This was the first time that the DC vs GT match was held in the newly-built Narendra Modi Stadium in Ahmedabad, which has a seating capacity of 132,000 spectators.

The match was played on April 4th, which coincidentally happens to be the birthday of Delhi Capitals' coach, Ricky Ponting.

Prithvi Shaw's 38 off 17 balls in the first innings was the fastest fifty by any Delhi Capitals batsman in IPL history.

This was the first time that DC and GT faced each other in the IPL playoffs.

Amit Mishra, the DC spinner, became the first bowler in IPL history to take 50 wickets against a single team

Shreyas Iyer, the DC captain, was playing his 100th IPL match in this game.

Anrich Nortje's 3-wicket haul in the second innings was his second 3-wicket haul in this IPL season.

Jaydev Unadkat, the GT left-arm pacer, bowled the most expensive over of this IPL season, conceding 26 runs in the 20th over of the DC innings.

This was the first time that Delhi Capitals scored 200+ runs in an IPL playoff match.

Gujarat Titans' opening pair of Wriddhiman Saha and Shubman Gill had scored a total of 1226 runs in the 2023 IPL season before this match.

The DC vs GT match was broadcast in 120 countries worldwide, making it one of the most-watched IPL matches of the season.

DC's Shimron Hetmyer hit the longest six of the match, with the ball travelling 112 meters before landing outside the stadium.

The match was briefly interrupted by a swarm of bees that entered the stadium and settled on the pitch.

Delhi Capitals' Prithvi Shaw was named the Player of the Match for his blistering innings at the top of the order.

This was the first time that the IPL playoffs featured a 'Super Over' tiebreaker, which was introduced to break the deadlock in case of a tied match.