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Murali Vijay 127 - CSK vs RR 32nd Match IPL 2010 Highlights

Cricket Highlights - Murali Vijay 127 - CSK vs RR 32nd Match IPL 2010


Watch the highlights of Murali Vijay 127 - CSK vs RR 32nd Match IPL 2010 - Indian Premier League Twenty20 tournament of the 32nd T20 match played between Rajasthan Royals and Chennai Super Kings at Chepauk, Chennai in 03rd April 2010.

* Murali Vijay's century and Albie Morkel's fifty powered to Chennai Super Kings comprehensive 23-run victory over Rajasthan Royals, despite Naman Ojha - Shane Watson's assault in the high-scoring epic game of the 32nd match of a Indian Premier League.

* Chennai Super Kings' 246 was the highest score in Indian Premier League history, breaks their own record of 240 against Kings XI Punjab at Mohali in 2008.

* Rajasthan Royals' 223 was their highest score in Indian Premier League and the joint third highest total in IPL.

* 469 : This was the highest aggregate match in Indian Premier League history.

* Albie Morkel hammered a 26-ball fifth fastest fifty for Chennai Super Kings in Indian Premier League.

* Shane Watson equalled a 21-ball joint third fastest fifty in Indian Premier League.

* Murali Vijay hammered a 46-ball fourth fastest fifty in Indian Premier League and became the second Chennai Super Kings batsman to score 100 in IPL.

* 11 : Murali Vijay hit the most sixes in an innings for Chennai Super Kings in Indian Premier League history and the joint second in the list of most sixes in an innings in IPL.

CSK scored 246/5 (20 overs) with top scorer by Murali Vijay 127 (56) - which was his 1st IPL hundred and Albie Morkel 62 (34)

RR best bowler by Shane Watson 2/47 (4) and Shrikant Wagh 1/16 (1)

RR scored 223/5 (20 overs) with top scorer by Naman Ojha* 94 (55) and Shane Watson 60 (25)

CSK best bowler by Doug Bollinger 2/15 (4) and Albie Morkel 2/56 (4)

Murali Vijay named Player of the match for his sensational batting performance to scored a career-best 127-runs knocked off facing 56-balls including 11-sixes and 8-fours with strike rate of 226.78.

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