YS Chahal had an aggregate of 49 T20I wickets prior to the start of the third T20I. He needs one more wicket for his 50 T20I wickets. If he gets it, he would then become the third Indian bowler to capture 50 plus T20I wickets. Others are – R Ashwin {52} and JJ Bumrah {51}
YS Chahal had an aggregate of 49 T20I wickets prior to the start of the third T20I. He needs one more wicket for his 50 T20I wickets. If he gets them he would then become the second Indian spin bowler to capture 50 plus T20I wickets after R Ashwin. R Ashwin had captured 52 T20I wickets.
YS Chahal had an aggregate of 49 T20I wickets prior to the start of the third T20I. He took two wickets at Rajkot which fetched him 49 wickets. He needs one more wicket for his 50 T20I wickets. If he gets them he would then become the 31^{st} bowler to capture 50 plus wickets in the history of T20Is
YS Chahal had an aggregate of 49 T20I wickets prior to the start of the third T20I. He took two wickets at Rajkot which fetched him 49 wickets. He needs one more wicket for his 50 T20I wickets. If he gets them he would then become the 17th spin bowler to capture 50 plus wickets in the history of T20Is
YS Chahal had an aggregate of 49 T20I wickets prior to the start of the third T20I. His 49 wickets have come in 33 matches. If he takes one wicket at Nagpur, it would be his 50th wickets in 34 matches. He would then become India’s “Fastest bowler to 50 wickets in T20Is”. JJ Bumrah’s 50 wickets have come in 41 matches, while R Ashwin’s 50 wickets came in 42 matches.
YS Chahal had an aggregate of 49 T20I wickets prior to the start of the third T20I. His 49 wickets have come in 33 matches. If he takes one wicket at Nagpur, it would be his 50th wickets in 34 matches. He would then become fifth “Fastest bowler to 50 wickets in T20Is”. The following four bowlers have reached 50 wickets in less than 34 matches.
No | Player | Team | Mat |
1 | BAW Mendis | Srl | 26 |
2 | Imran Tahir | RSA | 31 |
3 | Rashid Khan | Afg | 31 |
4 | Mustafizur Rahman | Ban | 33 |
RG Sharma and V Kohli share the record for most fifties in T20Is prior to the start of third T20I. Both batsmen have scored 22 fifties. One more fifty for RG Sharma, would fetch him his 23^{rd} fifty and with it the record for most fifties by a batsman in T20Is.
RG Sharma has scored 8406 runs in T20 games prior to the start of third T20I. 35 more runs would fetch him 8441 runs. If he gets them, he would then become the fourth batsman in the history of T20 games to score most runs. Other three batsmen are – CH Gayle {13068}, DA Warner {9090} and BB McCullum {8556}. RG Sharma would go past AJ Finch {8440} to occupy the fourth place
RG Sharma had scored 63 fifties in T20 games prior to the start of the third T20I. One more fifty would fetch him 64 fifties. He would then become the fourth batsman in the history of T20Is to score most fifties. CH Gayle {102}, DA Warner {81} and V Kohli {67} occupy the first three places. RG Sharma would go past AJ Finch {63} to occupy the fourth place.
RG Sharma had scored 349 boundary sixes in T20 games prior to the start of the third T20I. If he scores one more boundary six, he would become the first Indian batsman to score 350 boundary sixes in T20 games.
RG Sharma had scored 349 boundary sixes in T20 games prior to the start of the third T20I. If he scores one more boundary six, he would then become the ninth batsman in the history of T20I games to score 350 plus boundary sixes. Others are – CH Gayle {960}, KA Pollard {636}, BB McCullum {485}, SR Watson {431}, AD Russell {394}, AB de Villiers {380}, DR Smith {375} and DA Warner {354}
RG Sharma had scored 743 boundary fours in T20 games prior to the start of the third T20I. If he scores seven more boundary fours, he would become the fourth Indian batsman to score 750 boundary fours in T20 games. Others are – S Dhawan {807}. V Kohli {785} and SK Raina {760}
RG Sharma had scored 743 boundary fours in T20 games prior to the start of the third T20I. If he scores seven more boundary fours, he would become the tenth batsman to score 750 boundary fours in the history of T20 games. The other nine batsmen who have accomplished such a feat are tabulated below
No | Player | Span | Mat | Inns | NO | Runs | HS | Ave | C | HC | 4s |
1 | CH Gayle | 2005-2019 | 394 | 386 | 48 | 13051 | 175* | 38.61 | 22 | 80 | 1005 |
2 | BB McCullum | 2005-2019 | 370 | 364 | 33 | 9922 | 158* | 29.97 | 7 | 55 | 924 |
3 | DA Warner | 2007-2019 | 276 | 275 | 35 | 9090 | 135* | 37.71 | 8 | 73 | 891 |
4 | AJ Finch | 2009-2019 | 272 | 267 | 31 | 8388 | 172 | 35.76 | 7 | 56 | 819 |
5 | S Dhawan | 2007-2019 | 250 | 248 | 26 | 7104 | 97* | 32.00 | 0 | 53 | 807 |
6 | LJ Wright | 2004-2019 | 314 | 291 | 27 | 7587 | 153* | 28.73 | 7 | 40 | 786 |
7 | V Kohli | 2007-2019 | 271 | 257 | 47 | 8556 | 113 | 40.74 | 5 | 62 | 785 |
8 | SK Raina | 2006-2019 | 319 | 303 | 46 | 8392 | 126* | 32.65 | 4 | 51 | 760 |
9 | DR Smith | 2006-2019 | 337 | 327 | 27 | 7870 | 110* | 26.23 | 5 | 47 | 759 |