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Stats Analysis

Stats - Mumbai's second biggest win, Royals' lowest total since 2011

All the stats and numbers from Mumbai Indians' massive win in Sharjah.

70 Balls remaining when Mumbai Indians reached the target, the fifth-biggest win-margin for any team in the IPL in terms of balls to spare. This is also the second biggest win for Mumbai, behind their 87-ball victory against Kolkata Knight Riders in 2008, while chasing a target of 68.
1 Bigger defeat in terms of balls remaining for Rajasthan Royals than this game. They had lost to the Kochi Tuskers Kerala with 76 balls remaining in 2011. They thus become the first team in the IPL to lose with ten or more overs to spare more than once, while Mumbai are the the first side with two such wins.
90 for 9 The Royals' total is the second-lowest in the IPL for any team after playing out 20 overs. The lowest is 84 for 8 by Kolkata Knight Riders during IPL 2020 last year, against Royal Challengers Bangalore.
3 Royals' total of 90 for nine is their third lowest in the IPL and their first sub-100 total since 2011. Their lowest is 58 all-out against the Royal Challengers in 2009, followed by 81 all-out against the Knight Riders in 2011.
33 Runs scored by Royals during the middle overs phase (7-16) of their innings, the second-fewest by any team in an IPL innings (minimum: 60 balls). The lowest is 32 runs by Kings XI Punjab against Chennai Super Kings in 2009.
12 Runs conceded by Jimmy Neesham in his four overs, the fewest by him in a T20 game (Minimum: 24 balls). Neesham's 12 runs are also the fewest conceded in four overs by a Mumbai Indians player in the IPL since Harbhajan Singh's 11 runs against Delhi Daredevils in 2015.
18 Dot balls by Jasprit Bumrah in this game, the most for a Mumbai Indians' bowler in an IPL innings. There have been eight previous instances of 17 dots by a bowler for Mumbai, with Bumrah having the most recent too, against Delhi Capitals in 2020.
400 Sixes hit by Rohit Sharma in all Twenty20 games. He is the first Indian and only the seventh player to hit 400 sixes in this format. Rohit has hit 227 of those 400 sixes in the IPL itself, the third-most by a player.
4 for 14 Nathan Coulter-Nile's bowling figures in this game are his best in the IPL and second-best returns in all T20s. His best T20 figures came during the previous edition of the BBL against Brisbane Heat, where he returned 4 for 10.
87 Approximate win-margin in runs needed for Mumbai Indians in their last league match to qualify for the playoffs, if Kolkata Knight Riders' win against Royals by a one-run margin or chase down the target at the very end. It will get tough for Mumbai if Knight Riders win any more comfortably. Mumbai will go through irrespective of the net run rate if they win against Sunrisers Hyderabad and Knight Riders lose to Royals.

Sampath Bandarupalli is a statistician at ESPNcricinfo