Statistical highlights of First T20I between England and Australia at Southampton

Statistical highlights of First T20I between England and Australia at Southampton

England won this game by two runs to provide the 15th occasion of a team winning a T20I by two runs margin. All such occasions are tabulated below

NoTeamResultMarginOppGroundDate
1RSAwon2 runsAusJohannesburg24 Feb 06
2Srlwon2 runsEngSouthampton15 Jun 06
3Auswon2 runsPakMelbourne05 Feb 10
4Irewon2 runsKenMombasa24 Feb 12
5Srlwon2 runsAusMelbourne28 Jan 13
6Irewon2 runsCanAbu Dhabi16 Nov 13
7Srlwon2 runsBanChattogram12 Feb 14
8RSAwon2 runsNZlChattogram24 Mar 14
9Zimwon2 runsIndHarare18 Jun 16
10Engwon2 runsNZlHamilton18 Feb 18
11Pakwon2 runsNZlAbu Dhabi31 Oct 18
12Peruwon2 runsBraCP Club Pitch A03 Oct 19
13Sinwon2 runsScoICCA Dubai18 Oct 19
14Engwon2 runsRSADurban14 Feb 20
15Engwon2 runsAusSouthampton04 Sep 20

It also provides the third occasion of England winning a T20I by two runs margin. It also provides England’s first win by two runs margin against Australia.

NoTeamResultMarginOppGroundDate
1Engwon2 runsNZlHamilton18 Feb 18
2Engwon2 runsRSADurban14 Feb 20
3Engwon2 runsAusSouthampton04 Sep 20

England became the second team to win T20I games by two runs margin on three occasions after Sri Lanka. The following table lists the wins by these two teams

NoTeamResultMarginOppGroundDate
1Engwon2 runsNZlHamilton18 Feb 18
2Engwon2 runsRSADurban14 Feb 20
3Engwon2 runsAusSouthampton04 Sep 20
       
1Srlwon2 runsEngSouthampton15 Jun 06
2Srlwon2 runsAusMelbourne28 Jan 13
3Srlwon2 runsBanChattogram12 Feb 14

England won this game by two runs to provide the third occasion of a a team winning a T20I  by two runs margin against Australia. All such occasions are tabulated.

NoTeamResultMarginOppGroundDate
1RSAwon2 runsAusJohannesburg24 Feb 06
2Srlwon2 runsAusMelbourne28 Jan 13
wEngwon2 runsAusSouthampton04 Sep 20

England’s win in this game at Southampton provide the fourth occasion of a ground witnessing a team winning a T20I by two runs margin. Other grounds are Abu Dhabi, Chattogram and Melbourne. The following table list all these four grounds.

NoTeamResultMarginOppGroundDate
1Irewon2 runsCanAbu Dhabi16 Nov 13
2Pakwon2 runsNZlAbu Dhabi31 Oct 18
       
1Srlwon2 runsBanChattogram12 Feb 14
2RSAwon2 runsNZlChattogram24 Mar 14
       
1Auswon2 runsPakMelbourne05 Feb 10
2Srlwon2 runsAusMelbourne28 Jan 13
       
1Srlwon2 runsEngSouthampton15 Jun 06
2Engwon2 runsAusSouthampton04 Sep 20

JC Buttler opened the innings for England in this game and also kept wickets. It was his tenth T20I game in which he has opened the innings and also kept wickets. He became the second England wicket keeper opener to don the dual role of opening and also keeping wickets after C Kieswetter. C Kieswetter has appeared in dual role for England on 23 occasions.

JC Buttler became the twelfth batsman to appear in dual role in the history of T20Is. The following table lists all the twelve batsmen

NoPlayerTeamMatInnsNORunsHS
1Mohd ShahzadAfg515121505118*
2Q de KockRSA40403118379*
3C KieswetterEng2323150463
4Kamran AkmalPak2222046673
5BB McCullumNZl2222576281*
6N DickwellaSrl1313018438
7AC GilchristAus1313127248
8MDKJ PereraSrl1313028877
9JC ButtlerEng1010138273*
10R GurbazAfg1010033279
11BRM TaylorZim1010125760*
12CAK WaltonWin1009013840

DA Warner’s aggregate T20I runs read 2265 at the end of this game. He now stands fifth in the list of batsmen who have xcored most runs in the history of T20Is. Others are – V Kohli {2794}, RG Sharma {2773}, MJ Guptill {2536} and Shoaib Malik {2336}

DA Warner’s 58 in this game represent his 19th fifty in T20Is.  He now occupies the third place for most fifties by a batsman in T20Is. RG Sharma {25} and V Kohli {24} occupy the first two places.

DA Warner’s aggregate T20I runs read 2097 at the end of this game as an opening batsman. He now stands third in the list of opening batsmen who have scored most runs in the history of T20Is. Others are – RG Sharma {2313} and MJ Guptill {2209}.

AJ Finch scored seven boundary fours in his knock of 46 in this game which fetched him 203 boundary fours. He became the ninth batsman to score 200 plus boundary fours in T20Is. The following table lists all these batsmen

NoPlayerTeamMatInnsNORunsHS4s
1V KohliInd827621279494*258
2PR StirlingIre78776212495251
3RG SharmaInd108100152773118245
4MJ GuptillNZl888572536105225
5TM DilshanSrl8079121889104*223
6Mohd ShahzadAfg656531936118*218
7DA WarnerAus808092265100*218
8Mohd HafeezPak949010214786*217
9AJ FinchAus626292035172203

AJ Finch became the second Australian batsman to score 200 plus boundary fours in T20Is after DA Warner. DA Warner has scored 218 boundary fours

NoPlayerTeamMatInnsNORunsHS4s
1DA WarnerAus808092265100*218
2AJ FinchAus626292035172203

DA Warner’s 58 in this game represent his 18th fifty as an opening batsman. He now shares the second place for most fifties by an opening batsman in T20Is with PR Sterling of Ireland. PR Sterling has also scored 18 fifties as an opening batsman. RG Sharma of India occupies the first place with 20 fifties to his credit.

DA Warner scored four boundaries in his knock of 58 which fetched him 203 boundary fours while opening the innings. He became the fourth opening batsman to score 200 plus boundary fours in the history of T20Is. Others are – PR Sterling {244}, RG Sharma {212} and TM Dilshan {209}

DA Warner scored four boundaries in his knock of 58 which fetched him 906 boundary fours in T20 games. He is one of the three batsmen who have scored 900 plus boundary fours in the history of T20 games. Others are – CH Gayle {1026} and BB McCullum {924}

This game was 50th T20I game for CJ Jordan. He became the sixth England cricketer to appear in 50 plus T20Is. Others are – EJG Morgan [93}, JC Buttler {70}, AD Hales {60}, SJC Broad {56} and LG Wright {51}

This game was 70th T20I game for JC Buttler. He became the second England cricketer to appear in 70 plus T20Is after EJG Morgan. EJG Morgan has appeared in 93 T20Is including this game.

DA Warner’s 58  in  this  game was in a losing cause to provide the  391st occasion of a batsman’s fifty going in vain in T20Is. It also provides the 26th occasion of an Australian batsman’s fifty going in vain in T20Is.

DA Warner’s 58  in  this  game was in a losing cause to provide the 36th occasion of a batsman’s fifty going in vain in T20Is against England. It also provides the sixth occasion of an Australian batsman’s fifty going in vain in T20Is against England.

DA Warner’s 58  in  this  game was in a losing cause to provide the  383rd occasion of a batsman’s half century going in vain in T20Is. It also provides the 25th occasion of an Australian batsman’s half century going in vain in T20Is.

DA Warner’s 58  in  this  game was in a losing cause to provide the 36th occasion of a batsman’s half century going in vain in T20Is against England. It also provides the sixth occasion of an Australian batsman’s half century going in vain in T20Is against England.

DA Warner’s 58  in  this  game was in a losing cause to provide the  156th occasion of an opening batsman’s fifty going in vain in T20Is. It also provides the 16th occasion of an Australian opening batsman’s fifty going in vain in T20Is.

DA Warner’s 58  in  this  game was in a losing cause to provide the 17th occasion of an opening batsman’s fifty going in vain in T20Is against England. It also provides the fourth occasion of an Australian opening batsman’s fifty going in vain in T20Is against England.

DA Warner’s 58  in  this  game was in a losing cause to provide the  152nd occasion of an opening batsman’s half century going in vain in T20Is. It also provides the 15th occasion of an Australian opening batsman’s half century going in vain in T20Is.

DA Warner’s 58  in  this  game was in a losing cause to provide the 17th  occasion of an opening batsman’s half century going in vain in T20Is against England. It also provides the fourth occasion of an Australian opening batsman’s half century going in vain in T20Is against England.

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