V Kohli is all set to score “One thousand runs through boundary fours” in the history of Twenty20 games on a single ground – Bengaluru

V Kohli is all set to score “One thousand runs through boundary fours” In the history of Twenty20 games on a single ground.   He has scored 249 boundary fours prior to the start of T20I between India and South Africa at Bengaluru played today and one more boundary four would give him the coveted distinction of scoring one thousand runs through boundary fours at Bengaluru. He would then become the first batsman in the history of Twenty20 games {Note – Twenty20 games include T20I and also IPL games}

V  Kohli has scored 19 half-centuries at Bangalore and requires one more for his 20 half-centuries. If he scores it, he would then become the first batsman in the history of Twenty20 games to score 20 half-centuries on a single ground – Bengaluru

V Kohli and CH Gayle are the two batsmen to score three centuries on a single ground. Both have scored three centuries at Bangalore which are listed below. One more century for V Kohli would give him his fourth century at Bengaluru and with it the record for most centuries on a single ground.

No Player Runs Team Opposition Ground Match Date
1 CH Gayle 107 RCB v Punjab Bengaluru 06 May 2011
2 CH Gayle 175* RCB v Pune Bengaluru 23 Apr 2013
3 CH Gayle 117 RCB v Punjab Bengaluru 06 May 2015
             
1 V Kohli 108* RCB v Supergiants Bengaluru 07 May 2016
2 V Kohli 109 RCB v Gujarat Bengaluru 14 May 2016
3 V Kohli 113 RCB v Punjab Bengaluru 18 May 2016

Approaching milestones ahead of the third Twenty20 International between India and South Africa at Bangalore on 22.09.19

This game would be the 98th T20I for RG Sharma. He would become the fourth cricketer in the history of T20Is to play 98 plus T20Is. Others are – Shoaib Malik {111}, Shahid Afridi {99} and MS Dhoni [98}

RG Sharma would share the record for most capped Indian Cricketer in T20Is with MS Dhoni. MS Dhoni has played 98 T20Is

RG Sharma requires eight more runs to become the highest run-getter in T20Is. He has an aggregate of 2434 runs. Eight more runs would fetch him 2442 runs. He would go past V Kohli who has an aggregate of 2441 runs.

Bangalore would be hosting its seventh T20I. It would become the seventh ground globally to host exact seven T20Is. Other six grounds which have hosted seven T20Is are

No Ground City Span Mat
1 Old Trafford Manchester 2008-2018 7
2 Providence Stadium Guyana 2010-2019 7
3 Eden Gardens Kolkata 2011-2018 7
4 Sooriyawewa Hambantota 2012-2013 7
5 Kyambogo Cricket Oval Kampala 2019-2019 7
6 College Field St Peter Port 2019-2019 7

Bangalore would become the second ground on Indian soil to host exact seven T20Is after Kolkata. Eden Gardens has hosted exact seven T20Is

Jamta, Nagpur [11}, HPCA Stadium, Dharamsala (08} are the other two grounds to host more than seven T20Is on Indian soil.

Bangalore would be hosting its 48th International game when it hosts today’s third T20I game between India and South Africa

V Kohli would become the most capped T20I Cricketer in Bangalore. He would be playing his fifth T20I game. MS Dhoni has played four T20Is at Bangalore.

V Kohli needs 33 more runs to become the highest run getter at Bangalore. V Kohli has scored 107 runs at Bangalore. 33 more runs would get him 140 runs. He would go past GJ Maxwell’s 139 runs.

V Kohli needs four more runs to become the highest run getter for India at Bangalore. V Kohli has scored 107 runs at Bangalore. Four more runs would get him 110 runs. He would go past MS Dhoni’s 109 runs.

V Kohli would be leading India for the third occasion in T20Is at Bangalore. Others to lead their teams on two occasions in T20Is at Bangalore are – Mashrafe Murtaza and MS Dhoni

Wicket keeper batsman’s fifty in a losing cause in the history of Twenty20 Internationals.

Q de Kock’s 52 against India at Mohali T20I on 18.09.19 was in a losing cause to provide the 33rd occasion of a wicketkeeper batsman’s fifty going in vain in the history of Twenty20 Internationals. All such occasions are tabulated below

No Player Runs Inns Team Oppn Ground Start Date
1 TM Dilshan 61 1 Srl Ind Col-RPS 10 Feb 2009
2 BB McCullum 61 2 NZl Aus Sydney 15 Feb 2009
3 KC Sangakkara 64* 1 Srl Pak Lord’s 21 Jun 2009
4 KC Sangakkara 69 2 Srl NZl Col-RPS 04 Sep 2009
5 KC Sangakkara 59 1 Srl Ind Mohali 12 Dec 2009
6 NJ O’Brien 50 2 Ire Can Col-SSC 03 Feb 2010
7 A Bagai 53 1 Can Afg Col-SSC 04 Feb 2010
8 Kamran Akmal 64 2 Pak Aus Melbourne 05 Feb 2010
9 Kamran Akmal 50 1 Pak Aus Gros Islet 14 May 2010
10 Mohd Shahzad 77 1 Afg Ire Dubai (DSC 24 Mar 2012
11 JC Buttler 54 2 Eng NZl Hamilton 12 Feb 2013
12 KC Sangakkara 59* 2 Srl RSA Col-RPS 02 Aug 2013
13 Mushfiqur Rahim 50 2 Ban NZl Dhaka 06 Nov 2013
14 A Bagai 67* 2 Can Ire Abu Dhabi 16 Nov 2013
15 W Barresi 70* 2 Net Sco ICCA Dubai 22 Nov 2013
16 D Ramdin 55* 1 Win NZl Wellington 15 Jan 2014
17 JC Buttler 67 1 Eng Win Bridgetown 11 Mar 2014
18 BRM Taylor 59 1 Zim Ire Sylhet 17 Mar 2014
19 ADS Fletcher 57 2 Win Srl Pallekele 09 Nov 2015
20 JC Buttler 54 1 Eng RSA Johannesburg 21 Feb 2016
21 Sarfaraz Ahmed 58* 1 Pak Ban Dhaka 02 Mar 2016
22 JJ Atkinson 53 2 HKF Zim Nagpur 08 Mar 2016
23 Q de Kock 52 1 RSA Eng Mumbai 18 Mar 2016
24 GC Wilson 59 2 Ire Afg Greater Noida 12 Mar 2017
25 Mushfiqur Rahim 66* 1 Ban Srl Dhaka 15 Feb 2018
26 MS Dhoni 52* 1 Ind RSA Centurion 21 Feb 2018
27 Mushfiqur Rahim 72* 2 Ban Ind Col-RPS 14 Mar 2018
28 MDKJ Perera 61 1 Srl Ban Col-RPS 16 Mar 2018
29 JC Buttler 69 1 Eng Ind Manchester 03 Jul 2018
30 Imran Ali Butt 53 1 Bah Kuw Al Amerat 23 Jan 2019
31 TP Visee 78 1 Net Ire Al Amerat 17 Feb 2019
32 K Motlhanka 59 2 Bots Nam Windhoek 20 Aug 2019
33 Q de Kock 52 1 RSA Ind Mohali 18 Sep 2019

It also provides the fifth occasion of a wicketkeeper batsman’s fifty going in vain against India in the history of Twenty20 Internationals. All such occasions are tabulated below

No Player Runs Inns Team Oppn Ground Start Date
1 TM Dilshan 61 1 Srl Ind Col-RPS 10 Feb 2009
2 KC Sangakkara 59 1 Srl Ind Mohali 12 Dec 2009
3 Mushfiqur Rahim 72* 2 Ban Ind Col-RPS 14 Mar 2018
4 JC Buttler 69 1 Eng Ind Manchester 03 Jul 2018
5 Q de Kock 52 1 RSA Ind Mohali 18 Sep 2019

KC Sangakkara {04}. JC Buttler {04}. Mushfiqur Rahim {03}, A Bagai {02}, Kamran Akmal {02} and Q de Kock {02} are the six wicket keeper batsmen to witness their fifties going in vain on two or more occasions. The last named Q de Kock is the latest entrant into this list.

No No Player Runs Inns Team Oppn Ground Start Date
1 1 KC Sangakkara 64* 1 Srl Pak Lord’s 21 Jun 2009
  2 KC Sangakkara 69 2 Srl NZl Col-RPS 04 Sep 2009
  3 KC Sangakkara 59 1 Srl Ind Mohali 12 Dec 2009
  4 KC Sangakkara 59* 2 Srl RSA Col-RPS 02 Aug 2013
                 
2 1 JC Buttler 54 2 Eng NZl Hamilton 12 Feb 2013
  2 JC Buttler 67 1 Eng Win Bridgetown 11 Mar 2014
  3 JC Buttler 54 1 Eng RSA Johannesburg 21 Feb 2016
  4 JC Buttler 69 1 Eng Ind Manchester 03 Jul 2018
                 
3 1 Mushfiqur Rahim 50 2 Ban NZl Dhaka 06 Nov 2013
  2 Mushfiqur Rahim 66* 1 Ban Srl Dhaka 15 Feb 2018
  3 Mushfiqur Rahim 72* 2 Ban Ind Col-RPS 14 Mar 2018
                 
4 1 A Bagai 53 1 Can Afg Col-SSC 04 Feb 2010
  2 A Bagai 67* 2 Can Ire Abu Dhabi 16 Nov 2013
                 
5 1 Kamran Akmal 64 2 Pak Aus Melbourne 05 Feb 2010
  2 Kamran Akmal 50 1 Pak Aus Gros Islet 14 May 2010
                 
6 1 Q de Kock 52 1 RSA Eng Mumbai 18 Mar 2016
  2 Q de Kock 52 1 RSA Ind Mohali 18 Sep 2019

Captain wicketkeeper’s fifty in a losing cause in the history of Twenty20 Internationals.

Q de Kock’s 52 against India at Mohali T20I on 18.09.19 was in a losing cause to provide the tenth occasion of a captain wicketkeeper’s fifty going in vain in the history of Twenty20 Internationals. All such occasions are tabulated below

No Player Runs Inns Team Oppn Ground Start Date
1 TM Dilshan 61 1 Srl Ind Col-RPS 10 Feb 2009
2 KC Sangakkara 64* 1 Srl Pak Lord’s 21 Jun 2009
3 KC Sangakkara 69 2 Srl NZl Col-RPS 04 Sep 2009
4 KC Sangakkara 59 1 Srl Ind Mohali 12 Dec 2009
5 A Bagai 53 1 Can Afg Col-SSC 04 Feb 2010
6 Mushfiqur Rahim 50 2 Ban NZl Dhaka 06 Nov 2013
7 A Bagai 67* 2 Can Ire Abu Dhabi 16 Nov 2013
8 BRM Taylor 59 1 Zim Ire Sylhet 17 Mar 2014
9 K Motlhanka 59 2 Bots Nam Windhoek 20 Aug 2019
10 Q de Kock 52 1 RSA Ind Mohali 18 Sep 2019

It als provides the third occasion of a captain wicket keeper’s fifty in a losing cause  against India in Twenty20 Internationals. All such occasions are tabulated below

No Player Runs Inns Team Oppn Ground Start Date
1 TM Dilshan 61 1 Srl Ind Col-RPS 10 Feb 2009
2 KC Sangakkara 59 1 Srl Ind Mohali 12 Dec 2009
3 Q de Kock 52 1 RSA Ind Mohali 18 Sep 2019

Col-RPS and Mohali are the two grounds to witness captain wicket keeper’s fifty in a losing cause on two occasions. It is interesting to note that KC Sangakkara of Sri Lanka has witnessed his fifty going in vain on both the grounds.

No Player Runs Inns Team Oppn Ground Start Date
1 TM Dilshan 61 1 Srl Ind Col-RPS 10 Feb 2009
2 KC Sangakkara 69 2 Srl NZl Col-RPS 04 Sep 2009
               
1 KC Sangakkara 59 1 Srl Ind Mohali 12 Dec 2009
2 Q de Kock 52 1 RSA Ind Mohali 18 Sep 2019

V Kohli owns the record for most half-centuries in a team’s win in the history of Twenty20 Internationals

V Kohli’s 72 not out against South Africa at Mohali on 18.09.19 represents his 16th half-century in India’s wins in T20Is. He now owns the record for most half-centuries in a team’s win in the history of Twenty20 Internationals

No Runs Inns Opposition Ground Start Date
1 68 1 v Sri Lanka Pallekele 07 Aug 2012
2 50 1 v Afghanistan Colombo (RPS) 19 Sep 2012
3 78* 2 v Pakistan Colombo (RPS) 30 Sep 2012
4 54 2 v West Indies Dhaka 23 Mar 2014
5 57* 2 v Bangladesh Dhaka 28 Mar 2014
6 72* 2 v South Africa Dhaka 04 Apr 2014
7 90* 1 v Australia Adelaide 26 Jan 2016
8 59* 1 v Australia Melbourne 29 Jan 2016
9 50 2 v Australia Sydney 31 Jan 2016
10 56* 2 v Sri Lanka Dhaka 01 Mar 2016
11 55* 2 v Pakistan Kolkata 19 Mar 2016
12 82* 2 v Australia Mohali 27 Mar 2016
13 82 2 v Sri Lanka Colombo (RPS) 06 Sep 2017
14 61* 2 v Australia Sydney 25 Nov 2018
15 59 2 v West Indies Providence 06 Aug 2019
16 72* 2 v South Africa Mohali 18 Sep 2019

V Kohli owns the record for most run aggregate and most boundary fours in the history of Twenty20 Internationals.

V Kohli is now the highest run-getter in the history of Twenty20 Internationals. At the end of the second T20I against South Africa at Mohali on 18.09.19, his run aggregate read 2441. He went past RG Sharma’s run aggregate of 2434. The following table lists the five batsmen who have aggregated 2000 plus runs in the history of T20 International. V Kohli’s aggregate of 235 boundary fours is also a record in the history of T20Is. RG Sharma is close behind with 215 boundary fours to his credit.

No Player Team Mat Inns NO Runs HS Ave C HC 0 4s 6s
1 V Kohli Ind 71 66 18 2441 90* 50.85 0 22 2 235 058
2 RG Sharma Ind 97 89 14 2434 118 32.45 4 17 6 215 109
3 MJ Guptill NZl 78 75 7 2283 105 33.57 2 14 2 201 103
4 Shoaib Malik Pak 111 104 30 2263 75 30.58 0 7 1 186 061
5 BB McCullum NZl 71 70 10 2140 123 35.66 2 13 3 199 091

Indian and South African skippers scoring fifties in Twenty20 Internationals

V Kohli scored 72 not out against South Africa in the second T20I at Mohali on 18.09.19 to provide the twelfth occasion of an Indian captain scoring a fifty in T20 Internationals. All such occasions are tabulated below

INDIAN CAPTAINS

No Player Runs Inns Opposition Ground Start Date
1 SK Raina 72* 2 v Zimbabwe Harare 13 Jun 2010
2 V Kohli 82 2 v Sri Lanka Colombo (RPS) 06 Sep 2017
3 V Kohli 65 2 v New Zealand Rajkot 04 Nov 2017
4 RG Sharma 118 1 v Sri Lanka Indore 22 Dec 2017
5 RG Sharma 89 1 v Bangladesh Colombo (RPS) 14 Mar 2018
6 RG Sharma 56 2 v Bangladesh Colombo (RPS) 18 Mar 2018
7 RG Sharma 111* 1 v West Indies Lucknow 06 Nov 2018
8 V Kohli 61* 2 v Australia Sydney 25 Nov 2018
9 RG Sharma 50 2 v New Zealand Auckland 08 Feb 2019
10 V Kohli 72* 1 v Australia Bengaluru 27 Feb 2019
11 V Kohli 59 2 v West Indies Providence 06 Aug 2019
12 V Kohli 72* 2 v South Africa Mohali 18 Sep 2019

Q de Kock scored 52 against India in the second T20I at Mohali on 18.09.19 to provide the 18th occasion of a South African captain scoring a fifty in T20 Internationals. All such occasions are tabulated below

SOUTH AFRICAN CAPTAINS

No Player Runs Inns Opposition Ground Start Date
1 GC Smith 61 1 v New Zealand Johannesburg 21 Oct 2005
2 GC Smith 89* 1 v Australia Johannesburg 24 Feb 2006
3 GC Smith 71* 2 v Pakistan Johannesburg 02 Feb 2007
4 GC Smith 88 1 v England Centurion 15 Nov 2009
5 F du Plessis 63 1 v New Zealand East London 23 Dec 2012
6 F du Plessis 85 1 v Sri Lanka Hambantota 06 Aug 2013
7 F du Plessis 58* 1 v Pakistan Dubai (DSC) 15 Nov 2013
8 AB de Villiers 69* 1 v England Chattogram 29 Mar 2014
9 F du Plessis 58 1 v India Dhaka 04 Apr 2014
10 F du Plessis 119 1 v West Indies Johannesburg 11 Jan 2015
11 F du Plessis 79* 1 v Bangladesh Dhaka 05 Jul 2015
12 F du Plessis 79 1 v Australia Johannesburg 06 Mar 2016
13 AB de Villiers 65* 1 v England Southampton 21 Jun 2017
14 JP Duminy 64* 2 v India Centurion 21 Feb 2018
15 JP Duminy 55 2 v India Cape Town 24 Feb 2018
16 F du Plessis 78 1 v Pakistan Cape Town 01 Feb 2019
17 DA Miller 65* 1 v Pakistan Johannesburg 03 Feb 2019
18 Q de Kock 52 1 v India Mohali 18 Sep 2019

Q de Kock becomes the second cricketer to score a fifty on debut as captain wicket-keeper cum opening batsman

Q de Kock of South Africa became the eleventh captain wicketkeeper cum opening batsman in the history of Twenty20 International. He led South Africa in the triple role against India at Mohali on 18.09.19. The following table furnishes the scores these eleven cricketers made on their debut as captain wicketkeeper cum opening batsmen

No Player Runs Inns Team Opposition Ground Start Date
1 AC Gilchrist 31* 2 Aus v Sri Lanka Cape Town 20 Sep 2007
2 BB McCullum 9 2 NZl v England Auckland 05 Feb 2008
3 TM Dilshan 61 1 Srl v India Colombo (RPS) 10 Feb 2009
4 BJ Haddin 15 1 Aus v New Zealand Sydney 15 Feb 2009
5 LD Chandimal 21 1 Srl v South Africa Delhi 28 Mar 2016
6 K Motlhanka 16 2 Bots v Namibia Windhoek 19 Aug 2019
7 R Ulutuna 1 1 Tky v Luxembourg Ilfov County 29 Aug 2019
8 H Helva 0 2 Tky v Czech Rep. Ilfov County 30 Aug 2019
9 HS Alta 0 1 Tky v Austria Ilfov County 31 Aug 2019
10 Arsalan Arif 26* 2 Aut v Turkey Ilfov County 31 Aug 2019
11 Q de Kock 52 1 RSA v India Mohali 18 Sep 2019

Q de Kock scored 52 on his debut as captain wicket keeper cum opening batsman against India at Mohali on 18.09.19 to become the second captain wicketkeeper cum opening batsman in the history of Twenty20 Internationals to score a fifty. Prior to this, TM Dilshan of Sri Lanka had scored 61 against India at Col-RPS on 10.02.09

No Player Runs Inns Team Oppn Ground Start Date
1 TM Dilshan 61 1 Srl Ind Colombo (RPS) 10 Feb 2009
2 Q de Kock 52 1 RSA Ind Mohali 18 Sep 2019

Q de Kock scored 52 as captain wicket keeper cum opening batsman against India at Mohali on 18.09.19 to become the third captain wicketkeeper cum opening batsman in the history of Twenty20 Internationals. The following table lists these three cricketers.

No Player Runs Inns Team Oppn Ground Start Date
1 TM Dilshan 61 1 Srl Ind Colombo (RPS) 10 Feb 2009
2 K Motlhanka 59 2 Bots Nam Windhoek 20 Aug 2019
3 Q de Kock 52 1 RSA Ind Mohali 18 Sep 2019

Q de Kock becomes the second cricketer to score a fifty on debut as a captain cum wicket-keeper

Q de Kock of South Africa became the 29th captain cum wicketkeeper in the history of Twenty20 International. He led South Africa in the dual role against India at Mohali on 18.09.19. The following table furnishes the scores these 29 cricketers made on their debut as captain cum wicketkeepers

No Player Runs Inns Team Opposition Ground Start Date
1 MS Dhoni TDNB Ind v Scotland Durban 13 Sep 2007
2 AC Gilchrist 31* 2 Aus v Sri Lanka Cape Town 20 Sep 2007
3 BB McCullum 9 2 NZl v England Auckland 05 Feb 2008
4 J Smits DNB 1 Net v Kenya Belfast 02 Aug 2008
5 TM Dilshan 0 1 Srl v Pakistan King City (NW) 11 Oct 2008
6 BJ Haddin 15 1 Aus v New Zealand Sydney 15 Feb 2009
7 D Ramdin DNB 2 Win v England Port of Spain 15 Mar 2009
8 KC Sangakkara 55* 2 Srl v Australia Nottingham 08 Jun 2009
9 MA Ouma DNB 2 Ken v Scotland Nairobi (Gym) 01 Feb 2010
10 A Bagai 42 1 Can v Ireland Colombo (SSC) 03 Feb 2010
11 Mushfiqur Rahim 41* 2 Ban v West Indies Dhaka 11 Oct 2011
12 AB de Villiers 39* 2 RSA v New Zealand Hamilton 19 Feb 2012
13 BRM Taylor 0 2 Zim v Sri Lanka Hambantota 18 Sep 2012
14 LD Chandimal 9 1 Srl v Bangladesh Pallekele 31 Mar 2013
15 JJ Atkinson 6 2 HKG v Nepal Chattogram 16 Mar 2014
16 JNT Vare 5 2 PNG v Ireland Belfast 15 Jul 2015
17 Sultan Ahmed 15 1 Oman v Afghanistan Dublin 25 Jul 2015
18 JC Buttler 33 1 Eng v Pakistan Dubai (DSC) 27 Nov 2015
19 Sarfaraz Ahmed DNB 2 Pak v England Manchester 07 Sep 2016
20 GC Wilson 15 2 Ire v India Dublin (Malahide) 29 Jun 2018
21 C Prasad 3* 1 CRC v Panama Naucalpan 25 Apr 2019
22 KJ Young 6 2 Blz v Mexico Naucalpan 25 Apr 2019
23 K Motlhanka 4 2 Bots v Uganda Kampala 20 May 2019
24 R Ulutuna 1 1 Tky v Luxembourg Ilfov County 29 Aug 2019
25 H Helva 0 2 Tky v Czech Rep. Ilfov County 30 Aug 2019
26 Razmal Shigiwal DNB 2 Aut v Czech Rep. Ilfov County 30 Aug 2019
27 Arsalan Arif 26* 2 Aut v Turkey Ilfov County 31 Aug 2019
28 HS Alta 0 1 Tky v Austria Ilfov County 31 Aug 2019
29 Q de Kock 52 1 RSA v India Mohali 18 Sep 2019

Q de Kock scored 52 on his debut as captain cum wicket keeper against India at Mohali on 18.09.19 to become the second captain cum wicketkeeper in the history of Twenty20 Internationals to score a fifty. Prior to this, KC Sangakkara of Sri Lanka had scored  55 not out against Australia  at Nottingham on 08.06.09

No Player Runs Inns Team Oppn Ground Start Date
1 KC Sangakkara 55* 2 Srl Aus Nottingham 08 Jun 2009
2 Q de Kock 52 1 RSA Ind Mohali 18 Sep 2019

Rival captains scoring fifties in a Twenty20 International.

Q de Kock of South Africa {52} and V Kohli of India {72*} scored fifties  in the just concluded T20I at Mohali on  18.09.19 to provide the eighth occasion of rival captains scoring fifties in a Twenty20 International. All such occasions are tabulated below.

No No Player Runs Inns Team Oppn Ground Start Date
1 1 MR Swart 89 1 Net Ken Windhoek 19 Apr 2013
  2 CO Obuya 75* 2 Ken Net Windhoek 19 Apr 2013
                 
2 1 PW Borren 57 1 Net Sco Edinburgh 11 Jul 2015
  2 PL Mommsen 68* 2 Scp Net Edinburgh 11 Jul 2015
                 
3 1 EJG Morgan 74 1 Eng Aus Cardiff 31 Aug 2015
  2 SPD Smith 90 2 Aus Eng Cardiff 31 Aug 2015
                 
4 1 Amjad Javed 76 1 UAE Sco ICCA Dubai 04 Feb 2016
  2 PL Mommsen 56 2 Sco UAE ICCA Dubai 04 Feb 2016
                 
5 1 PR Stirling 56 1 Ire Sco Al Amerat 15 Feb 2019
  2 KJ Coetzer 74 2 Sco Ire Al Amerat 15 Feb 2019
                 
6 1 MG Erasmus 56 1 Nam Bots Windhoek 20 Aug 2019
  2 K Motlhanka 59 2 Bots Nam Windhoek 20 Aug 2019
                 
7 1 KJ Coetzer 89 1 Sco Net Dublin (M) 16 Sep 2019
  2 PM Seelaar 96* 2 Net Sco Dublin (M) 16 Sep 2019
                 
8 1 Q de Kock 52 1 RSA Ind Mohali 18 Sep 2019
  2 V Kohli 72* 2 Ind RSA Mohali 18 Sep 2019

It also provides the second occasion of rival captains scoring fifties in a Twenty20I – the teams being Test playing nations.

No No Player Runs Inns Team Oppn Ground Start Date
1 1 EJG Morgan 74 1 Eng Aus Cardiff 31 Aug 2015
  2 SPD Smith 90 2 Aus Eng Cardiff 31 Aug 2015
                 
2 1 Q de Kock 52 1 RSA Ind Mohali 18 Sep 2019
  2 V Kohli 72* 2 Ind RSA Mohali 18 Sep 2019

It is interesting to note that out of these eight occasions, four of these have come in the calendar year 2019 between 15 February and 18 September

No No Player Runs Inns Team Oppn Ground Start Date
1 1 PR Stirling 56 1 Ire Sco Al Amerat 15 Feb 2019
  2 KJ Coetzer 74 2 Sco Ire Al Amerat 15 Feb 2019
                 
2 1 MG Erasmus 56 1 Nam Bots Windhoek 20 Aug 2019
  2 K Motlhanka 59 2 Bots Nam Windhoek 20 Aug 2019
                 
3 1 KJ Coetzer 89 1 Sco Net Dublin (M) 16 Sep 2019
  2 PM Seelaar 96* 2 Net Sco Dublin (M) 16 Sep 2019
                 
4 1 Q de Kock 52 1 RSA Ind Mohali 18 Sep 2019
  2 V Kohli 72* 2 Ind RSA Mohali 18 Sep 2019
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