IPL 2012 in numbers
IPL 2012 synopsized in numbers:
The IPL 2012 recorded a total of 22,453 runs, out of which 53.57% constituted from the boundaries.
The first four editions of the Indian Premier League observed the pre-eminence of the batsmen, but in 2012, bowlers played a central role to their team's performance. Out of the 857 wickets, the pacers accounted for 61.96%  of total wickets.
1,891 fours and 629 sixes were recorded throughout the tournament. Delhi Daredevils scored the most number of runs from boundaries; piling 1510 runs helped by 232 fours, and 97 sixes.
In 2012, the majority of the captains underlined the preponderance of teams chasing down the total, recording 54.05% win percentage.
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The RCB trivia
- Chris Gayle was at his imperial best, amassing 733 runs at a staggering average of 61.08, garnered by 7 half-centuries and a ton from 14 innings.
- In 2012, the Gayle-Kohli-ABD triad contributed 57.28%  of the team runs throughout the competition.
- 186 fours and 117 sixes - Out of the 2472 runs scored by RCB, 58.49% constituted from the boundaries. The franchise also scored the most number of sixes  in the tournament.
- In 2012, M.Chinnaswamy Stadium witnessed a total aggregate of 2312 runs from 7 matches.
- With 146 dot balls, Zaheer Khan bowled the most number of dot balls for RCB.