RR Pant earns a dubious distinction

RR Pant of India earned a dubious distinction in this test. He faced 29 deliveries and scored a duck in India’s innings against England in the ongoing test at Southampton. He earned the distinction of becoming the wicketkeeper-batsman to face most deliveries without scoring in the annals of test cricket. The previous record in this category of statistics was credited to JC Buttler of England who had faced 22 deliveries without scoring against West Indies at North Sound in Apr 2015.  JC Buttler is keeping wickets for England in this test. The following are the three wickets keeper who has faced 20 plus deliveries without scoring in the annals of test cricket’

No Player Runs BF Inns Team Oppn Ground Start Date
1 RR Pant 0 29 2 Ind Eng Southampton 30 Aug 2018
2 JC Buttler 0 22 1 Eng Win North Sound 13 Apr 2015
3 D Williams 0 21 4 Win Aus Melbourne 26 Dec 1992

V Kohli completes the 6000 test runs

V Kohli of India completed 6000 runs in tests when he was on 6 during the course of his knock of 46 against England in the ongoing test at Southhampton. At the end of his innings, his run aggregate read 6040. He became the 66th batsman in the annals of test cricket to aggregate 6000 plus runs and the tenth Indian batsman to reach the landmark,  The following table lists all the ten batsmen.

No Player Span Mat Inns NO Runs HS Ave 100 50 0
1 SR Tendulkar 1989-2013 200 329 33 15921 248* 53.78 51 68 14
2 R Dravid 1996-2012 163 284 32 13265 270 52.63 36 63 07
3 SM Gavaskar 1971-1987 125 214 16 10122 236* 51.12 34 45 12
4 VVS Laxman 1996-2012 134 225 34 08781 281 45.97 17 56 14
5 V Sehwag 2001-2013 103 178 06 08503 319 49.43 23 31 16
6 SC Ganguly 1996-2008 113 188 17 07212 239 42.17 16 35 13
7 DB Vengsarkar 1976-1992 116 185 22 06868 166 42.13 17 35 15
8 M Azharuddin 1984-2000 099 147 09 06215 199 45.03 22 21 05
9 GR Viswanath 1969-1983 091 155 10 06080 222 41.93 14 35 10
10 V Kohli 2011-2018 070 119 08 06040 243 54.41 23 18 06

England batsman batting at number eight scoring a fifty in a test innings against India

SM Curran of England scored 78 against India in the ongoing test at Southampton to provide the 17th occasion of an England batsman batting at number eight scoring a fifty in a test innings against India. All such occasions are tabulated below.

No Player Runs Inns Opposition Ground Start Date
1 RWV Robins 76 2 v India Manchester 25 Jul 1936
2 R Swetman 65 2 v India The Oval 20 Aug 1959
3 RA Hutton 81 1 v India The Oval 19 Aug 1971
4 CM Old 52 2 v India Kolkata 01 Jan 1977
5 DL Bairstow 59 3 v India The Oval 30 Aug 1979
6 PH Edmonds 64 1 v India Lord’s 10 Jun 1982
7 C White 53 1 v India Lord’s 25 Jul 2002
8 C White 94* 2 v India Nottingham 08 Aug 2002
9 MJ Prior 53* 1 v India Chennai 11 Dec 2008
10 SCJ Broad 74* 3 v India Lord’s 21 Jul 2011
11 TT Bresnan 90 3 v India Nottingham 29 Jul 2011
12 TT Bresnan 53* 2 v India Birmingham 10 Aug 2011
13 JC Buttler 70 2 v India Manchester 07 Aug 2014
14 H Hameed 59* 3 v India Mohali 26 Nov 2016
15 LA Dawson 66* 1 v India Chennai 16 Dec 2016
16 SM Curran 63 3 v India Birmingham 01 Aug 2018
17 SM Curran 78 1 v India Southampton 30 Aug 2018

SM Curran of England scored 78 against India in the ongoing test at Southampton to provide the 13th  occasion of an England batsman batting at number eight scoring a fifty in a test innings against India in England. All such occasions are tabulated below.

No Player Runs Inns Opposition Ground Start Date
1 RWV Robins 76 2 v India Manchester 25 Jul 1936
2 R Swetman 65 2 v India The Oval 20 Aug 1959
3 RA Hutton 81 1 v India The Oval 19 Aug 1971
4 DL Bairstow 59 3 v India The Oval 30 Aug 1979
5 PH Edmonds 64 1 v India Lord’s 10 Jun 1982
6 C White 53 1 v India Lord’s 25 Jul 2002
7 C White 94* 2 v India Nottingham 08 Aug 2002
7 SCJ Broad 74* 3 v India Lord’s 21 Jul 2011
8 TT Bresnan 90 3 v India Nottingham 29 Jul 2011
10 TT Bresnan 53* 2 v India Birmingham 10 Aug 2011
11 JC Buttler 70 2 v India Manchester 07 Aug 2014
12 SM Curran 63 3 v India Birmingham 01 Aug 2018
13 SM Curran 78 1 v India Southampton 30 Aug 2018

SM Curran’s 78 in this test provides the second occasion of his scoring a fifty while batting at number eight against India. The other occasion was at Birmingham test which has a start date of 01 Aug 2018 in which he had made 63. SM Curran became the third England batsman to score the fifties while batting at number eight on two occasions against India. Others are  C White and TT Bresnan. The following table lists the fifties scored by these three batsmen.

No Player Runs Inns Opposition Ground Start Date
1 C White 53 1 v India Lord’s 25 Jul 2002
2 C White 94* 2 v India Nottingham 08 Aug 2002
             
1 SM Curran 63 3 v India Birmingham 01 Aug 2018
2 SM Curran 78 1 v India Southampton 30 Aug 2018
             
1 TT Bresnan 90 3 v India Nottingham 29 Jul 2011
2 TT Bresnan 53* 2 v India Birmingham 10 Aug 2011

 

England losing six wickets in a test innings for 90 and less than 90 runs

England scoreboard read six for 80 in the first innings in the ongoing test against India at Southampton to provide the eleventh occasion of England losing its six wickets for 90 and less than 90 runs in a test innings against India. All such occasions are tabulated below. It also provides the second occasion of England losing its six wickets for 90 and less than 90 runs against India in the first innings of a test. The other occasion was at Nottingham in Jul 2011 when  England had lost its six wickets for 88 runs.

No FoW Inns Opposition Ground Start Date
1 6/50 4 v India Mumbai 27 Nov 1981
2 6/61 4 v India Bengaluru 28 Jan 1977
3 6/63 2 v India Leeds 19 Jun 1986
4 6/65 3 v India The Oval 19 Aug 1971
5 6/80 2 v India Lord’s 18 Jun 1959
6 6/80 2 v India Ahmedabad 15 Nov 2012
7 6/86 3 v India Birmingham 01 Aug 2018
8 6/86 1 v India Southampton 30 Aug 2018
9 6/88 1 v India Nottingham 29 Jul 2011
10 6/89 2 v India Kolkata 29 Jan 1993
11 6/90 4 v India Leeds 19 Jun 1986

I Sharma joins the elite club of Indian bowlers who have captured 250 plus wickets in tests

I Sharma captured his  250th wicket in tests when he had England captain JE Root leg before the wicket for 4 in England’s first innings in the ongoing test against India at Southampton. At the end of the first day’s play, his tally read 251 wickets. I  Sharma became the seventh Indian bowler to capture 250 plus test wickets. All such occasions  are listed below

No Player Mat Inns Balls Runs Wkts BBI BBM Ave 5 10
1 A Kumble 132 236 40850 18355 619 10/74 14/149 29.65 35 8
2 N Kapil Dev 131 227 27740 12867 434 09/83 11/146 29.64 23 2
3 Harbhajan Singh 103 190 28580 13537 417 08/84 15/217 32.46 25 5
4 R Ashwin 062 115 17248 08286 326 07/59 13/140 25.41 26 7
5 Z Khan 092 165 18785 10247 311 07/87 10/149 32.94 11 1
6 BS Bedi 067 118 21364 07637 266 07/98 10/194 28.71 14 1
7 I Sharma 086 152 16254 08782 251 07/74 10/108 34.98 08 1

I Sharma became the third Indian pace bowler to capture 250 plus test wickets after N Kapil Dev and Z Khan. The performance of these three bowlers is furnished below.

No Player Mat Inns Balls Runs Wkts BBI BBM Ave 5 10
1 N Kapil Dev 131 227 27740 12867 434 09/83 11/146 29.64 23 2
2 Z Khan 092 165 18785 10247 311 07/87 10/149 32.94 11 1
3 I Sharma 086 152 16254 08782 251 07/74 10/108 34.98 08 1

 

England opening batsmen scoring a duck against India in a test innings

KK Jennings of England scored a duck in the first innings of the ongoing test against India at Southampton to provide the seventh occasion of an England opening batsman scoring a duck against India in test innings. All such occasions are tabulated below.

No Player Pos Runs Inns Opposition Ground Start Date
1 A Mitchell 1 0 4 v India Lord’s 27 Jun 1936
2 WN Slack 2 0 2 v India Leeds 19 Jun 1986
3 GA Gooch 1 0 1 v India Birmingham 03 Jul 1986
4 MA Atherton 1 0 1 v India Lord’s 20 Jun 1996
5 MP Vaughan 2 0 1 v India Lord’s 25 Jul 2002
6 AN Cook 1 0 3 v India Birmingham 01 Aug 2018
7 KK Jennings 2 0 1 v India Southampton 30 Aug 2018

It also provides the fourth occasion of an England opening batsman scoring a duck against India in the first innings of a test played in England. All such occasions are listed below

No Player Pos Runs Inns Opposition Ground Start Date
3 GA Gooch 1 0 1 v India Birmingham 03 Jul 1986
4 MA Atherton 1 0 1 v India Lord’s 20 Jun 1996
5 MP Vaughan 2 0 1 v India Lord’s 25 Jul 2002
7 KK Jennings 2 0 1 v India Southampton 30 Aug 2018

KK Jennings became the third England opening batsman to collect a duck against India while batting at number two in a test played in England. All the three occasions are tabulated below

No Player Pos Runs Inns Opposition Ground Start Date
1 WN Slack 2 0 2 v India Leeds 19 Jun 1986
2 MP Vaughan 2 0 1 v India Lord’s 25 Jul 2002
3 KK Jennings 2 0 1 v India Southampton 30 Aug 2018

It also provides the 15th occasion of an England opening batsman scoring a duck in  a test innings against  India. All such occasions are listed below

No Player Pos Runs Inns Opposition Ground Start Date
1 CJ Barnett 2 0 4 v India Kolkata 05 Jan 1934
2 A Mitchell 1 0 4 v India Lord’s 27 Jun 1936
3 RT Spooner 2 0 4 v India Kanpur 12 Jan 1952
4 AR Lewis 1 0 2 v India Mumbai (BS) 06 Feb 1973
5 DL Amiss 1 0 4 v India Bengaluru 28 Jan 1977
6 WN Slack 2 0 2 v India Leeds 19 Jun 1986
7 GA Gooch 1 0 1 v India Birmingham 03 Jul 1986
8 AJ Stewart 2 0 2 v India Kolkata 29 Jan 1993
9 AJ Stewart 2 0 3 v India Chennai 11 Feb 1993
10 MA Atherton 1 0 1 v India Lord’s 20 Jun 1996
11 MP Vaughan 2 0 1 v India Lord’s 25 Jul 2002
12 AJ Strauss 1 0 2 v India Mohali 19 Dec 2008
13 KK Jennings 2 0 3 v India Mumbai 08 Dec 2016
14 AN Cook 1 0 3 v India Birmingham 01 Aug 2018
15 KK Jennings 2 0 1 v India Southampton 30 Aug 2018

It also provides the eighth occasion of an England opening batsman batting at number two scoring a duck in  a test innings against  India. All such occasions are listed below

No Player Pos Runs Inns Opposition Ground Start Date
1 CJ Barnett 2 0 4 v India Kolkata 05 Jan 1934
2 RT Spooner 2 0 4 v India Kanpur 12 Jan 1952
3 WN Slack 2 0 2 v India Leeds 19 Jun 1986
4 AJ Stewart 2 0 2 v India Kolkata 29 Jan 1993
5 AJ Stewart 2 0 3 v India Chennai 11 Feb 1993
6 MP Vaughan 2 0 1 v India Lord’s 25 Jul 2002
7 KK Jennings 2 0 3 v India Mumbai 08 Dec 2016
8 KK Jennings 2 0 1 v India Southampton 30 Aug 2018

KK Jennings’s duck in this test provides his second duck against India while batting at number two in test innings. The first such occasion was at Mumbai in  Dec 2016. KK Jennings became the second England opening batsman batting at number two to score a duck in a test innings against India on two occasions after AJ Stewart. The ducks scored by these two batsmen are listed below

No Player Pos Runs Inns Opposition Ground Start Date
1 AJ Stewart 2 0 2 v India Kolkata 29 Jan 1993
2 AJ Stewart 2 0 3 v India Chennai 11 Feb 1993
               
1 KK Jennings 2 0 3 v India Mumbai 08 Dec 2016
2 KK Jennings 2 0 1 v India Southampton 30 Aug 2018

 

England vs India – Fourth Test at Southampton – First day’s stats highlights

I Sharma needed one more wicket for his 50 wickets against England. He took the wicket of England Captain J Root leg before wicket for 4 to claim his 50th wicket against England on the opening day of the fourth test between England and India at Southampton.  He became the seventh Indian bowler to capture 50 wickets against England. Others are – BS Chandrashekhar {95}, A Kumble {92}, BS Bedi {85}, N Kapil Dev {85}, MH Mankad {54} and R Ashwin {53}. I Sharma has captured  51 wickets against England at  the end of  the first day’s play

I Sharma became the second Indian pace bowler to capture 50 wickets against England. N Kapil Dev is the other pace bowler to achieve the feat. He has captured 85 wickets against England. I Sharma has captured  51 wickets against England at  the end of  the first day’s play

I Sharma has captured 38 wickets against England in England at  the end of  the first day’s play.  He occupies the second place in the list of Indian bowlers who have captured most wickets against England in England. N Kapil Dev with 43 wickets to his credit occupies the first place. I Sharma went past A Kumble who had taken 36 wickets against England in England to occupy the second place. 

R Ashwin had an aggregate of 99 wickets on away soil prior to the start of this test. He captured his 100th wicket on away soil, when he had Moeen Ali caught by Bumrah for 40 on the first day of the test at Southampton against England. He became the ninth Indian bowler to capture 100 plus wickets on away soil. Others  are A Kumble {269}, N Kapil Dev {215}, Z Khan {207}, I Sharma {166}, Harbhajan Singh {152}, BS Bedi {129}, J Srinath {128} and BS Chandrashekhar {100}. R Ashwin has captured 101 wickets on away soil at  the end of  the first day’s play

England was dismissed all out for a total of 246 runs in the first innings of this test to provide the 15th occasion of England dismissed all out against India at home for a total of less than 250 runs. It also provides the third occasion of England dismissed all out for a total of less than 250 runs at home in the first innings of a test against India. The other two occasions are – 198 at Nottingham in Jul 2007 and 221 at Nottingham in Jul 2011

Partnerships between 90 and 99 runs in Karnataka Premier League

AA Hoysala and RR Bhatkal of Mysore Warriors added 99 runs for the first wicket against Shivamogga Lions at  Mysore on 28.08.18 to provide the 12th occasion of batsmen posting a partnership between 90 and 99 runs in KPL. All such occasions are tabulated below. It also provides the first occasion of batsmen posting a partnership of 99 runs in KPL.  The descending order of partnership runs and also the wicket wise break up are furnished below

PARTNERSHIPS BETWEEN 90 AND 99 IN KPL – CHRONOLOGICAL ORDER
No Partners Runs Wkt Team Opposition Ground Match Date
1 NS Bhille, HTS Rao 96 1st Maharaajas Bulls Bangalore 10 Sep 2009
2 SK Jain, B Akhil 97 4th Provident Brigadiers Bengaluru 13 Sep 2009
3 MR Beerala, G Dhiman 93 1st Bulls Mangalore Mysore 18 Sep 2009
4 MK  Manjunath, VST Naidu 93 1st Provident Panthers Bengaluru 19 Sep 2010
5 S Ibrez, DA Chougule 91 1st Brigadiers Bulls Bengaluru 28 Sep 2010
6 KB Pawan, SA Bhavane 98* 1st Mysuru Rockstars Mysore 03 Sep 2014
7 KB Pawan, KR Kapoor 91 2nd Hubli-T Rockstars Hubballi 04 Sep 2015
8 SH Kirmani, MK Abbaas 90 2nd Shivamogga Bulls Hubballi 09 Sep 2015
9 N Shekawat, SA Bhavane 91 2nd Mangalore Rockstars Hubballi 17 Sep 2016
10 Liyan Khan, S Manager 93 3rd Shivamogga Bulls Mysore 07 Sep 2017
11 RR Bhatkal, Amit Verma 91 2nd Mysuru Bellary Hubballi 20 Aug 2018
12 A Arjun Hoysala, RR Bhatkal 99 1st Mysuru-W Shivamogga Mysore 28 Aug 2018
PARTNERSHIPS BETWEEN 90 AND 99 IN KPL – DESCENDING ORDER OF RUNS
No Partners Runs Wkt Team Opposition Ground Match Date
1 A Arjun Hoysala, RR Bhatkal 99 1st Mysuru-W Shivamogga Mysore 28 Aug 2018
2 KB Pawan, SA Bhavane 98* 1st Mysuru Rockstars Mysore 03 Sep 2014
3 SK Jain, B Akhil 97 4th Provident Brigadiers Bengaluru 13 Sep 2009
4 NS Bhille, HTS Rao 96 1st Maharaajas Bulls Bangalore 10 Sep 2009
5 MR Beerala, G Dhiman 93 1st Bulls Mangalore Mysore 18 Sep 2009
6 MK  Manjunath, VST Naidu 93 1st Provident Panthers Bengaluru 19 Sep 2010
7 Liyan Khan, S Manager 93 3rd Shivamogga Bulls Mysore 07 Sep 2017
8 S Ibrez, DA Chougule 91 1st Brigadiers Bulls Bengaluru 28 Sep 2010
9 KB Pawan, KR Kapoor 91 2nd Hubli-T Rockstars Hubballi 04 Sep 2015
10 N Shekawat, SA Bhavane 91 2nd Mangalore Rockstars Hubballi 17 Sep 2016
11 RR Bhatkal, Amit Verma 91 2nd Mysuru Bellary Hubballi 20 Aug 2018
12 SH Kirmani, MK Abbaas 90 2nd Shivamogga Bulls Hubballi 09 Sep 2015
PARTNERSHIPS BETWEEN 90 AND 99 IN KPL – WICKET  WISE
No Partners Runs Wkt Team Opposition Ground Match Date
1 NS Bhille, HTS Rao 96 1st Maharaajas Bulls Bangalore 10 Sep 2009
2 MR Beerala, G Dhiman 93 1st Bulls Mangalore Mysore 18 Sep 2009
3 MK  Manjunath, VST Naidu 93 1st Provident Panthers Bengaluru 19 Sep 2010
4 S Ibrez, DA Chougule 91 1st Brigadiers Bulls Bengaluru 28 Sep 2010
5 KB Pawan, SA Bhavane 98* 1st Mysuru Rockstars Mysore 03 Sep 2014
6 A Arjun Hoysala, RR Bhatkal 99 1st Mysuru-W Shivamogga Mysore 28 Aug 2018
               
1 KB Pawan, KR Kapoor 91 2nd Hubli-T Rockstars Hubballi 04 Sep 2015
2 SH Kirmani, MK Abbaas 90 2nd Shivamogga Bulls Hubballi 09 Sep 2015
3 N Shekawat, SA Bhavane 91 2nd Mangalore Rockstars Hubballi 17 Sep 2016
4 RR Bhatkal, Amit Verma 91 2nd Mysuru Bellary Hubballi 20 Aug 2018
               
1 Liyan Khan, S Manager 93 3rd Shivamogga Bulls Mysore 07 Sep 2017
               
1 SK Jain, B Akhil 97 4th Provident Brigadiers Bengaluru 13 Sep 2009

 

KPL 2018 – Match  No 14 – Belagavi Panthers vs Shivamogga Lions at Mysuru on 29.08.18 – Belagavi  Panthers won by five wickets

AA Joshi scored 54 in this game to provide the 202nd occasion of a batsman scoring fitty in KPL. It also provides the 14th occasion of a Shivamogga batsman scoring a fifty in KPL. It also provides the 31st occasion of a captain scoring a fifty in KPL. All such occasions are listed below

No Pos */+ Player Runs Team Opposition Ground Date
01 01 * KL Rahul 106* Hubli-T Rockstars Hubballi 10.09.14
02 01 * J Arunkumar 95 Panthers Maharaajas Bangalore 12.09.09
03 02 * B Chipli 89 Mangalore Diamonds Bangalore 10.09.09
04 05 * SN Raju 78* Mysuru-W Bellary Mysore 10.09.17
05 01 *+ RK Sabharwal 78 Mangalore Diamonds Bangalore 29.09.10
06 01 * J Arunkumar 73 Panthers Bulls Bangalore 16.09.09
07 03 * R Vinay Kumar 70 Panthers Hubli-T Hubballi 22.09.16
08 06 * B Akhil 69* Bulls Rockstars Mysore 13.09.15
09 02 * B Chipli 68 Bulls Panthers Hubballi 18.09.17
10 01 *+ RK Sabharwal 67 Mangalore Hubli-T Bangalore 06.09.14
11 03 * RV Uthappa 67 Bulls Shivamogga Hubballi 24.09.16
12 01 *+ RK Sabharwal 65 Mangalore Bulls Mysore 31.08.14
13 03 * KR Kapoor 65 Hubli-T Mangalore Hubballi 25.09.16
14 03 * R Vinay Kumar 64* Panthers Mangalore Hubballi 03.09.15
15 02 *+ CM Gautam 64 Mangalore Mysuru-W Hubballi 17.09.16
16 02 * B Chipli 63 Bellary Panthers Mysore 14.09.15
17 02 * B Chipli 63 Bulls Bellary Mysore 09.09.17
18 04 * SP Shinde 61 Bulls Provident Bangalore 14.09.09
19 03 * R Vinay Kumar 60* Panthers Bulls Mysore 16.09.15
20 01 * J Arunkumar 60 Panthers Brigadiers Bangalore 22.09.09
21 01 * Ganesh Satish 58* Gladiators Maharaajas Bangalore 19.09.10
22 02 *+ CM Gautam 58 Mysuru-W Bulls Mysore 14.09.15
23 05 * B Akhil 55 Provident Brigadiers Bangalore 13.09.09
24 04 * R Vinay Kumar 52 Panthers Mysuru-W Hubballi 09.09.15
25 04 * MK Pandey 52 Mysuru-W Bellary Hubballi 21.09.16
26 05 * SB Joshi 51* Diamonds Mangalore Bangalore 29.09.10
27 01 * J Arunkumar 51 Panthers Gladiators Bangalore 13.09.09
28 03 * RV Uthappa 51 Bulls Hubli-T Hubballi 19.09.16
29 05 * STR Binny 50* Shivamogga Rockstars Hubballi 25.09.16
30 03 * RV Uthappa 81 Blasters Panthers Bangalore 15.08.18
31 05 * AA Joshi 54 Shivamogga Panthers Mysuru 29.08.18

AA Joshi’s 54 in this game provides the second occasion of a Shivamogga captain scoring a fifty in KPL. Both the occasion are listed below

No Pos */+ Player Runs Team Opposition Ground Date
1 05 * STR Binny 50* Shivamogga Rockstars Hubballi 25.09.16
2 05 * AA Joshi 54 Shivamogga Panthers Mysuru 29.08.18

AA Joshi’s 54 in this game was in a losing cause to provide the 57th occasion of a batsman’s fifty in a losing cause. It also provides the eighth occasion of a captain’s fifty in a losing cuase  in KPL. All such occasions are listed below

No Pos */+ Player Runs Team Opposition Ground Date Res
1 01 * J Arunkumar 73 Panthers Bulls Bangalore 16.09.09 L
2 05 * SB Joshi 51* Diamonds Mangalore Bangalore 29.09.10 L
3 01 *+ RK Sabharwal 67 Mangalore Hubli-T Bangalore 06.09.14 L
4 02 *+ CM Gautham 64 Mangalore Mysore-W Hubli 17.09.16 L
5 03 * R Vinay Kumar 70 Panthers Hubli-T Hubli 22.09.16 L
6 05 * SN Raju 78* Mysore-W Bellary Mysore 10.09.17 L
7 05 * STR Binny 55* Belagavi Bulls Hubballi 18.09.17 L
8 05 * AA Joshi 54 Shivamogga Panthers Mysuru 29.08.18 L

D Negi  scored 54  in this game  to  provide the 203rd occasion of a batsman scoring a fifty in KPL. It also provides the 79th occasion of an opening batsman batting at number one scoring a fifty in KPL. It also provides the 39th occasion of a Panthers batsman  scoring a fifty in KPL.

P Shekhawat was dismissed run out for 12 in this game to provide the 260th occasion of a batsman dismissed run out in KPL.

Belagavi Panthers posted its 28th win in KPL when they won this game by five wickets. It now shares the record for most wins by a team in KPL with Bijapur Bulls.

KPL 2018 – Match No 13 – Mysuru Warriors vs Shivamogga Lions at Mysore on 26.08.18 – Mysuru Warriors won  by six wickets

This  game witnessed three run outs in Shivmogga Lions innings – BR Sharath, Rohit K and K Hoysala – to provide  the 257th, 258th and 259th occasion of a batsman run out in KPL. BR Sharath’s run out in this game provide the 30th occasion of an opening batsman batting at number one dismissed run out in KPL.

K Hoysala was dismissed run out for a duck in this game to provide the 34th occasion of a batsman dismissed run out for a duck in KPL. He also became the eighth batsman in the history of KPL to be dismissed run out for a duck without playing a delivery. The following table lists all the batsmen

No

Batsmen

MoD

Runs

BF

Team

Opposition

Venue

Date

1

S Manager

R out

00

00

Maharajaas

Bulls

Bangalore

10.09.09

2

C Raghu

R out

00

00

Maharajaas

Brigadiers

Bangalore

21.09.10

3

NC Aiyappa

R out

00

00

Belagavi

Mangalore

Mysuru

02.09.14

4

S Gopal

R out

00

00

Shivamogga

Belagavi`

Mysuru

12.09.15

5

R Jonathan

R out

00

00

Shivamogga

Blasters

Mysuru

11.09.17

6

S Akshay

R out

00

00

Mysore

Shivamogga

Hubballi

19.09.17

7

B Chipli

R out

00

00

Bulls

Panthers

Hubballi

23.09.17

8

K Hoysala

R out

00

00

Shivamogga

Mysore-W

Mysuru

28.08.18

This  game witnessed three run outs in Shivmogga Lions innings – BR Sharath, Rohit K and K Hoysala – to provide  the th occasion of three batsman run out in KPL. All such occasions are tabulated below

No

No

Batsmen

MoD

Runs

Team

Opposition

Venue

Date

1

1

DA Chowgule

R out

06

Brigadiers

Mangalore

Bangalore

11.09.09

 

2

DK Mathias

R out

30

Brigadiers

Mangalore

Bangalore

11.09.09

 

3

NV Prasad

R out

13

Brigadiers

Mangalore

Bangalore

11.09.09

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

2

1

S Sampath

R out

09

Belagavi

Malnad

Bangalore

13.09.09

 

2

BMV Uthappa

R out

01

Belagavi

Malnad

Bangalore

13.09.09

 

3

SA Syed

R out

00

Belagavi

Malnad

Bangalore

13.09.09

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

3

1

RP Rai

R out

04

Shamanoor

Maharajaas

Bangalore

15.09.09

 

2

M Nidesh

R out

17

Shamanoor

Maharajaas

Bangalore

15.09.09

 

3

P Magizhendan

R out

00

Shamanoor

Maharajaas

Bangalore

15.09.09

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

4

1

MK Manjunath

R out

05

Provident

Shamanoor

Bangalore

18.09.10

 

2

SK Jain

R out

08

Provident

Shamanoor

Bangalore

18.09.10

 

3

Rahul K Bhatal

R out

01

Provident

Shamanoor

Bangalore

18.09.10

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

5

1

N Bille

R out

27

Maharajaas

Brigadiers

Bangalore

21.09.10

 

2

SP Manjunath

R out

01

Maharajaas

Brigadiers

Bangalore

21.09.10

 

3

C Raghu

R out

00

Maharajaas

Brigadiers

Bangalore

21.09.10

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

6

1

PU Deshpande

R out

16

Shamanoor

Mangalore

Bangalore

29.09.10

 

2

YKT Goud

R out

15

Shamanoor

Mangalore

Bangalore

29.09.10

 

3

G Chiranjeevi

R out

03

Shamanoor

Mangalore

Bangalore

29.09.10

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

7

1

UB Patel

R out

04

Mangalore

Provident

Bangalore

29.09.10

 

2

AF Pashan

R out

01

Mangalore

Provident

Bangalore

29.09.10

 

3

S Aravind

R out

01

Mangalore

Provident

Bangalore

29.09.10

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

8

1

SK  Jain

R out

00

Belagavi

Mangalore

Mysuru

02.09.14

 

2

S Hoover

R out

02

Belagavi

Mangalore

Mysuru

02.09.14

 

3

NC Aiyappa

R out

00

Belagavi

Mangalore

Mysuru

02.09.14

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

9

1

RK Sabharwal

R out

18

Mangalore

Mysuru-W

Hubballi

11.09.14

 

2

RK Sabharwal

R out

18

Mangalore

Mysuru-W

Hubballi

11.09.14

 

3

UB Patel

R out

00

Mangalore

Mysuru-W

Hubballi

11.09.14

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

10

1

Praveen Kumar

R out

05

Mangalore

Hubli-T

Mysuru

18.09.15

 

2

RG More

R out

15

Mangalore

Hubli-T

Mysuru

18.09.15

 

3

M  Yadav

R out

00

Mangalore

Hubli-T

Mysuru

18.09.15

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

11

1

S Sharath

R out

28

Shivamogga

Rockstars

Hubballi

25.09.16

 

2

S Gopal

R out

27

Shivamogga

Rockstars

Hubballi

25.09.16

 

3

S Zeeshan Ali

R out

06

Shivamogga

Rockstars

Hubballi

25.09.16

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

12

1

P Shekawath

R out

02

Bulls

Bellary

Hubballi

29.09.16

 

2

KC Cariappa

R out

00

Bulls

Bellary

Hubballi

29.09.16

 

3

SA Khadir

R out

02

Bulls

Bellary

Hubballi

29.09.16

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

13

1

BR Sharath

R out

46

Shivamogga

Mysore-W

Mysuru

28.08.18

 

2

K Rohit

R out

08

Shivamogga

Mysore-W

Mysuru

28.08.18

 

3

K Hoysala

R out

00

Shivamogga

Mysore-W

Mysuru

28.08.18

This  game witnessed three run outs in Shivmogga Lions innings – BR Sharath, Rohit K and K Hoysala – to provide  the second occasion of Shivamogga team’s three batsman run out in KPL. Both such occasions are tabulated below. The first such occasion was witnessed against Rockstars at Hubballi on 25.09.16

No

No

Batsmen

MoD

Runs

Team

Opposition

Venue

Date

1

1

S Sharath

R out

28

Shivamogga

Rockstars

Hubballi

25.09.16

 

2

S Gopal

R out

27

Shivamogga

Rockstars

Hubballi

25.09.16

 

3

S Zeeshan Ali

R out

06

Shivamogga

Rockstars

Hubballi

25.09.16

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

2

1

BR Sharath

R out

46

Shivamogga

Mysore-W

Mysuru

28.08.18

 

2

K Rohit

R out

08

Shivamogga

Mysore-W

Mysuru

28.08.18

 

3

K Hoysala

R out

00

Shivamogga

Mysore-W

Mysuru

28.08.18

A Mithun was dismissed stumped in this game to provide the 90th occasion of a batsman dismissed stumped in KPL. It also provides the sixth occasion of a Shivamogga batsman dismissed stumped in the tournament

This game witnessed three batsmen caught by substitutes – R Jonathan, AA Joshi and K Kamat – to provide  the 20th, 21st and 22nd occasion of a batsman dismissed caught by substitutes in KPL. All such occasions are listed below

No

Batsmen

MoD

Runs

Team

Opposition

Venue

Date

1

C Raghu

Ct-s

15

Maharajaas

Bulls

Bangalore

10.09.09

2

N Haldipur

Ct-s

11

Mangalore

Malnad

Bangalore

15.09.09

3

RV Uthappa

Ct-s

05

Brigadiers

Malnad

Bangalore

27.09.10

4

TK Ananth

Ct-s

01

Brigadiers

Malnad

Bangalore

27.09.10

5

B Chipli

Ct-s

20

Belgavi

Bulls

Bangalore

05.09.14

6

KB Pawan

Ct-s

25

Mysuru-W

Bellary

Bangalore

07.09.14

7

Amit Verma

Ct-s

06

Bellary

Shivamogga

Hubballi

06.09.15

8

CJ William

Ct-s

30

Hubli-T

Belagavi

Hubballi

08.09.15

9

S Kaushik

Ct-s

04

Hubli-T

Belagavi

Hubballi

08.09.15

10

DK Mathias

Ct-s

16

Shivamogga

Mangalore

Hubballi

22.09.16

11

MK Pandey

Ct-s

04

Mysuru-W

Bulls

Hubballi

23.09.16

12

J Suchith

Ct-s

06

Mysuru-W

Belgavi

Hubballi

24.09.16

13

ND Ullal

Ct-s

11

Mysuru-W

Belgavi

Hubballi

24.09.16

14

KN Bharath

Ct-s

08

Panthers

Bellary

Mysore

12.09.17

15

HS Sharath

Ct-s

17

Bulls

Shivamogga

Hubballi

22.09.17

16

R Jonathan

Ct-s

29

Shivamogga

Hubli-T

Hubballi

19.08.18

17

CA Karthik

Ct-s

31

Bellary

Panthers

Hubballi

25.08.18

18

AA Kazi

Ct-s

10

Bellary

Panthers

Hubballi

25.08.18

19

S Manager

Ct-s

58

Mysuru-W

Hubli-T

Mysuru

26.08.18

20

R Jonathan

Ct-s

29

Shivamogga

Mysuru-W

Mysuru

28.08.18

21

AA Joshi

Ct-s

05

Shivamogga

Mysuru-W

Mysuru

28.08.18

22

K Kamat

Ct-s

00

Shivamogga

Mysuru-W

Mysuru

28.08.18

This game witnessed three batsmen caught by substitutes – R Jonathan, AA Joshi and K Kamat – to provide the fifth occasion of two or more batsmen dismissed caught by substitutes in KPL. All such occasions are listed below

No

Batsmen

MoD

Runs

Team

Opposition

Venue

Date

1

RV Uthappa

Ct-s

05

Brigadiers

Malnad

Bangalore

27.09.10

 

TK Ananth

Ct-s

01

Brigadiers

Malnad

Bangalore

27.09.10

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

2

CJ William

Ct-s

30

Hubli-T

Belagavi

Hubballi

08.09.15

 

S Kaushik

Ct-s

04

Hubli-T

Belagavi

Hubballi

08.09.15

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

3

J Suchith

Ct-s

06

Mysuru-W

Belgavi

Hubballi

24.09.16

 

ND Ullal

Ct-s

11

Mysuru-W

Belgavi

Hubballi

24.09.16

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

4

CA Karthik

Ct-s

31

Bellary

Panthers

Hubballi

25.08.18

 

AA Kazi

Ct-s

10

Bellary

Panthers

Hubballi

25.08.18

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

5

R Jonathan

Ct-s

29

Shivamogga

Mysuru-W

Mysuru

28.08.18

 

AA Joshi

Ct-s

05

Shivamogga

Mysuru-W

Mysuru

28.08.18

 

K Kamat

Ct-s

00

Shivamogga

Mysuru-W

Mysuru

28.08.18

This game witnessed three batsmen caught by substitutes – R Jonathan, AA Joshi and K Kamat – to provide the first occasion of three batsmen dismissed caught by substitutes in KPL. All such occasions are listed below

No

Batsmen

MoD

Runs

Team

Opposition

Venue

Date

1

R Jonathan

Ct-s

29

Shivamogga

Mysuru-W

Mysuru

28.08.18

 

AA Joshi

Ct-s

05

Shivamogga

Mysuru-W

Mysuru

28.08.18

 

K Kamat

Ct-s

00

Shivamogga

Mysuru-W

Mysuru

28.08.18

VV Kumar’s two wickets  in this game fetched him an aggregate of 52 wickets in KPL. He now  shares the record  for  most wickets in KPL with K Gowtham. K Gowtham has also captured 52 wickets

J Suchith’s lone wicket in this game fetched him 50 wickets in KPL. He became the third bowler in the history of KPL to capture 50 plus wickets. The other two are – K Gowtham {52} and VV Kumar {52}

J Suchith became the first bowler in the tournament to capture 50 wickets representing a single team. He has represented Mysore Warriors in all the editions he has played.

R Jonathan’s 29 in this game fetched him an aggregate of 1062 runs in KPL. He now occupies the second place in the list of batsmen who have scored most runs  in the  tournament. MA Agarwal with 1419 runs occupies the first place. R Jonathan went past Mohammad Taha’s 1049 runs to occupy the second place.

Amit Verma became the first cricketer to appear in 50 games in KPL. This game was his 50th game. He has represented three teams – Bangalore Provident, Bellary Tuskers and Mysuru Warriors in the tournament. He has scored 1020 runs, captured 40 wickets and  pouched 20 catches in the tournament.

Raju Bhatkal scored 59 in this game to provide  the 201st occasion  of a batsman scoring a fifty in KPL. It also provides the 24th occasion of a Mysuru Warriors batsman scoring a fifty in KPL. It also provides the 47th occasion of an opening batsman batting at number two scoring a fifty in KPL.

Mysuru Warriors won this  game  by six  wickets and carved its 20th  win  in the tournament. It became the  fourth team to win 20 plus wins in the  tournament. The following table lists the teams which have won 20 plus games.

No

Team

Span

Mat

Won

Lost

Tied

Tie+W

Tie+L

NR

%

1

Bijapur Bulls

2009-2018

48

28

18

0

0

0

2

60.86

2

Belagavi Panthers

2009-2018

51

27

21

0

0

0

3

56.25

3

Hubli Tigers

2014-2018

35

22

12

0

0

0

1

64.70

4

Mysuru Warriors

2014-2018

32

20

12

0

0

0

0

62.50

 

 

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