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Stats: Mumbai Indians ace second-highest IPL chase, as Kieron Pollard equals fast fifty for the franchise

Quinton de Kock and Rohit Sharma got Mumbai Indians' chase off to a rapid start BCCI/IPL

138 - Runs scored by the Mumbai Indians in the last ten overs, the most by any team in a successful IPL chase. Mumbai broke their own record of 133, set against the Kings XI Punjab in 2019. The 138 runs by Mumbai are also the third-most in the final ten overs of a successful T20 chase.

Trinbago Knight Riders scored 144 runs against St Lucia Stars in CPL 2018 when they needed 139 runs in the final ten, a week after being on the receiving end of a 139-run effort by Jamaica Tallawahs in Port of Spain.

219 - The target chased down by Mumbai, which is the second-highest successful chase in the history of the IPL. The highest chase is by the Rajasthan Royals against the Kings XI, when they chased down a 224-run target in Sharjah last year. Tonight's chase against the Super Kings was the first successful chase of a 200-plus target by Mumbai in the IPL across eight attempts.

0 - Quicker IPL fifties for Mumbai than the 17-ball effort by Kieron Pollard today. Pollard himself in 2016, Ishan Kishan in 2018 and Hardik Pandya in 2019 also had fifties off 17 balls for Mumbai previously, all against the Kolkata Knight Riders.

This was also the fastest fifty by any player in the IPL against the Super Kings. KL Rahul in 2019 in Mohali and Sanju Samson in 2020 in Sharjah had fifties in 19 balls against the Super Kings. The unbeaten 87 from Pollard is also his highest IPL score.

16 - Sixes hit by the Super Kings batters in this match, the most by any team in an IPL match against Mumbai. The previous most was 15, by the Knight Riders in 2019 in Kolkata. In reply tonight, Mumbai struck 14 maximums, the most by them in an IPL game against the Super Kings.

0 - Instances of more than one century partnership in an IPL innings before the Super Kings' innings tonight. Faf du Plessis and Moeen Ali added 108 runs for the second wicket, before Ambati Rayudu and Ravindra Jadeja shared an unbeaten 102-run stand for the fifth wicket.

218 for 4 - The Super Kings' total is their highest against Mumbai. Previously, 208 for 5 in Chepauk in 2008 was the only instance of the Super Kings posting 200+ against Mumbai in the IPL.

62 - Runs conceded by Lungi Ngidi in this game, the most by any player in an IPL match for the Super Kings. The previous most conceded by a CSK bowler in an IPL game was 58 by Mohit Sharma vs Sunrisers Hyderabad in 2015, and Sam Curran earlier this season against KKR.

56 - Runs conceded by Jasprit Bumrah, in four overs, in this match, which is the most by him in a T20. The previous most conceded by Bumrah was 55 against the Delhi Daredevils in Delhi in 2015.