Teams losing a test match after scoring 400 plus runs in the first innings of a test match

Bangladesh scored 419 in the first innings of this test match and lost the test providing the 32nd occasion of a team losing a test after scoring 400 plus runs in the first innings of a test match

Bangladesh scored 419 in the first innings of this test match and lost the test providing the second occasion of it losing a test after scoring 400 plus runs in the first innings of a test match. The first such occasion was against Australia at Fatullah in Apr 2006. Bangladesh scored 427 in the first innings of the test and Australia won the test by three wickets

No Team Score Margin Opp Ground Mon/Yr
1 Aus 586-10 010 runs Eng Sydney Dec 1894
2 Aus 414-10 006 wkts Eng Melbourne Mar 1895
3 Eng 519-10 005 wkts Aus Melbourne Mar 1929
4 Eng 425-10 007 wkts Aus Lord’s Jun 1930
5 Eng 405-10 inns & 039 runs Aus The Oval Aug 1930
6 Aus 435-10 008 wkts Eng Sydney Feb 1933
7 Eng 496-10 007 wkts Aus Leeds Jul 1948
8 Aus 520-10 006 wkts SAF Melbourne Feb 1953
9 Pak 408-10 008 wkts Win Georgetown Mar 1958
10 Win 526-07d 007 wkts Eng Trinidad Mar 1968
11 Ind 402-10 002 wkts Aus Perth Dec 1977
12 Aus 401-09d 018 runs Eng Leeds Jul 1981
13 Aus 429-10 010 wkts Win Bridgetown Mar 1984
14 Ind 424-10 008 wkts Aus Bangalore Mar 1998
15 Eng 445-10 010 wkts Srl The Oval Aug 1998
16 Aus 490-10 001 wkts Win Bridgetown Mar 1999
17 Ban 400-10 009 wkts Ind Dhaka Nov 2000
18 Zim 422-09d 007 wkts Ind Delhi Nov 2000
19 Pak 405-10 006 wkts Eng Karachi Dec 2000
20 Aus 445-10 171 runs Ind Kolkata Mar 2001
21 Aus 447-10 006 wkts Eng Leeds Aug 2001
22 Win 448-10 010 wkts Srl Galle Nov 2001
23 SAF 484-10 009 wkts Eng The Oval Sep 2003
24 Aus 556-10 004 wkts Ind Adelaide Dec 2003
25 NZl 409-10 009 wkts Eng Leeds Jun 2004
26 NZl 433-10 009 wkts Aus Christchurch Mar 2005
27 Win 405-10 007 wkts Aus Adelaide Nov 2005
28 SAF 451-09d 008 wkts Aus Sydney Jan 2006
29 Ban 427-10 003 wkts Aus Fatullah Apr 2006
30 Eng 551-09d 006 wkts Aus Adelaide Dec 2006
31 Ind 414-10 005 wkts SAF Cape Town Jan 2007
32 Ban 419-10 009 wkts Eng Dhaka Mar 2010

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Indian Premier League 2010 : Match Number 09 : Mumbai Indians trounce Delhi Daredevils : SR Tendulkar and SS Tiwary excel with the willow

Match Number 09 : Mumbai Indians vs Delhi Daredevils at Delhi on 17.03.10 : Mumbai Indians won by 98 runs

SR Tendulkar scored 63 in this game providing the 32nd occasion of a captain scoring a fifty in IPL.

SR Tendulkar’s 63 in this game represent his fourth fifty while leading Mumbai. All his four fifties are furnished below

No Captain Runs Team Oppn Venue Date
1 SR Tendulkar 65 Mumbai Mohali Mumbai 21.05.08
2 SR Tendulkar 59 Mumbai Chennai Cape Town 18.04.09
3 SR Tendulkar 68 Mumbai Kolkata P E’beth 27.04.09
4 SR Tendulkar 63 Mumbai Delhi Delhi 17.03.10

SR Tendulkar’s 63 in this game represent the fourth occasion of a captain scoring a fifty against Delhi in IPL. VVS Laxman and AC Gilchrist {twice} are the other captains who have scored a fifty in IP against Delhi.

No Captain Runs Team Oppn Venue Date
1 VVS Laxman 52 Hyd’bad Delhi Bangalore 03.05.08
2 AC Gilchrist 64 Hyd’bad Delhi Durban 13.05.09
3 AC Gilchrist 85 Hyd’bad Delhi Centurion 22.05.09
4 SR Tendulkar 63 Mumbai Delhi Delhi 17.03.10

Mumbai’s 218 for 7 in this game represent the 17th occasion of a team posting a total of 200 plus runs in IPL.

Mumbai became the fourth team in IPL to post a total of 200 plus runs on three or more occasions. The other three teams are – Jaipur {04}, Chennai {03} and Mohali {03}

No Team Score Overs Ins Opposition Ground Date
1 Jaipur 217/7 19.5 2 Hyd’bad Hyd-RGS 24.04.08
2 Jaipur 211/5 20.0 1 Chennai Chennai 24.05.08
3 Jaipur 211/4 20.0 1 Mohali Durban 05.05.09
4 Jaipur 208/7 20.0 2 Mumbai Mum-BS 13.03.10
1 Chennai 240/5 20.0 1 Mohali Mohali 19.04.08
2 Chennai 208/5 20.0 1 Mumbai Chennai 23.04.08
3 Chennai 201/7 20.0 2 Jaipur Chennai 24.05.08
1 Mohali 207/4 20.0 2 Chennai Mohali 19.04.08
2 Mohali 221/3 20.0 1 Jaipur Mohali 28.05.08
3 Mohali 203/3 20.0 1 Bangalore Bangalore 16.03.10
1 Mumbai 202/7 20.0 2 Chennai Chennai 23.04.08
2 Mumbai 212/6 20.0 1 Jaipur Mum-BS 13.03.10
3 Mumbai 218/7 20.0 1 Delhi Delhi 17.03.10

Mumbai’s 218 for 7 in this game represent its highest team total in IPL. Previous best was 212 for 6 against Jaipur at Mum-BS on 13.03.10, in the previous game of this edition.

Mumbai 218 for 7 in this game represents its second total of 200 plus runs in consecutive games. In its previous game against Jaipur at Mum-BS on 13.03.10, it had posted 212 for 6.

Mumbai became the second team in IPL, after Chennai to post a total of 200 plus runs in back to back matches.

No Team Score Overs Ins Opposition Ground Date
1 Chennai 240/5 20.0 1 Mohali Mohali 19.04.08
2 Chennai 208/5 20.0 1 Mumbai Chennai 23.04.08
1 Mumbai 212/6 20.0 1 Jaipur Mum-BS 13.03.10
2 Mumbai 218/7 20.0 1 Delhi Delhi 17.03.10

SS Tiwari registered his second IPL fifty when he scored 61 in this game providing the 12th occasion of a batsman dismissed run out after scoring a fifty in IPL. The following table furnishes all such instances

No Batsman Runs Team Oppn Venue Date
1 ML Hayden 81 Chennai Mumbai Chennai 23.04.08
2 SM Katich 75 Mohali Delhi Mohali 27.04.08
3 SR Watson 74 Jaipur Delhi Jaipur 11.05.08
4 SR Tendulkar 65 Mumbai Mohali Mumbai 21.05.08
5 YK Pathan 56 Jaipur Chennai Mum-DYP 01.06.08
6 BJ Hodge 73 Kolkata Mumbai E London 01.05.09
7 ML Hayden 65 Chennai B’lore P E’beth 20.04.09
8 JP Duminy 62 Mumbai Chennai P E’beth 16.05.09
9 KC Sangakkara 60 Mohali Jaipur Cape Town 26.04.09
10 HH Gibbs 58 Hyd’bad Mumbai Durban 25.04.09
11 A Symonds 50 Hyd’bad Chennai Chennai 14.03.10
12 SS Tiwary 61 Mumbai Delhi Delhi 17.03.10

SS Tiwary became the third Mumbai batsman to be dismissed run out after scoring a fifty. SR Tendulkar and JP Duminy are the other two batsmen

No Batsman Runs Team Oppn Venue Date
1 SR Tendulkar 65 Mumbai Mohali Mumbai 21.05.08
2 JP Duminy 62 Mumbai Chennai P E’beth 16.05.09
3 SS Tiwary 61 Mumbai Delhi Delhi 17.03.10

At the end of this game, KRD Karthik has the record for most dismissals in IPL. He has effected 29 dismissals {19 catches and 10 stumpings}. He wrested the record from AC Gilchrist who has 27 dismissals {17 catches and 10 stumings}

KRD Karthik with a stumping dismissal in this game took his aggregate of stumping dismissals to 10. He now shares the record for most stumping dismissals in IPL with AC Gilchrist who also has effected 10 stumping dismissals.

V Sehwag completed 700 runs in IPL when he was on 13 during his knock of 26 in this game. At the end of this game, his run aggregate stood at 713.

V Sehwag became the tenth batsman to aggregate 700 plus runs in IPL. Others are – AC Gilchrist {1023}, G Gambhir {901}, SK Raina {879}, MS Dhoni {854}, RG Sharma {798}, ML Hayden {779}, YK Pathan {778}, ST Jayasuriya {765} and JH Kallis {714}

MF Mahroof conceded 50 runs in this game providing the 18th occasion of a bowler conceding 50 plus runs in IPL

No Bowler W R Team Oppn Ground Date
1 RP Singh 1 59 Hyd’bad Kolkata Hyd-RGS 11.05.08
2 M Mortaza 0 58 Kolkata Hyd’bad Jo’burg 16.05.09
3 P Amarnath 1 57 Chennai Mumbai Chennai 23.04.08
4 VRV Singh 0 56 Mohali Mumbai Mumbai 21.05.08
5 MM Patel 0 55 Jaipur Hyd’bad Hyd-RGS 24.04.08
6 MM Patel 1 55 Jaipur Chennai Chennai 24.05.08
7 JR Hopes 1 53 Mohali Chennai Mohali 19.04.08
8 JDP Oram 0 53 Chennai Mumbai Chennai 23.04.08
9 WPUJC Vaas 2 52 Hyd’bad Delhi Durban 13.05.09
10 Mohd Asif 0 51 Delhi Hyd’bad Delhi 15.05.08
11 PJ Sangwan 0 51 Delhi Bangalore Bangalore 19.05.08
12 JH Kallis 1 51 Bangalore Mohali Durban 24.04.09
13 R Sathish 1 51 Mumbai Jaipur Mum-BS 13.03.10
14 RP Singh 0 50 Hyd’bad Delhi Delhi 15.05.08
15 B Geeves 1 50 Delhi Mumbai Delhi 24.05.08
16 VY Mahesh 2 50 Delhi Jaipur Mumbai 30.05.08
17 A Flintoff 0 50 Chennai Delhi Durban 23.04.09
18 MF Maharoof 2 50 Delhi Mumbai Delhi 17.03.10

MF Mahroof conceded 50 runs in this game to become the fifth Delhi bowler to concede 50 plus runs in IPL

No Bowler W R Team Oppn Ground Date
1 Mohd Asif 0 51 Delhi Hyd’bad Delhi 15.05.08
2 PJ Sangwan 0 51 Delhi Bangalore Bangalore 19.05.08
3 B Geeves 1 50 Delhi Mumbai Delhi 24.05.08
4 VY Mahesh 2 50 Delhi Jaipur Mumbai 30.05.08
5 MF Maharoof 2 50 Delhi Mumbai Delhi 17.03.10

MF Mahroof conceded 50 runs in this game to become the fifth bowler to concede 50 plus runs against Delhi

No Bowler W R Team Oppn Ground Date
1 P Amarnath 1 57 Chennai Mumbai Chennai 23.04.08
2 JDP Oram 0 53 Chennai Mumbai Chennai 23.04.08
3 B Geeves 1 50 Delhi Mumbai Delhi 24.05.08
4 MF Maharoof 2 50 Delhi Mumbai Delhi 17.03.10
5 VRV Singh 0 56 Mohali Mumbai Mumbai 21.05.08

MF Mahroof conceded 50 runs in this game to become the second bowler to concede 50 plus runs in the third edition of IPL. R Satish of Mumbai is the other bowler to concede 50 plus runs. He conceded 51 runs against Jaipur at Mum-BS on 13.03.10

No Bowler W R Team Oppn Ground Date
1 R Sathish 1 51 Mumbai Jaipur Mum-BS 13.03.10
2 MF Maharoof 2 50 Delhi Mumbai Delhi 17.03.10

Delhi were dismissed all out for 120 in this game providing the second occasion of a team all out in the third edition of IPL.

G Gambhir, the Delhi captain was hurt in this game and did not bat in Delhi’s innings.

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Indian Premier League 2010 : Match Number 08 : Chennai register a convincing win over Kolkata

Match Number 08 : Chennai Super Kings vs Kolkata Knight Riders at Kolkata on 15.03.10 : Chennai Super Kings won by 55 runs.

This game was JA Morkel’s 95th appearance in T20 games. He now shares the record with DJ Hussey for most appearances in T20 games. DJ Hussey has also played 95 T20 games.

S Badrinath and MS Dhoni added 109 runs in an unfinished stand for the fourth wicket in this game providing the sixth occasion of a three figure partnership in the third edition IPL.

S Badrinath and MS Dhoni added 109 runs in an unfinished stand for the fourth wicket in this game providing the 32nd occasion of a three figure partnership in IPL. Break up of 32 three figure partnerships IPL edition wise read thus – 2008 {20}, 2009 {06} and 2010 {06}

S Badrinath and MS Dhoni added 109 runs in an unfinished stand for the fourth wicket in this game providing the fourth occasion of a three figure partnership for the fourth wicket in IPL.

S Badrinath and MS Dhoni added 109 runs in an unfinished stand for the fourth wicket in this game providing the fifth occasion of Chennai batsmen posting a three figure partnership in IPL.

S Badrinath and MS Dhoni added 109 runs in an unfinished stand for the fourth wicket in this game providing the first occasion of Chennai batsmen posting a three figure partnership for the fourth in IPL.

S Badrinath and MS Dhoni added 109 runs in an unfinished stand for the fourth wicket in this game providing the third occasion of a three figure partnership against Kolkata in IPL.

At the end of this game, MS Dhoni’s aggregate runs in IPL stood at 854. He completed 800 IPL runs when he was on 12 during the course of his knock of 66 not out in this game.

MS Dhoni became the fourth batsman in IPL to aggregate 800 plus runs. The other three are – AC Gilchrist {1023}, G Gambhir {901} and SK Raina {879}

MS Dhoni’s 66 not out in this game represent his highest score in IPL. Previous best was 65 vs Bangalore at Bangalore on 28.04.08. His 66 not out in this game represent his sixth IPL fifty and seventh T20 fifty.

BJ Hodge collected his sixth zero in T20 games when he failed to account in this game. His zero in this game represents the second zero in IPL.

JM Kemp captured 3 for 12 in this game which is his best bowling figures in T20 games. His previous best was 3 for 19 representing Titans vs Boland at Cape Town on 17.04.05.

MS Dhoni’s 66 not out in this game provide the 31st occasion of a captain scoring a fifty in IPL. The complete list is furnished below.

No Batsman Runs Team Oppn Venue Date
1 V Sehwag 94* Delhi Hyd’bad Hyd’bad 22.04.08
2 MS Dhoni 65 Chennai Bangalore Bangalore 28.04.08
3 Yuvraj Singh 57 Mohali Jaipur Jaipur 21.04.08
4 SC Ganguly 51 Kolkata Jaupur Jaipur 01.05.08
5 V Sehwag 71 Delhi Chennai Chennai 02.05.08
6 VVS Laxman 52 Hyd’bad Delhi Bangalore 03.05.08
7 R Dravid 66 Bangalore Mohali Bangalore 05.05.08
8 AC Gilchrist 54 Hyd’bad Chennai Chennai 06.05.08
9 AC Gilchrist 61 Hyd’bad Jaupur Jaipur 09.05.08
10 MS Dhoni 60* Chennai Mohali Chennai 10.05.08
11 SC Ganguly 91 Kolkata Hyd’bad Hyd’bad 11.05.08
12 R Dravid 75* Bangalore Jaipur Jaipur 17.05.08
13 V Sehwag 51* Delhi Mohali Delhi 17.05.08
14 SR Tendulkar 65 Mumbai Mohali Mumbai 21.05.08
15 AC Gilchrist 50 Hyd’bad Mohali Mohali 23.05.08
16 SC Ganguly 86* Kolkata Mohali Kolkata 25.05.08
17 SR Tendulkar 59 Mumbai Chennai Cape Town 18.04.09
18 SR Tendulkar 68 Mumbai Kolkata P E’beth 27.04.09
19 Yuvraj Singh 50 Mohali B’lore Durban 01.05.09
20 Yuvraj Singh 58* Mohali Chennai Centurion 07.05.09
21 AC Gilchrist 71 Hyd’bad B’lore Cape Town 22.04.09
22 MS Dhoni 58 Chennai Hyd’bad E London 04.05.09
23 MS Dhoni 56 Chennai Mohali Centurion 07.05.09
24 BB McCullum 84 Kolkata B’lore Centurion 12.05.09
25 AC Gilchrist 64 Hyd’bad Delhi Durban 13.05.09
26 BB McCullum 81 Kolkata Chennai Centurion 18.05.09
27 V Sehwag 50 Delhi Mumbai Centurion 21.05.09
28 AC Gilchrist 85 Hyd’bad Delhi Centurion 22.05.09
29 AC Gilchrist 54 Hyd’bad Kolkata Mum-DYP 12.03.10
30 G Gambhir 72 Delhi Mohali Mohali 13.03.10
31 MS Dhoni 66* Chennai Kolkata Kolkata 16.03.09

MS Dhoni’s 66 not out in this game represent his fifty as captain in IPL. Only AC Gilchrist {07} has more fifties than MS Dhoni in IPL

No Captain Runs Team Oppn Venue Date
1 MS Dhoni 65 Chennai Bangalore Bangalore 28.04.08
2 MS Dhoni 60* Chennai Mohali Chennai 10.05.08
3 MS Dhoni 58 Chennai Hyd’bad E London 04.05.09
4 MS Dhoni 56 Chennai Mohali Centurion 07.05.09
5 MS Dhoni 66* Chennai Kolkata Kolkata 16.03.09
No Captain Runs Team Oppn Venue Date
1 AC Gilchrist 54 Hyd’bad Chennai Chennai 06.05.08
2 AC Gilchrist 61 Hyd’bad Jaupur Jaipur 09.05.08
3 AC Gilchrist 50 Hyd’bad Mohali Mohali 23.05.08
4 AC Gilchrist 71 Hyd’bad B’lore Cape Town 22.04.09
5 AC Gilchrist 64 Hyd’bad Delhi Durban 13.05.09
6 AC Gilchrist 85 Hyd’bad Delhi Centurion 22.05.09
7 AC Gilchrist 54 Hyd’bad Kolkata Mum-DYP 12.03.10

Kolkata Knight Riders became the first team to be dismissed all out in the third edition of IPL when they were all out for 109 in this game.

Indian Premier League 2010 : Match number 07 : Royal Challengers Bangalore chase 203 and win against Kings Eleven Punjab

Match Number 07 : Royal Challengers Bangalore vs Kings Eleven Punjab at Bangalore on 16.03.10 : Royal Challengers Bangalore won by eight wickets

This game witnessed both the teams scoring 200 plus runs – Mohali scored 203 for 3 and Banagalore came up with 204 for 2.

Mohali {203 for 3} and Bangalore {204 for 2} scored 200 plus runs in this game providing the 15th and 16th occasion of a team posting 200 plus runs in an innings in IPL. All such instances are tabulated below

No Team Score Overs Ins Oppn Ground Date
1 Kolkata 222/3 20.0 1 B’lore B’lore 18.04.08
2 Chennai 240/5 20.0 1 Mohali Mohali 19.04.08
3 Mohali 207/4 20.0 2 Chennai Mohali 19.04.08
4 Chennai 208/5 20.0 1 Mumbai Chennai 23.04.08
5 Mumbai 202/7 20.0 2 Chennai Chennai 23.04.08
6 Jaipur 217/7 19.5 2 Hyd’bad Hyd’bad 24.04.08
7 Hyd’bad 214/5 20.0 1 Jaipur Hyd’bad 24.04.08
8 Kolkata 204/4 20.0 1 Hyd’bad Hyd’bad 11.05.08
9 Jaipur 211/5 20.0 1 Chennai Chennai 24.05.08
10 Chennai 201/7 20.0 2 Jaipur Chennai 24.05.08
11 Mohali 221/3 20.0 1 Jaipur Mohali 28.05.08
12 Jaipur 211/4 20.0 1 Mohali Durban 05.05.09
13 Mumbai 212/6 20.0 1 Jaipur Mum-BS 13.03.10
14 Jaipur 208/7 20.0 2 Mumbai Mum-BS 13.03.10
15 Mohali 203/3 20.0 1 B’lore B’lore 16.03.10
16 B’lore 204/3 18.5 2 Mohali B’lore 16.03.10

Mohali {203 for 3} and Bangalore {204 for 2} scored 200 plus runs in this game providing the fifth occasion of both teams posting 200 plus runs in an innings in IPL. All such instances are tabulated below

No Team Score Overs Ins Oppn Ground Date
1 Chennai 208/5 20.0 1 Mumbai Chennai 23.04.08
1 Mumbai 202/7 20.0 2 Chennai Chennai 23.04.08
2 Hyd’bad 214/5 20.0 1 Jaipur Hyd’bad 24.04.08
2 Jaipur 217/7 19.5 2 Hyd’bad Hyd’bad 24.04.08
3 Jaipur 211/5 20.0 1 Chennai Chennai 24.05.08
3 Chennai 201/7 20.0 2 Jaipur Chennai 24.05.08
4 Mumbai 212/6 20.0 1 Jaipur Mum-BS 13.03.10
4 Jaipur 208/7 20.0 2 Mumbai Mum-BS 13.03.10
5 Mohali 203/3 20.0 1 B’lore B’lore 16.03.10
5 B’lore 204/3 18.5 2 Mohali B’lore 16.03.10

Mohali’s 203 for 3 in this game was in a losing cause providing the fifth occasion of a team posting 200 plus and yet ending up as losers.

This match produced an aggregate of 407 runs providing the sixth occasion of a match producing an aggregate of 400 plus runs in IPL. The other six occasions are – 447 runs {Jaipur vs Chennai at Mohali on 19.04.08}, 431 runs {Hyderabad vs Jaipur at Hyderabad on 24.04.08}, 420 runs {Mumbai vs Jaipur at Mum-BS on 13.03.10, 412 runs {Chennai vs Jaipur on 24.05.08}, 410 runs {Chennai vs Mumbai at Chennai on 23.04.08}, and 401 runs {Mohali vs Jaipur at Mohali on 11.05.08}

RS Bopara and MS Bisla added 129 runs for the first wicket in this game providing the 31st occasion of a three figure partnership in IPL

RS Bopara and MS Bisla added 129 runs for the first wicket in this game providing the 12th occasion of a three figure partnership for the first wicket in IPL

RS Bopara and MS Bisla added 129 runs for the first wicket in this game providing the fourth occasion of a three figure partnership by Mohali batsmen in IPL

RS Bopara and MS Bisla added 129 runs for the first wicket in this game providing the eighth occasion of a team positing three figure partnerships against Bangalore in IPL

RS Bopara and MS Bisla added 129 runs for the first wicket in this game providing the sixth occasion of a three figure partnership for the first wicket against Bangalore in IPL

RS Bopara and MS Bisla added 129 runs for the first wicket in this game providing the record three figure partnership for the first wicket against Bangalore in IPL. The previous best was 109 runs partnership between GC Smith and SA Asnodkar of Jaipur at Jaipur on 17.05.08.

RS Bopara registered his eighth T20 fifty when he made 77 in this game, while MS Bisla registered his second T20 fifty when he made 75 in this game.

RS Bopara registered his third IPL fifty when he made 77 in this game, while MS Bisla registered his first IPL fifty when he made 75 in this game.

RS Bopara {77} and MS Bisla {75} scored fifties in this game providing the eighth occasion of both the openers scoring fifties in IPL. The following table enlists all such occasions

No Batsman Runs Team 1 Oppn Venue Date
1 G Gambhir 50 Delhi Chennai Chennai 02.05.08
V Sehwag 71 Delhi Chennai Chennai 02.05.08
2 GC Smith 75* Jaipur Bangalore Jaipur 17.05.08
SA Asnodkar 50 Jaipur Bangalore Jaipur 17.05.08
3 SE Marxh 60 Mohali Hyd’bad Mohali 23.05.08
Sangakkara 50 Mohali Hyd’bad Mohali 23.05.08
4 SE Marsh 115 Mohali Jaipur Mohali 28.05.08
JR Hopoes 51 Mohali Jaipur Mohali 28.05.08
5 STJayasurya 52 Mumbai Chennai E London 04.05.09
SRTendulkar 68 Mumbai Chennai E London 04.05.09
6 NV Ojha 68 Jaipur Mohali Durban 05.05.09
GC Smith 77 Jaipur Mohali Durban 05.05.09
7 MK Tiwary 50 Kolkata Bangalore Kolkata 13.05.09
BJ Hodge 50 Kolkata Bangalore Kolkata 13.05.09

8 RS Bopara 77 Mohali Bangalore Bangalore 16.05.09
MS Bisla 75 Mohali Bangalore Bangalore 16.05.09

RV Uthappa scored his fifty in 19 balls which is the second fastest fifty in IPL. The fastest fifty is credited to AC Gilchrist of Hyderabad who scored fifty in 17 balls against Delhi at Centurion on 22.05.09.

RV Uthappa registered his fourth T20 fifty when he scored 51 in this game, while JH Kallis scored his 11th T20 fifty when he made 89 not out in this game.

RV Uthappa registered his second IPL fifty when he scored 51 in this game, while JH Kallis scored his sixth IPL fifty when he made 89 not out in this game.

JH Kallis’s 89 not out in this game represent his highest individual score not only in T20 games but also in IPL games. His previous best in T20 games was his 73 not out in the game between RCB and Otago at Bangalore on 12.10.09. His previous best in IPL was his 69 not out in the game between Bangalore and Mumbai at Jo’burg on 03.05.09

RS Bopara’s 77 and MS Bisla’s 75 for Mohali went in vain providing the sixth and seventh occasion of a batsman’s fifty in a losing cause in the third editon of IPL.

No Batsman Runs Team Opposition Ground Date
1 AC Gilchrist 54 Hyd’bad Kolkata Mum-DYP 12.03.10
2 YK Pathan 100 Jaipur Mumbai Mum-BS 13.03.10
3 RS Bopara 56 Mohali Delhi Mohali 13.03.10
4 JH Kallis 65* B’lore Kolkata Kolkata 14.03.10
5 A Jhunjunwala 53* Jaipur Delhi Ahm’bad 15.03.10
6 RS Bopara 77 Mohali B’lore B’lore 16.03.10
7 MS Bisla 75 Mohali B’lore B’lore 16.03.10

Indian Premier League 2010 : Match Number 06 : Delhi Daredevils coast to a comfortable win over Rajasthan Royals

Match Number 06 : Delhi Daredevils vs Rajasthan Royals : at Ahmedabad on 15.03.10 : Delhi Daredevils won by six wickets

Motera Stadium, Ahmedabad became the newest ground to host an IPL game. It is the tenth ground to host IPL matches in India.

YK Pathan was playing his 50th T20 match in which he failed to score. He became the 111th cricketer to appear in 50 plus T20 games. YK Pathan’s zero in this game represents his sixth duck in T20 games. It also represents his first duck in IPL games.

GC Smith hit three boundary fours in his knock of 18 in this innings. He now has an aggregate of 236 boundary fours in T20 games. His aggregate of 236 boundary fours is next to BJ Hodge’s 281 boundary fours which is a record for most boundary fours in T20 games.

GC Smith is one of the four batsmen who have an aggregate of 200 plus boundary fours in T20 games. Others are BJ Hodge {281}, BB McCullum {216} and IJ Harvey {202}.

GC Smith scored 18 runs in this game and with it he has an aggregate of 1900 runs in T20 games. He now stands fourth in the list of most run getters in T20 games. BJ Hodge {2610}, DJ Hussey {2355} and BB McCullum {2268} are the other batsmen who occupy the first three places. GC Smith with his 1900 runs moved ahead of LRPL Taylor {1885} who was occupying the fourth place prior to this game.

DP Nannes claimed his 80th T20 wicket when he had SA Asnodkar caught by TM Dilshan for 5 in this game. At the end of this game, Nannes’s aggregate of T20 wickets stood at 80 .

DP Nannes became the sixth bowler in T20 games to capture 80 plus wickets. Others are Yasir Arafat {90}, GR Napier {88}, Umar Gul {86}, T Hendersen {84} and JA Morkel {81}

AB de Villiers took a catch in this game to dismiss YK Pathan of the bowling of F Mahroof. This catch gave AB de Villiers a tally of 17 catches in IPL. He now shares the record for most catches in IPL with HH Gibbs and SK Raina who also have 17 catches to their credit.

With a catch in this game, AB de Villiers has an aggregate of 34 catches in T20 games as a fieldsman. M van Jaarsveld {48}, DJ Hussey {47}, AD Brown {36}, LRPL Taylor {36} and HH Gibbs {36} are the other fieldsmen who have pouched more catches in T20 games than AB de Villiers.

AA Jhunjhunwala registered his maiden fifty in T20 games when he scored 53 not out in this game.

G Gambhir became the second batsman to aggregate 900 runs in IPL after AC Gilchrist who has 1023 runs to his credit. G Gambhir reached the milestone when he was on 8 during his innings of 9 in this game. At the end of this game he has an aggregate of 901 IPL runs.

V Sehwag’s 75 in this game represent his fifth half century in IPL games and ninth half century in T20 games.

V Sehwag hit five sixes in his knock of 75 in this game to take his aggregate of boundary sixes to 54 in T20 games. He became the 25th batsman in the history of T20 game to score 50 plus boundary sixes.

No Batsmen Mat 6s No Batsmen Mat 6s
1 LRPL Taylor 67 115 14 BJ Hodge 82 62
2 DJ Hussey 95 107 15 DA Warner 46 61
3 BB McCullum 79 105 16 T Henderson 75 57
4 ST Jayasuriya 72 84 17 JM Kemp 60 56
5 CL White 62 82 18 AD Brown 61 54
6 Yuvraj Singh 60 78 19 HH Gibbs 74 54
7 OA Shah 70 77 20 V Sewag 54 54
8 SB Styris 82 74 21 MR Ramprakash 52 53
9 JA Morkel 94 71 22 GA Hick 37 52
10 AC Gilchrist 47 70 23 Imran Nazir 39 52
11 LL Bosman 38 66 24 NM Carter 62 51
12 YK Pathan 49 66 25 A Symonds 49 50
13 RG Sharma 59 64

TM Dilshan collected his second duck in consecutive games when he failed to open his account in this game. His zero in this game represent the eleventh occasion of a batsman scoring zero in the third edition of IPL.

AA Jhunjunwala’s 53 not out and V Sehwag’s 75 in this game represent the 13th and 14th occasion of a batsman scoring a fifty in the third edition of IPL.

V Sehwag’s 75 in this game represent the second highest score in the third edition of IPL, the highest being YK Pathan’s 100 against Mumbai at Mub-BS on 13.03.10

GC Smith was playing his 25th IPL match while SW Tait was playing his 25th T20 game when they played this game.

Indian Premier League 2010 : Match Number 05 : Deccan Chargers trounce Chennai Super Kings : Spate of records for AC Gilchrist

Match Number 05 : Deccan Chargers vs Chennai Super Kings at Bangalore on 14.03.10. Deccan Chargers won by 31 runs

AC Gilchrist and RP Singh’s appearance in this game gave them the record for most capped cricketers in IPL. Both were playing their 32nd game.

AC Gilchrist became the first batsman in IPL to aggregate 1000 runs. He reached the milestone when he was on 15 during the course of his knock of 38 in this game. At the end of this game his run aggregate stood at 1023.

A Symonds scored 50 runs in this game, which was his second IPL half century and third fifty. It was his seventh T20 half century and also his ninth T20 fifty.

AC Gilchrist hit three sixes in this game and his aggregate of boundary sixes in T20 games stood at 70 at the end of this game. He became the ninth batsman in the history of T20 games to aggregate 70 plus sixes

JA Morkel hit three sixes in this game to take his aggregate of boundary sixes in T20 games to 71 at the end of this game. He became the tenth batsman in the history of T20 games to aggregate 70 plus sixes

The following is the list of batsmen who have hit 70 plus sixes in T20 games. LRPL Taylor {115}, DJ Hussey {107}, BB McCullum {105}, ST Jayasuriya {84}, CL White 82}, Yuvraj Singh {78}, OA Shah {77}, SB Styris {74}, JA Morkel {71} and AC Gilchrist {70}

This game was JA Morkel’s 94th T20 game. He became the second most capped T20 cricketer in the history of T20 games. The record for most appearances in T20 games is held by DJ Hussey who has played 95 T20 games. DJ Hussey and JA Morkel are the only two cricketers to play 90 plus T20 games.

With three sixes in this game, A Symonds took his aggregate of boundary sixes to 50 in T20 games. He became the 24th batsman to aggregate 50 plus sixes in T20 games. The complete list read thus

No Batsmen Mat 6s No Batsmen Mat 6s
1 LRPL Taylor 67 115 13 RG Sharma 59 64
2 DJ Hussey 95 107 14 BJ Hodge 82 62
3 BB McCullum 79 105 15 DA Warner 46 61
4 ST Jayasuriya 72 84 16 T Henderson 75 57
5 CL White 62 82 17 JM Kemp 60 56
6 Yuvraj Singh 60 78 18 AD Brown 61 54
7 OA Shah 70 77 19 HH Gibbs 74 54
8 SB Styris 82 74 20 MR Ramprakash 52 53
9 JA Morkel 94 71 21 GA Hick 37 52
10 AC Gilchrist 47 70 22 Imran Nazir 39 52
11 LL Bosman 38 66 23 NM Carter 62 51
12 YK Pathan 49 66 24 A Symonds 49 50

RJ Sharma {54}, HH Gibbs {54} and JM Kemp {56} are the other three batsmen who played this game and increased their tally of 50 plus sixes to the number mentioned in the parenthesis against their name. RG Sharma, HH Gibbs and JM Kemp hit a six each in this game.

AC Gilchrist with two dismissals in this game has effected 27 dismissals in IPL, one shy of the record of 28 dismissals effected by KRD Karthik

AC Gilchrist stumping dismissal {JM Kemp of PP Ojha for 22} in this game gave him his 10th stumping dismissal in IPL. He now holds the record for most stumping dismissal in IPL games. He wrested the record from KRD Karthik who has nine stumping dismissals to his credit.

This game was the 50th T20 game for RP Singh and he became the 110th cricketer to appear in fifty plus T20 games.

SK Raina’s lone six in this game gave him 40 boundary sixes in IPL. He is the third batsman in IPL to hit 40 plus boundary sixes. The other two batsmen are – AC Gilchrist {54} and YK Pathan {45}

AC Gilchrist hit four boundary fours in this game which gave him 112 boundary fours in IPL. He now holds the record for most boundary fours by a batsman in IPL. He wrested the record from G Gambhir who has 109 boundary fours to his credit.

At the end of this game Gilchrist owns four IPL records – Most runs {1023}, Most fifties {08}, Most boundary fours {112} and most boundary sixes {54}. He shares the IPL record for most appearances – 32 with his team mate RP Singh

RP Singh took three catches in this game to become the sixth fieldsman to pouch three or more catches in an IPL game. The other five are – SR Tendulkar {04} – Mumbai vs Kokata at Mumbai on 16.05.08, AM Nayar {03} – Mumbai vs Bangalore at Bangalore on 20.04.08, RV Uthappa {03} – Bangalore vs Delhi at Mumbai on 04.05.08, PP Chawla {03} – Mohali vs Bangalore at Durban on 01.05.09 and AB de Villers {03} – Delhi vs Chennai at Jo’burg on 02.05.09

West Indies vs Zimbabwe one day series : West Indies win the fifth one day game and the series by 4-1 margin

West Indies vs Zimbabwe one day series : Fifth one day at Kingstown on 14.03.10 : West Indies win by five wickets and the series by 4-1 margin

Zimbabwe lost five wickets for 25 runs in this game providing the fifth occasion of Zimbabwe losing five wickets for a total of 25 or less than 25 in one day games against various oppositions. The other four occasions are – 5 for 17 vs Australia at Sydney on 11.11.04, 5 for 19 vs Sri Lanka at Harare on 25.04.04, 5 for 22 vs Sri Lanka at Harare on 06.11.04 and 5 for 22 against West Indies at Harare on 29.11.03

Zimbabwe lost five wickets for 25 runs in this game providing the second occasion of Zimbabwe losing five wickets for a total of 25 or less than 25 in one day games against West Indies. The other occasion was – 5 for 22 against West Indies at Harare on 29.11.03

T Taibu was dismissed for zero in this game providing the 15th occasion of his being dismissed for a duck in one day games. GW Flower holds the Zimbabwean record for most zeroes with 18 ducks to his credit.

T Taibu’s zero in this game represents his 12th duck as a wicket keeper batsman. R Kaluwitharna of Sri Lanka {24}, AC Gilchrist of Australia {19}, Moin Khan of Pakistan {17}, MV Boucher of South Africa {16} and AC Parore of New Zealand {16} are the other wicket keeper batsmen who have scored more zeroes than T Taibu.

CK Coventry was dismissed run out for 56 in this game providing the 36th occasion of a Zimbabwe batsman dismissed run out after scoring a fifty against various oppositions

CK Coventry was dismissed run out for 56 in this game providing the fourth occasion of a Zimbabwe batsman dismissed run out after scoring a fifty against West Indies. The other three batmen are – NC Johnson for 51 at Canterbury in 11.07.00, BRM Taylor for 50 at Kingston on 19.03.07 and V Sibanda for 96 at Bulawayo on 07.12.07.

CK Coventry’s 56 in this game represent the 42nd occasion of a Zimbabwe batsman scoring a fifty against West Indies in one day games.

CK Coventry’s 56 in this game represent his third one day half century and fourth fifty. His other scores of fifty are – 194* vs Bangladesh at Bulawayo on 16.08.09, 74 vs India at Harare on 04.09.05 and 61 vs Bangladesh at Bulawayo on 11.08.09

CH Gayle scored 63 in this game which was his 42nd one day fifty and 61st fifty. BC Lara {82}, DL Haynes {74} and SC Chanderpaul {67} are the other three West Indian batsmen who have scored more one day fifties than CH Gayle.

CH Gayle scored 63 in this game which was his 41st one day fifty and 60th fifty as an opening batsman. He is the second West Indian opening batsman to score 60 or more fifties after DL Haynes who has 74 fifties to his credit {17 C plus 57 HC}

Indian Premier League 2010 : Match Number 04 : Comfortable win for Kolkata against Bangalore

Match Number 04 : Kolkata Knight Riders vs Royal Challengers Bangalore at Kolkata on 14.03.10 : Kolkata Knight Riders won by seven wickets

Kolkata Knight Riders won the toss and inserted the opposition in this game providing the third occasion of a team inserting the opposition in the third edition of IPL

JH Kallis scored 65 not out in this game which was his 10th T20 half century. It was also his fifth IPL half century. Others to score five or half centuries in IPL are – AC Gilchrist {07}, ML Hayden {07}, G Gambhir {07}, KC Sangakkara {06}, SE Marsh {05}, YK Pathan {05}, JP Duminy {05}, RG Sharma {05} and SK Raina {05}.

RV Uthappa completed 1000 runs in T20 games when he was on 11 during the course of his knock of 20 in this game. At the end of this game, his run aggregate stood at 1009. He became the 76th batsman in the history of T20 games to aggregate 1000 plus runs

RV Uthappa became the eighth Indian batsman to aggregate 1000 plus runs in T20 games at the end of this game. Others are – G Gambhir {1570}, RG Sharma {1457}, Yuvaraj Singh {1450}, V Sehwag {1261}, MS Dhoni {1225}, YK Pathan {1094} and SK Raina {1004}

AD Mathews became the third Kolkata bowler to capture four wickets in IPL after Shoiab Akhtar and Umar Gul. The following table furnishes the performance of these three bowlers

No Bowlers W R Team Opposition Ground Date
1 Shoaib Akhtar 4 11 Kolkata Delhi Kolkata 13.05.08
2 Umar Gul 4 23 Kolkata Mohali Kolkata 25.05.08
3 AD Mathews 4 19 Kolkata Bangalore Kolkata 14.03.10

AD Mathews became the seventh bowler to capture four wickets against Bangalore in IPL. The following list shows the performance of these seven bowlers

No Bowlers W R Team Opposition Ground Date
1 GD McGrath 4 29 Delhi Bangalore Delhi 30.04.08
2 JA Morkel 4 32 Chennai Bangalore Chennai 21.05.08
3 CRD Fernando 4 18 Mumbai Bangalore Bangalore 28.05.08
4 YA Abdulla 4 31 Mohali Bangalore Durban 24.04.09
5 YA Abdulla 4 36 Mohali Bangalore Durban 01.05.09
6 A Singh 4 19 Jaipur Bangalore Centurion 07.05.09
7 AD Mathews 4 19 Kolkata Bangalore Kolkata 14.03.10

AD Matthews returned with figures of 4 for 19 in this game providing the 24th occasion of a bowler capturing four or more wickets in one day games. The following list furnishes all the 24 occasions

No Bowlers W R Team Opposition Ground Date
1 GD McGrath 4 29 Delhi Bangalore Delhi 30.04.08
2 Sohail Tanvir 6 14 Jaipur Chennai Jaipur 04.05.08
3 L Balaji 5 24 Chennai Mohali Chennai 10.05.08
4 Shoaib Akhtar 4 11 Kolkata Delhi Kolkata 13.05.08
5 A Mishra 5 17 Delhi Hyd’bad Delhi 15.05.08
6 M Ntini 4 21 Chennai Kolkata Kolkata 18.05.08
7 JA Morkel 4 32 Chennai Bangalore Chennai 21.05.08
8 VY Mahesh 4 36 Delhi Mumbai Delhi 24.05.08
9 Umar Gul 4 23 Kolkata Mohali Kolkata 25.05.08
10 Sohail Tanvir 4 14 Jaipur Mumbai Jaipur 26.05.08
11 CRD Fernando 4 18 Mumbai Bangalore Bangalore 28.05.08
12 A Kumble 5 05 Bangalore Jaipur Cape Town 18.04.09
13 RP Singh 4 22 Hyd’bad Kolkata Cape Town 19.04.09
14 YA Abdulla 4 31 Mohali Bangalore Durban 24.04.09
15 L Balaji 4 21 Chennai Jaipur Centurion 30.04.09
16 YA Abdulla 4 36 Mohali Bangalore Durban 01.05.09
17 SB Jakati 4 24 Chennai Delhi Jo’burg 02.05.09
18 SB Jakati 4 22 Chennai Hyd’bad E London 04.05.09
19 RG Sharma 4 06 Hyd’bad Mumbai Centurion 06.05.09
20 A Singh 4 19 Jaipur Bangalore Centurion 07.05.09
21 R Bhatia 4 15 Delhi Hyd’bad Durban 13.05.09
22 Harbhajan Singh 4 17 Mumbai Delhi Centurion 21.05.09
23 A Kumble 4 16 Bangalore Hyd’bad Jo’burg 24.05.09
24 AD Mathews 4 19 Kolkata Bangalore Kolkata 14.03.10

AD Mathews’s 4 for 19 in this game represent his first four wicket haul in T20 games. His previous best bowling figures were 3 for 16 representing Sri Lanka against West Indies at The Brit Oval on 19.06.09

BJ Hodge scored 50 in this game which represents his 20th one day fifty. He became the first batsman in the history of T20 games to register 20 fifties. He has scored one century and 19 half centuries in T20 games. MK Tiwary scored 50 in this game which was his fourth T20 half century.

BJ Hodge and MK Tiwary added 101 for the first wicket in this game providing the 30th occasion of batsmen posting a three figure partnership in IPL

BJ Hodge and MK Tiwary added 101 for the first wicket in this game providing the 11th occasion of batsmen posting a three figure partnership for the first wicket in IPL

BJ Hodge and MK Tiwary added 101 for the first wicket in this game providing the fourth occasion of Kolkata batsmen posting a three figure partnership in IPL. The other three occasions are – 102 for the third wicket between SC Ganguly and DJ Hussey against Hyderabad at Hyderabad on 11.05.08, 130* for the fifth wicket between OA Shah and AD Mathews against Hyderabad at Mum-DYP on 12.03.10 and 104 for the 6th wicket between DJ Hussey and WP Saha vs Mohali at Mohali on 03.05.08

BJ Hodge and MK Tiwary added 101 for the first wicket in this game providing the seventh occasion of batsmen posting a three figure partnership against Bangalore in IPL

BJ Hodge and MK Tiwary added 101 for the first wicket in this game providing the fourth occasion of batsmen posting a first wicket three figure partnership against Bangalore in IPL.

BJ Hodge and MK Tiwary scored 50 runs each in this game providing the first occasion of both the openers scoring exact 50 runs in IPL

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