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    Photo feature: Best batting and bowling of IPL 6

    • Riding on a blistering 60 off 32 deliveries from Kieron Pollard, Mumbai posted a competitive 148 for 9 before restricting Chennai to 125 for 9 in the IPL 6 final at Eden Gardens. (BCCI)

    • Though Virat Kohli (99) missed out on a deserving century but his heroics stole the show as RCB won a humdinger against Delhi Daredevils. (BCCI)

    • The West Indian spinner's mystery very much remained intact this IPL as well. Narine's 4 for 13 helped Kolkata Knight Riders bowl Delhi Daredevils for a meagre 128 at Kotla, which the host found tough to chase. (BCCI)

    • Amit Mishra came up with the most memorable bowling performances of IPL 6 against Pune Warriors India. Mishra's third IPL hat-trick, helped Hyderabad registered an 11-run victory against Pune. (BCCI)

    • Michael Hussey, who retired from international cricket earlier this year, was presented the Orange Cap for being the highest run-getter in this season, with 733 runs under his belt. (BCCI)

    • Chris Gayle's 175 off just 66 deliveries against Pune Warriors India was the highest T20 score in the history of the game. His devastating innings included 17 sixes. (BCCI)

    • Suresh Raina (100 not out off 53 balls) scored his maiden Indian Premier League century against Kings XI Punjab. Raina also crossed 2600-run mark in the Twenty20 tournament. (BCCI)

    • David Miller's (38-ball hundred) onslaught of 7 sixes and 8 boundaries single-handedly took Kings XI Punjab to a confortable win from what looked to be improbable at one stage against Royal Challengers Bangalore. (BCCI)

    • Shane Watson (101 off 61 balls against CSK) became first batsman to register a hundred in the IPL 6. (BCCI)

    • James Faulkner announced his arrival on the IPL stage with a five-for against Sunrisers Hyderabad at the Sawai Mansingh Stadium in Jaipur. (BCCI)

    • Young paceman Jaydev Unadkat took five wickets for just 25 runs as RCB restricted Delhi Daredevils to 179 for seven while defending 183. (BCCI)

    • Darren Sammy used his international experience up to the hilt taking 4 for 22 as Hyderabad comfortably won by 30 runs against Kings XI Punjab. (BCCI)

    • Chennai Super Kings' Mohit Sharma continued with his fine form as he claimed 3 for 10 as Delhi Daredevils were bowled out for 83, losing the match by 86 runs. (BCCI)