Australia win the second T20I at Guwahati by eight wickets

JP Behrendarff captured 4 for 21 against India at Guwahati in the second T20i to provide the 139th occasion of a bowler capturing four or more wickets in the history of T20Is. It also provides the eighth occasion of an Australian bowler accomplishing such a feat. All such occasions are tabulated below

No Player Overs M Runs W Inns Opposition Ground Start Date
1 MS Kasprowicz 4.0 0 29 4 2 v New Zealand Auckland 17 Feb 2005
2 SR Clark 4.0 0 20 4 1 v Sri Lanka Cape Town 20 Sep 2007
3 DP Nannes 4.0 0 18 4 2 v Bangladesh Bridgetown 05 May 2010
4 SR Watson 4.0 0 15 4 2 v England Adelaide 12 Jan 2011
5 NM Coulter-Nile 4.0 0 31 4 2 v England Hobart 29 Jan 2014
6 JR Hazlewood 4.0 0 30 4 1 v England Melbourne 31 Jan 2014
7 JP Faulkner 4.0 0 27 5 2 v Pakistan Mohali 25 Mar 2016
8 JP Behrendorff 4.0 0 21 4 1 v India Guwahati 10 Oct 2017

JP Behrendarff captured 4 for 21 against India at Guwahati in the second T20i to provide provide the eighth occasion of a bowler capturing four wickets against India in a T20I game. All such occasions are tabulated below

No Player O M Runs W Inns Team Oppn Ground Start Date
1 Mohammad Asif 4.0 0 18 4 1 Pak Ind Durban 14 Sep 2007
2 DL Vettori 4.0 0 20 4 2 NZl Ind Johannesburg 16 Sep 2007
3 DJ Bravo 4.0 0 38 4 1 Win Ind Lord’s 12 Jun 2009
4 DJG Sammy 4.0 0 16 4 1 Win Ind Port of Spain 04 Jun 2011
5 JW Dernbach 3.4 0 22 4 1 Eng Ind Manchester 31 Aug 2011
6 Umar Gul 4.0 0 37 4 1 Pak Ind Ahmedabad 28 Dec 2012
7 MJ Santner 4.0 0 11 4 2 NZl Ind Nagpur 15 Mar 2016
8 JP Behrendorff 4.0 0 21 4 1 Aus Ind Guwahati 10 Oct 2017

JP Behrendorff became the first Australian bowler to capture four wickets in a T20I against India. Prior to this  four bowlers had captured three  wickets against India in T20I

No Player Overs M Runs W Inns Opposition Ground Start Date
1 JP Behrendorff 4.0 0 21 4 1 v India Guwahati 10 Oct 2017
2 NW Bracken 2.3 1 11 3 1 v India Melbourne 01 Feb 2008
3 SW Tait 3.4 0 21 3 2 v India Bridgetown 07 May 2010
4 DP Nannes 4.0 0 25 3 2 v India Bridgetown 07 May 2010
5 SR Watson 4.0 0 34 3 1 v India Colombo (RPS) 28 Sep 2012

JP Behrendorff’s 4 for 21 in this game represent the best bowling figures by an Australian bowler against India. Previous best was 3 for 11 by NW Bracken at Melbourne on 01.02.08

No Player Overs M Runs W Inns Opposition Ground Start Date
1 JP Behrendorff 4.0 0 21 4 1 v India Guwahati 10 Oct 2017
2 NW Bracken 2.3 1 11 3 1 v India Melbourne 01 Feb 2008

V Kohli was dismissed for a duck in this game to provide the 75th occasion of a captain scoring a duck in the history of T20 Internationals. V Kohli became the first Indian captain to suffer such an ignominy. He also became the fifth captain to score a duck against Australia in T20Is. The following table lists the five captains

No Player Runs Inns Team Oppn Ground Start Date
1 MP Vaughan 0 1 Eng Aus Southampton 13 Jun 2005
2 Shahid Afridi 0 1 Pak Aus Birmingham 05 Jul 2010
3 WTS Porterfield 0 1 Ire Aus Colombo (RPS) 19 Sep 2012
4 WU Tharanga 0 2 Srl Aus Melbourne 17 Feb 2017
5 V Kohli 0 1 Ind Aus Guwahati 10 Oct 2017

 

MS Dhoni was dismissed stumped in this game to provide the 31st occasion of a wicket keeper batsman dismissed stumped in the history of T20 Internationals. MS Dhoni became the first Indian wicket keeper batsman to be dismissed stumped in a T20I. He also became the first wicket keeper batsman to be dismissed stumped against Australia in a T20I.

India was dismissed all out for 118 in this game to provide the 199th occasion of a team dismissed all out in  a T20I game. It also provides the seventh occasion of India dismissed all out in a T20I. All such occasions are tabulated below

No Team Score Overs Inns Opposition Ground Start Date
1 India 74 17.3 1 v Australia Melbourne 01 Feb 2008
2 India 135 17.4 2 v Australia Bridgetown 07 May 2010
3 India 165 19.4 1 v England Manchester 31 Aug 2011
4 India 92 17.2 1 v South Africa Cuttack 05 Oct 2015
5 India 101 18.5 1 v Sri Lanka Pune 09 Feb 2016
6 India 79 18.1 2 v New Zealand Nagpur 15 Mar 2016
7 India 118 20.0 1 v Australia Guwahati 10 Oct 2017

India was dismissed all out for 118 in this game to provide the 199th occasion of a team dismissed all out in a T20I game. It also provides the seventh occasion of India dismissed all out in a T20I. All such occasions are tabulated below

No Team Score Overs Inns Opposition Ground Start Date
1 India 74 17.3 1 v Australia Melbourne 01 Feb 2008
2 India 135 17.4 2 v Australia Bridgetown 07 May 2010
3 India 165 19.4 1 v England Manchester 31 Aug 2011
4 India 92 17.2 1 v South Africa Cuttack 05 Oct 2015
5 India 101 18.5 1 v Sri Lanka Pune 09 Feb 2016
6 India 79 18.1 2 v New Zealand Nagpur 15 Mar 2016
7 India 118 20.0 1 v Australia Guwahati 10 Oct 2017

India was dismissed all out for 118 in this game to provide the third occasion of India dismissed all out in a T20I game against Australia. All such occasions are tabulated below

No Team Score Overs Inns Opposition Ground Start Date
1 India 74 17.3 1 v Australia Melbourne 01 Feb 2008
2 India 135 17.4 2 v Australia Bridgetown 07 May 2010
3 India 165 19.4 1 v England Manchester 31 Aug 2011
4 India 92 17.2 1 v South Africa Cuttack 05 Oct 2015
5 India 101 18.5 1 v Sri Lanka Pune 09 Feb 2016
6 India 79 18.1 2 v New Zealand Nagpur 15 Mar 2016
7 India 118 20.0 1 v Australia Guwahati 10 Oct 2017

 

India was dismissed all out for 118 on the last ball of its innings {20.0 overs} to provide the 27th occasion of a team dismissed all out on the last ball of its innings. All such occasions are tabulated below. India was dismissed all out on the last ball of its innings for the first occasion in a T20I.

 

No Team Score Overs Inns Opposition Ground Start Date
1 New Zealand 170 20.0 2 v Australia Auckland 17 Feb 2005
2 Sri Lanka 163 20.0 1 v England Southampton 15 Jun 2006
3 England 135 20.0 1 v Australia Cape Town 14 Sep 2007
4 New Zealand 190 20.0 1 v India Johannesburg 16 Sep 2007
5 Scotland 117 20.0 1 v Ireland Belfast 02 Aug 2008
6 Bermuda 70 20.0 1 v Canada Belfast 05 Aug 2008
7 Canada 138 20.0 2 v Sri Lanka King City (NW) 12 Oct 2008
8 New Zealand 118 20.0 1 v Australia Wellington 26 Feb 2010
9 Australia 191 20.0 1 v Pakistan Gros Islet 02 May 2010
10 Pakistan 157 20.0 2 v Australia Gros Islet 02 May 2010
11 Kenya 107 20.0 1 v Ireland Mombasa 22 Feb 2012
12 Kenya 164 20.0 2 v Scotland ICCA Dubai 13 Mar 2012
13 Bangladesh 128 20.0 1 v Netherlands The Hague 26 Jul 2012
14 Australia 175 20.0 2 v Pakistan Dhaka 23 Mar 2014
15 Nepal 72 20.0 1 v Hong Kong Colombo (PSS) 24 Nov 2014
16 Nepal 109 20.0 1 v Hong Kong Belfast 15 Jul 2015
17 Sri Lanka 139 20.0 2 v West Indies Colombo (RPS) 11 Nov 2015
18 Pakistan 146 20.0 2 v England Dubai (DSC) 26 Nov 2015
19 New Zealand 155 20.0 2 v Pakistan Auckland 15 Jan 2016
20 Afghanistan 172 20.0 2 v South Africa Mumbai 20 Mar 2016
21 Sri Lanka 140 20.0 1 v England Southampton 05 Jul 2016
22 Oman 133 20.0 1 v Scotland Dubai (DSC) 19 Jan 2017
23 Australia 173 20.0 1 v Sri Lanka Geelong 19 Feb 2017
24 Pakistan 132 20.0 1 v West Indies Port of Spain 30 Mar 2017
25 P.N.G. 150 20.0 2 v U.A.E. Abu Dhabi 14 Apr 2017
26 Afghanistan 110 20.0 1 v West Indies Basseterre 02 Jun 2017
27 India 118 20.0 1 v Australia Guwahati 10 Oct 2017

India was dismissed all out for 118 on the last ball of its innings {20.0 overs} to provide the fifth occasion of a team dismissed all out on the last ball of its innings against Australia. All such occasions are tabulated below.

No Team Score Overs Inns Opposition Ground Start Date
1 New Zealand 170 20.0 2 v Australia Auckland 17 Feb 2005
2 England 135 20.0 1 v Australia Cape Town 14 Sep 2007
3 New Zealand 118 20.0 1 v Australia Wellington 26 Feb 2010
4 Pakistan 157 20.0 2 v Australia Gros Islet 02 May 2010
5 India 118 20.0 1 v Australia Guwahati 10 Oct 2017

TM Head-MC Henriques added 109 runs in an unfinished partnership in this game to provide the 112th occasion of batsmen posting a three figure partnership in T20Is. It also provides the 23rd such occasion for the third wicket.

TM Head-MC Henriques added 109 runs in an unfinished partnership in this game to provide the 15th occasion of Australian batsmen posting a three figure partnership in T20Is. It also provides the fifth such occasion for the third wicket.

TM Head-MC Henriques added 109 runs in an unfinished partnership in this game to provide the third occasion of Australian batsmen posting a three figure partnership against India in T20Is. It also provides the first such occasion for the third wicket.

TM Head-MC Henriques added 109 runs in an unfinished partnership in this game which represents the record partnership for the third wicket by Australian batsmen against India in T20Is. The previous best partnership was 66 runs between ML Hayden and A Symonds at Durban on 22.09.07

Australia won this game by eight wickets to represent its 48th win in T20Is. It also represents its 26th win by wickets margin.

No Team Res Margin BR Opposition Ground Start Date
1 Australia won 10 wickets 58 v Sri Lanka Cape Town 20 Sep 2007
2 Australia won 9 wickets 31 v India Colombo (RPS) 28 Sep 2012
3 Australia won 9 wickets 37 v Bangladesh Cape Town 16 Sep 2007
4 Australia won 9 wickets 52 v India Melbourne 01 Feb 2008
5 Australia won 8 wickets 31 v England Melbourne 31 Jan 2014
6 Australia won 8 wickets 27 v India Guwahati 10 Oct 2017
7 Australia won 8 wickets 31 v England Cape Town 14 Sep 2007
8 Australia won 8 wickets 50 v West Indies Sydney 23 Feb 2010
9 Australia won 8 wickets 11 v West Indies Gros Islet 27 Mar 2012
10 Australia won 8 wickets 14 v South Africa Colombo (RPS) 30 Sep 2012
11 Australia won 7 wickets 44 v South Africa Melbourne 07 Nov 2014
12 Australia won 7 wickets 29 v Ireland Colombo (RPS) 19 Sep 2012
13 Australia won 7 wickets 15 v Bangladesh Dhaka 01 Apr 2014
14 Australia won 6 wickets 36 v Pakistan Dubai (DSC) 05 Oct 2014
15 Australia won 6 wickets 30 v South Africa Centurion 14 Mar 2014
16 Australia won 6 wickets 7 v South Africa Brisbane 13 Jan 2009
17 Australia won 6 wickets 4 v South Africa Cape Town 09 Mar 2016
18 Australia won 6 wickets 24 v New Zealand Wellington 26 Feb 2010
19 Australia won 6 wickets 22 v West Indies Gros Islet 11 May 2010
20 Australia won 5 wickets 0 v South Africa Johannesburg 06 Mar 2016
21 Australia won 5 wickets 2 v South Africa Durban 12 Mar 2014
22 Australia won 5 wickets 3 v South Africa Cape Town 13 Oct 2011
23 Australia won 4 wickets 13 v Sri Lanka Colombo (RPS) 09 Sep 2016
24 Australia won 3 wickets 9 v Bangladesh Bengaluru 21 Mar 2016
25 Australia won 3 wickets 1 v Pakistan Gros Islet 14 May 2010
26 Australia won 2 wickets 1 v South Africa Sydney 09 Nov 2014

Australia won this game by eight wickets to represent its third win in T20Is against India by wickets margin. All such occasions are tabulated below

No Team Res Margin BR Opposition Ground Start Date
1 Australia won 9 wickets 31 v India Colombo (RPS) 28 Sep 2012
2 Australia won 9 wickets 52 v India Melbourne 01 Feb 2008
3 Australia won 8 wickets 27 v India Guwahati 10 Oct 2017

Australia won this game by eight wickets to provide its sixth win by exact eight wickets margin All such occasions are tabulated below

No Team Res Margin BR Opposition Ground Start Date
1 Australia won 8 wickets 31 v England Cape Town 14 Sep 2007
2 Australia won 8 wickets 50 v West Indies Sydney 23 Feb 2010
3 Australia won 8 wickets 11 v West Indies Gros Islet 27 Mar 2012
4 Australia won 8 wickets 14 v South Africa Colombo (RPS) 30 Sep 2012
5 Australia won 8 wickets 31 v England Melbourne 31 Jan 2014
6 Australia won 8 wickets 27 v India Guwahati 10 Oct 2017

India lost this game by eight wickets to provide its 32nd loss in T20Is. It also provides the 18th loss by wickets margin. All such occasions are tabulated below. It also provides its  first loss by exact eight wickets margin.

No Team Res Margin BR Opposition Ground Start Date
1 India lost 9 wickets 9 v West Indies Kingston 09 Jul 2017
2 India lost 9 wickets 52 v Australia Melbourne 01 Feb 2008
3 India lost 9 wickets 31 v Australia Colombo (RPS) 28 Sep 2012
4 India lost 8 wickets 27 v Australia Guwahati 10 Oct 2017
5 India lost 7 wickets 2 v West Indies Mumbai 31 Mar 2016
6 India lost 7 wickets 8 v West Indies Lord’s 12 Jun 2009
7 India lost 7 wickets 11 v England Kanpur 26 Jan 2017
8 India lost 7 wickets 7 v New Zealand Christchurch 25 Feb 2009
9 India lost 7 wickets 2 v South Africa Dharamsala 02 Oct 2015
10 India lost 6 wickets 17 v South Africa Cuttack 05 Oct 2015
11 India lost 6 wickets 3 v England Manchester 31 Aug 2011
12 India lost 6 wickets 13 v Sri Lanka Dhaka 06 Apr 2014
13 India lost 6 wickets 8 v England Kolkata 29 Oct 2011
14 India lost 6 wickets 0 v England Mumbai 22 Dec 2012
15 India lost 5 wickets 0 v Sri Lanka Gros Islet 11 May 2010
16 India lost 5 wickets 0 v New Zealand Wellington 27 Feb 2009
17 India lost 5 wickets 2 v Pakistan Bengaluru 25 Dec 2012
18 India lost 5 wickets 12 v Sri Lanka Pune 09 Feb 2016

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