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Seven or more wickets in an innings by Karnataka bowlers

Seven or more wickets in an innings by Karnataka bowlers

K Gowtham of Karnataka captured 7 for 54 against Jammu and Kashmir at Jammu in the just concluded quarter finals of the ongoing Ranji Trophy season 2019/20 to provide the 42nd occasion of a Karnataka bowler capturing seven or more wickets in an innings in the Ranji Trophy.  All such occasions are tabulated below

No W-R Bowler Opposition Venue Season
1 9-072 Chandrashekhar Kerala Bijapur 1969/70
2 8-022 RMH Binny Haryana Faridabad 1982/83
3 8-032 R Vinay Kumar Delhi Delhi-RCC 2009/10
4 8-041 A Kumble Kerala Thalassery 1994/95
5 8-043 AR Bhat Tamil Nadu B’lore-MCS 1987/88
6 8-050 EAS Prasanna Andhra Belgaum 1970/71
7 8-055 DJ Johnson Assam B’lore-MCS 1993/94
8 8-058 A Kumble Kerala Thalassery 1994/95
9 8-060 K Gowtham Tamil Nadu Dindigul 2019/20
10 8-070 AR Bhat Kerala Gulbarga 1983/84
11 8-099 BK Garudachar Madras B’lore-CCG 1941/42
12 8-123 AR Bhat Bombay B’lore-MCS 1981/82
13 7-024 EAS Prasanna Kerala Kottayam 1972/73
14 7-024 AR Bhat Haryana Faridabad 1982/83
15 7-029 SB Joshi Maharashtra B’lore-RSI 2008/09
16 7-032 EAS Prasanna Kerala Thalassery 1974/75
17 7-036 D Ganesh Haryana Faridabad 2002/03
18 7-037 BY Alva Hyderabad Hyd-LBA 1959/60
19 7-037 BKV Prasad Kerala B’lore-MCS 1993/94
20 7-041 AR Bhat Tamil Nadu B’lore-MCS 1987/88
21 7-042 D Kamath Kerala Trivandrum 1962/63
22 7-048 BY Alva Madras Dharwad 1959/60
23 7-053 GV Kumar Tamil Nadu B’lore-MCS 1977/78
24 7-055 Chandrashekhar Andhra Shimoga 1974/75
25 7-057 AR Bhat Baroda Vadodara 1982/83
26 7-058 R Vinay Kumar Orissa B’lore-MCS 2012/13
27 7-060 EAS Prasanna Hyderabad B’lore-CCG 1968/69
28 7-060 SB Joshi Hyderabad Sec’bad-Gym 1995/96
29 7-061 KG Suresh Kerala Cochin 1968/69
30 7-070 EAS Prasanna Hyderabad B’lore-MCS 1978/79
31 7-072 K Gowtham Railways Delhi-KSS 2017/18
32 7-073 ASKrishnaswam T & C B’lore-CCG 1951/52
33 7-076 Chandrashekhar Delhi B’lore-MCS 1973/74
34 7-078 V Subramanya Kerala Mangalore 1959/60
35 7-081 Sanath Kumar Goa Gulbarga 1987/88
36 7-082 AR Bhat Tamil Nadu Salem 1984/85
37 7-085 B Vijayakrishna Andhra B’lore-MCS 1982/83
38 7-092 EAS Prasanna Rajasthan B’lore-CCG 1965/66
39 7-093 J Srinath Maharashtra Pune-NS 1990/91
40 7-102 Chandrashekhar Andhra Guntur 1973/74
41 7-108 K Gowtham Assam Mum-BKC 2016/17
42 7-054 K Gowtham J + K Jammu 2019/20

K Gowtham with his 7 for 54 in this game became the fourth Karnataka bowler to capture seven or more wickets in an innings on four or more occasions.  Others are AR Bhat {07}, EAS Prasanna {06} and BS Chandrashekar {04}.  It is interesting to note all these four bowlers are spin bowlers. AR Bhat is a left arm spin bowler  and the other  three are right arm spinners

No W-R Bowler Opposition Venue Season
1 8-043 AR Bhat Tamil Nadu B’lore-MCS 1987/88
2 8-070 AR Bhat Kerala Gulbarga 1983/84
3 8-123 AR Bhat Bombay B’lore-MCS 1981/82
4 7-024 AR Bhat Haryana Faridabad 1982/83
5 7-041 AR Bhat Tamil Nadu B’lore-MCS 1987/88
6 7-057 AR Bhat Baroda Vadodara 1982/83
7 7-082 AR Bhat Tamil Nadu Salem 1984/85
           
1 8-050 EAS Prasanna Andhra Belgaum 1970/71
2 7-024 EAS Prasanna Kerala Kottayam 1972/73
3 7-032 EAS Prasanna Kerala Thalassery 1974/75
4 7-060 EAS Prasanna Hyderabad B’lore-CCG 1968/69
5 7-070 EAS Prasanna Hyderabad B’lore-MCS 1978/79
6 7-092 EAS Prasanna Rajasthan B’lore-CCG 1965/66
           
1 9-072 Chandrashekhar Kerala Bijapur 1969/70
2 7-055 Chandrashekhar Andhra Shimoga 1974/75
3 7-076 Chandrashekhar Delhi B’lore-MCS 1973/74
4 7-102 Chandrashekhar Andhra Guntur 1973/74
           
1 8-060 K Gowtham Tamil Nadu Dindigul 2019/20
2 7-072 K Gowtham Railways Delhi-KSS 2017/18
3 7-108 K Gowtham Assam Mum-BKC 2016/17
4 7-054 K Gowtham J + K Jammu 2019/20
New Zealand posts its 100th test win

New Zealand posts its 100th test win

New Zealand posted its 100th win when it won the Wellington Test against India by ten wickets. New Zealand became the seventh team in the annals of test cricket to post 100 plus test wins. The following table lists the teams which have won 100 plus tests

No Team Mat Won Lost Tied Draw
1 Australia 0830 393 224 2 211
2 England 1022 371 304 0 347
3 West Indies 0545 174 195 1 175
4 South Africa 0439 165 150 0 124
5 India 0541 157 166 1 217
6 Pakistan 0428 138 130 0 160
7 New Zealand 0441 100 175 0 166
Tests won by ten wickets

Tests won by ten wickets

New Zealand carved ten wickets win over India at Wellington in the just concluded test to provide the 118th occasion of a team winning a test by ten wickets. All such occasions are tabulated below

No Team Result Margin Opp Ground Start Date
1 Aus won 10 wkts Eng Melbourne 02 Jan 1879
2 Eng won 10 wkts Aus Melbourne 01 Jan 1885
3 Aus won 10 wkts Eng Lord’s 15 Jun 1899
4 Aus won 10 wkts SAF Cape Town 08 Nov 1902
5 Eng won 10 wkts Aus Birmingham 27 May 1909
6 Aus won 10 wkts SAF Lord’s 15 Jul 1912
7 Eng won 10 wkts SAF The Oval 12 Aug 1912
8 Eng won 10 wkts SAF P Elizabeth 27 Feb 1914
9 Aus won 10 wkts Eng Nottingham 28 May 1921
10 Aus won 10 wkts SAF Cape Town 26 Nov 1921
11 Eng won 10 wkts SAF Jo’burg 24 Dec 1927
12 Aus won 10 wkts Win Adelaide 12 Dec 1930
13 Aus won 10 wkts SAF Adelaide 29 Jan 1932
14 Eng won 10 wkts Aus Sydney 02 Dec 1932
15 Eng won 10 wkts Ind Lord’s 22 Jun 1946
16 Eng won 10 wkts SAF Lord’s 21 Jun 1947
17 Eng won 10 wkts SAF Leeds 26 Jul 1947
18 Win won 10 wkts Eng Kingston 27 Mar 1948
19 Win won 10 wkts Eng Nottingham 20 Jul 1950
20 Eng won 10 wkts SAF Lord’s 21 Jun 1951
21 Ind won 10 wkts Pak Mum-BS 13 Nov 1952
22 Aus won 10 wkts SAF Jo’burg 07 Feb 1958
23 Aus won 10 wkts Eng Adelaide 30 Jan 1959
24 Pak won 10 wkts Win Karachi 20 Feb 1959
25 Win won 10 wkts Ind Trinidad 16 Feb 1962
26 Eng won 10 wkts Pak The Oval 16 Aug 1962
27 Win won 10 wkts Eng Manchester 06 Jun 1963
28 SAF won 10 wkts Aus Adelaide 24 Jan 1964
29 Aus won 10 wkts Win Trinidad 14 May 1965
30 Eng won 10 wkts Pak Nottingham 10 Aug 1967
31 Aus won 10 wkts Win Sydney 03 Jan 1969
32 Eng won 10 wkts Win Manchester 12 Jun 1969
33 Aus won 10 wkts Ind Kolkata 12 Dec 1969
34 Aus won 10 wkts Win Georgetown 06 Apr 1973
35 Win won 10 wkts Ind Kingston 21 Apr 1976
36 Pak won 10 wkts NZl Hyd-Sind 23 Oct 1976
37 Eng won 10 wkts Ind Kolkata 01 Jan 1977
38 Aus won 10 wkts NZl Auckland 25 Feb 1977
39 Win won 10 wkts Aus Melbourne 29 Dec 1979
40 Ind won 10 wkts Pak Chennai 15 Jan 1980
41 Eng won 10 wkts Ind Mumbai 15 Feb 1980
42 Aus won 10 wkts NZl Brisbane 28 Nov 1980
43 Aus won 10 wkts Pak Brisbane 27 Nov 1981
44 Pak won 10 wkts Eng Lord’s 12 Aug 1982
45 Pak won 10 wkts Ind Faisalabad 03 Jan 1983
46 Win won 10 wkts Ind Bridgetown 15 Apr 1983
47 Aus won 10 wkts Pak Sydney 02 Jan 1984
48 Win won 10 wkts Aus Bridgetown 30 Mar 1984
49 Win won 10 wkts Aus Kingston 28 Apr 1984
50 Win won 10 wkts NZl Bridgetown 26 Apr 1985
51 Win won 10 wkts NZl Kingston 04 May 1985
52 Pak won 10 wkts Srl Karachi 07 Nov 1985
53 Win won 10 wkts Eng Kingston 21 Feb 1986
54 Win won 10 wkts Eng Trinidad 03 Apr 1986
55 Win won 10 wkts NZl Auckland 27 Feb 1987
56 Win won 10 wkts Eng Leeds 21 Jul 1988
57 Ind won 10 wkts NZl Hyd-RGS 02 Dec 1988
58 NZl won 10 wkts Ind Christchurch 02 Feb 1990
59 Aus won 10 wkts Eng Brisbane 23 Nov 1990
60 Win won 10 wkts Aus Georgetown 23 Mar 1991
61 Aus won 10 wkts Ind Brisbane 29 Nov 1991
62 Pak won 10 wkts Eng The Oval 06 Aug 1992
63 Win won 10 wkts Pak Bridgetown 23 Apr 1993
64 Aus won 10 wkts Win Bridgetown 31 Mar 1995
65 Aus won 10 wkts Srl Melbourne 26 Dec 1995
66 SAF won 10 wkts Eng Cape Town 02 Jan 1996
67 Win won 10 wkts NZl Bridgetown 19 Apr 1996
68 Srl won 10 wkts Zim Col-SSC 18 Sep 1996
69 Pak won 10 wkts Zim Faisalabad 24 Oct 1996
70 Win won 10 wkts Aus Perth 01 Feb 1997
71 Pak won 10 wkts Win Karachi 06 Dec 1997
72 NZl won 10 wkts Zim Wellington 19 Feb 1998
73 SAF won 10 wkts Eng Lord’s 18 Jun 1998
74 Srl won 10 wkts Eng The Oval 27 Aug 1998
75 Win won 10 wkts Aus Kingston 13 Mar 1999
76 Aus won 10 wkts Zim Harare 14 Oct 1999
77 Aus won 10 wkts Pak Brisbane 05 Nov 1999
78 Win won 10 wkts Zim Kingston 24 Mar 2000
79 Aus won 10 wkts Ind Mumbai 27 Feb 2001
80 Srl won 10 wkts Ind Galle 14 Aug 2001
81 Srl won 10 wkts Win Galle 13 Nov 2001
82 Srl won 10 wkts Win Col-SSC 29 Nov 2001
83 Ind won 10 wkts Eng Mohali 03 Dec 2001
84 Aus won 10 wkts SAF Sydney 02 Jan 2002
85 Win won 10 wkts Ind Bridgetown 02 May 2002
86 Eng won 10 wkts Srl Manchester 13 Jun 2002
87 Pak won 10 wkts Zim Bulawayo 16 Nov 2002
88 NZl won 10 wkts Ind Wellington 12 Dec 2002
89 SAF won 10 wkts Pak Durban 26 Dec 2002
90 SAF won 10 wkts Win Centurion 16 Jan 2004
91 Eng won 10 wkts Win Kingston 11 Mar 2004
92 Eng won 10 wkts Win The Oval 19 Aug 2004
93 Ind won 10 wkts Zim Harare 20 Sep 2005
94 Srl won 10 wkts Ban Bogra 08 Mar 2006
95 NZl won 10 wkts Win Wellington 17 Mar 2006
96 Aus won 10 wkts Eng Sydney 02 Jan 2007
97 SAF won 10 wkts Eng Leeds 18 Jul 2008
98 Ind won 10 wkts NZl Hamilton 18 Mar 2009
99 Eng won 10 wkts Win Lord’s 06 May 2009
100 Ind won 10 wkts Ban Dhaka 24 Jan 2010
101 Aus won 10 wkts NZl Wellington 19 Mar 2010
102 Srl won 10 wkts Ind Galle 18 Jul 2010
103 Pak won 10 wkts NZl Hamilton 07 Jan 2011
104 SAF won 10 wkts Srl Cape Town 03 Jan 2012
105 Pak won 10 wkts Eng Dubai-DSC 17 Jan 2012
106 Srl won 10 wkts NZl Galle 17 Nov 2012
107 Win won 10 wkts Ban Khulna 21 Nov 2012
108 Eng won 10 wkts Ind Mumbai 23 Nov 2012
109 SAF won 10 wkts Ind Durban 26 Dec 2013
110 Win won 10 wkts NZl Trinidad 16 Jun 2014
111 Win won 10 wkts Ban Kingstown 05 Sep 2014
112 Pak won 10 wkts Srl Galle 17 Jun 2015
113 Pak won 10 wkts Eng The Oval 11 Aug 2016
114 Aus won 10 wkts Eng Brisbane 23 Nov 2017
115 Ind won 10 wkts Win Hyd-RGS 12 Oct 2018
116 Win won 10 wkts Eng North Sound 31 Jan 2019
117 Srl won 10 wkts Zim Harare 19 Jan 2020
118 NZl won 10 wkts Ind Wellington 21 Feb 2020

New Zealand carved ten wickets win over India at Wellington in the just concluded test to provide the 18th occasion of a team winning a test against India by ten wickets. All such occasions are tabulated below

No Team Result Margin Opp Ground Start Date
1 Eng won 10 wkts Ind Lord’s 22 Jun 1946
2 Win won 10 wkts Ind Trinidad 16 Feb 1962
3 Aus won 10 wkts Ind Kolkata 12 Dec 1969
4 Win won 10 wkts Ind Kingston 21 Apr 1976
5 Eng won 10 wkts Ind Kolkata 01 Jan 1977
6 Eng won 10 wkts Ind Mumbai 15 Feb 1980
7 Pak won 10 wkts Ind Faisalabad 03 Jan 1983
8 Win won 10 wkts Ind Bridgetown 15 Apr 1983
9 NZl won 10 wkts Ind Christchurch 02 Feb 1990
10 Aus won 10 wkts Ind Brisbane 29 Nov 1991
11 Aus won 10 wkts Ind Mumbai 27 Feb 2001
12 Srl won 10 wkts Ind Galle 14 Aug 2001
13 Win won 10 wkts Ind Bridgetown 02 May 2002
14 NZl won 10 wkts Ind Wellington 12 Dec 2002
15 Srl won 10 wkts Ind Galle 18 Jul 2010
16 Eng won 10 wkts Ind Mumbai 23 Nov 2012
17 SAF won 10 wkts Ind Durban 26 Dec 2013
18 NZl won 10 wkts Ind Wellington 21 Feb 2020

New Zealand carved ten wickets win over India at Wellington in the just concluded test to provide the fifth occasion of a New Zealand winning a test by ten wickets against India. All such occasions are tabulated below

No Team Result Margin Opp Ground Start Date
1 NZl won 10 wkts Ind Christchurch 02 Feb 1990
2 NZl won 10 wkts Zim Wellington 19 Feb 1998
3 NZl won 10 wkts Ind Wellington 12 Dec 2002
4 NZl won 10 wkts Win Wellington 17 Mar 2006
5 NZl won 10 wkts Ind Wellington 21 Feb 2020

New Zealand carved ten wickets win over India at Wellington in the just concluded test to provide the tenth occasion of a team winning a test by ten wickets on New Zealand soil. All such occasions are tabulated below

No Team Result Margin Opp Ground Start Date
1 Aus won 10 wkts NZl Auckland 25 Feb 1977
2 Win won 10 wkts NZl Auckland 27 Feb 1987
3 NZl won 10 wkts Ind Christchurch 02 Feb 1990
4 NZl won 10 wkts Zim Wellington 19 Feb 1998
5 NZl won 10 wkts Ind Wellington 12 Dec 2002
6 NZl won 10 wkts Win Wellington 17 Mar 2006
7 Ind won 10 wkts NZl Hamilton 18 Mar 2009
8 Aus won 10 wkts NZl Wellington 19 Mar 2010
9 Pak won 10 wkts NZl Hamilton 07 Jan 2011
10 NZl won 10 wkts Ind Wellington 21 Feb 2020

New Zealand carved ten wickets win over India at Wellington in the just concluded test to provide the tenth occasion of a team winning a test by ten wickets at Wellington. All such occasions are tabulated below

No Team Result Margin Opp Ground Start Date
1 NZl won 10 wkts Zim Wellington 19 Feb 1998
2 NZl won 10 wkts Ind Wellington 12 Dec 2002
3 NZl won 10 wkts Win Wellington 17 Mar 2006
4 Aus won 10 wkts NZl Wellington 19 Mar 2010
5 NZl won 10 wkts Ind Wellington 21 Feb 2020
Hat tricks in Twenty20 Internationals – AC Agar joins the list

Hat tricks in Twenty20 Internationals – AC Agar joins the list

AC Agar of Australia performed a hat trick against South Africa at Johannesburg on 21 Feb 20 to provide the 13th  occasion of a bowler performing hat trick in the history of T20Is. All such occasions are tabulated below

AC Agar became the second Australian bowler to perform hat trick after B Lee. B Lee had performed the feat against Bangladesh at Cape Town in 2007/08 season.  It was the first hat trick in the history of T20Is.  B Lee’s feat was in the T20 World Cup and remains the only hat trick in the T20 World Cups played so far.  AC Agar’s feat was the first hat trick performed against South Africa  in T20Is.

No Player Team Opp Venue Season
1 B Lee Aus Ban Cape Town 2007/08
2 JDP Oram NZl Srl Col-RPS 2009
3 TG Southee NZl Pak Auckland 2010/11
4 NLTC Perera Srl Ind Ranchi 2015/16
5 SL Malinga Srl Ban Col-RPS 2016/17
6 F Ashraf Pak Srl Abu Dhabi 2017/18
7 Rashid Khan Afg Ire Dehradun 2018/19
8 SL Malinga Srl NZl Pallekele 2019
9 M Hasnain Pak Srl Lahore 2019/20
10 Khawar Ali Oman Net Al Amerat 2019/20
11 N Vanua PNG Ber ICCA Dubai 2019/20
12 DL Chahar Ind Ban Nagpur 2019/20
13 AC Agar Aus RSA Jo’burg 2019/20

Rashid Khan (at Dehradun) and SL Malinga (at Pallekele) took 4 wickets in 4 balls.

Five or more wickets in an innings in Twenty20 Internationals – AC Agar of Australia joins the list

Five or more wickets in an innings in Twenty20 Internationals – AC Agar of Australia joins the list

AC Agar of Australia captured five for 24 against South Africa at Johannesburg in the first T20I to provide the 45th occasion of a bowler capturing five or more wickets in the history of Twenty20 Internationals.  All such occasions are tabulated below

No Player O M R W I Team Opp Ground Date
1 Umar Gul 3.0 0 6 5 1 Pak NZl The Oval 13.06.09
2 NNOdhiambo 4.0 0 20 5 1 Ken Sco Nairobi-G 04.02.10
3 DJGSammy 3.5 0 26 5 1 Win Zim Trinidad 28.02.10
4 R McLaren 3.5 0 19 5 2 RSA Win N Sound 19.05.10
5 TG Southee 4.0 1 18 5 1 NZl Pak Auckland 26.12.10
6 A Mendis 4.0 1 16 6 2 Srl Aus Pallekele 08.08.11
7 Elias Sunny 4.0 1 13 5 2 Ban Ire Belfast 18.07.12
8 A Mendis 4.0 2 8 6 2 Srl Zim H’tota 18.09.12
9 SL Malinga 4.0 0 31 5 2 Srl Eng Pallekele 01.10.12
10 Umar Gul 2.2 0 6 5 2 Pak RSA Centurion 03.03.13
11 S Shinwari 4.0 0 13 5 2 Afg Ken Sharjah 24.11.13
12 A Malik 4.0 0 19 5 1 Net RSA C’gram 27.03.14
13 R Herath 3.3 2 3 5 2 Srl NZl C’gram 31.03.14
14 D Wiese 4.0 0 23 5 2 RSA Win Durban 14.01.15
15 AC Evans 4.0 0 24 5 1 Sco Net Edinburgh 11.07.15
16 MRJ Watt 4.0 0 27 5 2 Sco Net ICCA Dubai 05.02.16
17 JP Faulkner 4.0 0 27 5 2 Aus Pak Mohali 25.03.16
18 M Rahman 4.0 0 22 5 1 Ban NZl Kolkata 26.03.16
19 ImadWasim 4.0 0 14 5 1 Pak Win Dubai-DSC 23.09.16
20 YS Chahal 4.0 0 25 6 2 Ind Eng Bengaluru 01.02.17
21 I Tahir 3.5 0 24 5 2 RSA NZl Auckland 17.02.17
22 RKhan 2.0 1 3 5 2 Afg Ire G Noida 10.03.17
23 B Kumar 4.0 0 24 5 2 Ind RSA Jo’burg 18.02.18
24 K Yadav 4.0 0 24 5 1 Ind Eng Manchester 03.07.18
25 I Tahir 4.0 0 23 5 2 RSA Zim E London 09.10.18
26 SAlHasan 4.0 0 20 5 2 Ban Win Dhaka 20.12.18
27 KMA Paul 4.0 0 15 5 2 Win Ban Dhaka 22.12.18
28 I Hassan 3.4 0 24 5 2 Mal Bah Al Amerat 21.01.19
29 R Khan 4.0 0 27 5 2 Afg Ire Dehradun 24.02.19
30 C Viljoen 4.0 0 9 5 1 Nam Bot Kampala 22.05.19
31 CW Perchard 4.0 0 17 5 2 Jer Gue Castel 01.06.19
32 D Ravu 4.0 0 15 5 1 PNG Van Apia-No 3 09.07.19
33 N Nipiko 3.4 0 19 5 2 Van PNG Apia-No 3 09.07.19
34 J Rasu 2.5 0 36 5 1 Van PNG Apia-No 2 12.07.19
35 N Vanua 4.0 2 17 5 2 PNG Van Apia-No 2 13.07.19
36 ACDouglas 2.2 0 18 5 1 Ber CIs S Parish 25.08.19
37 A Nanda 2.3 0 6 5 1 Lux Tur I  County 29.08.19
38 SL Malinga 4.0 1 6 5 2 Srl NZl Pallekele 06.09.19
39 P Arrighi 4.0 2 4 5 2 Arg Bra CPC Pitch A 04.10.19
40 A Kaleem 4.0 0 15 5 1 Oma Nep Al Amerat 10.10.19
41 DL Chahar 3.2 0 7 6 2 Ind Ban Nagpur 10.11.19
42 Karim Janat 4.0 0 11 5 2 Afg Win Lucknow 16.11.19
43 Muhumuza 3.4 1 13 5 2 UGA Qua Doha 15.02.20
44 K Hayat 2.0 0 4 5 2 Mal HKG K Lumpur 20.02.20
45 AC Agar 4.0 0 24 5 2 Aus RSA Jo’burg 21.02.20

AC Agar became the second bowler to capture five wickets in a T20I after JP Faulkner. JP Faulkner had captured five for 27 against Pakistan at Mohali on 25.03.16. AC Agar’s five for 24 in this  game  represent the best bowling figures in T20Is by an Australian bowler

No Player O M R W I Team Opp Ground Date
1 JPFaulkner 4.0 0 27 5 2 Aus Pak Mohali 25.03.16
2 AC Agar 4.0 0 24 5 2 Aus RSA Jo’burg 21.02.20

AC Agar became the fourth bowler to capture five wickets in a T20I against South Africa. The following table lists the performance of these four bowlers

No Player O M R W I Team Opp Ground Date
1 Umar Gul 2.2 0 06 5 2 Pak RSA Centurion 03.03.13
2 A Malik 4.0 0 19 5 1 Net RSA C’gram 27.03.14
3 B Kumar 4.0 0 24 5 2 Ind RSA Jo’burg 18.02.18
4 AC Agar 4.0 0 24 5 2 Aus RSA Jo’burg 21.02.20

The following eleven bowlers have captured single digit runs – zero to nine – while capturing five or more wickets in an innings.  Their performance is listed below

No Player O M R W I Team Opp Ground Date
1 R Herath 3.3 2 3 5 2 Srl NZl C’gram 31.03.14
2 R Khan 2.0 1 3 5 2 Afg Ire G Noida 10.03.17
3 P Arrighi 4.0 2 4 5 2 Arg Bra CPC Pitch A 04.10.19
4 K Hayat 2.0 0 4 5 2 Mal HKG K Lumpur 20.02.20
5 Umar Gul 3.0 0 6 5 1 Pak NZl The Oval 13.06.09
6 Umar Gul 2.2 0 6 5 2 Pak RSA Centurion 03.03.13
7 A Nanda 2.3 0 6 5 1 Lux Tur I  County 29.08.19
8 SL Malinga 4.0 1 6 5 2 Srl NZl Pallekele 06.09.19
9 DL Chahar 3.2 0 7 6 2 Ind Ban Nagpur 10.11.19
10 A Mendis 4.0 2 8 6 2 Srl Zim H’tota 18.09.12
11 C Viljoen 4.0 0 9 5 1 Nam Bot Kampala 22.05.19

The following table lists the 15 bowlers who have captured five  or more wickets in less than the allotted quota of four overs

No Player O M R W I Team Opp Ground Date
1 R Khan 2.0 1 03 5 2 Afg Ire G Noida 10.03.17
2 K Hayat 2.0 0 04 5 2 Mal HKG K Lumpur 20.02.20
3 Umar Gul 2.2 0 06 5 2 Pak RSA Centurion 03.03.13
4 ACDouglas 2.2 0 18 5 1 Ber CIs S Parish 25.08.19
5 A Nanda 2.3 0 06 5 1 Lux Tur I  County 29.08.19
6 J Rasu 2.5 0 36 5 1 Van PNG Apia-No 2 12.07.19
7 Umar Gul 3.0 0 06 5 1 Pak NZl The Oval 13.06.09
8 DLChahar 3.2 0 07 6 2 Ind Ban Nagpur 10.11.19
9 R Herath 3.3 2 03 5 2 Srl NZl C’gram 31.03.14
10 I Hassan 3.4 0 24 5 2 Mal Bah Al Amerat 21.01.19
11 N Nipiko 3.4 0 19 5 2 Van PNG Apia-No 3 09.07.19
12 Muhumuza 3.4 1 13 5 2 UGA Qua Doha 15.02.20
13 DJGSammy 3.5 0 26 5 1 Win Zim Trinidad 28.02.10
14 R McLaren 3.5 0 19 5 2 RSA Win N Sound 19.05.10
15 I Tahir 3.5 0 24 5 2 RSA NZl Auckland 17.02.17

BAS Mendis, Imran Tahir,  Rashid Khan,  SL Malinga and Umar Gul are  the five  bowlers who have captured five or more wickets on two occasions.

No Player O M R W I Team Opp Ground Date
1 A Mendis 4.0 1 16 6 2 Srl Aus Pallekele 08.08.11
2 A Mendis 4.0 2 08 6 2 Srl Zim H’tota 18.09.12
                     
1 I Tahir 3.5 0 24 5 2 RSA NZl Auckland 17.02.17
2 I Tahir 4.0 0 23 5 2 RSA Zim E London 09.10.18
                     
1 R Khan 2.0 1 03 5 2 Afg Ire G Noida 10.03.17
2 R Khan 4.0 0 27 5 2 Afg Ire Dehradun 24.02.19
                     
1 SL Malinga 4.0 0 31 5 2 Srl Eng Pallekele 01.10.12
2 SL Malinga 4.0 1 06 5 2 Srl NZl Pallekele 06.09.19
                     
1 Umar Gul 3.0 0 06 5 1 Pak NZl The Oval 13.06.09
2 Umar Gul 2.2 0 06 5 2 Pak RSA Centurion 03.03.13

BAW Mendis is the only bowler in the history of T20Is  to capture six wickets in an innings on two occasions.

No Player O M R W I Team Opp Ground Date
1 A Mendis 4.0 1 16 6 2 Srl Aus Pallekele 08.08.11
2 A Mendis 4.0 2 08 6 2 Srl Zim H’tota 18.09.12

Umar Gul is the only bowler in the history of T20Is to capture five wickets on two occasions conceding identical runs – six runs. Both  his performances have come in less than allotted quota of four overs.

No Player O M R W I Team Opp Ground Date
1 Umar Gul 3.0 0 06 5 1 Pak NZl The Oval 13.06.09
2 Umar Gul 2.2 0 06 5 2 Pak RSA Centurion 03.03.13
One more feather in LRPL Taylor’s cap – All set to become the first cricketer to appear in 100 plus matches in all the three formats of the game in the history of cricket.

One more feather in LRPL Taylor’s cap – All set to become the first cricketer to appear in 100 plus matches in all the three formats of the game in the history of cricket.

21 Feb 20 would be a date to remember all his life for New Zealand batsman LRPL Taylor. He would be making his 100th test appearance against India at Wellington where the first test of  New Zealand-India two tests series 2019/20 would be played. Having already appeared in 231 ODIs  and 100 T20Is, the record of becoming the first cricketer to appear in 100 plus matches in all the three formats of the game in the history of cricket beckons LRPL Taylor

Player Cat Span Mat
LRPL Taylor Tests 2007/08 – 2019/20 099
LRPL Taylor ODIs   2005/06 – 2019/20 231
LRPL Taylor T20Is 2006/07 – 2019/20 100
Hundred Test Men – LRPL Taylor is all set to join the list

Hundred Test Men – LRPL Taylor is all set to join the list

LRPL Taylor of New Zealand is all set to become the select band of “Hundred Test Men’ when he makes his appearance in the first test against India at Wellington on 21 Feb 2020. He will become the 67th cricketer and fourth New Zealand cricketer to achieve the feat. The following table lists them all in the descending order of matches. The table contains their all round performance of runs scored, wickets captured, catches pouched and stumpings effected by them

No Player Team Mat Runs Wkts Ct St
1 SR Tendulkar Ind 200 15921 046 115 00
2 RT Ponting Aus 168 13378 005 196 00
3 SR Waugh Aus 168 10927 092 112 00
4 JH Kallis SAF 166 13289 292 200 00
5 S Chanderpaul Win 164 11867 009 066 00
6 R Dravid Ind 164 13288 001 210 00
7 AN Cook Eng 161 12472 001 175 00
8 AR Border Aus 156 11174 039 156 00
9 JM Anderson Eng 151 01185 584 093 00
10 M Jayawardene Srl 149 11814 006 205 00
11 MV Boucher SAF 147 05515 001 532 23
12 SK Warne Aus 145 03154 708 125 00
13 SCJ Broad Eng 138 03211 485 046 00
14 VVS Laxman Ind 134 08781 002 135 00
15 KC Sangakkara Srl 134 12400 000 182 20
16 M Muralitharan Srl 133 01261 800 072 00
17 AJ Stewart Eng 133 08463 000 263 14
18 A Kumble Ind 132 02506 619 060 00
19 CA Walsh Win 132 00936 519 029 00
20 N Kapil Dev Ind 131 05248 434 064 00
21 BC Lara Win 131 11953 000 164 00
22 ME Waugh Aus 128 08029 059 181 00
23 SM Gavaskar Ind 125 10122 001 108 00
24 HM Amla SAF 124 09282 000 108 00
25 Javed Miandad Pak 124 08832 017 093 01
26 GD McGrath Aus 124 00641 563 038 00
27 IVA Richards Win 121 08540 032 122 00
28 Inzamam-ul-Haq Pak 120 08830 000 081 00
29 IA Healy Aus 119 04356 000 366 29
30 IR Bell Eng 118 07727 001 100 00
31 GA Gooch Eng 118 08900 023 103 00
32 Younis Khan Pak 118 10099 009 139 00
33 DI Gower Eng 117 08231 001 074 00
34 GC Smith SAF 117 09265 008 169 00
35 DL Haynes Win 116 07487 001 065 00
36 DB Vengsarkar Ind 116 06868 000 078 00
37 MA Atherton Eng 115 70728 002 083 00
38 MJ Clarke Aus 115 08643 031 134 00
39 MC Cowdrey Eng 114 07624 000 120 00
40 AB de Villiers SAF 114 08765 002 222 05
41 SC Ganguly Ind 113 07212 032 071 00
42 DL Vettori NZl 113 04531 362 058 00
43 SP Fleming NZl 111 07172 000 171 00
44 WPUJC Vaas Srl 111 03089 355 031 00
45 ST Jayasuriya Srl 110 06973 098 078 00
46 CH Lloyd Win 110 07515 010 090 00
47 G Boycott Eng 108 08114 007 033 00
48 CG Greenidge Win 108 07558 000 096 00
49 SM Pollock SAF 108 03781 421 072 00
50 DC Boon Aus 107 07422 000 099 00
51 JL Langer Aus 105 07696 000 073 00
52 KP Pietersen Eng 104 08181 010 062 00
53 V Sehwag Ind 104 08586 040 091 00
54 MA Taylor Aus 104 07525 001 157 00
55 Wasim Akram Pak 104 02898 414 044 00
56 CH Gayle Win 103 07214 073 096 00
57 Harbhajan Singh Ind 103 02224 417 042 00
58 ML Hayden Aus 103 08625 000 128 00
59 Saleem Malik PAK 103 05768 005 065 00
60 IT Botham Eng 102 05200 383 120 00
61 CL Hooper Win 102 05762 114 115 00
62 G Kirsten SAF 101 07289 002 083 00
63 BB McCullum NZl 101 06453 001 198 11
64 M Ntini SAF 101 00699 390 025 00
65 AJ Strauss Eng 100 07037 000 121 00
66 GP Thorpe Eng 100 06744 000 105 00
67 LRPL Taylor NZl 099 07174 002 145 00

No Player Team Mat Runs Wkts Ct St
1 DL Vettori NZl 113 04531 362 058 00
2 SP Fleming NZl 111 07172 000 171 00
3 BB McCullum NZl 101 06453 001 198 11
4 LRPL Taylor NZl 099 07174 002 145 00
IPL 2020 Fixtures

IPL 2020 Fixtures

The 13th edition of Indian Premier League (IPL) will end on the 24th of May 2020 and will complete the circle as the venue of the grand finale of VIVO IPL 2020 is also kept as Wankhede Stadium in Mumbai. Below you can find the complete schedule and fixture of the matches of 13th edition of IPL which will be played in 2020 and

No. Teams Date and Day IST. Venue
1 MI Vs CSK 29.03.20 Sun 8:00 PM Mumbai
2 DC Vs PUN 30.03.20 Mon 8:00 PM Delhi
3 RCB Vs KKR 31.03.20 Tue 8:00 PM Bengaluru
4 SRH Vs MI 01.04.20 Wed 8:00 PM Hyderabad
5 CSK Vs RR 02.04.20 Thu 8:00 PM Chennai
6 KKR Vs DC 03.04.20 Fri 8:00 PM Kolkata
7 PUN Vs SRH 04.04.20 Sat 8:00 PM Mohali
8 MI Vs RCB 05.04.20 Sun 4:00 PM Mumbai
9 RR Vs DC 05.04.20 Sun 8:00 PM Jaipur
10 KKR VS CSK 06.04.20 Mon 8:00 PM Kolkata
11 RCB Vs SRH 07.04.20 Tue 8:00 PM Bengaluru
12 PUN Vs MI 08.04.20 Wed 8:00 PM Mohali
13 RR Vs KKR 09.04.20 Thu 4:00 PM Jaipur
14 DC Vs RCB 10.04.20 Fri 8:00 PM Delhi
15 CSK Vs PUN 11.04.20 Sat 8:00 PM Chennai
16 SRH Vs RR 12.04.20 Sun 4:00 PM Hyderabad
17 KKR Vs MI 12.04.20 Sun 8:00 PM Kolkata
18 DC Vs CSK 13.04.20 Mon 8:00 PM Delhi
19 PUN Vs RCB 14.04.20 Tue 8:00 PM Mohali
20 MI Vs RR 15.04.20 Thu 8:00 PM Mumbai
21 SRH Vs KKR 16.04.20 Thu 8:00 PM Hyderabad
22 PUN Vs CSK 17.04.20 Fri 8:00 PM Mohali
23 RCB Vs RR 18.04.20 Sat 8:00 PM Bengaluru
24 DC Vs KKR 19.04.20 Sun 4:00 PM Delhi
25 CSK Vs SRH 19.04.20 Sun 8:00 PM Chennai
26 MI Vs PUN 20.04.20 Mon 8:00 PM Mumbai
27 RR Vs SRH 21.04.20 Tue 8:00 PM Jaipur
28 RCB Vs DC 22.04.20 Wed 8:00 PM Bengaluru
29 KKR Vs PUN 23.04.20 Thu 8:00 PM Kolkata
30 CSK Vs MI 24.04.20 Fri 8:00 PM Chennai
31 RR Vs RCB 25.04.20 Sat 8:00 PM Jaipur
32 PUN Vs KKR 26.04.20 Sun 4:00 PM Mohali
33 SRH Vs DC 26.04.20 Sun 8:00 PM Hyderabad
34 CSK Vs RCB 27.04.20 Mon 8:00 PM Chennai
35 MI Vs KKR 28.04.20 Tue 8:00 PM Mumbai
36 RR Vs PUN 29.04.20 Wed 8:00 PM Jaipur
37 SRH Vs CSK 30.04.20 Thu 8:00 PM Hyderabad
38 MI Vs DC 01.05.20 Fri 8:00 PM Mumbai
39 KKR Vs RR 02.05.20 Sat 8:00 PM Kolkata
40 RCB Vs PUN 03.05.20 Sun 4:00 PM Bengaluru
41 DC Vs SRH 03.05.20 Sun 8:00 PM Delhi Delhi
42 RR Vs CSK 04.05.20 Mon 8:00 PM Jaipur
43 SRH Vs RCB 05.05.20 Tue 8:00 PM Hyderabad
44 DC Vs MI 06.05.20 Wed 8:00 PM Delhi Delhi
45 CSK Vs KKR 07.05.20 Thu 8:00 PM Chennai
46 PUN Vs RR 08.05.20 Fri 8:00 PM Mohali
47 MI Vs SRH 09.05.20 Sat 8:00 PM Mumbai
48 CSK Vs DC 10.05.20 Sun 4:00 PM Chennai
49 KKR Vs RCB 10.05.20 Sun 8:00 PM Kolkata
50 RR Vs MI 11.05.20 Mon 8:00 PM Jaipur
51 SRH Vs PUN 12.05.20 Tue 8:00 PM Hyderabad
52 DC Vs RR 13.05.20 Wed 8:00 PM Delhi
53 RCB Vs CSK 14.05.20 Thu 8:00 PM Bengaluru
54 KKR Vs SRH 15.05.20 Fri 8:00 PM Kolkata
55 PUN Vs DC 16.05.20 Sat 8:00 PM Mohali
56 RCB Vs MI 17.05.20 Sun 8:00 PM Bengaluru
57 Qualifier-1 18.05.20 Mon 8:00 PM Kolkata
58 Eliminator 19.05.20 Tue 8:00 PM Bengaluru
59 Qualifier-2 20.05.20 Wed 8:00 PM Chennai
60 FINAL 24.05.20 Sun 8:00 PM Mumbai
South African bowlers who have conceded 50 plus runs in an innings in Twenty20 Internationals

South African bowlers who have conceded 50 plus runs in an innings in Twenty20 Internationals

L  Ngidi  of South Africa conceded  55 runs against England at Centurion to provide the 153rd occasion of a bowler conceding 50 plus runs in an innings in the history of T20 Internationals.

It also provide the ninth occasion of a South African a bowler conceding 50 plus runs in an innings in the history of T20 Internationals.

It also provide the twelfth occasion of a bowler conceding 50 plus runs in an innings in the history of T20 Internationals against England

It also provide the fourth occasion of a South African a bowler conceding 50 plus runs in an innings in the history of T20 Internationals against England. L Ngidi became the most expensive South African bowler against England in T20Is in terms of runs conceded. The other three bowlers – DW Steyn. BE Hendricks and K Rabada – have conceded 50 runs. The following tables lists the bowlers who have conceded 50 plus runs

No Player O M R W I Team Opp Ground Date
1 SM Pollock 4.0 0 52 1 1 RSA Win Jo’burg 11.09.07
2 DW Steyn 4.0 0 50 0 1 RSA Eng Bridgetown 08.05.10
3 M Morkel 3.0 0 50 0 2 RSA NZl Chattogram 24.03.14
4 BEHendricks 4.0 0 50 1 2 RSA Eng Chattogram 29.03.14
5 KJ Abbott 4.0 0 68 1 2 RSA Win Jo’burg 11.01.15
6 D Wiese 4.0 0 58 0 2 RSA Aus Jo’burg 06.03.16
7 K Rabada 4.0 0 50 2 2 RSA Eng Mumbai 18.03.16
8 D Paterson 4.0 0 51 0 1 RSA Ind Centurion 21.02.18
9 L Ngidi 4.0 0 55 2 2 RSA Eng Centurion 16.02.20
                     
No Player O M R W I Team Opp Ground Date
1 MNSamuels 4.0 0 52 0 2 Win Eng The Oval 28.06.07
2 J Sharma 4.0 0 57 0 2 Ind Eng Durban 19.09.07
3 R Rampaul 3.0 0 52 0 1 Win Eng Providence 03.05.10
4 DW Steyn 4.0 0 50 0 1 RSA Eng Bridgetown 08.05.10
5 I Dawlatzai 3.0 0 56 2 1 Afg Eng Col-RPS 21.09.12
6 BAWMendis 4.0 0 52 0 2 Srl Eng Chattogram 27.03.14
7 BE Hendricks 4.0 0 50 1 2 RSA Eng Chattogram 29.03.14
8 K Rabada 4.0 0 50 2 2 RSA Eng Mumbai 18.03.16
9 TA Boult 4.0 0 50 3 1 NZl Eng Hamilton 18.02.18
10 KWRichardson 4.0 0 59 0 1 Aus Eng Birmingham 27.06.18
11 BM Tickner 4.0 0 50 0 1 NZl Eng Napier 08.11.19
12 L Ngidi 4.0 0 55 2 2 RSA Eng Centurion 16.02.20
                     
No Player O M R W I Team Opp Ground Date
1 DW Steyn 4.0 0 50 0 1 RSA Eng Bridgetown 08.05.10
2 BEHendricks 4.0 0 50 1 2 RSA Eng Chattogram 29.03.14
3 K Rabada 4.0 0 50 2 2 RSA Eng Mumbai 18.03.16
4 L Ngidi 4.0 0 55 2 2 RSA Eng Centurion 16.02.20
                     
No Player O M R W I Team Opp Ground Date
1 L Ngidi 4.0 0 55 2 2 RSA Eng Centurion 16.02.20
2 DW Steyn 4.0 0 50 0 1 RSA Eng Bridgetown 08.05.10
3 BE Hendricks 4.0 0 50 1 2 RSA Eng Chattogram 29.03.14
4 K Rabada 4.0 0 50 2 2 RSA Eng Mumbai 18.03.16
Both captain and wicket keeper scoring fifties in the same innings in the history of T20 Internationals.

Both captain and wicket keeper scoring fifties in the same innings in the history of T20 Internationals.

JC Buttler and EJG Morgan of England scored 57 and 57 not out against South Africa at Centurion on 16 Feb 20 to provide the sixth occasion of both the captain  and wicket keeper  scoring fifties in  the  same  innings in the history of T20  Internationals.  All such occasions are tabulated below

No   Player Runs Inns Team Oppn Ground Date
1 + Umar Akmal 64 1 Pak RSA Cape Town 22.11.13
2 * Mohd Hafeez 63 1 Pak RSA Cape Town 22.11.13
                 
1 + Mohd Shahzad 61 1 Afg Sco Nagpur 08.03.16
2 * A Stanikzai 55* 1 Afg Sco Nagpur 08.03.16
                 
1 + H Klaasen 69 2 RSA Ind Centurion 21.02.18
2 * JP Duminy 64* 2 RSA Ind Centurion 21.02.18
                 
1 * NLTC Perera 58 1 Srl Ban Col-RPS 16.03.18
2 + MDKJ Perera 61 1 Srl Ban Col-RPS 16.03.18
                 
1 * V Kohli 59 2 Ind Win Providence 06.08.19
2 + RR Pant 65* 2 Ind Win Providence 06.08.19
                 
1 * EJG Morgan 57* 2 Eng RSA Centurion 16.02.20
2 + JC Buttler 57 2 Eng RSA Centurion 16.02.20

JC Buttler and EJG Morgan of England scored 57 and 57 not out against South Africa at Centurion on 16 Feb 20 to provide the second occasion of both the captain  and wicket keeper  scoring fifties in  the  same  innings in the history of T20  Internationals against South Africa.  Both such occasions are tabulated below

No   Player Runs Inns Team Oppn Ground Date
1 + Umar Akmal 64 1 Pak RSA Cape Town 22.11.13
2 * Mohd Hafeez 63 1 Pak RSA Cape Town 22.11.13
                 
1 * EJG Morgan 57* 2 Eng RSA Centurion 16.02.20
2 + JC Buttler 57 2 Eng RSA Centurion 16.02.20