KA Maharaj of South Africa joins the elite club of bowlers who have captured nine wickets in a test innings

KA Maharaj of South Africa captured nine wickets  conceding 129 runs against Sri Lanka in the ongoing test at Col-SSC to  provide the seventeenth occasion of a bowler capturing nine wickets in a test innings in the annals of test cricket. He became the sixteenth bowler to accomplish the feat. All such occasions are listed below.

No Player Overs M Runs W Inns Team Oppn Ground Start Date
1 GA Lohmann 14.2×5 6 28 9 2 Eng SAF Johannesburg 02 Mar 1896
2 SF Barnes 38.4 7 103 9 3 Eng SAF Johannesburg 26 Dec 1913
3 AA Mailey 47.0 8 121 9 3 Aus Eng Melbourne 11 Feb 1921
4 JC Laker 16.4 4 37 9 2 Eng Aus Manchester 26 Jul 1956
5 HJ Tayfield 37.0 11 113 9 4 SAF Eng Johannesburg 15 Feb 1957
6 SP Gupte 34.3 11 102 9 1 Ind Win Kanpur 12 Dec 1958
7 JM Patel 35.5 16 69 9 2 Ind Aus Kanpur 19 Dec 1959
8 JM Noreiga 49.4 16 95 9 2 Win Ind Port of Spain 06 Mar 1971
9 Sarfraz Nawaz 35.4×8 7 86 9 4 Pak Aus Melbourne 10 Mar 1979
10 N Kapil Dev 30.3 6 83 9 3 Ind Win Ahmedabad 12 Nov 1983
11 RJ Hadlee 23.4 4 52 9 1 NZl Aus Brisbane 08 Nov 1985
12 Abdul Qadir 37.0 13 56 9 1 Pak Eng Lahore 25 Nov 1987
13 DE Malcolm 16.3 2 57 9 3 Eng SAF The Oval 18 Aug 1994
14 M Muralitharan 54.2 27 65 9 3 Srl Eng The Oval 27 Aug 1998
15 M Muralitharan 40.0 19 51 9 1 Srl Zim Kandy 04 Jan 2002
16 HMRKB Herath 33.1 3 127 9 2 Srl Pak Colombo (SSC) 14 Aug 2014
17 KA Maharaj 41.1 10 129 9 1 SAF Srl Colombo (SSC) 20 Jul 2018

KA Maharaj of South Africa captured nine  wickets  conceding 129 runs against Sri Lanka in the ongoing test at Col-SSC to  provide the second South African bowler capturing nine wickets in a test innings in the annals of test cricket.HJ Tayfield was the other bowler to  perform such a feat. He had captured nine for 113 against England at  Johannesburg in Fev 1957. Thus it took 61 years for KA Maharaj to emulate HJ Tayfield to become the second South African bowler to capture nine wickets in a test innings.

No Player Overs M Runs W Inns Team Oppn Ground Start Date
1 HJ Tayfield 37.0 11 113 9 4 SAF Eng Johannesburg 15 Feb 1957
2 KA Maharaj 41.1 10 129 9 1 SAF Srl Colombo (SSC) 20 Jul 2018

KA Maharaj became the sixth bowler in the annals of test cricket  to  capture nine wickets in an innings conceding 100 plus runs. All such occasions are tabulated below

No Player Overs M Runs W Inns Team Oppn Ground Start Date
1 SP Gupte 34.3 11 102 9 1 Ind Win Kanpur 12 Dec 1958
2 SF Barnes 38.4 7 103 9 3 Eng SAF Johannesburg 26 Dec 1913
3 HJ Tayfield 37.0 11 113 9 4 SAF Eng Johannesburg 15 Feb 1957
5 AA Mailey 47.0 8 121 9 3 Aus Eng Melbourne 11 Feb 1921
6 HMRKB Herath 33.1 3 127 9 2 Srl Pak Colombo (SSC) 14 Aug 2014
6 KA Maharaj 41.1 10 129 9 1 SAF Srl Colombo (SSC) 20 Jul 2018

KA Maharaj of South Africa captured nine wickets conceding 129 runs against Sri Lanka in the ongoing test at Col-SSC to  provide the eleventh occasion of a spin bowler capturing nine wickets in a test innings in the annals of test cricket. He became the tenth spin bowler to accomplish the feat. All such occasions are listed below.

No Player Overs M Runs W Inns Team Oppn Ground Start Date
1 AA Mailey 47.0 8 121 9 3 Aus Eng Melbourne 11 Feb 1921
2 JC Laker 16.4 4 37 9 2 Eng Aus Manchester 26 Jul 1956
3 HJ Tayfield 37.0 11 113 9 4 SAF Eng Johannesburg 15 Feb 1957
4 SP Gupte 34.3 11 102 9 1 Ind Win Kanpur 12 Dec 1958
5 JM Patel 35.5 16 69 9 2 Ind Aus Kanpur 19 Dec 1959
6 JM Noreiga 49.4 16 95 9 2 Win Ind Port of Spain 06 Mar 1971
7 Abdul Qadir 37.0 13 56 9 1 Pak Eng Lahore 25 Nov 1987
8 M Muralitharan 54.2 27 65 9 3 Srl Eng The Oval 27 Aug 1998
9 M Muralitharan 40.0 19 51 9 1 Srl Zim Kandy 04 Jan 2002
10 HMRKB Herath 33.1 3 127 9 2 Srl Pak Colombo (SSC) 14 Aug 2014
11 KA Maharaj 41.1 10 129 9 1 SAF Srl Colombo (SSC) 20 Jul 2018

Col-SSC became  the fifth ground in the annals of test cricket to witness two or more bowlers capturing nine  wickets  in a test innings. Others are – Johannesburg {03}, Kanpur  {02}, Melbourne {02} and The Oval {02}

No Player Overs M Runs W Inns Team Oppn Ground Start Date
1 GA Lohmann 14.2×5 6 28 9 2 Eng SAF Johannesburg 02 Mar 1896
2 SF Barnes 38.4 7 103 9 3 Eng SAF Johannesburg 26 Dec 1913
3 HJ Tayfield 37.0 11 113 9 4 SAF Eng Johannesburg 15 Feb 1957
                     
1 HMRKB Herath 33.1 3 127 9 2 Srl Pak Colombo (SSC) 14 Aug 2014
2 KA Maharaj 41.1 10 129 9 1 SAF Srl Colombo (SSC) 20 Jul 2018
                     
1 SP Gupte 34.3 11 102 9 1 Ind Win Kanpur 12 Dec 1958
2 JM Patel 35.5 16 69 9 2 Ind Aus Kanpur 19 Dec 1959
                     
1 AA Mailey 47.0 8 121 9 3 Aus Eng Melbourne 11 Feb 1921
2 Sarfraz Nawaz 35.4×8 7 86 9 4 Pak Aus Melbourne 10 Mar 1979
                     
1 DE Malcolm 16.3 2 57 9 3 Eng SAF The Oval 18 Aug 1994
2 M Muralitharan 54.2 27 65 9 3 Srl Eng The Oval 27 Aug 1998

 

Third One day at Leeds – England won by eight wickets  

JE Root and EJG Morgan added 186 runs in an unfinished partnership for the third wicket against India in this game to provide the 32nd occasion of  England batsmen posting a three figure partnership against India in one-day games. It also provides the seventh occasion of England batsmen posting a three figure partnership for the third wicket in one-day games. All such occasions are tabulated

No Partners Wkt Runs Inns Opposition Ground Start Date
1 EJG Morgan, JE Root 3 186* 2 v India Leeds 17 Jul 2018
2 IR Bell, AJ Strauss 3 170 2 v India Bengaluru 27 Feb 2011
3 DI Gower, AJ Lamb 3 159 1 v India The Oval 04 Jun 1982
4 MW Gatting, GA Gooch 3 117 1 v India Mumbai 05 Nov 1987
5 DI Gower, AJ Lamb 3 115 2 v India Manchester 26 May 1986
6 EJG Morgan, JE Root 3 103 1 v India Lord’s 14 Jul 2018
7 KP Pietersen, IJL Trott 3 101 1 v India Mohali 20 Oct 2011

JE Root and EJG Morgan added 186  runs in an unfinished partnership for the third wicket against India in this game to provide the record partnership by  England batsmen against India in one-day games. The previous best was 170 runs partnership between IR Bell and AJ Strauss at Bengaluru on 27 Feb 11. Both the occasions are listed below

No Partners Wkt Runs Inns Opposition Ground Start Date
1 EJG Morgan, JE Root 3 186* 2 v India Leeds 17 Jul 2018
2 IR Bell, AJ Strauss 3 170 2 v India Bengaluru 27 Feb 2011

JE Root and EJG Morgan added 186  runs in an unfinished partnership for the third wicket against India in this game to provide the record partnership by  England batsmen against India in England in one-day games. The previous best was 159 runs partnership between IR Bell and AJ Lamb at The Oval on 04 Jun 82. Both the occasions are listed below. Thus  JE Root and EJG Morgan bettered the 36-year-old partnership.

No Partners Wkt Runs Inns Opposition Ground Start Date
1 EJG Morgan, JE Root 3 186* 2 v India Leeds 17 Jul 2018
2 DI Gower, AJ Lamb 3 159 1 v India The Oval 04 Jun 1982

EJG Morgan and JE Root scored 88 not out and 100 not out in this game to provide the 44th and 41st occasion of these two batsmen scoring fifties in one day games. EJG Morgan and JE Root are the only two England batsmen who have scored 40 plus fifties in one day internationals. EJG Morgan’s 88 not out in this game represent his 27th fifty while leading England in ODIs.

V Kohli scored 71 in this game which represents his  26th fifty while leading India. His run aggregated as  India’s captain in one day games read 3059 at the end of this game. He joined the select band of Indian captains who have scored 3000 plus runs in one-day games to become the fourth captain. Others are – MS Dhoni {6633}, M Azharuddin {5239} and SC Ganguly {5082}, He also became the 19th captain in the history of one day games to aggregate 3000 plus runs.

This game witnessed rival skippers scoring fifties – V Kohli {71} and EJG Morgan {88 not out} to provide the 156th occasion of rival captains scoring fifties in the history of one day games and also provide the ninth such occasion in England-India one day series.

JE Root of England scored two centuries in this series – 113 at Lord’s and 100 not out at Leeds to provide the  93rd   occasion of a batsman scoring two centuries in a bilateral series in the annals of one-day games. His feat also provides the 13th occasion of an England batsman accomplishing such a feat. It also provides the 15th occasion of a batsman accomplishing such a feat against  India in one day games. JE Root became the first England batsman scoring two centuries in a bilateral series against India.

JE Root of England scored two centuries in this series – 113 at Lord’s and 100 not out at Leeds to provide the third occasion of his scoring two centuries in a bilateral series. The other two occasions are – against New Zealand in England 2015 and against South Africa in South Africa. He now holds the England record for most occasions of achieving such a feat. Other batsmen who have achieved such a feat  on two occasions are JM Bairstow, KP Pietersen and JJ Roy

JE Root became the ninth batsman to score two or more centuries on two or more occasions in the annals of one-day games. The following table lists all such occasions. All such occasions are tabulated below. JE Root becomes the first England batsman to accomplish to such a feat.

No No Player Team Oppn Venue Season C
1 1 V Kohli             Ind Srl Srl 2012 2
  2 V Kohli             Ind Aus Ind 2013/14 2
  3 V Kohli             Ind Aus Aus 2015/16 2
  4 V Kohli             Ind Srl Srl 2017 2
  5 V Kohli             Ind NZl Ind 2017/18 2
  6 V Kohli             Ind RSA RSA 2017/18 3
               
2 1 HM Amla             RSA Win Win 2010 2
  2 HM Amla             RSA Zim RSA 2010/11 2
  3 HM Amla             RSA Srl RSA 2014 2
  4 HM Amla             RSA Win RSA 2014/15 2
               
3 1 Q de Kock             RSA Ind RSA 2013/14 3
  2 Q de Kock             RSA Ind Ind 2015/16 2
  3 Q de Kock             RSA Eng RSA 2015/16 2
               
4 1 AB de Villiers             RSA Ind RSA 2009/10 2
  2 AB de Villiers             RSA Zim RSA 2010/11 2
  3 AB de Villiers             RSA Ind RSA 2015/16 3
               
5 1 CH Gayle             Win Ind Win 2002/03 3
  2 CH Gayle             Win Zim Win 2003/04 2
  3 CH Gayle             Win Pak UAE 2008/09 2
               
6 1 DL Haynes             Win Aus Win 1983/84 3
  2 DL Haynes             Win NZl Win 1984/85 2
  3 DL Haynes             Win Ind Win 1988/89 2
               
7 1 JE Root             Eng NZl Eng 2015 2
  2 JE Root             Eng Eng RSA 2015/16 2
  3 JE Root             Eng Ind Eng 2018 2
               
8 1 RG Sharma             Ind Aus Ind 2013/14 2
  2 RG Sharma             Ind Aus Aus 2015/16 2
  3 RG Sharma             Ind Srl Ind 2017 2
               
9 1 LRPL Taylor             NZl Ind Ind 2013/14 2
  2 LRPL Taylor             NZl Eng Eng 2015 2
  3 LRPL Taylor             NZl Eng NZl 2017/18 2

JE Root of England scored two centuries in this series – 113 at Lord’s and 100 not out at Leeds to provide the  49th    occasion of a batsman scoring two centuries at home in a bilateral series in the annals of one-day games. His feat also provides the 13th occasion of an England batsman accomplishing such a feat. It also provides the 15th occasion of a batsman accomplishing such a feat against  India in one-day games. JE Root became the first England batsman scoring two centuries in a bilateral series against India.

Three figure partnerships in one day games at Lord’s

EJG Morgan and JE Root added 103 runs for the third wicket against India at Lord’s on 14 Jul 18 to provide the 47th occasion of batsmen posting a three figure partnership in a one day game at Lord’s. All such occasions are tabulated below

No Partners Wkt Runs Inns Team Oppn Ground Start Date
1 GS Chappell, AP Sheahan 4 103 2 Aus Eng Lord’s 26 Aug 1972
2 DL Amiss, KWR Fletcher 2 176 1 Eng Ind Lord’s 07 Jun 1975
3 RB Kanhai, CH Lloyd 4 149 1 Win Aus Lord’s 21 Jun 1975
4 JM Brearley, GA Gooch 3 108 2 Eng Aus Lord’s 09 Jun 1979
5 CL King, IVA Richards 5 139 1 Win Eng Lord’s 23 Jun 1979
6 G Boycott, JM Brearley 1 129 2 Eng Win Lord’s 23 Jun 1979
7 G Boycott, P Willey 1 135 2 Eng Win Lord’s 30 May 1980
8 G Fowler, AJ Lamb 3 106* 2 Eng Pak Lord’s 13 Jun 1983
9 DW Hookes, KJ Hughes 3 101 1 Aus Win Lord’s 18 Jun 1983
10 CG Greenidge, IVA Richards 2 124 2 Win Aus Lord’s 18 Jun 1983
11 HA Gomes, IVA Richards 3 134* 2 Win Eng Lord’s 04 Jun 1984
12 GA Gooch, DI Gower 2 202 2 Eng Aus Lord’s 03 Jun 1985
13 GA Gooch, DI Gower 1 123 1 Eng Aus Lord’s 29 May 1989
14 AR Border, GR Marsh 3 113 2 Aus Eng Lord’s 29 May 1989
15 NH Fairbrother, GA Hick 3 213 2 Eng Win Lord’s 27 May 1991
16 DC Boon, MA Taylor 3 108 1 Aus Eng Lord’s 23 May 1993
17 MA Atherton, NV Knight 1 132 1 Eng Srl Lord’s 20 Aug 1998
18 MS Atapattu, RS Kaluwitharana 2 138 2 Srl Eng Lord’s 20 Aug 1998
19 GA Hick, AJ Stewart 2 125 2 Eng Srl Lord’s 14 May 1999
20 ME Waugh, SR Waugh 3 129 1 Aus Zim Lord’s 09 Jun 1999
21 MW Goodwin, NC Johnson 2 114 2 Zim Aus Lord’s 09 Jun 1999
22 GA Hick, AJ Stewart 3 134 2 Eng Zim Lord’s 22 Jul 2000
23 OA Shah, ME Trescothick 4 170 2 Eng Pak Lord’s 12 Jun 2001
24 SC Ganguly, V Sehwag 1 109 2 Ind Eng Lord’s 29 Jun 2002
25 R Dravid, Yuvraj Singh 5 131* 2 Ind Eng Lord’s 29 Jun 2002
26 N Hussain, ME Trescothick 2 185 1 Eng Ind Lord’s 13 Jul 2002
27 SC Ganguly, V Sehwag 1 106 2 Ind Eng Lord’s 13 Jul 2002
28 M Kaif, Yuvraj Singh 6 121 2 Ind Eng Lord’s 13 Jul 2002
29 A Flintoff, AJ Strauss 4 226 1 Eng Win Lord’s 06 Jul 2004
30 CH Gayle, RR Sarwan 2 187 2 Win Eng Lord’s 06 Jul 2004
31 NJ Astle, SP Fleming 1 120 1 NZl Win Lord’s 10 Jul 2004
32 Inzamam-ul-Haq, Mohd Yousuf 5 162 2 Pak Aus Lord’s 04 Sep 2004
33 PD Collingwood, GO Jones 6 116 2 Eng Aus Lord’s 02 Jul 2005
34 PD Collingwood, A Flintoff 5 103 1 Eng Aus Lord’s 10 Jul 2005
35 DR Martyn, RT Ponting 3 120 2 Aus Eng Lord’s 10 Jul 2005
36 PD Collingwood, KP Pietersen 4 114* 2 Eng Ind Lord’s 08 Sep 2007
37 MEK Hussey, SE Marsh 5 107 1 Aus Eng Lord’s 03 Jul 2010
38 SM Davies, AJ Strauss 1 113 2 Aus Pak Lord’s 20 Sep 2010
39 LD Chandimal, M Jayawardene 2 112 2 Srl Eng Lord’s 03 Jul 2011
40 MS Dhoni, SK Raina 5 169 1 Ind Eng Lord’s 11 Sep 2011
41 IR Bell, IJL Trott 2 141 2 Eng RSA Lord’s 02 Sep 2012
43 MJ Guptill, LRPL Taylor 3 120 2 NZl Eng Lord’s 31 May 2013
43 TM Dilshan, KC Sangakkara 2 172 1 Srl Eng Lord’s 31 May 2014
44 RS Bopara, JC Buttler 6 133 2 Eng Srl Lord’s 31 May 2014
45 EJG Morgan, JE Root 3 112 2 Eng Pak Lord’s 27 Aug 2016
46 EJG Morgan, JE Root 3 140 1 Eng Ire Lord’s 07 May 2017
47 EJG Morgan, JE Root 3 103 1 Eng Ind Lord’s 14 Jul 2018

EJG Morgan and JE Root added 103 runs for the third wicket against India at Lord’s on 14 Jul 18 to provide the 22nd  occasion of England batsmen posting a three figure partnership in a one day game at Lord’s. All such occasions are tabulated below

No Partners Wkt Runs Inns Team Oppn Ground Start Date
1 DL Amiss, KWR Fletcher 2 176 1 Eng Ind Lord’s 07 Jun 1975
2 JM Brearley, GA Gooch 3 108 2 Eng Aus Lord’s 09 Jun 1979
3 G Boycott, JM Brearley 1 129 2 Eng Win Lord’s 23 Jun 1979
4 G Boycott, P Willey 1 135 2 Eng Win Lord’s 30 May 1980
5 G Fowler, AJ Lamb 3 106* 2 Eng Pak Lord’s 13 Jun 1983
6 GA Gooch, DI Gower 2 202 2 Eng Aus Lord’s 03 Jun 1985
7 GA Gooch, DI Gower 1 123 1 Eng Aus Lord’s 29 May 1989
8 NH Fairbrother, GA Hick 3 213 2 Eng Win Lord’s 27 May 1991
9 MA Atherton, NV Knight 1 132 1 Eng Srl Lord’s 20 Aug 1998
10 GA Hick, AJ Stewart 2 125 2 Eng Srl Lord’s 14 May 1999
11 GA Hick, AJ Stewart 3 134 2 Eng Zim Lord’s 22 Jul 2000
12 OA Shah, ME Trescothick 4 170 2 Eng Pak Lord’s 12 Jun 2001
13 N Hussain, ME Trescothick 2 185 1 Eng Ind Lord’s 13 Jul 2002
14 A Flintoff, AJ Strauss 4 226 1 Eng Win Lord’s 06 Jul 2004
15 PD Collingwood, GO Jones 6 116 2 Eng Aus Lord’s 02 Jul 2005
16 PD Collingwood, A Flintoff 5 103 1 Eng Aus Lord’s 10 Jul 2005
17 PD Collingwood, KP Pietersen 4 114* 2 Eng Ind Lord’s 08 Sep 2007
18 IR Bell, IJL Trott 2 141 2 Eng RSA Lord’s 02 Sep 2012
19 RS Bopara, JC Buttler 6 133 2 Eng Srl Lord’s 31 May 2014
20 EJG Morgan, JE Root 3 112 2 Eng Pak Lord’s 27 Aug 2016
21 EJG Morgan, JE Root 3 140 1 Eng Ire Lord’s 07 May 2017
22 EJG Morgan, JE Root 3 103 1 Eng Ind Lord’s 14 Jul 2018

EJG Morgan and JE Root added 103 runs for the third wicket against India at Lord’s on 14 Jul 18 to provide the 14th occasion of batsmen posting a three figure partnership for the third wicket in a one day game at Lord’s. All such occasions are tabulated below

No Partners Wkt Runs Inns Team Oppn Ground Start Date
1 JM Brearley, GA Gooch 3 108 2 Eng Aus Lord’s 09 Jun 1979
2 G Fowler, AJ Lamb 3 106* 2 Eng Pak Lord’s 13 Jun 1983
3 DW Hookes, KJ Hughes 3 101 1 Aus Win Lord’s 18 Jun 1983
4 HA Gomes, IVA Richards 3 134* 2 Win Eng Lord’s 04 Jun 1984
5 AR Border, GR Marsh 3 113 2 Aus Eng Lord’s 29 May 1989
6 NH Fairbrother, GA Hick 3 213 2 Eng Win Lord’s 27 May 1991
7 DC Boon, MA Taylor 3 108 1 Aus Eng Lord’s 23 May 1993
8 ME Waugh, SR Waugh 3 129 1 Aus Zim Lord’s 09 Jun 1999
9 GA Hick, AJ Stewart 3 134 2 Eng Zim Lord’s 22 Jul 2000
10 DR Martyn, RT Ponting 3 120 2 Aus Eng Lord’s 10 Jul 2005
11 MJ Guptill, LRPL Taylor 3 120 2 NZl Eng Lord’s 31 May 2013
12 EJG Morgan, JE Root 3 112 2 Eng Pak Lord’s 27 Aug 2016
13 EJG Morgan, JE Root 3 140 1 Eng Ire Lord’s 07 May 2017
14 EJG Morgan, JE Root 3 103 1 Eng Ind Lord’s 14 Jul 2018

 

Three figure partnerships by England batsmen against India in one day games

JE Root and EJG Morgan added 103 runs  for  the third wicket against  India at Lord’s on 14 Jul 18 to provide the 238th occasion of England batsman posting a three figure partnership for various wickets in one day games. It also provides the 49th occasion of England batsman posting a three figure partnership for third wicket in one day games.

It also provides the 31st occasion of England batsmen posting a three figure partnership against  India in one  day games. All such occasions are tabulated below

No Partners Wkt Runs Inns Opposition Ground Start Date
1 DL Amiss, KWR Fletcher 2 176 1 v India Lord’s 07 Jun 1975
2 MW Gatting, DI Gower 5 110 1 v India Jalandhar 20 Dec 1981
3 CJ Tavare, B Wood 1 133 2 v India Leeds 02 Jun 1982
4 DI Gower, AJ Lamb 3 159 1 v India The Oval 04 Jun 1982
5 DI Gower, AJ Lamb 3 115 2 v India Manchester 26 May 1986
6 MW Gatting, GA Gooch 3 117 1 v India Mumbai 05 Nov 1987
7 AJ Lamb, AJ Stewart 4 130 1 v India Kanpur 25 Oct 1989
8 MA Atherton, RA Smith 4 111 1 v India Nottingham 20 Jul 1990
9 GA Gooch, RA Smith 2 110 1 v India Perth 22 Feb 1992
10 RA Smith, AJ Stewart 1 101 1 v India Gwalior 04 Mar 1993
11 GA Hick, RA Smith 2 116 1 v India Gwalior 05 Mar 1993
12 N Hussain, NV Knight 2 117 1 v India Delhi 31 Jan 2002
13 N Hussain, ME Trescothick 2 185 1 v India Lord’s 13 Jul 2002
14 ID Blackwell, AJ Stewart 6 104 1 v India Colombo (RPS) 22 Sep 2002
15 PD Collingwood, A Flintoff 5 174 1 v India The Oval 03 Sep 2004
16 PD Collingwood, GO Jones 7 105 2 v India Margao 03 Apr 2006
17 IR Bell, AJ Strauss 1 107 2 v India Jamshedpur 12 Apr 2006
18 IR Bell, AN Cook 2 178 1 v India Southampton 21 Aug 2007
19 OA Shah, LJ Wright 6 106 1 v India The Oval 05 Sep 2007
20 PD Collingwood, KP Pietersen 4 114* 2 v India Lord’s 08 Sep 2007
21 KP Pietersen, OA Shah 5 112* 1 v India Cuttack 26 Nov 2008
22 IR Bell, AJ Strauss 3 170 2 v India Bengaluru 27 Feb 2011
23 KP Pietersen, IJL Trott 3 101 1 v India Mohali 20 Oct 2011
24 SR Patel, IJL Trott 5 103* 1 v India Mohali 20 Oct 2011
25 AN Cook, C Kieswetter 1 129 2 v India Kolkata 25 Oct 2011
26 IR Bell, AN Cook 1 158 1 v India Rajkot 11 Jan 2013
27 JC Buttler, JE Root 5 108 1 v India Leeds 05 Sep 2014
28 IR Bell, JWA Taylor 2 131* 2 v India Brisbane 20 Jan 2015
29 JC Buttler, JWA Taylor 6 125 2 v India Perth 30 Jan 2015
30 JE Root, JJ Roy 2 100 2 v India Cuttack 19 Jan 2017
31 EJG Morgan, JE Root 3 103 1 v India Lord’s 14 Jul 2018

It also provides the sixth occasion of England batsmen posting a three figure partnership against India for the third  wicket in one  day games. All such occasions are tabulated below

No Partners Wkt Runs Inns Opposition Ground Start Date
4 DI Gower, AJ Lamb 3 159 1 v India The Oval 04 Jun 1982
5 DI Gower, AJ Lamb 3 115 2 v India Manchester 26 May 1986
6 MW Gatting, GA Gooch 3 117 1 v India Mumbai 05 Nov 1987
22 IR Bell, AJ Strauss 3 170 2 v India Bengaluru 27 Feb 2011
23 KP Pietersen, IJL Trott 3 101 1 v India Mohali 20 Oct 2011
31 EJG Morgan, JE Root 3 103 1 v India Lord’s 14 Jul 2018

It also provides the fourth occasion of England batsmen posting a three figure partnership against India at Lord’s in one  day games. All such occasions are tabulated below

No Partners Wkt Runs Inns Opposition Ground Start Date
1 DL Amiss, KWR Fletcher 2 176 1 v India Lord’s 07 Jun 1975
2 N Hussain, ME Trescothick 2 185 1 v India Lord’s 13 Jul 2002
3 PD Collingwood, KP Pietersen 4 114* 2 v India Lord’s 08 Sep 2007
4 EJG Morgan, JE Root 3 103 1 v India Lord’s 14 Jul 2018

 

 

JE Root and ME Trescothck share the record for most one day centuries by England batsmen

JE Root of England registered his twelfth century in  one  day games when he scored 113 against India at Lord’s on 14 Jul 18. JE Root now shares the record for most one day centuries by an England batsman with ME Trescothick. The following table lists the centuries by these two batsmen

JE ROOT
No Runs Pos Inns Opposition Ground Start Date
1 107 4 1 v West Indies North Sound 05 Mar 2014
2 113 4 1 v India Leeds 05 Sep 2014
3 104* 4 2 v Sri Lanka Pallekele 10 Dec 2014
4 121 4 1 v Sri Lanka Wellington 01 Mar 2015
5 104 3 1 v New Zealand Birmingham 09 Jun 2015
6 106* 3 2 v New Zealand Nottingham 17 Jun 2015
7 125 3 1 v South Africa Centurion 09 Feb 2016
8 109 3 1 v South Africa Johannesburg 12 Feb 2016
9 101 3 1 v West Indies Bridgetown 09 Mar 2017
10 133* 3 2 v Bangladesh The Oval 01 Jun 2017
11 102 3 1 v New Zealand Dunedin 07 Mar 2018
12 113 3 1 v India Lord’s 14 Jul 2018
ME TRESCOTHICK
No Runs Pos Inns Opposition Ground Start Date
1 137 1 2 v Pakistan Lord’s 12 Jun 2001
2 121 1 2 v India Kolkata 19 Jan 2002
3 109 1 1 v India Lord’s 13 Jul 2002
4 119 1 1 v Zimbabwe Colombo (RPS) 18 Sep 2002
5 108* 1 2 v Pakistan Lord’s 22 Jun 2003
6 114* 1 2 v South Africa The Oval 28 Jun 2003
7 130 1 1 v West Indies Gros Islet 01 May 2004
8 104 1 1 v West Indies The Oval 25 Sep 2004
9 100* 1 2 v Bangladesh The Oval 16 Jun 2005
10 104* 1 2 v Australia Leeds 07 Jul 2005
11 113 1 1 v Ireland Belfast 13 Jun 2006
12 121 1 1 v Sri Lanka Leeds 01 Jul 2006

South Africa dismissed all out for a total of 75 and less than 75 runs in a test innings

South Africa was  dismissed all out  for 73 in the  fourth innings of the Galle Test against Sri Lanka to provide  the 82nd occasion  of team dismissed  all out  for a total of 75 runs and  less than 75 runs in an innings in the  annals  of test cricket. It also provides the twelfth occasion of South Africa dismissed for a total  of 75 and less than 75 runs in a test innings. All such occasions are tabulated below in the order of ascending runs

No Team Score Overs Inns Opposition Ground Start Date
1 South Africa 30 18.4×5 4 v England Port Elizabeth 13 Feb 1896
2 South Africa 30 12.3 2 v England Birmingham 14 Jun 1924
3 South Africa 35 22.4×5 4 v England Cape Town 01 Apr 1899
4 South Africa 36 23.2 1 v Australia Melbourne 12 Feb 1932
5 South Africa 43 28.2×4 3 v England Cape Town 25 Mar 1889
6 South Africa 45 31.3 3 v Australia Melbourne 12 Feb 1932
7 South Africa 47 47.1×4 2 v England Cape Town 25 Mar 1889
8 South Africa 58 26.1 1 v England Lord’s 10 Jun 1912
9 South Africa 72 33.4×8 4 v England Johannesburg 24 Dec 1956
10 South Africa 72 50.1×8 4 v England Cape Town 01 Jan 1957
11 South Africa 73 28.5 4 v Sri Lanka Galle 12 Jul 2018
12 South Africa 75 44.4 4 v England Leeds 29 Jul 1907

South Africa was  dismissed all out  for 73 in the fourth innings of the Galle Test against Sri Lanka to provide  the second occasion  of team dismissed  all out  for a total of 75 runs and  less than 75 runs in an innings against Sri Lanka  in a test innings. .

No Team Score Overs Inns Opposition Ground Start Date
1 Bangladesh 62 25.2 1 v Sri Lanka Colombo (PSS) 03 Jul 2007
2 South Africa 73 28.5 4 v Sri Lanka Galle 12 Jul 2018

South Africa was  dismissed all out  for 73 in the fourth innings of the Galle Test against Sri Lanka to provide  the 20th occasion  of team dismissed  all out  for a total of 75 runs and  less than 75 runs in the  fourth  innings of a test. All such occasions are tabulated below.

No Team Score Overs Inns Opposition Ground Start Date
1 South Africa 30 18.4×5 4 v England Port Elizabeth 13 Feb 1896
2 South Africa 35 22.4×5 4 v England Cape Town 01 Apr 1899
3 Australia 44 26.0×5 4 v England The Oval 10 Aug 1896
4 England 46 19.1 4 v West Indies Port of Spain 25 Mar 1994
5 West Indies 51 19.1 4 v Australia Port of Spain 05 Mar 1999
6 West Indies 53 25.3 4 v Pakistan Faisalabad 24 Oct 1986
7 Australia 58 12.3×8 4 v England Brisbane 04 Dec 1936
8 England 62 47.0×4 4 v Australia Lord’s 16 Jul 1888
9 Zimbabwe 63 47.0 4 v West Indies Port of Spain 16 Mar 2000
10 England 64 27.3×8 4 v New Zealand Wellington 10 Feb 1978
11 Australia 65 22.4 4 v England The Oval 19 Aug 1912
12 Australia 66 25.3 4 v England Brisbane 30 Nov 1928
13 India 66 34.1 4 v South Africa Durban 26 Dec 1996
14 New Zealand 68 22.3 4 v England Lord’s 16 May 2013
15 South Africa 72 33.4×8 4 v England Johannesburg 24 Dec 1956
16 South Africa 72 50.1×8 4 v England Cape Town 01 Jan 1957
17 Pakistan 72 31.3 4 v Australia Perth 16 Dec 2004
18 England 72 36.1 4 v Pakistan Abu Dhabi 25 Jan 2012
19 South Africa 73 28.5 4 v Sri Lanka Galle 12 Jul 2018
20 South Africa 75 44.4 4 v England Leeds 29 Jul 1907

South Africa was  dismissed all out  for 73 in the fourth innings of the Galle Test against Sri Lanka to provide  the sixth occasion  of South Africa dismissed  all out  for a total of 75 runs and  less than 75 runs in the  fourth  innings of a test. All such occasions are tabulated below

No Team Score Overs Inns Opposition Ground Start Date
1 South Africa 30 18.4×5 4 v England Port Elizabeth 13 Feb 1896
2 South Africa 35 22.4×5 4 v England Cape Town 01 Apr 1899
3 South Africa 72 33.4×8 4 v England Johannesburg 24 Dec 1956
4 South Africa 72 50.1×8 4 v England Cape Town 01 Jan 1957
5 South Africa 73 28.5 4 v Sri Lanka Galle 12 Jul 2018
6 South Africa 75 44.4 4 v England Leeds 29 Jul 1907

 

Carrying the bat through in a completed innings of a test – FDM Karunaratne joins the list

FDM Karunaratne of Sri Lanka carried the bat through in a completed innings against South Africa in the recently concluded test at Galle to provide the 55th occasion of a batsman performing such a feat in the annals of test cricket. All such occasions are tabulated below

No Player Runs Total Inns Team Oppn Ground Match Date
1 AB Tancred 26* 47 2 SAF v Eng Cape Town 25 Mar 1889
2 JE Barrett 67* 176 3 Aus v Eng Lord’s 21 Jul 1890
3 R Abel 132* 307 2 Eng v Aus Sydney 29 Jan 1892
4 PF Warner 132* 237 3 Eng v SAF Johannesburg 14 Feb 1899
5 WW Armstrong 159* 309 3 Aus v SAF Johannesburg 18 Oct 1902
6 JW Zulch 43* 103 2 SAF v Eng Cape Town 11 Mar 1910
7 W Bardsley 193* 383 1 Aus v Eng Lord’s 26 Jun 1926
8 WM Woodfull 30* 66† 4 Aus v Eng Brisbane 30 Nov 1928
9 WM Woodfull 73* 193† 4 Aus v Eng Adelaide 13 Jan 1933
10 WA Brown 206* 422 2 Aus v Eng Lord’s 24 Jun 1938
11 L Hutton 202* 344 2 Eng v Win The Oval 12 Aug 1950
12 L Hutton 156* 272 2 Eng v Aus Adelaide 02 Feb 1951
13 Nazar Mohammad 124* 331 2 Pak v Ind Lucknow 23 Oct 1952
14 FMM Worrell 191* 372 2 Win v Eng Nottingham 04 Jul 1957
15 TL Goddard 56* 99 3 SAF v Aus Cape Town 31 Dec 1957
16 DJ McGlew 127* 292 1 SAF v NZl Durban 08 Dec 1961
17 CC Hunte 60* 131 3 Win v Aus Port of Spain 14 May 1965
18 GM Turner 43* 131 4 NZl v Eng Lord’s 24 Jul 1969
19 WM Lawry 49* 107 3 Aus v Ind Delhi 28 Nov 1969
20 WM Lawry 60* 116† 4 Aus v Eng Sydney 09 Jan 1971
21 GM Turner 223* 386 2 NZl v Win Kingston 16 Feb 1972
22 IR Redpath 159* 346 3 Aus v NZl Auckland 22 Mar 1974
23 G Boycott 99* 215 4 Eng v Aus Perth 14 Dec 1979
24 SM Gavaskar 127* 286 3 Ind v Pak Faisalabad 03 Jan 1983
25 Mudassar Nazar 152* 323 1 Pak v Ind Lahore 23 Jan 1983
26 S Wettimuny 63* 144 2 Srl v NZl Christchurch 04 Mar 1983
27 DC Boon 58* 103 3 Aus v NZl Auckland 13 Mar 1986
28 DL Haynes 88* 211 3 Win v Pak Karachi 20 Nov 1986
29 GA Gooch 154* 252 3 Eng v Win Leeds 06 Jun 1991
30 DL Haynes 75* 176 2 Win v Eng The Oval 08 Aug 1991
31 AJ Stewart 69* 175 3 Eng v Pak Lord’s 18 Jun 1992
32 DL Haynes 143* 382 3 Win v Pak Port of Spain 16 Apr 1993
33 MH Dekker 68* 187 4 Zim v Pak Rawalpindi 09 Dec 1993
34 MA Atherton 94* 228 2 Eng v NZl Christchurch 14 Feb 1997
35 G Kirsten 100* 239 1 SAF v Pak Faisalabad 24 Oct 1997
36 MA Taylor 169* 350 2 Aus v SAF Adelaide 30 Jan 1998
37 GW Flower 156* 321 1 Zim v Pak Bulawayo 14 Mar 1998
38 Saeed Anwar 188* 316 3 Pak v Ind Kolkata 16 Feb 1999
39 MS Atapattu 216* 428 2 Srl v Zim Bulawayo 18 Nov 1999
40 RP Arnold 104* 231 2 Srl v Zim Harare 04 Dec 1999
41 Javed Omar 85* 168† 3 Ban v Zim Bulawayo 19 Apr 2001
42 V Sehwag 201* 329 1 Ind v Srl Galle 31 Jul 2008
43 SM Katich 131* 268 3 Aus v NZl Brisbane 20 Nov 2008
44 CH Gayle 165* 317 3 Win v Aus Adelaide 04 Dec 2009
45 Imran Farhat 117* 223 1 Pak v NZl Napier 11 Dec 2009
46 R Dravid 146* 300 2 Ind v Eng The Oval 18 Aug 2011
47 TMK Mawoyo 163* 412 1 Zim v Pak Bulawayo 01 Sep 2011
48 DA Warner 123* 233 4 Aus v NZl Hobart 09 Dec 2011
49 CA Pujara 145* 312 1 Ind v Srl Colombo (SSC) 28 Aug 2015
50 D Elgar 118* 214 2 SAF v Eng Durban 26 Dec 2015
51 KC Brathwaite 142* 337 2 Win v Pak Sharjah 30 Oct 2016
53 AN Cook 244* 491 2 Eng v Aus Melbourne 26 Dec 2017
54 D Elgar 86* 177 4 SAF v Ind Johannesburg 24 Jan 2018
54 D Elgar 141* 311 1 SAF v Aus Cape Town 22 Mar 2018
55 FDM Karunaratne 158* 287 1 Srl v SAF Galle 12 Jul 2018
† indicates that not all 10 wickets fell in the innings

FDM Karunaratne of Sri Lanka carried the bat through in a completed innings against South Africa in the recently concluded test at Galle to provide the fourth occasion of a Sri Lankan batsman performing such a feat in the annals of test cricket. All such occasions are tabulated below

No Player Runs Total Inns Team Oppn Ground Match Date
1 S Wettimuny 63* 144 2 Srl v NZl Christchurch 04 Mar 1983
2 MS Atapattu 216* 428 2 Srl v Zim Bulawayo 18 Nov 1999
3 RP Arnold 104* 231 2 Srl v Zim Harare 04 Dec 1999
4 FDM Karunaratne 158* 287 1 Srl v SAF Galle 12 Jul 2018

FDM Karunaratne of Sri Lanka carried the bat through in a completed innings against South Africa in the recently concluded test at Galle to provide the fourth occasion of a batsman performing such a feat against South Africa in the annals of test cricket. All such occasions are tabulated below

No Player Runs Total Inns Team Oppn Ground Match Date
1 PF Warner 132* 237 3 Eng v SAF Johannesburg 14 Feb 1899
2 WW Armstrong 159* 309 3 Aus v SAF Johannesburg 18 Oct 1902
3 MA Taylor 169* 350 2 Aus v SAF Adelaide 30 Jan 1998
4 FDM Karunaratne 158* 287 1 Srl v SAF Galle 12 Jul 2018

FDM Karunaratne of Sri Lanka carried the bat through in a completed innings against South Africa in the recently concluded test at Galle to provide the 19th occasion of a batsman performing such a feat  scoring 150 plus runs in an innings in the annals of test cricket. All such occasions are tabulated below

No Player Runs Total Inns Team Oppn Ground Match Date
1 Mudassar Nazar 152* 323 1 Pak v Ind Lahore 23 Jan 1983
2 GA Gooch 154* 252 3 Eng v Win Leeds 06 Jun 1991
3 L Hutton 156* 272 2 Eng v Aus Adelaide 02 Feb 1951
4 GW Flower 156* 321 1 Zim v Pak Bulawayo 14 Mar 1998
5 FDM Karunaratne 158* 287 1 Srl v SAF Galle 12 Jul 2018
6 WW Armstrong 159* 309 3 Aus v SAF Johannesburg 18 Oct 1902
7 IR Redpath 159* 346 3 Aus v NZl Auckland 22 Mar 1974
8 TMK Mawoyo 163* 412 1 Zim v Pak Bulawayo 01 Sep 2011
9 CH Gayle 165* 317 3 Win v Aus Adelaide 04 Dec 2009
10 MA Taylor 169* 350 2 Aus v SAF Adelaide 30 Jan 1998
11 Saeed Anwar 188* 316 3 Pak v Ind Kolkata 16 Feb 1999
12 FMM Worrell 191* 372 2 Win v Eng Nottingham 04 Jul 1957
13 W Bardsley 193* 383 1 Aus v Eng Lord’s 26 Jun 1926
14 V Sehwag 201* 329 1 Ind v Srl Galle 31 Jul 2008
15 L Hutton 202* 344 2 Eng v Win The Oval 12 Aug 1950
16 WA Brown 206* 422 2 Aus v Eng Lord’s 24 Jun 1938
17 MS Atapattu 216* 428 2 Srl v Zim Bulawayo 18 Nov 1999
18 GM Turner 223* 386 2 NZl v Win Kingston 16 Feb 1972
19 AN Cook 244* 491 2 Eng v Aus Melbourne 26 Dec 2017

 

 

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