They hit 41 boundaries in a 120-ball innings. These are the second-most by any team in an IPL innings
257 for 5 Lucknow Super Giants’ total against Punjab Kings is the second-highest in the history of IPL. The highest is 263 for 5 by Royal Challengers Bangalore against Pune Warriors in 2013.
41 Boundaries hit by Super Giants in their innings. These are the second-most by any team in an IPL innings. Royal Challengers hold this record as well, having struck 21 fours and 21 sixes during their 263 against Warriors. Super Giants hit 27 fours on Friday, the third-most by a team in an IPL innings.
15.5 Overs needed for Super Giants to reach 200. It is the joint-second-fastest 200 in the IPL. The quickest came off 14.1 overs by Royal Challengers against Kings XI Punjab during a 15-over game in 2016. RCB got to 200 in 15.5 overs during their record 263 in 2013.
54 Runs scored by Kyle Mayers, the joint-most by a batter during a powerplay in this year’s IPL.The West Indian has hit two of the four individual fifties scored inside the powerplay in the current season.
13.28 Economy rate of Punjab Kings’ pacers in this innings, the worst by a team’s pacers in an IPL innings (min: 75 balls bowled). They conceded 186 runs in the 14 overs while claiming four wickets. The previous worst was 13.18 by Rajasthan Royals against Mumbai Indians in 2014.
2 Number of overs in the Super Giants’ innings without a boundary. The first over by Gurnoor Brar fetched only two runs with KL Rahul playing four consecutive dots, while the ninth over bowled by Rahul Chahar yielded four singles.
12.33 Super Giants’ run-rate in the powerplay, their lowest of the three phases in this match. They scored 126 runs at 12.6 during the middle overs, following up the 74 in the powerplay and finished with 57 off the final four at 14.25.
20 Number of 200-plus team totals in this IPL, a new tournament record, surpassing the 18 set during the previous edition. Thirteen of these 20 200-plus totals this year have come while batting first, joint-highest alongside 2022.
Sampath Bandarupalli is a statistician at ESPNcricinfo
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