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Ranji Trophy witnesses an unique instance of first four batsmen scoring centuries in an innings

Ranji Trophy witnesses an unique instance of first four batsmen scoring centuries in an innings

SP Amonkar {160}, VV Gavekar {160}, SK Patel {137} anf AA Verma {122} scored centuries in the Goan’s innings against Arunachal Pradesh at Porvorim in the Ranji Trophy game this season to provide the very first occasion of first four batsmen scoring centuries in an innings in the  history of Ranji Trophy

Four or more batsmen scoring centuries in an innings in a Ranji Trophy game

Four or more batsmen scoring centuries in an innings in a Ranji Trophy game

This season’s Goa-Arunachal Pradesh Ranji Trophy fixture at Porvorim, Goa witnessed  four Goan batsmen scoring centuries in its innings to  provide the  19th occasion of four or more batsmen scoring centuries in an innings in a Ranji Trophy fixture. All  such occasions are tabulated below

No 100s Team Oppn Ground Season
1 6 Holkar Mysore Indore 1945/46
2 4 Bombay Baroda Bom-BS 1945/46
3 4 Bombay Maharashtra Bom-BS 1947/48
4 4 Bengal Assam Calcutta 1951/52
5 4 Karnataka Delhi Delhi 1981/82
6 4 Delhi Haryana Delhi 1985/86
7 4 Delhi Orissa Delhi 1988/89
8 4 Delhi Bengal Delhi 1988/89
9 4 Karnataka Bengal Calcutta 1990/91
10 4 Bombay Delhi Delhi 1990/91
11 4 Bombay Haryana Faridabad 1993/94
12 4 Bombay Punjab Bom-WS 1994/95
13 4 Saurashtra Mumbai Rajkot 1996/97
14 4 Punjab Rajasthan Jaipur 2011/12
15 4 Tamil Nadu Gujarat Motera 2011/12
16 4 Delhi Tamil Nadu Delhi 2012/13
17 4 Punjab Railways Mohali 2015/16
18 4 Meghalaya Sikkim Bhubaneswar-K 2018/19
19 4 Goa Aru  Pra Porvorim 2019/20
Baroda dismissed for a total less than 100 runs in Ranji Trophy

Baroda dismissed for a total less than 100 runs in Ranji Trophy

Baroda was dismissed for 85 by Karnataka at Bengaluru today in the ongoing Ranji Trophy season 2019/20 to provide the 21st occasion of Baroda dismissed for a total less than 100 runs in the Ranji Trophy.  All such occasions are tabulated below

No Runs Opposition Ground season
1 37 Nawanagar Jamnagar 1937/38
2 42 Bombay Baroda-MBS 1971/72
3 60 Bombay Bombay-BS 1974/75
4 63 Karnataka Vadodara-MBS 1982/83
5 64 Tamil Nadu Vadodara-MBS 2004/05
6 74 Saurashtra Rajkot 1969/70
7 78 Maharashtra Pune-PCG 1997/98
8 85 Nawanagar Jamnagar 1937/38
9 85 Karnataka Bengaluru 2019/20
10 88 Haryana Vadodara-IPCL 1997/98
11 89 Mumbai Vadodara-IPCL 2001/02
12 92 Bombay Baroda-MBS 1963/64
13 93 Hyderabad Sec’bad-Gym 2004/05
14 93 Tamil Nadu Naya Raipur 2016/17
15 94 Delhi Delhi-FSK 1983/84
16 94 Tamil Nadu Vadodara-MBS 2008/09
17 97 Saurashtra Bhavnagar 1981/82
18 97 Bengal Lahli 2016/17
19 98 Hyderabad Sec’bad-Rlws 1948/49
20 98 Gujarat Ahmedabad-CCG 1950/51
21 98 Railways Vadodara-MBS 2019/20

Baroda was dismissed for 85 by Karnataka at Bengaluru today in the ongoing Ranji Trophy season 2019/20 to provide the second occasion of Baroda dismissed for a total less than 100 runs in the Ranji Trophy by Karnataka.  Both such occasions are tabulated below

No Runs Opposition Ground season
1 63 Karnataka Vadodara-MBS 1982/83
2 85 Karnataka Bengaluru 2019/20

The following teams  have dismissed Baroda all out for a total of less than 100 runs in Ranji Trophy on two or more occasions.  Bombay {04}, Tamil Nadu {03}, Hyderabad {02}, Karnataka {02}, Nawanagar {02} and Saurashta {02}

No Runs Opposition Ground season
1 42 Bombay Baroda-MBS 1971/72
2 60 Bombay Bombay-BS 1974/75
3 89 Mumbai Vadodara-IPCL 2001/02
4 92 Bombay Baroda-MBS 1963/64
         
1 64 Tamil Nadu Vadodara-MBS 2004/05
2 93 Tamil Nadu Naya Raipur 2016/17
3 94 Tamil Nadu Vadodara-MBS 2008/09
         
1 93 Hyderabad Sec’bad-Gym 2004/05
2 98 Hyderabad Sec’bad-Rlws 1948/49
         
1 63 Karnataka Vadodara-MBS 1982/83
2 85 Karnataka Bengaluru 2019/20
         
1 37 Nawanagar Jamnagar 1937/38
2 85 Nawanagar Jamnagar 1937/38
         
1 74 Saurashtra Rajkot 1969/70
2 97 Saurashtra Bhavnagar 1981/82
Teams winning 100 plus one day games after inserting the opposition – New Zealand joins the elite list

Teams winning 100 plus one day games after inserting the opposition – New Zealand joins the elite list

New Zealand won the toss and chose to field first and won the third one day game against India at Mount Maunganui on 11.02.20 to provide the 100th occasion of New Zealand doing so in one day games,  New Zealand became the fourth team to win 100 plus matches in the history of one day internationals after inserting the opposition, that is winning the game after winning the toss and fielding first. The other three teams are – India {159}, West Indies {124} and England {115}

India suffers its first ever three match one day series white wash – KL Rahul’s century in vain

India suffers its first ever three match one day series white wash – KL Rahul’s century in vain

Statistical highlights of the third one day game between New Zealand and India at Mount Maunganui on 11 Feb 2020

India lost this three match series Three-Nil and suffered its first whitewash in a three match one day series. It also provides the 94th occasion of a team winning a three match one day series Three-Nil. It also provides the 13th occasion of New Zealand winning a three match one day series Three-Nil. All such occasions are tabulated below

No Team M Opp Venue Series
1 NZl 3 Eng Eng in NZl 1982/83
2 NZl 3 Srl Srl in NZl 1982/83
3 NZl 3 Srl Srl in NZl 1990/91
4 NZl 3 Ban NZl in Ban 2004/05
5 NZl 3 Aus Aus in NZl 2006/07
6 NZl 3 Ban Ban in NZl 2007/08
7 NZl 3 Ban Ban in NZl 2009/10
8 NZl 3 Srl Srl in NZl 2011/12
9 NZl 3 Ban Ban in NZl 2016/17
10 NZl 3 Win Win in NZl 2017/18
11 NZl 3 Srl Srl in NZl 2018/19
12 NZl 3 Ban Ban in NZl 2018/19
13 NZl 3 Ind Ind in NZl 2019/20

New Zealand won the toss and chose to field first in this game to provide the 199th occasion of New Zealand doing so in one day games, It also provides the 23rd occasion of New Zealand doing so against India in one day games.

KL Rahul scored 112 in this game to provide the 294th occasion of an Indian batsman scoring a century in one day games. It also provides the 31st occasion of an Indian batsman scoring a century in one day games against New Zealand.

KL Rahul’s scored 112 in this game to provide the 89th occasion of an Indian batsman scoring a century in one day games on away soil. It also provides the eighth occasion of an Indian batsman scoring a century in one day games against New Zealand in New Zealand.

KL Rahul’s 112 in this game was in a losing cause to provide the 74th occasion of an Indian batsman’s century going in vain in one day games. It also provides the seventh occasion of an Indian batsman’s century in a losing cause in one day games against New Zealand.

KL Rahul’s 112 in this game was in a losing cause to provide the 30th occasion of an Indian batsman scoring a century going in vain in one day games on away soil. It also provides the fifth occasion of an Indian batsman’s century in a losing cause in one day games against New Zealand in New Zealand.

KL Rahul scored 112 in this game to provide the 164th occasion of a wicket keeper batsman scoring a century in one day games. It also provides the 14st occasion of an Indian wicket keeper batsman scoring a century in one day games.

KL Rahul scored 112 in this game to provide the eleventh occasion of a wicket keeper batsman scoring a century in one day games against New Zealand.  It also provides the first occasion of an Indian wicket keeper batsman scoring a century in one day games against New Zealand

KL Rahul scored 112 in this game to become the 43rd wicket keeper batsman to score a century in one day games. He also became the third Indian wicket keeper batsman to score a century in one day games. Others are – R Dravid and MS Dhoni.

KL Rahul’s 112 in this game was in a losing cause to provide the 43rd occasion of wicket keeper batsman’s century going in vain in one day games. It also provides the fifth occasion of an Indian wicket keeper batsman’s century in a losing cause in one day games.

KL Rahul’s 112 in this game was in a losing cause to provide the third occasion of a wicketkeeper batsman’s century going in vain in one day games against New Zealand. It also provides the first occasion of an Indian wicket keeper batsman’s century in a losing cause in one day games against New Zealand

SS Iyer-KL Rahul added 100 runs for the fourth wicket in this game to provide the 445th occasion of Indian batsmen posting a three figure partnership in one day games. It also provides the 69th occasion of Indian batsmen posting a three figure partnership for the fourth wicket in one day games.

SS Iyer-KL Rahul added 100 runs for the fourth wicket in this game to provide the 37th occasion of Indian batsmen posting a three figure partnership in one day games against New Zealand. It also provides the sixth occasion of Indian batsmen posting a three figure partnership for the fourth wicket in one day games against New Zealand.

KL Rahul-MK Pandey added 107 runs for the fifth wicket in this game to provide the 446th occasion of Indian batsmen posting a three figure partnership in one day games. It also provides the 45th occasion of Indian batsmen posting a three figure partnership for the fifth wicket in one day games.

KL Rahul-MK Pandey added 107 runs for the fifth wicket in this game to provide the 38th occasion of Indian batsmen posting a three figure partnership in one day games against New Zealand. It also provides the second occasion of Indian batsmen posting a three figure partnership for the fifth wicket in one day games against New Zealand. The other three figure partnership was between MS Dhoni-V Sehwag at Dambulla on 25 Aug 2010 and had yielded exactly similar number of runs – 107.

SS Iyer-KL Rahul added 100 runs for the fourth wicket in this game to provide the 86th occasion of batsmen posting exact 100 runs and exact 100 runs in an unfinished partnership in one day games. It also provides the 13th occasion of Indian batsmen posting exact 100 runs and exact 100 runs in an unfinished partnership in one day games. All such occasions are tabulated below

No Partners Wkt Runs Inns Opp Ground Date
1 Azharuddin,Gavaskar 4 100 1 Win Sharjah 22.11.85
2 Azharuddin,Kambli 3 100 2 Srl Kanpur 07.11.93
3 Azharuddin,Kambli 4 100 1 UAE Sharjah 13.04.94
4 A Jadeja,Tendulkar 1 100 1 NZl Delhi 03.11.94
5 Ganguly,SB Joshi 7 100 1 Aus Col-SSC 06.09.96
6 Azharuddin,Ganguly 3 100* 2 Ban Dhaka 30.05.00
7 RR Singh,Tendulkar 5 100 1 Srl Sharjah 20.10.00
8 R Dravid,Sehwag 5 100 1 Aus Bengaluru 25.03.01
9 Ganguly,Tendulkar 3 100 2 Srl Rajkot 11.02.07
10 Dhoni,Yuvraj Singh 4 100 1 Pak Kanpur 11.11.07
11 Z Khan,YK Pathan 9 100 2 RSA Centurion 23.01.11
12 Dhoni,B Kumar 8 100* 2 Srl Pallekele 24.08.17
13 SS Iyer,KL Rahul 4 100 1 NZl M Maunganui 11.02.20

It also provides the 13th occasion of Indian batsmen posting exact 100 runs and exact 100 runs in an unfinished partnership in one day games against New Zealand. Both such occasions are tabulated below

No Partners Wkt Runs Inns Opp Ground Date
1 A Jadeja,Tendulkar 1 100 1 NZl Delhi 03.11.94
2 SS Iyer,KL Rahul 4 100 1 NZl M  Maunganui 11.02.20

It also provides the fourh occasion of Indian batsmen posting exact 100 runs and exact 100 runs in an unfinished partnership for the fourth wicket in one day games. All such occasions are tabulated below

No Partners Wkt Runs Inns Opp Ground Date
1 Azharuddin,Gavaskar 4 100 1 Win Sharjah 22.11.85
2 Azharuddin,Kambli 4 100 1 UAE Sharjah 13.04.94
3 Dhoni,Yuvraj Singh 4 100 1 Pak Kanpur 11.11.07
4 SS Iyer,KL Rahul 4 100 1 NZl M Maunganui 11.02.20

SS Iyer-KL Rahul added 100 runs for the fourth wicket and KL Rahul-MK Pandey added 107 runs for the fifth wicket in this game to provide the 192nd occasion of batsmen posting two or more three figure partnerships in the same innings in one day games. It also provides the 43rd such occasion by Indian batsmen in one day games.

SS Iyer-KL Rahul added 100 runs for the fourth wicket and KL Rahul-MK Pandey added 107 runs for the fifth wicket in this game to provide the 14th occasion of batsmen posting two or more three figure partnerships in the same innings in one day games against New Zealand. It also provides the third such occasion by Indian batsmen in one day games against New Zealand. The other two occasions were at Christchurch on 08.03.19 and at Hamilton on 05.02.20

PP Shaw was dismissed run out for 40 in this game to provide the 137th occasion of an Indian opening batsman dismissed run out in one day games. It also provides the 18th        occasion of an Indian opening batsman dismissed run out in one day games against New Zealand.

HM Bennet returned with figures of four for 64 in this game to provide the 156th occasion of a New Zealand bowler capturing four or more wickets in one day games. It also provides the 22nd occasion of a New Zealand bowler capturing four or more wickets in one day games against India

HM Bennet returned with figures of four for 64 in this game to provide the 112th occasion of a New Zealand bowler capturing exact four wickets in one day games. It also provides the 15th occasion of a New Zealand bowler capturing exact four wickets in one day games against India

New Zealand posted 300 for 5 in this game to provide the 61st occasion of posting a total of 300 plus runs in one day games. It also provides the 13th occasion of New Zealand posting a total of 300 plus runs while batting second in one day games. All such occasions are tabulated below

No Team Score Overs I Res Opp Ground Date
1 NZl 301/09 50.0 2 Lost Aus Ch’church 26.02.00
2 NZl 320/10 49.5 2 Lost Aus Wellington 07.12.05
3 NZl 332/08 49.0 2 won Aus Ch’church 10.12.05
4 NZl 335/05 50.0 2 lost Aus Perth 28.01.07
5 NZl 340/05 48.4 2 won Aus Auckland 18.01.07
6 NZl 350/09 49.3 2 won Aus Hamilton 20.02.07
7 NZl 340/07 50.0 2 tied Eng Napier 20.02.08
8 NZl 334/10 45.1 2 Lost Ind Ch’church 08.03.09
9 NZl 306/07 49.0 2 won Eng S’hampton 14.06.15
10 NZl 331/07 50.0 2 lost Ind Kanpur 29.10.17
11 NZl 339/05 49.3 2 won Eng Dunedin 07.03.18
12 NZl 348/06 48.1 2 won Ind Hamilton 05.02.20
13 NZl 300/05 47.1 2 won Ind M Maunganui 11.02.20

It also provides the seventh occasion of New Zealand posting a total of 300 plus runs while batting second and won the one day game. All such occasions are tabulated below

No Team Score Overs I Res Opp Ground Date
1 NZl 332/08 49.0 2 won Aus Ch’church 10.12.05
2 NZl 340/05 48.4 2 won Aus Auckland 18.01.07
3 NZl 350/09 49.3 2 won Aus Hamilton 20.02.07
4 NZl 306/07 49.0 2 won Eng S’hampton 14.06.15
5 NZl 339/05 49.3 2 won Eng Dunedin 07.03.18
6 NZl 348/06 48.1 2 won Ind Hamilton 05.02.20
7 NZl 300/05 47.1 2 won Ind M Maunganui 11.02.20

It also provides the second occasion of New Zealand posting a total of 300 plus runs while batting second and won the one day game against India. Both such occasions are tabulated below

No Team Score Overs I Res Opp Ground Date
1 NZl 348/06 48.1 2 won Ind Hamilton 05.02.20
2 NZl 300/05 47.1 2 won Ind M Maunganui 11.02.20

MJ Guptill-HM Nicholls added 106 runs for the first wicket in this game to provide the 223rd occasion of New Zealand batsmen posting a three figure partnership in one day games.  It also provides the 46th occasion of New Zealand batsmen posting a three figure partnership for the first wicket in one day games

MJ Guptill-HM Nicholls added 106 runs for the first wicket in this game to provide the 32nd occasion of New Zealand batsmen posting a three figure partnership in one day games against India  It also provides the eighth occasion of New Zealand batsmen posting a three figure partnership for the first wicket in one day games against India

KS Williamson was making his 150th appearance in this game. He became the 14th New Zealand cricketer to appear in 150 plus games.

New Zealand won the toss and chose to field first and won this game to provide the 100th occasion of New Zealand doing so in one day games,  It also provides the 14th occasion of New Zealand winning the toss and fielding first and won the game against India in one day games.

New Zealand became the fourth team to win 100 plus games when a team has won the toss, fielded first and won the game. The other three teams are – India {159}, West Indies {124} and England {115}

Hat tricks in Test cricket – Naseem Shah of Pakistan joins the list

Hat tricks in Test cricket – Naseem Shah of Pakistan joins the list

Naseem Shah, the 16-year-old Pakistan fast bowler, became the youngest player to take a Test hat-trick when he dismissed Najmul Hossain Shanto, Taijul Islam and Mahmudullah on the third day of the first Test against Bangladesh in Rawalpindi. Shah’s feat saw him surpass the former Bangladesh legspinner Alok Kapali, who held the record for nearly 17 years, having taken a Test hat-trick against Pakistan in Ausust 2003, at the age of 19.

ESPNcricinfo’s ball-by-ball commentary recorded how Shah’s accomplishment came about:

40.4 Naseem Shah to Najmul Hossain Shanto, OUT, huge appeal for lbw, Pakistan are very interested. Azhar checks with the bowler, keeper and signals for a review. This one came back in a long way to hit Shanto on the right thigh pad or thereabouts. The height may be the only bone of consideration here. And what a good review it is, ball tracking confirms this would’ve crashed into leg stump. Measured call to take the review. It wasn’t impulsive, they all collectively felt it was worth a shout and boy, have they been proved right or what? Right at the fag end of the day. This will lift Pakistan just as Bangladesh were beginning to dream of wiping out the deficit with not more than two down.

Najmul Hossain Shanto lbw b Naseem Shah 38 (87b 3×4 1×6) SR: 43.67

Out comes Taijul, the nightwatchman

40.5 Naseem Shah to Taijul Islam, OUT, full, straight and gone! What a ball from Naseem. Make that two in two. This was angled back in from wide of the crease, the ball veered in late to beat the inside edge and hit him low on the pad. Naseem didn’t even bother appealing. Nigel Llong sent him on his bike almost immediately.

Taijul Islam lbw b Naseem Shah 0 (1b 0x4 0x6) SR: 0.00

Naseem Shah on a hat-trick. Mahmudullah comes out at No. 6. What did Bangladesh achieve by sending in a nightwatchman? The man who they wanted to protect has to face the hat-trick ball. Two slips and a short cover. Short leg, short midwicket. Here we go

40.6 Naseem Shah to Mahmudullah, OUT, edged and gone! Naseem has done it. Hat-trick! He has lit up this Test and how. Joy in the Pakistan camp. He bowled this full and wide. This was there for the drive even though the ball moved away just a little, Mahmudullah couldn’t hold back but was late on the shot. Got a thick edge that flew low but Haris pouched it superbly. He needed to stay low, moved instinctively to his right to pluck that. What a find this Naseem Shah is.

Mahmudullah c Haris Sohail b Naseem Shah 0 (1b 0x4 0x6) SR: 0.00

Naseem Shah’s feat provides the 45th occasion of a bowler performing a hat trick in the annals of test cricket. All such occasions are tabulated below with some interesting notes related to the feat. A hat-trick is when a bowler takes wickets with three consecutive deliveries

No Bowler Teams Ground Series
1 FR Spofforth Aus v Eng Melbourne 1878-79
2 W Bates Eng v Aus Melbourne 1882-83
3 J Briggs Eng v Aus Sydney 1891-92
4 GA Lohmann Eng v SAF Port Elizabeth 1895-96
5 JT Hearne Eng v Aus Leeds 1899
6 H Trumble Aus v Eng Melbourne 1901-02
7 H Trumble Aus v Eng Melbourne 1903-04
8 TJ Matthews-FI Aus v SAF Manchester 1912
9 TJ Matthews-SI Aus v SAF Manchester 1912
10 MJC Allom Eng v NZl Christchurch 1929-30
11 TWJ Goddard Eng v SAF Johannesburg 1938-39
12 PJ Loader Eng v Win Leeds 1957
13 LF Kline Aus v SAF Cape Town 1957-58
14 WW Hall Win v Pak Lahore 1958-59
15 GM Griffin SAF v Eng Lord’s 1960
16 LR Gibbs Win v Aus Adelaide 1960-61
17 PJ Petherick NZl v Pak Lahore 1976-77
18 CA Walsh Win v Aus Brisbane 1988-89
19 MG Hughes Aus v Win Perth 1988-89
20 DW Fleming Aus v Pak Rawalpindi 1994-95
21 SK Warne Aus v Eng Melbourne 1994-95
22 DG Cork Eng v Win Manchester 1995
23 D Gough Eng v Aus Sydney 1998-99
24 Wasim Akram Pak v Srl Lahore 1998-99
25 Wasim Akram Pak v Srl Dhaka 1998-99
26 DNT Zoysa Srl v Zim Harare 1999-00
27 Abdul Razzaq Pak v Srl Galle 1999-00
28 GD McGrath Aus v Win Perth 2000-01
29 Harbhajan Singh Ind v Aus Kolkata 2000-01
30 Mohammad Sami Pak v Srl Lahore 2001-02
31 JJC Lawson Win v Aus Bridgetown 2002-03
32 Alok Kapali Ban v Pak Peshawar 2003
33 AM Blignaut Zim v Ban Harare 2003-04
34 MJ Hoggard Eng v Win Barbados 2003-04
35 JEC Franklin NZl v Ban Dhaka 2004-05
36 IK Pathan Ind v Pak Karachi 2005-06
37 RJ Sidebottom Eng v NZl Hamilton 2007-08
38 PM Siddle Aus v Eng Brisbane 2010-11
39 SCJ Broad Eng v Ind Nottingham 2011
40 Sohag Gazi Ban v NZl Chittagong 2013-14
41 SCJ Broad Eng v Srl Leeds 2014
42 HMRKB Herath Srl v Aus Galle 2016
43 MM Ali Eng v SAF The Oval 2017
44 JJ Bumrah Ind v Win Kingston 2019
45 Naseem Shah Pak v Ban Rawalpindi 2020

NOTES –  Allom, Petherick and Fleming did the hat-trick on debut. The second Trumble and the Griffin hat-tricks were in the final Test of these players. The Walsh, Hughes and Lawson hat-tricks involved two innings. Matthews did the hat-trick in each innings. Petherick has the most expensive innings analysis of somebody doing the hat trick (3 for 103). Largest total to include a hat-trick is 537 by Pakistan at Rawalpindi, 1994-95. Least number of career Test wickets for a bowler doing a hat- trick is 6 by Alok Kapali. Zoysa’s hat-trick was from the first three balls he delivered in the Test. Pathan took his hat-trick in the first over of the Test.

Naseem Shah’s feat provides the fifth occasion of a Pakistan bowler performing the hat trick and he became the fourth  Pakistan bowler to do so

No Bowler Teams Ground Series
1 Wasim Akram Pak v Srl Lahore 1998-99
2 Wasim Akram Pak v Srl Dhaka 1998-99
3 Abdul Razzaq Pak v Srl Galle 1999-00
4 Mohd Sami Pak v Srl Lahore 2001-02
5 Naseem Shah Pak v Ban Rawalpindi 2020

Naseem Shah became the third bowler to perform the hat trick against Bangladesh in Test cricket.

No Bowler Teams Ground Series
1 AM Blignaut Zim v Ban Harare 2003-04
2 JEC Franklin NZl v Ban Dhaka 2004-05
3 Naseem Shah Pak v Ban Rawalpindi 2020

H Trumble, SCJ Broad, TJ Matthews and Wasim Akram are the four bowlers who have performed the hat trick on two occasions.

No Bowler Teams Ground Series
1 H Trumble Aus v Eng Melbourne 1901-02
2 H Trumble Aus v Eng Melbourne 1903-04
         
1 SCJ Broad Eng v Ind Nottingham 2011
2 SCJ Broad Eng v Srl Leeds 2014
         
1 TJ Matthews-FI Aus v SAF Manchester 1912
2 TJ Matthews-SI Aus v SAF Manchester 1912
         
1 Wasim Akram Pak v Srl Lahore 1998-99
2 Wasim Akram Pak v Srl Dhaka 1998-99

H Trumble, TJ Matthews and Wasim Akram are the three bowlers who have performed the hat trick on two occasions against the same oppositions

No Bowler Teams Ground Series
1 H Trumble Aus v Eng Melbourne 1901-02
2 H Trumble Aus v Eng Melbourne 1903-04
         
1 TJ Matthews-FI Aus v SAF Manchester 1912
2 TJ Matthews-SI Aus v SAF Manchester 1912
         
1 Wasim Akram Pak v Srl Lahore 1998-99
2 Wasim Akram Pak v Srl Dhaka 1998-99

H Trumble and TJ Matthews are the two bowlers who have performed the hat trick on two occasions against the same oppositions at the same venue

No Bowler Teams Ground Series
1 H Trumble Aus v Eng Melbourne 1901-02
2 H Trumble Aus v Eng Melbourne 1903-04
         
1 TJ Matthews-FI Aus v SAF Manchester 1912
2 TJ Matthews-SI Aus v SAF Manchester 1912

TJ Matthews is the only  bowler who has performed the hat trick in both innings of a test. His feat came  against South Africa at Manchester in 1912

No Bowler Teams Ground Series
1 TJ Matthews-FI Aus v SAF Manchester 1912
2 TJ Matthews-SI Aus v SAF Manchester 1912
India on the verge of losing first ever three day match one day series Three-Nil

India on the verge of losing first ever three day match one day series Three-Nil

India has lost the ongoing one day series against New Zealand Two-Nil. If it loses the third game, then it will suffer a white wash.  It will provide the 94th occasion of a team losing a three match one day series Three-Nil. Previous 93 occasions are tabulated below. It will also provide the first occasion of a three match one day series Three-Nil.

No Team M Opp Venue Series
1 Win 3 Eng Win in Eng 1976
2 Win 3 Pak Win in Pak 1980/81
3 Ind 3 Srl Srl in Ind 1982/83
4 NZl 3 Eng Eng in NZl 1982/83
5 NZl 3 Srl Srl in NZl 1982/83
6 Win 3 NZl Win in NZl 1986/87
7 Eng 3 Pak Eng in Pak 1987/88
8 Eng 3 Win Win in Eng 1988
9 Pak 3 NZl NZl in Pak 1990/91
10 Pak 3 Win Win in Pak 1990/91
11 NZl 3 Srl Srl in NZl 1990/91
12 Eng 3 Win Win in Eng 1991
13 Eng 3 NZl Eng in NZl 1991/92
14 Win 3 RSA RSA in Win 1991/92
15 Ind 3 Srl Srl in Ind 1992/93
16 Aus 3 Eng Aus in Eng 1993
17 Pak 3 Srl Srl in Pak 1993/94
18 Win 3 NZl Win in NZl 1994/95
19 Pak 3 Srl Srl in Pak 1996/97
20 Srl 3 Eng Eng in Srl 1996/97
21 Eng 3 Aus Aus in Eng 1997
22 Srl 3 Srl Srl in Srl 1997/98
23 Aus 3 Pak Aus in Pak 1998/99
24 Pak 3 Win Win in Can 1999
25 Aus 3 Srl Aus in Srl 1999/00
26 Srl 3 Pak Srl in Pak 1999/00
27 Eng 3 Srl Eng in Srl 1999/00
28 Srl 3 Eng Eng in Srl 2000/01
29 Srl 3 Ban Ban in Srl 2000/01
30 Win 3 Ken Win in Ken 2001
31 RSA 3 Srl RSA in Srl 2001/02
32 Srl 3 Ban Srl in Ban 2001/02
33 Pak 3 Ban Pak in Ban 2001/02
34 Pak 3 NZl NZl in Pak 2002
35 Srl 3 Ban Ban in Srl 2002
36 RSA 3 Ban Ban in RSA 2002/03
37 Aus 3 Ban Ban in Aus 2003
38 Eng 3 Ban Eng in Ban 2003/04
39 Win 3 Ban Ban in Win 2004
40 Aus 3 Srl Aus in Srl 2004
41 NZl 3 Ban NZl in Ban 2004/05
42 RSA 3 Srl Srl in RSA 2004/05
43 Pak 3 Win Pak in Win 2005
44 Srl 3 Ban Ban in Srl 2005
45 Aus 3 ICC ICC in Aus 2005/06
46 Aus 3 Ban Aus in Ban 2005/06
47 Ban 3 Kea Ban in Ken 2006
48 RSA 3 Srl Srl in RSA 2006/07
49 Ken 3 Ber Ber in Ken 2006/07
50 NZl 3 Aus Aus in NZl 2006/07
51 Srl 3 Ban Ban in Srl 2007
52 RSA 3 Srl RSA in Srl 2007
53 Ken 3 Ber Ber in Ken 2007/08
54 NZl 3 Ban Ban in NZl 2007/08
55 RSA 3 Ban RSA in Ban 2007/08
56 Ban 3 Ire Ire in Ban 2007/08
57 Aus 3 Ban Ban in Aus 2008
58 Pak 3 Win Win in UAE 2008/09
59 Ire 3 Ken Ken in Ire 2009
60 Ban 3 Win Ban in Win 2009
61 NZl 3 Ban Ban in NZl 2009/10
62 Eng 3 Ban Eng in Ban 2009/10
63 RSA 3 Srl Srl in RSA 2010/11
64 Aus 3 Ban Aus in Ban 2011
65 Pak 3 Srl Pak in Srl 2011
66 Pak 3 Ban Pak in Ban 2011/12
67 NZl 3 Srl Srl in NZl 2011/12
68 RSA 3 NZl RSA in NZl 2011/12
69 Win 3 Srl Srl in Win 2012/13
70 Ban 3 NZl NZl in Ban 2013/14
71 Srl 3 Ban Srl in Ban 2013/14
72 RSA 3 Srl RSA in Srl 2014
73 Win 3 Ban Ban in Win 2014
74 Aus 3 Pak Pak in UAE 2014/15
75 Ban 3 Pak Pak in Ban 2015
76 Ind 3 Srl Ind in Srl 2015
77 Srl 3 Win Win in Srl 2015/16
78 Ban 3 Srl Srl in Ban 2015/16
89 Ind 3 Srl Ind in Srl 2016
80 Pak 3 Win Win in UAE 2016/17
81 Aus 3 NZl NZl in Aus 2016/17
82 NZl 3 Ban Ban in NZl 2016/17
83 Eng 3 Win Eng in Win 2016/17
84 RSA 3 Ban Ban in RSA 2017/18
85 NZl 3 Win Win in NZl 2017/18
86 RSA 3 Srl Srl in RSA 2018/19
87 Ban 3 Srl Srl in Ban 2018/19
88 NZl 3 Srl Srl in NZl 2018/19
89 NZl 3 Ban Ban in NZl 2018/19
90 Ire 3 Srl Srl in Ire 2019
91 Srl 3 Ban Ban in Srl 2019
92 Win 3 Afg Afgi n Ind 2019/20
93 Win 3 Ire Ire in Win 2019/20

India has lost the ongoing one day series against New Zealand Two-Nil. If it loses the third game, then it will suffer a white wash.  It will provide the 13th occasion of New Zealand winning a three match one day series Three-Nil. Previous twelve occasions are tabulated below.

No Team M Opp Venue Series
1 NZl 3 Eng Eng in NZl 1982/83
2 NZl 3 Srl Srl in NZl 1982/83
3 NZl 3 Srl Srl in NZl 1990/91
4 NZl 3 Ban NZl in Ban 2004/05
5 NZl 3 Aus Aus in NZl 2006/07
6 NZl 3 Ban Ban in NZl 2007/08
7 NZl 3 Ban Ban in NZl 2009/10
8 NZl 3 Srl Srl in NZl 2011/12
9 NZl 3 Ban Ban in NZl 2016/17
10 NZl 3 Win Win in NZl 2017/18
11 NZl 3 Srl Srl in NZl 2018/19
12 NZl 3 Ban Ban in NZl 2018/19

India has suffered the white washes in the following series- in two five matches and one four match one day series. All such occasions are tabulated below

No Team M Opp Match Series
1 Win 5 Ind Win in Ind 1983/84
2 Win 5 Ind Ind in Win 1988/89
3 RSA 4 Ind Ind in RSA 2006/07
Under 19 World Cup – Key statistical tables

Under 19 World Cup – Key statistical tables

The Under19 World Cup was concluded yesterday on 09 Feb 20 with Bangladesh as winners and India as Runners. Here are the few key statistical tables of the tournament,

MATCH RESULTS

No Team 1 Team 2 Winner Margin Ground Date
1 RSA Afg Afg 007 wkts Kimberley Jan 17, 20
2 Ban Zim Ban 009 wkts P’stroom Jan 18, 20
3 Jap NZl N R   P’stroom (Uni) Jan 18, 20
4 Can UAE UAE 008 wkts Bloemfontein Jan 18, 20
5 Aus Win Win 003 wkts Kimberley Jan 18, 20
6 Pak Sco Pak 007 wkts P’stroom (Uni) Jan 19, 20
7 Ind Srl Ind 090 runs Bloemfontein Jan 19, 20
8 Eng Win Win 071 runs Kimberley Jan 20, 20
9 Aus Nig Aus 010 wkts Kimberley Jan 20, 20
10 Ban Sco Ban 007 wkts P’stroom Jan 21, 20
11 Ind Jap Ind 010 wkts Bloemfontein Jan 21, 20
12 RSA Can RSA 150 runs P’stroom Jan 22, 20
13 Afg UAE Afg 160 runs P’stroom (Uni) Jan 22, 20
14 Pak Zim Pak 038 runs P’stroom Jan 22, 20
15 NZl Srl NZl 003 wkts Bloemfontein Jan 22, 20
16 Aus Eng Aus 002 wkts Kimberley Jan 23, 20
17 Nig Win Win 246 runs Kimberley Jan 23, 20
18 Ban Pak N R   P’stroom Jan 24, 20
19 Afg Can Abd   P’stroom (Uni 2) Jan 24, 20
20 Ind NZl Ind 044 runs Bloemfontein Jan 24, 20
21 Jap Srl Srl 009 wkts P’stroom (Uni) Jan 25, 20
22 Sco Zim Zim 008 wkts P’stroom Jan 25, 20
23 RSA UAE RSA 023 runs Bloemfontein Jan 25, 20
24 Eng Nig Eng 008 wkts Kimberley Jan 25, 20
25 Eng Jap Eng 009 wkts P’stroom Jan 27, 20
26 Nig Srl Srl 233 runs P’stroom (Uni 2) Jan 27, 20
27 Aus Ind Ind 074 runs P’stroom Jan 28, 20
28 Can Zim Zim 095 runs P’stroom (U2) Jan 28, 20
29 Sco UAE Sco 007 wkts P’stroom Jan 28, 20
30 NZl Win NZl 002 wkts Benoni Jan 29, 20
31 Can Jap Can 182 runs Ibbies Oval Jan 30, 20
32 Nig UAE UAE 007 wkts P’stroom Jan 30, 20
33 Sco Srl Srl 097 runs P’stroom (U) Jan 30, 20
34 RSA Ban Ban 104 runs P’stroom Jan 30, 20
35 Afg Pak Pak 006 wkts Benoni Jan 31, 20
36 Eng Zim Eng 075 runs Kimberley Jan 31, 20
37 Can UAE Can 004 wkts P’stroom Feb 01, 20
38 Jap Nig Nig 008 wkts P’stroom (U2) Feb 01, 20
39 RSA Win Win 004 wkts P’stroom Feb 01, 20
40 Afg Aus Aus 004 wkts P’stroom (U) Feb 02, 20
41 Sco Zim Zim 172 runs Kimberley Feb 02, 20
42 Eng Srl Eng 152 runs Benoni Feb 03, 20
43 Ind Pak Ind 010 wkts P’stroom Feb 04, 20
44 RSA Afg Afg 005 wkts Benoni Feb 05, 20
45 Ban NZl Ban 006 wkts P’stroom Feb 06, 20
46 Aus Win N R   Benoni Feb 07, 20
47 NZl Pak Abd   Benoni Feb 08, 20
48 Ban Ind Ban 003 wkts P’stroom Feb 09, 20

HIGHEST TOTALS – 250 PLUS RUNS

No Team Score Overs Inns Opposition Ground Date
1 Zim 354/8 50.0 1 Sco Kimberley 02.02.20
2 RSA 349/8 50.0 1 Can P’stroom 22.01.20
3 Aus 319/8 50.0 1 Win Benoni 07.02.20
4 Srl 306/7 50.0 1 Nig P’stroom (U2) 27.01.20
5 Win 303/8 50.0 1 Nig Kimberley 23.01.20
6 Can 300/7 50.0 1 Jap Ibbies Oval 30.01.20
7 RSA 299/8 50.0 1 UAE Bloemfontein 25.01.20
8 Ind 297/4 50.0 1 Srl Bloemfontein 19.01.20
9 Pak 294/9 50.0 1 Zim P’stroom 22.01.20
10 Eng 286/9 50.0 1 Zim Kimberley 31.01.20
11 Eng 279/7 50.0 1 Srl Benoni 03.02.20
12 Srl 277/6 50.0 1 Sco P’stroom (U) 30.01.20
13 Zim 271/7 50.0 1 Can P’stroom (U 2) 28.01.20
14 Win 267/7 50.0 1 Eng Kimberley 20.01.20
15 Afg 265/6 50.0 1 UAE P’stroom (U) 22.01.20
16 Ban 261/5 50.0 1 RSA P’stroom 30.01.20
17 Zim 256 46.3 2 Pak P’stroom 22.01.20
18 Aus 253/8 50.0 2 Eng Kimberley 23.01.20
19 Eng 252/7 50.0 1 Aus Kimberley 23.01.20
20 Sco 250/3 44.2 2 UAE P’stroom 28.01.20

VICTORY MARGIN –BY 100 PLUS RUNS

No Winner Margin Target Opp Ground Date
1 Win 246 runs 304 Nig Kimberley 23.01.20
2 Srl 233 runs 307 Nig P’stroom (U2) 27.01.20
3 Can 182 runs 301 Jap Ibbies Oval 30.01.20
4 Zim 172 runs 355 Sco Kimberley 02.02.20
5 Afg 160 runs 266 UAE P’stroom (U) 22.01.20
6 Eng 152 runs 280 Srl Benoni 03.02.20
7 RSA 150 runs 350 Can P’stroom 22.01.20
8 Ban 104 runs 262 RSA P’stroom 30.01.20

VICTORY MARGIN – BY TEN WICKETS

No Winner Margin BR Target Overs Opp Ground Date
1 Aus 10 wkts 254 062 07.4 Nig Kimberley 20.01.20
2 Ind 10 wkts 271 042 04.5 Jap Bloemfontein 21.01.20
3 Ind 10 wkts 088 173 35.2 Pak P’stroom 04.02.20

BY BALLS REMAINING IN THE SECOND INNINGS – 100 PLUS BALLS

No Winner Margin BE Target Overs Opp Ground Date
1 Ind 10 wkts 271 42 4.5 Jap Bloemfontein 21.01.20
2 Aus 10 wkts 254 62 7.4 Nig Kimberley 20.01.20
3 Eng 08 wkts 234 59 11.0 Nig Kimberley 25.01.20
4 Eng 09 wkts 231 94 11.3 Jap P’stroom 27.01.20
5 Pak 07 wkts 230 76 11.4 Sco P’stroom (U) 19.01.20
6 Ban 07 wkts 200 90 16.4 Sco P’stroom 21.01.20
7 Nig 08 wkts 164 116 22.4 Jap P’stroom (U 2) 01.02.20
8 Afg 07 wkts 150 130 25.0 RSA Kimberley 17.01.20
9 Zim 08 wkts 149 141 17.1 Sco P’stroom 25.01.20
10 UAE 07 wkts 124 146 29.2 Nig P’stroom 30.01.20

MOST RUNS – 150 PLUS RUNS

No Player Team Mat Inns Runs HS Ave C HC 0
1 YBK Jaiswal Ind 6 6 400 105* 133.33 1 4 0
2 R Rasantha Srl 6 6 286 102* 71.50 1 1 0
3 B Parsons RSA 6 6 265 121 44.16 1 1 0
4 T Marumani Zim 6 6 257 90 42.83 0 2 0
5 DR Mousley Enf 6 5 241 111 80.33 1 2 0
6 I Zadran Afg 5 5 240 87 60.00 0 3 0
7 E Bawa Zim 6 5 239 105* 59.75 1 1 0
8 S Fanning Aus 5 5 236 75 59.00 0 2 0
9 L Beaufort RSA 6 6 229 85 38.16 0 2 0
10 RA Mariu NZl 5 5 206 86 41.20 0 2 0
11 M Shumba Zim 6 6 205 69 41.00 0 2 0
12 J Figy UAE 6 6 197 102* 49.25 1 0 2
13 KS Melius Win 6 6 191 65 31.83 0 1 0
14 BW-Greenall NZl 5 5 186 80 62.00 0 2 0
15 MH Joy Ban 6 6 184 100 46.00 1 0 1
16 JA Bird RSA 6 6 179 54 29.83 0 1 1
17 V Aravind UAE 6 6 173 61 28.83 0 1 0
18 PH Emon Ban 6 6 166 58* 33.20 0 1 0
19 Tanzid Hasan Ban 6 6 166 80 27.66 0 1 1
20 KA Anderson Win 6 5 162 86* 40.50 0 1 0
21 W Madhevere Zim 6 6 158 53 26.33 0 2 0
22 ND Perera Srl 6 5 157 66 31.40 0 2 1
23 LD Hearne Aus 6 5 156 58 31.20 0 1 1
24 KSA McKenzie Win 6 5 152 99 38.00 0 1 0
25 Farhan Zakhil Afg 5 5 151 91* 37.75 0 1 0
26 DA Saxena Ind 5 5 150 59* 50.00 0 2 0

HIGH SCORES – CENTURIES

No Player Runs Team Opp Ground Date
1 B Parsons 121 RSA Can P’stroom 22.01.20
2 DRMousley 111 Eng Srl Benoni 03.02.20
3 E Bawa 105* Zim Can P’stroom (Uni 2) 28.01.20
4 YBK Jaiswal 105* Ind Pak P’stroom 04.02.20
5 J Figy 102* UAE Can Bloemfontein 18.01.20
6 R Rasantha 102* Srl Nig P’stroom (Uni 2) 27.01.20
7 NA Manohar 101 Can Jap Ibbies Oval 30.01.20
8 MH Joy 100 Ban NZl P’stroom 06.02.20

INDIVIDUAL NINETIES

No KSAMcKenzie 99 Win NZl Benoni 29.01.20
1 F Zakhil 91* Afg Aus P’stroom (Uni) 02.02.20
2 Mihir Patel 90 Can UAE Bloemfontein 18.01.20
3 GCH Hill 90 Eng Zim Kimberley 31.01.20
4 T Marumani 90 Zim Sco Kimberley 02.02.20

MOST WICKETS – TEN OR MORE

No Player Team M I O M R W 4 5
1 Ravi Bishnoi Ind 6 6 52.0 6 181 17 3 0
2 S Ghafari Afg 5 5 45.4 9 112 16 1 2
3 Akhil Kumar Can 5 5 47.0 1 246 16 1 1
4 T Sangha Aus 6 5 48.0 8 172 15 2 1
5 DMadushanka Srl 6 6 45.2 1 240 13 0 1
6 LPGoldsworthy Eng 6 6 49.0 9 115 12 0 1
7 R Hasan Ban 6 5 40.0 4 122 12 1 1
8 H Qadri Eng 6 6 51.4 7 176 12 1 0
9 Aryan Lakra UAE 6 6 60.0 7 244 12 0 0
10 Kartik Tyagi Ind 6 6 44.2 3 153 11 1 0
11 AR Nedd Win 6 6 51.4 6 183 11 0 0
12 JNT Seales Win 6 6 47.0 3 183 10 2 0

FOUR OR MORE WICKETS IN AN INNINGS

No Player O M R W Team Opp Ground Date
1 S Ghafari 9.1 2 15 6 Afg RSA Kimberley 17.01.20
2 Akhil Kumar 10.0 1 46 6 Can Jap Ibbies Oval 30.01.20
3 Mohd Wasim 7.5 2 12 5 Pak Sco P’stroom (U) 19.01.20
4 T Sangha 10.0 4 14 5 Aus Nig Kimberley 20.01.20
5 R Hasan 9.3 0 19 5 Ban RSA P’stroom 30.01.20
6 LPGoldsworthy 7.0 0 21 5 Eng Srl Benoni 03.02.20
7 S Ghafari 8.0 2 23 5 Afg UAE P’stroom (U) 22.01.20
8 I Uboh 8.0 0 23 5 Nig Jap P’stroom (U2) 01.02.20
9 DMadushanka 7.3 1 36 5 Srl Nig P’stroom (U2) 27.01.20
10 NRJ Young 9.0 0 45 5 Win Eng Kimberley 20.01.20
11 P Chesa 10.0 0 49 5 Zim Sco Kimberley 02.02.20
12 Ravi Bishnoi 8.0 3 5 4 Ind Jap Bloemfontein 21.01.20
13 GCH Hill 7.5 2 12 4 Eng Nig Kimberley 25.01.20
14 S Ghafari 8.3 3 15 4 Afg RSA Benoni 05.02.20
15 JNT Seales 6.0 0 19 4 Win Nig Kimberley 23.01.20
16 R Hasan 5.3 0 20 4 Ban Sco P’stroom 21.01.20
17 H Qadri 7.0 2 24 4 Eng Nig Kimberley 25.01.20
18 Kartik Tyagi 8.0 0 24 4 Ind Aus P’stroom 28.01.20
19 KDC Clarke 7.5 2 25 4 NZl Win Benoni 29.01.20
20 S Ndlela 7.0 2 27 4 Zim Sco P’stroom 25.01.20
21 T Sangha 10.0 1 30 4 Aus Win Kimberley 18.01.20
22 MA  Khan 6.0 0 30 4 Pak Ban P’stroom 24.01.20
23 Ravi Bishnoi 5.0 0 30 4 Ind NZl Bloemfontein 24.01.20
24 Ravi Bishnoi 10.0 3 30 4 Ind Ban P’stroom 09.02.20
25 DO Cairns 7.0 0 32 4 Sco UAE P’stroom 28.01.20
26 R Mukherjee 10.0 0 35 4 UAE Nig P’stroom 30.01.20
27 T Sangha 10.0 2 41 4 Aus Afg P’stroom (U) 02.02.20
28 W Madhevere 10.0 0 42 4 Zim Eng Kimberley 31.01.20
29 JNT Seales 8.0 0 49 4 Win Aus Kimberley 18.01.20
30 Akhil Kumar 10.0 0 56 4 Can RSA P’stroom 22.01.20

MOST RUNS CONCEDED IN AN INNINGS-SIXTY PLUS RUNS

No Player O M R W Team Opp Ground Date
1 RR Joshi 10.0 1 71 1 Can Zim P’stroom (U2) 28.01.20
2 NRJ Young 8.0 0 70 1 Win Aus Benoni 07.02.20
3 DMadushanka 10.0 0 69 1 Srl Ind Bloemfontein 19.01.20
4 A Verma 9.0 0 69 2 Can RSA P’stroom 22.01.20
5 B Simpson 8.0 0 69 1 Aus Eng Kimberley 23.01.20
6 Kess Sajjad 9.0 0 69 1 Sco Zim Kimberley 02.02.20
7 Muhd Kamal 6.0 0 68 0 Can RSA P’stroom 22.01.20
8 BC Cullen 7.0 0 68 2 Eng Aus Kimberley 23.01.20
9 SA Okpe 10.0 0 66 2 Nig Win Kimberley 23.01.20
10 MW Forde 9.0 0 64 2 Win NZl Benoni 29.01.20
11 L Mehlig 10.0 0 64 2 Jap Can Ibbies Oval 30.01.20
12 CD Peet 10.0 0 64 2 Sco Zim Kimberley 02.02.20
13 Akhil Kumar 10.0 0 63 3 Can Zim P’stroom (U2) 28.01.20
15 GPBalderson 9.0 1 61 1 Eng Win Kimberley 20.01.20
15 GS Gosal 10.0 0 61 0 Can RSA P’stroom 22.01.20
16 M Morita 10.0 0 61 0 Jap Can Ibbies Oval 30.01.20
17 Kess Sajjad 10.0 0 61 1 Sco Srl P’stroom (U) 30.01.20
18 DO Cairns 9.0 0 61 2 Sco Zim Kimberley 02.02.20
19 CDHChethiya 9.0 0 60 1 UAE Afg P’stroom (U) 22.01.20
20 A Ashok 8.0 0 60 0 NZl Win Benoni 29.01.20

SIXTY PLUS RUNS CONCEDED  IN AN INNINGS WITHOUT A WICKET

No Player O M R W Team Opp Ground Date
1 Muhd Kamal 6.0 0 68 0 Can RSA P’stroom 22.01.20
2 GS Gosal 10.0 0 61 0 Can RSA P’stroom 22.01.20
3 M Morita 10.0 0 61 0 Jap Can Ibbies Oval 30.01.20
4 A Ashok 8.0 0 60 0 NZl Win Benoni 29.01.20

HIGHEST PARTNERSHIPS FOR EACH WICKET

Wkt Runs Partners Team Opp Ground Date
1st 176* YBK Jaiswal, DA Saxena Ind Pak P’stroom 04.02.20
2nd 149 Aryan Lakra, J Figy UAE Can Bloemfontein 18.01.20
3rd 152 B Parsons, L Beaufort RSA UAE Bloemfontein 25.01.20
4th 103 ND Perera, A W”singhe Srl Sco P’stroom (U) 30.01.20
5th 101 LD Hearne, C Connolly Aus Win Benoni 07.02.20
6th 101 KA Anderson, NRJ Young Win Eng Kimberley 20.01.20
7th 090 MJS Patrick, JM James Win Nig Kimberley 23.01.20
8th 130* E Bawa, G Chirawu Zim Can P’stroom (U 2) 28.01.20
9th 086* JFA Field, KDC Clarke NZl Win Benoni 29.01.20
10th 036 HS Bedi, RR Joshi Can Zim P’stroom (U 2) 28.01.20

THREE FIGURE PARTNERSHIPS                                                                                        

No Partners Runs Wkt Team Opp Ground Date
1 YJaiswal/DA Saxena 176* 1st Ind Pak P’stroom 04.02.20
2 BParsons/LBeaufort 152 3rd RSA UAE Bloemfontein 25.01.20
3 A Lakra/J Figy 149 2nd UAE Can Bloemfontein 18.01.20
4 DRMousley/JAHaynes 142 3rd Eng Srl Benoni 03.02.20
5 TMarumani/MShumba 138 2nd Zim Sco Kimberley 02.02.20
6 E Bawa/G Chirawu 130* 8th Zim Can P’stroom (U2) 28.01.20
7 TMarumani/MShumba 121 2nd Zim Sco P’stroom 25.01.20
8 RA Mariu/OJ White 119 1st NZl Jap P’stroom (U) 18.01.20
9 YJaiswal/DA Saxena 115* 1st Ind NZl Bloemfontein 24.01.20
10 IZadran/Rahmanullah 112 3rd Afg UAE P’stroom (U) 22.01.20
11 RAMariu/BWGreenall 111 3rd NZl Srl Bloemfontein 22.01.20
12 NDPerera/AWSinghe 103 4th Srl Sco P’stroom (U) 30.01.20
13 T Hridoy/SHossain 102 4th Ban RSA P’stroom 30.01.20
14 KAAnderson/NRJYoung 101 6th Win Eng Kimberley 20.01.20
15 MH Joy/S Hossain 101 4th Ban NZl P’stroom 06.02.20
16 LDHearne/CConnolly 101 5th Aus Win Benoni 07.02.20
Statistical highlights of the second one day between New Zealand-India at Auckland on 08 Feb 20

Statistical highlights of the second one day between New Zealand-India at Auckland on 08 Feb 20

India won the toss and decided to field first to provide the 276th occasion of India doing so in one day games. It also provides the 34th occasion of India doing so in one day games against New Zealand. It also provides the fifth occasion of India doing so in one day games against New Zealand at Auckland.

New Zealand capped KA Jamieson for this game. He became the 195th cricketer to represent New Zealand in one day games. He also became the 19th New Zealand cricketer to make his one day debut against India.

New Zealand capped KA Jamieson for this game. He became the 87th cricketer to represent New Zealand in one day games on home soil. He also became the twelfth New Zealand cricketer to make his one day debut against India on home soil and the first cricketer to make his debut against India at Auckland.

New Zealand capped Kyle Jamieson for its second one day game against India at Auckland on 08 Feb 20. His height is 6’8”. He became the fifth tallest cricketer in the world {6’8” and above} and also 17th tallest cricketer {6’5” and above] to play cricket. The following table lists all the seventeen cricketers. He also became the New Zealand’s tallest cricketer. The previous record was credited to Jacab Oram who was 6’6”

MJ Guptill was dismissed run out for 79 in this game to provide the 26th occasion of a New Zealand opening batsman dismissed run out after scoring a fifty in one day games. It also provides the seventh occasion of New Zealand opening batsman dismissed run out after scoring a fifty in one day games against India.

MJ Guptill was dismissed run out for 79 in this game to provide the third occasion of his being dismissed run out as an opening batsman after scoring a fifty in one day games. He became the third New Zealand opening batsman to be dismissed  run out  after scoring a fifty in one day games on three or more occasions. The other two are – NJ Astle {05} and JG Wright {04}.

No Player Runs Inns Opp Ground Start Date
1 NJ Astle 60 2 Pak Karachi 08 Dec 1996
2 NJ Astle 67 2 Zim Wellington 06 Feb 1998
3 NJ Astle 55 2 Aus Napier 12 Feb 1998
4 NJ Astle 117 1 Ind Col-RPS 20 Jul 2001
5 NJ Astle 83 1 Srl Napier 28 Dec 2006
             
1 JG Wright 69 2 Eng Manchester 20 Jun 1979
2 JG Wright 55 1 Eng Melbourne 13 Jan 1983
3 JG Wright 61 2 Srl Adelaide 09 Jan 1988
4 JG Wright 55 2 Ind Sharjah 01 Apr 1988
             
1 MJ Guptill 57 2 Afg Napier 08 Mar 2015
2 MJ Guptill 90 1 Aus Auckland 03 Feb 2016
3 MJ Guptill 79 1 Ind Auckland 08 Feb 2020

LRPL Taylor scored 73 in this game to provide his eleventh fifty against India. He now owns the record for most fifties by a New Zealand batsman against India. He went past NJ Astle who has scored ten fifties against India.

LRPL Taylor scored 73 in this game to provide his eighth half century against India. He now shares the the second place for most half centuries by a New Zealand batsman against India with KS Williamson. KS Williamson has also scored eight half centuries against India. The first place is occupied by SP Fleming who has scored nine half centuries against India.

V Kohli was playing his 25th one day game against New Zealand. He became the eleventh Indian cricketer to play 25 plus one day games against New Zealand.

V Kohli’s 51 in the first one day game was his  13th fifty against New Zealand .He shares the record for most  fifties by an Indian batsman against New Zealand with SR Tendulkar. SR Tendulkar has also scored 13 fifties.

V Kohli’s 51 in the first one day game was his eighth  half century against New Zealand .He shares the record for most  half centuries by an Indian batsman against New Zealand with SR Tendulkar. SR Tendulkar has also scored eight half centuries. V Kohli went past M Azharuddin and MS Dhoni  who have scored seven half centuries against New Zealand.

India won the toss and decided to field first and lost the game to provide the 106th occasion of India doing so in one day games. It also provides the 15th occasion of India doing so in one day games against New Zealand.

India’s first loss against New Zealand after it had won the toss and decided to field first was at Brisbane on 18 Jan 81. India has lost this game by 22 runs. By an amazing statistical coincidence, India lost this game by an identical 22 runs after winning the toss and fielding first against New Zealand.

The Result summary at the end of this game between New Zealand and India read thus

Team Mat Won Lost Tied NR
Ind 109 55 48 1 5
NZl 109 48 55 1 5

India lost this game under V Kohli’s captaincy to provide its fourth loss against New Zealand out of nine outings in one day games. India has won five and lost five.

India’s performance in one day games at the end of this game under V Kohli read thus- played 88 one day games, won 62, lost 23, Tied one game and two games have ended in No Result

Captain Mat Won Lost Tied NR
V Kohli 88 62 23 1 2

India lost this three match  series two-nil to  provide its 15th series loss in two or three match series. All such occasions are tabulated below

No Team M W L T NR Win Venue Series
1 India 2 0 2 0 0 Eng Eng 1974
2 India 2 0 2 0 0 NZl NZl 1975/76
3 India 3 1 2 0 0 Pak Pak 1978/79
4 India 2 0 2 0 0 NZl NZl 1980/81
5 India 2 0 2 0 0 Eng Eng 1982
6 India 3 1 2 0 0 Win Win 1982/83
7 India 3 0 2 0 1 Pak Pak 1989/90
8 India 3 1 2 0 0 Srl Srl 1993
9 India 3 0 2 0 1 Eng Eng 1996
10 India 3 1 2 0 0 Pak Pak 1997/98
11 India 3 1 2 0 0 Pak Ind 2012/13
12 India 3 0 2 0 1 RSA RSA 2013/14
13 India 3 1 2 0 0 Ban Ban 2015
14 India 3 1 2 0 0 Eng Eng 2018
15 India 2 0 2 0 0 NZl NZl 2019/20
World’s Tallest Cricketers

World’s Tallest Cricketers

New Zealand capped Kyle Jamieson for its second one day game against India at Auckland on 08 Feb 20. His height is 6’8”. He became the fifth tallest cricketer in the world {6’8” and above} and also 17th tallest cricketer {6’5” and above] to play cricket. The following table lists all the seventeen cricketers.

No Player Team Ht in inch Ht in cm
01. Mohammed Irfan Pak Height: 7’1” 216 cm
02. Joel Garner Win Height: 6′8″ 203 cm
03. Peter George Aus Height: 6’8” 203 cm
04. Boyd Rankin Eng – Ire Height: 6’8” 203 cm
05. Kyle Jamieson NZl Height: 6’8” 203 cm
06. Chris Tremlett Eng Height: 6’7” 201 cm
07. Steven Finn Eng Height: 6’7” 201 cm
08. Curtly Ambrose Win Height: 6’7” 201 cm
09. Sulieman Benn Win Height: 6’7” 201 cm
10. Jason Holder Win Height: 6.7″ 201 cm
11. Tom Moody Aus Height: 6’7” 200 cm
13. David Larter Sco Height: 6’7” 200 cm
14. Tony Greig Eng Height: 6′6″ 198 cm
15. Courtney Walsh Win Height: 6’6” 198 cm
16. Jacob Oram NZl Height: 6’6” 198 cm
17. Morne Morkel RSA Height: 6’5” 198 cm

He also became the New Zealand’s tallest cricketer. The previous record was credited to Jacab Oram who was 6’6”