Most boundary sixes by a batsman in a losing cause in one day internationals – MP Stoinis now holds the record with eleven boundary sixes

MP Stoinis scored eleven boundary sixes  in his knock of 146 not out in the game between Australia and New Zealand at Auckland on 30.01.17. His knock was in a losing cause. He became the fourth batsman in the history of one day internationals to score ten or more sixes in a losing cause. Others are ML Hayden {10}, KA Pollard {10} and AD Mathews {10}. All the  four  occasions are listed below

MP Stoinis now holds the record for  most sixes scored by a batsman in a losing  cause. The previous record was ten  boundary sixes – shared by ML Hayden, KA Pollard and AD Mathews

No Player Runs 6s Inns Team Oppn Ground Start Date
1 MP Stoinis 146* 11 2 Aus NZl Auckland 30 Jan 2017
2 ML Hayden 181* 10 1 Aus NZl Hamilton 20 Feb 2007
3 KA Pollard 119 10 2 Win Ind Chennai 11 Dec 2011
4 AD Mathews 139* 10 1 Srl Ind Ranchi 16 Nov 2014

 

All round performance of a century and exact three wickets in a one day game – MP Stoinis becomes the first Australian cricketer to perform such a feat

 

MP Stoinis earned the distinction of becoming the  first Australian cricketer to score a century and capture exact three wickets in a one day international

MP Stoinis’s feat of 3 for 49 and 146 not out in the game between Australia and New Zealand at Auckland on 30.01.17 provide the 19th occasion of an all round feat of a century and exact three wickets in a one day game in the history of one day internationals. All such occasions are listed below

No Player Runs W R Team Oppn Ground Start Date
1 IVA Richards 110* 3 42 Win Ind Rajkot 05 Jan 1988
2 DJ Callaghan 169* 3 32 RSA NZl Centurion 11 Dec 1994
3 CL Cairns 103 3 37 NZl Ind Pune 24 Nov 1995
4 PA de Silva 107* 3 42 Srl Aus Lahore 17 Mar 1996
5 RR Singh 100 3 20 Ind Srl Col-SSC 23 Aug 1997
6 NJ Astle 120 3 40 NZl Ind Rajkot 05 Nov 1999
7 Shoaib Malik 115 3 37 Pak NZl Lahore 27 Apr 2002
8 SB Styris 101* 3 34 NZl Pak Auckland 03 Jan 2004
9 CH Gayle 132* 3 57 Win Eng Lord’s 06 Jul 2004
10 ST Jayasuriya 122 3 51 Srl Eng The Oval 20 Jun 2006
11 CH Gayle 101 3 31 Win Eng Ahmedabad 28 Oct 2006
12 JH Kallis 119* 3 03 RSA Ind Durban 22 Nov 2006
13 RN ten Doeschate 109* 3 37 Net Ber Nairobi (R) 04 Feb 2007
14 ST Jayasuriya 115 3 38 Srl Win Providence 01 Apr 2007
15 Shakib Al Hasan 106 3 54 Ban NZl Dhaka 14 Oct 2010
16 YK Pathan 123* 3 49 Ind NZl Bangalore 07 Dec 2010
17 MW Machan 114 3 31 Sco Ken Aberdeen 30 Jun 2013
18 TM Dilshan 101 3 37 Srl Eng Co-RPS 16 Dec 2014
19 MP Stoinis 146* 3 49 Aus NZl Auckland 30 Jan 2017

It is interesting to note that MP Stoinis became the first Australian cricketer to perform such a feat in one day games.

No Player Runs W R Team Oppn Ground Start Date
1 MP Stoinis 146* 3 49 Aus NZl Auckland 30 Jan 2017

MP Stoinis’ feat provides the fifth such occasion against New Zealand in one day games. All such occasions are listed below

No Player Runs W R Team Oppn Ground Start Date
1 DJ Callaghan 169* 3 32 RSA NZl Centurion 11 Dec 1994
2 Shoaib Malik 115 3 37 Pak NZl Lahore 27 Apr 2002
3 Shakib Al Hasan 106 3 54 Ban NZl Dhaka 14 Oct 2010
4 YK Pathan 123* 3 49 Ind NZl Bangalore 07 Dec 2010
5 MP Stoinis 146* 3 49 Aus NZl Auckland 30 Jan 2017

CH Gayle of West Indies and ST Jayasuriya of Sri Lanka are the two cricketers to perform such a feat on two occasions. The performance of these two cricketers is  furnished below

No Player Runs W R Team Oppn Ground Start Date
1 CH Gayle 132* 3 57 Win Eng Lord’s 06 Jul 2004
2 CH Gayle 101 3 31 Win Eng Ahmedabad 28 Oct 2006
                 
1 ST Jayasuriya 122 3 51 Srl Eng The Oval 20 Jun 2006
2 ST Jayasuriya 115 3 38 Srl Win Providence 01 Apr 2007

 

Batsmen batting at number eleven dismissed run out for a duck without facing a delivery – JR Hazzlewood’s record

JR Hazzlewood batting at number eleven was dismissed run out for a duck without facing a delivery. His stay at the crease for 26 minutes is a world record for a batsman batting at number eleven dismissed run out for a duck without facing a delivery

JR Hazzlewood batting at number eleven stayed at the crease for 26 minutes in the last wicket stand of 54 runs with MP Stoinis in the one day game between New Zealand and Australia at Auckland on 30.01.17 – He was dismissed runout without scoring and without facing a delivery.  His stay at the crease constitutes a world record under such circumstances.  It is noted with interest that no batsman batting at number eleven in the history of one day internationals had stayed at the crease for more than ten minutes while being dismissed run out for a duck without facing a delivery. The previous record for most minutes stay at the crease while being dismissed run out for a duck without facing a delivery was seven minutes by AA Donald of South Africa against Australia at Birmingham on 17.06.99. The following table lists the fifteen occasions of a batsman batting at number eleven dismissed run out for a duck without facing a delivery in the history of one day internationals.

No Player Runs Mins BF Inns Team Oppn Ground Start Date
1 JR Hazlewood 0 26 0 2 Aus NZl Auckland 30 Jan 2017
2 AA Donald 0 7 0 2 RSA Aus Birmingham 17 Jun 1999
3 DNT Zoysa 0 3 0 1 Srl Eng Melbourne 19 Jan 1999
4 BAW Mendis 0 3 0 2 Srl Ind Col-RPS 31 Jan 2009
5 W Watson 0 2 0 2 NZl Eng Sydney 13 Dec 1990
6 AG Huckle 0 2 0 2 Zim Ind Vadodara 05 Apr 1998
7 HK Olonga 0 2 0 2 Zim Pak Sharjah 31 Oct 2001
8 Enamul Haque jnr 0 2 0 2 Ban Zim Chittagong 24 Jan 2005
9 SJ Harmison 0 2 0 1 Eng Pak Lahore 12 Dec 2005
10 SLV Raju 0 1 0 2 Ind Aus Brisbane 01 Mar 1992
11 P Wilson 0 1 0 1 Aus NZl Sydney 14 Jan 1998
12 TT Samaraweera 0 1 0 2 Srl Zim Sharjah 10 Nov 1998
13 M Ntini 0 1 0 2 RSA Srl Galle 06 Jul 2000
14 S Sreesanth 0 1 0 1 Ind Pak Abu Dhabi 18 Apr 2006
15 IS Sodhi 0 1 0 2 NZl RSA Centurion 19 Aug 2015
16 J Srinath 0 0 1 Ind RSA Cape Town 07 Dec 1992

JR Hazzlewood became the second Australian batsman to suffer such an ignominy after P Wilson. Both the occasions are listed below

No Player Runs Mins BF Inns Team Oppn Ground Start Date
1 JR Hazlewood 0 26 0 2 Aus NZl Auckland 30 Jan 2017
2 P Wilson 0 1 0 1 Aus NZl Sydney 14 Jan 1998

It is noted with interest that JR Hazzlewood and P Wilson are the only two batsmen to be dismissed runout for a duck without facing a delivery while batting at number eleven. Both the occasions are listed below

No Player Runs Mins BF Inns Team Oppn Ground Start Date
1 JR Hazlewood 0 26 0 2 Aus NZl Auckland 30 Jan 2017
2 P Wilson 0 1 0 1 Aus NZl Sydney 14 Jan 1998

Centuries by batsmen batting at number seven in one day games – MP Stoinis joins the club

MP Stonis’s 146  not out represent the highest score  in a losing cause  by a batsman batting at number seven 

Australian MP Stoinis’ 146 not out against New Zealand at Auckland on 30.01.17 provides the 15th occasion of a batsman batting at number seven scoring a century in the history of one day internationals. All such occasions are listed below

No Player Runs Inns Team Oppn Ground Start Date
1 HP Tillakaratne 100 2 Srl Win Sharjah 16 Oct 1995
2 M Kaif 111* 1 Ind Zim Colombo (RPS) 14 Sep 2002
3 JM Kemp 100* 1 RSA Ind Cape Town 26 Nov 2006
4 SM Pollock 130 2 Afr Asia Bangalore 06 Jun 2007
5 MS Dhoni 139* 1 Asis Afr Chennai 10 Jun 2007
6 TM Odoyo 111* 2 Ken Can Nairobi (Gym) 18 Oct 2007
7 Abdul Razzaq 109* 2 Pak RSA Abu Dhabi 31 Oct 2010
8 YK Pathan 105 2 Ind RSA Centurion 23 Jan 2011
9 MS Dhoni 113* 1 Ind Pak Chennai 30 Dec 2012
10 JP Faulkner 116 2 Aus Ind Bangalore 02 Nov 2013
11 JC Buttler 121 2 Eng Srl Lord’s 31 May 2014
12 L Ronchi 170* 1 NZl Srl Dunedin 23 Jan 2015
13 Sikandar Raza 100* 1 Zim NZl Harare 04 Aug 2015
14 MS Wade 100* 1 Aus Pak Brisbane 13 Jan 2017
15 MP Stoinis 146* 2 Aus NZl Auckland 30 Jan 2017

Australian MP Stoinis’ 146 not out against New Zealand at Auckland on 30.01.17 provides the third occasion of an Australian batsman batting at number seven scoring a century in the history of one day internationals. All such occasions are listed below. It also represents the highest score by an Australian batsman batting at number seven in one day games

No Player Runs Inns Team Oppn Ground Start Date
1 JP Faulkner 116 2 Aus Ind Bangalore 02 Nov 2013
2 MS Wade 100* 1 Aus Pak Brisbane 13 Jan 2017
3 MP Stoinis 146* 2 Aus NZl Auckland 30 Jan 2017

Australian MP Stoinis’ 146 not out against New Zealand at Auckland on 30.01.17 provides the second occasion of a batsman batting at number seven scoring a century against New Zealand in one day internationals. Both the occasions are listed below

No Player Runs Inns Team Oppn Ground Start Date
1 Sikandar Raza 100* 1 Zim NZl Harare 04 Aug 2015
2 MP Stoinis 146* 2 Aus NZl Auckland 30 Jan 2017

Australian MP Stoinis’ 146 not out against New Zealand at Auckland on 30.01.17 was in a losing cause and provides the eighth occasion of a batsman’s century at number seven going in vain in one day internationals. All such occasions are listed below.

No Player Runs Inns Team Oppn Ground Start Date
1 HP Tillakaratne 100 2 Srl Win Sharjah 16 Oct 1995
2 SM Pollock 130 2 Afr Asia Bangalore 06 Jun 2007
3 YK Pathan 105 2 Ind RSA Centurion 23 Jan 2011
4 MS Dhoni 113* 1 Ind Pak Chennai 30 Dec 2012
5 JP Faulkner 116 2 Aus Ind Bangalore 02 Nov 2013
6 JC Buttler 121 2 Eng Srl Lord’s 31 May 2014
7 Sikandar Raza 100* 1 Zim NZl Harare 04 Aug 2015
8 MP Stoinis 146* 2 Aus NZl Auckland 30 Jan 2017

It also represents the highest score by a batsman batting at number seven in a losing cause. The previous highest score in a losing cause was SM Pollock’s 130 for Africa Eleven against Asia Eleven at Bangalore on 06.06.07

No Player Runs Inns Team Oppn Ground Start Date
8 MP Stoinis 146* 2 Aus NZl Auckland 30 Jan 2017
2 SM Pollock 130 2 Afr Asia Bangalore 06 Jun 2007

 

New Zealand’s one day wins by single digit runs margin

New Zealand won the first one day game against Australia at Auckland on 30.01.17 by six runs to provide the 24th occasion of New Zealand winning a one day game by single digit runs margin. All such occasions are listed below

No Team Result Margin Opposition Ground Start Date
1 New Zealand won 9 runs v West Indies Napier 13 Jan 2009
2 New Zealand won 9 runs v West Indies Port of Spain 12 Jun 2002
3 New Zealand won 9 runs v South Africa Brisbane 08 Jan 1994
4 New Zealand won 9 runs v England Auckland 02 Mar 1997
5 New Zealand won 9 runs v England Wellington 13 Feb 1991
6 New Zealand won 9 runs v Sri Lanka Dambulla 19 May 2003
7 New Zealand won 7 runs v England Adelaide 01 Dec 1990
8 New Zealand won 7 runs v Pakistan Abu Dhabi 17 Dec 2014
9 New Zealand won 7 runs v England Auckland 16 Feb 1991
10 New Zealand won 7 runs v Pakistan Abu Dhabi 09 Nov 2009
11 New Zealand won 6 runs v India Delhi 20 Oct 2016
12 New Zealand won 6 runs v Australia Auckland 30 Jan 2017
13 New Zealand won 5 runs v South Africa Wellington 20 Feb 2004
14 New Zealand won 4 runs v Pakistan Wellington 17 Jan 2004
15 New Zealand won 4 runs v West Indies Georgetown 03 Apr 1996
16 New Zealand won 3 runs v Zimbabwe Hyd-LBS 10 Oct 1987
17 New Zealand won 2 runs v Sri Lanka Sharjah 18 Apr 1994
18 New Zealand won 2 runs v Zimbabwe Auckland 08 Mar 1998
19 New Zealand won 2 runs v South Africa Auckland 29 Feb 2004
20 New Zealand won 2 runs v England Melbourne 13 Jan 1983
21 New Zealand won 1 run v Pakistan Sialkot 16 Oct 1976
22 New Zealand won 1 run v Australia Perth 03 Jan 1988
23 New Zealand won 1 run v Australia Sydney 13 Jan 1981
24 New Zealand won 1 run v Australia Hobart 18 Dec 1990

New Zealand’s win by six runs against Australia at Auckland provides the fourth occasion of its win by single digits margin and also it’s first against Australia at home. All the four occasions are listed below

No Team Result Margin Opposition Ground Start Date
1 New Zealand won 6 runs v Australia Auckland 30 Jan 2017
2 New Zealand won 1 run v Australia Perth 03 Jan 1988
3 New Zealand won 1 run v Australia Sydney 13 Jan 1981
4 New Zealand won 1 run v Australia Hobart 18 Dec 1990

New Zealand’s win by six runs against Australia at Auckland provides the second occasion of its win by exact six runs margin. The first such occasion was against India at Delhi on 20.10.16. Both the  occasions are listed below

No Team Result Margin Opposition Ground Start Date
1 New Zealand won 6 runs v India Delhi 20 Oct 2016
2 New Zealand won 6 runs v Australia Auckland 30 Jan 2017

 

Batsmen’s one day centuries in a losing cause against New Zealand

Australian MP Stoinis’ 146 not out against New Zealand at Auckland on 30.01.17 was in a losing cause to provide the 39th occasion  of an  batsman’s century going in vain in one day games  against New Zealand.  All such occasions are listed below

No Player Runs Inns Team Oppn Ground Start Date
1 CG Greenidge 103 1 Win NZl Christchurch 06 Feb 1980
2 GS Chappell 108 2 Aus NZl Auckland 13 Feb 1982
3 DI Gower 122 2 Eng NZl Melbourne 13 Jan 1983
4 DI Gower 109 1 Eng NZl Adelaide 29 Jan 1983
5 DL Houghton 142 2 Zim NZl Hyd-LBS 10 Oct 1987
6 BC Broad 106 1 Eng NZl Napier 16 Mar 1988
7 Shoaib Mohammad 126* 1 Pak NZl Wellington 08 Mar 1989
8 RA Smith 128 1 Eng NZl Leeds 23 May 1990
9 DC Boon 100 2 Aus NZl Auckland 22 Feb 1992
10 ME Waugh 108 1 Aus NZl Hamilton 27 Mar 1993
11 AP Gurusinha 117* 2 Srl NZl Sharjah 18 Apr 1994
12 RT Ponting 100 1 Aus NZl Melbourne 21 Jan 1998
13 ADR Campbell 100 1 Zim NZl Dhaka 24 Oct 1998
14 R Dravid 123* 1 Ind NZl Taupo 09 Jan 1999
15 JH Kallis 100 1 RSA NZl Dunedin 14 Feb 1999
16 L Klusener 103* 1 RSA NZl Auckland 20 Feb 1999
17 DR Martyn 116* 1 Aus NZl Auckland 03 Mar 2000
18 Saeed Anwar 104 1 Pak NZl Nairobi (G) 11 Oct 2000
19 SC Ganguly 117 1 Zim NZl Nairobi (G) 15 Oct 2000
20 ADR Campbell 111 1 Zim NZl Wellington 04 Jan 2001
21 V Sehwag 108 2 Ind NZl Napier 29 Dec 2002
22 HH Gibbs 143 1 RSA NZl Johannesburg 16 Feb 2003
23 A Flintoff 106 1 Eng NZl Bristol 04 Jul 2004
24 WU Tharanga 103 1 Srl NZl Christchurch 03 Jan 2006
25 RS Morton 110* 2 Win NZl Napier 01 Mar 2006
26 MEK Hussey 105 1 Aus NZl Auckland 18 Feb 2007
27 ML Hayden 181* 1 Aus NZl Hamilton 20 Feb 2007
28 CH Gayle 135 1 Win NZl Napier 13 Jan 2009
29 Imrul Kayes 101 1 Ban NZl Christchurch 11 Feb 2010
30 BRM Taylor 128* 1 Zim NZl Harare 20 Oct 2011
31 BRM Taylor 107* 1 Zim NZl Harare 22 Oct 2011
32 IJL Trott 109* 2 Eng NZl Southampton 02 Jun 2013
33 V Kohli 123 2 Ind NZl Napier 19 Jan 2014
34 Younis Khan 103 2 Pak NZl Abu Dhabi 17 Dec 2014
35 M Jayawardene 104 1 Srl NZl Christchurch 11 Jan 2015
36 TM Dilshan 116 2 Srl NZl Dunedin 23 Jan 2015
37 Mahmudullah 128* 1 Ban NZl Hamilton 13 Mar 2015
38 Sikandar Raza 100* 1 Zim NZl Harare 04 Aug 2015
39 MP Stoinis 146* 2 Aus NZl Auckland 30 Jan 2017

Australian batsmen’s one day centuries in vain – MP Stoinis is the latest entrant into the list

 Marcus Peter Stoinis

 MP Stoinis’ 146 not out against New Zealand in vain

Australian MP Stoinis’ 146 not out against New Zealand at Auckland on 30.01.17 was in a losing cause to provide the 41st occasion  of an Australian batsman’s century going in vain in one  day games. All such occasions are listed below

It also provides the 394th occasion of a batsman’s century in a losing  cause in the history of one day internationals.

No Player Runs Inns Opposition Ground Start Date
1 GS Chappell 108 2 v New Zealand Auckland 13 Feb 1982
2 GM Wood 104* 1 v West Indies Adelaide 27 Jan 1985
3 GM Wood 114* 1 v England Lord’s 03 Jun 1985
4 GR Marsh 104 1 v India Jaipur 07 Sep 1986
5 DC Boon 111 1 v India Jaipur 07 Sep 1986
6 DM Jones 104 2 v England Perth 01 Jan 1987
7 DM Jones 121 1 v Pakistan Perth 02 Jan 1987
8 DC Boon 100 2 v New Zealand Auckland 22 Feb 1992
9 ME Waugh 108 1 v New Zealand Hamilton 27 Mar 1993
10 ME Waugh 121* 1 v Pakistan Rawalpindi 22 Oct 1994
11 RT Ponting 123 1 v Sri Lanka Melbourne 09 Jan 1996
12 SR Waugh 102* 1 v Sri Lanka Melbourne 16 Jan 1996
13 RT Ponting 102 1 v West Indies Jaipur 04 Mar 1996
14 MA Taylor 105 1 v India Bangalore 21 Oct 1996
15 ME Waugh 102 1 v West Indies Brisbane 05 Jan 1997
16 MG Bevan 108* 1 v England The Oval 24 May 1997
17 RT Ponting 100 1 v New Zealand Melbourne 21 Jan 1998
18 DR Martyn 116* 1 v New Zealand Auckland 03 Mar 2000
19 DS Lehmann 107 1 v West Indies St George’s 01 Jun 2003
20 ML Hayden 109 2 v India Brisbane 18 Jan 2004
21 RT Ponting 164 1 v South Africa Johannesburg 12 Mar 2006
22 MEK Hussey 109* 1 v West Indies Kuala Lumpur 18 Sep 2006
23 MEK Hussey 105 1 v New Zealand Auckland 18 Feb 2007
24 ML Hayden 181* 1 v New Zealand Hamilton 20 Feb 2007
25 SR Watson 116* 1 v Pakistan Abu Dhabi 03 May 2009
26 MJ Clarke 111* 1 v India Visakhapatnam 20 Oct 2010
27 RT Ponting 104 1 v India Ahmedabad 24 Mar 2011
28 PJ Forrest 104 1 v Sri Lanka Hobart 24 Feb 2012
29 DA Warner 100 1 v Sri Lanka Adelaide 06 Mar 2012
30 MJ Clarke 117 1 v Sri Lanka Adelaide 06 Mar 2012
31 SR Watson 102 1 v India Nagpur 30 Oct 2013
32 GJ Bailey 156 1 v India Nagpur 30 Oct 2013
33 JP Faulkner 116 2 v India Bangalore 02 Nov 2013
34 AJ Finch 108 2 v England Perth 24 Jan 2014
35 AJ Finch 102 1 v South Africa Harare 27 Aug 2014
36 DA Warner 122 1 v India Sydney 23 Jan 2016
37 MR Marsh 102* 1 v India Sydney 23 Jan 2016
38 DA Warner 117 1 v South Africa Durban 05 Oct 2016
39 SPD Smith 108 1 v South Africa Durban 05 Oct 2016
40 DA Warner 173 2 v South Africa Cape Town 12 Oct 2016
41 MP Stoinis 146* 2 v New Zealand Auckland 30 Jan 2017

Australian MP Stoinis’ 146 not out against New Zealand at Auckland on 30.01.17 was in a losing cause to provide the eighth occasion  of an Australian batsman’s century going in vain in one  day games  against New Zealand.  All such occasions are listed below

No Player Runs Inns Opposition Ground Start Date
1 GS Chappell 108 2 v New Zealand Auckland 13 Feb 1982
2 DC Boon 100 2 v New Zealand Auckland 22 Feb 1992
3 ME Waugh 108 1 v New Zealand Hamilton 27 Mar 1993
4 RT Ponting 100 1 v New Zealand Melbourne 21 Jan 1998
5 DR Martyn 116* 1 v New Zealand Auckland 03 Mar 2000
6 MEK Hussey 105 1 v New Zealand Auckland 18 Feb 2007
7 ML Hayden 181* 1 v New Zealand Hamilton 20 Feb 2007
8 MP Stoinis 146* 2 v New Zealand Auckland 30 Jan 2017

 

England bowler’s three or more wicket hauls in a losing cause in Twenty20 Internationals

Christopher James Jordan

CJ Jordan’s 3 for 22 against India at Nagpur on 29.01.17 went in vain

CJ Jordan’s 3 for 22 against India at Nagpur on 29.01.17 was in a losing cause to  provide the  13th occasion of an England bowler’s three wicket haul going in vain in a T20I game. All the thirteen occasions are listed below

No Player O M R W Econ Inns Oppn Ground Start Date
1 PD Collingwood 4.0 0 22 4 5.50 1 Srl Southampton 15 Jun 2006
2 SCJ Broad 4.0 0 37 3 9.25 1 RSA Cape Town 16 Sep 2007
3 JM Anderson 4.0 0 23 3 5.75 2 Net Lord’s 05 Jun 2009
4 GP Swann 4.0 1 14 3 3.50 2 Pak Dubai (DSC) 20 Feb 2010
5 GP Swann 4.0 1 13 3 3.25 1 Pak Dubai (DSC) 23 Feb 2012
6 SCJ Broad 4.0 0 32 3 8.00 1 Srl Pallekele 01 Oct 2012
7 JW Dernbach 4.0 0 38 3 9.50 1 NZl Hamilton 12 Feb 2013
8 JW Dernbach 4.0 0 34 3 8.50 1 Aus Southampton 29 Aug 2013
9 SCJ Broad 4.0 0 30 3 7.50 1 Aus Sydney 02 Feb 2014
10 SCJ Broad 4.0 0 24 3 6.00 1 Net Chittagong 31 Mar 2014
11 CJ Jordan 4.0 0 23 3 5.75 2 RSA Cape Town 19 Feb 2016
12 DJ Willey 4.0 0 20 3 5.00 2 Win Kolkata 03 Apr 2016
13 CJ Jordan 4.0 0 22 3 5.50 1 Ind Nagpur 29 Jan 2017

CA Jordan became the fourth England bowler to witness his three wicket haul in a losing cause on two or more  occasions. Others are – GP Swann, JW Dernbach and SCJ Broad. The following table  lists the performance of  these  four bowlers.

No Player O M R W Econ Inns Oppn Ground Start Date
1 CJ Jordan 4.0 0 23 3 5.75 2 RSA Cape Town 19 Feb 2016
2 CJ Jordan 4.0 0 22 3 5.50 1 Ind Nagpur 29 Jan 2017
                     
1 GP Swann 4.0 1 14 3 3.50 2 Pak Dubai (DSC) 20 Feb 2010
2 GP Swann 4.0 1 13 3 3.25 1 Pak Dubai (DSC) 23 Feb 2012
                     
1 JW Dernbach 4.0 0 38 3 9.50 1 NZl Hamilton 12 Feb 2013
2 JW Dernbach 4.0 0 34 3 8.50 1 Aus Southampton 29 Aug 2013
                     
1 SCJ Broad 4.0 0 37 3 9.25 1 RSA Cape Town 16 Sep 2007
2 SCJ Broad 4.0 0 32 3 8.00 1 Srl Pallekele 01 Oct 2012
3 SCJ Broad 4.0 0 30 3 7.50 1 Aus Sydney 02 Feb 2014
4 SCJ Broad 4.0 0 24 3 6.00 1 Net Chittagong 31 Mar 2014

CA Jordan became the tenth England bowler to witness his three wicket haul in a losing cause on two or more occasions against India. He is also the first England bowler to suffer such an ignominy against India. All the ten occasions are listed below

No Player O M R W Inns Team Oppn Ground Start Date
1 Umar Gul 4.0 0 28 3 1 Pak Ind Jo’burg 24 Sep 2007
2 HMCM Bandara 4.0 0 32 3 2 Srl Ind Col-RPS 10 Feb 2009
3 DJG Sammy 4.0 0 16 4 1 Win Ind Trinidad 04 Jun 2011
4 Umar Gul 4.0 0 37 4 1 Pak Ind Ahmedabad 28 Dec 2012
5 CB Mpofu 4.0 0 33 3 1 Zim Ind Harare 17 Jul 2015
6 NLTC Perera 3.0 0 33 3 1 Srl Ind Ranchi 12 Feb 2016
7 Al-Amin Hossain 4.0 0 37 3 1 Ban Ind Dhaka 24 Feb 2016
8 Mohammad Amir 4.0 0 18 3 2 Pak Ind Dhaka 27 Feb 2016
9 DT Tiripano 4.0 0 20 3 1 Zim Ind Harare 22 Jun 2016
10 CJ Jordan 4.0 0 22 3 1 Eng Ind Nagpur 29 Jan 2017

 

Batsmen dismissed run out for a duck without facing a delivery in Twenety20 Internationals – A Mishra of India joins the list

Amit Mishra

A Mishra became the second  Indian batsman to be dismissed for a duck without facing a delivery in T20Is after JJ Bumrah

A Mishra of India was dismissed run out without facing a delivery for a duck against England at Nagpur in the just concluded T20I to provide the 26th occasion of a batsman dismissed for a duck  in such a manner in the history of Twenty20 Internationals. All such occasions are listed below

No Player Runs BF Inns Team Oppn Ground Start Date
1 DL Vettori 0 0 1 NZl Pak Cape Town 22 Sep 2007
2 AA Noffke 0 0 1 Aus NZl Perth 11 Dec 2007
3 DPMD Jayawardene 0 0 2 Srl Zim King City (NW) 10 Oct 2008
4 Mohammad Amir 0 0 2 Pak Srl Lord’s 12 Jun 2009
5 MH Yardy 0 0 1 Eng Ire Providence 04 May 2010
6 Misbah-ul-Haq 0 0 1 Pak Aus Gros Islet 14 May 2010
7 PR Stirling 0 0 1 Ire Ken Mombasa 24 Feb 2012
8 Saeed Ajmal 0 0 2 Pak Eng Dubai (DSC) 25 Feb 2012
9 GD Drummond 0 0 1 Sco Ken ICCA Dubai 13 Mar 2012
10 JH Stander 0 0 2 Sco Ire Dubai (DSC) 18 Mar 2012
11 TM Dilshan 0 0 2 Srl RSA Hambantota 22 Sep 2012
12 Junaid Siddiqui 0 0 2 Can Ken ICCA Dubai 16 Mar 2013
13 Nasir Hossain 0 0 2 Ban Zim Bulawayo 11 May 2013
14 SP Narine 0 0 1 Win Pak Kingstown 27 Jul 2013
15 Amir Hamza 0 0 1 Afg Net Sharjah 15 Nov 2013
16 DPMD Jayawardene 0 0 1 Srl Win Dhaka 03 Apr 2014
17 CR Woakes 0 0 1 Eng Ind Birmingham 07 Sep 2014
18 Soumya Sarkar 0 0 2 Ban Pak Dhaka 24 Apr 2015
19 PJ Cummins 0 0 2 Aus Eng Cardiff 31 Aug 2015
20 Wahab Riaz 0 0 1 Pak Zim Harare 27 Sep 2015
21 JJ Bumrah 0 0 1 Ind Srl Pune 09 Feb 2016
22 DJ Willey 0 0 2 Eng RSA Mumbai 18 Mar 2016
23 Mustafizur Rahman 0 0 2 Ban Ind Bangalore 23 Mar 2016
24 Aizaz Khan 0 0 2 HKG Sco Abu Dhabi 14 Jan 2017
25 PA van Meekeren 0 0 2 Net Sco Abu Dhabi 17 Jan 2017
26 A Mishra 0 0 1 Ind Eng Nagpur 29 Jan 2017

A Mishra of India was dismissed run out without facing a delivery for a duck against England at Nagpur in the just concluded T20I to provide the second occasion of an Indian batsman dismissed for a duck  in such a manner in Twenty20 Internationals. Both the occasions are listed below

No Player Runs BF Inns Team Oppn Ground Start Date
1 JJ Bumrah 0 0 1 Ind Srl Pune 09 Feb 2016
2 A Mishra 0 0 1 Ind Eng Nagpur 29 Jan 2017

A Mishra of India was dismissed run out without facing a delivery for a duck against England at Nagpur in the just concluded T20I to provide the third occasion of a batsman dismissed for a duck  in such a manner against England in  Twenty20 Internationals. All such occasions are listed below

No Player Runs BF Inns Team Oppn Ground Start Date
1 Saeed Ajmal 0 0 2 Pak Eng Dubai (DSC) 25 Feb 2012
2 PJ Cummins 0 0 2 Aus Eng Cardiff 31 Aug 2015
3 A Mishra 0 0 1 Ind Eng Nagpur 29 Jan 2017

 

Two hundred plus runs partnerships for the first wicket in one day games

Warushavithana Upul Tharanga

WU Tharanga of Sri Lanka owns the record for being a partner in most 200 plus runs partnerships for the first wicket. He has partnered seven such partnerships which is a world record

DA Warner and TM Head of Australia posted 284 runs for the first wicket against Pakistan at Adelaide  on 26.01.17 to provide the 33rd occasion of batsmen posting 200 plus runs partnerships in the history of one day games. All such occasions are listed below in the  order of descending runs of partnerships

No Partners Wkt Runs Inns Team Oppn Ground Start Date
1 ST Jayasuriya, WU Tharanga 1 286 2 Srl Eng Leeds 01 Jul 2006
2 TM Head, DA Warner 1 284 1 Aus Pak Adelaide 26 Jan 2017
3 TM Dilshan, WU Tharanga 1 282 1 Srl Zim Pallekele 10 Mar 2011
4 BB McCullum, JAH Marshall 1 274 1 NZl Ire Aberdeen 01 Jul 2008
5 SC Ganguly, SR Tendulkar 1 258 1 Ind Ken Paarl 24 Oct 2001
6 AD Hales, JJ Roy 1 256* 2 Eng Srl Birmingham 24 Jun 2016
7 SC Ganguly, SR Tendulkar 1 252 1 Ind Srl Col-(RPS) 07 Jul 1998
8 HM Amla, RR Rossouw 1 247 1 RSA Win Johannesburg 18 Jan 2015
9 AJ Finch, SE Marsh 1 246 1 Aus Sco Edinburgh 03 Sep 2013
10 HM Amla, Q de Kock 1 239 2 RSA Eng Centurion 09 Feb 2016
11 MS Atapattu, ST Jayasuriya 1 237 1 Srl Aus Sydney 09 Jan 2003
12 MJ Guptill, TWM Latham 1 236* 2 NZl Zim Harare 04 Aug 2015
13 HH Gibbs, G Kirsten 1 235 1 RSA Ind Kochi 09 Mar 2000
14 TM Dilshan, WU Tharanga 1 231* 2 Srl Eng Col-(RPS) 26 Mar 2011
15 S Dhawan, AM Rahane 1 231 1 Ind Srl Cuttack 02 Nov 2014
16 Imran Farhat, Mohd Hafeez 1 228* 2 Pak Zim Harare 11 Sep 2011
17 DN Chudasama, KO Otieno 1 225 1 Ken Ban Nairobi (G) 10 Oct 1997
18 Mohd Hafeez, Nasir Jamshed 1 224 1 Pak Ind Dhaka 18 Mar 2012
19 H Masakadza, Sikandar Raza 1 224 2 Zim Afg Bulawayo 20 Jul 2014
20 M Jayawardene, WU Tharanga 1 215 2 Srl Ban Dhaka 08 Jan 2010
21 M Jayawardene, WU Tharanga 1 213 1 Srl Ind Kingston 02 Jul 2013
22 DC Boon, GR Marsh 1 212 1 Aus Ind Jaipur 07 Sep 1986
23 AC Gilchrist, ME Waugh 1 206 2 Aus Win Brisbane 14 Jan 2001
24 Rameez Raja, Saeed Anwar 1 204 1 Pak Srl Sharjah 04 Feb 1993
25 SP Fleming, L Vincent 1 204 1 NZl Zim Bulawayo 24 Aug 2005
26 GM Hamilton, DF Watts 1 203 1 Sco Can Aberdeen 07 Jul 2009
27 Rameez Raja, Saeed Anwar 1 202 1 Pak Srl Adelaide 17 Feb 1990
28 M Jayawardene, WU Tharanga 1 202 2 Srl Pak Dambulla 03 Aug 2009
29 G Gambhir, V Sehwag 1 201* 2 Ind NZl Hamilton 11 Mar 2009
30 ST Jayasuriya, WU Tharanga 1 201 2 Srl NZl Napier 28 Dec 2006
31 ST Jayasuriya, KC Sangakkara 1 201 1 Srl Ban Karachi 30 Jun 2008
32 S Chanderpaul, SC Williams 1 200* 2 Win Ind Bridgetown 03 May 1997
33 VS Solanki, ME Trescothick 1 200 2 Eng RSA The Oval 28 Jun 2003

This stand is just two runs shy of the world record for the first wicket partnership in one day games. The world record stand is 286 runs between ST Jayasuriya and WU Tharanga of Sri Lanka against England at Leeds on 01.07.06

No Partners Wkt Runs Inns Team Oppn Ground Start Date
1 ST Jayasuriya, WU Tharanga 1 286 2 Srl Eng Leeds 01 Jul 2006
2 TM Head, DA Warner 1 284 1 Aus Pak Adelaide 26 Jan 2017

This stand represents the fourth 200 plus runs stand posted by Australian batsmen for the first wicket in one day games and also represents the highest partnership for the first wicket. The previous best was 246 runs partnership between AJ Finch and SE Marsh against Scotland at Edinbugh on 03.09.13

No Partners Wkt Runs Inns Team Oppn Ground Start Date
1 TM Head, DA Warner 1 284 1 Aus Pak Adelaide 26 Jan 2017
2 AJ Finch, SE Marsh 1 246 1 Aus Sco Edinburgh 03 Sep 2013
3 DC Boon, GR Marsh 1 212 1 Aus Ind Jaipur 07 Sep 1986
4 AC Gilchrist, ME Waugh 1 206 2 Aus Win Brisbane 14 Jan 2001

This stand represents the second 200 plus runs stand posted by batsmen for the first wicket in one day games against Pakistan and also represents the highest partnership for the first wicket against Pakistan. The previous best t was 202 runs between DPMD Jayawardene and WU Tharanga of Sri Lanka at Dambulla on 03.08.09

No Partners Wkt Runs Inns Team Oppn Ground Start Date
1 TM Head, DA Warner 1 284 1 Aus Pak Adelaide 26 Jan 2017
2 M Jayawardene, WU Tharanga 1 202 2 Srl Pak Dambulla 03 Aug 2009

This stand represents one of the seven 250 plus runs partnerships for the first wicket posted in the history of one day internationals. All the seven stands are listed below

No Partners Wkt Runs Inns Team Oppn Ground Start Date
1 ST Jayasuriya, WU Tharanga 1 286 2 Srl Eng Leeds 01 Jul 2006
2 TM Head, DA Warner 1 284 1 Aus Pak Adelaide 26 Jan 2017
3 TM Dilshan, WU Tharanga 1 282 1 Srl Zim Pallekele 10 Mar 2011
4 BB McCullum, JAH Marshall 1 274 1 NZl Ire Aberdeen 01 Jul 2008
5 SC Ganguly, SR Tendulkar 1 258 1 Ind Ken Paarl 24 Oct 2001
6 AD Hales, JJ Roy 1 256* 2 Eng Srl Birmingham 24 Jun 2016
7 SC Ganguly, SR Tendulkar 1 252 1 Ind Srl Col-(RPS) 07 Jul 1998

The following table lists the six occasions of unfinished partnerships for the first wicket of 200 plus runs in the history of one day games. Of the six partnerships listed below, five games have been won without losing a wicket or by ten wickets. The only game which was decided by DL Method when India was declared victors by 84 runs on DL Method was the game against New Zealand at Hamilton on 11.03.09 when G Gambhir and V Sehwag posted 201runs in an unfinished stand for the first wicket

No Partners Wkt Runs Inns Team Oppn Ground Start Date
1 S Chanderpaul, SC Williams 1 200* 2 Win Ind Bridgetown 03 May 1997
2 G Gambhir, V Sehwag 1 201* 2 Ind NZl Hamilton 11 Mar 2009
3 Imran Farhat, Mohd Hafeez 1 228* 2 Pak Zim Harare 11 Sep 2011
4 TM Dilshan, WU Tharanga 1 231* 2 Srl Eng Col-(RPS) 26 Mar 2011
5 MJ Guptill, TWM Latham 1 236* 2 NZl Zim Harare 04 Aug 2015
6 AD Hales, JJ Roy 1 256* 2 Eng Srl Birmingham 24 Jun 2016

The following table lists the seven 200 partnerships in which WU Tharanga of Sri Lanka is one of the partners.  WU Tharanga owns the world record for most 200 plus runs partnerships the first wicket in which he is one of the partners

No Partners Wkt Runs Inns Team Oppn Ground Start Date
1 ST Jayasuriya, WU Tharanga 1 286 2 Srl Eng Leeds 01 Jul 2006
2 ST Jayasuriya, WU Tharanga 1 201 2 Srl NZl Napier 28 Dec 2006
3 M Jayawardene, WU Tharanga 1 202 2 Srl Pak Dambulla 03 Aug 2009
4 M Jayawardene, WU Tharanga 1 215 2 Srl Ban Dhaka 08 Jan 2010
5 TM Dilshan, WU Tharanga 1 282 1 Srl Zim Pallekele 10 Mar 2011
6 TM Dilshan, WU Tharanga 1 231* 2 Srl Eng Col-(RPS) 26 Mar 2011
7 M Jayawardene, WU Tharanga 1 213 1 Srl Ind Kingston 02 Jul 2013
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