Afghanistan shock West Indies to post a six run victory

30th Match, Super 10 Group 1: Afghanistan v West Indies at Nagpur – Mar 27, 2016 – Afghanistan 123/7 (20/20 ov); West Indies 117/8 (20/20 ov) – Afghanistan won by 6 runs

West Indies won the toss and elected to field to provide the 96th occasion of a team inserting the opposition in WT20. West Indies lost the game by six runs after inserting the opposition provides the 46th occasion of a team losing a WT20 game after inserting the opposition. West Indies’ act of inserting the opposition in this game provides the ninth occasion of West Indies doing so in WT20, West Indies has lost four games after it had inserted the opposition including this game

S Badree captured three wickets conceding 14 runs in this game and took his aggregate of wickets to 21 while sharing the new ball as a spinner in WT20. He is the first bowler to capture 20 plus wickets in WT20 with the specifications mentioned.

Mohammad Shehzad’s boundary fours aggregate read 102 when he has batted as an opener and also kept wickets in a T20I. He became the first batsman in the history of T20I to score 100 plus boundary fours while opening the batting and also keeping wickets

Mohammad Shehzad’s boundary fours aggregate read 139 when he has kept wickets in a T20I. He now shares the record jointly for most boundary fours by a wicket keeper batsman in T20I with KC Sangakkara. KC Sangakkara has also scored 139 boundary fours while keeping wickets for Sri Lanka

At the end of this game Mohammad Shehzad’s run aggregate in T20Is read 1349 as wicket keeper batsman. He now occupies the third place amongst the wicket keeper batsmen who have scored most runs in T20Is. KC Sangakkara {1382} and BB McCullum {1352} occupy the first two places.

D Ramdin was dismissed stumped for 18 in this game to provide the tenth occasion of a wicket keeper batsman dismissed stumped in WT20, All the ten occasions are listed below. D Ramdin became the first West Indian wicket keeper batsman to be dismissed stumped in WT20.

No Player Runs Inns Team Oppn Ground Start Date
1 KC Sangakkara 15 1 Srl Pak Lord’s 12 Jun 2009
2 NJ O’Brien 31 2 Ire Srl Lord’s 14 Jun 2009
3 Kamran Akmal 37 2 Pak Srl Lord’s 21 Jun 2009
4 BJ Haddin 8 1 Aus Ind Bridgetown 07 May 2010
5 BJ Haddin 25 2 Aus Pak Gros Islet 14 May 2010
6 BRM Taylor 0 2 Zim Srl Hambantota 18 Sep 2012
7 Q de Kock 29 1 RSA Eng Chittagong 29 Mar 2014
8 W Barresi 8 1 Net Ire Dharamsala 13 Mar 2016
9 JC Buttler 21 2 Eng RSA Mumbai 18 Mar 2016
10 D Ramdin 18 2 Win Afg Nagpur 27 Mar 2016

AD Russell was dismissed run out in this game to provide the eighth occasion of a West Indian batsman dismissed run out in WT20. His run out dismissal provides the 194th occasion of a batsman dismissed run out in WT20 and also provides the 40th such occasion in WT20 2016

Afghanistan won this game by six runs to provide its 29th win in T20Is and also its fifth win in WT20. The five wins are tabulated below

No Team Result Margin BR Opposition Ground Start Date
1 Afghanistan won 07 wkts 12 v Hong Kong Chittagong 18 Mar 2014
2 Afghanistan won 14 runs   v Scotland Nagpur 08 Mar 2016
3 Afghanistan won 06 wkts 12 v Hong Kong Nagpur 10 Mar 2016
4 Afghanistan won 59 runs   v Zimbabwe Nagpur 12 Mar 2016
5 Afghanistan won 06 runs   v West Indies Nagpur 27 Mar 2016

Afghanistan won this game by six runs to provide the 19th occasion of a team winning a WT20 game by single digit runs margin. All such occasions are listed below

No Winner Margin Target Opposition Ground Match Date
1 South Africa 1 run 129 v New Zealand Lord’s 09 Jun 2009
2 New Zealand 1 run 134 v Pakistan Bridgetown 08 May 2010
3 India 1 run 153 v South Africa Colombo (RPS) 02 Oct 2012
4 India 1 run 147 v Bangladesh Bangalore 23 Mar 2016
5 South Africa 2 runs 171 v New Zealand Chittagong 24 Mar 2014
6 England 3 runs 154 v India Lord’s 14 Jun 2009
7 South Africa 3 runs 197 v England Chittagong 29 Mar 2014
8 New Zealand 5 runs 165 v England Durban 18 Sep 2007
9 India 5 runs 158 v Pakistan Johannesburg 24 Sep 2007
10 Sri Lanka 5 runs 166 v South Africa Chittagong 22 Mar 2014
11 South Africa 6 runs 146 v Netherlands Chittagong 27 Mar 2014
12 Afghanistan 6 runs 124 v West Indies Nagpur 27 Mar 2016
13 Pakistan 7 runs 150 v South Africa Nottingham 18 Jun 2009
14 New Zealand 7 runs v Zimbabwe Providence 04 May 2010
15 Bangladesh 8 runs 154 v Netherlands Dharamsala 09 Mar 2016
16 New Zealand 8 runs 143 v Australia Dharamsala 18 Mar 2016
17 Sri Lanka 9 runs 145 v Ireland Lord’s 14 Jun 2009
18 Nepal 9 runs 142 v Afghanistan Chittagong 20 Mar 2014
19 New Zealand 9 runs v England Chittagong 22 Mar 2014

Afghanistan won this game by six runs to provide the second occasion of a team winning a WT20 game by exact six runs margin. South Africa had won its game by six runs against Netherlands at Chittagong on 27 Mar 2014 – exactly two years ago!!!! Both the  occasions are listed below

No Winner Margin Target Opposition Ground Match Date
1 South Africa 6 runs 146 v Netherlands Chittagong 27 Mar 2014
2 Afghanistan 6 runs 124 v West Indies Nagpur 27 Mar 2016

Skipper AD Mathew’s 73 not out in vain as Sri Lanka go down to England by ten runs

29th Match, Super 10 Group 1: England v Sri Lanka at Delhi – Mar 26, 2016 – England 171/4 (20/20 ov); Sri Lanka 161/8 (20/20 ov) – England won by 10 runs

Sri Lanka won the toss and chose to field first in this game providing the 95th occasion of a team inserting the opposition in WT20 and also provides Sri Lanka doing so for the sixth occasion in WT20. Sri Lanka lost this game after inserting the opposition to provide the 45th occasion of a team losing a game after inserting the opposition in WT20. Sri Lanka lost this game to provide the third occasion of Sri Lanka losing a game after it had inserted the opposition in WT20.

AD Hales failed to open his account in this game to provide the 72nd occasion of an opening batsman scoring a duck in WT20 and also provides the seventh such occasion by an England opening batsman in WT20. Of these seven occasions, AD Hales has been dismissed for a duck on three occasions. AD Hales became the fourth opening batsman to be dismissed for a duck on three or more occasions. Others are TM Dilshan {05}, ST Jayasuriya {04} and ADS Fletcher {03}

EJG Morgan was dismissed run out in this game to provide the 26th occasion of a captain dismissed run out in WT20. He also became the England captain to be dismissed in such a manner in WT20. PD Collingwood was the other England captain to be dismissed run out in WT20. He was dismissed run out for 37 against Zimbabwe at Cape Town on 13.09.07

JJ Roy and JE Root added 61 runs for the second wicket in this game to provide the 29th occasion of England batmen posting a fifty plus runs partnership in WT20. It also provides the ninth such occasion by England batsman for the second wicket

JC Buttler and EJG Morgan added 74 runs for the fourth wicket in this game to provide the 30th occasion of England batmen posting a fifty plus runs partnership in WT20. It also provides the sixth such occasion by England batsman for the fourth wicket

JJ Roy-JE Root added 61 runs for the second wicket and JC Buttler-EJG Morgan added 74 runs for the fourth wicket in this game to provide the 40th occasion of batmen posting two fifty plus runs partnerships in an innings of a WT20 game. It also provides the fifth such occasion by England batsman in WT20

JC Buttler scored 66 not out in this game to provide the 17th occasion of a wicket keeper batsman scoring a fifty in WT20 and also provides the second such occasion by an England wicket keeper batsman. C Kieswetter had scored 63 against Australia at Bridgetown on 16.05.10 Thus JC Buttler’s 66 not out in this game represent the highest score by an England wicket keeper batsman in WT20.

Sri Lanka lost its four wickets with the score board reading 15 runs to provide the seventh occasion of a team losing four wickets for 15 and less than 15 runs in WT20. All such occasions are listed below

No Team FoW Inns Oppn Ground Start Date
1 Ken 4/01 1 NZl Durban 12 Sep 2007
2 Afg 4/08 2 RSA Bridgetown 05 May 2010
3 Net 4/09 1 Srl Chittagong 24 Mar 2014
4 Sco 4/13 2 RSA The Oval 07 Jun 2009
5 Pak 4/13 2 Pak Dhaka 01 Apr 2014
6 Ban 4/15 2 Aus Bridgetown 05 May 2010
7 Srl 4/15 2 Eng Delhi 26 Mar 2016

AD Mathews scored 73 not out in this game to provide the 23rd occasion of a captain scoring a fifty in WT20. It also provides the sixth such occasion by a Sri Lankan captain in WT20. It represents the highest score by a Sri Lankan captain in WT20s. The previous best was KC Sangakkara’s 68 against West Indies at Bridgetown on 07.05.10

No Player Runs Inns Oppn Ground Start Date
1 AD Mathews 73* 2 Eng Delhi 26 Mar 2016
2 KC Sangakkara 68 1 Win Bridgetown 07 May 2010
3 DPMD Jayawardene 65* 2 Win Pallekele 29 Sep 2012
4 DPMD Jayawardene 65 1 Ken Johannesburg 14 Sep 2007
5 KC Sangakkara 64* 1 Pak Lord’s 21 Jun 2009
6 KC Sangakkara 55* 2 Aus Nottingham 08 Jun 2009

AD Mathew’s 73 not out was in a losing cause to provide the 63rd occasion of batsman’s fifty going in vain in WT20. It also provides the sixth such occasion for a Sri Lankan batsman. All the six occasions are listed below

No Player Runs Inns Opposition Ground Start Date
1 DPMD Jayawardene 89 1 v England Chittagong 27 Mar 2014
2 DPMD Jayawardene 81 1 v New Zealand Providence 30 Apr 2010
3 AD Mathews 73* 2 v England Delhi 26 Mar 2016
4 KC Sangakkara 64* 1 v Pakistan Lord’s 21 Jun 2009
5 AD Mathews 58 1 v England Gros Islet 13 May 2010
6 TM Dilshan 55 1 v England Chittagong 27 Mar 2014

DPMD Jayawardene and AD Mathews have witnessed two of their fifties in a losing cause in WT20. All such occasions are listed below

No Player Runs Inns Opposition Ground Start Date
1 DPMD Jayawardene 81 1 v New Zealand Providence 30 Apr 2010
2 DPMD Jayawardene 89 1 v England Chittagong 27 Mar 2014
             
1 AD Mathews 58 1 v England Gros Islet 13 May 2010
2 AD Mathews 73* 2 v England Delhi 26 Mar 2016

First four Sri Lankan batsmen scored single digit runs in this game – LD Chandimal {01}, TM Dilshan {02}, TAM Siriwardana {07} and HDRL Thirmanne {03} – to provide the seventh occasion of first four batsmen scoring single digits in an innings of a WT20 game. All such occasions are listed below. It is interesting to note  that first four Kenyan batsman scored ducks against New Zealand at Durban on 12.09.07

No Team Inns Oppn Ground Date
1 Ken 1 NZl Durban 12.09.07
2 RSA 2 Ind Durban 20.09.07
3 Ire 2 Win Providence 30.04.10
4 Afg 2 RSA Bridgetown 05.05.10
5 Afg 2 Eng Col-RPS 21.09.12
6 Afg 2 Nep Chittagong 20.03.14
7 Srl 2 Eng Delhi 26.03.1

Sri Lanka became the second team to have its first four batsmen scoring single digits in an innings against England in WT20. Afghanistan was the other team to have its first four batsmen scoring single digits against England at Col-RPS on 21.09.12

HDRL Thirimanne was dismissed run out in this game to provide the 21st occasion of a Sri Lankan batsman dismissed run out in WT20. He was dismissed run out for the second occasion in WT20. He was run out for 5 against New Zealand at Palekkele on 27.09.12. He became the sixth Sri Lankan batsman to be dismissed run out on two or more occasions in WT20. Others are – TM Dilshan {03}, DPMD Jayawardene {02}, AD Matthews {02}, NLTC Perera {02} and KC Sangakkara {02}

AD Mathews and CP Kapugedera added 80 runs for the fifth wicket in this game to provide the 29th occasion of Sri Lankan batsmen posting a fifty plus runs partnership in WT20. It also provides the third such occasion for the fifth wicket by Sri Lankan batsmen in WT20. This stand represents the record stand for the fifth wicket by Sri Lankan batsmen in WT20. The previous best was the 56 runs unfinished stand between KC Sangakkara and NLTC Perera against India at Dhaka on 06.04.14

New Zealand skittle Bangladesh for its lowest total of 70 runs in T20Is and also in WT20

28th Match, Super 10 Group 2: Bangladesh v New Zealand at Kolkata – Mar 26, 2016 – New Zealand 145/8 (20/20 ov); Bangladesh 70 (15.4/20 ov) – New Zealand won by 75 runs

Mustafizur Rahman captured five for 22 in this game to provide the 18th occasion of a bowler capturing five or more wickets in T20I and provide the seventh such occasion in WT20.

His figures represent the best bowling figures by a Bangladesh bowler in WT20. The previous best bowling figures by a Bangladesh bowler in WT20 was credited to Shakib Al Hasan who had figures of 4 for 15 against Oman at Dharmasala on 13.03.16. Mushtafizur Rahman became the second Bangladesh bowler to capture five or more wickets in T20Is after Elias Sunny. Elias Sunny had returned with figures of five for 13 against Ireland at Belfast on 18.07.12. The following table shows the list of bowlers who have captured five or more wickets in T20Is arranged in the chronological order.

No Player O M R W Inns Team Oppn Ground Date
1 Umar Gul 3.0 0 6 5 1 Pak NZl The Oval 13.06.09
2 NN Odhiambo 4.0 0 20 5 1 Ken Sco Nairobi (Gym) 04.02.10
3 DJG Sammy 3.5 0 26 5 1 Win Zim Port of Spain 28.02.10
4 R McLaren 3.5 0 19 5 2 RSA Win North Sound 19.05.10
5 TG Southee 4.0 1 18 5 1 NZl Pak Auckland 26.12.10
6 BAW Mendis 4.0 1 16 6 2 Srl Aus Pallekele 08.08.11
7 Elias Sunny 4.0 1 13 5 2 Ban Ire Belfast 18.07.12
8 BAW Mendis 4.0 2 8 6 2 Srl Zim Hambantota 18.09.12
9 SL Malinga 4.0 0 31 5 2 Srl Eng Pallekele 01.10.12
10 Umar Gul 2.2 0 6 5 2 Pak RSA Centurion 03.03.13
11 Samiullah Shenwari 4.0 0 13 5 2 Afg Ken Sharjah 24.11.13
12 Ahsan Malik 4.0 0 19 5 1 Net RSA Chittagong 27.03.14
13 HMRKB Herath 3.3 2 3 5 2 Srl NZl Chittagong 31.03.14
14 D Wiese 4.0 0 23 5 2 RSA Win Durban 14.01.15
15 AC Evans 4.0 0 24 5 1 Sco Net Edinburgh 11.07.15
16 MRJ Watt 4.0 0 27 5 2 Sco Net ICCA Dubai 05.02.16
17 JP Faulkner 4.0 0 27 5 2 Aus Pak Mohali 25.03.16
18 Mustafizur Rahman 4.0 0 22 5 1 Ban NZl Kolkata 26.03.16

Mustafizur Rahman became the third bowler to capture five or more wickets against New Zealand in T20Is after Umar Gul of Pakistan and HMRKB Herath of Sri Lanka. By a coincidence all the three occasions have been performed in WT20

No Player O M R W Inns Team Oppn Ground Date
1 Umar Gul 3.0 0 6 5 1 Pak NZl The Oval 13.06.09
2 HMRKB Herath 3.3 2 3 5 2 Srl NZl Chittagong 31.03.14
3 Mustafizur Rahman 4.0 0 22 5 1 Ban NZl Kolkata 26.03.16

Mustafizur Rahman became the second bowler to witness his five wicket haul going in vain in WT20. The other such occasion was Ahsan Malik’s 5 for 19 in a losing cause in the game between Netherlands and South Africa at Chittagong on 27.03.14

No Player O M R W Inns Team Oppn Ground Date
1 Ahsan Malik 4.0 0 19 5 1 Net RSA Chittagong 27.03.14
2 Mustafizur Rahman 4.0 0 22 5 1 Ban NZl Kolkata 26.03.16

He also became the fourth bowler to witness his five wicket haul going in vain in T20Is. All the four occasions are listed below

No Player O M R W Inns Team Oppn Ground Date
1 DJG Sammy 3.5 0 26 5 1 Win Zim Port of Spain 28.02.10
2 Ahsan Malik 4.0 0 19 5 1 Net RSA Chittagong 27.03.14
3 AC Evans 4.0 0 24 5 1 Sco Net Edinburgh 11.07.15
4 Mustafizur Rahman 4.0 0 22 5 1 Ban NZl Kolkata 26.03.16

Tamim Iqbal was dismissed run out in this game to provide the eleventh occasion of a Bangladesh batsman dismissed run out in WT20 and also provide the fifth such occasion of a dismissal of a Bangladesh opening batsman in WT20. It is interesting to note that out of these five occasions, Tamim Iqbal has been dismissed run out on four occasions

H Masakadza of Zimbabwe and Tamim Iqbal of Bangladesh share the record for most run out dismissals of opening batsmen in WT20. Both the batsmen have been dismissed run out on four occasions. Tamim Iqbal became the fourth batsman to be dismissed run out on four or more occasions in WT20. Others are – MS Dhoni {05}, DL Vettori {05} and H Masakadza {04}

Soumya Sarkar was dismissed stumped in this game to provide the 104th occasion of a batsman dismissed stumped in WT20 and also provides the eleventh such occasion of a dismissal of a Bangladesh batsman in WT20. Soumya Sarkar became the third Bangladesh batsman to be dismissed stumped on two occasions in WT20. The others are – Nasir Hossain and Tamim Iqbal

No Player Runs Inns Oppn Ground Start Date
1 Nasir Hossain 16 1 Ind Dhaka 28 Mar 2014
  Nasir Hossain 23 2 Pak Dhaka 30 Mar 2014
             
2 Soumya Sarkar 20 1 Ire Dharamsala 11 Mar 2016
  Soumya Sarkar 6 2 NZl Kolkata 26 Mar 2016
             
3 Tamim Iqbal 15 2 Ind Nottingham 06 Jun 2009
  Tamim Iqbal 35 2 Ind Bangalore 23 Mar 2016

Bangladesh was dismissed for 70 in this game to provide the 22nd occasion of a team dismissed all out for a total less than 100 runs in WT20. All such occasions are listed below

No Team Score Overs Inns Opposition Ground Start Date
1 Kenya 73 16.5 1 v New Zealand Durban 12 Sep 2007
2 Kenya 88 19.3 2 v Sri Lanka Johannesburg 14 Sep 2007
3 Bangladesh 83 15.5 2 v Sri Lanka Johannesburg 18 Sep 2007
4 Scotland 81 15.4 2 v South Africa The Oval 07 Jun 2009
5 Netherlands 93 17.3 2 v Pakistan Lord’s 09 Jun 2009
6 New Zealand 99 18.3 1 v Pakistan The Oval 13 Jun 2009
7 Ireland 68 16.4 2 v West Indies Providence 30 Apr 2010
8 Zimbabwe 84 15.1 1 v New Zealand Providence 04 May 2010
9 Afghanistan 80 16.0 2 v South Africa Bridgetown 05 May 2010
10 Sri Lanka 87 16.2 2 v Australia Bridgetown 09 May 2010
11 Afghanistan 80 17.2 2 v England Colombo (RPS) 21 Sep 2012
12 England 80 14.4 2 v India Colombo (RPS) 23 Sep 2012
13 Afghanistan 72 17.1 1 v Bangladesh Dhaka 16 Mar 2014
14 Hong Kong 69 17.0 2 v Nepal Chittagong 16 Mar 2014
15 Netherlands 39 10.3 1 v Sri Lanka Chittagong 24 Mar 2014
16 Bangladesh 98 19.1 2 v West Indies Dhaka 25 Mar 2014
17 Australia 86 16.2 2 v India Dhaka 30 Mar 2014
18 England 88 17.4 2 v Netherlands Chittagong 31 Mar 2014
19 New Zealand 60 15.3 2 v Sri Lanka Chittagong 31 Mar 2014
20 Pakistan 82 17.5 2 v West Indies Dhaka 01 Apr 2014
21 India 79 18.1 2 v New Zealand Nagpur 15 Mar 2016
22 Bangladesh 70 15.4 2 v New Zealand Kolkata 26 Mar 2016

Bangladesh has been dismissed  all  out for a total of less than 100 runs in WT20 on three occasions. Bangladesh and Afghanistan share the record for most occasions of all out for a total of less than 100 runs in WT20. The following table lists the performance of both these two teams

No Team Score Overs Inns Opposition Ground Start Date
1 Afghanistan 80 16.0 2 v South Africa Bridgetown 05 May 2010
2 Afghanistan 80 17.2 2 v England Colombo (RPS) 21 Sep 2012
3 Afghanistan 72 17.1 1 v Bangladesh Dhaka 16 Mar 2014
               
1 Bangladesh 83 15.5 2 v Sri Lanka Johannesburg 18 Sep 2007
2 Bangladesh 98 19.1 2 v West Indies Dhaka 25 Mar 2014
3 Bangladesh 70 15.4 2 v New Zealand Kolkata 26 Mar 2016

Bangladesh’s 70 all out in this game represent its lowest team total in WT20. Its previous lowest was 83 against Sri Lanka at Johannesburg on 18.09.07

Bangladesh’s 70 all out in this game provides the 59th occasion of a team dismissed all out for a total less than 100 runs in T20I. It also provides the fifth occasion of Bangladesh dismissed all out for a total less than 100 runs in T20I. Bangladesh became the fourth team to be dismissed all out for a total less than 100 runs on five or more occasions in T20I. Others are Kenya {07}, New Zealand {05} and Pakistan {05}

Bangladesh has been dismissed all out in T20Is on sixteen occasion which includes its 70 all out in this game. Only New Zealand has been dismissed all out on more occasions than Bangladesh in T20Is. New Zealand has been dismissed all out on seventeen occasions – one occasion more than Bangladesh and holds the record for most times all out in the history of T20Is. Bangladesh’s 70 all out is its lowest total in T20Is,

New Zealand won this game by 75 runs to provide the 27th occasion of a team winning a WT20 game by 50 plus runs margin. All such occasions are listed below

No Winner Margin Target Opposition Ground Match Date
1 Sri Lanka 172 runs 261 v Kenya Johannesburg 14 Sep 2007
2 South Africa 130 runs 212 v Scotland The Oval 07 Jun 2009
3 England 116 runs 197 v Afghanistan Colombo (RPS) 21 Sep 2012
4 India 90 runs 171 v England Colombo (RPS) 23 Sep 2012
5 West Indies 84 runs 167 v Pakistan Dhaka 01 Apr 2014
6 New Zealand 83 runs 199 v Ireland Nottingham 11 Jun 2009
7 Pakistan 82 runs 176 v Netherlands Lord’s 09 Jun 2009
8 Sri Lanka 82 runs 183 v Zimbabwe Hambantota 18 Sep 2012
9 Australia 81 runs 169 v Sri Lanka Bridgetown 09 May 2010
10 Nepal 80 runs 150 v Hong Kong Chittagong 16 Mar 2014
11 New Zealand 75 runs 146 v Bangladesh Kolkata 26 Mar 2016
12 West Indies 74 runs 206 v Australia Colombo (RPS) 05 Oct 2012
13 West Indies 73 runs 172 v Bangladesh Dhaka 25 Mar 2014
14 India 73 runs 160 v Australia Dhaka 30 Mar 2014
15 West Indies 70 runs 139 v Ireland Providence 30 Apr 2010
16 Sri Lanka 64 runs 148 v Bangladesh Johannesburg 18 Sep 2007
17 South Africa 59 runs 140 v Afghanistan Bridgetown 05 May 2010
18 New Zealand 59 runs 192 v Bangladesh Pallekele 21 Sep 2012
19 Sri Lanka 59 runs 120 v New Zealand Chittagong 31 Mar 2014
20 Afghanistan 59 runs 187 v Zimbabwe Nagpur 12 Mar 2016
21 Sri Lanka 57 runs 159 v West Indies The Oval 19 Jun 2009
22 Sri Lanka 57 runs 196 v West Indies Bridgetown 07 May 2010
23 Pakistan 55 runs 202 v Bangladesh Kolkata 16 Mar 2016
24 Bangladesh 54 runs 120 v Oman Dharamsala 13 Mar 2016
25 Pakistan 51 runs 172 v Scotland Durban 12 Sep 2007
26 England 50 runs 189 v Zimbabwe Cape Town 13 Sep 2007
27 Pakistan 50 runs 191 v Bangladesh Dhaka 30 Mar 2014

New Zealand won this game by 75 runs to provide the third occasion of New Zealand winning a WT20 game by 50 plus runs margin. All such occasions are listed below. It also provides New Zealand’s second win against Bangladesh by 50 plus runs margin

No Winner Margin Target Opposition Ground Match Date
1 New Zealand 83 runs 199 v Ireland Nottingham 11 Jun 2009
2 New Zealand 75 runs 146 v Bangladesh Kolkata 26 Mar 2016
3 New Zealand 59 runs 192 v Bangladesh Pallekele 21 Sep 2012

New Zealand’s 75 runs win against Bangladesh provide the sixth win for a team against Bangladesh by 50 plus runs margin in WT20. It also represents the largest margin of victory by any team against Bangladesh in WT20. All the  six wins are listed below

No Winner Margin Target Opposition Ground Match Date
1 New Zealand 75 runs 146 v Bangladesh Kolkata 26 Mar 2016
2 West Indies 73 runs 172 v Bangladesh Dhaka 25 Mar 2014
3 Sri Lanka 64 runs 148 v Bangladesh Johannesburg 18 Sep 2007
4 New Zealand 59 runs 192 v Bangladesh Pallekele 21 Sep 2012
5 Pakistan 55 runs 202 v Bangladesh Kolkata 16 Mar 2016
6 Pakistan 50 runs 191 v Bangladesh Dhaka 30 Mar 2014

Bangladesh’s 70 all out in this game provides its lowest total in a completed innings in T20I. Its previous lowest total was 78 against New Zealand at Hamilton on 03.02.10

Bangladesh has been dismissed all out on seven occasions in WT20 and own the record for most all outs by a team in WT20. Bangladesh is one of the two teams that are dismissed all out on five or more occasions in WT20. Afghanistan is the other team to be dismissed all out on five occasions in WT20. Bangladesh’s seven all out innings are detailed below

No Team Score Overs Inns Opposition Ground Start Date
1 Bangladesh 144 19.3 1 v South Africa Cape Town 15 Sep 2007
2 Bangladesh 83 15.5 2 v Sri Lanka Johannesburg 18 Sep 2007
3 Bangladesh 140 19.4 1 v Pakistan Cape Town 20 Sep 2007
4 Bangladesh 114 18.4 2 v Australia Bridgetown 05 May 2010
4 Bangladesh 108 16.3 1 v Hong Kong Chittagong 20 Mar 2014
6 Bangladesh 98 19.1 2 v West Indies Dhaka 25 Mar 2014
7 Bangladesh 70 15.4 2 v New Zealand Kolkata 26 Mar 2016

West Indies struggle to go past South Africa – win by three wickets with two balls to spare

27th Match, Super 10 Group 1: South Africa v West Indies at Nagpur – Mar 25, 2016 – South Africa 122/8 (20/20 ov); West Indies 123/7 (19.4/20 ov) – West Indies won by 3 wickets (with 2 balls remaining)

HM Amla and AM Phangiso were dismissed run out for 1 and 4 respectively in this game to provide the 12th and 13th occasion of a South African batsman dismissed run out in WT20 and also HM Amla’s run out provides the third occasion of a South African opening batsman dismissed run out in WT20. The other two occasions are – JH Kallis for 24 against New Zealand at Lord’s on 09.06.09 and LF Bosman for a duck against Afghanistan at Bridgetown on 05.05.10.

RR Rossouw scored duck in this game to provide the 12th occasion of a South African batsman scoring a duck in WT20. He also became the fifth South African batsman to collect a second ball duck in WT20

ADS Fletcher was dismissed run out in this game to provide the seventh occasion of a West Indian batsman dismissed run out in WT20. It also provides the second occasion or a West Indies batsman batting at number three dismissed run out in WT20. The first such occasion was LMP Simmons’s run out batting at number three against Pakistan at Dhaka on 01.04.12

DJG Sammy collected the first ball duck in this game to provide the eleventh occasion of a West Indian batsman collecting the first ball duck in WT20. It also provides the tenth occasion of a captain dismissed first ball for a duck in WT20 and also provides the first such occasion by a West Indian captain in WT20

West Indies won this game by three wickets with two balls to spare providing the seventh occasion of a team winning a WT20 game with exact two balls to spare. All such occasions are listed below

No Winner Margin BR Target Overs Max Oppn Ground Match Date
1 Pakistan 2 wkts 2 134 19.4 20.0 RSA Col-RPS 28 Sep 2012
2 Hong Kong 2 wkts 2 109 19.4 20.0 Ban Chittagong 20 Mar 2014
3 India 7 wkts 2 130 19.4 20.0 Win Dhaka 23 Mar 2014
4 West Indies 6 wkts 2 179 19.4 20.0 Aus Dhaka 28 Mar 2014
5 Oman 2 wkts 2 155 19.4 20.0 Ire Dharamsala 09 Mar 2016
6 England 2 wkts 2 230 19.4 20.0 RSA Mumbai 18 Mar 2016
7 West Indies 3 wkts 2 123 19.4 20.0 RSA Nagpur 25 Mar 2016

West Indies’ win by three wickets with two balls to spare provides its second such win in WT20. The first such occasion was its six wickets win with two balls to spare against Australia at Dhaka on 28.03.14

No Winner Margin BR Target Overs Max Oppn Ground Match Date
1 West Indies 6 wkts 2 179 19.4 20.0 Aus Dhaka 28 Mar 2014
2 West Indies 3 wkts 2 123 19.4 20.0 RSA Nagpur 25 Mar 2016

Two or more batsmen collecting the first ball ducks in an innings of a WT20 game

Imad Wasim and Wahab Riaz of Pakistan collected the first ball ducks in the game between Australia and Pakistan at Mohali on 25.03.16 in the ongoing WT20 2016 to provide the twelfth occasion of two or more batsmen collecting the first ball ducks in an innings of WT20 game. All such occasions are listed below

No No Player Runs BF Inns Team Oppn Ground Start Date
1 1 LJ Wright 0 1 1 Eng Zim Cape Town 13 Sep 2007
  2 AD Mascarenhas 0 1 1 Eng Zim Cape Town 13 Sep 2007
                   
2 1 Mashrafe Mortaza 0 1 1 Ban Aus Cape Town 16 Sep 2007
  2 Alok Kapali 0 1 1 Ban Aus Cape Town 16 Sep 2007
                   
3 1 NS Poonia 0 1 2 Sco RSA The Oval 07 Jun 2009
  2 CJO Smith 0 1 2 Sco RSA The Oval 07 Jun 2009
                   
4 1 MG Johnson 0 1 1 Aus Pak Gros Islet 02 May 2010
  2 SPD Smith 0 1 1 Aus Pak Gros Islet 02 May 2010
                   
5 1 Mohd Shahzad 0 1 1 Afg Ban Dhaka 16 Mar 2014
  2 Nawroz Mangal 0 1 1 Afg Ban Dhaka 16 Mar 2014
                   
6 1 NB Budayair 0 1 1 Nep HKG Chittagong 16 Mar 2014
  2 SP Gauchan 0 1 1 Nep HKG Chittagong 16 Mar 2014
                   
7 1 Irfan Ahmed 0 1 2 HKG Nep Chittagong 16 Mar 2014
  2 Nizakat Khan 0 1 2 HKG Nep Chittagong 16 Mar 2014
                   
8 1 AD Russell 0 1 1 Win Ban Dhaka 25 Mar 2014
  2 DJ Bravo 0 1 1 Win Ban Dhaka 25 Mar 2014
  3 D Ramdin 0 1 1 Win Ban Dhaka 25 Mar 2014
                   
9 1 Shamsur Rahman 0 1 1 Ban Ind Dhaka 28 Mar 2014
  2 Ziaur Rahman 0 1 1 Ban Ind Dhaka 28 Mar 2014
                   
10 1 MH Cross 0 1 2 Sco Zim Nagpur 10 Mar 2016
  2 AC Evans 0 1 2 Sco Zim Nagpur 10 Mar 2016
                   
11 1 AD Poynter 0 1 2 Ire Net Dharamsala 13 Mar 2016
  2 GH Dockrell 0 1 2 Ire Net Dharamsala 13 Mar 2016
                   
12 1 Imad Wasim 0 1 2 Pak Aus Mohali 25 Mar 2016
  2 Wahab Riaz 0 1 2 Pak Aus Mohali 25 Mar 2016

JP Faulkner’s best bowling figures of 5 for 27 in T20Is and in WT20 was too much for Pakistan – Australia win by 21 runs

26th Match, Super 10 Group 2: Australia v Pakistan at Mohali – Mar 25, 2016 – Australia 193/4 (20/20 ov); Pakistan 172/8 (20/20 ov) – Australia won by 21 runs

SPD Smith scored 61 not out in this game to provide the 22nd occasion of a captain scoring a fifty in WT20 and also provides the second such occasion by an Australian captain in WT20. The other occasion was GJ Bailey’s 63 against West Indies at Col-RPS on 05.10.12. SPD Smith’s 61 not out provides the second occasion of a captain scoring a fifty against Pakistan in WT20

The first such occasion was KC Sangakkara’s 64 not out at Lord’s on 23.06.09. SPD Smith’s 61 not out provides the first such occasion by an Australian captain against Pakistan in WT20. The previous best was 27 by RT Ponting at Johannesburg on 18.09.07

SPD Smith’s 61 not out provide the 23rd occasion of an Australian batsman scoring a fifty in WT20 and also provides the seventh such occasion by an Australian batsman against Pakistan in WT20

SPD Smith and GJ Maxwell added 62 runs for the fourth wicket in this game to provide the 23rd occasion of Australian batsmen posting a fifty plus runs partnership in WT20 and also provide the second such occasion for the fourth wicket in WT20. The first such occasion was the 66 runs partnership between DA Warner and BJ Haddin against West Indies at The Oval on 06.06.09.

SPD Smith and GJ Maxwell added 62 runs for the fourth wicket in this game to provide the record stand by Australian batsmen against Pakistan in WT20. Previous best was 20 runs partnership between GJ Bailey and AJ Finch at Dhaka on 23.03.14

SPD Smith and SR Watson added 74 runs in an unfinished partnership for the fifth wicket in this game to provide the 24th occasion of Australian batsmen posting a fifty plus runs partnership in WT20 and this stand also provides the third such occasion for the fifth wicket by Australian batsman in WT20

No Partners Wkt Runs Inns Opposition Ground Date
1 SPD Smith, SR Watson 5 74* 1 v Pakistan Mohali 25.03.16
2 BJ Hodge, MEK Hussey 5 63 1 v Pakistan Johannesburg 18.09.07
3 DJ Hussey, CL White 5 50 1 v England Bridgetown 16.05.10

This stand represents not only the best partnership by Australian batsmen in WT20 for the fifth wicket but also represent the best partnership by Australian batsmen against Pakistan for the fifth wicket in WT20. The previous best was the 63 runs partnership between BJ Hodge and MEK Hussey against Pakistan at Johannesburg on 18.09.07

No Partners Wkt Runs Inns Opposition Ground Date
1 SPD Smith, SR Watson 5 74* 1 v Pakistan Mohali 25.03.16
2 BJ Hodge, MEK Hussey 5 63 1 v Pakistan Johannesburg 18.09.07

SPD Smith-GJ Maxwell added 62 runs for the fourth wicket and SPD Smith-SR Watson added 74 runs in an unfinished partnership for the fifth wicket in this game to provide the second occasion of Australian batsmen posting two fifty plus runs partnership in an innings of a WT20 game. By a coincidence both these occasions have come against Pakistan.

No No Partners Wkt Runs Inns Opposition Ground Start Date
1 1 DA Warner, SR Watson 1 51 1 v Pakistan Gros Islet 02.05.10
  2 DJ Hussey, SR Watson 3 98 1 v Pakistan Gros Islet 02.05.10
                 
2 1 GJ Maxwell, SPD Smith 4 62 1 v Pakistan Mohali 25.03.16
  2 SPD Smith, SR Watson 5 74* 1 v Pakistan Mohali 25.03.16

SPD Smith-GJ Maxwell added 62 runs for the fourth wicket and SPD Smith-SR Watson added 74 runs in an unfinished partnership for the fifth wicket in this game to provide the first occasion of Australian batsmen posting fifty plus runs partnerships for consecutive wickets in WT20.

The following table lists the fifteen occasions of teams posting fifty plus runs partnerships for consecutive wickets in WT20.

No No Partners Wkt Runs Inns Team Oppn Ground Date
1 1 ST Jayasuriya, KC Sangakkara 2 75 1 Srl Ken Jo’burg 14.09.07
  2 ST Jayasuriya, M Jayawardene 3 87 1 Srl Ken Jo’burg 14.09.07
                   
2 1 G Gambhir, RG Sharma 1 59 1 Ind Ban Nottingham 06.06.09
  2 MS Dhoni, G Gambhir 2 53 1 Ind Ban Nottingham 06.06.09
                   
3 1 KP Pietersen, LJ Wright 2 53 1 Eng Pak The Oval 07.06.09
  2 KP Pietersen, OA Shah 3 66 1 Eng Pak The Oval 07.06.09
                   
4 1 DJ Bravo, LMP Simmons 3 58 2 Win Ind Lord’s 12.06.09
  2 DJ Bravo, S Chanderpaul 4 56* 2 Win Ind Lord’s 12.06.09
                   
5 1 JH Kallis, GC Smith 1 54 1 RSA Win The Oval 13.06.09
  2 HH Gibbs, JH Kallis 2 51 1 RSA Win The Oval 13.06.09
                   
6 1 TM Dilshan, KC Sangakkara 3 62 1 Srl NZl Nottingham 16.06.09
  2 M Jayawardene, KC Sangakkara 4 50 1 Srl NZl Nottingham 16.06.09
                   
7 1 Kamran Akmal, Umar Akmal 4 51 1 Pak RSA Gros Islet 10.05.10
  2 Shahid Afridi, Umar Akmal 5 61 1 Pak RSA Gros Islet 10.05.10
                   
8 1 JEC Franklin, BB McCullum 2 94 1 NZl Ban Pallekele 21.09.12
  2 BB McCullum, LRPL Taylor 3 78 1 NZl Ban Pallekele 21.09.12
                   
9 1 JM Bairstow, AD Hales 3 55 2 Eng Win Pallekele 27.09.12
  2 AD Hales, EJG Morgan 4 107 2 Eng Win Pallekele 27.09.12
                   
10 1 V Kohli, V Sehwag 2 74 2 Ind Pak Col-RPS 30.09.12
  2 V Kohli, Yuvraj Singh 3 54* 2 Ind Pak Col-RPS 30.09.12
                   
11 1 DJ Bravo, CH Gayle 3 83 1 Win Aus Col-RPS 05.10.12
  2 CH Gayle, KA Pollard 4 65 1 Win Aus Col-RPS 05.10.12
                   
12 1 BN Cooper, TLW Cooper 5 52 1 Net Zim Sylhet 19.03.14
  2 Mudassar Bukhari, TLW Cooper 6 53* 1 Net Zim Sylhet 19.03.14
                   
13 1 CH Gayle, DR Smith 1 50 2 Win Aus Dhaka 28.03.14
  2 CH Gayle, LMP Simmons 2 51 2 Win Aus Dhaka 28.03.14
                   
14 1 V Kohli, RG Sharma 2 60 1 Ind Srl Dhaka 06.04.14
  2 V Kohli, Yuvraj Singh 3 55 1 Ind Srl Dhaka 06.04.14
                   
15 1 GJ Maxwell, SPD Smith 4 62 1 Aus Pak Mohali 25.03.16
  2 SPD Smith, SR Watson 5 74* 1 Aus Pak Mohali 25.03.16

WT20 has witnessed only two occasions of consecutive partnerships of fifty plus runs for the fourth and fifth wickets and both are listed below.

No No Partners Wkt Runs Inns Team Oppn Ground Date
1 1 Kamran Akmal, Umar Akmal 4 51 1 Pak RSA Gros Islet 10.05.10
  2 Shahid Afridi, Umar Akmal 5 61 1 Pak RSA Gros Islet 10.05.10
                   
2 1 GJ Maxwell, SPD Smith 4 62 1 Aus Pak Mohali 25.03.16
  2 SPD Smith, SR Watson 5 74* 1 Aus Pak Mohali 25.03.16

Mohammad Sami returned with figures of none for 53 in this game to provide the 16th occasion of a bowler conceding 50 plus runs without capturing a wicket in WT20 and also provides the first such occasion by a Pakistan bowler in WT20. Thus Mohammad Sami became Pakistan’s most expensive bowler without capturing a wicket in WT20. Prior to this – two Pakistan bowlers shared the most expensive bowling figures without capturing a wicket in WT20. Mohammad Asif had figures of none for 43 against England at Bridgetown on 06.05.10 and Umar Gul had figures of none for 43 against Bangladesh at Pallekele on 25.09.12.

Mohammad Sami’s none for 53 in this game represent the most expensive bowling figures without capturing a wicket by a Pakistan bowler in the T20Is. The previous record was held by Usman Khan who had figures of none for 52 against Sri Lanka at Dubai {DSC} on 13.12.14

JP Faulkner returned with figures of 5 for 27 in this game to provide the sixth occasion of a bowler capturing five or more wickets in WT20. All such occasions are listed below

No Player O M R W Inns Team Oppn Ground Start Date
1 Umar Gul 3.0 0 6 5 1 Pak NZl The Oval 13 Jun 2009
2 BAW Mendis 4.0 2 8 6 2 Srl Zim Hambantota 18 Sep 2012
3 SL Malinga 4.0 0 31 5 2 Srl Eng Pallekele 01 Oct 2012
4 Ahsan Malik 4.0 0 19 5 1 Net RSA Chittagong 27 Mar 2014
5 HMRKB Herath 3.3 2 3 5 2 Srl NZl Chittagong 31 Mar 2014
6 JP Faulkner 4.0 0 27 5 2 Aus Pak Mohali 25 Mar 2016

JP Faulkner’s 5 for 27 provides the 17th occasion of a bowler capturing five or more wickets in the history of T20Is. He became the first Australian bowler to capture five wickets in T20I and also in WT20.

SR Watson’s four for 15 against England at Adelaide on 12.12.11 was the best bowling figures by an Australian bowler in T20Is prior to JP Faulkner’s five wicket haul. JP Faulkner became the seventh Australian bowler to capture four or more wickets in T20Is. DP Nannes’ four for 18 was the best bowling figures by an Australian bowler in WT20 prior to JP Faulkner’s five wicket haul. JP Faulkner became the third Australian bowler to capture four or more wickets in WT20

Shahid Afridi was dismissed stumped in this game to provide the 103rd occasion of a batsman dismissed stumped in WT20 and also provide the 15th such occasion for a Pakistan batsman. It also provides the 16th occasion of a captain dismissed stumped in WT20 and also provide the fifth such occasion for a Pakistan captain

NM Coulter-Nile returned with figures of none for 45 in this game to provide the second occasion of an Australian bowler conceding 40 plus runs without a wicket in WT20. The other occasion was – SR Watson’s none for 42 against England at Bridgetown on 16.05.10. Thus NM Coulter-Nile has the most expensive bowling figures without a wicket by an Australian bowler in WT20

India pip Bangladesh to win by one run in a thrilling game at Bengaluru

25th Match, Super 10 Group 2: India v Bangladesh at Bangalore – Mar 23, 2016 – India 146/7 (20/20 ov); Bangladesh 145/9 (20/20 ov) – India won by 1 run

Bangladesh won the toss in this game and inserted the opposition in this game to provide the 93rd occasion of a team inserting the opposition in WT20. Bangladesh has done it on seven occasions which includes this game. It also provides the ninth occasion of a team inserting India in WT20 and also the first occasion of Bangladesh doing so against India

RG Sharma and S Dhawan completed 500 runs partnership for the first wicket when they added one run during their stand of 42 in this game in T20Is.  At the end of this game their partnership runs for the first wicket read 541. They became the tenth pair to add 500 plus runs for the first wicket in T20Is and also the second Indian pair. V Sehwag and G Gambhir have added 545 runs for the first wicket.

Shakib Al Hasan captured his 30th wicket in WT20 when he captured the wicket of S Dhawan in this game. He became the seventh bowler to capture 30 plus wickets in WT20. Others are – Shahid Afridi {39], SL Malinga {38}, Saeed Ajmal {35], BAW Mendis {35}, Umar Gul {35} and SCJ Broad {30}

SK Raina had a total of 691 runs while batting first prior to the start of this game in T20Is. He completed 700 runs when he was on nine during his knock of 30 in this game. At the end of this game his run aggregate in the first innings read 721. He became the second Indian batsman to total 700 plus runs while batting first in T20Is after RG Sharma. RG Sharma has scored 733 runs

MS Dhoni had an aggregate of 995 runs as captain in T20Is prior to the start of this game. He completed 1000 runs when he was on five during his knock of 13 in this game. At the end of this game, his run aggregate read 1008. He became the first captain in the history of T20Is to total 1000 runs. F du Plessis of South Africa is close behind with 963 runs. MS Dhoni’s 1000 runs in T20Is have come without a fifty. His highest score in T20Is is 48 not out against Australia at Sydney on 01.02.13.

MS Dhoni became the 29th batsman to total 1000 runs in the history of T20Is and he also became the fifth Indian batsman to perform the feat. Others are – V Kohli {1470}, RG Sharma {1237}, SK Raina {1393} and Yuvraj Singh {1113}

MS Dhoni effected his 10th stumping dismissal when he stumped Sabbir Rehman for 24 in this game. He became the third wicket keeper to effect ten or more stumping dismissals in WT20. Others are – Kamran Akmal {18} and KC Sangakkara {14}. Sabbir Rehman was stumped of a wide ball, one of the rarest happenings in T20Is and also in WT20

MS Dhoni effected two stumping dismissals in this game to provide the 14th occasion of a wicket keeper effecting two or more dismissals in an innings. It was also the second occasion that he has effected two stumping dismissals in an innings – the first being against South Africa at Durban on 20.09.07.

India won this game by one run providing the ninth occasion of a team winning a T20I game by a margin of one run. All such occasions are listed below

No Winner Margin Target Opposition Ground Match Date
1 Australia 1 run 151 v New Zealand Sydney 15 Feb 2009
2 South Africa 1 run 129 v New Zealand Lord’s 09 Jun 2009
3 England 1 run 129 v South Africa Johannesburg 13 Nov 2009
4 New Zealand 1 run 134 v Pakistan Bridgetown 08 May 2010
5 South Africa 1 run 121 v West Indies North Sound 20 May 2010
6 Bangladesh 1 run 147 v Ireland Belfast 20 Jul 2012
7 New Zealand 1 run 168 v India Chennai 11 Sep 2012
8 India 1 run 153 v South Africa Colombo (RPS) 02 Oct 2012
9 India 1 run 147 v Bangladesh Bangalore 23 Mar 2016

India, New Zealand and South Africa are the three teams to win two T20I matches by one run margin. Particulars are furnished below

No Winner Margin Target Opposition Ground Match Date
1 India 1 run 153 v South Africa Colombo (RPS) 02 Oct 2012
2 India 1 run 147 v Bangladesh Bangalore 23 Mar 2016
             
1 New Zealand 1 run 134 v Pakistan Bridgetown 08 May 2010
2 New Zealand 1 run 168 v India Chennai 11 Sep 2012
             
1 South Africa 1 run 129 v New Zealand Lord’s 09 Jun 2009
1 South Africa 1 run 121 v West Indies North Sound 20 May 2010

India won this game by one run providing the fourth occasion of a team winning a WT20 game by a margin of one run. All such occasions are listed below. India is the only team to win two WT20 games by one run margin.

No Winner Margin Target Opposition Ground Match Date
1 South Africa 1 run 129 v New Zealand Lord’s 09 Jun 2009
2 New Zealand 1 run 134 v Pakistan Bridgetown 08 May 2010
3 India 1 run 153 v South Africa Colombo (RPS) 02 Oct 2012
4 India 1 run 147 v Bangladesh Bangalore 23 Mar 2016

The following table furnishes the performance of Bangladesh and India in T20Is, World Cup T20 games and head to head summary in T20Is.

RESULT SUMMARY IN T20 INTERNATIONALS
Team Span Mat Won Lost Tied Tie+W Tie+L NR
Bangladesh 2006-2016 61 20 39 0 0 0 2
India 2006-2016 71 43 26 0 1 0 1
                 
RESULT SUMMARY IN WORLD CUP T20 MATCHES
Team Span Mat Won Lost Tied Tie+W Tie+L NR
Bangladesh 2007-2016 24 5 16 0 0 0 1
India 2007-2016 31 19 10 0 1 0 1
                 
RESULT SUMMARY – HEAD TO HEAD IN T20IS
Team Span Mat Won Lost Tied Tie+W Tie+L NR
Bangladesh 2009-2016 5 0 5 0 0 0 0
India 2009-2016 5 5 0 0 0 0 0

The following table lists the match results of the two teams in T20 Internationals. India has won all the five games played between the two teams

No Team 1 Team 2 Winner Margin Ground Match Date
1 Bangladesh India India 25 runs Nottingham Jun 06, 2009
2 Bangladesh India India 08 wkts Dhaka Mar 28, 2014
3 Bangladesh India India 45 runs Dhaka Feb 24, 2016
4 Bangladesh India India 08 wkts Dhaka Mar 06, 2016
5 Bangladesh India India 01 run Bangalore Mar 23, 2016

England defend 142 and win against Afghanistan by 15 runs

24th Match, Super 10 Group 1: Afghanistan v England at Delhi – Mar 23, 2016 – England 142/7 (20/20 ov); Afghanistan 127/9 (20/20 ov) – England won by 15 runs

JE Root was dismissed run out in this game to provide the 17th occasion of an England batsman dismissed run out in WT20. It also provides the ninth occasion of a batsman dismissed run out against Afghanistan in WT20. JE Root became the second England batsman to be dismissed run out against Afghanistan in WT20. AD Hales was the other batsman to be dismissed in such a manner. He was dismissed run out for 31 at Col-RPS on 21.09.12

EJG Morgan was dismissed for a duck in this game to provide the 17th occasion of a captain dismissed for a duck in WT20. It also provides the third occasion of an England captain dismissed for a duck in WT20.

EJG Morgan collected the first ball duck in this game to provide the ninth occasion of a captain collecting the first ball duck in WT20 and provides the second such occasion by an England captain in WT20. PD Collingwood was the other England captain to suffer such an ignominy. He collected the first ball duck against South Africa at Cape Town on 16.09.07.

EJG Morgan of England and Gulbadin Naib collected ducks while batting at number four in this game to provide the second occasion of batsmen batting at number four scoring ducks in a WT20 game. The first such occasion was witnessed in the game between Ireland and UAE at Sylhet on 19.03.14. SP Patil of UAE and KJ O’Brien of Ireland batting at number four failed to open their accounts

MM Ali and DJ Willey added 57 runs in an unfinished stand for the eighth wicket in this game to provide the third occasion of batsmen posting fifty plus runs partnership for the eighth wicket in WT20. All the three occasions are listed below

No Partners Wkt Runs Inns Team Oppn Ground Start Date
1 MM Ali, DJ Willey 8 57* 1 Eng Afg Delhi 23 Mar 2016
2 MEK Hussey, MG Johnson 8 53* 2 Aus Pak Gros Islet 14 May 2010
3 SR Patel, GP Swann 8 51 2 Eng Srl Pallekele 01 Oct 2012

This stand represents the record stand for the eighth wicket in WT20. The previous best was the 53 runs unfinished stand between MEK Hussey and MG Johnson in the game between Australia and Pakistan at Gros Islet on 14.05.10

No Partners Wkt Runs Inns Team Oppn Ground Start Date
1 MM Ali, DJ Willey 8 57* 1 Eng Afg Delhi 23 Mar 2016
2 MEK Hussey, MG Johnson 8 53* 2 Aus Pak Gros Islet 14 May 2010

This stand represent the record stand for the eighth wicket by England batsmen in WT20. The previous best was the 51 runs partnership between SR Patel and GP Swann against Sri Lanka at Pallekele on 01.10.12

No Partners Wkt Runs Inns Team Oppn Ground Start Date
1 MM Ali, DJ Willey 8 57* 1 Eng Afg Delhi 23 Mar 2016
2 SR Patel, GP Swann 8 51 2 Eng Srl Pallekele 01 Oct 2012

This stand provides the 28th occasion of England batsmen posting a fifty plus runs partnerships for various wickets in WT20

MM Ali scored 41 not out in this game to provide the highest score by an England batsman batting at number seven in WT20. The previous best was LG Wright’s 24 against New Zealand at Durban on 18.09.07

New Zealand keep thier winning tempo – trounce Pakistan by 22 runs

23rd Match, Super 10 Group 2: New Zealand v Pakistan at Mohali – Mar 22, 2016 – New Zealand 180/5 (20/20 ov); Pakistan 158/5 (20/20 ov) – New Zealand won by 22 runs

MJ Guptill scored 80 in this game to provide the 12th occasion of a New Zealand batsman scoring a fifty in WT20 and also provides the fifth such occasion by a New Zealand opening batsman in WT20. It also represents the highest score by a New Zealand opening batsman in WT20. The previous best was 63 by AJ Redmond against Ireland at Nottingham on 13.06.09

LRPL Taylor’s run aggregate in T20Is read 1222 at the end of this game. He became the third New Zealand batsman to total 1200 runs in T20Is. Others are – BB McCullum {2140} and MJ Guptill {1791}. He also became the 12th batsman in the history of T20Is to total 1200 plus runs.

MJ Guptill and KS Williamson added 62 runs for the first wicket in this game to provide the 21st occasion of New Zealand batsmen posting a fifty plus runs partnership in a WT20 game. It also provides the ninth occasion of New Zealand batsmen posting a fifty plus runs partnership for the first wicket in a WT20 game

MJ Guptill and CJ Anderson added 52 runs for the third wicket in this game to provide the 22nd occasion of New Zealand batsmen posting a fifty plus runs partnership in a WT20 game. It also provides the sixth occasion of New Zealand batsmen posting a fifty plus runs partnership for the first wicket in a WT20 game

MJ Guptill-KS Williamson added 62 runs for the first wicket and MJ Guptill-CJ Anderson added 52 runs for the third wicket in this game to provide the sixth occasion of New Zealand batsmen posting two fifty plus runs partnership in an innings of a WT20 game.

Shahid Afridi’s two wickets in this game {2 for 40} gave him an aggregate of 39 wickets in WT20 and with it the distinction of becoming the highest wicket taker in WT20. He went past SL Malinga’s 38 wickets which was the previous record.

MJ Guptill pouched three catches this game to provide the 16th occasion of a fieldsman holding three or more catches in an innings in a WT20 game. He is also the third New Zealand fieldsman to perform such a feat in a WT20 game

No Player Ct Inns Team Opposition Ground Match Date
1 NL McCullum 3 1 New Zealand v Sri Lanka Providence 30 Apr 2010
2 KS Williamson 3 2 New Zealand v Bangladesh Pallekele 21 Sep 2012
3 MJ Guptill 3 2 New Zealand v Pakistan Mohali 22 Mar 2016

Mohammad Amir {none for 41}, Mohammad Irfan {1 for 46} and Shahid Afridi {2 for 40} conceded 40 plus runs in this game to provide the first occasion of three Pakistan bowlers leaking 40 plus runs in an innings of a WT20 game. It also provides the 21st occasion of three or more bowlers conceding 40 plus runs in an innings of a WT20 games

Mohammad Amir returned with figures of none for 41 in this game to provide the fifth occasion of a Pakistan bowler going wicket less after conceding 40 plus runs in an innings of a WT20 game

Mohammad Amir of Pakistan and MJ McClenaghan returned with figures of none for 41 and none for 43 respectively to provide the 56th and 57th occasion of a bowler conceding 40 plus runs without capturing a wicket in WT20. It also provides the seventh occasion of rival bowlers conceding 40 plus runs without capturing a wicket in WT20 and also the tenth occasion of two or more bowlers conceding 40 plus runs without a wicket in the history of WT20.

Sharjeel Khan and Ahmed Shehzad added 65 runs for the first wicket in this game to provide the 22nd occasion of Pakistan batsmen posting a fifty plus runs partnership in WT20. It also provides the sixth such occasion for the first wicket by Pakistan batsmen in WT20.

This stand provides the second fifty plus runs partnership for the first wicket by Pakistan batsmen against New Zeland in WT20. The first occasion was the 60 runs partnership for the first wicket between Imran Nazir and Mohammad Hafeez at Cape Town on 22.09.07. Thus the stand of 65 runs between Sharjeel Khan and Ahmed Shehzad for the first wicket in this game represent the record stand by the Pakistan batsmen for the opening wicket against New Zealand in WT20. It also represents the fourth fifty plus runs partnership by Pakistan batsmen against New Zealand in WT20.

Shoaib Malik held two catches in this game to take his tally of catches in WT20 to 12. He now holds the record for most catches by a Pakistan fieldsman in WT20. He went past Umar Akmal who has held eleven catches. Shoaib Malik and Umar Akmal are the only two Pakistan fieldsmen who have taken ten or more catches in WT20. Shoaid Malik became the ninth fieldsman overall to pouch 12 or more catches in WT20

Australia go past spirited Bangladesh – Win by three wickets with nine balls to spare

22nd Match, Super 10 Group 2: Australia v Bangladesh at Bangalore – Mar 21, 2016 – Bangladesh 156/5 (20/20 ov); Australia 157/7 (18.3/20 ov) – Australia won by 3 wickets (with 9 balls remaining)

Mahmudullah and Mushfiqur Rahim added 51 runs for the unfinished sixth wicket in this game to provide the 14th occasion of batsmen posting fifty plus runs for the sixth wicket in WT20 and the first such occasion by Bangladesh batsmen. This stand represent the record stand by Bangladesh batsmen for the sixth wicket in WT20. The previous best was 49 runs between Mahmudullah and Nasir Hossain against India at Dhaka on 28.03.14. This stand also provides the eleventh occasion of Bangladesh batsmen posting a fifty plus runs partnership for various wickets in WT20

SR Watson and UT Khawaja added 61 runs for the first wicket in this game to provide the 22nd occasion of Australian batsmen posting a fifty plus runs in WT20 and the ninth such occasion for the first wicket by Australian openers in WT20

GJ Maxwell was dismissed stumped in this game to provide the 100th stumped dismissal in WT20. It also provides the tenth occasion of an Australian batsman dismissed stumped in WT20

SR Watson was dismissed run out in this game to provide the 15th occasion of Australian batsman dismissed run out in WT20 and also provides the fifth such occasion for an Australian opening batsman.

UT Khwaja scored 58 in this game to provide the 15th occasion of an Australian opening batsman scoring a fifty in WT20 and the 22nd such occasion by Australian batsmen in WT20.  It was his first fifty in WT20. His previous best was 38 against New Zealand at Dharmasala on 18.03.16

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