Bangladesh vs England one day series : England wins the first one day at Mirpur

Bangladesh vs England – First one day at Dhaka-Mirpur on 28.02.10 : England won by six wickets

England won the toss and inserted the opposition providing the 137th occasion of England doing so against all the opposition. England has won 76 games, lost 54 games, tied one game and six games have ended as no result game when it has inserted the opposition.

England won the toss and inserted the opposition providing the third occasion of England doing so against Bangladesh. England has won all the three games.

Tamim Iqbal scored 125 in this game providing the 311th occasion of a batsman scoring a hundred when a team has lost the toss and asked to bat first.

Tamim Iqbal scored 125 in this game providing the fifth occasion of a Bangladesh batsman scoring a hundred when Bangladesh lost the toss and asked to bat first. The other four occasions are – 123* by Shahriar Nafees vs Zimbabwe at Jaipur on 13.10.06, 134* by Shakib Al Hasan vs Canada at St John’s on 28.02.07, 104 by Shakib Al Hasan vs Zimbabwe at Bulawayo on 11.08.09 and 101 by Imrul Kayes vs New Zealand at Christchurch on 11.02.10

Tamim Iqbal scored 125 in this game providing the 18th occasion of a Bangladesh batsman scoring a hundred in one day games. He became the first Bangladesh batsman to score a hundred against England in one day games.

Tamim Iqbal scored 125 in this game providing the third occasion of his scoring a hundred in one day games. The other two hundreds are – 129 vs Ireland at Dhaka on 22.03.08 and 154 vs Zimbabwe at Bulawayo on 16.08.09

Tamim Iqbal with his three one day hundreds earned the distinction of becoming the fourth Bangladesh batsman to score three or more hundreds in one day games. The other three batsmen are – Shahriar Nafees {04}, Shakib Al Hasan {04} and Mohammad Ashraful {03}.

Tamim Iqbal’s 125 in this game was in a losing cause providing the fifth occasion of a Bangladesh batsman’s hundred going in vain. The other four occasions are – 101 by Mehrab Hossain vs Zimbabwe at Dhaka on 25.03.99, 108 by Shakib Al Hasan vs Pakistan at Multan on 16.04.08, 115 by Alok Kapali vs India at Karachi on 28.06.08 and 101 by Imrul Kayes vs New Zealand at Christchurch on 11.02.10

Tamim Iqbal’s 125 in this game represent the highest individual score by Bangladesh batsman in a losing cause. The previous best was 115 by Alok Kapali vs India at Karachi on 28.06.08

Tamim Iqbal’s 125 in this game was in a losing cause providing the 262nd occasion of a batsman’s hundred going in vain in the history of one day games.

AN Cook registered his fourth one day half century and his fifth one day fifty when he made 68 in this game.

PD Collingwood registered his 25th one day half century and 30th one day fifty when he scored 75 not out in this game

AN Cook scored 64 in this game providing the 84th occasion of a England captain scoring a fifty in one day games.

AN Cook became the seventh England captain to score a fifty on captaincy debut. The other six are – MH Denness – 66 vs West Indies at Leeds on 05.09.73, AJ Lamb 55* vs West Indies at Bridgetown on 03.04.90, MA Atherton – 86 vs West Indies at Bridgetown on 16.02.04, GP Thorpe – 62* vs Sri Lanka at Dambulla on 23.03.01, ME Trescothick – 52 vs Zimbabwe at Bulawayo on 10.10.01 and AJ Strauss – 74* vs India at Jamshedpur on 12.04.06.

England capped C Kieswetter in this game. He became the 213th England cricketer to appear in one day games. He is the third England cricketer to make one day debut against Bangladesh. The other two are – J Lewis at The Oval on 16.06.05 and CT Tremlett at Nottingham on 21.06.05.

Aftab Ahmed and Mushfiqur Rahim were dismissed run out for 2 and 22 respectively in this game providing the ninth and tenth occasion of Bangladesh batsman dismissed run out against England.

Aftab Ahmed and Mushfiqur Rahim were dismissed run out for 2 and 22 respectively in this game providing the second occasion of two Bangladesh batsman dismissed run out in an innings against England. The first such occasion was witnessed at Dhaka {Bangabandhu National Stadium} on 12.11.03 when Hannan Sarkar {21} and Khaled Mashud {11} were dismissed run out

Bangladesh was dismissed all out for 228 in this game providing the 102nd occasion of Bangaldesh being all out in one day games. It also represents the sixth occasion of Bangladesh being all out against England in one day games. Its total of 228 represents the highest team total when Bangladesh was all out against England. The previous best was 223 at Nottingham on 21.06.05.

India vs South Africa One day series : Some more stats on Ahmedabad game

MV Boucher effected five dismissals in this game providing the eighth occasion of his effecting five or more dismissals in one day games. It is the first occasion that a South African wicket keeper effecting five or more dismissals against India in a one day game.

MV Boucher effected five dismissals in this game providing the eleventh occasion of South African wicket keeper effecting five or more dismissals in one day games. The break up of these eleven occasions read thus – MV Boucher {08}, AB de Villiers {01}, DJ Richardson {02}

MV Boucher effected five dismissals in this game providing the seventh occasion of a wicket keeper effecting five or more dismissals against India in one day games. The break up of these six occasions read thus – AC Gilchrist of Australia – {03 occasions}, BB McCullum of New Zealand {02 occasions}, D Ramdin of West Indies {01 occasion}

MV Boucher effected five dismissals in this game providing the first occasion of a South African wicket keeper effecting five or more dismissals in one day games which included a stumping dismissal. It is interesting that all the other ten occasions were all caught dismissals.

S Sreesanth returned with figures of 9.0-0-83-0 in this game providing the 94th occasion of a bowler to concede 80 plus runs in an innings in the history of one day games. J Botha of South Africa also returned with figures of 10.0-0-80-2 in this game providing the 95th instance.

S Sreesanth {9.0-0-83-0} and J Botha {10.0-0-80-2} conceded 80 plus runs in this game providing the fourth occasion of rival bowlers conceding 80 plus runs in an one day game.

JH Kallis registered his 17th one day hundred when he made 104 not out in this game, while AB de Villiers scored his sixth one day hundred when he made 102 not out in this game.

AB de Villiers scored hundreds in consecutive one day games with his 102 not out in this game. In the previous game at Gwalior he had scored 114 not out. His feat provides the 58th occasion of a batsman registering hundreds in consecutive innings in the history of one day games. He becomes the fourth South African batsman to achieve the feat. The other three are – HH Gibbs, JH Kallis and GC Smith.

AB de Villiers scored 100 in 58 balls which represent the seventh fastest hundred in one day games. The other six are – Shahid Afridi of Pakistan {in 37 balls vs Sri Lanka at Nairobi on 04.10.96}, MV Boucher of South Africa {in 44 balls vs Zimbabwe at Potchefstroom on 20.09.06}, BC Lara of West Indies {in 45 balls vs Bangladesh at Dhaka on 09.10.99}, Shahid Afridi of Pakistan {in 45 balls vs India at Kanpur on 15.04.05}, ST Jayasuriya of Sri Lanka {in 48 balls vs Pakistan at Singapore on 02.04.96} and ST Jayasuriya of Sri Lanka {in 55 balls vs Bangladesh at Karachi on 30.06.08}

HM Amla and LL Bosman added 113 runs for the first wicket and JH Kallis and AB de Villiers added 173* runs in an unfinished stand for the third wicket in this game providing the 161st and 162nd occasion of South African batsmen posting a three figure partnership in one day games.

These two three figure partnerships provide the 21st and 22nd occasion of three figure partnerships posted by South African batsmen against India.

HM Amla and LL Bosman added 113 runs for the first wicket in this game providing the eighth occasion of a three figure partnership for the first wicket by South African batsmen against India.

JH Kallis and AB de Villiers added 173* runs in an unfinished stand for the third wicket in this game providing the fifth occasion of South African batsmen posting a three figure partnership in one day games against India.

JH Kallis and AB de Villiers added 173* runs in an unfinished stand for the third wicket in this game providing the record third wicket partnership by South African batsmen posting a three figure partnership in one day games against India. The previous best was the 113 runs stand between DJ Cullinan and WJ Cronje at Jaipur on 23.10.96.

HM Amla and LL Bosman added 113 runs for the first wicket and JH Kallis and AB de Villiers added 173* runs in an unfinished stand for the third wicket in this game providing the third occasion of South African batsmen posting two three figure partnership in an innings against India. The other two such occasions were witnessed at New Delhi on 14.11.91 {111 runs for the second wicket between KC Wessels and PN Kirsten and 105 runs for the third wicket between PN Kirsten and AP Kuiper} and at Bloemfontein on 23.01.97 {111 runs for the third wicket between G Kirsten and DJ Cullinan and 102 runs unfinished stand for the fifth wicket between WJ Cronje and JN Rhodes}

HM Amla and LL Bosman added 113 runs for the first wicket and JH Kallis and AB de Villiers added 173* runs in an unfinished stand for the third wicket in this game providing the 107th occasion of two three figure partnership in an innings in the history of one day games.

HM Amla and LL Bosman added 113 runs for the first wicket and JH Kallis and AB de Villiers added 173* runs in an unfinished stand for the third wicket in this game providing the 16th occasion of South African batsmen posting two three figure partnership in an innings in one day games.

LL Bosman registered his second one day half century when he scored 68 in this game. He first half century was his 88 vs Zimbabwe at Potchefstroom on 20.09.06.

HM Amla scored his seventh one day half century and eighth one day fifty when he scored 87 in this game.

India were dismissed all out for 275 in this game providing the 224th occasion of India being dismissed all out in one day games. It also provides the 121st occasion of India being all out when it has batted second.

India were dismissed all out for 275 in this game providing the 22nd occasion of India being dismissed all out in one day games against South Africa. It also provides the eleventh occasion of India being all out when it has batted second.

India vs South Africa One day Series : Third one day at Ahmedabad : Visitors win the game by 90 runs

India vs South Africa ; Third one day game at Ahmedabad on 27.02.10 : South Africa won by 90 runs.

M Vijay and A Mithun made thier one day debut in this game. They became the 181st and 182nd Indian cricketerss to appear in one day games. They also became the 14th Indian and 15th Indian cricketers to make his one day debut against South Africa.

It is the second occasion that India has capped two cricketers against South Africa in one day game. On 05.10.01 at Johannesburg, SS Das and D Das Gupta had made their one day debut against South Africa

M Vijay became the third Indian opening batsman to make his one day debut against South Africa. The other two are – S Somasundar at Hyderabad- LBS on 17.10,96 and W Jaffer at Durban on 22.11.06.

A Mithun became the second Indian medium pace bowler to make one day debut against South Africa. I Sharma who had made his debut at Belfast on 29.06.07 was the other medium pace bowler.

South African innings contained four fifties – LL Bosman {68}, HM Amla {87}, JH Kallis {104} and AB de Villers {102} providing the 36th occasion of four or more batsmen scoring fifties in an innings in One day games.

South African innings contained four fifties – LL Bosman {68}, HM Amla {87}, JH Kallis {104} and AB de Villers {102} providing the seventh occasion of four or more South African batsmen scoring fifties in an innings

South African innings contained four fifties – LL Bosman {68}, HM Amla {87}, JH Kallis {104} and AB de Villers {102} providing the first occasion of four or more South African batsmen scoring fifties in an innings against India.

South African innings contained four fifties – LL Bosman {68}, HM Amla {87}, JH Kallis {104} and AB de Villers {102} providing the second occasion of four or more batsmen scoring fifties in an innings against India. The first such occasion was witnessed a Vadodara on 25.10.09 in the game against Australia, when four Australian batsmen – TD Paine {50}, RT Ponting {74}, CL White {51} and MEK Hussey {73} had made fifties.

South African innings contained four fifties – LL Bosman {68}, HM Amla {87}, JH Kallis {104} and AB de Villers {102} providing the tenth occasion of first four batsmen scoring fifties in an innings in the history of one day games.

South African innings contained four fifties – LL Bosman {68}, HM Amla {87}, JH Kallis {104} and AB de Villers {102} providing the first occasion of first four South African batsmen scoring fifties in an innings against India.

South African innings contained four fifties – LL Bosman {68}, HM Amla {87}, JH Kallis {104} and AB de Villers {102} providing the third occasion of first four South African batsmen scoring fifties in an innings. The other two occasions are – vs Zimbabwe at Bulawayo on 23.09.01 – G Kirsten {66}, HH Gibbs {125}, JH Kallis {83} and JN Rhodes {54*} and vs Zimbabwe at Potchefstroom on 20.09.06 – LL Bosman {88}, AN Petersen {80}, JH Kallis {50} and MV Boucher {147*}

JH Kallis {104*} and AB de Villiers {102*} registered hundreds in South Africa’s innings providing the 83rd occasion of two batsmen scoring hundreds in an innings in the history of one day games.

JH Kallis {104*} and AB de Villiers {102*} registered hundreds in South Africa’s innings providing the fifth occasion of two South African batsmen scoring hundreds in an innings in the history of one day games.

JH Kallis {104*} and AB de Villiers {102*} registered hundreds in South Africa’s innings providing the second occasion of two South African batsmen scoring hundreds in an innings in the history of one day games. The first such instance was witnessed at Kochi on 09.03.00, when G Kirsten {115} and HH Gibbs {111} had scored hundreds.

JH Kallis {104*} and AB de Villiers {102*} registered hundreds in South Africa’s innings providing the 14th occasion of two batsmen scoring hundreds in an innings in the history of one day games against India. The break up of these 14 occasions country wise read thus – South Africa {02}, Pakistan {04}, West Indies {01}, Australia {03}, England {02}, Zimbabwe {01} and Sri Lanka {01}.

JH Kallis’s 104 not out in this game represent the 148th occasion of a captain scoring a hundred in a one day game against India.

JH Kallis’s 104 not out in this game represent the 18th occasion of a captain scoring a hundred in a one day game against India {Indian captains – eleven hundreds and visiting captains – seven hundreds}

JH Kallis’s 104 not out in this game represent the ninth occasion of a South Africa captain scoring a hundred in a one day game. He is the second South African captain to score a hundred in a one day game, after GC Smith who has scored eight hundreds.

JH Kallis’s 104 not out in this game represent the second occasion of a captain scoring a hundred in a one day game against India. The other occasion was GC Smith’s 134* at Kolkata on 25.11.05.

JH Kallis’s 104 not out in this game represent the 20th occasion of a captain scoring a hundred in a one day game on Indian soil.

JH Kallis’s 104 not out in this game represent the 20th occasion of a captain scoring a hundred in a one day game on Indian soil {Indian captains – 11 and visiting captains -07}

A Mithun returned with figures of 8.0-0-63-0 on his debut in this game providing the third occasion of an Indian bowler going wicket less conceding 60 plus runs. The other two bowlers are – KD Ghavri {11.0-1-83-0 vs England at Lord’s on 07.06.75} and IK Pathan {10.0-0-61-0 vs Australia at Melbourne on 09.01.04}

S Sreesanth returned with figures of 9.0-0-83-0 in this game providing the eighth occasion of an Indian bowlers to concede 80 plus runs without a capturing a wicket in a one day game. Sreesanth is the first Indian bowler to go wicketless conceding 80 plus rung an innings against South Africa.

S Sreesanth returned with figures of 9.0-0-83-0 in this game providing the thirty eighth occasion of a bowler to concede 80 plus runs without a capturing a wicket in the history of one day games.

S Sreesanth returned with figures of 9.0-0-83-0 in this game providing the eighth occasion of an Indian bowler to concede 80 plus runs without a capturing a wicket in the history of one day games.

South Africa’s 365 for 2 in this game provide the 354th occasion of a team posing 300 plus runs in an innings.

South Africa’s 365 for 2 in this game provide the 38th occasion of South Africa posing 300 plus runs in an innings.

South Africa’s 365 for 2 in this game provide the third occasion of South Africa posing 300 plus runs in an innings against India. The other two occasions are – 320 for 7 at Ahmedabad on 27.02.10 and 301 for 3 at Nagpur on 19.03.00.

South Africa’s 365 for 2 in this game represent South Africa’s highest team total against India

MV Boucher effected five dismissals in this game providing the 72nd occasion of wicket keeper effecting five or more dismissals in one day games. At the end of this game, MV Boucher’s dismissals stood at 421 dismissals {399 catches and 22 stumpings}

MV Boucher effected five dismissals in this game providing the 72nd occasion of wicket keeper effecting five or more dismissals in one day games. At the end of this game, MV Boucher’s dismissals stood at 421 dismissals {399 catches and 22 stumpings}

MV Boucher effected five dismissals in this game providing the 72nd occasion of wicket keeper effecting five or more dismissals in one day games. At the end of this game, MV Boucher’s dismissals stood at 421 dismissals {399 catches and 22 stumpings}

India vs South Africa One day series : India win at Gwalior : SR Tendulkar becomes the first batsman to score 200 runs in one dayers

India vs South Africa Second one day game at Gwalior on 24.02.10 : India won by 153 runs

MS Dhoni won the toss in this game providing the 32nd occasion of India winning the toss in India-South Africa one day series

By a coincidence, V Sehwag was playing his 221st match, exactly half of SR Tendulkar’s 442 matches. Their combined total is 663 matches.

SR Tendulkar was playing his 431st innings in this game. The record for most innings played in one day games is 432 and is credited to ST Jayasuriya of Sri Lanka.

V Sehwag’s dismissal for 9 in this game represents his 42nd dismissal for single digits which includes ten zeroes.

The three figure partnership of 194 runs between SR Tendulkar and KRD Karthik in this game represents the 292nd occasion of Indian batsmen posting a three figure partnership in one day games. It also represents the 62nd occasion of Indian batsmen posting a three figure partnership for the second wicket in one day games.

The three figure partnership of 194 runs between SR Tendulkar and KRD Karthik in this game represents the 93rd occasion of SR Tendulkar being a partner in a three figure partnership in one day games.

SR Tendulkar registered his 46th one day hundred in this game. This was his fourth hundred against South Africa. The other three hundreds are – 122 at Vadodara on 17.03.00, 114 at Mumbai on 14.12.96 and 101 at Jo’burg on 05.10.01. SR Tendulkar’s 200 not out in this game represents his highest score against South Africa

Break up of SR Tendulkar’s 46 hundreds team wise read thus : vs Australia – 09, vs England – 01, vs Kenya – 04, vs Namibia – 01, vs New Zealand – 05, vs Pakistan -05, vs South Africa – 04, vs Sri Lanka – 08, vs West Indies – 04 and vs Zimbabwe – 05.

KRD Karthik registered his fourth one day half century when he made 79 in this game. The other three are – 67 vs West Indies at Kingston on 28.06.09, 63 vs West Indies at Cuttack on 24.06.07 and 58* vs Bangladesh at Dhaka on 10.05.07. Thus his knock of 79 in this game represents his highest one day score.

194 runs partnership between SR Tendulkar and KRD Karthik in this game represents the ground record for the highest three figure partnership at Gwalior. The previous best was 190 runs partnership between SR Tendulkar and VVS Laxman against Australia on 26.10.03

194 runs partnership between SR Tendulkar and KRD Karthik in this game represents the 12th three figure partnership at Gwalior.

With 25 boundary fours in this innings 200 not out, SR Tendulkar has now the record of most boundary fours in an innings. He wrested the record of 24 boundary fours of ST Jayasuriya in his knock of 157 against Netherlands at Amstelveen on 04.07.06 which was the previous record of most boundary fours in an innings.

SR Tendulkar with his score on 195 not out in this innings became the highest scorer in One day games when he went past the scores of 194 not out by CK Coventry of Zimbabwe vs Bangladesh at Bulawayo on 16.08.09 and 194 by Saeed Anwar of Pakistan vs India at Chennai on 21.05.97, SR Tendulkar’s score of 200 not out in this innings became the highest scorer on Indian soil going past 194 by Saeed Anwar of Pakistan vs India at Chennai on 21.05.97

SR Tendulkar became the first batsman in the history of one day games to score 200 runs when he scored 200 not out in this game. It was an improvement over his 186 not out against New Zealand at Hyderabad-LBS on 05.11.99

SR Tendulkar now owns the record for most 150 plus scores in one day games. His 200 not out in this game was his fifth score of 150 plus runs. He wrested the record from ST Jayasuriya of Sri Lanka who has scored four scores of 150 plus runs. Tendulkar’s five scores of 150 plus runs are – 200 not out vs South Africa at Gwalior on 24.02.10, 186 not out vs 175 vs Australia at Hyd-RGS on 05.11.09, 163 retd hurt vs New Zealand at Christchurch on 08.03.09 and 152 vs Namibia at Pietermaritzburg on 23.02.03

MS Dhoni’s 68 not out in this game represent his 35th one day half century and 42nd one day fifty. It also represents his 14th one day half century and 16th one day fifty in the dual role of captain-cum-wicket keeper. It also represents the 54th occasion of a captain-cum-wicket keeper registering a fifty in one day games.

MS Dhoni’s 68 not out in this game represent the 127th occasion of an Indian captain registering a fifty in one day games. This knock is MS Dhoni’s 16th fifty while leading India. Other captains who have score more fifties than MS Dhoni are – SC Ganguly {32}, M Azharuddin {24} and R Dravid {21{

WD Parnell conceded 95 runs in this game providing the 16th occasion of a bowler conceding 90 plus runs in one day games. His figures represent the most expensive bowling figures by a South Africal bowler in one day games.

WD Parnell became the third bowler to concede 90 plus runs against India in one day games. The other two bowlers are – RDM Leverock of Bermuda – 10.0-0-96-1 at Port of Spain on 19.03.07 and TG Southee of New Zealand – 10.0-0-105-0 at Christchurch on 08.03.09

India’s 401 for 3 in this game represent the ninth occasion of a team posting a total of 400 plus runs in one day games. India holds the record of scoring 400 plus runs on most occasions in one day games – three occasions – 413 for 5 vs Bermuda at Port of Spain on 19.03.07, 414 for 7 vs Sri Lanka at Rajkot on 15.12.09 and 401 for 3 vs South Africa at Gwalior on 24,02.10

This game witnessed two three figure partnerships in India’s innings. SR Tendulkar and KRD Karthik added 194 runs for the second wicket and SR Tendulkar and MS Dhoni added 101 runs in an unfinished stand for the fourth wicket – providing the 106th occasion of a team posting two or more three figure partnerships in its innings.

This game witnessed two three figure partnerships in India’s innings. SR Tendulkar and KRD Karthik added 194 runs for the second wicket and SR Tendulkar and MS Dhoni added 101 runs in an unfinished stand for the fourth wicket – providing the 23rd occasion of India posting two three figure partnerships in its innings.

India’s 401 for 3 in this game represent its highest team total against South Africa. The previous best was 310 at Nagpur on 19.03.00

Three South African bowlers conceded 70 plus runs in this game – DW Steyn {89}, WD Parnell {95} and CK Langveldt {70} providing the 12th occasion of three or more bowlers conceding 70 plus runs in an innings in the history of one day games.

Three South African bowlers conceded 70 plus runs in this game – DW Steyn {89}, WD Parnell {95} and CK Langveldt {70} providing the second occasion of three or more South African bowlers conceding 70 plus runs in an innings in the history of one day games. The other occasion was against Australia at Johannesburg on 12.03.06, when five South African bowlers – M Ntini {80}, AJ Hall {80}, JJ van der Waath {76}, R Telemachus {87} and JH Kallis {70} – conceded 70 plus runs

Three South African bowlers conceded 70 plus runs in this game – DW Steyn {89}, WD Parnell {95} and CK Langveldt {70} providing the fourth occasion of three bowlers conceding 70 plus runs in an innings against India in one day games. The other two occasions were – Pakistan bowlers at Karachi on 13.03.04, England bowlers at Rajkot on 14.11.08 and Sri Lankan bowlers at Col-RPS on 14.09.09

DW Steyn conceded 89 runs in this game providing the 93rd occasion of a bowler conceding 80 plus runs in one day games

DW Steyn conceded 89 runs without a wicket in this game providing the 37th occasion of a bowler conceding 80 plus runs without a wicket in one day games

JP Duminy collected his first ball duck in this game providing the 82nd occasion of a South African batsman collecting his first ball duck in one day games.

JP Duminy collected his first ball duck in this game providing the fourth occasion of his first ball duck in one day games. The other three occasions are – vs Sri Lanka at Col-SSC on 31.08.04, vs India at Belfast on 01.07.07 and vs Sri Lanka at Centurion on 22.09.09

JP Duminy collected his first ball duck in this game providing the 12th occasion of a South African batsman collecting his first ball duck against India in one day games. PS de Villiers, JP Duminy, AC Hudson and L Klusener are the four South African batsmen who have collected first ball ducks on two occasions against India

AB de Villiers’s 100 plus in this game represent his fifth century and 25th fifty in one day games. His other four hundreds are – 146 vs West Indies at St George’s on 10.04.07, 121 vs England at Cape Town on 27.11.09, 107 vs Zimbabwe at Harare on 26.08.07 and 103* vs Pakistan at Lahore on 18.10.07

AB de Villers’s 114 not out in this game was in a losing cause providing the 16th occasion of South African batsman’s hundred going in vain. It also represents the 261st occasion of a batsman’s hundred going in vain in the history of one day games

AB de Villers’s 114 not out in this game was in a losing cause providing the fourth occasion of South African batsman’s hundred going in vain against India. The other three occasions are – 115 by G Kirsten at Kochi on 09.03.00, 111 by HH Gibbs at Kochi on 09.03.00 and 116* by HH Gibbs at Col-RPS on 25.09.02

India won this game by 153 runs providing the 26th occasion of India winning the one day game by 100 plus runs margin. It is India’s second win by 100 plus runs margin against South Africa, the first being its 153 run victory at Dhaka on 14.04.03

India vs South Africa One day Series : India wins the first one day at Jaipur by one run

India vs South Africa One day game at Jaipur on 21.02.10: India wins by one runs

South Africa won the toss and inserted the opposition providing 13th occasion of South Africa doing so against India.

JH Kallis was leading South Africa in the twelfth game and in the fourth game against India. The three games he lead against India are – at Belfast on 26.06.07, 29.07.07 and 01.07.07.

SR Tendulkar was dismissed run out for 4 in this game providing the 32nd occasion of his being dismissed run out in one day games. With his run out dismissal in this game, he is on par with Mohd Azharuddin who has also 32 run out dismissals to his credit. Among the Indian batsmen, only R Dravid {39) has been dismissed run out on more occasions than SR Tendulkar and M Azharuddin.

SR Tendulkar has extended his run out dismissals as an opening batsman to 24 which stands a record for a batsman with most runs out dismissals.

SR Tendulkar was dismissed run out as an opening batsman for the fourth occasion against South Africa. He became the fourth batsman to be dismissed run out on four occasions against South Africa. The other three are – SC Ganguly of India, ST Jayasuriya of Sri Lanka and MA Taylor of Australia.

V Sehwag was dismissed run out for 46 in this game providing the 17th occasion of his being dismissed run out in his one day career. His run out dismissal in this game provides the 15th occasion of his run out dismissal as an opening batsman.

SR Tendulkar {04} and V Sehwag {46} were dismissed run out in this game providing the 28th occasion of both the openers dismissed run out in the history of one day games.

SR Tendulkar {04} and V Sehwag {46} were dismissed run out in this game providing the eighth occasion of both the Indian openers dismissed run out in one day games against various oppositions. The other seven occasions are – vs England at Chandigarh on 27.01.85 {RJ Shastri – 53, K Srikkanth – 09}, vs New Zealand at Bangalore on 14.10.87 {K Srikkanth – 09, SM Gavaskar – 02}, vs New Zealand at Nagpur on 26.11.95 {M Prabhakar – 09, SR Tendulkar – 65}, vs Sri Lanka at Col-RPS on 28.08.96 {A Jadeja – 00, SR Tendulkar – 110}, vs South Africa at East London on 04.02.97 {SC Ganguly – 83, R Dravid – 53}, vs Sri Lanka at Col-RPS on 25.08.99 {SC Ganugly – 09, SR Tendulkar – 37}, and vs Sri Lanka at Bristol on 11.07.02 {SC Ganguly – 09, SR Tendulkar – 39}

SR Tendulkar {04} and V Sehwag {46} were dismissed run out in this game providing the second occasion of both the Indian openers dismissed run out in one day games against South Afrivs. The other was at East London on 04.02.97 {SC Ganguly – 83, R Dravid – 53}.

SK Raina with his 58 in this game registered his 15th one day half century and 18th one day fifty.

JH Kallis with his 89 in this game registered his 75th half century and 91st fifty. It was his third half century as captain. The other two are – 50 vs Zimbabwe at Potchefstroom on 20.09.06 and 91* vs India at Belfast on 26.06.07.

JH Kallis’s 89 in this game provide the 12th occasion of a South African captain registering a fifty against India.

India won this game by one run providing the 24th occasion of a team carving one run win in the history of one day games. It was India’s third one run win in one day games. The other two are – vs New Zealand at Wellington on 06.03.90 and vs Sri Lanka at Col-RPS on 25.07.93

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