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Indian batsmen posting 200 plus runs for the first wicket in a test innings

Indian batsmen posting 200 plus runs for the first wicket in a test innings

S Dhawan and  M Vijay posted 239 runs in an unfinished stand for the first wicket in the ongoing only test against Bangladesh at Fatullah on the first day of the test to provide the 12th occasion of Indian batsmen posting a 200 plus runs partnership for the first wicket in a test innings. All such occasions are listed below

 

No Partners Wkt Runs Inns Opposition Ground Start Date
1 VM Merchant, S Mushtaq Ali 1 203 3 v England Manchester 25 Jul 1936
2 MH Mankad, P Roy 1 413 1 v New Zealand Chennai 06 Jan 1956
3 CPS Chauhan, SM Gavaskar 1 213 4 v England The Oval 30 Aug 1979
4 SM Gavaskar, K Srikkanth 1 200 2 v Pakistan Chennai 03 Feb 1987
5 SB Bangar, V Sehwag 1 201 1 v West Indies Mumbai 09 Oct 2002
6 G Gambhir, V Sehwag 1 218 2 v South Africa Kanpur 20 Nov 2004
7 R Dravid, V Sehwag 1 410 2 v Pakistan Lahore 13 Jan 2006
8 W Jaffer, V Sehwag 1 213 2 v South Africa Chennai 26 Mar 2008
9 G Gambhir, V Sehwag 1 233 1 v Sri Lanka Kanpur 24 Nov 2009
10 V Sehwag, M Vijay 1 221 2 v Sri Lanka Mumbai (BS) 02 Dec 2009
11 S Dhawan, M Vijay 1 289 2 v Australia Mohali 14 Mar 2013
12 S Dhawan, M Vijay 1 239* 1 v Bangladesh Fatullah 10 Jun 2015

 

S Dhawan and M Vijay became the second pair of Indian batsmen to post 200 plus runs for the first wicket on two occasions.  The other occasions was witnessed against Australia at Mohali in Mar 2013. The other pair to perform such a feat was G Gambhir-V Sehwag pair. The performance  of these two pairs are listed below

 

No Partners Wkt Runs Inns Opposition Ground Start Date
1 G Gambhir, V Sehwag 1 218 2 v South Africa Kanpur 20 Nov 2004
2 G Gambhir, V Sehwag 1 233 1 v Sri Lanka Kanpur 24 Nov 2009
               
1 S Dhawan, M Vijay 1 289 2 v Australia Mohali 14 Mar 2013
2 S Dhawan, M Vijay 1 239* 1 v Bangladesh Fatullah 10 Jun 2015

 

Ninety plus runs conceded by bowlers in a one day game

Ninety plus runs conceded by bowlers in a one day game

MJ McClenaghan returned with figure of 2 for 93 in the first one day game against England at Birmingham on 09.06.15 to provide the 37th occasion of a bowler conceding 90 plus runs in a one day game in the history of one day internationals. All such occasions are listed below

 

No Player O M R W Inns Team Oppn Ground Start Date
1 ML Lewis 10.0 0 113 0 2 Aus RSA Johannesburg 12 Mar 2006
2 MC Snedden 12.0 1 105 2 1 NZl Eng The Oval 09 Jun 1983
3 TG Southee 10.0 0 105 0 1 NZl Ind Christchurch 08 Mar 2009
4 BV Vitori 9.0 0 105 1 1 Zin NZl Napier 09 Feb 2012
5 JO Holder 10.0 2 104 1 1 Win RSA Sydney 27 Feb 2015
6 R Vinay Kumar 9.0 0 102 1 2 Ind Aus Bangalore 02 Nov 2013
7 Dawlat Zadran 10.0 1 101 2 1 Afg Aus Perth 04 Mar 2015
7 M Muralitharan 10.0 0 99 0 1 Srl Aus Sydney 12 Feb 2006
9 ALF de Mel 10.0 0 97 1 1 Srl Win Karachi 13 Oct 1987
10 SJ Harmison 10.0 0 97 0 2 Eng Srl Leeds 01 Jul 2006
11 Shafiul Islam 9.0 0 97 2 1 Ban Eng Birmingham 12 Jul 2010
12 AM Blignaut 9.0 0 96 2 1 Zim NZl Bulawayo 24 Aug 2005
13 RDM Leverock 10.0 0 96 1 1 Ber Ind Port of Spain 19 Mar 2007
14 SL Malinga 7.4 0 96 1 2 Srl Ind Hobart 28 Feb 2012
15 CJ Anderson 10.0 0 96 1 1 NZl Pak Sharjah 14 Dec 2014
16 AD Russell 10.0 0 96 2 1 Win NZl Wellington 21 Mar 2015
17 PC Connell 9.0 0 95 0 1 Ire NZl Aberdeen 01 Jul 2008
18 WD Parnell 10.0 0 95 2 1 RSA Ind Gwalior 24 Feb 2010
19 Shafiul Islam 10.0 0 95 3 1 Ban Pak Dambulla 21 Jun 2010
20 SW Masakadza 10.0 0 95 2 1 Zim RSA Benoni 22 Oct 2010
21 JE Taylor 10.0 0 95 1 1 Win RSA Johannesburg 18 Jan 2015
22 KJ O’Brien 7.0 0 95 1 1 Ire RSA Canberra 03 Mar 2015
23 ST Jayasuriya 10.0 0 94 3 1 Srl Pak Nairobi (Gym) 04 Oct 1996
24 PW Borren 10.0 0 94 1 1 Net Srl Amstelveen 04 Jul 2006
25 Wahab Riaz 10.0 0 93 2 1 Pak RSA Johannesburg 17 Mar 2013
26 RAS Lakmal 10.0 0 93 0 1 Srl NZl Dunedin 23 Jan 2015
27 Bilawal Bhatti 10.0 0 93 0 1 Pak NZl Napier 03 Feb 2015
28 MJ McClenaghan 10.0 0 93 2 1 NZl Eng Birmingham 09 Jun 2015
29 RJ van Vuuren 10.0 0 92 0 1 Nam Aus Potchefstroom 27 Feb 2003
30 Naved-ul-Hasan 8.0 0 92 2 1 Pak RSA Centurion 04 Feb 2007
31 E Chigumbura 10.0 0 92 1 1 Zim NZl Napier 09 Feb 2012
32 WF Stelling 10.0 0 91 2 1 Net Srl Amstelveen 06 Jul 2006
33 LN Onyango 10.0 0 91 0 1 Ken Zim Harare 12 Oct 2009
34 JM Anderson 10.0 0 91 1 2 Eng Aus Sydney 02 Feb 2011
35 JM Anderson 9.5 0 91 1 1 Eng Ind Bangalore 27 Feb 2011
36 JO Holder 9.0 0 91 0 1 Win RSA Johannesburg 18 Jan 2015
37 KJ O’Brien 10.0 0 90 2 2 Ire Zim Hobart 07 Mar 2015

 

MJ McClenaghan returned with figure of 2 for 93 in the first one day game against England at Birmingham on 09.06.15 to provide the fourth occasion of a New Zealand bowler conceding 90 plus runs in a one day game in the history of one day internationals. All such occasions are listed below

 

No Player O M R W Inns Team Oppn Ground Start Date
1 MC Snedden 12.0 1 105 2 1 NZl Eng The Oval 09 Jun 1983
2 TG Southee 10.0 0 105 0 1 NZl Ind Christchurch 08 Mar 2009
3 CJ Anderson 10.0 0 96 1 1 NZl Pak Sharjah 14 Dec 2014
4 MJ McClenaghan 10.0 0 93 2 1 NZl Eng Birmingham 09 Jun 2015

 

MJ McClenaghan returned with figure of 2 for 93 in the first one day game against England at Birmingham on 09.06.15 to provide the third occasion of a bowler conceding 90 plus runs in a one day game against England in the history of one day internationals. All such occasions are listed below

 

No Player O M R W Inns Team Oppn Ground Start Date
1 MC Snedden 12.0 1 105 2 1 NZl Eng The Oval 09 Jun 1983
2 Shafiul Islam 9.0 0 97 2 1 Ban Eng Birmingham 12 Jul 2010
3 MJ McClenaghan 10.0 0 93 2 1 NZl Eng Birmingham 09 Jun 2015

 

MJ McClenaghan returned with figure of 2 for 93 in the first one day game against England at Birmingham on 09.06.15 became the second bowler conceding 90 plus runs in a one day game against England in the history of one day internationals after MC Snedden. MC Snedden had leaked 105 runs at The Oval on 09.06.83. It took exact 32 years for MJ McClenaghan to emulate such a feat against England after MC Snedden !!!!!!!. Both the occasions are listed below

 

No Player O M R W Inns Team Oppn Ground Start Date
1 MC Snedden 12.0 1 105 2 1 NZl Eng The Oval 09 Jun 1983
2 MJ McClenaghan 10.0 0 93 2 1 NZl Eng Birmingham 09 Jun 2015

 

Hundreds by England Wicket keepers in one day games

Hundreds by England Wicket keepers in one day games

JC Butler of England scored 129 against New Zealand at Birmingham on 09.06.15 to provide the 118th occasion of a wicket keeper batsman scoring  hundred in the history of one day games. It also provides the sixth such occasion by an England Wicket keeper in one day games.

 

JC Butler’s 129 represent the highest score by an England Wicket keeper in one day games. The previous best was his own 121 against Sri Lanka at Lord’s on 31.05.14

 

No Player Runs Inns Opposition Ground Start Date
1 AJ Stewart 103 1 v Pakistan The Oval 22 May 1992
2 AJ Stewart 116 1 v India Sharjah 11 Dec 1997
3 AJ Stewart 101 1 v Zimbabwe Birmingham 18 Jul 2000
4 AJ Stewart 100* 2 v West Indies Nottingham 20 Jul 2000
5 JC Buttler 121 2 v Sri Lanka Lord’s 31 May 2014
6 JC Buttler 129 1 v New Zealand Birmingham 09 Jun 2015

 

England’s two batsmen scoring hundreds in an innings of an one day game

England’s two batsmen scoring hundreds in an innings of an one day game

JE Root {104} and JC Butler {129} scored hundred for England against New Zealand at Birmingham on 09.06.15 to provide the 128th occasion of two or more batsmen scoring hundreds in an innings in the history of one day games. It also provides the ninth such occasion by England batsmen. All such occasions are listed below

No No Player Runs Inns Opposition Ground Start Date
1 1 GA Gooch 117* 2 v Australia Lord’s 03 Jun 1985
  2 DI Gower 102 2 v Australia Lord’s 03 Jun 1985
               
2 1 ME Trescothick 109 1 v India Lord’s 13 Jul 2002
  2 N Hussain 115 1 v India Lord’s 13 Jul 2002
               
3 1 ME Trescothick 114* 2 v South Africa The Oval 28 Jun 2003
  2 VS Solanki 106 2 v South Africa The Oval 28 Jun 2003
               
4 1 AJ Strauss 100 1 v West Indies Lord’s 06 Jul 2004
  2 A Flintoff 123 1 v West Indies Lord’s 06 Jul 2004
               
5 1 AJ Strauss 152 1 v Bangladesh Nottingham 21 Jun 2005
  2 PD Collingwood 112* 1 v Bangladesh Nottingham 21 Jun 2005
               
6 1 AN Cook 102 1 v India Southampton 21 Aug 2007
  2 IR Bell 126* 1 v India Southampton 21 Aug 2007
               
7 1 AJ Strauss 154 1 v Bangladesh Birmingham 12 Jul 2010
  2 IJL Trott 110 1 v Bangladesh Birmingham 12 Jul 2010
               
8 1 EJG Morgan 124* 2 v Ireland Dublin 03 Sep 2013
  2 RS Bopara 101* 2 v Ireland Dublin 03 Sep 2013
               
9 1 JE Root 104 1 v New Zealand Birmingham 09 Jun 2015
  2 JC Buttler 129 1 v New Zealand Birmingham 09 Jun 2015

 

 

All round performance of scoring fifty plus runs and capturing four or more wickets in one day games

All round performance of scoring fifty plus runs and capturing four or more wickets in one day games

AU Rashid of England scored 69 and captured 4 for 55 in the first one day against New Zealand on 09.06.15 to provide the 55th occasion of an all round performance of scoring fifty plus runs and capturing four or more wickets in the history of one day games. All such occasions are listed below in the chorological order.  Also listed are the various permutations and combinations of this statistical parameter.

 

FIFTY PLUS FOUR OR MORE WICKETS IN ONE DAY GAMES
No Player Team Opp Runs W-R Ground Date WC
1 Fletcher DAG Zim Eng 69* 4-42 Trent Bridge 09.06.83 WC
2 Waugh SR Aus Pak 82 4-48 Perth 02.01.87  
3 Richards IVA Win NZl 119 5-41 Carisbrook 18.03.87  
4 Srikkanth K Ind NZl 70 5-27 Vizag 10.12.88  
5 O’Donnell SP Aus Srl 57* 4-36 Melbourne 26.12.89  
6 Botham IT Eng Aus 53 4-31 Sydney 05.03.92 WC
7 Crocker GJ Zim Ind 50 4-26 Harare 25.10.92  
8 Waugh ME Aus Win 57 5-24 Melbourne 15.12.92  
9 Aamir Sohail Pak Srl 85 4-22 Sharjah 12.10.95  
10 Pollock SM RSA Eng 66* 4-34 Cape Town 09.01.96  
11 Astle NJ NZl Pak 117 4-43 Mohali 09.05.97  
12 Klusener L RSA Pak 54 6-49 Lahore 06.11.97  
13 Tendulkar SR Ind Ban 141 4-38 Dhaka 28.10.98  
14 Ganguly SC Ind Srl 130* 4-21 Nagpur 22.03.99  
15 Johnson NC Zim Ken 59 4-42 Taunton 15.05.99 WC
16 Abdul Razzaq Pak Aus 70* 5-48 Hobart 21.01.00  
17 Hick GA Eng Zim 80 5-33 Harare 20.02.00  
18 Shahid Afridi Pak Eng 61 5-40 Lahore 27.10.00  
19 Ganguly SC Ind Zim 71* 5-34 Kanpur 11.12.00  
20 Styris SB NZl Win 63* 6-25 Trinidad 12.06.02  
21 Gayle CH Win NZl 67 4-54 St Vincent 16.06.02  
22 Irani RC Eng Ind 53 5-26 The Oval 09.07.02  
23 Jayasuriya ST Srl Aus 122 4-39 Sydney 09.01.03  
24 de Silva PA Srl Eng 51 4-30 Sydney 13.01.03  
25 Odumbe MO Ken Ban 52* 4-38 Johannesburg 01.03.03 WC
26 Kloppenburg JF Net Nam 121 4-42 Bloemfontein 03.03.03 WC
27 Gayle CH Win Aus 60 5-46 Grenada 01.06.03  
28 Flintoff A Eng Ban 55* 4-14 Chittagong 07.11.03  
29 Gayle CH Win Zim 112* 4-24 Harare 30.11.03  
30 Lehmann DS Aus Zim 67 4-07 Harare 27.05.04  
31 Shoaib Malik Pak HKG 118 4-19 Col-SSC 18.07.04  
32 Abdul Razzaq Pak Aus 63* 4-53 Perth 30.01.05  
33 Collingwood PD Eng Ban 112 6-31 Trent Bridge 21.06.05  
34 Blignaut AM Zim NZl 50 4-46 Harare 31.08.05  
35 Watson SR Aus ICC 66* 4-39 Mel’one-CS 09.10.05  
36 Odoyo TM Ken Ban 84 4-36 Nairobi-G 13.08.06  
37 Collingwood PD Eng NZl 64 4-15 Ch-le-St 15.06.08  
38 Dhaniram S Can Ber 79 5-32 King City 29.06.08  
39 Yuvraj Singh Ind Eng 118 4-28 Indore 17.11.08  
40 ten Doeschate RN Net Afg 58 4-35 Amstelveen 30.08.09  
41 Shakib Al Hasan Ban NZl 58 4-41 Mirpur 05.10.10  
42 Utseya P Zim Ban 67 4-38 Mirpur 06.12.10  
43 Yuvraj Singh Ind Ire 50* 5-31 Bengaluru 06.03.11 WC
44 Dilshan TM Srl Zim 144 4-04 Pallekele 10.03.11 WC
45 Patel H Can Afg 62 4-28 King City 07.08.11  
46 Mohd Nabi Afg Can 58 4-31 King City 07.08.11  
47 Shahid Afridi Pak Srl 75 5-35 Sharjah 20.11.11  
48 Shahid Afridi Pak Win 76 7-12 Providence 14.07.13  
49 Stokes BA Eng Aus 70 4-38 Perth 24.01.14  
50 Shakib Al Hasan Ban Zim 101 4-41 Chittagong 21.11.14  
51 Javed Ahmadi Afg Ire 81 4-37 Dubai 10.01.15  
52 Davey JH Sco Afg 53* 6-28 Abu Dhabi 14.01.15  
53 Maxwell GJ Aus Eng 95 4-46 Perth 01.02.15  
54 Wahab Riaz Pak Zim 54* 4-45 Brisbane 01.03.15  
55 Rashid AU Eng NZl 69 4-55 Edgbaston 09.06.15  

 

TEAM WISE BREAK UP
No Player Team Opp Runs W-R Ground Date WC
1 Mohd Nabi Afg Can 58 4-31 King City 07.08.11  
2 Javed Ahmadi Afg Ire 81 4-37 Dubai 10.01.15  
                 
1 Waugh ME Aus Win 57 5-24 Melbourne 15.12.92  
2 Lehmann DS Aus Zim 67 4-07 Harare 27.05.04  
3 O’Donnell SP Aus Srl 57* 4-36 Melbourne 26.12.89  
4 Watson SR Aus ICC 66* 4-39 Mel’one-CS 09.10.05  
5 Maxwell GJ Aus Eng 95 4-46 Perth 01.02.15  
6 Waugh SR Aus Pak 82 4-48 Perth 02.01.87  
                 
1 Shakib Al Hasan Ban NZl 58 4-41 Mirpur 05.10.10  
2 Shakib Al Hasan Ban Zim 101 4-41 Chittagong 21.11.14  
                 
1 Dhaniram S Can Ber 79 5-32 King City 29.06.08  
2 Patel H Can Afg 62 4-28 King City 07.08.11  
                 
1 Collingwood PD Eng Ban 112 6-31 Trent Bridge 21.06.05  
2 Irani RC Eng Ind 53 5-26 The Oval 09.07.02  
3 Hick GA Eng Zim 80 5-33 Harare 20.02.00  
4 Flintoff A Eng Ban 55* 4-14 Chittagong 07.11.03  
5 Collingwood PD Eng NZl 64 4-15 Ch-le-St 15.06.08  
6 Botham IT Eng Aus 53 4-31 Sydney 05.03.92 WC
7 Stokes BA Eng Aus 70 4-38 Perth 24.01.14  
8 Rashid AU Eng NZl 69 4-55 Edgbaston 09.06.05  
                 
1 Srikkanth K Ind NZl 70 5-27 Vizag 10.12.88  
2 Yuvraj Singh Ind Ire 50* 5-31 Bengaluru 06.03.11 WC
3 Ganguly SC Ind Zim 71* 5-34 Kanpur 11.12.00  
4 Ganguly SC Ind Srl 130* 4-21 Nagpur 22.03.99  
5 Yuvraj Singh Ind Eng 118 4-28 Indore 17.11.08  
6 Tendulkar SR Ind Ban 141 4-38 Dhaka 28.10.98  
                 
1 Odoyo TM Ken Ban 84 4-36 Nairobi-G 13.08.06  
2 Odumbe MO Ken Ban 52* 4-38 Johannesburg 01.03.03 WC
                 
1 ten Doeschate RN Net Afg 58 4-35 Amstelveen 30.08.09  
2 Kloppenburg JF Net Nam 121 4-42 Bloemfontein 03.03.03 WC
                 
1 Styris SB NZl Win 63* 6-25 Trinidad 12.06.02  
2 Astle NJ NZl Pak 117 4-43 Mohali 09.05.97  
                 
1 Shahid Afridi Pak Win 76 7-12 Providence 14.07.13  
2 Shahid Afridi Pak Srl 75 5-35 Sharjah 20.11.11  
3 Shahid Afridi Pak Eng 61 5-40 Lahore 27.10.00  
4 Abdul Razzaq Pak Aus 70* 5-48 Hobart 21.01.00  
5 Shoaib Malik Pak HKG 118 4-19 Col-SSC 18.07.04  
6 Aamir Sohail Pak Srl 85 4-22 Sharjah 12.10.95  
7 Abdul Razzaq Pak Aus 63* 4-53 Perth 30.01.05  
8 Wahab Riaz Pak Zim 54* 4-45 Brisbane 01.03.15  
                 
1 Klusener L RSA Pak 54 6-49 Lahore 06.11.97  
2 Pollock SM RSA Eng 66* 4-34 Cape Town 09.01.96  
                 
1 Davey JH Sco Afg 53* 6-28 Abu Dhabi 14.01.15  
                 
1 Dilshan TM Srl Zim 144 4-04 Pallekele 10.03.11 WC
2 de Silva PA Srl Eng 51 4-30 Sydney 13.01.03  
3 Jayasuriya ST Srl Aus 122 4-39 Sydney 09.01.03  
                 
1 Richards IVA Win NZl 119 5-41 Carisbrook 18.03.87  
2 Gayle CH Win Aus 60 5-46 Grenada 01.06.03  
3 Gayle CH Win Zim 112* 4-24 Harare 30.11.03  
4 Gayle CH Win NZl 67 4-54 St Vincent 16.06.02  
                 
1 Crocker GJ Zim Ind 50 4-26 Harare 25.10.92  
2 Utseya P Zim Ban 67 4-38 Mirpur 06.12.10  
3 Fletcher DAG Zim Eng 69* 4-42 Trent Bridge 09.06.83 WC
4 Johnson NC Zim Ken 59 4-42 Taunton 15.05.99 WC
5 Blignaut AM Zim NZl 50 4-46 Harare 31.08.05  

 

FIFTY AND FIVE OR MORE WICKETS
No Player Team Opp Runs W-R Ground Date WC
1 Richards IVA Win NZl 119 5-41 Carisbrook 18.03.87  
2 Srikkanth K Ind NZl 70 5-27 Vizag 10.12.88  
3 Waugh ME Aus Win 57 5-24 Melbourne 15.12.92  
4 Klusener L RSA Pak 54 6-49 Lahore 06.11.97  
5 Abdul Razzaq Pak Aus 70* 5-48 Hobart 21.01.00  
6 Hick GA Eng Zim 80 5-33 Harare 20.02.00  
7 Shahid Afridi Pak Eng 61 5-40 Lahore 27.10.00  
8 Ganguly SC Ind Zim 71* 5-34 Kanpur 11.12.00  
9 Styris SB NZl Win 63* 6-25 Trinidad 12.06.02  
10 Irani RC Eng Ind 53 5-26 The Oval 09.07.02  
11 Gayle CH Win Aus 60 5-46 Grenada 01.06.03  
12 Collingwood PD Eng Ban 112 6-31 Trent Bridge 21.06.05  
13 Dhaniram S Can Ber 79 5-32 King City 29.06.08  
14 Yuvraj Singh Ind Ire 50* 5-31 Bengaluru 06.03.11 WC
15 Shahid Afridi Pak Srl 75 5-35 Sharjah 20.11.11  
16 Shahid Afridi Pak Win 76 7-12 Providence 14.07.13  
17 Davey JH Sco Afg 53* 6-28 Abu Dhabi 14.01.15  
FIFTY AND EXACT FOUR WICKETS
No Player Team Opp Runs W-R Ground Date WC
1 Fletcher DAG Zim Eng 69* 4-42 Trent Bridge 09.06.83 WC
2 Waugh SR Aus Pak 82 4-48 Perth 02.01.87  
3 O’Donnell SP Aus Srl 57* 4-36 Melbourne 26.12.89  
4 Botham IT Eng Aus 53 4-31 Sydney 05.03.92 WC
5 Crocker GJ Zim Ind 50 4-26 Harare 25.10.92  
6 Aamir Sohail Pak Srl 85 4-22 Sharjah 12.10.95  
7 Pollock SM RSA Eng 66* 4-34 Cape Town 09.01.96  
8 Astle NJ NZl Pak 117 4-43 Mohali 09.05.97  
9 Tendulkar SR Ind Ban 141 4-38 Dhaka 28.10.98  
10 Ganguly SC Ind Srl 130* 4-21 Nagpur 22.03.99  
11 Johnson NC Zim Ken 59 4-42 Taunton 15.05.99 WC
12 Gayle CH Win NZl 67 4-54 St Vincent 16.06.02  
13 Jayasuriya ST Srl Aus 122 4-39 Sydney 09.01.03  
14 de Silva PA Srl Eng 51 4-30 Sydney 13.01.03  
15 Odumbe MO Ken Ban 52* 4-38 Johannesburg 01.03.03 WC
16 Kloppenburg JF Net Nam 121 4-42 Bloemfontein 03.03.03 WC
17 Flintoff A Eng Ban 55* 4-14 Chittagong 07.11.03  
18 Gayle CH Win Zim 112* 4-24 Harare 30.11.03  
19 Lehmann DS Aus Zim 67 4-07 Harare 27.05.04  
20 Shoaib Malik Pak HKG 118 4-19 Col-SSC 18.07.04  
21 Abdul Razzaq Pak Aus 63* 4-53 Perth 30.01.05  
22 Blignaut AM Zim NZl 50 4-46 Harare 31.08.05  
23 Watson SR Aus ICC 66* 4-39 Mel’one-CS 09.10.05  
24 Odoyo TM Ken Ban 84 4-36 Nairobi-G 13.08.06  
25 Collingwood PD Eng NZl 64 4-15 Ch-le-St 15.06.08  
26 Yuvraj Singh Ind Eng 118 4-28 Indore 17.11.08  
27 ten Doeschate RN Net Afg 58 4-35 Amstelveen 30.08.09  
28 Shakib Al Hasan Ban NZl 58 4-41 Mirpur 05.10.10  
29 Utseya P Zim Ban 67 4-38 Mirpur 06.12.10  
30 Dilshan TM Srl Zim 144 4-04 Pallekele 10.03.11 WC
31 Patel H Can Afg 62 4-28 King City 07.08.11  
32 Mohd Nabi Afg Can 58 4-31 King City 07.08.11  
33 Stokes BA Eng Aus 70 4-38 Perth 24.01.14  
34 Shakib Al Hasan Ban Zim 101 4-41 Chittagong 21.11.14  
35 Javed Ahmadi Afg Ire 81 4-37 Dubai 10.01.15  
36 Maxwell GJ Aus Eng 95 4-46 Perth 01.02.15  
37 Wahab Riaz Pak Zim 54* 4-45 Brisbane 01.03.15  
38 Rashid AU Eng NZl 69 4-55 Edgbaston 09.06.15  

 

FIFTY PLUS FOUR PLUS WICKETS
No Player Team Opp Runs W-R Ground Date WC
1 Fletcher DAG Zim Eng 69* 4-42 Trent Bridge 09.06.83 WC
2 Waugh SR Aus Pak 82 4-48 Perth 02.01.87  
3 Srikkanth K Ind NZl 70 5-27 Vizag 10.12.88  
4 O’Donnell SP Aus Srl 57* 4-36 Melbourne 26.12.89  
5 Botham IT Eng Aus 53 4-31 Sydney 05.03.92 WC
6 Crocker GJ Zim Ind 50 4-26 Harare 25.10.92  
7 Waugh ME Aus Win 57 5-24 Melbourne 15.12.92  
8 Aamir Sohail Pak Srl 85 4-22 Sharjah 12.10.95  
9 Pollock SM RSA Eng 66* 4-34 Cape Town 09.01.96  
10 Klusener L RSA Pak 54 6-49 Lahore 06.11.97  
11 Johnson NC Zim Ken 59 4-42 Taunton 15.05.99 WC
12 Abdul Razzaq Pak Aus 70* 5-48 Hobart 21.01.00  
13 Hick GA Eng Zim 80 5-33 Harare 20.02.00  
14 Shahid Afridi Pak Eng 61 5-40 Lahore 27.10.00  
15 Ganguly SC Ind Zim 71* 5-34 Kanpur 11.12.00  
16 Styris SB NZl Win 63* 6-25 Trinidad 12.06.02  
17 Gayle CH Win NZl 67 4-54 St Vincent 16.06.02  
18 Irani RC Eng Ind 53 5-26 The Oval 09.07.02  
19 de Silva PA Srl Eng 51 4-30 Sydney 13.01.03  
20 Odumbe MO Ken Ban 52* 4-38 Johannesburg 01.03.03 WC
21 Gayle CH Win Aus 60 5-46 Grenada 01.06.03  
22 Flintoff A Eng Ban 55* 4-14 Chittagong 07.11.03  
23 Lehmann DS Aus Zim 67 4-07 Harare 27.05.04  
24 Abdul Razzaq Pak Aus 63* 4-53 Perth 30.01.05  
25 Blignaut AM Zim NZl 50 4-46 Harare 31.08.05  
26 Watson SR Aus ICC 66* 4-39 Mel’one-CS 09.10.05  
27 Odoyo TM Ken Ban 84 4-36 Nairobi-G 13.08.06  
28 Collingwood PD Eng NZl 64 4-15 Ch-le-St 15.06.08  
29 Dhaniram S Can Ber 79 5-32 King City 29.06.08  
30 tenDoeschateRN Net Afg 58 4-35 Amstelveen 30.08.09  
31 Shakib Al Hasan Ban NZl 58 4-41 Mirpur 05.10.10  
32 Utseya P Zim Ban 67 4-38 Mirpur 06.12.10  
33 Yuvraj Singh Ind Ire 50* 5-31 Bengaluru 06.03.11 WC
34 Patel H Can Afg 62 4-28 King City 07.08.11  
35 Mohd Nabi Afg Can 58 4-31 King City 07.08.11  
36 Shahid Afridi Pak Srl 75 5-35 Sharjah 20.11.11  
37 Shahid Afridi Pak Win 76 7-12 Providence 14.07.13  
38 Stokes BA Eng Aus 70 4-38 Perth 24.01.14  
39 Javed Ahmadi Afg Ire 81 4-37 Dubai 10.01.15  
40 Davey JH Sco Afg 53* 6-28 Abu Dhabi 14.01.15  
41 Maxwell GJ Aus Eng 95 4-46 Perth 01.02.15  

 

HUNDRED PLUS FOUR WICKETS
No Player Team Opp Runs W-R Ground Date  
1 Richards IVA Win NZl 119 5-41 Carisbrook 18.03.87  
2 Astle NJ NZl Pak 117 4-43 Mohali 09.05.97  
3 Tendulkar SR Ind Ban 141 4-38 Dhaka 28.10.98  
4 Ganguly SC Ind Srl 130* 4-21 Nagpur 22.03.99  
5 Jayasuriya ST Srl Aus 122 4-39 Sydney 09.01.03  
6 Kloppenburg JF Net Nam 121 4-42 Bloemfontein 03.03.03 WC
7 Gayle CH Win Zim 112* 4-24 Harare 30.11.03  
8 Shoaib Malik Pak HKG 118 4-19 Col-SSC 18.07.04  
9 Collingwood PD Eng Ban 112 6-31 Trent Bridge 21.06.05  
10 Yuvraj Singh Ind Eng 118 4-28 Indore 17.11.08  
11 Dilshan TM Srl Zim 144 4-04 Pallekele 10.03.11 WC
12 Shakib Al Hasan Ban Zim 101 4-41 Chittagong 21.11.14  

 

FIFTY PLUS FIVE WICKETS – OPPOSITION WISE BREAK UP
No Player Team Opp Runs W-R Ground Date WC
1 Davey JH Sco Afg 53* 6-28 Abu Dhabi 14.01.15  
2 Patel H Can Afg 62 4-28 King City 07.08.11  
3 tenDoeschateRN Net Afg 58 4-35 Amstelveen 30.08.09  
                 
1 Gayle CH Win Aus 60 5-46 Grenada 01.06.03  
2 Abdul Razzaq Pak Aus 70* 5-48 Hobart 21.01.00  
3 Botham IT Eng Aus 53 4-31 Sydney 05.03.92  
4 Stokes BA Eng Aus 70 4-38 Perth 24.01.14  
5 Jayasuriya ST Srl Aus 122 4-39 Sydney 09.01.03  
6 Abdul Razzaq Pak Aus 63* 4-53 Perth 30.01.05  
                 
1 Collingwood PD Eng Ban 112 6-31 Trent Bridge 21.06.05  
2 Flintoff A Eng Ban 55* 4-14 Chittagong 07.11.03  
3 Odoyo TM Ken Ban 84 4-36 Nairobi-G 13.08.06  
4 Utseya P Zim Ban 67 4-38 Mirpur 06.12.10  
5 Odumbe MO Ken Ban 52* 4-38 Johannesburg 01.03.03 WC
6 Tendulkar SR Ind Ban 141 4-38 Dhaka 28.10.98  
                 
1 Dhaniram S Can Ber 79 5-32 King City 29.06.08  
                 
1 Mohd Nabi Afg Can 58 4-31 King City 07.08.11  
                 
1 Shahid Afridi Pak Eng 61 5-40 Lahore 27.10.00  
2 Yuvraj Singh Ind Eng 118 4-28 Indore 17.11.08  
3 de Silva PA Srl Eng 51 4-30 Sydney 13.01.03  
4 Pollock SM RSA Eng 66* 4-34 Cape Town 09.01.96  
5 Fletcher DAG Zim Eng 69* 4-42 Trent Bridge 09.06.83 WC
6 Maxwell GJ Aus Eng 95 4-46 Perth 01.02.15  
                 
1 Shoaib Malik Pak HKG 118 4-19 Col-SSC 18.07.04  
                 
1 Watson SR Aus ICC 66* 4-39 Mel’one-CS 09.10.05  
                 
1 Irani RC Eng Ind 53 5-26 The Oval 09.07.02  
2 Crocker GJ Zim Ind 50 4-26 Harare 25.10.92  
                 
1 Yuvraj Singh Ind Ire 50* 5-31 Bengaluru 06.03.11 WC
2 Javed Ahmadi Afg Ire 81 4-37 Dubai 10.01.15  
                 
1 Johnson NC Zim Ken 59 4-42 Taunton 15.05.99 WC
                 
1 Kloppenburg JF Net Nam 121 4-42 Bloemfontein 03.03.03 WC
                 
1 Srikkanth K Ind NZl 70 5-27 Vizag 10.12.88  
2 Richards IVA Win NZl 119 5-41 Carisbrook 18.03.87  
3 Collingwood PD Eng NZl 64 4-15 Ch-le-St 15.06.08  
4 Shakib Al Hasan Ban NZl 58 4-41 Mirpur 05.10.10  
5 Blignaut AM Zim NZl 50 4-46 Harare 31.08.05  
6 Gayle CH Win NZl 67 4-54 St Vincent 16.06.02  
                 
1 Klusener L RSA Pak 54 6-49 Lahore 06.11.97  
2 Astle NJ NZl Pak 117 4-43 Mohali 09.05.97  
3 Waugh SR Aus Pak 82 4-48 Perth 02.01.87  
                 
1 Shahid Afridi Pak Srl 75 5-35 Sharjah 20.11.11  
2 Ganguly SC Ind Srl 130* 4-21 Nagpur 22.03.99  
3 Aamir Sohail Pak Srl 85 4-22 Sharjah 12.10.95  
4 O’Donnell SP Aus Srl 57* 4-36 Melbourne 26.12.89  
                 
1 Shahid Afridi Pak Win 76 7-12 Providence 14.07.13  
2 Styris SB NZl Win 63* 6-25 Trinidad 12.06.02  
3 Waugh ME Aus Win 57 5-24 Melbourne 15.12.92  
                 
1 Hick GA Eng Zim 80 5-33 Harare 20.02.00  
2 Ganguly SC Ind Zim 71* 5-34 Kanpur 11.12.00  
3 Dilshan TM Srl Zim 144 4-04 Pallekele 10.03.11  
4 Lehmann DS Aus Zim 67 4-07 Harare 27.05.04  
5 Gayle CH Win Zim 112* 4-24 Harare 30.11.03  
6 Shakib Al Hasan Ban Zim 101 4-41 Chittagong 21.11.14  

 

TWO OR MORE OCCASIONS
No Player Team Opp Runs W-R Ground Date WC
1 Gayle CH Win Aus 60 5-46 Grenada 01.06.03  
2 Gayle CH Win Zim 112* 4-24 Harare 30.11.03  
3 Gayle CH Win NZl 67 4-54 St Vincent 16.06.02  
                 
1 Shahid Afridi Pak Win 76 7-12 Providence 14.07.13  
2 Shahid Afridi Pak Srl 75 5-35 Sharjah 20.11.11  
3 Shahid Afridi Pak Eng 61 5-40 Lahore 27.10.00  
                 
1 Abdul Razzaq Pak Aus 70* 5-48 Hobart 21.01.00  
2 Abdul Razzaq Pak Aus 63* 4-53 Perth 30.01.05  
                 
1 Collingwood PD Eng Ban 112 6-31 Trent Bridge 21.06.05  
2 Collingwood PD Eng NZl 64 4-15 Ch-le-St 15.06.08  
                 
1 Ganguly SC Ind Zim 71* 5-34 Kanpur 11.12.00  
2 Ganguly SC Ind Srl 130* 4-21 Nagpur 22.03.99  
                 
1 Shakib Al Hasan Ban NZl 58 4-41 Mirpur 05.10.10  
2 Shakib Al Hasan Ban Zim 101 4-41 Chittagong 21.11.14  
                 
1 Yuvraj Singh Ind Ire 50* 5-31 Bengaluru 06.03.11 WC
2 Yuvraj Singh Ind Eng 118 4-28 Indore 17.11.08  

 

FIFTY PLUS FOUR OR MORE WICKETS IN WORLD CUP GAMES
No Player Team Opp Runs W-R Ground Date WC
1 Fletcher DAG Zim Eng 69* 4-42 Trent Bridge 09.06.83 WC
2 Botham IT Eng Aus 53 4-31 Sydney 05.03.92 WC
3 Johnson NC Zim Ken 59 4-42 Taunton 15.05.99 WC
4 Odumbe MO Ken Ban 52* 4-38 Johannesburg 01.03.03 WC
5 Kloppenburg JF Net Nam 121 4-42 Bloemfontein 03.03.03 WC
6 Yuvraj Singh Ind Ire 50* 5-31 Bengaluru 06.03.11 WC
7 Dilshan TM Srl Zim 144 4-04 Pallekele 10.03.11 WC

 

England waits for 40 years and one day for its second 200 plus run margin win in one day games

England waits for 40 years and one day for its second 200 plus run margin win in one day games

England won the first one day game against New Zealand by 210 runs at Birmingham on 09.06.15 to provide the 42nd occasion of a team winning a one day game by 200 plus runs margin in the history of one day internationals. All such occasions are listed below in the order of ascending runs.

No Team Won Margin Opposition Ground Date
1 Australia won 200 runs v Scotland Edinburgh 03 Sep 2013
2 India won 200 runs v Bangladesh Dhaka 11 Apr 2003
3 New Zealand won 200 runs v India Dambulla 10 Aug 2010
4 South Africa won 201 runs v Ireland Canberra 03 Mar 2015
5 England won 202 runs v India Lord’s 07 Jun 1975
6 New Zealand won 202 runs v Zimbabwe Napier 09 Feb 2012
7 South Africa won 202 runs v Kenya Nairobi (Gym) 03 Oct 1996
8 Zimbabwe won 202 runs v Kenya Dhaka 27 Mar 1999
9 Australia won 203 runs v Scotland Basseterre 14 Mar 2007
10 West Indies won 203 runs v New Zealand Hamilton 08 Jan 2014
11 Pakistan won 205 runs v Kenya Hambantota 23 Feb 2011
12 New Zealand won 206 runs v Australia Adelaide 27 Jan 1986
13 South Africa won 206 runs v Bangladesh Dhaka 19 Mar 2011
14 Sri Lanka won 206 runs v Netherlands Colombo (RPS) 16 Sep 2002
15 Australia won 208 runs v India Sydney 08 Feb 2004
16 South Africa won 208 runs v Kenya Cape Town 22 Oct 2001
17 West Indies won 208 runs v Canada Kingston 13 Apr 2010
18 South Africa won 209 runs v West Indies Cape Town 25 Jan 2004
19 England won 210 runs v New Zealand Birmingham 09 Jun 2015
20 New Zealand won 210 runs v USA The Oval 10 Sep 2004
21 Sri Lanka won 210 runs v Canada Hambantota 20 Feb 2011
22 South Africa won 212 runs v Zimbabwe Centurion 10 Nov 2009
23 Australia won 215 runs v New Zealand St George’s 20 Apr 2007
24 West Indies won 215 runs v Netherlands Delhi 28 Feb 2011
25 Pakistan won 217 runs v Sri Lanka Sharjah 17 Apr 2002
26 South Africa won 221 runs v Netherlands Basseterre 16 Mar 2007
27 Australia won 224 runs v Pakistan Nairobi (Gym) 30 Aug 2002
28 Australia won 229 runs v Netherlands Basseterre 18 Mar 2007
29 South Africa won 231 runs v Netherlands Mohali 03 Mar 2011
30 Australia won 232 runs v Sri Lanka Adelaide 28 Jan 1985
31 Pakistan won 233 runs v Bangladesh Dhaka 02 Jun 2000
32 Sri Lanka won 234 runs v Pakistan Lahore 24 Jan 2009
33 Sri Lanka won 243 runs v Bermuda Port of Spain 15 Mar 2007
34 Sri Lanka won 245 runs v India Sharjah 29 Oct 2000
35 Australia won 256 runs v Namibia Potchefstroom 27 Feb 2003
36 India won 256 runs v Hong Kong Karachi 25 Jun 2008
37 India won 257 runs v Bermuda Port of Spain 19 Mar 2007
38 South Africa won 257 runs v West Indies Sydney 27 Feb 2015
39 South Africa won 258 runs v Sri Lanka Paarl 11 Jan 2012
40 South Africa won 272 runs v Zimbabwe Benoni 22 Oct 2010
41 Australia won 275 runs v Afghanistan Perth 04 Mar 2015
42 New Zealand won 290 runs v Ireland Aberdeen 01 Jul 2008

England’s win by 210 runs against New Zealand at Birmingham on 09.06.15 provides its second win by 200 plus runs in one day games – the first occasion being – its 202 runs victory at Lord’s on 07.06.75. It also represents its largest margin of win in one day games.  England has to wait for its second win by 200 plus runs for 40 years and one day !!!!!

No Team Won Margin Opposition Ground Date
1 England won 202 runs v India Lord’s 07 Jun 1975
2 England won 210 runs v New Zealand Birmingham 09 Jun 2015

England’s win by 210 runs against New Zealand at Birmingham on 09.06.15 provides third win by 200 plus runs against New Zealand in one day games. All the three occasions are listed below

No Team Won Margin Opposition Ground Date
1 West Indies won 203 runs v New Zealand Hamilton 08 Jan 2014
2 England won 210 runs v New Zealand Birmingham 09 Jun 2015
3 Australia won 215 runs v New Zealand St George’s 20 Apr 2007

 

Team totals of 400 plus runs in one day games

Team totals of 400 plus runs in one day games

England posted 408 for 9 against New Zealand in the first one day game at Birmingham on 09.06.15 to provide the 16th occasion of a team posting a team total of 400 plus runs in the history one day games. It also provides the first occasion for England to post a team total of 400 plus runs in one day game and also provides the first occasion for New Zealand to concede a team total of 400 plus runs in one day games. All the sixteen occasions are listed below

 

England’s 408 for 9 in this game represent its highest one day team total. Its previous best was 391 for 4 against Bangladesh at Nottingham on  21.06.15

 

No Team Score Overs Inns Opposition Ground Start Date
1 Sri Lanka 443/9 50.0 1 v Netherlands Amstelveen 4 Jul 2006
2 South Africa 439/2 50.0 1 v West Indies Johannesburg 18 Jan 2015
3 South Africa 438/9 49.5 2 v Australia Johannesburg 12 Mar 2006
4 Australia 434/4 50.0 1 v South Africa Johannesburg 12 Mar 2006
5 South Africa 418/5 50.0 1 v Zimbabwe Potchefstroom 20 Sep 2006
6 India 418/5 50.0 1 v West Indies Indore 08 Dec 2011
7 Australia 417/6 50.0 1 v Afghanistan Perth 04 Mar 2015
8 India 414/7 50.0 1 v Sri Lanka Rajkot 15 Dec 2009
9 India 413/5 50.0 1 v Bermuda Port of Spain 19 Mar 2007
10 Sri Lanka 411/8 50.0 2 v India Rajkot 15 Dec 2009
11 South Africa 411/4 50.0 1 v Ireland Canberra 03 Mar 2015
12 South Africa 408/5 50.0 1 v West Indies Sydney 27 Feb 2015
13 England 408/9 50.0 1 v New Zealand Birmingham 09 Jun 2015
14 India 404/5 50.0 1 v Sri Lanka Kolkata 13 Nov 2014
15 New Zealand 402/2 50.0 1 v Ireland Aberdeen 01 Jul 2008
16 India 401/3 50.0 1 v South Africa Gwalior 24 Feb 2010

 

England batsmen dismissed by the first ball of the match in one day games – JJ Roy gets added to the list

England batsmen dismissed by the first ball of the match in one day games – JJ Roy gets added to the list

JJ Roy of England was dismissed by the first ball of the match in the first one day game between England and New Zealand at Birmingham on 09.06.15 to provide the 128t occasion of a batsman dismissed by the first ball of the match in the history of one  day game. His  dismissal provides the eleventh occasion of an England batsman dismissed in such a manner. All  the eleven occasions are listed below

 

No Player Runs BF Inns Opposition Ground Start Date
1 B Wood 0 1 1 v West Indies Scarborough 26 Aug 1976
2 DW Randall 0 1 1 v West Indies Brisbane 23 Dec 1979
3 MA Atherton 0 1 1 v South Africa Johannesburg 13 Jan 1996
4 AJ Stewart 0 1 1 v Australia Brisbane 10 Jan 1999
5 ME Trescothick 0 1 1 v Pakistan Leeds 17 Jun 2001
6 AJ Strauss 0 1 1 v Pakistan Lord’s 02 Sep 2006
7 ME Trescothick 0 1 1 v Pakistan Southampton 05 Sep 2006
8 MP Vaughan 0 1 1 v New Zealand Brisbane 06 Feb 2007
9 AD Hales 0 1 1 v Sri Lanka Colombo (RPS) 07 Dec 2014
10 IR Bell 0 1 1 v Australia Sydney 16 Jan 2015
11 JJ Roy 0 1 1 v New Zealand Birmingham 09 Jun 2015

 

MJ Clarke goes past DG Bradman – scores more runs than DG Bradman in Australia’s winning tests

MJ Clarke goes past DG Bradman – scores more runs than DG Bradman in Australia’s winning tests

MJ Clarke of Australia went past DG Bradman’s aggregate of 4813 runs in Australia’s winning tests. Australia won the first test against West Indies at Roseau earlier this week which was the 61st test won by Australia with MJ Clarke as one of the cricketer in the playing Eleven. MJ Clarke’s aggregate at the end of this test read 4840 – 27 runs more than DG Bradman

MJ Clarke is on the threshold  of completing 5000 runs in Austrlia’s winning tests. He needs 160 more runs to achieve the feat. If he gets them , he would  then become the eleventh batsman to total 5000 plus runs in a team’s winning tests.

No Player Team Mat Inns NO Runs HS Ave 100 50 0
1 RT Ponting Aus 108 178 24 9157 257 59.46 30 42 8
2 SR Waugh Aus 86 120 27 6460 200 69.46 25 25 6
3 JH Kallis SAF 82 124 22 6379 224 62.53 22 28 4
4 ML Hayden Aus 71 123 12 6154 380 55.44 23 19 5
5 SR Tendulkar Ind 72 113 17 5946 248* 61.93 20 24 2
6 KC Sangakkara Srl 52 80 8 5370 287 74.58 19 20 4
7 JL Langer Aus 70 118 10 5229 250 48.41 15 19 5
8 GC Smith SAF 60 94 9 5214 259 61.34 18 20 2
9 DPMD Jayawardene Srl 58 89 9 5173 374 64.66 17 19 5
10 R Dravid Ind 56 92 14 5131 270 65.78 15 23 2
11 MJ Clarke Aus 61 99 13 4840 329* 56.27 17 15 4
12 DG Bradman Aus 30 43 6 4813 299* 130.08 23 4 3

MJ Clarke would also become the fifth Australian batsman after RT Ponting, SR Waugh, ML Hayden and JL Langer to score 5000 plus runs  in Australia’s winning tests. The performance of these five batsmen are listed below

No Player Team Mat Inns NO Runs HS Ave 100 50 0
1 RT Ponting Aus 108 178 24 9157 257 59.46 30 42 8
2 SR Waugh Aus 86 120 27 6460 200 69.46 25 25 6
3 ML Hayden Aus 71 123 12 6154 380 55.44 23 19 5
4 JL Langer Aus 70 118 10 5229 250 48.41 15 19 5
5 MJ Clarke Aus 61 99 13 4840 329* 56.27 17 15 4

 

CH Gayle – on the threshold of becoming the first batsman to score fifty half centuries in the history of Twenty20 games

CH Gayle – on the threshold of becoming the first batsman to score fifty half centuries in the history of Twenty20 games

CH Gayle scored 85 not out representing Somerset against Hampshire at Taunton on 05.06.15 in the NatWest T20 Blast to register his 49th half century in Twenty20 games. He needs one more half century to become the first batsman to score fifty half centuries in the history of Twenty20 games. His 49 half centuries are listed below

 

No Score Teams Ground Date
1 61  West Indies v England The Brit Oval 29 Jun 2007
2 65* Stanford Super Stars v England Coolidge 01 Nov 2008
3 67  West Indies v New Zealand Hamilton 26 Dec 2008
4 88  West Indies v Australia The Brit Oval 06 Jun 2009
5 63* West Indies v Sri Lanka The Brit Oval, 19 Jun 2009
6 75  Kolkata  v Mumbai Mumbai-BS 22 Mar 2010
7 88  Kolkata  v Punjab Kolkata 04 Apr 2010
8 98  West Indies v India Bridgetown 09 May 2010
9 61  Western Australia v New South Wales Sydney-ANZ 09 Jan 2011
10 92  Western Australia v Queensland Brisbane 25 Jan 2011
11 70* Bangalore v Rajasthan Royals Jaipur 11 May 2011
12 75* Bangalore v Chennai Bangalore 22 May 2011
13 89  Bangalore v Mumbai Chennai 27 May 2011
14 86  Bangalore v Somerset Bangalore 03 Oct 2011
15 92  Bangalore v New South Wales Bangalore 07 Oct 2011
16 61  Matabeleland Tuskers v Mountaineers Harare 26 Nov 2011
17 51  Matabeleland Tuskers v Mashonaland Eagles Harare 03 Dec 2011
18 75  Sydney Thunder v Melbourne Renegades Sydney-ANZ 30 Dec 2011
19 53  Sydney Thunder v Hobart Hurricanes Hobart 01 Jan 2012
20 68  Bangalore v Chennai Chennai 12 Apr 2012
21 81  Bangalore v Pune Bangalore 17 Apr 2012
22 87  Bangalore v Punjab Mohali 20 Apr 2012
23 86  Bangalore v Kolkata Kolkata 28 Apr 2012
24 71  Bangalore v Punjab Bangalore 02 May 2012
25 82* Bangalore v Mumbai Mum-WS 09 May 2012
26 57  Bangalore v Pune Warriors Pune-SRS 11 May 2012
27 85* West Indies v New Zealand Lauderhill 30 Jun 2012
28 53  West Indies v New Zealand Lauderhill 01 Jul 2012
29 54  West Indies v Australia Col-RPS 22 Sep 2012
30 58  West Indies v England Pallekele 27 Sep 2012
31 75* West Indies v Australia Col-RPS 05 Oct 2012
32 65  Sydney Thunder v Melbourne Stars Melbourne 08 Jan 2013
33 85  Jamaica v Combined Campuses and Colleges Gros Islet 18 Jan 2013
34 92* Bangalore v Mumbai Bangalore 04 Apr 2013
35 85* Bangalore v Kolkata Bangalore 11 Apr 2013
36 61  Bangalore v Punjab Mohali 06 May 2013
37 77  Bangalore v Punjab Bangalore 14 May 2013
38 51  Jamaica Tallawahs v Tri & Tob Red Steel Kingston 18 Aug 2013
39 53  West Indies v Australia Mirpur 28 Mar 2014
40 60  Jamaica Tallawahs v Tri & Tob Red Steel Port of Spain 26 Jul 2014
41 59* Jamaica Tallawahs v Antigua Hawksbills Kingston 31 Jul 2014
42 56  Lions v Dolphins Johannesburg 02 Nov 2014
43 50  Lions v Knights Potchefstroom 09 Nov 2014
44 77  West Indies v South Africa Cape Town 09 Jan 2015
45 90  West Indies v South Africa Johannesburg 11 Jan 2015
46 96  Bangalore v Kolkata Kolkata 11 Apr 2015
47 62* Bangalore v Delhi Delhi 26 Apr 2015
48 92  Somerset v Essex Chelmsford 29 May 2015
49 85* Somerset v Hampshire Taunton 05 Jun 2015