Nineties by batsmen on four or more occasions in Indian Premier League

Nineties by batsmen on four or more occasions in Indian Premier League

S Dhawan of Delhi scored 92 against Punjab at Mumbai on 18.04.21 in the ongoing IPL to provide the 67th occasion of a batsman scoring ninety in the history of IPL. It also provides the fourth occasion of S Dhawan scoring ninety in IPL. He became the third batsman in the history of IPL to score ninety on four or more occasions. Others are – DA Warner {05} and CH Gayle {04}. The following table lists the nineties scored by these three batsmen.

NoPlayerRunsTeamOppGroundDate
1DA Warner90SunCheRanchi22.05.14
2DA Warner91SunKolVizag22.04.15
3DA Warner90*SunMumHyd-RGS18.04.16
4DA Warner92SunBanHyd-RGS30.04.16
5DA Warner93*SunGujDelhi27.05.16
       
1CH Gayle92*BanMumBangalore04.04.13
2CH Gayle96BanKolKolkata11.04.15
3CH Gayle99*PunBanMohali13.04.19
4CH Gayle99PunRajA Dhabi30.10.20
       
1S Dhawan95*DecPunDharamsala21.05.11
2S Dhawan92*SunDelDelhi10.05.18
3S Dhawan97*DelKolKolkata12.04.19
4S Dhawan92DelPunMumbai18.04.21
Teams playing with less than four overseas cricketers in Indian Premier League

Teams playing with less than four overseas cricketers in Indian Premier League

There have been nine instances recorded in IPL history when a team has played with less than four overseas cricketers in their Playing Eleven including today’s game between Royal Challengers and Kolkata Knight Riders at Chennai on 18 Apr 2021 in which Royal Challengers played with three cricketers
 
1. Season 1: 3rd match: Delhi Daredevils v Rajasthan Royals at Delhi, Apr 19, 2008.
Rajasthan Royals played with three overseas cricketers- Shane Watson, Darren Lehmann and Shane Warne.
 
2. Season 1: 56th match: Kings XI Punjab v Rajasthan Royals at Mohali, May 28, 2008
Rajasthan Royals played with three overseas cricketers- Shane Watson, Younis Khan and Kamran Akmal.
 
3. Season 3: 2nd match: Mumbai Indians v Rajasthan Royals at Mum-BS, Mar 13, 2010
Mumbai Indians played with three overseas cricketers – Sanath Jayasuriya, Ryan McLaren, and Lasith Malinga.
 
4. Season 4: Chennai Super Kings v Kolkata Knight Riders at Chennai, Apr 8, 2011
Kolkata Knight Riders played with two overseas cricketers – Jacques Kallis and Eoin Morgan.
 
5. Season 4: 6th match: Kolkata Knight Riders v Deccan Chargers at Kolkata, Apr 11, 2011
KKR fielded played with three overseas cricketers – Ryan ten Doeschate, Jacques Kallis and Eoin Morgan
 
6. Season 5: 28th match: Mumbai Indians v Kings XI Punjab at Mumbai, Apr 22, 2012
Mumbai Indians played with three overseas cricketers – Thisara Perera, James Franklin, and Kieron Pollard.
 
7. Season 9: 32nd match: Kolkata Knight Riders v Kings XI Punjab at Kolkata, May 4, 2016
Kings XI Punjab played with three overseas cricketers – Marcus Stoinis, Glenn Maxwell and David Miller.
 
8. Season 10 ; 47th match : Gujarat lions v King’s XI Punjab, at Mohali,  May 7, 2017.
Gujarat lions played with three overseas cricketers – Dwayne Smith, Aaron Finch and James Faulkner
 
9. Season 14 : 10th match : Royal Challengers Bangalore v Kolkata Knight Riders at Chennai on Apr 18, 2021
Royal Challengers Bangalore played with three overseas cricketers – GJ Maxwell, AB de Villiers and K Jamieson
Hit wicket dismissals in Indian Premier League

Hit wicket dismissals in Indian Premier League

JM Bairstow of Sunrisers was dismissed hit wicket for 43 against Mumbai at Chennai on 17.04.21 to provide the 13th occasion of a batsman dismissed hit wicket in Indian Premier League. All such occasions are tabulated below

NoBatsmanRTeamOppGroundDate
1MA Khote08MumPunMohali25.04.08
2Misbah-ul-Haq21BanPunMohali12.05.08
3SA Asnodkar10RajCheCenturion30.04.09
4RA Jadeja48CheDecVizag07.04.12
5SS Tiwary21BanMumBangalore14.05.12
6Yuvraj Singh39SunMumVizag08.05.16
7DJ Hooda10SunDelHyd-RGS12.05.16
8DA Warner52SunPunMohali15.05.16
9SP Jackson10KolRPunKolkata03.05.17
10R Prayag47RajKolKolkata25.04.19
11HH Pandya18MumKolA Dhabi23.09.20
12Rashid Khan14SunCheDub-DSC13.10.20
13JM Bairstow43SunMumChennai17.04.21

DA Warner of Sunrisers is the only captain dismissed hit wicket in Indian Premier League. He was dismissed hit wicket for 52 against Punjab at Mohali on 15.05.16. He also remains the only batsman and captain to be dismissed hit wicket after scoring fifty in IPL

NoBatsmanRTeamOppGroundDate
1DA Warner52SunPunMohali15.05.16

JM Bairstow of Sunrisers was dismissed hit wicket for 43 against Mumbai at Chennai on 17.04.21 to provide the second occasion of a wicket keeper batsman dismissed hit wicket in Indian Premier League. Both the occasions are tabulated below

NoBatsmanRTeamOpGroundDate
1SP Jackson10KolRPunKolkata03.05.17
2JM Bairstow43SunMumChennai17.04.21

He also became the the fifth Sunrisers batsman dismissed hit wicket in Indian Premier League. All such occasions are tabulated below

NoBatsmanRTeamOppGroundDate
1Yuvraj Singh39SunMumVizag08.05.16
2DJ Hooda10SunDelHyd-RGS12.05.16
3DA Warner52SunPunMohali15.05.16
4Rashid Khan14SunCheDub-DSC13.10.20
5JM Bairstow43SunMumChennai17.04.21
Huge error in Statistics on MS Dhoni by Statistician of Star Sports

Huge error in Statistics on MS Dhoni by Statistician of Star Sports

I got a message on Whatsapp that MS Dhoni has played 200 IPL games for CSK from Sunil, an ardent follower of the game. I queried him as who gave him the stats. He replied me that he saw the stats on Star TV telecast during the game between Chennai Super Kings and Punjab Kings played at Mumbai

Myself being one of the Senior Cricket statistician in the country and following IPL games closely, noted that something amiss at the stats and checked the veracity of the stats.

Chennai Super Kings has played 181 IPL games so far including yesterday’s game. So the question of MS Dhoni appearing in 200 IPL games does not arise at all

https://stats.espncricinfo.com/ci/engine/records/team/results_summary.html?id=117;type=trophy

Further MS Dhoni has played 206 IPL games including yesterday’s game. He has represented two teams – Chennai Super Kings and Rising Pune Supergiants

https://stats.espncricinfo.com/ci/engine/records/individual/most_matches_career.html?id=117;type=trophy

He has played 176 games representing Chennai Super Kings and 30 games representing Rising Pune Supergiants

https://stats.espncricinfo.com/ci/engine/records/individual/most_matches_career.html?id=117;team=4343;type=trophy

https://stats.espncricinfo.com/ci/engine/records/individual/most_matches_career.html?id=117;team=5843;type=trophy

He has captained 190 games in IPL. He has captained Chennai Super Kings on 176 occasions and captained Rising Pune Supergiants on 14 occasions.

https://stats.espncricinfo.com/ci/engine/records/individual/most_matches_as_captain.html?id=117;team=4343;type=trophy

https://stats.espncricinfo.com/ci/engine/records/individual/most_matches_as_captain.html?id=117;team=5843;type=trophy

It’s a huge error on the part of the Star Sports Statistician. I think someone concerned will take care of such huge errors in future. In the past also there were some serious errors were flashed on the screen.

HR Gopalakrishna : Cricket Statistician : Bangalore

Centurions in T20 Internationals – Babar Azam of Pakistan joins the list

Centurions in T20 Internationals – Babar Azam of Pakistan joins the list

Babar Azam of Pakistan scored 122 against South Africa at Centurion on 14.04.21 to provide the 59th occasion of a batsman scoring a century in the history of Twenty20 Internationals. All such occasions are tabulated below. It also provides the tenth occasion of a captain scoring a century in Twenty 20 Internationals.

NoPlayerRunsITeamOppGroundStart Date
1CH Gayle1171WinRSAJo’burg11 Sep 2007
2BB McCullum116*1NZlAusChristchurch28 Feb 2010
3SK Raina1011IndRSAGros Islet02 May 2010
4M Jayawardene1001SrlZimProvidence03 May 2010
5TM Dilshan104*1SrlAusPallekele06 Aug 2011
6RE Levi117*2RSANZlHamilton19 Feb 2012
7RD Berrington1001ScoBanThe Hague24 Jul 2012
8BB McCullum1231NZlBanPallekele21 Sep 2012
9MJ Guptill101*2NZlRSAE London23 Dec 2012
10AJ Finch1561AusEngSouthampton29 Aug 2013
11AD Hales116*2EngSrlChattogram27 Mar 2014
12A Shehzad111*1PakBanDhaka30 Mar 2014
13F du Plessis1191RSAWinJo’burg11 Jan 2015
14MN van Wyk114*1RSAWinDurban14 Jan 2015
15RG Sharma1061IndRSADharamsala02 Oct 2015
16Mohd Shahzad118*1AfgZimSharjah10 Jan 2016
17SR Watson124*1AusIndSydney31 Jan 2016
18Babar Hayat1222HKGOmanFatullah19 Feb 2016
19Tamim Iqbal103*1BanOmanDharamsala13 Mar 2016
20CH Gayle100*2WinEngMumbai16 Mar 2016
21E Lewis1001WinIndLauderhill27 Aug 2016
22KL Rahul110*2IndWinLauderhill27 Aug 2016
23GJ Maxwell145*1AusSrlPallekele06 Sep 2016
24C Munro1011NZlBanMt Maunganui06 Jan 2017
25S Anwar117*1UAEPNG.Abu Dhabi14 Apr 2017
26E Lewis125*2WinIndKingston09 Jul 2017
27DA Miller101*1RSABanPotchefstroom29 Oct 2017
28C Munro109*1NZlIndRajkot04 Nov 2017
29RG Sharma1181IndSrlIndore22 Dec 2017
30C Munro1041NZlWinMt Maunganui03 Jan 2018
31GJ Maxwell103*2AusEngHobart07 Feb 2018
32MJ Guptill1051NZlAusAuckland16 Feb 2018
33AJ Finch1721AusZimHarare03 Jul 2018
34KL Rahul101*2IndEngManchester03 Jul 2018
35RG Sharma100*2IndEngBristol08 Jul 2018
36RG Sharma111*1IndWinLucknow06 Nov 2018
37R Sandaruwan1032KuwBahAl Amerat23 Jan 2019
38H Zazai162*1AfgIreDehradun23 Feb 2019
39GJ Maxwell113*2AusIndBengaluru27 Feb 2019
40TP Ura107*1PNGPhiP Moresby23 Mar 2019
41Awais Ahmed102*1ESPMalCartagena30 Mar 2019
42R Singh1011CanCIsS Parish18 Aug 2019
43JP Kotze101*1NamBotWindhoek20 Aug 2019
44S Periyalwar105*1RomTurIlfov County29 Aug 2019
45S Wick’sekara104*1CZRTurIlfov County30 Aug 2019
46Bilal Zalmai111*1AutCze.Ilfov County01 Sep 2019
47HG Munsey127*1ScoNetDublin-M16 Sep 2019
48P Khadka106*2NepSinSingapore28 Sep 2019
49PK Matautaava1031VanMalK Lumpur01 Oct 2019
50KJ O’Brien1241IreHKGAl Amerat07 Oct 2019
51LA Dunbar104*1SerBulCorfu14 Oct 2019
52S Davizi1011CZRMalMarsa20 Oct 2019
53DA Warner100*1AusSrlAdelaide27 Oct 2019
54DJ Malan103*1EngNZlNapier08 Nov 2019
55G Malla1071NepBhuKirtipur05 Dec 2019
56Shaheryar Butt125*1BelCZRWalferdange29 Aug 2020
57GD Phillips1081NZlWinMt Maunganui29 Nov 2020
58Mohd Rizwan104*1PakRSALahore11 Feb 2021
59Babar Azam1222PakRSACenturion14 Apr 2021
        
NoPlayerRunsITeamOppGroundStart Date
1TM Dilshan104*1SrlAusPallekele06 Aug 2011
2F du Plessis1191RSAWinJo’burg11 Jan 2015
3SR Watson124*1AusIndSydney31 Jan 2016
4RG Sharma1181IndSrlIndore22 Dec 2017
5AJ Finch1721AusZimHarare03 Jul 2018
6RG Sharma111*1IndWinLucknow06 Nov 2018
7P Khadka106*2NepSinSingapore28 Sep 2019
8G Malla1071NepBhuKirtipur05 Dec 2019
9Shaheryar Butt125*1BelCZRWalferdange29 Aug 2020
10Babar Azam1222PakRSACenturion14 Apr 2021

The following table lists the batsmen who have scored centuries on two or more occasions. RG Sharma of India owns rhe record for most centuries – four. He is followed by C Munro and GJ Maxwell who have scored three centuries. AJ Finch remains the only batsman in the history of T20Is to score 150 plus runs on two occasions. RG Sharma is the only captain to score centuries on two occasions.

NoPlayerRunsITeamOppGroundStart Date
1RG Sharma1061IndRSADharamsala02 Oct 2015
2RG Sharma1181IndSrlIndore22 Dec 2017
3RG Sharma100*2IndEngBristol08 Jul 2018
4RG Sharma111*1IndWinLucknow06 Nov 2018
        
1C Munro1011NZlBanMt Maunganui06 Jan 2017
2C Munro109*1NZlIndRajkot04 Nov 2017
3C Munro1041NZlWinMt Maunganui03 Jan 2018
        
1GJ Maxwell145*1AusSrlPallekele06 Sep 2016
2GJ Maxwell103*2AusEngHobart07 Feb 2018
3GJ Maxwell113*2AusIndBengaluru27 Feb 2019
        
1AJ Finch1561AusEngSouthampton29 Aug 2013
2AJ Finch1721AusZimHarare03 Jul 2018
        
1BB McCullum116*1NZlAusChristchurch28 Feb 2010
2BB McCullum1231NZlBanPallekele21 Sep 2012
        
1CH Gayle1171WinRSAJo’burg11 Sep 2007
2CH Gayle100*2WinEngMumbai16 Mar 2016
        
1E Lewis1001WinIndLauderhill27 Aug 2016
2E Lewis125*2WinIndKingston09 Jul 2017
        
1KL Rahul110*2IndWinLauderhill27 Aug 2016
2KL Rahul101*2IndEngManchester03 Jul 2018
        
1MJ Guptill101*2NZlRSAE London23 Dec 2012
2MJ Guptill1051NZlAusAuckland16 Feb 2018
        
NoPlayerRunsITeamOppGroundStart Date
1RG Sharma1181IndSrlIndore22 Dec 2017
2RG Sharma111*1IndWinLucknow06 Nov 2018

Babar Azam became the third Pakistan batsman and the first Pakistan captain to score century in Twenty20 Internationals. All such occasions are tabulated below.Babar Azam’s 122  is the highest score for Pakistan in T20Is.

NoPlayerRunsITeamOppGroundStart Date
1A Shehzad111*1PakBanDhaka30 Mar 2014
2Mohd Rizwan104*1PakRSALahore11 Feb 2021
3Babar Azam1222PakRSACenturion14 Apr 2021
        
NoPlayerRunsITeamOppGroundStart Date
1Babar Azam1222PakRSACenturion14 Apr 2021
AD Russell and DA Warner reach personal milestones in Twenty20 games

AD Russell and DA Warner reach personal milestones in Twenty20 games

AD Russell became the tenth cricketer in the history of Twenty20 games to appear in 350 plus T20 games. His 350th T20 game was the IPL game against Mumbai Indiana at Chennai on 13.04.21. The following table lists all the 31 cricketers who have played 300 plus T20 games. AD Russell made his 350th T20 appearance memorable by capturing five wickets conceding 15 runs.

NoPlayerMatRunsHSCW5CtSt
1KA Pollard53610641104129303020
2DJ Bravo475633770*051622310
3CH Gayle41713760175*22800920
4Shoaib Malik4171048895*015121660
5RS Bopara3727384105*123411250
6BB McCullum3709922158*70015314
7RNT Doeschate3697524121*211401310
8Sohail Tanvir355235160*03682620
9SP Narine35125067903901760
10AD Russell3505887121*231411600

DA Warner became the 31st cricketer in the history of Twenty20 games to appear in 300 plus T20 games. His 300th T20 game was the IPL game against Royal Challengers Bangalore at Chennai on 14.04.21. The following table lists all the 31 cricketers who have played 300 plus T20 games. DA Warrner made his 300th T20 appearance memorable by scoring 54 – his 53rd fifty and 49th half  century in IPL. It also represents 89th  fifty and  81st half century in T20 games.

NoPlayerMatRunsHSCW5CtSt
1KA Pollard53610641104129303020
2DJ Bravo475633770*051622310
3CH Gayle41713760175*22800920
4Shoaib Malik4171048895*015121660
5RS Bopara3727384105*123411250
6BB McCullum3709922158*70015314
7RNT Doeschate3697524121*211401310
8Sohail Tanvir355235160*03682620
9SP Narine35125067903901760
10AD Russell3505887121*231411600
11DT Christian3495173129225921530
12RG Sharma345912711862901380
13DR Smith3377870110*511001410
14MS Dhoni332682184*00018584
15DA Miller3297174120*3002141
16AB de Villiers3279160133*421718
17Shahid Afridi326439510113442970
18SK Raina3258548126*45401650
19LJ Wright3257998153*7790970
20DJG Sammy320391871*016011230
21AJ Finch31997181728701400
22JA Morkel319424873*02480710
23S Al Hasan319509286*03624810
24Mohd Hafeez3146984102*21770990
25EJG Morgan31469219101380
26KD Karthik312609097*01019060
27GJ Maxwell3086772145*311001580
28Imran Tahir3072692303842680
29V Kohli30697971135801330
30SR Patel305523990*02470900
31DA Warner3009881135*8001450
Some strange coincidences in IPL 2021

Some strange coincidences in IPL 2021

Cricket matches are known to throw coincidences of figures very often when comparisons are made. This year’s ongoing IPL 2021 has not belied this and has thrown the following coincidence
In each of the six matches played upto 14.04.21, at least one team has lost a wicket on the final ball of the innings that is the delivery 19.6. The match between Rajasthan Royals and Punjab Kings at Mumbai on 12.04.01 witnessed both teams losing a wicket on the final ball of its innings.
Indian Premier League, 2021, 1st match
Mumbai Indians v Royal Challengers Bangalore
MA Chidambaram Stadium, Chepauk, Chennai, 9 April 2021
Mumbai RD Chahar run out (Kohli/de Villiers) 0      
9-159 (Chahar, 19.6 ov).
 
Indian Premier League, 2021, 2nd match
Chennai Super Kings v Delhi Capitals
Wankhede Stadium, Mumbai, 10 April 2021
Chennai SM Curran b Woakes 34    
7-188 (Curran,19.6 ov).
 
Indian Premier League, 2021, 3rd match
Sunrisers Hyderabad v Kolkata Knight Riders
MA Chidambaram Stadium, Chepauk, Chennai, 11 April 2021
Kolkata Shakib Al Hasan c Abdul Samad b Kumar 3      
6-187 (Shakib Al Hasan, 19.6 ov).
 
Indian Premier League, 2021, 4th match
Rajasthan Royals v Punjab Kings
Wankhede Stadium, Mumbai, 12 April 2021
Punjab JA Richardson c Morris b Sakariya 0      
6-221 (Richardson, 19.6 ov).
Rajasthan *+SV Samson c Hooda b Arshdeep Singh 119     
7-217 (Samson,  19.6 ov).
 
Indian Premier League, 2021, 5th match
Kolkata Knight Riders v Mumbai Indians
MA Chidambaram Stadium, Chepauk, Chennai, 13 April 2021
Mumbai RD Chahar c Shubman Gill b Russell 8      
10-152 (Chahar, 19.6 ov).
Indian Premier League, 2021, 6th match
Royal Challengers Bangalore v Sunrisers Hyderabad
MA Chidambaram Stadium, Chepauk, Chennai, 14 April 2021
RCB  G Maxwell c Saha b J Holder 59      
8-149 (G Maxwell, 19.6 ov).
 
Batsmen’s century in losing cause in Indian Premier League

Batsmen’s century in losing cause in Indian Premier League

SV Samson of Rajasthan scored 119 against Punjab at Mumbai on 12.04.21. Rajasthan lost the game by four runs. He  became the 14th  batsman to to witness the century in a losing cause in the history of  Indian Premier League. All such occasions are tabulated below.

No BatsmanRunsTeamOppositionVenueDate
1 A Symonds117*DeccanRajasthanHyd-RGS24.04.08
2 YK Pathan100RajasthanMumbaiMum-BS13.03.10
3 SR Tendulkar100*MumbaiKochiMumbai15.04.11
4 WP Saha115*PunjabKolkataBangalore01.06.14
5 V Kohli100*BangaloreGujaratRajkot24.04.16
6 SPD Smith101Ris PuneGujaratPune-MCA29.04.16
7 HM Amla104*PunjabMumbaiIndore20.04.17
8 RR Pant128*DelhiSunrisersDelhi10.05.18
9 SV Samson102*RajasthanSunrisersHyd-RGS29.03.19
10 KL Rahul100*PunjabMumbaiMumbai10.04.19
11 AM Rahane105*RajasthanDelhiJaipur22.04.19
12 MA Agaarwal106PunjabRajasthanSharjah27.09.20
13 S Dhawan106*DelhiPunjabDub-DSC20.10.20
14 SV Samson119RajasthanPunjabMumbai12.04.21

He also became the third captain in the history of IPL to witness a century in a losing cause. Others are – SR Tendulkar and V Kohli. All the three occasions are tabulated below

NoBatsmanRunsTeamOppositionVenueDate
1Tendulkar100MumbaiKochiMumbai15.04.11
2V Kohli100*BangaloreGujaratRajkot24.04.16
3SV Samson119RajasthanPunjabMumbai12.04.21

He also became the fourth wicket keeper in the history of IPL to witness a century in a losing cause. Others are –WP Saha, RR Pant and KL Rahul All the four occasions are tabulated below

NoBatsmanRunsTeamOppositionVenueDate
1WP Saha115*PunjabKolkataBangalore01.06.14
2RR Pant128*DelhiSunrisersDelhi10.05.18
3KL Rahul100*PunjabMumbaiMumbai10.04.19
4SV Samson119RajasthanPunjabMumbai12.04.21

He also became the first captain-cum-wicket keeper in the history of IPL to witness a century in a losing cause.

Man of the Match Awards for a losing team’s cricketer in Indian Premier League-SV Samson joins the list

Man of the Match Awards for a losing team’s cricketer in Indian Premier League-SV Samson joins the list

SV Samson of Rajasthan was awarded the Man of the Match for his sterling knock of 119 against Punjab at Mumbai on 12.04.10 despite Rajasthan lost the game by four runs. He  became the 16th cricketer to be awarded the Man of the Match award when the team lost the game in the history of  Indian Premier League. All such occasions are tabulated below.

NoBatsmanTeamOppGroundDateBatBowlDis
1S GoswamiBanDelBangalore19.05.0852 02
2JA MorkelCheRajChennai24.05.08713/22 
3Yuvraj SinghPunBanDurban01.05.0950  
4A KumbleBanDecJo’burg24.05.09 4/16 
5YK PathanRajMumMumBS13.05.10100  
6Yuvraj SinghPuneDelhiMumbai17.04.1166*4/39 
7R SharmaPuneMumMumbai04.05.11 2/17 
8SP NarineKolPunKolkata15.04.12 5/19 
9DW SteynDecMumMumbai29.04.12 2/10 
10V KohliBanGujRajkot24.04.16100*  
11CJ MorrisDelGujDelhi27.05.1682*2/35 
12A ZampaRPunSunVizag10.05.16 6/19 
13HM AmlaPunSunMohali15.05.1696  
14AS RajpootPunSunHyd-RGS26.04.18085/14 
15S DhawanDelPunDub-DSC20.10.20106  
16SV SamsonRajPunMumbai12.04.10119  

SV Samson became the fourth cricketer to be awarded Man of the Match on a losing side when the batsman has scored a century. All such occasions are tabulated below. Others are – YK Pathan, V Kohli and S Dhawan.

NoBatsmanTeamOppGroundDateBat
1YK PathanRajMumMumBS13.05.10100
2V KohliBanGujRajkot24.04.16100*
3S DhawanDelPunDub-DSC20.10.20106
4SV SamsonRajPunMumbai12.04.10119
Pakistan opening batsmen scoring a fifty and a century in the same innings in one day internationals.

Pakistan opening batsmen scoring a fifty and a century in the same innings in one day internationals.

Pakistan openers Imam-ul-Haq {57} and Fakhar Zaman {101} scored fifty and a century  against South Africa at Centurion on 07.04.21 to provide the 23rd occasion of Pakistan opening batsmen scoring a fifty and a century in the same innings in one day internationals. The list includes seven occasions of both the openers scoring centuries in an innings. All such occasions are tabulated below

NoTeamIOppGroundDateCHC
1Pak1SrlAdelaide17 Feb 199020
2Pak1SrlSharjah04 Feb 199320
3Pak1SrlSharjah30 Oct 199320
4Pak1NZlRawalpindi07 Dec 200320
5Pak1BanLahore13 Apr 200820
6Pak1IndDhaka18 Mar 201220
7Pak1ZimBulawayo20 Jul 201820
8Pak1SrlMultan17 Jan 199211
9Pak2SrlGujranwala29 Sep 199511
10Pak2SrlSharjah12 Nov 199611
11Pak2NZlManchester16 Jun 199911
12Pak2NZlSharjah15 Apr 200211
13Pak1ZimBulawayo24 Nov 200211
14Pak1ZimHarare27 Nov 200211
15Pak2SrlKarachi20 Jan 200911
16Pak2ZimHarare11 Sep 201111
17Pak1IndKolkata03 Jan 201311
18Pak2BanDhaka04 Mar 201411
19Pak2IreAdelaide15 Mar 201511
20Pak1IndThe Oval18 Jun 201711
21Pak1ZimBulawayo13 Jul 201811
22Pak1ZimBulawayo22 Jul 201811
23Pak1RSACenturion07 Apr 202111