Zimbabwe in Bangladesh : Bangladesh win the second one dayer : Abdul Razaak and Shakib Al Hassan excel

Bangladesh vs Zimbabwe : Second One dayer at Dhaka {SBNS} on 29.10.09 : Bangladesh won by seven wickets

S Matsikenyeri was making his 100th one day appearance in this game. He became the eighth Zimbabwean cricketer to play 100 plus one day games. Others are – GW Flower {219}, A Flower {213}, ADR Campbell {188}, HH Streak {187}, GJ Whittal {147}, SV Carlisle {111} and T Taibu {109}

Abdul Razaak captured five for 29 in this game providing the second occasion of a Bangaldesh bowler capturing five or more wickets against Zimbabwe in one day games. The other occasion was by Abdul Razaak himself, when he returned with figures of 10.0-2-33-5 at Bogra on 05.12.06.

Abdul Razaak’s five for 29 in this game represent the best bowling figures by a Bangladesh bowler against Zimbabwe.

Abdul Razaak’s five for 29 in this game provides the sixth occasion of a Bangladesh bowler capturing five or more wickets in one day games against various oppositions. The following is the complete list.

No Bowlers W R Opp Ground Date
1 AftabAhmed 5 31 NZl Dhaka 05.11.04
2 MohammadRafique 5 47 Ken Fatullah 23.03.06
3 MashrafeMortaza 6 26 Ken NairobiG 15.08.06
4 AbdurRazzak 5 33 Zim Bogra 05.12.06
5 FarhadReza 5 42 Ire Mirpur 20.03.08
6 AbdurRazzak 5 29 Zim Mirpur 29.10.09

Abdul Razaak with his 5 for 29 in this game became the only Bangladesh bowler to capture five or more wickets on two occasions

No Bowlers W R Opp Ground Date
1 AbdurRazzak 5 33 Zim Bogra 05.12.06
2 AbdurRazzak 5 29 Zim Mirpur 29.10.09

Abdul Razaak’s five for 29 in this game represent the 318th occasion of a bowler capturing five or more wickets in one day games.

Shakib Al Hassan registered his fourth one day hundred when he made 105 not out in this game. He now shares the record of most hundreds in one day games by a Bangladesh batsman jointly with Shahariar Nafeez who also has scored four hundreds to his credit

No Batsmen Runs Ground Date
1 ShahriarNafees 118* Harare 06.09.06
2 ShahriarNafees 123* Jaipur 13.10.06
3 ShahriarNafees 105* Khulna 30.11.06
4 ShahriarNafees 104* St John’s 25.02.07
1 ShakibAlHasan 134* St John’s 28.02.07
2 ShakibAlHasan 108 Multan 16.04.08
3 ShakibAlHasan 104 Bulawayo 11.08.09
4 ShakibAlHasan 105* Mirpur 29.10.09

Shakib Al Hassan’s 105 not out in this game represent the 16th hundred by a Bangladesh batsman in one day games.

No Batsmen Runs Opp Ground Date
1 MehrabHossain 101 Zim Dhaka 25.03.99
2 MohdAshraful 100 Aus Cardiff 18.06.05
3 RajinSaleh 108* Ken Fatullah 25.03.06
4 ShahriarNafees 118* Zim Harare 06.08.06
5 ShahriarNafees 123* Zim Jaipur 13.10.06
6 ShahriarNafees 105* Zim Khulna 30.11.06
7 ShahriarNafees 104* Ber St John’s 25.02.07
8 ShakibAlHasan 134* Can St John’s 28.02.07
9 Tamim qbal 129 Ire Mirpur 22.03.08
10 ShakibAlHasan 108 Pak Multan 16.04.08
11 MohdAshraful 109 UAE Lahore 24.06.08
12 AlokKapali 115 Ind Karachi 28.06.08
13 MohdAshraful 103* Zim Bulawayo 09.08.09
14 ShakibAlHasan 104 Zim Bulawayo 11.08.09
15 TamimIqbal 154 Zim Bulawayo 16.08.09
16 ShakibAlHasan 105* Zim Mirpur 29.10.09

Shakib Al Hassan completed 2000 one day runs when he was on 83 during his knock of 105 not out in this game. At the end of this game, his run aggregate stood at 2022.

Shakib Al Hassan became the third Bangladesh batsman to aggregate 2000 plus runs in one day games. The other two are – Mohammad Ashraful {3072} and Habibul Bashar {2168}.

Shakib Al Hassan’s 105 not out in this game represent the third hundred in one day games by a Bangladesh captain.

No Batsmen Runs Opp Ground Date
1 MohdAshraful 109 UAE Lahore 24.06.08
2 ShakibAlHasan 104 Zim Bulawayo 11.08.09
3 ShakibAlHasan 105* Zim Mirpur 29.10.09

Shakib Al Hassan with his 105 not out in this game earned the distinction of becoming the only Bangladesh captain to score two hundreds.

Raqibul Hasan and Shakib Al Hassan added 165 runs in an unfinished stand for the fourth wicket in this game providing the 35th occasion of a three figure partnership by Bangladesh batsmen in one day games.

This stand also represents the fourth occasion of 150 plus runs partnership by Banglaesh batsmen in one day games. The other three are – 175 runs unfinished partnership for the fourth wicket between Habibul Bashar and Rajen Saleh against Kenya at Fatullah on 25.02.06, 170 runs partnership for the first wicket between Mehrab Hossain and Shahriar Hossain against Zimbabwe at Dhaka on 25.03.09 and 150 runs partnership for the second wicket between Aftab Ahmed and Mohammad Rafique against Zimbabwe at Dhaka on 31.01.05.

Raqibul Hasan and Shakib Al Hassan added 165 runs in an unfinished stand for the fourth wicket in this game providing the 14th occasion of a three figure partnership by Bangladesh batsmen against Zimbabwe in one day games.

No Wkt Runs Partner1 Partner2
Ground Date
1 1 170 MHossain ShahriarHossain
Dhaka 25.03.99
2 4 115 HBashar SanwarHossain
Dhaka 25.11.01
3 1 103 Al ahariar JavedOmar
Dhaka 26.11.01
4 3 114 HBashar RajinSaleh
Harare 10.03.04
5 1 105 HSarkar MIRana
Harare 14.03.04
6 2 150 AAhmed MohdRafique
Dhaka 31.01.05
7 2 114* AAhmed SNafees
Khulna 30.11.06
8 1 104 MHossain jnr SNafees
Bogra 03.12.06
9 4 105 HBashar ShakibAlHasan
Harare 04.02.07
10 4 100 MRahim SNafees
Harare 09.02.07
11 3 132 AAhmed MRahim
Harare 10.02.07
12 2 137 MAshraful TIqbal
Bulawayo 09.08.09
13 3 119 RaqibulHasan TIqbal
Bulawayo 16.08.09
14 4 165* RaqibulHasan ShakibAlHasan
Mirpur 29.10.09

Raqibul Hasan and Shakib Al Hassan added 165 runs in an unfinished stand for the fourth wicket in this game providing the fourth occasion of a three figure partnership by Bangladesh batsmen against Zimbabwe for the fourth wicket in one day games.

No Wkt Runs Partner1 Partner2
Ground Date
1 4 115 HBashar SanwarHossain
Dhaka 25.11.01
2 4 105 HBashar ShakibAlHasan
Harare 04.02.07
3 4 100 MRahim SNafees
Harare 09.02.07
4 4 165* RaqibulHasan ShakibAlHasan
Mirpur 29.10.09

Raqibul Hasan and Shakib Al Hassan added 165 runs in an unfinished stand for the fourth wicket in this game provides the record fourth wicket three figure partnership by Bangladesh batsmen against Zimbabwe in one day games. The previous best was 115 runs partnership between Habibul Bashar and Sanwar Hossain at Dhaka on 25.11.01.

Bangladesh carved its 22nd win over Zimbabwe when it won this game. At the end of this game both teams have won 22 games each out of the 44 encounters played between the two teams.

Five or more wickets in a test innings conceding 15 and less than 15 runs

When West Indian pace bowler Jeromy Taylor captured five wickets conceding eleven runs against England at Kingston in/02/ 2009, his figures represented the 28th occasion of a bowler capturing five or more wickets conceding less than 16 runs in a test innings. The following list tabulates all the 28 occasions

No Bowlers W R Team Opp Ground Date
1 GA Lohmann 8 7 Eng SAF PElizabeth 13/02/1896
2 J Briggs 8 11 Eng SAF Cape Town 25/03/1889
3 SJ Harmison 7 12 Eng Win Kingston 11/03/2004
4 JJC Lawson 6 3 Win Ban Dhaka 08/12/2002
5 AER Gilligan 6 7 Eng SAF Birmingham 14/06/1924
6 MJ Clarke 6 9 Aus Ind Mumbai 03/11/2004
7 S Haigh 6 11 Eng SAF Cape Town 01/04/1899
8 Shoaib Akhtar 6 11 Pak NZl Lahore 01/05/2002
9 DL Underwood 6 12 Eng NZl Christchurch 25/02/1971
10 SLV Raju 6 12 Ind Srl Chandigarh 23/11/1990
11 HJ Tayfield 6 13 SAF NZl Johannesburg 29/01/1954
12 CTB Turner 6 15 Aus Eng Sydney 28/01/1887
13 MHN Walker 6 15 Aus Pak Sydney 06/01/1973
14 ERH Toshack 5 2 Aus Ind Brisbane 28/11/1947
15 H Ironmonger 5 6 Aus SAF Melbourne 12/02/1932
16 TBA/05/ 5 9 Aus Win Adelaide 23/01/1993
17 IT Botham 5 11 Eng Aus Birmingham 30/07/1981
18 JE Taylor 5 11 Win Eng Kingston 04/02/2009
19 M Muralitharan 5 13 Srl Ban Col-SSC 06/09/2001
20 HarbhajanSingh 5 13 Ind Win Kingston 30/06/2006
21 GOB Allen 5 14 Eng NZl The Oval 29/07/1931
22 TW Wall 5 14 Aus SAF Brisbane 27/11/1931
23 WJ O’Reilly 5 14 Aus NZl Wellington 29/03/1946
24 AR Caddick 5 14 Eng Win Leeds 17/08/2000
25 DK Lillee 5 15 Aus Eng Birmingham 10/07/1975
26 DR Parry 5 15 Win Aus Port of Spain 15/04/1978
27 ESH Giddins 5 15 Eng Zim Lord’s 18/05/2000
28 M Muralitharan 5 15 Srl Ban Col-SSC 25/06/2007

JE Taylor became the third West Indian bowler to achieve such a feat. Others are JCC Lawson and DR Parry

No Bowlers W R Team Opp Ground Start Date
1 JJC Lawson 6 3 Win Ban Dhaka 08/12/2002
2 JE Taylor 5 11 Win Eng Kingston 04/02/2009
3 DR Parry 5 15 Win Aus Port of Spain 15/04/1978

It is interesting to note that the following seven bowlers have captured five or more wickets conceding single digit runs.

No Bowlers W R Team Opp Ground Start Date
1 ERH Toshack 5 2 Aus Ind Brisbane 28/11/1947
2 H Ironmonger 5 6 Aus SAF Melbourne 12/02/1932
3 TBA/05/ 5 9 Aus Win Adelaide 23/01/1993
4 JJC Lawson 6 3 Win Ban Dhaka 08/12/2002
5 AER Gilligan 6 7 Eng SAF Birmingham 14/06/1924
6 MJ Clarke 6 9 Aus Ind Mumbai 03/11/2004
7 GA Lohmann 8 7 Eng SAF PElizabeth 13/02/1896

No Bowlers W R Team Opp Ground Start Date
1 MJ Clarke 6 9 Aus Ind Mumbai 03/11/2004
2 CTB Turner 6 15 Aus Eng Sydney 28/01/1887
3 MHN Walker 6 15 Aus Pak Sydney 06/01/1973
4 ERH Toshack 5 2 Aus Ind Brisbane 28/11/1947
5 H Ironmonger 5 6 Aus SAF Melbourne 12/02/1932
6 TBA/05/ 5 9 Aus Win Adelaide 23/01/1993
7 TW Wall 5 14 Aus SAF Brisbane 27/11/1931
8 WJ O’Reilly 5 14 Aus NZl Wellington 29/03/1946
9 DK Lillee 5 15 Aus Eng Birmingham 10/07/1975
1 GA Lohmann 8 7 Eng SAF PElizabeth 13/02/1896
2 J Briggs 8 11 Eng SAF Cape Town 25/03/1889
3 SJ Harmison 7 12 Eng Win Kingston 11/03/2004
4 AER Gilligan 6 7 Eng SAF Birmingham 14/06/1924
5 S Haigh 6 11 Eng SAF Cape Town 01/04/1899
6 DL Underwood 6 12 Eng NZl Christchurch 25/02/1971
7 IT Botham 5 11 Eng Aus Birmingham 30/07/1981
8 GOB Allen 5 14 Eng NZl The Oval 29/07/1931
9 AR Caddick 5 14 Eng Win Leeds 17/08/2000
10 ESH Giddins 5 15 Eng Zim Lord’s 18/05/2000
1 SLV Raju 6 12 Ind Srl Chandigarh 23/11/1990
2 HarbhajanSingh 5 13 Ind Win Kingston 30/06/2006
1 Shoaib Akhtar 6 11 Pak NZl Lahore 01/05/2002
1 HJ Tayfield 6 13 SAF NZl Johannesburg 29/01/1954
1 M Muralitharan 5 13 Srl Ban Col-SSC 06/09/2001
2 M Muralitharan 5 15 Srl Ban Col-SSC 25/06/2007
1 JJC Lawson 6 3 Win Ban Dhaka 08/12/2002
2 JE Taylor 5 11 Win Eng Kingston 04/02/2009
3 DR Parry 5 15 Win Aus Port of Spain 15/04/1978

M Muralitharan of Sri Lanka remains the only bowler to aehieve the feat on two occasions.

No Bowlers W R Team Opp Ground Start Date
1 M Muralitharan 5 13 Srl Ban Col-SSC 06/09/2001
2 M Muralitharan 5 15 Srl Ban Col-SSC 25/06/2007

Captain's double hundreds in Tests

Annals of test cricket witnessed a unique instance of rival captains registering double hundreds in Pakistan and Sri Lanka test series of 2008/09 at Karachi. Sri Lanka’s captain Mahela Jayawardene scored 240 while Pakistan captain Younis Khan came up with a triple hundred – 313

West Indian skipper Brian Lara scored a double hundred – 216 in the second test between Pakistan and West Indies at Multan in the second test of the 2006/07 series. This double hundred has a special significance in Test Cricket as it would become the fiftieth instance of a skipper registering a double hundred in a test innings.

After Lara’s double hundred at Multan, four more occasions of captains scoring double hundreds were witnessed in tests, which has taken the number of double hundreds to 54. The following is the list of 54 instances of a skippers registering double hundreds arranged in the descending order of runs scored.

No Runs Batsmen Team Opp Venue Season
1 400* BC Lara Win Eng St John’s 2003/04
2 374 MJayawardene Srl SAF Col/SSC 2006/07
3 334* MA Taylor Aus Pak Peshawar 1998/99
4 313 Younis Khan Pak Srl Karachi 2008/09
5 333 GA Gooch Eng Ind Lord’s 1990
6 311 RB Simpson Aus Eng Manchester 1964
7 299 MD Crowe NZl Srl Wellington 1990/91
8 285* PBH May Eng Win Birmingham 1957
9 277 GC Smith SAF Eng Birmingham 2003
10 274* SP Fleming NZl Srl Col/PSS 2003
11 262 SP Fleming NZl SAF Cape Town 2005/06
12 270 DG Bradman Aus Eng Melbourne 1936/37
13 259 GC Smith SAF Eng Lord’s 2003
14 257* Wasim Akram Pak Zim Sheikhupura 1996/97
15 249 MS Atapattu Srl Zim Bulawayo 2004
16 242* CH Lloyd Win Ind Mumbai 1974/75
17 240 WR Hammond Eng Aus Lord’s 1938
18 240 MJayawardene Srl Pak Karachi 2008/09
19 239 GT Dowling NZl Ind Christchurch 1967/68
20 237 Saleem Malik Pak Aus Rawalpindi 1994/95
21 235 GS Chappell Aus Pak Faisalabad 1979/80
22 234 DG Bradman Aus Eng Sydney 1946/47
23 233 CL Hooper Win Ind Georgetown 2001/02
24 232 GC Smith SAF Ban Chittagong 2007/08
25 225 RB Simpson Aus Eng Adelaide 1965/66
26 219 DS Atkinson Win Aus Bridgetown 1954/55
27 217 SR Tendulkar Ind NZl Ahmedabad 1999/00
28 216 BC Lara Win Pak Multan 2006/07
29 215 DI Gower Eng Aus Birmingham 1985
30 203* SCChanderpaul Win SAF Georgetown 2004/05
31 213 MJayawardene Srl Eng Galle 2007/08
32 213 BC Lara Win Aus Kingston 1998/99
33 212 DG Bradman Aus Eng Adelaide 1936/37
34 211 WL Murdoch Aus Eng The Oval 1884
35 211 Javed Miandad Pak Aus Karachi 1988/89
36 209 BC Lara Win Srl Gros Islet 2003
37 208 AD Nourse SAF Eng Nottingham 1951
38 207 RT Ponting Aus Pak Sydney 2004/05
39 205 L Hutton Eng Win Kingston 1953/54
40 205 ER Dexter Eng Pak Karachi 1961/62
41 205 WM Lawry Aus Win Melbourne 1968/69
42 205 SM Gavaskar Ind Win Mumbai 1978/79
43 205 AR Border Aus NZl Adelaide 1987/88
44 204 GS Chappell Aus Ind Sydney 1980/81
45 203 HL Collins Aus SAF Johannesburg 1921/22
46 203* MAK Pataudi Ind Eng Delhi 1963/64
47 203* Hanif Mohd Pak NZl Lahore 1964/65
48 203* Javed Miandad Pak Srl Faisalabad 1985/86
49 202 BC Lara Win SAF Johannesburg 2003/04
50 202 SP Fleming NZl Ban Chittagong 2004/05
51 201 DG Bradman Aus Ind Adelaide 1947/48
52 201 RB Simpson Aus Win Bridgetown 1964/65
53 201 GS Chappell Aus Pak Brisbane 1981/82
54 200* AR Border Aus Eng Leeds 1993

The country wise break up of 54 double hundreds are as under

Australian Batsmen 17 Instances
England Batsmen 06 Instances
Indian Batsmen 03 Instances
New Zealand Batsmen 05 Instances
Pakistan Batsmen 06 Instances
SouthAfrican Batsmen 04 Instances
Sri Lankan Batsmen 04 Instances
WestIndian Batsmen 09 Instances
Total Batsmen 54 Instances

Prior to the Multan Test where Lara came up with a double hundred Don Bradman and Brian Lara shared the record for most double hundreds for a test captains in a test innings – four each. With his 216 at Multan, Lara obliterated Don Bradman’s record for the most double hundreds by a captain in a test innings, as Lara registered his fifth double hundred as a captain.

1 270 Bradman Aus Eng Melbourne 1936/37
2 234 Bradman Aus Eng Sydney 1946/47
3 212 Bradman Aus Eng Adelaide 1936/37
4 201 Bradman Aus Ind Adelaide 1947/48
1 400* Lara Win Eng St John’s 2003/04
2 216 Lara Win Pak Multan 2006/07
3 213 Lara Win Aus Kingston 1998/99
4 209 Lara Win Srl Gros Islet 2003
5 202 Lara Win SAF Johannesburg 2003/04

Lara becomes the first West Indian captain to register a double hundred against Pakistan. The following is the list of five instances of a captain registering double hundred. It is noted that all the four were Australian captains and Lara with his 216 at Multan becomes the first captain other than Aussie captain to register a double hundred against Pakistan. Greg Chappell remains the only captain to register two double hundreds against Pakistan – 235 at Faisalabad in 1979/80 and 201 at Brisbane in 1981/82

1 334* MATaylor Aus Pak Peshawar 1998/99
2 235 GSChappell Aus Pak Faisalabad 1979/80
3 216 BCLara Win Pak Multan 2006/07
4 207 RTPonting Aus Pak Sydney 2004/05
5 201 GSChappell Aus Pak Brisbane 1981/82

The following list shows the captains who have scored three or more double hundreds in their test career.

No Runs Batsmen Team Opp Venue Season
1 400* BC Lara Win Eng St John’s 2003/04
2 216 BC Lara Win Pak Multan 2006/07
3 213 BC Lara Win Aus Kingston 1998/99
4 209 BC Lara Win Srl Gros Islet 2003
5 202 BC Lara Win SAF Johannesburg 2003/04
1 270 DG Bradman Aus Eng Melbourne 1936/37
2 234 DG Bradman Aus Eng Sydney 1946/47
3 212 DG Bradman Aus Eng Adelaide 1936/37
4 201 DG Bradman Aus Ind Adelaide 1947/48
1 277 GC Smith SAF Eng Birmingham 2003
2 259 GC Smith SAF Eng Lord’s 2003
3 232 GC Smith SAF Ban Chittagong 2007/08
1 235 GS Chappell Aus Pak Faisalabad 1979/80
2 204 GS Chappell Aus Ind Sydney 1980/81
3 201 GS Chappell Aus Pak Brisbane 1981/82
1 374 MJayawardene Srl SAF Col/SSC 2006/07
2 240 MJayawardene Srl Pak Karachi 2008/09
3 213 MJayawardene Srl Eng Galle 2007/08
1 311 RB Simpson Aus Eng Manchester 1964
2 225 RB Simpson Aus Eng Adelaide 1965/66
3 201 RB Simpson Aus Win Bridgetown 1964/65
1 274* SP Fleming NZl Srl Col/PSS 2003
2 262 SP Fleming NZl SAF Cape Town 2005/06
3 202 SP Fleming NZl Ban Chittagong 2004/05

MS Dhoni's fifties in one day internationals

MS Dhoni’s 124 against Australia at Nagpur on 28.10.09 was his 37th fifty which includes five hundreds. His 37 fifties are listed below for the viewers of crickick.com

No Runs Opposition Ground Start Date
1 148 v Pakistan Vizag 05 Apr 2005
2 56 v Zimbabwe Harare 29 Aug 2005
3 67* v Zimbabwe Harare 04 Sep 2005
4 183* v Sri Lanka Jaipur 31 Oct 2005
5 80 v Sri Lanka Vadodara 12 Nov 2005
6 68 v Pakistan Peshawar 06 Feb 2006
7 72* v Pakistan Lahore 13 Feb 2006
8 77* v Pakistan Karachi 19 Feb 2006
9 96 v England Jamshedpur 12 Apr 2006
10 59 v Pakistan Abu Dhabi 19 Apr 2006
11 51 v West Indies Ahmedabad 26 Oct 2006
12 55 v South Africa Cape Town 26 Nov 2006
13 62* v West Indies Nagpur 21 Jan 2007
14 67* v Sri Lanka Margao 14 Feb 2007
15 91* v Bangladesh Dhaka (SBNS) 10 May 2007
16 139* v Africa XI Chennai 10 Jun 2007
17 50 v England Lord’s 08 Sep 2007
18 58 v Australia Kochi 02 Oct 2007
19 50* v Australia Chandigarh 08 Oct 2007
20 63 v Pakistan Guwahati 05 Nov 2007
21 88* v Sri Lanka Brisbane 05 Feb 2008
22 50* v Sri Lanka Adelaide 19 Feb 2008
23 64 v Pakistan Dhaka (SBNS) 14 Jun 2008
24 109* v Hong Kong Karachi 25 Jun 2008
25 76 v Pakistan Karachi 02 Jul 2008
26 67 v Sri Lanka Karachi 03 Jul 2008
27 76 v Sri Lanka Colombo (RPS) 24 Aug 2008
28 71 v Sri Lanka Colombo (RPS) 27 Aug 2008
29 50 v England Cuttack 26 Nov 2008
30 61* v Sri Lanka Dambulla 28 Jan 2009
31 94 v Sri Lanka Colombo (RPS) 05 Feb 2009
32 53 v Sri Lanka Colombo (RPS) 08 Feb 2009
33 84* v New Zealand Napier 03 Mar 2009
34 68 v New Zealand Christchurch 08 Mar 2009
35 95 v West Indies Kingston 28 Jun 2009
35 56 v Sri Lanka Colombo (RPS) 14 Sep 2009
37 124 v Australia Nagpur 28 Oct 2009

100 plus one day games between two oppositions

Third one day game at Delhi between India and Australia would be the 100th one day game between the two countries. India and Australia would become the eighth opposition to play 100 plus one day games in the history of one day internationals. Other seven are – Australia vs West Indies {120}, Pakistan vs Sri Lanka {119}, Australia vs New Zealand {118}, India vs Pakistan {118}, Pakistan vs West Indies {114}, India vs Sri Lanka {113}, Australia vs England {101}. The following table shows the Matches played, won, lost, tied and no results between the eight oppositions prior to the Delhi encounter between India and Australia.

No Team Vs Opp Mat Won Lost Tied NR
1 Aus Vs Win 120 59 57 2 2
2 Win Vs Aus 120 57 59 2 2
1 Pak Vs Srl 119 70 45 1 3
2 Srl Vs Pak 119 45 70 1 3
1 Aus Vs NZl 118 81 32 0 5
2 NZl Vs Aus 118 32 81 0 5
1 Ind Vs Pak 118 45 69 0 4
2 Pak Vs Ind 118 69 45 0 4
1 Pak Vs Win 114 48 64 2 0
2 Win Vs Pak 114 64 48 2 0
1 Ind Vs Srl 113 60 43 0 10
2 Srl Vs Ind 113 43 60 0 10
1 Aus Vs Eng 101 59 38 2 2
2 Eng Vs Aus 101 38 59 2 2
1 Aus Vs Ind 99 58 33 0 8
2 Ind Vs Aus 99 33 58 0 8

Australia would become the only country to play 100 matches against four oppositions in the history of one day internationals taking into account the Delhi game against India in advance. It has already played 100 plus matches against West Indies {120}, against New Zealand {118} and against England {101}

India would be playing its 100th one day game against three oppositions. They have already played 100 plus one day games against Pakistan {118} and Sri Lanka {113}. Pakistan is the other country to have played 100 games against three oppositions – vs Sri Lanka {119, vs India {116} and vs West Indies {114}. The performance of Australia, India and Pakistan are furnished in the following table

No Team Vs Opp Mat Won Lost Tied NR
1 Aus Vs Win 120 59 57 2 2
2 Aus Vs NZl 118 81 32 0 5
3 Aus Vs Eng 101 59 38 2 2
4 Aus Vs Ind 99 58 33 0 8
1 Ind Vs Pak 118 45 69 0 4
2 Ind Vs Srl 113 60 43 0 10
3 Ind Vs Aus 99 33 58 0 8
1 Pak Vs Srl 119 70 45 1 3
2 Pak Vs Ind 118 69 45 0 4
3 Pak Vs Win 114 48 64 2 0

SR Tendulkar's scores of below four runs in one day games

SR Tendulkar’s dismissal for 4 runs in the second one day game against Australia at Nagpur on 28.10.09 represents his 78th score of below 4 in one day games. Tendulkar has played 421 innings at the end of the first game against Australia at Nagpur on 28.10.09. The following table lists all the 78 scores below 4 runs

No Runs Opp Ground Date
1 0 Pak Gujranwala 18.12.89
2 0 NZl Dunedin 01.03.90
3 0 Pak Sharjah 25.10.91
4 0 Srl Col-SSC 17.09.94
5 0 Win Faridabad 17.10.94
6 0 Win Mumbai 20.10.94
7 0 RSA B’fontein 23.01.97
8 0 Pak Toronto 18.09.97
9 0 NZl Taupo 09.01.99
10 0 Aus The Oval 04.06.99
11 0 Win Singapore 08.09.99
12 0 NZl Delhi 17.11.99
13 0 Win Harare 07.07.01
14 0 NZl Wellington 08.01.03
15 0 Pak Peshawar 19.03.04
16 0 Pak Multan 16.02.06
17 0 Win Cuttack 24.01.07
18 0 Srl Trinidad 23.03.07
19 0 Aus Bangalore 29.09.07
20 0 Srl Adelaide 19.02.08
21 1 RSA New Delhi 14.11.91
22 1 Win Perth 06.12.91
23 1 Eng Chandigarh 21.01.93
24 1 Srl Rajkot 15.02.94
25 1 NZl Mum-BS 29.11.95
26 1 Pak Sharjah 12.04.96
27 1 Eng Manchester 26.05.96
28 1 RSA P Elizabeth 02.02.97
29 1 Win Bridgetown 03.05.97
30 1 Win Sharjah 16.12.97
31 1 Pak Dhaka 16.01.98
32 1 Zim Cuttack 09.04.98
33 1 NZl Gwalior 11.11.99
34 1 Aus Sydney 14.01.00
35 1 Eng Lord’s 29.06.02
36 1 NZl Auckland 11.01.03
37 1 NZl Hamilton 14.01.03
38 1 Pak Kanpur 15.04.05
39 1 RSA P Elizabeth 29.11.06
40 1 Srl Margao 14.02.07
41 2 Win Ahmedabad 16.11.93
42 2 RSA Sharjah 14.04.96
43 2 Pak Toronto 18.09.96
44 2 Srl Mumbai 17.05.97
45 2 Pak Hyd-Pak 28.09.97
46 2 Zim Harare 30.09.98
47 2 Srl Taunton 26.05.99
48 2 NZl Guwahati 14.11.99
49 2 Pak Vizag 05.04.05
50 2 Srl Jaipur 31.10.05
51 2 RSA Hyd-Ind 16.11.05
52 2 RSA Bangalore 19.11.05
53 2 RSA Kolkata 25.11.05
54 2 RSA Cape Town 26.11.06
55 2 Aus Sydney 24.02.08
56 3 Eng Bangalore 26.02.93
57 3 Zim Faridabad 19.03.93
58 3 RSA Mohali 22.11.93
59 3 Zim Kanpur 06.03.96
60 3 Pak Toronto 21.09.96
61 3 Pak Sharjah 14.12.97
62 3 Srl Sharjah 06.11.98
63 3 Aus Perth 30.01.00
64 3 Ken P Elizabeth 17.10.01
65 3 Zim Perth 03.02.04
66 4 Srl Cuttack 28.12.90
67 4 RSA Gwalior 12.11.91
68 4 Aus Melbourne 18.01.92
69 4 Win Wellington 10.03.92
70 4 Pak Sharjah 07.04.95
71 4 Pak Chennai 21.05.97
72 4 Zim Sharjah 26.10.00
73 4 Aus Jo’burg 23.03.03
74 4 Pak Kochi 02.04.05
75 4 Aus K Lumpur 22.09.06
77 4 Ire Belfast 23.06.07
77 4 Pak Guwahati 05.11.07
78 4 Aus Nagpur-J 28.10.09

The following table shows the break up of 78 scores of below four runs – runs wise

No Runs Occ
1 0 20
2 1 20
3 2 15
4 3 10
5 4 13
Total 78

The following table shows the spread of Tendulkar’s 78 scores of below four runs

And the brean up country wise

No Opp 0 1 2 3 4 Tot
1 Aus 2 1 1 1 4 09
2 Eng 0 3 0 1 0 04
3 Ire 0 0 0 0 1 01
4 Ken 0 0 0 1 0 01
5 NZl 4 4 1 0 0 09
6 Pak 5 3 3 2 4 17
7 RSA 1 3 5 1 1 11
8 Srl 3 2 3 1 1 10
9 Win 5 3 1 0 1 10
10 Zim 0 1 1 3 1 06
Tot 20 20 15 10 13 78

Australia in India : India registers a comprehensive win to level the series : MS Dhoni excels with the willow

India vs Australia Seven Match One Day series : Second One day at Nagpur – Jamta on 28.10.09 : India won by 99 runs and square the seven match series 1-1

Australia won the toss and inserted the opposition in this game providing the 19th occasion of Australia doing so in India-Australia one day series. Of the 19 matches, in which Australia has inserted India, two matches have ended in no result, Australia has won ten matches and lost nine matches.

SR Tendulkar was dismissed for 4 in this game providing the 78th occasion of his dismissal for score of four and below four in one day games. He has been dismissed for exact four runs on 12 occasions which are listed below

No Run Opp Venue Date
1 4 RSA Gwalior 12.11.91
2 4 Aus Melbourne 18.01.92
3 4 Win Wellington 10.03.92
4 4 Pak Sharjah 07.04.95
5 4 Pak Chennai 21.05.97
6 4 Zim Sharjah 26.10.00
7 4 Aus Jo’burg 23.03.03
8 4 Pak Kochi 02.04.05
9 4 Aus K Lumpur 22.09.06
10 4 Pak Guwahati 05.11.07
11 4 Ire Belfast 23.06.07
12 4 Aus Nagpur-J 28.10.09

SR Tendulkar has been dismissed for exact four runs against Australia on four occasions which are listed below

No Run Opp Venue Date
1 4 Aus Melbourne 18.01.92
2 4 Aus Jo’burg 23.03.03
3 4 Aus K Lumpur 22.09.06
4 4 Aus Nagpur-J 28.10.09

SR Tendulkar has been dismissed for score of four and below four on nine occasions which are shown below

No Runs Opp Ground Date
1 0 Aus The Oval 04.06.99
2 0 Aus Bangalore 29.09.07
3 1 Aus Sydney 14.01.00
4 2 Aus Sydney 24.02.08
5 3 Aus Perth 30.01.00
6 4 Aus Melbourne 18.01.92
7 4 Aus Jo’burg 23.03.03
8 4 Aus K Lumpur 22.09.06
9 4 Aus Nagpur-J 28.10.09

G Gambhir and MS Dhoni added 119 runs for the fourth wicket providing the 282nd occasion of Indian batsmen posting a three figure partnership against various oppositions in one day games. This stand also represents the 46th occasion of a three figure partnership for the fourth wicket by Indian batsmen against various oppositions.

G Gambhir and MS Dhoni added 119 runs for the fourth wicket providing the 36th occasion of Indian batsmen posting a three figure partnership against Australia in one day games. This stand also represents the seventh occasion of Indian batsmen posting a three figure partnership against Australia for the fourth wicket in one day games.

This stand represents the record partnership for the fourth wicket by Indian batsmen against Australia on home soil. The previous best stand was 110 runs between M Azharuddin and R Dravid at Mohali on 03.11.96. Apart from these two fourth wicket three figure partnerships by Indian batsmen against Australia on home soil, 104 runs were added for the fourth wicket between M Azharuddin and A Jadeja at Kochi on 01.04.98, providing the third occasion of the three figure partnership for the fourth wicket.

G Gambhir’s 76 in this game represent his 18th one day half century and 24th one day fifty. It was his third fifty against Australia in one day games. The other two are – 113 at Sydney on 24.02.08 and 68 at Vadodara on 25,10.09. Thus his 76 in this game represents his highest individual score against Australia on home soil.

MS Dhoni’s 124 in this game represents his 37th one day fifty – five hundreds and 32 half centuries. His knock represents his third fifty against Australia. The other two are – 58 at Kochi on 02.10.07 and 50* at Chandigarh on 02.10.07. Thus his knock of 124 in this game represents his highest individual score against Australia.

SK Raina with his 62 in this game registered his 13th one day fifty – two hundreds and eleven half centuries. His knock represents his first fifty against Australia.

G Gambhir {76}, MS Dhoni {124} and SK Raina {62} scored fifties in this game which swelled the number of fifties by Indian batsmen against Australia to 115.

MS Dhoni’s knock of 124 in this game represent the 15th occasion of an Indian captain scoring a fifty against Australia in one day games.

No Captains Runs Ground Date
1 MAzharuddin 93 Brisbane 01.02.92
2 MAzharuddin 82 Kochi 01.04.98
3 MAzharuddin 58 Sharjah 24.04.98
4 MSDhoni 58 Kochi 02.10.07
5 MSDhoni 50* Chandigarh 08.10.07
6 MSDhoni 124 Nagpur 28.10.09
7 RDravid 59 Mumbai 01.11.03
8 RDravid 52 Mohali 29.10.06
9 SCGanguly 74 Margao 06.04.01
10 SCGanguly 82 Melbourne 09.01.04
11 SMGavaskar 80 Melbourne 11.01.81
12 NKapil Dev 58 Rajkot 07.10.86
13 K rikkanth 58 Bangalore 27.10.89
14 SRTendulkar 88 Bangalore 21.10.96
15 SRTendulkar 62 Mohali 03.11.96

MS Dhoni’s 124 in this game was his third fifty against Australia and he emulated M Azharuddin who also has three fifties to his credit while leading India.

No Captains Runs Ground Date
1 MAzharuddin 93 Brisbane 01.02.92
2 MAzharuddin 82 Kochi 01.04.98
3 MAzharuddin 58 Sharjah 24.04.98
1 MSDhoni 58 Kochi 02.10.07
2 MSDhoni 50* Chandigarh 08.10.07
3 MSDhoni 124 Nagpur 28.10.09

MS Dhoni became the first Indian captain to register a hundred against Australia in one day games, when he made 124 in this game. The previous best was 93 by M Azharuddin at Brisbane on 01.03.92

MS Dhoni’s 124 in this game provides the tenth occasion of a captain registering a hundred against Australia in one day games and all the ten occasions are listed below

No Captains Runs Team Opp Ground Date
1 MSDhoni 124 Ind Aus Nagpur 28.10.09
2 STJayasuriya 122 Srl Aus Sydney 09.01.03
3 GCSmith 119* RSA Aus Centurion 26.02.06
4 SPFleming 116* NZl Aus Melbourne 21.01.98
5 MAAtherton 113* Eng Aus The Oval 24.05.97
6 SPFleming 111* NZl Aus Napier 12.02.98
7 CHLloyd 102 Win Aus Lord’s 21.06.75
8 DIGower 102 Eng Aus Lord’s 03.06.85
9 ADRCampbell 102 Zim Aus Ahmedabad 03.04.98
10 MDCrowe 100* NZl Aus Auckland 22.02.92

MS Dhoni’s 124 in this game represent the highest individual score by a captain against Australia. The previous best was 122 by ST Jayasuriya of Sri Lanka at Sydney on 09.01.03

MS Dhoni’s 124 in this game represent the 143rd occasion of a captain registering a hundred in the history of one day games. His knock also represents the 23rd hundred by an Indian batsman against Australia in India-Australia one day series.

MS Dhoni with his 124 became the first Indian wicket keeper batsman to register a hundred against Austrlia. The previous best was R Dravid’s 74 at Brisbane on 18,01,04. His knock represents the 60th occasion of a wicket keeper batsman registering hundreds in the history of one day internationals.

MS Dhoni’s 124 in this game represent his fifth hundred as wicket keeper batsman. He becomes the fourth wicket keeper batsman in the world to register five or more hundreds. Others are AC Gilchirst {16}, KC Sangkkara {08} and Kamran Akmal {05}. MS Dhoni’s five hundreds include a hundred – 139 not out representing Asia Eleven against Africa Eleven at Chennai on 10.06.07

MS Dhoni’s 124 represent the fourth hundred as an Indian wicket keeper batsman and he shares the record for most hundreds by Indian wicket keepers with R Dravid.

No Batsmen Runs Team Opp Ground Date
1 MS Dhoni 148 Ind Pak Vizaf 05.04.05
2 MS Dhoni 183* Ind Srl Jaipur 31.10.05
3 MS Dhoni 109* Ind HKG Karachi 25.06.08
4 MS Dhoni 124 Ind Aus Nagpur 28.10.09
1 R Dravid 145 Ind Srl Taunton 26.05.99
2 R Dravid 103* Ind Win Singapore 08.09.99
3 R Dravid 109* Ind Win Ahmedabad 15.11.02
4 R Dravid 104 Ind UAE Dambulla 16.07.04

MS Dhoni’s 124 in this game represent the third occasion of wicketkeeper captain registering hundred in the history of one day games. The other two occasions are – 116 by AC Gilchrist of Austrlia vs Sri Lanka at Perth on 29.01.06 and 109 not out by MS Dhoni vs Hong Kong at Karachi on 25.06.08.

MS Dhoni remains the only wicket keeper captain to score two hundreds in the history of one day games. His 124 in this game represent the highest individual score by wicket keeper captain in one day games. The previous best was 116 by AC Gilchrist of Austrlia vs Sri Lanka at Perth on 29.01.06

India’s total of 354 for 7 represent the 20th occasion of a team posting a total of 350 plus runs after it was inserted. This also represents the highest total against Australia after being inserted in. The previous best was Sri Lanka’s 343 for 5 at Sydney on 09.01.03

India’s total of 354 for 7 in this game represent the 40th occasion of a team posting a total of 350 plus runs in the history of one day games. This total also represents the 12th occasion of India posting a total of 350 plus in one day games. All the twelve occasions are listed below

No Team Score Overs Opp Ground Date
1 India 413/5 50.0 Ber Port of Spain 19.03.07
2 India 392/4 50.0 NZl Christchurch 08.03.09
3 India 387/5 50.0 Eng Rajkot 14.11.08
4 India 376/2 50.0 NZl Hyd-Ind 08.11.99
5 India 374/4 50.0 HKG Karachi 25.06.08
6 India 373/6 50.0 Srl Taunton 26.05.99
7 India 363/5 50.0 Srl ColRPS 03.02.09
8 India 356/9 50.0 Pak Vizag 05.04.05
9 India 354/7 50.0 Aus Nagpur 28.10.09
10 India 353/5 50.0 NZl Hyd-Ind 15.11.03
11 India 351/3 50.0 Ken Paarl 24.10.01
12 India 350/6 50.0 Srl Nagpur 25.10.05

India’s total of 354 for 7 in this game represent the fifth occasion of India posting a total of 300 plus runs against India in one day games. The previous best is 315 at Bangalore on 25.03.01. The other three occasions are – 309 for 5 at Kochi on 01.04.98, 307 for 8 at Dhaka on 28.10.98 and 303 for 4 at Brisbane on 18.01.04

India became the third team to post a total of 350 plus runs against Australia in one day game. The other two teams are – South Africa {438 for 9 at Johannesburg on 12.,03.06} and New Zealand {350 for 9 at Hamilton on 20.02.07}. Thus India’s 354 for 7 in this game represent the second highest team total recorded against Australia in the history of one day games

MS Dhoni and SK Raina added 136 runs for the fifth wicket in this game providing the the 283rd occasion of Indian batsmen posting a three figure partnership against various oppositions in one day games. This stand also represents the 29th occasion of a three figure partnership for the fifth wicket by Indian batsmen against various oppositions.

MS Dhoni and SK Rainia added 136 runs for the fifth wicket providing the 37th occasion of Indian batsmen posting a three figure partnership against Australia in one day games. This stand also represents the fifth occasion of Indian batsmen posting a three figure partnership against Australia for the fifth wicket in one day games.

This stand represents the record partnership for the fifth wicket by Indian batsmen against Australia on home soil. The previous best stand was 121 runs between A Jadeja and HH Kanitkar at Kochi on 01.04.98. Apart from these two fifth wicket three figure partnerships by Indian batsmen against Australia on home soil, 100 runs were added for the fifth wicket between V Sehwag and R Dravid at Bangalore on 25.03.01, providing the third occasion of the three figure partnership for the fifth wicket.

This game witnessed two three figure partnerships in Indian innings. 119 runs were added for the fourth wicket between G Gambhir and MS Dhoni which was followed by a fifth wicket partnership of 136 runs between MS Dhoni and SK Rainia.

These two three figure partnership by India in the same innings provide the fourth occasion of Indian batsmen posting two three figure stands against Australia in one day games. The other three instances were witnessed in the games at Kochi on 01.04.98, at Dhaka on 28.10.98 and at Brisbane on 18.01.04. All the four occasions are listed below

No Wkt Runs Partner1 Partner2 Venue Date
1 4th 104 Azharuddin AJadeja Kochi 01.04.98
2 5th 121 AJadeja HHKanitkar Kochi 01.04.98
1 3rd 140 Dravid Tendulkar Dhaka 28.10.98
2 4th 132 Tendulkar AJadeja Dhaka 28.10.98
1 2nd 110 Tendulkar Laxman Brisbane 18.01.04
2 3rd 133 Laxman Dravid Brisbane 18.01.04
1 4th 119 Gambhir Dhoni Nagpur 28.10.09
2 5th 136 Dhoni Raina Nagpur 28.10.09

As on date there are 103 occasions of a team posting two or more three figure partnerships including the one witnessed in India’s innings in today’s game. As far as India is concerned, today’s instance provide the 21st occasion. It also provides the eighth such instance against Australia.

BW Hilfenhaus and MJ Johnson conceded 83 and 75 runs respectively in this game to provide the 40th and 41st occasion of Australian bowlers conceding 70 plus runs in an innings.

BW Hilfenhaus’s 10.0-83-1 in this game provides the 88th occasion of a bowler conceding 80 plus runs in an innings. His figures represent ninth occasion of an Australian bowler conceding 80 plus runs in one day games.

BW Hilfenhaus and B Lee share the most expensive bowling figures in terms of runs conceded against India. Both have conceded 83 runs – BW Hilfenhaus in this game and B Lee at Brisbane on 18.01.04. Both the bowlers returned with identical figures of 10.0-0-83-1.

BW Hilfenhaus and MJ Johnson conceded 83 and 75 runs respectively in this game to provide the 57th occasion of two or more bowlers conceding 70 plus runs in an innings.

BW Hilfenhaus and MJ Johnson conceded 83 and 75 runs respectively in this game to provide the fifth occasion of two or more bowlers conceding 70 plus runs in an innings and the first such occasion against India.

G Gambhir and Praveen Kumar were run out in this game which swells the number of run out dismissals of Indian batsmen against Australia to 91. G Gambhir was run out after scoring 76 in this game to provide the 14th occasion of an Indian batsman dismissed run out after scoring a fifty.

MG Johnson’s figures 10.0-0-75-3 in this game represents the 35th occasion of a bowler conceding 70 plus runs coupled with three or more wickets in the history of one day games. MG Johnson’s figures in this game represent the fourth occasion of an Australian bowler capturing three plus wickets conceding 70 plus runs in one dayers. The other three are – MS Kasprowicz – 9.0-0-71-3 vs India at Dhaka on 28.10.98, JN Gillespie – 10.0-1-70-5 vs Pakistan at Nairobi on 07.09.02 and MJ Johnson – 10.0-0-81-3 vs New Zealand at Hamilton on 20.02.07

MG Johnson became the fifth bowler in the history of one day internationals to capture three plus wickets conceding 70 plus runs on two occasions. The other four bowlers are – EA Brandes of Zimbabwe, A Nehra of India, BP Patterson of West Indies and Waqar Younis of Pakistan. The performance of these five bowlers are listed below

No Bowlers W R Team Opp Ground Date
1 EABrandes 3 70 Zim Srl NPlymouth 23.02.92
2 EABrandes 3 74 Zim NZl Harare 08.11.92
1 MGJohnson 3 81 Aus NZl Hamilton 20.02.07
2 MGJohnson 3 75 Aus Ind Nagpur 28.10.09
1 ANehra 4 72 Ind Pak Vizag 05.04.05
2 ANehra 3 72 Ind Pak Delhi 17.04.05
1 BPPatterson 3 78 Win Pak Trinidad 18.03.88
2 BPPatterson 3 77 Win Pak Trinidad 20.03.88
1 WaqarYounis 4 73 Pak Eng Nottingham 20.08.92
2 WaqarYounis 3 70 Pak NZl Auckland 23.12.95

SE Marsh was stumped by MS Dhoni in this game providing the 47th stumping dismissal for the Indian wicket keeper. He pouched a catch to dismiss Pm Siddle to take his aggregate of dismissals to 194 {147 catches and 48 stumpings} at the end of this game.

G Gambhir {76}, MS Dhoni {124} and SK Raina {62} scored fifties in this game to provide the seventh occasion of three or more Indian batsmen registering fifties in an innings against Australia.

MEK Hussey’s 53 in this game provide the 137th occasion of an Australian batsman registering a fifty against India. His knock of 53 in this game represents the fourth half century against India and 28th one day fifty {02 hundreds and 26 half centuries}.

India’s victory in this game is India’s 33rd win against Australia in 99 encounters. It has lost 58 games while eight games have ended in no result.

Australia was all out for 255 in this game leaving India victorious by 99 runs. India carved its 350th win in one day game to become the third country to register 350 plus wins in one day games. Others are Australia {445} and Pakistan {381}

Australia’s all out for 255 in this game provides the 24th occasion of Australia being dismissed all out against India in India-Australia one day series. It also provides the 15th occasion of Australia being dismissed all out while batting second against India.

NM Hauritz’s 30 not out in this game represent his highest individual one day score. His previous best was 24 not out against South Africa at Johannesburg on 17.04.09.

RT Ponting was making his 326th one day game appearance in this game which made him the most capped Australian one day cricketer. He wrested the record from SR Waugh who had 325 one day appearances to his credit.

Yuvraj Singh hit a six in this game {of N Hauritz} to take his tally of sixes against Australia to 12. which puts him on par with N Kapil Dev who also has 12 sixes against Australia to his credit. Only SR Tendulkar with 31 sixes has hit more sixes than N Kapil Dev and Yuvraj Singh against Australia.

MS Dhoni has now seven stumping dismissals to his credit against Australia. He effected a stumping dismissal in this game – SE Marsh of RA Jadeja for 21. MS Dhoni is now on par with NR Mongia who also has seven stumping dismissals against Australia. Only CS Pandit with eight stumping dismissals to his credit has more stumpings dismissals against Australia than NR Mongia and MS Dhoni

SR Tendulkar has taken 29 catches against Australia at the end of this game. He pouched a catch to dismiss SR Watson of Ishant Sharma for 19 in this game. one more catch for him would give him 30 catches and with it the record of becoming the first fieldsman to pouch 30 catches against Australia.

Karnataka in Ranji Trophy

Karnataka will be meeting Uttar Pradesh in the first match of 2009-10 season. The key stats of Karnataka in Ranji Trophy and also between Karnataka and Uttar Pradesh produced by the Domestic Champion Statistician Sri C Keshavamurthy, exclusively for the visitors of crickick.com

Karnataka in Rani Trophy
Played 348
Won 157
Lost 055
Drawn 136
Drawn games include
No Result Matches, 08
Lost on Run Quotient and 01
Lost on Spin of Coin 01
Key Statistics
Highest Total
For Kar 791-6d vs Bengal Calcutta 1990/91
Ag Kar 912-8d by Holkar Indore 1945/46
Lowest Total in a completed innings
For Kar 028 vs Bombay Bangalore 1951/52
Ag Kar 027 by Kerala Bangalore 1963/64
Highest Individual Score
For Kar 283 RLBarrington Vs MP Bangalore 2004/05
Ag Kar 353 VVS Laxman For Hyd Bangalore 1999/00
Best Innings Bowling
For Kar 9/72 Chandrasekhar Vs Kerala Bijapur 1969/70
Ag Kar 9/61 CT Sarwate For Holkar Indore 1945/46
Best Match Bowling
For Kar 16/99 AKumble Vs Kerala Tellicherry 1994/95
Ag Kar 14/77 BRamprakash for Kerala Palakkad 1996/97

Karnataka and Uttar Pradesh would be meeting on 03.11.09. It is a season’s opening game for the both the teams. The following tables show some of the key stats between the two teams

Head to Head
Played 4
Won 2
Drawn 2
Highest Total in an Innings
Kar 617-9d Bangalore 1997/98
UP 567-10 Bangalore 2008/09
Lowest Total in an innings
Kar 337 Kanpur 2006/07
UP 112 Mohannagar 1977/78
Highest Individual Score
Kar 247 GRViswanath Mohannagar 1977/78
UP 159 TMSrivatsava Bangalore 2008/09
Best Innings Bowling
Kar 6-024 BSChandrasekhar Mohannagar 1977/78
UP 9-152 RSHans Mohannagar 1977/78
Best Match Bowling
Kar 12-081 BSChandrasekhar Mohannagar 1977/78
UP 09-152 RSHans Mohannagar 1977/78
Centurions-Karnataka
1 GR Viswanath 247 Mohannagar 1977/78
2 BP Patel 100 Mohannagar 1977/78
3 RDravid 215 Bangalore 1997/98
4 VR Bharadwaj 122 Bangalore 1997/98
5 J Arunkumar 104 Bangalore 1997/98
6 B Akhil 135 Bangalore 2008/09
Centurions-Uttar Pradesh
1 TM Srivatsava 159 Bangalore 2008/09
2 M Kaif 112 Bangalore 2008/09
Five or more wickets in an innings -Karnataka
1 Chandrasekhar 6/057 Mohannagar 1977/78
2 Chandrasekhar 6/024 Mohannagar 1977/78
3 R Vinaykumar 5/047 Kanpur 2006/07
Five or more wickets in an innings -Uttar Pradesh
1 RS Hans 9/152 Mohannagar 1977/78
Ten or more wickets in a match – Karnataka
1 Chandrasekhar 12/81 Mohannagar 1977/78

Zimbabwe in Bangladesh : E Chigumbara stars in Zimbabwe's win in first one dayer

Bangladesh vs Zimbabwe : First One dayer at Dhaka {SBNS} on 27.10.09 : Zimbabwe won by five wickets

Bangladesh lost its first wicket at zero in this game providing just the second occasion of Bangladesh losing its first wicket at zero against Zimbabwe. The first occasion was at Bulwayo on 14.08.09.

Bangladesh lost its first wicket at zero in this game providing the 19th occasion of Bangladesh losing its first wicket at zero against various oppositions in one day games. It is the ninth such occasion for Bangladesh on home soil.

Zimbabwe inserted the opposition and won the game providing the 15th occasion of Zimbabwe winning the game against various oppositions after inserting the oppositions. This win provides the fourth such win by Zimbabwe against Bangladesh.

Bangladesh score card read 6 for 62 in this game providing the 19th occasion of Bangladesh losing its six wickets under 63 runs against various oppositions in one day games. It is the third such instance against Zimbabwe. The other two occasions are – 6 for 38 at Nairobi-Age on 14.10.97 and 6 for 49 at Harare on 07.04.01. This is the first occasion of Bangladesh losing six wickets under 63 runs against Zimbabwe on home soil and seventh occasion against various oppositions.

Dolar Mahmud scored 41 in this game providing the highest individual score by a Bangladesh batsman batting at number ten in one day games. The previous best was 39 by Mashrafe Mortaza against India at Dhaka on 27.12.04.

Dolar Mahmud scored 41 in this game provides the 13th occasion of a batsman batting at number 10 scoring 41 plus runs in the history of one day games. The following table lists out all the 13 occasions.

No Batsmen Runs Team Opp Ground Date
1 DAMarillier 56* Zim Ind Faridabad 07.03.02
2 IKPathan 50 Ind NZl Bulawayo 26.08.05
3 DBLPowell 48* Win RSA St George’s 10.04.07
4 AbdulRazzaq 46* Pak RSA Durban 03.04.98
5 DGough 46* Eng Aus Ch-le-St 23.06.05
6 HarbhajanSingh 46 Ind Aus Vizag 03.04.01
7 MohammadSami 46 Pak RSA Centurion 04.02.07
8 KDMills 44* NZl Aus Sydney 08.12.04
9 JNGillespie 44* Aus West Adelaide 26.01.05
10 JSrinath 43 Ind Pak Toronto 16.04.98
11 HarbhajanSingh 41* Ind Eng The Oval 03.09.04
12 ESchiferli 41 Net Bre Potchefstroom 08.04.09
13 DolarMahmud 41 Ban Zim DhakaSBNS 27.10.09

Mushfqar Rahim and Dolar Mahmud added 54 runs for the ninth wicket providing the fifth occasion of a ninth wicket stand of fifty plus runs by Bangladesh batsmen in one day games.

Mushfqar Rahim and Dolar Mahmud added 54 runs for the ninth wicket providing the record ninth wicket stand by Bangladesh batsmen against Zimbabwe in one day games. The previous best was 37 runs unfinished stand between Mohamad Rafique and Mohamad Sharif at Harare on 07.04.01

Mushfqar Rahim and Dolar Mahmud added 54 runs for the ninth wicket providing the record ninth wicket stand by Bangladesh batsmen against various oppositions on home soil. The previous best was the 48 runs stand between Mashrafe Mortaza and Mushfiqur Rahman at Dhaka on 27.12.04.

E Chigumbara completed 2000 ODI runs when he was on 45 during his knock of 60 not out in this game. At the end this game his aggregate stood at 2015. He became the eleventh Zimbabwe batsman to aggregate 2000 plus ODI runs. Others are A Flower {6786}, G Flower {4536}, ADR Campbell {5185}, HH Streak {2543}, SV Carlisle {2740}, GJ Whittal {2705}, BRM Taylor {2376}. H Masakadza {2189}, T Taibu {2045}and S Matsikenyeri {2040}.

Mushfiqur Rahim made 56 in this game providing the eleventh occasion of a Bangladesh wicket keeper batsman registering a half century in one day games. These eleven occasions are shared between Mushfiqur Rahim {four occasions} and Khaled Mashud {seven occasions}

Mushfiqur Rahim made 56 in this game which represents the highest individual score by a Bangladesh wicket keeper batsman on home soil. The previous best was Khaled Mashud’s 54 not out against Pakistan at Chittagong {MAA} on 22.01.02

Mushfiqur Rahim made 56 in this game represents the fifth occasion of a Bangladesh wicket keeper batsman registering a half century on home soil.

No Batsmen Runs Opp Ground Date
1 MushfiqurRahim 56 Zim DhakaSBNS 27.10.09
2 KhaledMashud 54* Pak ChittagongMAA 22.01.02
3 KhaledMashud 53* Win Dhaka 08.10.99
4 KhaledMashud 51 Zim Dhaka 29.01.05
5 KhaledMashud 50* Ind ChittagongMAA 23.12.04

Mushfiqur Rahim made 56 in this game which represents the highest individual score by a Bangladesh wicket keeper batsman against Zimbabwe on home soil. The previous best was Khaled Mashud’s 51 at Dhaka on 29.01.05

Zimbabwe’s victory in this game represents its 22nd win over Bangladesh in one day games and also represent its 94th win in one day games

SR Tendulkar's scores of below 15 runs in One day games

SR Tendulkar’s dismissal for 14 in the first one day game against Australia at Vadodara on 25.10.09 represents his 153rd score of below 15 in one day games. Tendulkar has played 420 innings at the end of the first game against Australia at Vadodara on 25.10.09. The following table lists all the 153 scores of below 15.

No Runs Opp Ground Date
1 0 Pak Gujranwala 18.12.89
2 0 NZl Dunedin 01.03.90
3 10 Srl Sharjah 25.04.90
4 4 Srl Cuttack 28.12.90
5 11* Win Sharjah 22.10.91
6 0 Pak Sharjah 25.10.91
7 4 RSA Gwalior 12.11.91
8 1 RSA New Delhi 14.11.91
9 1 Win Perth 06.12.91
10 4 Aus Melbourne 18.01.92
11 11 Aus Brisbane 01.03.92
12 4 Win Wellington 10.03.92
13 14 RSA Adelaide 15.03.92
14 15 RSA Cape Town 07.12.92
15 10 RSA P Elizabeth 09.12.92
16 1 Eng Chandigarh 21.01.93
17 3 Eng Bangalore 26.02.93
18 5 Eng Gwalior 04.03.93
19 3 Zim Faridabad 19.03.93
20 8* Zim Guwahati 22.03.93
21 15 Srl Col-RPS 12.08.93
22 2 Win Ahmedabad 16.11.93
23 3 RSA Mohali 22.11.93
24 15 RSA Kolkata 24.11.93
25 1 Srl Rajkot 15.02.94
26 11* Srl Hyd-Ind 18.02.94
27 15 NZl Napier 25.03.94
28 6 Aus Sharjah 19.04.94
29 11* Srl Col-RPS 04.09.94
30 6 Srl Col-RPS 05.09.94
31 0 Srl Col-SSC 17.09.94
32 0 Win Faridabad 17.10.94
33 0 Win Mumbai 20.10.94
34 8 Win Chennai 23.10.94
35 13 NZl Napier 16.02.95
36 4 Pak Sharjah 07.04.95
37 7 NZl Pune 24.11.95
38 1 NZl Mum-BS 29.11.95
39 3 Zim Kanpur 06.03.96
40 1 Pak Sharjah 12.04.96
41 2 RSA Sharjah 14.04.96
42 6 Eng Leeds 25.05.96
43 1 Eng Manchester 26.05.96
44 7 Aus Col-SSC 06.09.96
45 2 Pak Toronto 18.09.96
46 3 Pak Toronto 21.09.96
47 11 RSA Hyd-Ind 17.10.96
48 0 RSA B’fontein 23.01.97
49 6 Zim Paarl 27.01.97
50 1 RSA P Elizabeth 02.02.97
51 14 RSA E London 04.02.97
52 13 Zim Bulawayo 15.02.97
53 9 Win Kingstown 30.04.97
54 1 Win Bridgetown 03.05.97
55 2 Srl Mumbai 17.05.97
56 4 Pak Chennai 21.05.97
57 6 Srl Col-RPS 20.08.97
58 0 Pak Toronto 18.09.97
59 6 Pak Toronto 20.09.97
60 2 Pak Hyd-Pak 28.09.97
61 7 Pak Lahore 02.10.97
62 3 Pak Sharjah 14.12.97
63 1 Win Sharjah 16.12.97
64 6 Srl Margao 28.12.97
65 1 Pak Dhaka 16.01.98
66 8 Aus Kochi 01.04.98
67 5 Zim Vadodara 05.04.98
68 1 Zim Cuttack 09.04.98
69 15 Aus Delhi 14.04.98
70 2 Zim Harare 30.09.98
71 8 Win Dhaka 31.10.98
72 3 Srl Sharjah 06.11.98
73 11 Zim Sharjah 11.11.98
74 0 NZl Taupo 09.01.99
75 5 NZl Auckland 16.01.99
76 2 Srl Taunton 26.05.99
77 0 Aus The Oval 04.06.99
78 14 Aus Galle 23.08.99
79 0 Win Singapore 08.09.99
80 1 NZl Gwalior 11.11.99
81 2 NZl Guwahati 14.11.99
82 0 NZl Delhi 17.11.99
83 13 Pak Brisbane 10.01.00
84 12 Aus Melbourne 12.01.00
85 1 Aus Sydney 14.01.00
86 3 Aus Perth 30.01.00
87 12 RSA Faridabad 15.03.00
88 5 RSA Sharjah 22.03.00
89 11 Pak Sharjah 23.03.00
90 10 Pak Sharjah 26.03.00
91 8 Zim Sharjah 22.10.00
92 4 Zim Sharjah 26.10.00
93 5 Srl Sharjah 29.10.00
94 8 Zim Ahmedabad 05.12.00
95 12 Aus Margao 06.04.01
96 9 Zim Bulawayo 27.06.01
97 0 Win Harare 07.07.01
98 3 Ken P Elizabeth 17.10.01
99 12 Eng Mumbai 03.02.02
100 1 Eng Lord’s 29.06.02
101 14 Eng Lord’s 13.07.02
102 7 Zim Col-RPS 14.09.02
103 9* Eng Col-RPS 22.09.02
104 7* Srl Col-RPS 30.09.02
105 0 NZl Wellington 08.01.03
106 1 NZl Auckland 11.01.03
107 1 NZl Hamilton 14.01.03
108 5 Ken Cape Town 07.03.03
109 15 NZl Centurion 14.03.03
110 4 Aus Jo’burg 23.03.03
111 14 NZl Cuttack 06.11.03
112 5 Aus Perth 01.02.04
113 3 Zim Perth 03.02.04
114 8 Aus Melbourne 06.02.04
115 0 Pak Peshawar 19.03.04
116 7 Pak Lahore 21.03.04
117 11 Srl Dambulla 18.07.04
118 4 Pak Kochi 02.04.05
119 2 Pak Vizag 05.04.05
120 6 Pak Jamshedpur 09.04.05
121 1 Pak Kanpur 15.04.05
122 9 Pak Delhi 17.04.05
123 2 Srl Jaipur 31.10.05
124 11 Srl Pune 03.11.05
125 2 RSA Hyd-Ind 16.11.05
126 2 RSA Bangalore 19.11.05
127 2 RSA Kolkata 25.11.05
128 0 Pak Multan 16.02.06
129 2* Srl Col-SSC 18.08.06
130 12 Aus K Lumpur 16.09.06
131 4 Aus K Lumpur 22.09.06
132 10 Aus Mohali 29.10.06
133 2 RSA Cape Town 26.11.06
134 1 RSA P Elizabeth 29.11.06
135 0 Win Cuttack 24.01.07
136 1 Srl Margao 14.02.07
137 7 Ban Trinidad 17.03.07
138 0 Srl Trinidad 23.03.07
139 4 Ire Belfast 23.06.07
140 8 RSA Belfast 1.07.07
141 8 Eng Birmingham 27.08.07
142 0 Aus Bangalore 29.09.07
143 4 Pak Guwahati 05.11.07
144 10 Aus Brisbane 3.02.08
145 5 Aus Adelaide 17.02.08
146 0 Srl Adelaide 19.02.08
147 2 Aus Sydney 24.02.08
148 11 Eng Bangalore 23.11.08
149 5 Srl Dambulla 28.01.09
150 6 Srl Col-RPS 31.01.09
151 7 Srl Col-RPS 03.02.09
152 8 Pak Centurion 26.09.09
153 14 Aus Vadodara 25.10.09

Tendulkar has been dismissed for Zero on 20 occasions which are listed below.

No Runs Opp Ground Date
1 0 Pak Gujranwala 18.12.89
2 0 NZl Dunedin 01.03.90
3 0 Pak Sharjah 25.10.91
4 0 Srl Col-SSC 17.09.94
5 0 Win Faridabad 17.10.94
6 0 Win Mumbai 20.10.94
7 0 RSA B’fontein 23.01.97
8 0 Pak Toronto 18.09.97
9 0 NZl Taupo 09.01.99
10 0 Aus The Oval 04.06.99
11 0 Win Singapore 08.09.99
12 0 NZl Delhi 17.11.99
13 0 Win Harare 07.07.01
14 0 NZl Wellington 08.01.03
15 0 Pak Peshawar 19.03.04
16 0 Pak Multan 16.02.06
17 0 Win Cuttack 24.01.07
18 0 Srl Trinidad 23.03.07
19 0 Aus Bangalore 29.09.07
20 0 Srl Adelaide 19.02.08

SR Tendulkar’s break up of below 15 runs ranging from zero to 15 including not outs read as under

Runs Occasions NOs Total
0 20 0 20
1 20 0 20
2 14 1 15
3 10 0 10
4 12 0 12
5 09 0 09
6 09 0 09
7 07 1 08
8 09 1 10
9 04 1 05
10 05 0 05
11 08 2 10
12 05 0 05
13 03 0 03
14 06 0 06
15 06 0 06
147 6 153

SR Tendulkar’s break up of below 15 runs country wise is shown below. The table include zeros and Not outs against each country

Opp 0s NOs 01 to 15 Total
Aus 2 0 21 23
Ban 0 0 01 01
Eng 0 1 10 11
Ire 0 0 01 01
Ken 0 0 02 02
NZl 4 0 11 15
Pak 5 0 21 26
RSA 1 0 19 20
Srl 3 4 18 25
Win 5 1 8 14
Zim 0 1 14 15
20 7 126 153

India has won 59 games and lost 86 games when SR Tendulkar has scored below 15 runs. 2 games were tied and six games ended in no result. The break up country wise is tabulated below

No Opposition Won Lost Tied NR Tot
1 Australia 2 18 1 3 24
2 Bangladesh 0 1 0 0 1
3 England 6 5 0 0 11
4 Ireland 1 0 0 0 1
5 Kenya 1 1 0 0 2
6 New Zealand 8 7 0 0 15
7 Pakistan 9 17 0 0 26
8 South Africa 5 15 0 0 20
9 Sri Lanka 12 10 0 3 25
10 West Indies 4 9 0 0 13
11 Zimbabwe 11 3 1 0 15
Total 59 86 2 6 153

Skip to toolbar