Test matches won by one wicket margin

The just concluded test between South Africa and Sri  Lanka at Durban was won by Sri Lanka by one wicket to provide the 13th occasion of a team winning a test by one wicket in the annals of test cricket. All such occasions are tabulated.

No Team Result Margin Opposition Ground Start Date
1 England won 1 wicket v Australia The Oval 11 Aug 1902
2 South Africa won 1 wicket v England Johannesburg 02 Jan 1906
3 England won 1 wicket v Australia Melbourne 01 Jan 1908
4 England won 1 wicket v South Africa Cape Town 01 Jan 1923
5 Australia won 1 wicket v West Indies Melbourne 31 Dec 1951
6 New Zealand won 1 wicket v West Indies Dunedin 08 Feb 1980
7 Pakistan won 1 wicket v Australia Karachi 28 Sep 1994
8 West Indies won 1 wicket v Australia Bridgetown 26 Mar 1999
9 West Indies won 1 wicket v Pakistan St John’s 25 May 2000
10 Pakistan won 1 wicket v Bangladesh Multan 03 Sep 2003
11 Sri Lanka won 1 wicket v South Africa Colombo (PSS) 04 Aug 2006
12 India won 1 wicket v Australia Mohali 01 Oct 2010
13 Sri Lanka won 1 wicket v South Africa Durban 13 Feb 2019

It also provides the second occasion of Sri Lanka winning a test by one wicket margin. Both the occasions are listed below

No Team Result Margin Opposition Ground Start Date
1 Sri Lanka won 1 wicket v South Africa Durban 13 Feb 2019
2 Sri Lanka won 1 wicket v South Africa Colombo (PSS) 04 Aug 2006

It also provides the third occasion of a team winning a test by one wicket against South Africa. All the three occasions are tabulated below

No Team Result Margin Opposition Ground Start Date
1 England won 1 wicket v South Africa Cape Town 01 Jan 1923
2 Sri Lanka won 1 wicket v South Africa Colombo (PSS) 04 Aug 2006
3 Sri Lanka won 1 wicket v South Africa Durban 13 Feb 2019

Sri Lanka became the fourth team to win a test by one wicket margin on two occasions. Others are – England {03}, Pakistan {02} and West Indies {02}

No Team Result Margin Opposition Ground Start Date
1 England won 1 wicket v Australia The Oval 11 Aug 1902
2 England won 1 wicket v South Africa Cape Town 01 Jan 1923
3 England won 1 wicket v Australia Melbourne 01 Jan 1908
             
1 Pakistan won 1 wicket v Bangladesh Multan 03 Sep 2003
2 Pakistan won 1 wicket v Australia Karachi 28 Sep 1994
             
1 Sri Lanka won 1 wicket v South Africa Durban 13 Feb 2019
2 Sri Lanka won 1 wicket v South Africa Colombo (PSS) 04 Aug 2006
             
1 West Indies won 1 wicket v Australia Bridgetown 26 Mar 1999
2 West Indies won 1 wicket v Pakistan St John’s 25 May 2000

South African soil has witnessed three tests won by one wicket margin. All such occasions are tabulated below

No Team Result Margin Opposition Ground Start Date
1 South Africa won 1 wicket v England Johannesburg 02 Jan 1906
2 England won 1 wicket v South Africa Cape Town 01 Jan 1923
3 Sri Lanka won 1 wicket v South Africa Durban 13 Feb 2019

Batsmen scoring 150 plus runs in the fourth innings of a test in a winning cause

MDLJ Perera of Sri Lanka scored 153 not out against South Africa in the just concluded test at Durban to provide the eleventh occasion of a batsman scoring 150 plus runs  in the fourth innings of a test in a winning cause. All such occasions are tabulated below

No Player Runs Inns Team Opp Ground Start Date
1 J Darling 160 4 Aus Eng Sydney 26 Feb 1898
2 AR Morris 182 4 Aus Eng Leeds 22 Jul 1948
3 DG Bradman 173* 4 Aus Eng Leeds 22 Jul 1948
4 RN Harvey 151* 4 Aus SAF Durban 20 Jan 1950
5 SM Nurse 168 4 Win NZl Auckland 27 Feb 1969
6 CG Greenidge 214* 4 Win Eng Lord’s 28 Jun 1984
7 BC Lara 153* 4 Win Aus Bridgetown 26 Mar 1999
8 MA Butcher 173* 4 Eng Aus Leeds 16 Aug 2001
9 GC Smith 154* 4 SAF Eng Birmingham 30 Jul 2008
10 Younis Khan 171* 4 Pak Srl Pallekele 03 Jul 2015
11 MDKJ Perera 153* 4 Srl SAF Durban 13 Feb 2019

200 plus runs partnerships in Irani Trophy

GH Vihari and AM Rahane of Rest of India added 229 runs for the third wicket against Vidarbha in the ongoing Irani Trophy to provide the 17th occasion of batsmen posting 200 plus runs partnership in Irani Trophy. All such occasions are tabulated below

No Partners Runs Wkt Team Opposition Ground Match Date
1 RJ Shastri, PK Amre 327 4th Rest of Ind v Bengal Bengaluru 02 Nov 1990
2 CA Pujara, WP Saha 316* 5th Rest of Ind v Gujarat Mumbai (BS) 20 Jan 2017
3 A Mukund, S Dhawan 310 1st Rest of Ind v Rajasthan Jaipur 01 Oct 2011
4 W Jaffer, Ganesh Satish 289 3rd Vidarbha v Rest of Ind Nagpur 14 Mar 2018
5 AV Mankad, AL Wadekar 250 2nd Bombay v Rest of Ind Kolkata 19 Dec 1970
6 AD Jadeja, N Kapil Dev 239 5th Haryana v Rest of Ind Faridabad 02 Oct 1991
7 GH Vihari, AM Rahane 229 3rd Rest of Ind v Vidarbha Nagpur 12 Feb 2019
8 A Mukund, M Vijay 227 1st Rest of Ind v Mumbai Nagpur 01 Oct 2009
9 R Dravid, Vijay Yadav 224 6th Rest of Ind v Bombay Mumbai 12 Oct 1994
10 DB Vengsarkar, Yashpal Sharma 222 4th Rest of Ind v Karnataka Bengaluru 16 Sep 1978
11 S Amarnath, S Madanlal 219 7th Delhi v Rest of Ind Delhi 23 Oct 1980
12 VVS Laxman, D Mongia 217 4th Rest of Ind v Baroda Nagpur 13 Oct 2001
13 GH Vihari, J Yadav 216 7th Rest of Ind v Vidarbha Nagpur 14 Mar 2018
14 PK Amre, N Mongia 206 5th Rest of Ind v Bengal Bengaluru 02 Nov 1990
15 WV Raman, VG Kambli 202 2nd Rest of Ind v Haryana Faridabad 02 Oct 1991
16 VVS Laxman, M Kaif 201 4th Rest of Ind v Mumbai Mumbai 13 Oct 2000
17 PA Patel, MK Tiwary 201 5th Rest of Ind v Mumbai Rajkot 06 Oct 2007

It also provides the 13th occasion of Rest of India batsmen posting a 200 plus runs partnership in Irani Trophy. All such occasions are tabulated below

No Partners Runs Wkt Team Opposition Ground Match Date
1 RJ Shastri, PK Amre 327 4th Rest of Ind v Bengal Bengaluru 02 Nov 1990
2 CA Pujara, WP Saha 316* 5th Rest of Ind v Gujarat Mumbai (BS) 20 Jan 2017
3 A Mukund, S Dhawan 310 1st Rest of Ind v Rajasthan Jaipur 01 Oct 2011
4 GH Vihari, AM Rahane 229 3rd Rest of Ind v Vidarbha Nagpur 12 Feb 2019
5 A Mukund, M Vijay 227 1st Rest of Ind v Mumbai Nagpur 01 Oct 2009
6 R Dravid, Vijay Yadav 224 6th Rest of Ind v Bombay Mumbai 12 Oct 1994
7 DB Vengsarkar, Yashpal Sharma 222 4th Rest of Ind v Karnataka Bengaluru 16 Sep 1978
8 VVS Laxman, D Mongia 217 4th Rest of Ind v Baroda Nagpur 13 Oct 2001
9 GH Vihari, J Yadav 216 7th Rest of Ind v Vidarbha Nagpur 14 Mar 2018
10 PK Amre, N Mongia 206 5th Rest of Ind v Bengal Bengaluru 02 Nov 1990
11 WV Raman, VG Kambli 202 2nd Rest of Ind v Haryana Faridabad 02 Oct 1991
12 VVS Laxman, M Kaif 201 4th Rest of Ind v Mumbai Mumbai 13 Oct 2000
13 PA Patel, MK Tiwary 201 5th Rest of Ind v Mumbai Rajkot 06 Oct 2007

It also provides the second occasion of batsmen posting a 200 plus runs partnership in Irani Trophy. Both the occasions are listed below

No Partners Runs Wkt Team Opposition Ground Match Date
1 W Jaffer, Ganesh Satish 289 3rd Vidarbha v Rest of Ind Nagpur 14 Mar 2018
2 GH Vihari, AM Rahane 229 3rd Rest of Ind v Vidarbha Nagpur 12 Feb 2019

It represents the record partnership for the third wicket by Rest of India batsmen. The previous best was the 193 runs partnership between Venkat Sunderam and P Sharma against Bombay at Mumbai in Jan 1978. It is interesting to note that 193 runs partnership between Venkat Sunderam and P Sharma stood as a record for 41 years

No Partners Runs Wkt Team Opposition Ground Match Date
1 GH Vihari, AM Rahane 229 3rd Rest of Ind v Vidarbha Nagpur 12 Feb 2019
2 V Sunderam, P Sharma 193 3rd Rest of Ind v Bombay Mumbai 27 Jan 1978

Cricketers who have scored fifty and captured four or more wickets in one day internationals – more combinations

AL Phehlukwayo of South Africa scored 69 not out and captured 4 for 22 against Pakistan on 22.01.19 to provide the 63rd occasion of a cricketer scoring fifty plus runs and capturing four or more wickets in a one-day internationals. Fifty and five or more wickets combination is furnished below

No Player Team Opp Runs W-R Ground Date WC
1 Richards IVA Win NZl 119 5-41 Carisbrook 18.03.87  
2 Srikkanth K Ind NZl 70 5-27 Vizag 10.12.88  
3 Waugh ME Aus Win 57 5-24 Melbourne 15.12.92  
4 Klusener L RSA Pak 54 6-49 Lahore 06.11.97  
5 Abdul Razzaq Pak Aus 70* 5-48 Hobart 21.01.00  
6 Hick GA Eng Zim 80 5-33 Harare 20.02.00  
7 Shahid Afridi Pak Eng 61 5-40 Lahore 27.10.00  
8 Ganguly SC Ind Zim 71* 5-34 Kanpur 11.12.00  
9 Styris SB NZl Win 63* 6-25 Trinidad 12.06.02  
10 Irani RC Eng Ind 53 5-26 The Oval 09.07.02  
11 Gayle CH Win Aus 60 5-46 Grenada 01.06.03  
12 Collingwood PD Eng Ban 112 6-31 Trent Bridge 21.06.05  
13 Dhaniram S Can Ber 79 5-32 King City 29.06.08  
14 Yuvraj Singh Ind Ire 50* 5-31 Bengaluru 06.03.11 WC
15 Shahid Afridi Pak Srl 75 5-35 Sharjah 20.11.11  
16 Shahid Afridi Pak Win 76 7-12 Providence 14.07.13  
17 Davey JH Sco Afg 53* 6-28 Abu Dhabi 14.01.15  
18 PR Stirling Ire Afg 95 6-55 Greater Noida 17.03.17  
19 Rohan Mustafa UAE PNG 109 5-25 Abu Dhabi 04.04.17  

Fifty and exact four wickets combination is listed below

No Player Team Opp Runs W-R Ground Date WC
1 Fletcher DAG Zim Eng 69* 4-42 Trent Bridge 09.06.83 WC
2 Waugh SR Aus Pak 82 4-48 Perth 02.01.87  
3 O’Donnell SP Aus Srl 57* 4-36 Melbourne 26.12.89  
4 Botham IT Eng Aus 53 4-31 Sydney 05.03.92 WC
5 Crocker GJ Zim Ind 50 4-26 Harare 25.10.92  
6 Aamir Sohail Pak Srl 85 4-22 Sharjah 12.10.95  
7 Pollock SM RSA Eng 66* 4-34 Cape Town 09.01.96  
8 Astle NJ NZl Pak 117 4-43 Mohali 09.05.97  
9 Tendulkar SR Ind Ban 141 4-38 Dhaka 28.10.98  
10 Ganguly SC Ind Srl 130* 4-21 Nagpur 22.03.99  
11 Johnson NC Zim Ken 59 4-42 Taunton 15.05.99 WC
12 Gayle CH Win NZl 67 4-54 St Vincent 16.06.02  
13 Jayasuriya ST Srl Aus 122 4-39 Sydney 09.01.03  
14 de Silva PA Srl Eng 51 4-30 Sydney 13.01.03  
15 Odumbe MO Ken Ban 52* 4-38 Johannesburg 01.03.03 WC
16 Kloppenburg JF Net Nam 121 4-42 Bloemfontein 03.03.03 WC
17 Flintoff A Eng Ban 55* 4-14 Chittagong 07.11.03  
18 Gayle CH Win Zim 112* 4-24 Harare 30.11.03  
19 Lehmann DS Aus Zim 67 4-07 Harare 27.05.04  
20 Shoaib Malik Pak HKG 118 4-19 Col-SSC 18.07.04  
21 Abdul Razzaq Pak Aus 63* 4-53 Perth 30.01.05  
22 Blignaut AM Zim NZl 50 4-46 Harare 31.08.05  
23 Watson SR Aus ICC 66* 4-39 Mel’one-CS 09.10.05  
24 Odoyo TM Ken Ban 84 4-36 Nairobi-G 13.08.06  
25 Collingwood PD Eng NZl 64 4-15 Ch-le-St 15.06.08  
26 Yuvraj Singh Ind Eng 118 4-28 Indore 17.11.08  
27 ten Doeschate RN Net Afg 58 4-35 Amstelveen 30.08.09  
28 Shakib Al Hasan Ban NZl 58 4-41 Mirpur 05.10.10  
29 Utseya P Zim Ban 67 4-38 Mirpur 06.12.10  
30 Dilshan TM Srl Zim 144 4-04 Pallekele 10.03.11 WC
31 Patel H Can Afg 62 4-28 King City 07.08.11  
32 Mohd Nabi Afg Can 58 4-31 King City 07.08.11  
33 Stokes BA Eng Aus 70 4-38 Perth 24.01.14  
34 Shakib Al Hasan Ban Zim 101 4-41 Chittagong 21.11.14  
35 Javed Ahmadi Afg Ire 81 4-37 Dubai 10.01.15  
36 Maxwell GJ Aus Eng 95 4-46 Perth 01.02.15  
37 Wahab Riaz Pak Zim 54* 4-45 Brisbane 01.03.15  
38 Rashid AU Eng NZl 69 4-55 Edgbaston 09.06.15  
39 Mohammad Hafeez Pak Srl 103 4-41 Dambulla 11.06.15  
40 CJ Chibhabha Zim Afg 53 4-25 Sharjah 04.01.16  
41 Rashid Khan Afg Ire 60* 4-21 Belfast 17.07.16  
42 JP Duminy RSA Ire 52* 4-16 Benoni 25.09.16  
43 KJ O’Brien Ire Afg 72* 4-26 Greater Noida 22.03.17  
44 AL Phehlukwayo RSA Pak 69* 4-22 Durban 22.01.19  

Cricketers who have scored fifty and captured four or more wickets in one-day internationals

AL Phehlukwayo of South Africa scored 69 not out and captured 4 for 22 against Pakistan on 22.01.19 to provide the 63rd occasion of a cricketer scoring fifty plus runs and capturing four or more wickets in a one-day internationals.

FIFTY PLUS FOUR OR MORE WICKETS IN ONE DAY GAMES

No Player Team Opp Runs W-R Ground Date WC
1 Fletcher DAG Zim Eng 69* 4-42 Trent Bridge 09.06.83 WC
2 Waugh SR Aus Pak 82 4-48 Perth 02.01.87  
3 Richards IVA Win NZl 119 5-41 Carisbrook 18.03.87  
4 Srikkanth K Ind NZl 70 5-27 Vizag 10.12.88  
5 O’Donnell SP Aus Srl 57* 4-36 Melbourne 26.12.89  
6 Botham IT Eng Aus 53 4-31 Sydney 05.03.92 WC
7 Crocker GJ Zim Ind 50 4-26 Harare 25.10.92  
8 Waugh ME Aus Win 57 5-24 Melbourne 15.12.92  
9 Aamir Sohail Pak Srl 85 4-22 Sharjah 12.10.95  
10 Pollock SM RSA Eng 66* 4-34 Cape Town 09.01.96  
11 Astle NJ NZl Pak 117 4-43 Mohali 09.05.97  
12 Klusener L RSA Pak 54 6-49 Lahore 06.11.97  
13 Tendulkar SR Ind Ban 141 4-38 Dhaka 28.10.98  
14 Ganguly SC Ind Srl 130* 4-21 Nagpur 22.03.99  
15 Johnson NC Zim Ken 59 4-42 Taunton 15.05.99 WC
16 Abdul Razzaq Pak Aus 70* 5-48 Hobart 21.01.00  
17 Hick GA Eng Zim 80 5-33 Harare 20.02.00  
18 Shahid Afridi Pak Eng 61 5-40 Lahore 27.10.00  
19 Ganguly SC Ind Zim 71* 5-34 Kanpur 11.12.00  
20 Styris SB NZl Win 63* 6-25 Trinidad 12.06.02  
21 Gayle CH Win NZl 67 4-54 St Vincent 16.06.02  
22 Irani RC Eng Ind 53 5-26 The Oval 09.07.02  
23 Jayasuriya ST Srl Aus 122 4-39 Sydney 09.01.03  
24 de Silva PA Srl Eng 51 4-30 Sydney 13.01.03  
25 Odumbe MO Ken Ban 52* 4-38 Johannesburg 01.03.03 WC
26 Kloppenburg JF Net Nam 121 4-42 Bloemfontein 03.03.03 WC
27 Gayle CH Win Aus 60 5-46 Grenada 01.06.03  
28 Flintoff A Eng Ban 55* 4-14 Chittagong 07.11.03  
29 Gayle CH Win Zim 112* 4-24 Harare 30.11.03  
30 Lehmann DS Aus Zim 67 4-07 Harare 27.05.04  
31 Shoaib Malik Pak HKG 118 4-19 Col-SSC 18.07.04  
32 Abdul Razzaq Pak Aus 63* 4-53 Perth 30.01.05  
33 Collingwood PD Eng Ban 112 6-31 Trent Bridge 21.06.05  
34 Blignaut AM Zim NZl 50 4-46 Harare 31.08.05  
35 Watson SR Aus ICC 66* 4-39 Mel’one-CS 09.10.05  
36 Odoyo TM Ken Ban 84 4-36 Nairobi-G 13.08.06  
37 Collingwood PD Eng NZl 64 4-15 Ch-le-St 15.06.08  
38 Dhaniram S Can Ber 79 5-32 King City 29.06.08  
39 Yuvraj Singh Ind Eng 118 4-28 Indore 17.11.08  
40 ten Doeschate RN Net Afg 58 4-35 Amstelveen 30.08.09  
41 Shakib Al Hasan Ban NZl 58 4-41 Mirpur 05.10.10  
42 Utseya P Zim Ban 67 4-38 Mirpur 06.12.10  
43 Yuvraj Singh Ind Ire 50* 5-31 Bengaluru 06.03.11 WC
44 Dilshan TM Srl Zim 144 4-04 Pallekele 10.03.11 WC
45 Patel H Can Afg 62 4-28 King City 07.08.11  
46 Mohd Nabi Afg Can 58 4-31 King City 07.08.11  
47 Shahid Afridi Pak Srl 75 5-35 Sharjah 20.11.11  
48 Shahid Afridi Pak Win 76 7-12 Providence 14.07.13  
49 Stokes BA Eng Aus 70 4-38 Perth 24.01.14  
50 Shakib Al Hasan Ban Zim 101 4-41 Chittagong 21.11.14  
51 Javed Ahmadi Afg Ire 81 4-37 Dubai 10.01.15  
52 Davey JH Sco Afg 53* 6-28 Abu Dhabi 14.01.15  
53 Maxwell GJ Aus Eng 95 4-46 Perth 01.02.15  
54 Wahab Riaz Pak Zim 54* 4-45 Brisbane 01.03.15  
55 Rashid AU Eng NZl 69 4-55 Edgbaston 09.06.15  
56 Mohammad Hafeez Pak Srl 103 4-41 Dambulla 11.06.15  
57 CJ Chibhabha Zim Afg 53 4-25 Sharjah 04.01.16  
58 Rashid Khan Afg Ire 60* 4-21 Belfast 17.07.16  
59 JP Duminy RSA Ire 52* 4-16 Benoni 25.09.16  
60 PR Stirling Ire Afg 95 6-55 Greater Noida 17.03.17  
61 KJ O’Brien Ire Afg 72* 4-26 Greater Noida 22.03.17  
62 Rohan Mustafa UAE PNG 109 5-25 Abu Dhabi 04.04.17  
63 AL Phehlukwayo RSA Pak 69* 4-22 Durban 22.01.19  

Team wise break up is tabulated below

No Player Team Opp Runs W-R Ground Date WC
1 Mohd Nabi Afg Can 58 4-31 King City 07.08.11  
2 Javed Ahmadi Afg Ire 81 4-37 Dubai 10.01.15  
3 Rashid Khan Afg Ire 60* 4-21 Belfast 17.07.16  
                 
1 Waugh ME Aus Win 57 5-24 Melbourne 15.12.92  
2 Lehmann DS Aus Zim 67 4-07 Harare 27.05.04  
3 O’Donnell SP Aus Srl 57* 4-36 Melbourne 26.12.89  
4 Watson SR Aus ICC 66* 4-39 Mel’one-CS 09.10.05  
5 Maxwell GJ Aus Eng 95 4-46 Perth 01.02.15  
6 Waugh SR Aus Pak 82 4-48 Perth 02.01.87  
                 
1 Shakib Al Hasan Ban NZl 58 4-41 Mirpur 05.10.10  
2 Shakib Al Hasan Ban Zim 101 4-41 Chittagong 21.11.14  
                 
1 Dhaniram S Can Ber 79 5-32 King City 29.06.08  
2 Patel H Can Afg 62 4-28 King City 07.08.11  
                 
1 Collingwood PD Eng Ban 112 6-31 Trent Bridge 21.06.05  
2 Irani RC Eng Ind 53 5-26 The Oval 09.07.02  
3 Hick GA Eng Zim 80 5-33 Harare 20.02.00  
4 Flintoff A Eng Ban 55* 4-14 Chittagong 07.11.03  
5 Collingwood PD Eng NZl 64 4-15 Ch-le-St 15.06.08  
6 Botham IT Eng Aus 53 4-31 Sydney 05.03.92 WC
7 Stokes BA Eng Aus 70 4-38 Perth 24.01.14  
8 Rashid AU Eng NZl 69 4-55 Edgbaston 09.06.05  
                 
1 Srikkanth K Ind NZl 70 5-27 Vizag 10.12.88  
2 Yuvraj Singh Ind Ire 50* 5-31 Bengaluru 06.03.11 WC
3 Ganguly SC Ind Zim 71* 5-34 Kanpur 11.12.00  
4 Ganguly SC Ind Srl 130* 4-21 Nagpur 22.03.99  
5 Yuvraj Singh Ind Eng 118 4-28 Indore 17.11.08  
6 Tendulkar SR Ind Ban 141 4-38 Dhaka 28.10.98  
                 
1 PR Stirling Ire Afg 95 6-55 Greater Noida 17.03.17  
2 KJ O’Brien Ire Afg 72* 4-26 Greater Noida 22.03.17  
                 
1 Odoyo TM Ken Ban 84 4-36 Nairobi-G 13.08.06  
2 Odumbe MO Ken Ban 52* 4-38 Johannesburg 01.03.03 WC
                 
1 ten Doeschate RN Net Afg 58 4-35 Amstelveen 30.08.09  
2 Kloppenburg JF Net Nam 121 4-42 Bloemfontein 03.03.03 WC
                 
1 Styris SB NZl Win 63* 6-25 Trinidad 12.06.02  
2 Astle NJ NZl Pak 117 4-43 Mohali 09.05.97  
                 
1 Shahid Afridi Pak Win 76 7-12 Providence 14.07.13  
2 Shahid Afridi Pak Srl 75 5-35 Sharjah 20.11.11  
3 Shahid Afridi Pak Eng 61 5-40 Lahore 27.10.00  
4 Abdul Razzaq Pak Aus 70* 5-48 Hobart 21.01.00  
5 Shoaib Malik Pak HKG 118 4-19 Col-SSC 18.07.04  
6 Aamir Sohail Pak Srl 85 4-22 Sharjah 12.10.95  
7 Abdul Razzaq Pak Aus 63* 4-53 Perth 30.01.05  
8 Wahab Riaz Pak Zim 54* 4-45 Brisbane 01.03.15  
9 Mohammad Hafeez Pak Srl 103 4-41 Dambulla 11.06.15  
                 
1 Klusener L RSA Pak 54 6-49 Lahore 06.11.97  
2 Pollock SM RSA Eng 66* 4-34 Cape Town 09.01.96  
3 JP Duminy RSA Ire 52* 4-16 Benoni 25.09.16  
4 AL Phehlukwayo RSA Pak 69* 4-22 Durban 22.01.19  
                 
1 Davey JH Sco Afg 53* 6-28 Abu Dhabi 14.01.15  
                 
1 Dilshan TM Srl Zim 144 4-04 Pallekele 10.03.11 WC
2 de Silva PA Srl Eng 51 4-30 Sydney 13.01.03  
3 Jayasuriya ST Srl Aus 122 4-39 Sydney 09.01.03  
                 
1 Rohan Mustafa UAE PNG 109 5-25 Abu Dhabi 04.04.17  
                 
1 Richards IVA Win NZl 119 5-41 Carisbrook 18.03.87  
2 Gayle CH Win Aus 60 5-46 Grenada 01.06.03  
3 Gayle CH Win Zim 112* 4-24 Harare 30.11.03  
4 Gayle CH Win NZl 67 4-54 St Vincent 16.06.02  
                 
1 Crocker GJ Zim Ind 50 4-26 Harare 25.10.92  
2 Utseya P Zim Ban 67 4-38 Mirpur 06.12.10  
3 Fletcher DAG Zim Eng 69* 4-42 Trent Bridge 09.06.83 WC
4 Johnson NC Zim Ken 59 4-42 Taunton 15.05.99 WC
5 Blignaut AM Zim NZl 50 4-46 Harare 31.08.05  
6 Chibhabha CJ Zim Afg 53 4-25 Sharjah 04.01.16  

Hundred and four wickets combination is listed below

No Player Team Opp Runs W-R Ground Date  
1 Richards IVA Win NZl 119 5-41 Carisbrook 18.03.87  
2 Astle NJ NZl Pak 117 4-43 Mohali 09.05.97  
3 Tendulkar SR Ind Ban 141 4-38 Dhaka 28.10.98  
4 Ganguly SC Ind Srl 130* 4-21 Nagpur 22.03.99  
5 Jayasuriya ST Srl Aus 122 4-39 Sydney 09.01.03  
6 Kloppenburg JF Net Nam 121 4-42 Bloemfontein 03.03.03 WC
7 Gayle CH Win Zim 112* 4-24 Harare 30.11.03  
8 Shoaib Malik Pak HKG 118 4-19 Col-SSC 18.07.04  
9 Collingwood PD Eng Ban 112 6-31 Trent Bridge 21.06.05  
10 Yuvraj Singh Ind Eng 118 4-28 Indore 17.11.08  
11 Dilshan TM Srl Zim 144 4-04 Pallekele 10.03.11 WC
12 Shakib Al Hasan Ban Zim 101 4-41 Chittagong 21.11.14  
13 Mohammad Hafeez Pak Srl 103 4-41 Dambulla 11.06.15  
14 Rohan Mustafa UAE PNG 109 5-25 Abu Dhabi 04.04.17  

Opposition wise break up is listed below

No Player Team Opp Runs W-R Ground Date WC
1 Davey JH Sco Afg 53* 6-28 Abu Dhabi 14.01.15  
2 Patel H Can Afg 62 4-28 King City 07.08.11  
3 ten Doeschate RN Net Afg 58 4-35 Amstelveen 30.08.09  
4 PR Stirling Ire Afg 95 6-55 Greater Noida 17.03.17  
5 PR Stirling Ire Afg 95 6-55 Greater Noida 17.03.17  
6 KJ O’Brien Ire Afg 72* 4-26 Greater Noida 22.03.17  
                 
1 Gayle CH Win Aus 60 5-46 Grenada 01.06.03  
2 Abdul Razzaq Pak Aus 70* 5-48 Hobart 21.01.00  
3 Botham IT Eng Aus 53 4-31 Sydney 05.03.92  
4 Stokes BA Eng Aus 70 4-38 Perth 24.01.14  
5 Jayasuriya ST Srl Aus 122 4-39 Sydney 09.01.03  
6 Abdul Razzaq Pak Aus 63* 4-53 Perth 30.01.05  
                 
1 Collingwood PD Eng Ban 112 6-31 Trent Bridge 21.06.05  
2 Flintoff A Eng Ban 55* 4-14 Chittagong 07.11.03  
3 Odoyo TM Ken Ban 84 4-36 Nairobi-G 13.08.06  
4 Utseya P Zim Ban 67 4-38 Mirpur 06.12.10  
5 Odumbe MO Ken Ban 52* 4-38 Johannesburg 01.03.03 WC
6 Tendulkar SR Ind Ban 141 4-38 Dhaka 28.10.98  
                 
1 Dhaniram S Can Ber 79 5-32 King City 29.06.08  
                 
1 Mohd Nabi Afg Can 58 4-31 King City 07.08.11  
                 
1 Shahid Afridi Pak Eng 61 5-40 Lahore 27.10.00  
2 Yuvraj Singh Ind Eng 118 4-28 Indore 17.11.08  
3 de Silva PA Srl Eng 51 4-30 Sydney 13.01.03  
4 Pollock SM RSA Eng 66* 4-34 Cape Town 09.01.96  
5 Fletcher DAG Zim Eng 69* 4-42 Trent Bridge 09.06.83 WC
6 Maxwell GJ Aus Eng 95 4-46 Perth 01.02.15  
                 
1 Shoaib Malik Pak HKG 118 4-19 Col-SSC 18.07.04  
                 
1 Watson SR Aus ICC 66* 4-39 Mel’one-CS 09.10.05  
                 
1 Irani RC Eng Ind 53 5-26 The Oval 09.07.02  
2 Crocker GJ Zim Ind 50 4-26 Harare 25.10.92  
                 
1 Yuvraj Singh Ind Ire 50* 5-31 Bengaluru 06.03.11 WC
2 Javed Ahmadi Afg Ire 81 4-37 Dubai 10.01.15  
3 Rashid Khan Afg Ire 60* 4-21 Belfast 17.07.16  
4 JP Duminy RSA Ire 52* 4-16 Benoni 25.09.16  
                 
1 Johnson NC Zim Ken 59 4-42 Taunton 15.05.99 WC
                 
1 Kloppenburg JF Net Nam 121 4-42 Bloemfontein 03.03.03 WC
                 
1 Srikkanth K Ind NZl 70 5-27 Vizag 10.12.88  
2 Richards IVA Win NZl 119 5-41 Carisbrook 18.03.87  
3 Collingwood PD Eng NZl 64 4-15 Ch-le-St 15.06.08  
4 Shakib Al Hasan Ban NZl 58 4-41 Mirpur 05.10.10  
5 Blignaut AM Zim NZl 50 4-46 Harare 31.08.05  
6 Gayle CH Win NZl 67 4-54 St Vincent 16.06.02  
                 
1 Klusener L RSA Pak 54 6-49 Lahore 06.11.97  
2 Astle NJ NZl Pak 117 4-43 Mohali 09.05.97  
3 Waugh SR Aus Pak 82 4-48 Perth 02.01.87  
4 AL Phehlukwayo RSA Pak 69* 4-22 Durban 22.01.19  
                 
1 Rohan Mustafa UAE PNG 109 5-25 Abu Dhabi 04.04.17  
                 
1 Shahid Afridi Pak Srl 75 5-35 Sharjah 20.11.11  
2 Ganguly SC Ind Srl 130* 4-21 Nagpur 22.03.99  
3 Aamir Sohail Pak Srl 85 4-22 Sharjah 12.10.95  
4 O’Donnell SP Aus Srl 57* 4-36 Melbourne 26.12.89  
5 Mohammad Hafeez Pak Srl 103 4-41 Dambulla 11.06.15  
                 
1 Shahid Afridi Pak Win 76 7-12 Providence 14.07.13  
2 Styris SB NZl Win 63* 6-25 Trinidad 12.06.02  
3 Waugh ME Aus Win 57 5-24 Melbourne 15.12.92  
                 
1 Hick GA Eng Zim 80 5-33 Harare 20.02.00  
2 Ganguly SC Ind Zim 71* 5-34 Kanpur 11.12.00  
3 Dilshan TM Srl Zim 144 4-04 Pallekele 10.03.11  
4 Lehmann DS Aus Zim 67 4-07 Harare 27.05.04  
5 Gayle CH Win Zim 112* 4-24 Harare 30.11.03  
6 Shakib Al Hasan Ban Zim 101 4-41 Chittagong 21.11.14  

Cricketers who have performed the feat on two or more occasions are tabulated below

No Player Team Opp Runs W-R Ground Date WC
1 Gayle CH Win Aus 60 5-46 Grenada 01.06.03  
2 Gayle CH Win Zim 112* 4-24 Harare 30.11.03  
3 Gayle CH Win NZl 67 4-54 St Vincent 16.06.02  
                 
1 Shahid Afridi Pak Win 76 7-12 Providence 14.07.13  
2 Shahid Afridi Pak Srl 75 5-35 Sharjah 20.11.11  
3 Shahid Afridi Pak Eng 61 5-40 Lahore 27.10.00  
                 
1 Abdul Razzaq Pak Aus 70* 5-48 Hobart 21.01.00  
2 Abdul Razzaq Pak Aus 63* 4-53 Perth 30.01.05  
                 
1 Collingwood PD Eng Ban 112 6-31 Trent Bridge 21.06.05  
2 Collingwood PD Eng NZl 64 4-15 Ch-le-St 15.06.08  
                 
1 Ganguly SC Ind Zim 71* 5-34 Kanpur 11.12.00  
2 Ganguly SC Ind Srl 130* 4-21 Nagpur 22.03.99  
                 
1 Shakib Al Hasan Ban NZl 58 4-41 Mirpur 05.10.10  
2 Shakib Al Hasan Ban Zim 101 4-41 Chittagong 21.11.14  
                 
1 Yuvraj Singh Ind Ire 50* 5-31 Bengaluru 06.03.11 WC
2 Yuvraj Singh Ind Eng 118 4-28 Indore 17.11.08  

Cricketers who have performed such a feat in World Cup games are tabulated below

No Player Team Opp Runs W-R Ground Date WC
1 Fletcher DAG Zim Eng 69* 4-42 Trent Bridge 09.06.83 WC
2 Botham IT Eng Aus 53 4-31 Sydney 05.03.92 WC
3 Johnson NC Zim Ken 59 4-42 Taunton 15.05.99 WC
4 Odumbe MO Ken Ban 52* 4-38 Johannesburg 01.03.03 WC
5 Kloppenburg JF Net Nam 121 4-42 Bloemfontein 03.03.03 WC
6 Yuvraj Singh Ind Ire 50* 5-31 Bengaluru 06.03.11 WC
7 Dilshan TM Srl Zim 144 4-04 Pallekele 10.03.11 WC

MJ Guptill of New Zealand becomes the 15th opening batsman to score 15 or more centuries in one-day internationals.

MJ Guptill of New Zealand scored 117 not out against Bangladesh at Napier in the first one day international on 13.02.19 to register his 15th century in one day internationals as an opening batsman. All his centuries are tabulated below

No Runs Pos Inns Opposition Ground Start Date
1 122* 2 1 v West Indies Auckland 10 Jan 2009
2 105 2 2 v Zimbabwe Harare 22 Oct 2011
3 103* 2 2 v England Lord’s 31 May 2013
4 189* 1 1 v England Southampton 02 Jun 2013
5 111 1 1 v India Auckland 25 Jan 2014
6 105 1 2 v Bangladesh Hamilton 13 Mar 2015
7 237* 1 1 v West Indies Wellington 21 Mar 2015
8 116* 1 2 v Zimbabwe Harare 04 Aug 2015
9 103* 1 2 v South Africa Potchefstroom 23 Aug 2015
10 102 1 1 v Sri Lanka Mount Maunganui 05 Jan 2016
11 114 1 2 v Australia Sydney 04 Dec 2016
12 180* 1 2 v South Africa Hamilton 01 Mar 2017
13 100 1 1 v Pakistan Wellington 19 Jan 2018
14 138 1 1 v Sri Lanka Mount Maunganui 03 Jan 2019
15 117* 1 2 v Bangladesh Napier 13 Feb 2019

MJ Guptill became the 15th opening batsman to score 15 centuries in the history of one day internationals. The following table lists all these fifteen opening batsmen. MJ Guptill became the first New Zealand opening batsmen to achieve the feat

No Player Team Mat Inns NO Runs HS Ave C HC
1 SR Tendulkar Ind 344 340 23 15310 200* 48.29 45 75
2 ST Jayasuriya Srl 388 383 15 12740 189 34.61 28 66
3 HM Amla RSA 169 168 11 7880 159 50.19 27 37
4 CH Gayle Win 263 259 16 9426 215 38.79 23 48
5 TM Dilshan Srl 179 176 16 7367 161* 46.04 21 34
6 Saeed Anwar Pak 220 220 16 8156 194 39.98 20 37
7 RG Sharma Ind 117 116 14 5841 264 57.26 20 27
8 SC Ganguly Ind 242 236 16 9146 183 41.57 19 58
9 HH Gibbs RSA 183 182 11 6103 153 35.69 18 24
10 DL Haynes Win 238 237 28 8648 152* 41.37 17 57
11 AC Gilchrist Aus 260 259 07 9200 172 36.50 16 53
12 S Dhawan Ind 123 122 07 5178 137 45.02 15 27
13 MJ Guptill NZl 145 143 17 5668 237* 44.98 15 29
14 WU Tharanga Srl 192 186 10 6062 174* 34.44 15 30
15 ME Waugh Aus 141 141 11 5729 173 44.06 15 32

Batsmen scoring centuries in Irani Trophy representing Ranji Trophy Champions

AK Karnewar of Vidarbha scored 102 against Rest of India at Nagpur in the just concluded Irani Trophy game to provide the 52nd occasion of a batsman from Ranji Trophy Champions scoring century in Irani Trophy. All such occasions are tabulated below in the descending order of the first letter of Ranji Trophy Champions.

No Player Runs Team Opposition Ground Match Date
1 CC Williams 143 Baroda v Rest of Ind Nagpur 13 Oct 2001
2 J Arun Lal 164* Bengal v Rest of Ind Bengaluru 02 Nov 1990
3 S Amarnath 235* Delhi v Rest of Ind Delhi 23 Oct 1980
4 S Madan Lal 110 Delhi v Rest of Ind Delhi 23 Oct 1980
5 M Amarnath 127 Delhi v Rest of Ind Delhi 21 Oct 1982
6 Bantoo Singh 136 Delhi v Rest of Ind Mumbai 03 Nov 1989
7 KBJ Azad 111 Delhi v Rest of Ind Mumbai 03 Nov 1989
8 CJ Gandhi 169 Gujarat v Rest of Ind Mumbai (BS) 20 Jan 2017
9 A Jadeja 131 Haryana v Rest of Ind Faridabad 02 Oct 1991
10 N Kapil Dev 135 Haryana v Rest of Ind Faridabad 02 Oct 1991
11 KA Qayyum 106 Hyderabad v Rest of Ind Secunderabad 30 Oct 1987
12 R Sudhakar Rao 115 Karnataka v Rest of Ind Ahmedabad 25 Oct 1974
13 GR Viswanath 200* Karnataka v Rest of Ind Ahmedabad 25 Oct 1974
14 GR Viswanath 110 Karnataka v Rest of Ind Bengaluru 16 Sep 1978
15 R Sudhakar Rao 100 Karnataka v Rest of Ind Bengaluru 16 Sep 1978
16 MR Srinivasaprasad 117 Karnataka v Rest of Ind Rajkot 01 Sep 1983
17 RMH Binny 158 Karnataka v Rest of Ind Rajkot 01 Sep 1983
18 S Somasunder 143 Karnataka v Rest of Ind Bengaluru 01 Oct 1998
19 STR Binny 122 Karnataka v Rest of Ind Bengaluru 09 Feb 2014
20 CM Gautam 122 Karnataka v Rest of Ind Bengaluru 09 Feb 2014
21 MK Pandey 123* Karnataka v Rest of Ind Bengaluru 17 Mar 2015
22 PR Umrigar 102 Mumbai v Rest of Ind Delhi 18 Mar 1960
23 SG Adhikari 173 Mumbai v Rest of Ind Mumbai (BS) 05 Apr 1963
24 PR Umrigar 124* Mumbai v Rest of Ind Mumbai (BS) 05 Apr 1963
25 AV Mankad 113 Mumbai v Rest of Ind Kolkata 19 Dec 1970
26 AL Wadekar 164 Mumbai v Rest of Ind Kolkata 19 Dec 1970
27 RD Parkar 195 Mumbai v Rest of Ind Pune 28 Oct 1972
28 DN Sardesai 121 Mumbai v Rest of Ind Pune 28 Oct 1972
29 SM Gavaskar 108 Mumbai v Rest of Ind Bengaluru 09 Nov 1973
30 DB Vengsarkar 110 Mumbai v Rest of Ind Nagpur 31 Oct 1975
31 SM Patil 125 Mumbai v Rest of Ind Indore 16 Oct 1981
32 SM Gavaskar 102* Mumbai v Rest of Ind Indore 16 Oct 1981
33 RJ Shastri 112 Mumbai v Rest of Ind Nagpur 24 Oct 1985
34 CS Pandit 123 Mumbai v Rest of Ind Nagpur 24 Oct 1985
35 ZM Bharucha 164* Mumbai v Rest of Ind Mumbai 12 Oct 1994
36 SV Manjrekar 117 Mumbai v Rest of Ind Mumbai 12 Oct 1994
37 VG Kambli 112 Mumbai v Rest of Ind Mumbai 02 Oct 1995
38 JV Paranjpe 113 Mumbai v Rest of Ind Mumbai 01 Oct 1997
39 SO Kukreja 110 Mumbai v Rest of Ind Rajkot 06 Oct 2007
40 AM Nayar 118 Mumbai v Rest of Ind Rajkot 06 Oct 2007
41 AM Rahane 191 Mumbai v Rest of Ind Jaipur 01 Oct 2010
42 SR Tendulkar 140* Mumbai v Rest of Ind Mumbai 06 Feb 2013
43 W Jaffer 101* Mumbai v Rest of Ind Mumbai 06 Feb 2013
44 JG Bista 104 Mumbai v Rest of Ind Mumbai (BS) 06 Mar 2016
45 SA Yadav 156 Mumbai v Rest of Ind Mumbai (BS) 06 Mar 2016
46 Jai P Yadav 104 Railways v Rest of Ind Delhi 29 Oct 2002
47 R Bist 117* Rajasthan v Rest of Ind Bengaluru 21 Sep 2012
48 VB Chandrasekhar 119 Tamil Nadu v Rest of Ind Chennai 01 Oct 1988
49 W Jaffer 286 Vidarbha v Rest of Ind Nagpur 14 Mar 2018
50 Ganesh Satish 120 Vidarbha v Rest of Ind Nagpur 14 Mar 2018
51 AV Wankhade 157* Vidarbha v Rest of Ind Nagpur 14 Mar 2018
52 AK Karnewar 102 Vidarbha v Rest of Ind Nagpur 12 Feb 2019

It also provides the fourth occasion of Vidarbha batsmen scoring a century in Irani Trophy. Vidarbha was the Ranji Trophy Champions in 2018 and 2019. All the four occasions are tabulated below

No Player Runs Team Opposition Ground Match Date
1 W Jaffer 286 Vidarbha v Rest of Ind Nagpur 14 Mar 2018
2 Ganesh Satish 120 Vidarbha v Rest of Ind Nagpur 14 Mar 2018
3 AV Wankhade 157* Vidarbha v Rest of Ind Nagpur 14 Mar 2018
4 AK Karnewar 102 Vidarbha v Rest of Ind Nagpur 12 Feb 2019

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