All Stats of Champions League T20

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The FIFTH Edition of the Champions League T20 is set to begin Today. Here is a few stats from previous 4 editions

CLT20 Winners
2009 : New South Wales
2010 : Chennai Super Kings
2011 : Mumbai Indians
2012 : Sydney Sixers

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Team Records in Champions League T20 :

Highest Team Total : 215/8 in 20 overs by Royal Challengers Bangalore vs South Australia, Oct 5, 2011

Lowest Team Total : 70/10 in 15.3 overs by Central Districts vs Wayamba, Sep 22, 2010

Highest Match aggregate : 429/10 in 40 overs, South Australia 214/2 (20 overs) vs Royal Challengers Bangalore 215/8 in 20 overs, Oct 5, 2011

Lowest Match aggregate : 194/11 in 28.5 overs, Yorkshire 96/9 (20 overs) vs Sydney Sixers 98/2 (8.2 overs), Oct 16, 2012

Biggest Win by Runs : 99 runs (Kolkata Knight Riders beat Titans, Oct 21, 2012)

Biggest win by Wickets remaining : 10 wickets (Sydney Sixers beat Lions, Oct 28, 2012)

Biggest win by balls remaining : 67 balls ( Sydney Sixers beat Yorkshire, Oct 16, 2012)

Narrowest win by Runs : 2 runs (Mumbai Indians beat Royal Challengers Bangalore, Sep 19, 2010)

Narrowest Win by Wicket remaining :
• 1 wicket, Somerset beat Deccan Chargers, Oct 10, 2009
• 1 Wicket, Mumbai Indians beat Trinidad and Tobago, Sep 26, 2011

Narrowest Win off Last Ball :
• Somerset beat Deccan Chargers, Oct 10, 2009
• Warriors beat Royal Challengers Bangalore, Sep 23, 2011
• Mumbai Indians beat Trinidad and Tobago, Sep 26, 2011
• Royal Challengers Bangalore beat South Australia, Oct 5, 2011
• Sydney Sixers Beat Titans, Oct 26, 2012

Tied Matches :
• Sussex (119 for 7 in 20 overs) and Eagles (119 for 4 in 20 overs) at Delhi, October 13, 2009. (Eagles won the Super Over 9-0)
• Chennai Super Kings (162 for 6 in 20 overs) and Victoria (162 all out in 20 overs) at Port Elizabeth, September 18, 2010. (Victoria won the Super Over 23-13)
• Trinidad & Tobago (139 for 6 in 20 overs) and New South Wales (139 for 8 in 20 overs) at Chennai, September 28, 2011. (New South Wales won the Super Over 18-15)

Individual Records in Champions League T20 :

Batting:

Most Runs (overall) :

• David Warner (Delhi Daredevils, New South Wales) : 556 Runs from 12 Innings
• Kieron Pollard (Mumbai Indians, Trinidad & Tobago) : 479 Runs from 19 Innings
• Virat Kohli (Royal Challengers Bangalore) : 424 Runs from 14 Innings
• Murali Vijay (Chennai Super Kings) : 414 Runs from 14 Innings
• Suresh Raina (Chennai Super Kings) : 387 Runs from 14 Innings

Most Runs in Single Tournament :

• 2009: JP Duminy (Cape Cobras) – 224 Runs from 5 Innings
• 2010: Murali Vijay (Chennai Super Kings) – 294 Runs from 6 Innings
• 2011: David Warner (New South Wales) -328 Runs from 5 Innings
• 2012: Micheal Lumb (Sydney Sixers) – 226 Runs from 6 Innings

Highest Score :

• David Warner – 135* (New South Wales vs Chennai Super Kings), Oct 4, 2011
• David Warner – 123* (New South Wales vs Royal Challengers Bangalore). Oct 7, 2011
• Daniel Harris – 108* (South Australia vs Royal Challengers Bangalore), Oct 5, 2011
• Andrew Puttick – 104* (Cape Cobras vs Otago), Oct 10, 2009
• JP Duminy – 99* (Cape Cobras vs Royal Challengers Bangalore), Oct 8, 2009

Most 50+ scores : Callum Ferguson (South Australia) – 4

Most 100+ scores : David Warner (New South Wales) – 2

Fastest 100 :
• David Warner (135 not out) in 58 balls for New South Wales vs Chennai Super Kings , October 4, 2011
• Daniel Harris (108 not out) in 58 balls for South Australia vs Royal Challengers Bangalore, October 5, 2011

Fastest 50 : Kieron Pollard (54*) in 18 balls for Trinidad & Tobago vs New South Wales – Oct 16, 2009

Slowest 100 : David Warner (123 not out) in 62 balls for New South Wales vs Royal Challengers Bangalore, October 7, 2011

Slowest 50 : Phil Hughes (62*) in 52 balls for New South Wales vs Sussex – Oct 9, 2009

Most career ducks by a batsman :

3 by Robert Quiney (Victoria), Herschelle Gibbs (Cape Cobras/Perth Scorchers) and Gautam Gambhir (Delhi Daredevils/Kolkata Knight Riders)
Most career sixes by a batsman: 38 by Kieron Pollard (Trinidad & Tobago/Mumbai Indians)
Most career fours by a batsman: 59 by David Warner (New South Wales/Delhi Daredevils)
Best partnership: 147 (first wicket) between Davy Jacobs and Ashwell Prince for Warriors vs Central Districts , September 18, 2010

Bowling :

Most Wickets :
• SL Malinga (Mumbai Indians) : 24 wickets from 12 Innings
• MC Henriques (New South Wales, Sydney Sixers) : 22 wickets from 15 Innings
• DE Bollinger (Chennai Super Kings, New South Wales) : 22 wickets from 20 Innings

Best Bowling Figure in an Innings :

• Shaun Tait : 5/32 for South Australia vs Royal Challengers Bangalore, Oct 5, 2012
• SL Malinga : 5/32 for Mumbai Indians vs Chennai Super Kings, Oct 20, 2012

Most Wickets in a Tournament :
• 2009: 12 wickets by DJ Bravo (Trinidad and Tobago)
• 2010: 13 wickets by R Ashwin (Chennai Super Kings)
• 2011: 12 wickets by R Rampaul (Trinidad and Tobago)
• 2012: 14 wickets by MA Starc (Sydney Sixers)

Most economical bowling in a match :
• 1.75 R Herath 4-0-7-2 (Wayamba vs Central Districts)
• 1.75 C Morris 4-0-7-2 (Lions vs Delhi Daredevils)

Hat-tricks :
• Isuru Udana (3 for 22) for Wayamba vs Central Districts, Sep 22, 2010

Individual Fielding Records :

Most dismissals by a wicket keeper : 18 (10 catches + 8 stumpings) by MS Dhoni (Chennai Super Kings)

Most catches by a fielder : 10 by Virat Kohli (Royal Challengers Bangalore)

Individual Records :

Most matches : 20 by Kieron Pollard (Trinidad & Tobao/Mumbai Indians), Doug Bollinger (New South Wales/Chennai Super Kings) and Dirk Nannes (Delhi Daredevils, Victoria, Royal Challengers Bangalore, Lions)

Most matches as captain : 13 by MS Dhoni (Chennai Super Kings)

Youngest player in a match : 18 years, 139 days – Patrick Cummins for New South Wales vs Royal Challengers Bangalore at Bangalore, September 24, 2011

Oldest player in a match : 41 years, 260 days – Brad Hogg for Perth Scorchers vs Auckland at Centurion, October 23, 2012.

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