Tests – Pakistan batsmen scoring 200 plus runs in a test innings

Mohmmad Hafeez  of Pakistan scored a  double  hundred –  224 in the first innings  against Bangladesh in the ongoing first test at Khulna to provide 38th occasion of a Pakistan batsman scoring 200 plus runsin a test innings. All such occasions are listed below. Mohammad Hafeez’s feat also provides the ninth occasion of a Pakistan opening batsman scoring 200 plus runs  in a test innings.

 

Pakistan batsmen scoring 200 plus runs in a test innings
No Player Runs Inns Opposition Ground Start Date
1 Imtiaz Ahmed 209 2 v New Zealand Lahore 26 Oct 1955
2 Hanif Mohd 337 3 v West Indies Bridgetown 17 Jan 1958
3 Hanif Mohd 203* 1 v New Zealand Lahore 02 Apr 1965
4 Zaheer Abbas 274 1 v England Birmingham 03 Jun 1971
5 Mushtaq Mohd 201 1 v New Zealand Dunedin 07 Feb 1973
6 Zaheer Abbas 240 1 v England The Oval 22 Aug 1974
7 Javed Miandad 206 1 v New Zealand Karachi 30 Oct 1976
8 Zaheer Abbas 235* 2 v India Lahore 27 Oct 1978
9 Taslim Arif 210* 2 v Australia Faisalabad 06 Mar 1980
10 Mohsin Khan 200 1 v England Lord’s 12 Aug 1982
11 Zaheer Abbas 215 1 v India Lahore 10 Dec 1982
12 Mudassar Nazar 231 1 v India Hyderabad (Sind) 14 Jan 1983
13 Javed Miandad 280* 1 v India Hyderabad (Sind) 14 Jan 1983
14 Qasim Umar 210 2 v India Faisalabad 24 Oct 1984
15 Qasim Umar 206 2 v Sri Lanka Faisalabad 16 Oct 1985
16 Javed Miandad 203* 2 v Sri Lanka Faisalabad 16 Oct 1985
17 Javed Miandad 260 1 v England The Oval 06 Aug 1987
18 Javed Miandad 211 1 v Australia Karachi 15 Sep 1988
19 Javed Miandad 271 1 v New Zealand Auckland 24 Feb 1989
20 Shoaib Mohd 203* 2 v India Lahore 01 Dec 1989
21 Shoaib Mohd 203* 2 v New Zealand Karachi 10 Oct 1990
22 Aamer Sohail 205 1 v England Manchester 02 Jul 1992
23 Saleem Malik 237 3 v Australia Rawalpindi 05 Oct 1994
24 Wasim Akram 257* 2 v Zimbabwe Sheikhupura 17 Oct 1996
25 Ijaz Ahmed 211 2 v Sri Lanka Dhaka 12 Mar 1999
26 Inzamam-ul-Haq 200* 2 v Sri Lanka Dhaka 12 Mar 1999
27 Mohd Yousuf 203 2 v New Zealand Christchurch 15 Mar 2001
28 Mohd Yousuf 204* 2 v Bangladesh Chittagong 16 Jan 2002
29 Inzamam-ul-Haq 329 1 v New Zealand Lahore 01 May 2002
30 Younis Khan 267 1 v India Bangalore 24 Mar 2005
31 Mohd Yousuf 223 2 v England Lahore 29 Nov 2005
32 Mohd Yousuf 202 2 v England Lord’s 13 Jul 2006
33 Younis Khan 313 2 v Sri Lanka Karachi 21 Feb 2009
34 Taufeeq Umar 236 2 v Sri Lanka Abu Dhabi 18 Oct 2011
35 Younis Khan 200* 2 v Bangladesh Chittagong 09 Dec 2011
36 Younis Khan 200* 3 v Zimbabwe Harare 03 Sep 2013
37 Younis Khan 213 1 v Australia Abu Dhabi 30 Oct 2014
38 Mohd Hafeez 224 2 v Bangladesh Khulna 28 Apr 2015
Pakistan opening batsmen scoring 200 plus runs in a test innings
No Player Runs Inns Opposition Ground Start Date
1 Hanif Mohd 337 3 v West Indies Bridgetown 17 Jan 1958
2 Taslim Arif 210* 2 v Australia Faisalabad 06 Mar 1980
3 Mohsin Khan 200 1 v England Lord’s 12 Aug 1982
4 Mudassar Nazar 231 1 v India Hyderabad (Sind) 14 Jan 1983
5 Shoaib Mohd 203* 2 v New Zealand Karachi 10 Oct 1990
6 Aamer Sohail 205 1 v England Manchester 02 Jul 1992
7 Taufeeq Umar 236 2 v Sri Lanka Abu Dhabi 18 Oct 2011
9 Mohd Hafeez 224 2 v Bangladesh Khulna 28 Apr 2015

 

CH Gayle’s distinction in Twenty20 games

CH Gayle’s lone  boundary six in the game between Bangalore and Rajasthan at Bangalore  on 29.04.15 gave him the 500th boundary six in Twenty20 games and  with the the distinction of becoming the first ever batsman to score 500 boundary sixes in the history of Twenty20 games

His lone boundary four in this game gave him an aggregate of 569 boundary fours. He  is the only batsman in the history of Twenty20 games to score 500 boundary fours and 500 boundary sixes – an unique distinction for the master batsman from West Indies

G Gambhir now owns the dubious record of collecting the first ball ducks as captain on four occasions – most occasions in Indian Premier League

G Gambhir collected the first ball duck against Chennai at Chennai on 28.04.15 to provide the 28th occasion of a captain collecting the first ball duck in the history of IPL. All such occasions are listed below

 

No   Pos Batsman       Runs Balls Team Opposition Venue Date
1 * 08 Harbhajan Singh 00 01 Mumbai Punjab Mohali 25.04.08
2 * 02 R Dravid 00 01 Bangalore Rajasthan Bangalore 26.04.08
3 * 07 R Dravid 00 01 Bangalore Chennai Bangalore 28.04.08
4 * 02 V Sehwag 00 01 Delhi Kolkata Kolkata 13.05.08
5 * 08 SK Warne 00 01 Rajasthan Delhi Mumbai 30.05.08
6 * 06 KP Pietersen 00 01 Bangalore Chennai P E’beth 20.04.09
7 * 01 BB McCullum 00 01 Kolkata Bangalore Durban 29.04.09
8 *+ 01 AC Gilchrist 00 01 Deccan Chennai E London 04.05.09
9 * 09 SK Warne 00 01 Rajasthan Deccan Kimberley 11.05.09
10 * 08 SK Warne 00 01 Rajasthan Delhi Delhi 31.03.10
11 *+ 05 MS Dhoni 00 01 Chennai Rajasthan Chennai 03.04.10
12 *+ 02 AC Gilchrist 00 01 Deccan Bangalore Nagpur 12.04.10
13 * 03 G Gambhir 00 01 Kolkata Kochi Kochi 05.05.11
14 *+ 01 AC Gilchrist 00 01  Punjab Bangalore Bangalore 06.05.11
15 * 07 DL Vettori 00 01 Bangalore Chennai Chennai 28.05.11
16 * 02 V Sehwag 00 01 Delhi Bangalore Bangalore 07.04.12
17 * 03 G Gambhir 00 01 Kolkata Rajasthan Jaipur 08.04.12
18 * 04 CL White 00 01 Deccan Mumbai Mumbai 28.04.12
19 * 08 Harbhajan Singh 00 01 Mumbai Pune Mohali 03.05.12
20 * 08 Harbhajan Singh 00 01 Mumbai Chennai Mum-BS 06.05.12
21 * 04 CL White 00 01 Sunrisers Pune Pune 17.04.13
22 * 04 CL White 00 01 Sunrisers Rajasthan Hyd-RGS 17.05.13
23 *+ 04 KD Karthik 00 01 Delhi Bangalore Sharjah 17.04.14
24 * 02 G Gambhir 00 01 Kolkata Bangalore Sharjah 24.04.14
25 * 03 KP Pietersen 00 01 Delhi Chennai Delhi 05.05.14
26 * 03 V Kohli 00 01 Bangalore Punjab Bangalore 09.05.14
27 * 04 SR Watson 00 01 Rajasthan Punjab Mohali 23.05.14
28 * 02 G Gambhir 00 01 Kolkata Chennai Chennai 28.04.15

 

G Gambhir collected the first ball duck against Chennai at Chennai on 28.04.15 to provide the  fourth occasion of his collecting the first ball duck as a captain. He became the first captain to collect the first ball duck on four occasions in the history of IPL. He now owns the dubious record of a captain collecting most ducks in  the history of IPL. He went past AC Gilchrist, CL White, Harbhajan Singh and SK Warne who had three first ball ducks to own the record of most first ball ducks by a captain. The performance of these five captains are listed below

 

No   Pos Batsman       Runs Balls Team Opposition Venue Date
1 * 03 G Gambhir 00 01 Kolkata Kochi Kochi 05.05.11
2 * 03 G Gambhir 00 01 Kolkata Rajasthan Jaipur 08.04.12
3 * 02 G Gambhir 00 01 Kolkata Bangalore Sharjah 24.04.14
4 * 02 G Gambhir 00 01 Kolkata Chennai Chennai 28.04.15
                   
1 *+ 01 AC Gilchrist 00 01 Deccan Chennai E London 04.05.09
2 *+ 02 AC Gilchrist 00 01 Deccan Bangalore Nagpur 12.04.10
3 *+ 01 AC Gilchrist 00 01  Punjab Bangalore Bangalore 06.05.11
                   
1 * 04 CL White 00 01 Deccan Mumbai Mumbai 28.04.12
2 * 04 CL White 00 01 Sunrisers Pune Pune 17.04.13
3 * 04 CL White 00 01 Sunrisers Rajasthan Hyd-RGS 17.05.13
                   
1 * 08 Harbhajan Singh 00 01 Mumbai Punjab Mohali 25.04.08
2 * 08 Harbhajan Singh 00 01 Mumbai Pune Mohali 03.05.12
3 * 08 Harbhajan Singh 00 01 Mumbai Chennai Mum-BS 06.05.12
                   
1 * 08 SK Warne 00 01 Rajasthan Delhi Mumbai 30.05.08
2 * 09 SK Warne 00 01 Rajasthan Deccan Kimberley 11.05.09
3 * 08 SK Warne 00 01 Rajasthan Delhi Delhi 31.03.10

 

Teams winning a game by five or less than five runs margin in Indian Premier League

Chennai won its match by two runs against Kolkata at Chennai on 28.04.15 to provide the 23rd occasion of a team winning a game by five and less than five runs in the history of IPL. All such occasions are listed below

No Winner Margin Target Opposition Ground Match Date
1 Punjab 1 run 190 v Mumbai Mumbai 21 May 2008
2 Punjab 1 run 135 v Chargers Johannesburg 17 May 2009
3 Delhi 1 run 153 v Rajasthan Delhi 29 Apr 2012
4 Mumbai 1 run 121 v Pune Pune 03 May 2012
5 Chennai 1 run 151 v Delhi Chennai 09 Apr 2015
6 Rajasthan 2 runs 146 v Mumbai Durban 14 May 2009
7 Rajasthan 2 runs 160 v Chargers Nagpur 05 Apr 2010
8 Chennai 2 runs 154 v Kolkata Chennai 08 Apr 2011
9 Punjab 2 runs 135 v Kolkata Kolkata 15 Apr 2012
10 Bangalore 2 runs 157 v Mumbai Bangalore 04 Apr 2013
11 Kolkata 2 runs 151 v Bangalore Sharjah 24 Apr 2014
12 Chennai 2 runs 135 v Kolkata Chennai 28 Apr 2015
13 Bangalore 3 runs 157 v Chargers Bangalore 03 May 2008
14 Chennai 3 runs v Kolkata Kolkata 18 May 2008
15 Punjab 3 runs 120 v Mumbai Durban 29 Apr 2009
16 Mumbai 4 runs 213 v Rajasthan Mumbai (BS) 13 Mar 2010
17 Punjab 4 runs 158 v Kolkata Mohali 16 Apr 2013
18 Mumbai 4 runs 175 v Punjab Mumbai 29 Apr 2013
19 Bangalore 4 runs 184 v Delhi Delhi 10 May 2013
20 Sunrisers 4 runs 185 v Delhi Dubai (DSC) 25 Apr 2014
21 Delhi 4 runs 168 v Sunrisers Visakhapatnam 18 Apr 2015
22 Kolkata 5 runs 130 v Bangalore Kolkata 08 May 2008
23 Rajasthan 5 runs 166 v Delhi Delhi 06 Apr 2013

Chennai won its match by two runs against Kolkata at Chennai on 28.04.15 to provide the seventh occasion of a team winning a game by exact two runs margin in the history of IPL. All such occasions are listed below

No Winner Margin Target Opposition Ground Match Date
1 Rajasthan 2 runs 146 v Mumbai Durban 14 May 2009
2 Rajasthan 2 runs 160 v Chargers Nagpur 05 Apr 2010
3 Chennai 2 runs 154 v Kolkata Chennai 08 Apr 2011
4 Punjab 2 runs 135 v Kolkata Kolkata 15 Apr 2012
5 Bangalore 2 runs 157 v Mumbai Bangalore 04 Apr 2013
6 Kolkata 2 runs 151 v Bangalore Sharjah 24 Apr 2014
7 Chennai 2 runs 135 v Kolkata Chennai 28 Apr 2015

Chennai won its match by two runs against Kolkata at Chennai on 28.04.15 to provide the fourth occasion of Chennai winning a game by five and less than five runs in the history of IPL. Chennai became the second team to win a game by five and less than five runs on four or more occasions after Punjab. Punjab has won five such games. The performance of these two teams are tabulated below.

No Winner Margin Target Opposition Ground Match Date
1 Chennai 1 run 151 v Delhi Chennai 09 Apr 2015
2 Chennai 2 runs 154 v Kolkata Chennai 08 Apr 2011
3 Chennai 2 runs 135 v Kolkata Chennai 28 Apr 2015
4 Chennai 3 runs v Kolkata Kolkata 18 May 2008
             
1 Punjab 1 run 190 v Mumbai Mumbai 21 May 2008
2 Punjab 1 run 135 v Chargers Johannesburg 17 May 2009
3 Punjab 2 runs 135 v Kolkata Kolkata 15 Apr 2012
4 Punjab 3 runs 120 v Mumbai Durban 29 Apr 2009
5 Punjab 4 runs 158 v Kolkata Mohali 16 Apr 2013

Kolkata has been at the receiving end as it has lost five games by five or less than five runs on five occasions. Delhi and Mumbai have lost on four occasions. Thus Kolkata holds the dubious record of losing most games by five or less than five runs. The performance of these three teams are furnished below

No Winner Margin Target Opposition Ground Match Date
1 Chennai 2 runs 154 v Kolkata Chennai 08 Apr 2011
2 Punjab 2 runs 135 v Kolkata Kolkata 15 Apr 2012
3 Chennai 2 runs 135 v Kolkata Chennai 28 Apr 2015
4 Chennai 3 runs v Kolkata Kolkata 18 May 2008
5 Punjab 4 runs 158 v Kolkata Mohali 16 Apr 2013
             
1 Chennai 1 run 151 v Delhi Chennai 09 Apr 2015
2 Bangalore 4 runs 184 v Delhi Delhi 10 May 2013
3 Sunrisers 4 runs 185 v Delhi Dubai (DSC) 25 Apr 2014
4 Rajasthan 5 runs 166 v Delhi Delhi 06 Apr 2013
1 Punjab 1 run 190 v Mumbai Mumbai 21 May 2008
             
2 Rajasthan 2 runs 146 v Mumbai Durban 14 May 2009
3 Bangalore 2 runs 157 v Mumbai Bangalore 04 Apr 2013
4 Punjab 3 runs 120 v Mumbai Durban 29 Apr 2009

It is interesting to note that Chennai is the only team to win by five or less than five runs against Kolkata on three occasions. 

No Winner Margin Target Opposition Ground Match Date
1 Chennai 2 runs 154 v Kolkata Chennai 08 Apr 2011
2 Chennai 2 runs 135 v Kolkata Chennai 28 Apr 2015
3 Chennai 3 runs v Kolkata Kolkata 18 May 2008

Of these three occasions, Chennai has won two games by exact two runs margin on two occasions – both at Chennai – on 08.04.11 and 28.04.15

No Winner Margin Target Opposition Ground Match Date
1 Chennai 2 runs 154 v Kolkata Chennai 08 Apr 2011
2 Chennai 2 runs 135 v Kolkata Chennai 28 Apr 2015

 

Chennai’s distinction – becomes the first team to post seventy five wins in the history of Indian Premier League

Chennai became the first team to post seventy five wins in the history of Indian Premier League. Its victory by two runs against Kolkata at Chennai on 28.04.15 was its seventy fifth win. All the seventy five wins are tabulated chronologically.

 

No Team 1 Team 2 Winner Margin Ground Match Date
1 Punjab Chennai Chennai 33 runs Mohali Apr 19, 2008
2 Chennai Mumbai Chennai 06 runs Chennai Apr 23, 2008
3 Chennai Kolkata Chennai 09 wkts Chennai Apr 26, 2008
4 Bangalore Chennai Chennai 13 runs Bangalore Apr 28, 2008
5 Delhi Chennai Chennai 04 wkts Delhi May 08, 2008
6 Chennai Punjab Chennai 18 runs Chennai May 10, 2008
7 Kolkata Chennai Chennai 03 runs Kolkata May 18, 2008
8 Deccan Chennai Chennai 07 wkts Hyd-RGS May 27, 2008
9 Chennai Punjab Chennai 9 wkts Mumbai May 31, 2008
10 Bangalore Chennai Chennai 92 runs P Elizabeth Apr 20, 2009
11 Chennai Royals Chennai 38 runs Centurion Apr 30, 2009
12 Chennai Delhi Chennai 18 runs Johannesburg May 02, 2009
13 Chennai Deccan Chennai 78 runs East London May 04, 2009
14 Chennai Punjab Chennai 12 runs Centurion May 07, 2009
15 Chennai Royals Chennai 07 wkts Kimberley May 9, 2009
16 Chennai Mumbai Chennai 07 wkts P Elizabeth May 16, 2009
17 Chennai Punjab Chennai 24 runs Durban May 20, 2009
18 Kolkata Chennai Chennai 55 runs Kolkata Mar 16, 2010
19 Delhi Chennai Chennai 05 wkts Delhi Mar 19, 2010
20 Chennai Bangalore Chennai 05 wkts Chennai Mar 31, 2010
21 Chennai Royals Chennai 23 runs Chennai Apr 03, 2010
22 Chennai Mumbai Chennai 24 runs Chennai Apr 06, 2010
23 Chennai Kolkata Chennai 09 wkts Chennai Apr 13, 2010
24 Punjab Chennai Chennai 06 wkts Dharamsala Apr 18, 2010
25 Chennai Deccan Chennai 38 runs Mumbai Apr 22, 2010
26 Chennai Mumbai Chennai 22 runs Mumbai Apr 25, 2010
27 Chennai Kolkata Chennai 02 runs Chennai Apr 08, 2011
28 Chennai Bangalore Chennai 21 runs Chennai Apr 16, 2011
29 Chennai Pune Chennai 25 runs Chennai Apr 25, 2011
30 Pune Chennai Chennai 08 wkts Mumbai Apr 27, 2011
31 Chennai Deccan Chennai 19 runs Chennai May 01, 2011
32 Chennai Royals Chennai 08 wkts Chennai May 04, 2011
33 Royals Chennai Chennai 63 runs Jaipur May 09, 2011
34 Chennai Delhi Chennai 18 runs Chennai May 12, 2011
35 Chennai Kochi Chennai 11 runs Chennai May 18, 2011
36 Bangalore Chennai Chennai 06 wkts Mumbai May 24, 2011
37 Chennai Bangalore Chennai 58 runs Chennai May 28, 2011
38 Deccan Chennai Chennai 74 runs Visakhapatnam Apr 07, 2012
39 Chennai Bangalore Chennai 05 wkts Chennai Apr 12, 2012
40 Chennai Pune Chennai 13 runs Chennai Apr 19, 2012
41 Chennai Royals Chennai 07 wkts Chennai Apr 21, 2012
42 Chennai Deccan Chennai 10 runs Chennai May 04, 2012
43 Royals Chennai Chennai 04 wkts Jaipur May 10, 2012
44 Chennai Delhi Chennai 09 wkts Chennai May 12, 2012
45 Kolkata Chennai Chennai 05 wkts Kolkata May 14, 2012
46 Chennai Mumbai Chennai 38 runs Bangalore May 23, 2012
47 Delhi Chennai Chennai 86 runs Chennai May 25, 2012
48 Punjab Chennai Chennai 10 wkts Mohali Apr 10, 2013
49 Chennai Bangalore Chennai 04 wkts Chennai Apr 13, 2013
50 Delhi Chennai Chennai 86 runs Delhi Apr 18, 2013
51 Kolkata Chennai Chennai 04 wkts Kolkata Apr 20, 2013
52 Chennai Royals Chennai 05 wkts Chennai Apr 22, 2013
53 Chennai Sunrisers Chennai 05 wkts Chennai Apr 25, 2013
54 Chennai Kolkata Chennai 14 runs Chennai Apr 28, 2013
55 Pune Chennai Chennai 37 runs Pune Apr 30, 2013
56 Chennai Punjab Chennai 15 runs Chennai May 02, 2013
57 Sunrisers Chennai Chennai 77 runs Hyd-RGS May 08, 2013
58 Chennai Delhi Chennai 33 runs Chennai May 14, 2013
59 Chennai Mumbai Chennai 48 runs Delhi May 21, 2013
60 Chennai Delhi Chennai 93 runs Abu Dhabi Apr 21, 2014
61 Royals Chennai Chennai 07 runs Dubai (DSC) Apr 23, 2014
62 Chennai Mumbai Chennai 07 wkts Dubai (DSC) Apr 25, 2014
63 Sunrisers Chennai Chennai 05 wkts Sharjah Apr 27, 2014
64 Chennai Kolkata Chennai 34 runs Ranchi May 02, 2014
65 Delhi Chennai Chennai 08 wkts Delhi May 05, 2014
66 Mumbai Chennai Chennai 04 wkts Mumbai May 10, 2014
67 Chennai Royals Chennai 05 wkts Ranchi May 13, 2014
68 Bangalore Chennai Chennai 08 wkts Bangalore May 24, 2014
69 Chennai Mumbai Chennai 07 wkts Mumbai (BS) May 28, 2014
70 Chennai Delhi Chennai 01 run Chennai Apr 09, 2015
71 Chennai Sunrisers Chennai 45 runs Chennai Apr 11, 2015
72 Mumbai Chennai Chennai 06 wkts Mumbai Apr 17, 2015
73 Bangalore Chennai Chennai 27 runs Bangalore Apr 22, 2015
74 Chennai Punjab Chennai 97 runs Chennai Apr 25, 2015
75 Chennai Kolkata Chennai 02 runs Chennai Apr 28, 2015

 

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