List of captains who have captained two or more teams in IPL and their performance

The following table lists out the ten captains – MS Dhoni, G Gambhir, AC Gilchrist, V Sehwad, R Dravid, DA Warner, SK Raina, KP Petersen, BB McCullum and CL White – who have led two teams in the tounament and their performance in IPL which has witnessed nine editions.

CAPTAINS WHO HAVE LED TWO TEAMS IN IPL TOURNAMENT
No Player Mat Won Lost Tied NR Teams
1 MS Dhoni 143 83 59 0 1 Chennai, Rising Pune
2 G Gambhir 107 61 45 1 0 Delhi, Kolkata
3 AC Gilchrist 74 35 39 0 0 Deccan, Punjab
4 V Sehwag 53 28 24 1 0 Delhi, Punjab
5 R Dravid 48 22 26 0 0 Rajasthan, Bangalore
6 DA Warner 33 18 15 0 0 Delhi, Sunrisers
7 SK Raina 18 10 7 1 0 Chennai, Gujarat
8 KP Pietersen 17 3 14 0 0 Delhi, Bangalore
9 BB McCullum 14 3 10 1 0 Gujarat, Kolkata
10 CL White 12 7 5 0 0 Deccan, Sunrisers

KC Sangakkara and DPMD Jayawardene are the only two captains in the nine-year-old tournament to have captained two teams. KC Sangakkara led Deccan Chargers, Kings Eleven Punjab and Sunrisers Hyderabad, while DPMD Jayawardene led Delhi Daredevils, Kings Eleven Punjab and Kochi Tuskers Kerala. The performance of these two captains are furnished below

CAPTAINS WHO HAVE LED THREE TEAMS IN IPL TOURNAMENT
No Player Mat Won Lost Tied NR Teams
1 KC Sangakkara 47 15 30 2 0 Deccan, Punjab, Sunrisers
2 DPMD Jayawardene 30 10 19 1 0 Delhi, Punjab, Kochi

 

Kings Eleven Punjab’s distinction – fields most captains in IPL

Kings Eleven Punjab has earned the honour of fielding most captains in IPL – to be exact nine captains – namely, AC Gilchrist, Yuvraj Singh, KC Sangakkara, DPMD Jayawardene, V Sehwag, GJ Bailey, DA Miller and M Vijay. Delhi stands next with eight captains. The following table list the teas and its captains

TEAM AND CAPTAINS – FOR EACH TEAM
No Teams Captain Captain Captain Captain Captain Total
1 Delhi V Sehwag G Gambhir JR Hopes KD Karthik Jayawardene 08
    DA Warner KP Pietersen Zaheer Khan      
2 Punjab AC Gilchrist Yuvraj Singh Sangakkara Jayawardene DJ Hussey 09
    GJ Bailey DA Miller M Vijay V Sehwag    
3 Mumbai SR Tendulkar Harbhajan SM Pollock DJ Bravo RT Ponting 06
    RG Sharma          
4 Bangalore R Dravid A Kumble DL Vettori V Kohli KP Pietersen 05
5 Deccan  AC Gilchrist Sangakkara VVS Laxman CL White   04
6 Pune Yuvraj Singh SC Ganguly AD Mathews LRPL Taylor SPD Smith 06
    AJ Finch          
7 Kolkata G Gambhir SC Ganguly BB McCullum     03
8 Rajasthan SK Warne R Dravid SPD Smith SR Watson   04
9 Chennai MS Dhoni SK Raina       02
10 Kochi M Jayawardene PA Patel       02
11 Sunrisers KC Sangakkara S Dhawan DJG Sammy DA Warner   04
12 Ris Pune MS Dhoni         01
13 Gujarat SK Raina BB McCullum       02
            Total 56

 

Captain’s performance in IPL

The following table furnishes the captain’s performance in IPL. There are 41 captains who have led various teams in IPL of which 23 are overseas cricketers.

CAPTAIN’S PERFORMANCE
No Player Mat Won Lost Tied NR Teams
1 MS Dhoni 143 83 59 0 1 Chennai, Rising Pune
2 G Gambhir 107 61 45 1 0 Delhi, Kolkata
3 AC Gilchrist 74 35 39 0 0 Deccan, Punjab
4 V Kohli 72 36 31 2 3 Bangalore
5 RG Sharma 58 34 24 0 0 Mumbai
6 SK Warne 55 30 24 1 0 Rajasthan
7 V Sehwag 53 28 24 1 0 Delhi, Punjab
8 SR Tendulkar 51 30 21 0 0 Mumbai
9 R Dravid 48 22 26 0 0 Rajasthan, Bangalore
10 KC Sangakkara 47 15 30 2 0 Deccan, Punjab, Sunrisers
11 Yuvraj Singh 43 21 21 0 1 Punjab, Pune
12 SC Ganguly 42 17 25 0 0 Kolkata, Pune
13 DA Warner 33 18 15 0 0 Delhi, Sunrisers
14 GJ Bailey 30 14 16 0 0 Punjab
15 DPMD Jayawardene 30 10 19 1 0 Delhi, Punjab, Kochi
16 A Kumble 26 15 11 0 0 Bangalore
17 DL Vettori 22 12 10 0 0 Bangalore
18 SR Watson 21 7 11 2 1 Rajasthan
19 Harbhajan Singh 20 10 10 0 0 Mumbai
20 SK Raina 18 10 7 1 0 Chennai, Gujarat
21 KP Pietersen 17 3 14 0 0 Delhi, Bangalore
22 JP Duminy 16 6 9 0 1 Delhi
23 BB McCullum 14 3 10 1 0 Gujarat, Kolkata
24 DJ Hussey 12 6 6 0 0 Punjab
25 Z Khan 12 6 6 0 0 Delhi
26 CL White 12 7 5 0 0 Deccan, Sunrisers
27 S Dhawan 10 4 6 0 0 Sunrisers
28 AJ Finch 10 2 8 0 0 Pune
29 SPD Smith 9 6 3 0 0 Pune, Rajasthan
30 M Vijay 8 3 5 0 0 Punjab
31 KD Karthik 6 2 4 0 0 Delhi
32 VVS Laxman 6 1 5 0 0 Deccan
33 DA Miller 6 1 5 0 0 Punjab
34 RT Ponting 6 3 3 0 0 Mumbai
35 AD Mathews 5 1 4 0 0 Pune
36 SM Pollock 4 3 1 0 0 Mumbai
37 DJG Sammy 4 2 2 0 0 Sunrisers
38 JR Hopes 3 0 2 0 1 Delhi
39 DJ Bravo 1 0 1 0 0 Mumbai
40 PA Patel 1 0 1 0 0 Kochi
41 LRPL Taylor 1 1 0 0 0 Pune

 

CAPTAIN’S PERFORMANCE – OVERSEAS CRICKETERS
No Player Mat Won Lost Tied NR Teams
1 AC Gilchrist 74 35 39 0 0 Deccan, Punjab
2 SK Warne 55 30 24 1 0 Rajasthan
3 KC Sangakkara 47 15 30 2 0 Deccan, Punjab, Sunrisers
4 DA Warner 33 18 15 0 0 Delhi, Sunrisers
5 GJ Bailey 30 14 16 0 0 Punjab
6 DPMD Jayawardene 30 10 19 1 0 Delhi, Punjab, Kochi
7 DL Vettori 22 12 10 0 0 Bangalore
8 SR Watson 21 7 11 2 1 Rajasthan
9 KP Pietersen 17 3 14 0 0 Delhi, Bangalore
10 JP Duminy 16 6 9 0 1 Delhi
11 BB McCullum 14 3 10 1 0 Gujarat, Kolkata
12 DJ Hussey 12 6 6 0 0 Punjab
13 CL White 12 7 5 0 0 Deccan, Sunrisers
14 AJ Finch 10 2 8 0 0 Pune
15 SPD Smith 9 6 3 0 0 Pune, Rajasthan
16 DA Miller 6 1 5 0 0 Punjab
17 RT Ponting 6 3 3 0 0 Mumbai
18 AD Mathews 5 1 4 0 0 Pune
19 SM Pollock 4 3 1 0 0 Mumbai
20 DJG Sammy 4 2 2 0 0 Sunrisers
21 JR Hopes 3 0 2 0 1 Delhi
22 DJ Bravo 1 0 1 0 0 Mumbai
23 LRPL Taylor 1 1 0 0 0 Pune

Batsmen scoring 150 plus runs in the second innings of a one day game. that is. while chasing a target

JJ Roy of England scored 162 runs in the second innings of the one-day game against Sri Lanka on 29.06.16 to provide the 15th occasion of a batsman scoring 150 plus runs in the second innings of a one-day game, that is while chasing the target, in the history of one day internationals. All such occasions are listed below

No Player Runs Inns Team Oppn Ground Start Date
1 BC Lara 153 2 Win Pak Sharjah 05 Nov 1993
2 ST Jayasuriya 151* 2 Srl Ind Mumbai 17 May 1997
3 MS Dhoni 183* 2 Ind Srl Jaipur 31 Oct 2005
4 HH Gibbs 175 2 RSA Aus Johannesburg 12 Mar 2006
5 ST Jayasuriya 152 2 Srl Eng Leeds 01 Jul 2006
6 Tamim Iqbal 154 2 Ban Zim Bulawayo 16 Aug 2009
7 SR Tendulkar 175 2 Ind Aus Hyd-RGS 05 Nov 2009
8 TM Dilshan 160 2 Srl Ind Rajkot 15 Dec 2009
9 G Gambhir 150* 2 Ind Srl Kolkata 24 Dec 2009
10 SR Watson 161* 2 Aus Eng Melbourne 16 Jan 2011
11 AJ Strauss 158 2 Eng Ind Bangalore 27 Feb 2011
12 SR Watson 185* 2 Aus Ban Dhaka 11 Apr 2011
13 V Kohli 183 2 Ind Pak Dhaka 18 Mar 2012
14 RG Sharma 150 2 Ind RSA Kanpur 11 Oct 2015
15 JJ Roy 162 2 Eng Srl The Oval 29 Jun 2016

JJ Roy’s knock of 162 runs provide the eleventh occasion of a batsman scoring 150 plus runs while chasing to win a one-day game. All such occasions are listed below

No Player Runs Inns Team Oppn Ground Start Date
1 BC Lara 153 2 Win Pak Sharjah 05 Nov 1993
2 ST Jayasuriya 151* 2 Srl Ind Mumbai 17 May 1997
3 MS Dhoni 183* 2 Ind Srl Jaipur 31 Oct 2005
4 HH Gibbs 175 2 RSA Aus Johannesburg 12 Mar 2006
5 ST Jayasuriya 152 2 Srl Eng Leeds 01 Jul 2006
6 Tamim Iqbal 154 2 Ban Zim Bulawayo 16 Aug 2009
7 G Gambhir 150* 2 Ind Srl Kolkata 24 Dec 2009
8 SR Watson 161* 2 Aus Eng Melbourne 16 Jan 2011
9 SR Watson 185* 2 Aus Ban Dhaka 11 Apr 2011
10 V Kohli 183 2 Ind Pak Dhaka 18 Mar 2012
11 JJ Roy 162 2 Eng Srl The Oval 29 Jun 2016

SR Tendulkar of India, TM Dilshan of Sri Lanka and RG Sharma of India are the three batsmen who have witnessed their team losing a one day game while they score 150 plus runs while chasing. The performance of these three batsmen are furnished below.

No Player Runs Inns Team Oppn Ground Start Date
1 SR Tendulkar 175 2 Ind Aus Hyd-RGS 05 Nov 2009
2 TM Dilshan 160 2 Srl Ind Rajkot 15 Dec 2009
3 RG Sharma 150 2 Ind RSA Kanpur 11 Oct 2015

England’s AJ Strauss is the only batsman to score 150 plus runs – he scored 158 runs] to witness his team tie the game against India at Bangalore on 27.02.11. This game was one of the games in World Cup 2011

No Player Runs Inns Team Oppn Ground Start Date
1 AJ Strauss 158 2 Eng Ind Bangalore 27 Feb 2011

JJ Roy’s 162 provides the eleventh occasion of an opening batsman scoring 150 plus runs in the second innings of a one-day game. All such occasions are listed below

No Player Runs Inns Team Oppn Ground Start Date
1 BC Lara 153 2 Win Pak Sharjah 05 Nov 1993
2 ST Jayasuriya 151* 2 Srl Ind Mumbai 17 May 1997
3 ST Jayasuriya 152 2 Srl Eng Leeds 01 Jul 2006
4 Tamim Iqbal 154 2 Ban Zim Bulawayo 16 Aug 2009
5 SR Tendulkar 175 2 Ind Aus Hyd-RGS 05 Nov 2009
6 TM Dilshan 160 2 Srl Ind Rajkot 15 Dec 2009
7 SR Watson 161* 2 Aus Eng Melbourne 16 Jan 2011
8 AJ Strauss 158 2 Eng Ind Bangalore 27 Feb 2011
9 SR Watson 185* 2 Aus Ban Dhaka 11 Apr 2011
10 RG Sharma 150 2 Ind RSA Kanpur 11 Oct 2015
11 JJ Roy 162 2 Eng Srl The Oval 29 Jun 2016

JJ Roy’s 162 provides the second occasion of an England opening batsman scoring 150 plus runs in the second innings of a one-day game after AJ Strauss. AJ Strauss had scored 158 runs against India at Bangalore on 27.02.11.

JJ Roy’s 162 represent the highest score by a England batsman and also by an England Opening batsman in the second innings of an one day game

No Player Runs Inns Team Oppn Ground Start Date
1 AJ Strauss 158 2 Eng Ind Bangalore 27 Feb 2011
2 JJ Roy 162 2 Eng Srl The Oval 29 Jun 2016

Teams losing a one day game after posting 300 plus runs

Sri Lanka lost the fourth one-day game against England at The Oval on 29.06.16 despite posting 305 runs in its first innings.  Sri Lanka’s loss in this game provides the 95th occasion of a team losing a one-day game after posting 300 plus runs in the history of one day internationals. It also provides the eleventh occasion of Sri Lanka losing a game after posting 300 plus runs. All the eleven occasions are listed below

No Team Score Overs Inns Result Opposition Ground Start Date
1 Sri Lanka 329 49.3 2 lost v West Indies Sharjah 16 Oct 1995
2 Sri Lanka 301 49.3 2 lost v India Colombo (RPS) 07 Jul 1998
3 Sri Lanka 308/8 50.0 1 lost v India Karachi 03 Jul 2008
4 Sri Lanka 411/8 50.0 2 lost v India Rajkot 15 Dec 2009
5 Sri Lanka 315/6 50.0 1 lost v India Kolkata 24 Dec 2009
6 Sri Lanka 320/4 50.0 1 lost v India Hobart 28 Feb 2012
7 Sri Lanka 306 49.2 2 lost v Australia Brisbane 04 Mar 2012
8 Sri Lanka 302/9 50.0 1 lost v Bangladesh Pallekele 28 Mar 2013
9 Sri Lanka 311 49.4 2 lost v Pakistan Sharjah 18 Dec 2013
10 Sri Lanka 312 46.2 2 lost v Australia Sydney 08 Mar 2015
11 Sri Lanka 305/5 42.0 1 lost v England The Oval 29 Jun 2016

Sri Lanka’s loss in this game provides the seventh occasion of a team losing to England in one day games after posting 300 plus runs. This is the first occasion of Sri Lanka losing to England after posting 300 plus runs

No Team Score Overs Inns Result Opposition Ground Start Date
1 Pakistan 304/9 50.0 1 lost v England Karachi 24 Oct 2000
2 West Indies 300 49.5 1 lost v England Bridgetown 21 Apr 2007
3 South Africa 301/9 50.0 2 lost v England Centurion 27 Sep 2009
4 India 304/6 50.0 1 lost v England Cardiff 16 Sep 2011
5 India 316/9 50.0 2 lost v England Rajkot 11 Jan 2013
6 New Zealand 349/7 50.0 1 lost v England Nottingham 17 Jun 2015
7 Sri Lanka 305/5 42.0 1 lost v England The Oval 29 Jun 2016

 

Indore all set to become the newest test center

FIXTURES – India and New Zealand Test Series in India
1st Test: India v New Zealand at Kanpur on Sep 22-26, 2016
(09:30 local | 04:00 GMT)
2nd Test: India v New Zealand at Kolkata on Sep 30-Oct 4, 2016
(09:30 local | 04:00 GMT)
3rd Test: India v New Zealand at Indore on Oct 8-12, 2016
(09:30 local | 04:00 GMT)

Cometh October, 08, 2016, Indore will become the 109th test venue globally, when it hosts the third and final test between India and New Zealand. It will also become the 22nd test venue in India. The performance at the 21 test centers are enumerated below

No Grounds Span M W L T D
1 Gymkhana Ground, Mumbai 1933-1933 1 1 1 0 0
2 Eden Gardens, Kolkata 1934-2013 39 20 20 0 19
3 MA Chidambaram Stadium, Chepauk, Chennai 1934-2013 31 19 19 1 11
4 Feroz Shah Kotla, Delhi 1948-2015 33 19 19 0 14
5 Brabourne Stadium, Mumbai 1948-2009 18 7 7 0 11
6 Green Park, Kanpur 1952-2009 21 9 9 0 12
7 University Ground, Lucknow 1952-1952 1 1 1 0 0
8 Lal Bahadur Shastri Stadium, Hyderabad 1955-1988 3 1 1 0 2
9 Nehru Stadium, Madras 1956-1965 9 6 6 0 3
10 Vidarbha C.A. Ground, Nagpur 1969-2006 9 4 4 0 5
11 M.Chinnaswamy Stadium, Bangalore 1974-2015 21 12 12 0 9
12 Wankhede Stadium, Mumbai 1975-2013 24 17 17 0 7
13 Gandhi Stadium, Jalandhar 1983-1983 1 0 0 0 1
14 Sardar Patel (Gujarat) Stadium, Motera, Ahmedabad 1983-2012 12 6 6 0 6
15 Barabati Stadium, Cuttack 1987-1995 2 1 1 0 1
16 Sawai Mansingh Stadium, Jaipur 1987-1987 1 0 0 0 1
17 Sector 16 Stadium, Chandigarh 1990-1990 1 1 1 0 0
18 K.D.Singh ‘Babu’ Stadium, Lucknow 1994-1994 1 1 1 0 0
19 PCA IS Bindra Stadium, Mohali, Chandigarh 1994-2015 12 7 7 0 5
20 Vidarbha Cricket Association Stadium, Jamtha, Nagpur 2008-2015 5 4 4 0 1
21 Rajiv Gandhi International Stadium, Uppal, Hyderabad 2010-2013 3 2 2 0 1

Kolkata would host its 40th test when it plays host to the second test between India and New Zealand in September-October 2016.  Kolkata would earn the honour of hosting 40 tests and become the first Indian ground to host 40 tests. It would become the 22nd ground to host 40 plus tests in the annals of test cricket. The following table lists the grounds which have hosted 40 plus tests. {Note – Stats as of 29.06.16}

No Grounds Span M W L T D
1 Lord’s, London 1884-2016 132 83 83 0 49
2 Melbourne Cricket Ground 1877-2015 108 92 92 0 16
3 Sydney Cricket Ground 1882-2016 104 85 85 0 19
4 Kennington Oval, London 1880-2015 98 61 61 0 37
5 Old Trafford, Manchester 1884-2014 76 41 41 0 35
6 Headingley, Leeds 1899-2016 75 57 57 0 18
7 Adelaide Oval 1884-2015 74 55 55 0 19
8 Trent Bridge, Nottingham 1899-2015 61 38 38 0 23
9 Queen’s Park Oval, Port of Spain, Trinidad 1930-2014 59 37 37 0 22
10 Basin Reserve, Wellington 1930-2016 58 35 35 0 23
11 Brisbane Cricket Ground, Woolloongabba, Brisbane 1931-2015 58 44 44 1 13
12 Newlands, Cape Town 1889-2016 53 42 42 0 11
13 Kensington Oval, Bridgetown, Barbados 1930-2015 51 34 34 0 17
14 Eden Park, Auckland 1930-2014 49 25 25 0 24
15 Edgbaston, Birmingham 1902-2015 48 33 33 0 15
16 Sabina Park, Kingston, Jamaica 1930-2015 48 35 35 0 13
17 W.A.C.A. Ground, Perth 1970-2015 42 34 34 0 8
18 Kingsmead, Durban 1923-2015 41 28 28 0 13
19 National Stadium, Karachi 1955-2009 41 23 23 0 18
20 AMI Stadium, Christchurch 1930-2006 40 24 24 0 16
21 Gaddafi Stadium, Lahore 1959-2009 40 18 18 0 22

 

Performance of overseas batmen in IPL – Centuries, Four plus wickets and Three figure partnerships

The following tables list out the performances of Overseas cricketers in Indian Premier League. There are 26 centuries scored by the overseas batsmen. CH Gayle holds the record for most runs by a batsman in IPL. He has scored 175 runs against Pune Warriors representing Royal Challengers, Bangalore at Bangalore on 23.04.15

CENTURIONS – OVERSEAS BATSMEN
No Player Runs Balls 4s 6s Team Opposition Ground Date
1 BB McCullum 158* 73 10 13 Kolkata Bangalore Bangalore 18.04.08
2 MEK Hussey 116* 54 8 9 Chennai Punjab Mohali 19.04.08
3 A Symonds 117* 53 11 7 Deccan Rajasthan Hyd-RGS 24.04.08
4 AC Gilchrist 109* 47 9 10 Deccan Mumbai Mumbai 27.04.08
5 ST Jayasuriya 114* 48 9 11 Mumbai Chennai Mumbai 14.05.08
6 SE Marsh 115 69 11 7 Punjab Rajasthan Mohali 28.05.08
7 AB de Villiers 105* 54 5 6 Delhi Chennai Durban 23.04.09
8 DA Warner 107* 69 9 5 Delhi Kolkata Delhi 29.03.10
9 M Jayawardene 110* 59 14 3 Punjab Kolkata Kolkata 04.04.10
10 CH Gayle 102* 55 10 7 Bangalore Kolkata Kolkata 22.04.11
11 CH Gayle 107 49 10 9 Bangalore Punjab Bangalore 06.05.11
12 AC Gilchrist 106 55 8 9 Punjab Bangalore Dharamsala 17.05.11
13 KP Pietersen 103* 64 6 9 Delhi Deccan Delhi 19.04.12
14 DA Warner 109* 54 10 7 Delhi Deccan Hyd-RGS 10.05.12
15 CH Gayle 128* 62 7 13 Bangalore Delhi Delhi 17.05.12
16 SR Watson 101 61 6 6 Rajasthan Chennai Chennai 22.04.13
17 CH Gayle 175* 66 13 17 Bangalore Pune Bangalore 23.04.13
18 DA Miller 101* 38 8 7 Punjab Bangalore Mohali 06.05.13
19 LMP Simmons 100* 61 14 2 Mumbai Punjab Mohali 21.05.14
20 BB McCullum 100* 56 7 9 Chennai Sunrisers Chennai 11.04.15
21 CH Gayle 117 57 7 12 Bangalore Punjab Bangalore 06.05.15
22 AB de Villiers 133* 59 19 4 Bangalore Mumbai Mumbai 10.05.15
23 SR Watson 104* 59 9 5 Rajasthan Kolkata Mum-BS 16.05.15
24 Q de Kock 108 51 15 3 Delhi Bangalore Bangalore 17.04.16
25 SPD Smith 101 54 8 5 Ris Pune Gujarat Pune-SRS 29.04.16
26 AB de Villiers 129* 52 10 12 Bangalore Gujarat Bangalore 14.05.16

IPL has witnessed 51 occasions of overseas bowlers have captured four or more wickets by overseas bowlers. The most wickets in an innings in an IPL game is also provided by two overseas bowlers – Sohail Tanvir and A Zampa. Sohail Tanvir had figures of 6 for 14 representing Rajasthan Royals against Chennai Super Kings at Jaipur on 04.05.08, while A Zampa bagged 6 for 19 representing Rising Pune Supergiants against Sunrisers Hyderabad at Vizag on 10.05.16

FOUR OR MORE WICKETS – CHRONOLOGICAL ORDER – OVERSEAS BOWLERS
No Player O M R W Team Opposition Ground Date
1 GD McGrath 4.0 0 29 4 Delhi Bangalore Delhi 30.04.08
2 Sohail Tanvir 4.0 0 14 6 Rajasthan Chennai Jaipur 04.05.08
3 Shoaib Akhtar 3.0 0 11 4 Kolkata Delhi Kolkata 13.05.08
4 M Ntini 4.0 0 21 4 Chennai Kolkata Kolkata 18.05.08
5 JA Morkel 4.0 0 32 4 Chennai Bangalore Chennai 21.05.08
6 Umar Gul 4.0 0 23 4 Kolkata Punjab Kolkata 25.05.08
7 Sohail Tanvir 4.0 0 14 4 Rajasthan Mumbai Jaipur 26.05.08
8 CRD Fernando 4.0 0 18 4 Mumbai Bangalore Bangalore 28.05.08
9 YA Abdulla 4.0 0 31 4 Punjab Bangalore Durban 24.04.09
10 YA Abdulla 4.0 1 36 4 Punjab Bangalore Durban 01.05.09
11 AD Mathews 4.0 0 19 4 Kolkata Bangalore Kolkata 14.03.10
12 SL Malinga 4.0 0 22 4 Mumbai Punjab Mum-BS 30.03.10
13 SK Warne 4.0 0 21 4 Rajasthan Deccan Nagpur 05.04.10
14 DE Bollinger 4.0 1 13 4 Chennai Deccan Mumbai 22.04.10
15 SL Malinga 3.4 1 13 5 Mumbai Delhi Delhi 10.04.11
16 MR Marsh 4.0 0 25 4 Pune Deccan Hyd-RGS 10.05.11
17 BJ Hodge 4.0 0 13 4 Kochi Rajasthan Indore 15.05.11
18 KK Cooper 4.0 0 26 4 Rajasthan Punjab Jaipur 06.04.12
19 KA Pollard 4.0 0 44 4 Mumbai Rajasthan Mumbai 11.04.12
20 AD Mascarenhas 4.0 0 25 5 Punjab Pune Mohali 12.04.12
21 SP Narine 4.0 0 19 5 Kolkata Punjab Kolkata 15.04.12
22 SL Malinga 3.4 0 16 4 Mumbai Deccan Mumbai 29.04.12
23 RJ Harris 4.0 0 34 4 Punjab Rajasthan Mohali 05.05.12
24 SP Narine 3.1 0 15 4 Kolkata Mumbai Mumbai 16.05.12
25 M Morkel 4.0 0 20 4 Delhi Punjab Dharamsala 19.05.12
26 SP Narine 4.0 0 13 4 Kolkata Delhi Kolkata 03.04.13
27 JP Faulkner 4.0 0 20 5 Rajasthan Sunrisers Jaipur 27.04.13
28 DJG Sammy 4.0 0 22 4 Sunrisers Punjab Mohali 11.05.13
29 SP Narine 4.0 0 22 4 Kolkata Bangalore Ranchi 12.05.13
30 JP Faulkner 4.0 1 16 5 Rajasthan Sunrisers Hyd-RGS 17.05.13
31 DJ Bravo 4.0 0 42 4 Chennai Mumbai Kolkata 26.05.13
32 SL Malinga 4.0 0 23 4 Mumbai Kolkata Abu Dhabi 16.04.14
33 SP Narine 4.0 0 20 4 Kolkata Mumbai Abu Dhabi 16.04.14
34 SP Narine 4.0 0 20 4 Kolkata Bangalore Kolkata 22.05.14
35 Imran Tahir 4.0 0 28 4 Delhi Rajasthan Delhi 12.04.15
36 JP Duminy 3.0 0 17 4 Delhi Sunrisers Vizag 18.04.15
37 D Wiese 4.0 0 33 4 Bangalore Mumbai Bangalore 19.04.15
38 SL Malinga 4.0 0 23 4 Mumbai Sunrisers Mumbai 25.04.15
39 GB Hogg 4.0 0 29 4 Kolkata Chennai Kolkata 30.04.15
40 NM Coulter-Nile 4.0 0 20 4 Delhi Punjab Delhi 01.05.15
41 MA Starc 4.0 0 15 4 Bangalore Punjab Bangalore 06.05.15
42 SP Narine 4.0 0 19 4 Kolkata Punjab Kolkata 09.05.15
43 CH Morris 4.0 0 23 4 Rajasthan Kolkata Mum-BS 16.05.15
44 DJ Bravo 4.0 0 22 4 Gujarat Punjab Mohali 11.04.16
45 MJ McClenaghan 4.0 0 21 4 Mumbai Gujarat Mumbai 16.04.16
46 AD Russell 4.0 0 20 4 Kolkata Punjab Kolkata 04.05.16
47 A Zampa 4.0 0 19 6 Ris Pune Sunrisers Vizag 10.05.16
48 MP Stoinis 4.0 0 15 4 Punjab Mumbai Vizag 13.05.16
49 CJ Jordan 3.0 0 11 4 Bangalore Gujarat Bangalore 14.05.16
50 DR Smith 4.0 0 08 4 Gujarat Kolkata Kanpur 19.05.16
51 SR Watson 4.0 0 29 4 Bangalore Gujarat Bangalore 24.05.16

There are 29 occasions of three figure partnerships involving both overseas batsmen in IPL.  AC Gilchrist-SE Marsh partnered 206 runs partnership for the second wicket in the game between Kings Eleven Punjab and Royal Challengers, Bangalore at Dharamsala on 17.05.11 to provide the highest three figure partnership involving both overseas batsmen in IPL.

HUNDRED PARTNERSHIPS – CHRONOLOGICAL ORDER – BY OVERSEAS BATSMEN
No Partners Runs Wkt Team Opposition Ground Date
1 GC Smith, SR Watson 104 3rd Rajasthan Bangalore Bangalore 26.04.08
2 SE Marsh, LA Pomersbach 102* 2nd Punjab Bangalore Mohali 12.05.08
3 SE Marsh, LA Pomersbach 133 2nd Punjab Mumbai Mumbai 21.05.08
4 AC Gilchrist, HH Gibbs 101 1st Deccan Bangalore Hyd-RGS 25.05.08
5 SE Marsh, JR Hopes 133 1st Punjab Rajasthan Mohali 28.05.08
6 OA Shah, AD Mathews 130* 5th Kolkata Deccan Mumbai 12.03.10
7 DA Warner, PD Collingwood 128 4th Delhi Kolkata Delhi 29.03.10
8 BBMcCullum,MJayawardene 128 1st Kochi Mumbai Mumbai 15.04.11
9 TM Dilshan, CH Gayle 123 1st Bangalore Kolkata Kolkata 22.04.11
10 AC Gilchrist, SE Marsh 206 2nd Punjab Bangalore Dharamsala 17.05.11
11 CH Gayle, AB de Villiers 131 4th Bangalore Punjab Mohali 20.04.12
12 TM Dilshan, AB de Villiers 122* 4th Bangalore Rajasthan Jaipur 23.04.12
13 CL White, KC Sangakkara 157 3rd Deccan Pune Cuttack 01.05.12
14 CH Gayle, TM Dilshan 167 1st Bangalore Pune Bangalore 23.04.13
15 AC Gilchrist, SE Marsh 102 2nd Punjab Rajasthan Mohali 09.05.13
16 ACGilchrist,AzharMahmood 118 2nd Punjab Bangalore Bangalore 14.05.13
17 Azhar Mahmood, SE Marsh 148 3rd Punjab Mumbai Dharamsala 18.05.13
18 JP Duminy, LRPL Taylor 110* 5th Delhi Bangalore Sharjah 17.04.14
19 BB McCullum, DR Smith 123 1st Chennai Punjab Abu Dhabi 18.04.14
20 GJ Maxwell, DA Miller 115 4th Punjab Chennai Abu Dhabi 18.04.14
21 AJ Finch, DA Warner 128* 2nd  Sunrisers Delhi Dubai-DSC 25.04.14
22 GJ Maxwell, DA Miller 135 3rd Punjab Chennai Cuttack 07.05.14
23 MEK Hussey, LMP Simmons 120 1st Mumbai Rajasthan Ahmedabad 19.05.14
24 CJ Anderson, KA Pollard 104 4th Mumbai Rajasthan Ahmedabad 14.04.15
25 DR Smith, BB McCullum 109 1st Chennai Mumbai Mumbai 17.04.15
26 BB McCullum. F du Plessis 101 3rd Chennai Rajasthan Chennai 10.05.15
27 DA Warner, MC Henriques 103 2nd Sunrisers Bangalore Hyd-RGS 15.05.15
28 DR Smith. BB McCullum 112 1st Gujarat Delhi Delhi 27.04.16
29 DA Warner, KS Williamson 124 2nd Sunrisers Bangalore Hyd-RGS 30.04.16

 

Indian Premier League – Five or more fifties by batsmen in each edition of IPL

IPL 2016 Edition was a bonanza for batsmen. The edition witnessed as many as eight batsmen scoring five or more fifties – a record for any edition of IPL. IPL 2012 edition had witnessed six batsmen scoring fifties.

V Kohli of Royal Challengers Bangalore stole the limelight by eleven fifties which is again a record for most fifties by a batsman in any edition of IPL.  His aggregate of 973 runs is also a record for most runs in an edition of IPL. The following table lists all the batsmen who have accomplished the feat edition wise

FIVE OR MORE FIFTIES BY BATSMEN IN EACH EDITION OF IPL
No Player Edition Mat Inns NO Runs HS Ave C HC 50+ 0 4s 6s
1 V Kohli 2016 16 16 4 973 113 81.08 4 7 11 1 83 38
2 DA Warner 2016 17 17 3 848 93* 60.57 0 9 9 1 88 31
3 AB de Villiers 2016 16 16 3 687 129* 52.84 1 6 7 1 57 37
4 AM Rahane 2016 14 14 3 480 74 43.63 0 6 6 2 54 09
5 AJ Finch 2016 13 12 2 393 74 39.30 0 5 5 2 45 11
6 RG Sharma 2016 14 14 3 489 85* 44.45 0 5 5 1 49 16
7 M Vijay 2016 14 14 1 453 89 34.84 0 5 5 0 50 10
8 G Gambhir 2016 15 15 2 501 90* 38.53 0 5 5 1 54 06
                             
No Player Edition Mat Inns NO Runs HS Ave C HC 50+ 0 4s 6s
1 DA Warner 2015 14 14 1 562 91 43.23 0 7 7 0 65 21
2 LMP Simmons 2015 13 13 1 540 71 45.00 0 6 6 1 56 21
                             
No Player Edition Mat Inns NO Runs HS Ave C HC 50+ 0 4s 6s
1 DA Warner 2014 14 14 3 528 90 48.00 0 6 6 1 39 24
2 SK Raina 2014 16 16 3 523 87 40.23 0 5 5 0 51 19
3 DR Smith 2014 16 16 0 566 79 35.37 0 5 5 0 50 34
4 RV Uthappa 2014 16 16 1 660 83* 44.00 0 5 5 1 74 18
                             
No Player Edition Mat Inns NO Runs HS Ave C HC 50+ 0 4s 6s
1 V Kohli 2013 16 16 2 634 99 45.28 0 6 6 0 64 22
2 MEK Hussey 2013 17 17 3 733 95 52.35 0 6 6 0 81 17
3 CH Gayle 2013 16 16 4 708 175* 59.00 1 4 5 0 57 51
4 SK Raina 2013 18 17 4 548 100* 42.15 1 4 5 3 50 18
                             
No Player Edition Mat Inns NO Runs HS Ave C HC 50+ 0 4s 6s
1 CH Gayle 2012 15 14 2 733 128* 61.08 1 7 8 0 46 59
2 G Gambhir 2012 17 17 1 590 93 36.87 0 6 6 2 64 17
3 CL White 2012 13 13 2 479 78 43.54 0 5 5 1 41 20
4 S Dhawan 2012 15 15 1 569 84 40.64 0 5 5 0 58 18
5 V Sehwag 2012 16 16 1 495 87* 33.00 0 5 5 1 57 19
                             
No Player Edition Mat Inns NO Runs HS Ave C HC 50+ 0 4s 6s
1 CH Gayle 2011 12 12 3 608 107 67.55 2 3 5 2 56 44
2 S Badrinath 2011 16 13 6 396 71* 56.57 0 5 5 1 38 9
                             
No Player Edition Mat Inns NO Runs HS Ave C HC 50+ 0 4s 6s
1 JH Kallis 2010 16 16 4 572 89* 47.66 0 6 6 1 67 9
2 SR Tendulkar 2010 15 15 2 618 89* 47.53 0 5 5 0 86 3
                             
No Player Edition Mat Inns NO Runs HS Ave C HC 50+ 0 4s 6s
1 JP Duminy 2009 13 12 3 372 62 41.33 0 5 5 1 26 11
2 ML Hayden 2009 12 12 1 572 89 52.00 0 5 5 0 60 22
                             
No Player Edition Mat Inns NO Runs HS Ave C HC 50+ 0 4s 6s
1 SE Marsh 2008 11 11 2 616 115 68.44 1 5 6 0 59 26
2 G Gambhir 2008 14 14 1 534 86 41.07 0 5 5 0 68 08

DA Warner aggregated 848 runs in IPL 2016 to become the third batsman in the history of IPL to total 500 plus runs in three separate editions of IPL. The other two editions in which he has totaled 500 plus runs are – 2014 {528} and 2015 {562}. DA Warner became the third batsman to score five or more fifties in three editions of IPL – 2014 {06}, 2015 {07} and 2016 {09}. The other two batsmen to achieve such a feat are – CH Gayle and G Gambhir

FIVE HUNDRED PLUS RUNS BY BATSMEN IN IPL IN THREE SEPARATATE EDITIONS
No Player Edition Mat Inns NO Runs HS Ave C HC 50+ 0 4s 6s
1 CH Gayle 2013 16 16 4 708 175* 59.00 1 4 5 0 57 51
2 CH Gayle 2012 15 14 2 733 128* 61.08 1 7 8 0 46 59
3 CH Gayle 2011 12 12 3 608 107 67.55 2 3 5 2 56 44
                             
1 DA Warner 2016 17 17 3 848 93* 60.57 0 9 9 1 88 31
2 DA Warner 2015 14 14 1 562 91 43.23 0 7 7 0 65 21
3 DA Warner 2014 14 14 3 528 90 48.00 0 6 6 1 39 24
                             
1 G Gambhir 2016 15 15 2 501 90* 38.53 0 5 5 1 54 06
2 G Gambhir 2012 17 17 1 590 93 36.87 0 6 6 2 64 17
3 G Gambhir 2008 14 14 1 534 86 41.07 0 5 5 0 68 08

DA Warner’s feat of aggregating 500 plus runs coupled with scoring five ore more fifties in 2014. 2015 and 2016 makes him the second batsman to accomplish the captioned feats in three consecutive calendar years after CH Gayle. CH Gayle had performed the feat in 2011. 2012 and 2013

FIVE HUNDRED PLUS RUNS BY BATSMEN IN IPL IN THREE SEPARATE EDITIONS
No Player Edition Mat Inns NO Runs HS Ave C HC 50+ 0 4s 6s
1 CH Gayle 2013 16 16 4 708 175* 59.00 1 4 5 0 57 51
2 CH Gayle 2012 15 14 2 733 128* 61.08 1 7 8 0 46 59
3 CH Gayle 2011 12 12 3 608 107 67.55 2 3 5 2 56 44
                             
1 DA Warner 2016 17 17 3 848 93* 60.57 0 9 9 1 88 31
2 DA Warner 2015 14 14 1 562 91 43.23 0 7 7 0 65 21
3 DA Warner 2014 14 14 3 528 90 48.00 0 6 6 1 39 24

 

Australia’s tournament wins in one day tournaments involving three or more teams

Australia won the tri nation series played in West Indies involving West Indies, Australia and South Africa to provide the 37th occasion of Australia winning a one day tournament involving three or more  teams. All such occasions are listed below

No Series/Tournament Season Winner
1 Benson & Hedges World Series Cup (Aus, Ind, NZl in Aus) 1980/81 Australia
2 Benson & Hedges World Series Cup (Aus, Eng, NZl in Aus) 1982/83 Australia
3 Benson & Hedges World Series Cup (Aus, Ind, NZl in Aus) 1985/86 Australia
4 Reliance World Cup (in Ind/Pak) 1987/88 Australia
5 Benson & Hedges World Series Cup (Aus, NZl, Srl in Aus) 1987/88 Australia
6 Benson & Hedges World Series (Aus, Pak, Srl in Aus) 1989/90 Australia
7 Rothmans Cup Triangular Series (Aus, Ind, NZl in NZl) 1989/90 Australia
8 Benson & Hedges World Series (Aus, Eng, NZl in Aus) 1990/91 Australia
9 Benson & Hedges World Series (Aus, Ind, Win in Aus) 1991/92 Australia
10 Benson & Hedges World Series (Aus, NZl, RSA in Aus) 1993/94 Australia
11 Wills Triangular Series (Aus, Pak, RSA in Pak) 1994/95 Australia
12 Benson & Hedges World Series (Aus, Aus A, Eng, Zim in Aus) 1994/95 Australia
13 NZl Centenary Tournament (Aus, Ind, NZl, RSA) 1994/95 Australia
14 Benson & Hedges World Series (Aus, Srl, Win in Aus) 1995/96 Australia
15 Carlton & United Series (Aus, NZl, RSA in Aus) 1997/98 Australia
16 Pepsi Triangular Series (Aus, Ind, Zim in Ind) 1997/98 Australia
17 Carlton & United Series (Aus, Eng, Srl in Aus) 1998/99 Australia
18 ICC World Cup (in Eng/Ire/Net/Sco) 1999 Australia
19 Carlton & United Series (Aus, Ind, Pak in Aus) 1999/00 Australia
20 Carlton Series (Aus, Win, Zim in Aus) 2000/01 Australia
21 NatWest Series (Aus, Eng, Pak in Eng) 2001 Australia
22 VB Series (Aus, Eng, Srl in Aus) 2002/03 Australia
23 ICC World Cup (in Kenya/RSA/Zim) 2002/03 Australia
24 TVS Cup (Ind) (Aus, Ind, NZl in Ind) 2003/04 Australia
25 VB Series (Aus, Ind, Zim in Aus) 2003/04 Australia
36 Videocon Cup (Aus, Ind, Pak in Net) 2004 Australia
27 NatWest International (Aus, Pak in Eng) 2004 Australia
28 VB Series (Aus, Pak, Win in Aus) 2004/05 Australia
29 VB Series (Aus, RSA, Srl in Aus) 2005/06 Australia
30 DLF Cup (Aus, Ind, Win in Malaysia) 2006/07 Australia
31 ICC Champions Trophy (in Ind) 2006/07 Australia
32 ICC World Cup (in Win) 2006/07 Australia
33 ICC Champions Trophy (in RSA) 2009/10 Australia
34 Commonwealth Bank Series (Aus, Ind, Srl in Aus) 2011/12 Australia
35 Carlton Mid One-Day International Tri-Series (Aus, Eng, Ind in Aus) 2014/15 Australia
36 ICC Cricket World Cup (in Aus/NZl) 2014/15 Australia
77 Win Tri-Nation Series (Aus, RSA, Win) 2016 Australia

List of bowlers who have captured five or more wickets in a one day tournament final – JR Hazlewood joins the list

JR Hazlewood of Australia captured 5 for 50 in the Tri Series final at Bridgetown on 26.06.16 against West Indies to provide the 33rd occasion of a bowler capturing five wickets in a tournament final.  All such occasions are listed below.

No Player O M R W Inns Team Oppn Ground Date
1 GJ Gilmour 12.0 2 48 5 1 Aus Win Lord’s 21.06.75
2 J Garner 11.0 0 38 5 2 Win Eng Lord’s 23.06.79
3 RJ Hadlee 8.3 4 26 5 2 NZl Aus Sydney 29.01.81
4 J Garner 10.0 1 31 5 1 Win Aus Melbourne 12.02.84
5 MA Holding 10.0 1 26 5 1 Win Aus Sydney 12.02.85
6 CEL Ambrose 10.0 2 26 5 1 Win Aus Melbourne 14.01.89
7 Aaqib Javed 10.0 1 37 7 2 Pak Ind Sharjah 25.10.91
8 CEL Ambrose 9.3 2 32 5 2 Win Aus Sydney 16.01.93
9 A Kumble 6.1 2 12 6 2 Ind Win Kolkata 27.11.93
10 RP Snell 9.5 0 40 5 2 RSA Aus Melbourne 21.01.94
11 GD McGrath 10.0 0 52 5 2 Aus Pak Lahore 30.10.94
12 L Klusener 7.1 1 25 5 1 RSA Pak Cape Town 23.04.98
13 M Muralitharan 10.0 0 34 5 1 Srl Aus Lord’s 20.08.98
14 JH Kallis 7.3 0 30 5 1 RSA Win Dhaka 01.11.98
15 Azhar Mahmood 10.0 1 38 5 2 Pak Ind Bangalore 04.04.99
16 Azhar Mahmood 10.0 2 28 5 2 Pak Srl Sharjah 22.10.99
17 GD McGrath 9.3 2 49 5 2 Aus Pak Sydney 04.02.00
18 SM Pollock 9.0 1 20 5 2 RSA Aus Johannesburg 13.02.00
19 M Muralitharan 10.0 0 44 5 2 Srl RSA Col-RPS 14.07.00
20 WPUJC Vaas 9.3 1 14 5 2 Srl Ind Sharjah 29.10.00
21 M Ntini 10.0 0 31 5 1 RSA NZl Melbourne 06.02.02
22 JN Gillespie 10.0 1 70 5 1 Aus Pak Nairobi (Gym 07.09.02
23 B Lee 9.3 0 30 5 2 Aus Aus Melbourne 25.01.03
24 DL Vettori 9.2 1 30 5 2 NZl Win Lord’s 10.07.04
25 ST Jayasuriya 8.0 2 17 5 2 Srl Pak Lahore 16.10.04
26 GD McGrath 7.4 0 27 5 2 Aus Pak Sydney 06.02.05
27 A Nehra 10.0 1 59 6 1 Ind Srl Col-RPS 09.08.05
28 BAW Mendis 8.0 1 13 6 2 Srl Ind Karachi 06.07.08
29 DT Johnston 10.0 4 14 5 1 Ire Can Centurion 19.04.09
30 Harbhajan Singh 9.4 0 56 5 2 Ind Srl Col-RPS 14.09.09
31 CJ McKay 9.5 1 28 5 2 Aus Srl Adelaide 08.03.12
32 SL Malinga 10.0 0 56 5 1 Srl Pak Dhaka 08.03.14
33 JR Hazlewood 9.4 1 50 5 2 Aus Win Bridgetown 26.06.16

JR Hazelwood’s 5 for 50 provides the eighth occasion of an Australian bowler capturing five or more wickets in a tournament final. All such occasions are listed below. JR Hazlewood became the second Australian bowler to capture five wickets against West Indies in a tournament final after GJ Gilmour

No Player O M R W Inns Team Oppn Ground Date
1 GJ Gilmour 12.0 2 48 5 1 Aus Win Lord’s 21.06.75
2 GD McGrath 10.0 0 52 5 2 Aus Pak Lahore 30.10.94
3 GD McGrath 9.3 2 49 5 2 Aus Pak Sydney 04.02.00
4 JN Gillespie 10.0 1 70 5 1 Aus Pak Nairobi (Gym 07.09.02
5 B Lee 9.3 0 30 5 2 Aus Aus Melbourne 25.01.03
6 GD McGrath 7.4 0 27 5 2 Aus Pak Sydney 06.02.05
7 CJ McKay 9.5 1 28 5 2 Aus Srl Adelaide 08.03.12
8 JR Hazlewood 9.4 1 50 5 2 Aus Win Bridgetown 26.06.16

JR Hazlewood became the fifth bowler to capture five  or more wickets in a tournament final against West Indies. Others are – GJ Gilmour, A Kumble, JH Kallis and DL Vettori. The performance of these five bowlers are furnished below

No Player O M R W Inns Team Oppn Ground Date
1 GJ Gilmour 12.0 2 48 5 1 Aus Win Lord’s 21.06.75
2 A Kumble 6.1 2 12 6 2 Ind Win Kolkata 27.11.93
3 JH Kallis 7.3 0 30 5 1 RSA Win Dhaka 01.11.98
4 DL Vettori 9.2 1 30 5 2 NZl Win Lord’s 10.07.04
5 JR Hazlewood 9.4 1 50 5 2 Aus Win Bridgetown 26.06.16

JR Hazzlewood’s five for 50 provides the 21st occasion of a bowler capturing five or more wickets in the second innings, that is while defending a tournament final. All such occasions are listed below

No Player O M R W Inns Team Oppn Ground Date
1 J Garner 11.0 0 38 5 2 Win Eng Lord’s 23.06.79
2 RJ Hadlee 8.3 4 26 5 2 NZl Aus Sydney 29.01.81
3 Aaqib Javed 10.0 1 37 7 2 Pak Ind Sharjah 25.10.91
4 CEL Ambrose 9.3 2 32 5 2 Win Aus Sydney 16.01.93
5 A Kumble 6.1 2 12 6 2 Ind Win Kolkata 27.11.93
6 RP Snell 9.5 0 40 5 2 RSA Aus Melbourne 21.01.94
7 GD McGrath 10.0 0 52 5 2 Aus Pak Lahore 30.10.94
8 Azhar Mahmood 10.0 1 38 5 2 Pak Ind Bangalore 04.04.99
9 Azhar Mahmood 10.0 2 28 5 2 Pak Srl Sharjah 22.10.99
10 GD McGrath 9.3 2 49 5 2 Aus Pak Sydney 04.02.00
11 SM Pollock 9.0 1 20 5 2 RSA Aus Johannesburg 13.02.00
12 M Muralitharan 10.0 0 44 5 2 Srl RSA Col-RPS 14.07.00
13 WPUJC Vaas 9.3 1 14 5 2 Srl Ind Sharjah 29.10.00
14 B Lee 9.3 0 30 5 2 Aus Aus Melbourne 25.01.03
15 DL Vettori 9.2 1 30 5 2 NZl Win Lord’s 10.07.04
16 ST Jayasuriya 8.0 2 17 5 2 Srl Pak Lahore 16.10.04
17 GD McGrath 7.4 0 27 5 2 Aus Pak Sydney 06.02.05
18 BAW Mendis 8.0 1 13 6 2 Srl Ind Karachi 06.07.08
19 Harbhajan Singh 9.4 0 56 5 2 Ind Srl Col-RPS 14.09.09
20 CJ McKay 9.5 1 28 5 2 Aus Srl Adelaide 08.03.12
21 JR Hazlewood 9.4 1 50 5 2 Aus Win Bridgetown 26.06.16

JR Hazzlewood’s five for 50 provides the sixth occasion of an Australian bowler capturing five or more wickets in the second innings, that is while defending a tournament final. All such occasions are listed below

No Player O M R W Inns Team Oppn Ground Date
1 GD McGrath 10.0 0 52 5 2 Aus Pak Lahore 30.10.94
2 GD McGrath 9.3 2 49 5 2 Aus Pak Sydney 04.02.00
3 B Lee 9.3 0 30 5 2 Aus Aus Melbourne 25.01.03
4 GD McGrath 7.4 0 27 5 2 Aus Pak Sydney 06.02.05
5 CJ McKay 9.5 1 28 5 2 Aus Srl Adelaide 08.03.12
6 JR Hazlewood 9.4 1 50 5 2 Aus Win Bridgetown 26.06.16

JR Hazzlewood’s five for 50 provides the third occasion of a bowler capturing five or more wickets against West Indies in the second innings, that is while defending a tournament final. All such occasions are listed below

No Player O M R W Inns Team Oppn Ground Date
1 A Kumble 6.1 2 12 6 2 Ind Win Kolkata 27.11.93
2 DL Vettori 9.2 1 30 5 2 NZl Win Lord’s 10.07.04
3 JR Hazlewood 9.4 1 50 5 2 Aus Win Bridgetown 26.06.16

Aaqib Javed, A Kumble, A Nehra and BAW Mendis are the four bowlers who have captured six or more wickets in a tournament final. Aaqib Javed, A Kumble and BAW Mendis have captured six or more wickets while defending a tournament final. The following table furnishes the performance of the four bowlers

No Player O M R W Inns Team Oppn Ground Date
1 Aaqib Javed 10.0 1 37 7 2 Pak Ind Sharjah 25.10.91
2 A Kumble 6.1 2 12 6 2 Ind Win Kolkata 27.11.93
3 A Nehra 10.0 1 59 6 1 Ind Srl Col-RPS 09.08.05
4 BAW Mendis 8.0 1 13 6 2 Srl Ind Karachi 06.07.08

 

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