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Stats highlights of KPL 2016 – Match Number 11

Stats highlights – KPL 2016-M-11 – Bellary Tuskers vs Mysore Warriors at Hubli on 21.09.16 – Mysore Warriors win by 09 runs

Arjun Hoysala-MK Pandey added 50 runs for the third wicket and MK Pandey-R Jonathan added 54 runs for the fourth wicket in this game to provide the 13th and 14th occasions of Mysore Warriors batsmen posting a fifty plus runs partnership in KPL 

MK Pandey-R Jonathan added 54 runs for the fourth wicket in this game to provide the record fourth wicket partnerhship by Mysore Warriors batsmen in KPL. The previous best was 38 runs partnership between Arjun Hoysala and AA Joshi against Rockstars at Hubli on 18.09.15

MK Pandey scored 52 in this game to provide the 14th occasion of a Mysore Warriors batsman scoring a fifty in KPL. It also represents his first fifty representing Mysore Warriors and his third fifty overall in KPL. It also represents 21st fifty by a captain in KPL and his first fifty while captaining a side

R Jonathan’s 30 in this game fetched him an aggregate of 776 runs in KPL. He now stands second in the list of batsmen who have scored most runs in KPL. The first place is occupied by MA Agarwal who has an aggregate of 883 runs. MA Agarwal and R Jonathan are the two batsmen to score 750 plus runs in KPL.

R Jonathan’s boundary sixes aggregate read 31 at the end of this game. He became the fourth batsman in KPL to score 30 plus sixes. Others are – MA Agarwal {36}, B Chipli {33} and B Akhil {32}

B Akhil was dismissed hit wicket in this game to provide the second occasion of a batsman dismissed hit wicket in KPL. The first occasion was the dismissal of Ganesh Satish of Malnad Gladiators who was dismissed hit wicket in the game against Provident at Mysuru on 20.09.09. B Akhil became the first captain to be dismissed hit wicket in KPL.

RP Kadam was dismissed stumped for 61 in this game to provide the fifth occasion of a batsman dismissed stumped in KPL after scoring a fifty. Interestingly enough all the five batsmen are opening batsmen.

No Pos Batsmen MoD Runs Team Oppositon Venue Date
1 02 RK Sabharwal St 51 Mangalore Maharaajas Mysuru 19.09.09
2 01 G Dhiman St 69 Bulls Maharajaas Bangalore 10.09.09
3 01 M Nidesh St 70 Belgavi Mysuru-W Hubballi 11.09.14
4 02 KB Pawan St 73 Hubli-T Bijapur Hubballi 06.09.15
5 01 RP Kadam St 61 Bellary Mysore-W Hubballi 21.09.16

Mysore Warriors won this game by nine runs to provide the 15th occasion of a team winning a KPL game with single digit runs margin. It also provides the second such win for Mysore Warriors. The other occasion was its six runs victory against Belagavi Panthers at Bangalore on 06.09.14

Records and World Records in each of the main draw games of Asia Cup T20 2016

RECORDS/WORLD RECORDS IN THE MAIN DRAW MATCHES OF THE ASIA CUP T20 2016
1st Match: Bangladesh v India at Dhaka – Feb 24, 2016
India 166/6 (20/20 ov); Bangladesh 121/7 (20/20 ov)
India won by 45 runs

With two catches in this game, MS Dhoni took his aggregate of catches to 31. He now owns the record for most catches by a wicket keeper in the history of T20Is. He went past D Ramdin who had 30 catches on his way to the record.

2nd Match: Sri Lanka v UAE at Dhaka – Feb 25, 2016
Sri Lanka 129/8 (20/20 ov); UAE 115/9 (20/20 ov)
Sri Lanka won by 14 runs

SL Malinga’s 4 for 26 in this game represent his 12th four plus wicket haul in Twnenty20 games. He now owns the record for most four plus wicket hauls in the history of Twenty20 games. He went past SP Narine who has to his credit 11 such hauls.

3rd Match: Bangladesh v UAE at Dhaka – Feb 26, 2016
Bangladesh 133/8 (20/20 ov); UAE 82 (17.4/20 ov)
Bangladesh won by 51 runs

Nurul Hasan of Bangladesh and SP Patil of UAE scored ducks in this game to provide the very first occasion of rival wicket keeper batsmen scoring ducks in the history of T20Is. This stats gain more importance or credibility when we note that both these wicket keepers collected the first ball ducks to provide the very first occasion of rival wicket keepers scoring ducks in the history of T20I and also provide the very first occasion of rival wicket keepers collecting the first ball ducks in the history of T20Is

4th Match: India v Pakistan at Dhaka – Feb 27, 2016
Pakistan 83 (17.3/20 ov); India 85/5 (15.3/20 ov)
India won by 5 wickets (with 27 balls remaining)

RG Sharma and AM Rahane were dismissed without scoring in this game to provide the ninth occasion of bath the openers scoring ducks in a T20I. It also provides the first such occasion by Indian batsmen and the second occasion against Pakistan.

5th Match: Bangladesh v Sri Lanka at Dhaka – Feb 28, 2016
Bangladesh 147/7 (20/20 ov); Sri Lanka 124/8 (20/20 ov)
Bangladesh won by 23 runs

Bangladesh won its 17th T20I when it won this game by 23 runs. It also provides its first win against Sri Lanka in a T20I.

6th Match: Pakistan v UAE at Dhaka – Feb 29, 2016
UAE 129/6 (20/20 ov); Pakistan 131/3 (18.4/20 ov)
Pakistan won by 7 wickets (with 8 balls remaining)

This game was Pakistan’s 100th game in T20Is. Pakistan became the first team in the history of T20Is to play 100 games

7th Match: India v Sri Lanka at Dhaka – Mar 1, 2016
Sri Lanka 138/9 (20/20 ov); India 142/5 (19.2/20 ov)
India won by 5 wickets (with 4 balls remaining)

MS Dhoni effected three dismissals in this game to take his aggregate dismissals in T20I to 52. He pouched two catches and effected one dismissal in this tame. He became the second wicket keeper to effect 50 plus dismissals in the history of T20Is after Kamran Akmal. Kamran Akmal has effected 60 dismissals. MS Dhoni also earned the distinction of becoming the first wicket keeper captain to effect 50 dismissals. At the end of this game, he has effected 51 dismissals {34 Ct plus 16 St}.

8th Match: Bangladesh v Pakistan at Dhaka – Mar 2, 2016
Pakistan 129/7 (20/20 ov); Bangladesh 131/5 (19.1/20 ov)
Bangladesh won by 5 wickets (with 5 balls remaining)

Shahid Afridi failed to open his account in this game to provide the eighth occasion of his dismissed for a duck in T20Is. He now occupies the third place in the list of batsmen who have scored most ducks in the history of T20Is. TM Dilshan {10} and LJ Wright {09} occupy the first two places.

Pakistan’s loss in this game was its 40th loss in T20Is. It now owns the record for most losses in the history of T20Is. New Zealand with 39 losses held the previous record.
9th Match: India v United Arab Emirates at Dhaka – Mar 3, 2016
United Arab Emirates 81/9 (20/20 ov); India 82/1 (10.1/20 ov)
India won by 9 wickets (with 59 balls remaining)

Harbhajan Singh has bowled five maiden overs during his T20I career including the one he bowled in this game. He became the fourth bowler in the history of T20Is to bowl five or more maiden overs in their career. Others are KMDN Kulasekara {06}, DJ Johnston {05} and BAW Mendis {05}. Harbhajan Singh became the first Indian bowler to perform such a feat

10th Match: Pakistan v Sri Lanka at Dhaka – Mar 4, 2016
Sri Lanka 150/4 (20/20 ov); Pakistan 151/4 (19.2/20 ov)
Pakistan won by 6 wickets (with 4 balls remaining)

TM Dilshan scored ten boundary fours in this game and his aggregate boundary fours at the end of this game read 209. He became the first batsman in the history of T20Is to score 200 plus boundary fours. He went past BB McCullum’s 199 boundary fours. Prior to the start of this game, both TM Dilshan and BB McCullum were on par with 199 boundary fours.

Final: Bangladesh v India at Dhaka – Mar 6, 2016
Bangladesh 120/5 (15/15 ov); India 122/2 (13.5/15 ov)
India won by 8 wickets (with 7 balls remaining)

India’s win in this game represents its second win in a tournament final. Its first win was at Johannesburg on 24.09.07 when it beat Pakistan by five runs in the first ever ICC WT20 final.

 

India wins the Asia Cup T20 2016 final – beats Bangladesh by eight wickets

Final – Eleventh Match – Asia Cup T20 2016 – Bangladesh vs India at Mirpur on March 06, 2016 – India won by eight wickets

India inserted the opposition in this game to provide the 21st occasion of India doing so in T20Is. India now stands third in the list of teams which have inserted the opposition on most occasions. New Zealand and England have inserted the opposition on 28 and 22 occasions respectively and occupy the first two places in the list

India won this game by eight wickets to provide the 13th occasion of India winning a game after inserting the opposition. India occupies the second place in the list of teams which have won most games after inserting the opposition in the history of T20IS. New Zealand and South Africa with 15 wins occupy the joint first place in the list

India has inserted the opposition on Bangladesh soil on six occasions and won the games on all the six occasions. India is the only team to maintain a cent percent win when it has inserted the opposition in a T20I game on Bangladesh soil. India stands second in the list of teams which have inserted the opposition in a T20I on Bangladesh soil. Hosts Bangladesh has done this on seven occasions. It has won four games.

S Dhawan scored 60 in this game to provide the 49th occasion of an Indian batsman scoring a fifty in a T20I and also the fifth such occasion against Bangladesh. It also provides the 20th occasion of an Indian opening batsman scoring a fifty in a T20I and the fourth such occasion against Bangladesh

S Dhawan’s 60 in this game represent his second fifty in T20I, the first being – 51 against Sri Lanka at Ranchi on 12.02.16. Thus his 60 in this game represent his highest score in a T20I.

Indian batsmen have scored 49 fifties in T20Is and one more fifty by its batsmen makes India to become the sixth team which have scored 50 plus fifties in the history of T20Is. The teams are – Australia {59}, New Zealand {55}, Pakistan {54}, England {53} and South Africa {52}

S Dhawan and V Kohli added 94 runs for the second wicket in this game to provide the 64th occasion of Indian batsmen posting a fifty plus runs partnership in T20Is and the fifth such occasion against Bangladesh. This stand also provides the 22nd occasion of Indian batsmen posting a 50 plus runs partnership for the second wicket in T20Is and the third such occasion against Bangladesh

This partnership provides the 16th occasion of a team posting a fifty plus runs partnership in a tournament final of T20I and the fourth such occasion for the second wicket. This is the second best stand in a tournament final – the best being the 111 runs partnership between C Kieswetter and KP Pietersen against Australia at Bridgetown on 16.05.10 in ICC T20 2010 Final. This stand is also the second best partnership for the second wicket in a tournament final

India’s win in this game represents its second win in a tournament final. Its first win was at Johannesburg on 24.09.07 when it beat Pakistan by five runs in the first ever ICC WT20 final.

India’s win in this game represents its 41st win in a T20I and its fourth win against Bangladesh. India’s eight wicket in this game provide the 22nd occasion of India winning a T20I game by wickets margin. All such occasions are listed below.

No Team Result Margin BR Oppn Ground Start Date
1 India won 9 wkts 59 UAE Dhaka 03 Mar 2016
2 India won 9 wkts 37 Srl Visakhapatnam 14 Feb 2016
3 India won 8 wkts 09 Ban Dhaka 28 Mar 2014
4 India won 8 wkts 18 Pak Colombo (RPS) 30 Sep 2012
5 India won 8 wkts 15 Ire Nottingham 10 Jun 2009
6 India won 8 wkts 07 Ban Dhaka 06 Mar 2016
7 India won 8 wkts 02 Aus Melbourne 03 Feb 2012
8 India won 7 wkts 11 Aus Mumbai (BS) 20 Oct 2007
9 India won 7 wkts 31 Afg Gros Islet 01 May 2010
10 India won 7 wkts 09 Pak Dhaka 21 Mar 2014
11 India won 7 wkts 12 Zim Harare 13 Jun 2010
12 India won 7 wkts 00 Aus Sydney 31 Jan 2016
13 India won 7 wkts 02 Win Dhaka 23 Mar 2014
14 India won 6 wkts 30 Zim Harare 12 Jun 2010
15 India won 6 wkts 01 RSA Johannesburg 01 Dec 2006
16 India won 6 wkts 05 Sri Mohali 12 Dec 2009
17 India won 6 wkts 02 Aus Rajkot 10 Oct 2013
18 India won 6 wkts 05 RSA Dhaka 04 Apr 2014
19 India won 5 wkts 13 Eng Pune 20 Dec 2012
20 India won 5 wkts 27 Pak Dhaka 27 Feb 2016
21 India won 5 wkts 04 Srk Dhaka 01 Mar 2016
22 India won 3 wkts 04 Srl Colombo (RPS) 10 Feb 2009

India won this game by eight wickets margin to provide its fifth win by exact eight wickets margin. All the five occasions are furnished below. It also represents its second eight wickets win against Bangladesh – the first being at Dhaka on 28.03.14

No Team Result Margin BR Oppn Ground Start Date
1 India won 8 wkts 09 Ban Dhaka 28 Mar 2014
2 India won 8 wkts 18 Pak Colombo (RPS) 30 Sep 2012
3 India won 8 wkts 15 Ire Nottingham 10 Jun 2009
4 India won 8 wkts 07 Ban Dhaka 06 Mar 2016
5 India won 8 wkts 02 Aus Melbourne 03 Feb 2012

 

 

 

 

Tenth match – Asia Cup T20 2016 – Sri Lanka vs Pakistan at Mirpur on Mar 04 2016 – Pakistan won by six wickets.

TM Dilshan and LD Chandimal added 110 runs for the first wicket in this game to provide the third occasion of Sri Lankan batsmen posting a three figure partnership for the first wicket in T20Is. All such occasions are listed below

No Partners Wkt Runs Inns Oppn Ground Start Date
1 TM Dilshan, ST Jayasuriya 1 124 1 Win Nottingham 10 Jun 2009
2 LD Chandimal, TM Dilshan 1 110 1 Pak Dhaka 04 Mar 2016
3 TM Dilshan, MDKJ Perera 1 100 1 Pak Dubai (DSC) 13 Dec 2013

It is interesting to know that in all these three partnerships, TM Dilshan is one of the partners. This partnership not only represent the second three figure partnership by Sri Lankan batsmen against Pakistan for the first wicket but also the second three figure partnership for any wicket. This stand represents the best stand by Sri Lankan batsmen for the first wicket and also for any wicket against Pakistan. The previous best was the 100 runs partnership at Dub-DSC on 13.12.13

This partnership provide the seventh occasion of Sri Lankan batsmen posting a three figure partnership in T20Is and also provide the 92nd occasion of batsmen posting a three figure partnership in the history of T20I and the 37th such occasion for the first wicket.

TM Dilshan scored ten boundary fours in this game and his aggregate boundary fours at the end of this game read 209. He became the first batsman in the history of T20Is to score 200 plus boundary fours. He went past BB McCullum’s 199 boundary fours. Prior to the start of this game, both TM Dilshan and BB McCullum were on par with 199 boundary fours.

TM Dilshan scored 75 not out in this game to provide the 13th occasion of his scoring a fifty in T20Is. He now shares the third place amongst the batsmen who have scored most fifties with V Kohli. V Kohli has also scored 13 fifties. BB McCullum {15} and CH Gayle {14} occupy the first two places.

TM Dilshan scored 75 not out in this game to provide the 12th occasion of his scoring a half century in T20Is. Three batsmen – BB McCullum, CH Gayle and V Kohli – have scored 13 half centuries – one more than TM Dilshan in the history of T20Is.

TM Dilshan {75 not out} and LD Chandimal {58} scored fifties in this game to provide the 24th occasion of both the openers scoring fifties in an innings of a T20I.  It also provides the second occasion of Sri Lankan openers performing such a feat. The first such occasion was witnessed against West Indies at Nottingham on 10.06.09, when TM Dilshan {74} and ST Jayasuriya {81} had come up with fifties.

TM Dilshan’s run aggregate at the end of this game read 1751. He now stands second in the list of batsmen who have scored most runs in T20I. BB McCullum with 2140 runs occupies the first place.

Sri Lanka had the services of three captains in this tournament – SL Malinga, AD Mathews and LD Chandimal – providing the very first occasion of a team led by three captains in a series in the history of T20Is.

No Player Oppn Ground Start Date
1 SL Malinga UAE Dhaka 25 Feb 2016
2 AD Mathews Ban Dhaka 28 Feb 2016
  AD Mathews Ind Dhaka 01 Mar 2016
3 LD Chandimal Pak Dhaka 04 Mar 2016

LD Chandimal’s 58 in this game provides the 83rd occasion of a captain scoring a fifty in a T20I and also provides the eleventh such occasion by a Sri Lankan captain. It also provides the 24th occasion of a captain opener scoring a fifty in the history of T20Is and also the fourth such occasion by a Sri Lankan captain opener in a T20I.

TM Dilshan {75 not out} and LD Chandimal {58} scored fifties in this game to provide the 46th occasion of Sri Lankan batsmen scoring fifties in a T20I and also provides the sixth such occasion against Pakistan. LD Chandimal’s 58 in this game provide the second occasion of his scoring a fifty against Pakistan. The other occasion was his 56 at Abu Dhabhi on 25.11.11. Thus this knock gave him two distinctions – he became the only Sri Lankan batsman to score two fifties against Pakistan and also this knock was his highest score against Pakistan.

LD Chadimal’s 58 in this game provides the 47th occasion of a batsman scoring a fifty against Pakistan in a T20I. With two fifties to his credit, he became the seventh batsman in the history of T20Is to score two or more fifties against Pakistan. Others are – KP Pietersen {04}. MJ Guptill {02}, MEK Hussey {02}, Shakib Al Hasan {02}, DA Warner {02} and KS Willliamson {02}

Umar Akmal’s run aggregate in T20I read 1611 at the end of this game. He became the fourth batsman in the history of T20Is to aggregate 1600 runs. Others are – BB McCullum {2140}, TM Dilshan {1751} and MJ Guptill {1666}

Umar Akmal’s T20I run aggregate on neutral soil read 909 at the end of this game. He became the second batsman to total 900 plus runs on neutral soil. Mohammad Shahzad of Afghanistan has a total of 1012 runs to his credit on neutral soil.

Umar Akmal now owns the record for most runs by a batsman on away and neutral soils. He has an aggregate of 1577 runs. He went past Mohammad Hafeez who had a tally of 1533 runs. Umar Akmal and Mohammad Hafeez are the only two batsmen who have an aggregate of 1500 plus runs on away and neutral soil.

Umar Akma’s two boundary sixes in this game gave him an aggregate of 51 boundary sixes on away and neutral soil. He became the fifth batsman in the history of T20Is to score 50 plus boundary sixes on away and neutral soils. Others are – CH Gayle {72}, Shahid Afridi {65}, BB McCullum {54} and SR Watson {53}

TM Dilshan’s 75 not out and LD Chandimal’s 58 in this game went in vain to provide the 195th and 196th occasion of a batsman’s fifty in a losing cause in the history of T20Is and provide the 15th and 16th occasion for Sri Lankan batsmen. It also provides the 21st occasion of batsman’s two fifties going in vain and the second occasion for Sri Lankan batsmen. The first such occasion was against England at Chittagong on 27.03.14. TM Dilshan and DPMD Jayawardene had scored 95 and 89 in this game.

TM Dilshan’s 75 not out and LD Chandimal’s 58 in this game went in vain to provide the 80th and 81st occasion of opening batsman’s fifty in a losing cause in the history of T20Is and provide the sixth and seventh occasion for Sri Lankan batsmen.

It also provides the 24th occasion of both the openers of a team scoring fifties in the history of T20Is and provides the second occasion of a team losing a T20I when both openers scored fifties. The first such occasion in the game between Zimbabwe and Afghanistan at Bulawayo on 26.10.15. Afghanistan won this game by six wickets despite Zimbabwe openers Sikander Raza and CJ Chibaba scoring 59 and 54 runs respectively.

TM Dilshan has witnessed five of his fifties going in vain when he has opened the innings for Sri Lanka which includes his 75 not out in this game. He became the third opening batsman in the history of T20Is to witness five or more fifties in a losing cause. Others are – H Masakadxa of Zimbabwe {06} and DA Warner of Australia {05}. TM Dilshan is the fourth batsman in the history of T20Is to witness five or more fifries in a losing cause. Others are – H Masakadxa of Zimbabwe {07} DA Warner of Australia {05} and F du Plessis of Sourh Africa {05}

LD Chandimal’s 58 in this game went in vain to provide the 38th occasion of a captain’s fifty going in vain in the history of T20Is and provides the fifth such occasion for a Sri Lankan captain. It also provides the eleventh occasion of a captain opener’s fifty in a losing cause and the second such occasion for a Sri Lankan captain. TM Dilshan’s 61 against India at Col-RPS on 10.02.09 had gone in vain

Ninth Match – Asia Cup T20 2016 – India vs UAE at Mirpur on March 03 2016 – India won by nine wickets

India capped PR Negi for this game. He became the 59th cricketer to represent Indian in T20Is. He also became the first Indian cricketer and the fourth cricketer to make his debut against UAE in T20Is. Other three are – LV van Beek of Netherlands at Sylhet on 17.03.14, Sikander Zulfiqar of Netherlands at ICCA Dubai on 03.02.16 and Mohammad Nawaz {3} at Dhaka on 29.02.16.

Harbhajan Singh was included for this game. He was making his appearance in a T20I game after sixty matches were played in Global time table. His last appearance in a T20I game was against South Africa at Cuttack on 05.10.15 which was number globally as T20I 457. The game between India and UAE at Mirpur is globally numbered T20I 517. India has played ten T20Is in between Harbhajan Singh’s last appearance at Cuttack against South Africa on 05.10.15 and today’s game.

India won this game by nine wickets to provide the 30th occasion of a team winning a T20I game by nine or more wickets margin. All such occasions are listed below with team wise classification

No Team Result Margin BR Opposition Ground Start Date
1 Australia won 10 wkts 58 v Sri Lanka Cape Town 20 Sep 2007
2 England won 10 wkts 44 v New Zealand Wellington 15 Feb 2013
3 England won 10 wkts 28 v West Indies The Oval 23 Sep 2011
4 Ireland won 10 wkts 63 v Canada Dubai (DSC) 22 Mar 2012
5 Ireland won 10 wkts 76 v Kenya Dubai (DSC) 14 Mar 2012
6 Kenya won 10 wkts 45 v Scotland Nairobi (Gym) 01 Feb 2010
7 Kenya won 10 wkts 33 v Scotland Nairobi (Gym) 04 Feb 2010
8 New Zealand won 10 wkts 14 v Pakistan Hamilton 17 Jan 2016
9 New Zealand won 10 wkts 70 v Bangladesh Hamilton 03 Feb 2010
10 New Zealand won 10 wkts 39 v Zimbabwe Harare 15 Oct 2011
11 South Africa won 10 wkts 51 v Pakistan Johannesburg 02 Feb 2007
12 South Africa won 10 wkts 44 v Zimbabwe Hambantota 20 Sep 2012
13 Australia won 09 wkts 52 v India Melbourne 01 Feb 2008
14 Australia won 09 wkts 31 v India Colombo (RPS) 28 Sep 2012
15 Australia won 09 wkts 37 v Bangladesh Cape Town 16 Sep 2007
16 Bangladesh won 09 wkts 48 v Afghanistan Dhaka 16 Mar 2014
17 England won 09 wkts 15 v New Zealand Manchester 13 Jun 2008
18 Hong Kong won 09 wkts 22 v Scotland Mong Kok 30 Jan 2016
19 India won 09 wkts 37 v Sri Lanka Visakhapatnam 14 Feb 2016
20 India won 09 wkts 59 v UAE Dhaka 03 Mar 2016
21 Kenya won 09 wkts 31 v Canada Dubai (DSC) 10 Feb 2010
22 New Zealand won 09 wkts 60 v Sri Lanka Auckland 10 Jan 2016
23 New Zealand won 09 wkts 74 v Kenya Durban 12 Sep 2007
24 Scotland won 09 wkts 11 v Kenya Belfast 04 Aug 2008
25 Scotland won 09 wkts 60 v UAE Edinburgh 09 Jul 2015
26 South Africa won 09 wkts 32 v England Johannesburg 21 Feb 2016
27 South Africa won 09 wkts 33 v Pakistan Dubai (DSC) 13 Nov 2013
28 Sri Lanka won 09 wkts 28 v West Indies Pallekele 29 Sep 2012
29 Sri Lanka won 09 wkts 90 v Netherlands Chittagong 24 Mar 2014
30 Sri Lanka won 09 wkts 16 v England Bristol 25 Jun 2011

It also provides India’s second win by nine wickets margin in T20Is. Prior to this it had won the game by nine wickets against Sri Lanka at Vishakapatnam on 14.02.16 – just 18 days earlier

No Team Result Margin BR Opposition Ground Start Date
1 India won 09 wkts 37 v Sri Lanka Visakhapatnam 14 Feb 2016
2 India won 09 wkts 59 v UAE Dhaka 03 Mar 2016

UAE lost this game by nine wickets to provide its second loss by a similar margin in T20Is. It had lost by nine wickets against Scotland at Edinburgh on 09.07.15

No Team Result Margin BR Oppn Ground Start Date
1 Scotland won 09 wkts 60 UAE Edinburgh 09 Jul 2015
2 India won 09 wkts 59 UAE Dhaka 03 Mar 2016

India won this game by nine wickets with 59 balls to spare to provide the eleventh occasion of a team winning a T20I game by nine or more wickets with 50 plus balls to spare. All such occasions are listed below. It was India’s first win by nine plus wickets with 50 plus balls to spare.

No Team Result Margin BR Opposition Ground Start Date
1 Sri Lanka won 09 wkts 90 v Netherlands Chittagong 24 Mar 2014
2 Ireland won 10 wkts 76 v Kenya Dubai (DSC) 14 Mar 2012
3 New Zealand won 09 wkts 74 v Kenya Durban 12 Sep 2007
4 New Zealand won 10 wkts 70 v Bangladesh Hamilton 03 Feb 2010
5 Ireland won 10 wkts 63 v Canada Dubai (DSC) 22 Mar 2012
6 New Zealand won 09 wkts 60 v Sri Lanka Auckland 10 Jan 2016
7 Scotland won 09 wkts 60 v UAE Edinburgh 09 Jul 2015
8 India won 09 wkts 59 v UAE Dhaka 03 Mar 2016
9 Australia won 10 wkts 58 v Sri Lanka Cape Town 20 Sep 2007
10 Australia won 09 wkts 52 v India Melbourne 01 Feb 2008
11 South Africa won 10 wkts 51 v Pakistan Johannesburg 02 Feb 2007

The following table furnishes the teams which have won a T20I game with 50 plus deliveries to spare in the history of T20Is. There are 14 such occasions. India’s win by nine wickets with 59 balls to spare provides the 14th occasion and is listed as ninth when sorted under descending order of balls remaining.

No Team Result Margin BR Opposition Ground Start Date
1 Sri Lanka won 09 wkts 90 v Netherlands Chittagong 24 Mar 2014
2 Ireland won 10 wkts 76 v Kenya Dubai (DSC) 14 Mar 2012
3 New Zealand won 09 wkts 74 v Kenya Durban 12 Sep 2007
4 Ireland won 08 wkts 72 v Nepal Belfast 13 Jul 2015
5 New Zealand won 10 wkts 70 v Bangladesh Hamilton 03 Feb 2010
6 Ireland won 10 wkts 63 v Canada Dubai (DSC) 22 Mar 2012
7 New Zealand won 09 wkts 60 v Sri Lanka Auckland 10 Jan 2016
8 Scotland won 09 wkts 60 v U.A.E. Edinburgh 09 Jul 2015
9 India won 09 wkts 59 v U.A.E. Dhaka 03 Mar 2016
10 Australia won 10 wkts 58 v Sri Lanka Cape Town 20 Sep 2007
11 Canada won 08 wkts 57 v Bermuda Belfast 05 Aug 2008
12 Australia won 09 wkts 52 v India Melbourne 01 Feb 2008
13 South Africa won 10 wkts 51 v Pakistan Johannesburg 02 Feb 2007
14 Australia won 08 wkts 50 v West Indies Sydney 23 Feb 2010

UAE posted 81 for 9 in this game while batting first. This total represents the lowest total by a team losing nine wickets while batting first in the history of T20Is. There are five occasions of a team scoring less than 100 runs having lost nine wickets while batting first in T20Is. All such occasions are listed below

No Team Score Overs Oppn Ground Start Date
1 Pak 98/9 20.0 RSA Dubai (DSC) 13 Nov 2013
2 Win 96/9 20.0 Ire Kingston 21 Feb 2014
3 Pak 96/9 20.0 Aus Dubai (DSC) 05 Oct 2014
4 PNG 92/9 20.0 Ire Townsville 06 Feb 2016
5 UAE 81/9 20.0 Ind Dhaka 03 Mar 2016

B Kumar bowled two maiden overs in this game to provide the 17th occasion of a bowler bowling two maiden overs in a T20I. He also became the third Indian bowler to bowl two maiden overs in a T20I. Harbhajan Singh and JJ Bumrah are the other two bowlers

No Player O M R W Oppn Ground Start Date
1 Harbhajan Singh 4.0 2 12 4 Eng Col-RPS 23 Sep 2012
2 JJ Bumrah 3.0 2 8 1 Pak Dhaka 27 Feb 2016
3 B Kumar 4.0 2 8 2 UAE Dhaka 03 Mar 2016

B Kumar {02}, HH Pandya {01} and Harbhajan Singh {01} bowled maiden overs in this game to provide the 241st,242nd and 243rd occasion of a bowler bowling one or more maiden overs in a 20I. It also provides the 19th, 20th and 21st occasion of Indian bowler bowling one or more maiden overs in a T20I.

B Kumar {02}, HH Pandya {01} and Harbhajan Singh {01} bowled maiden overs in this game to provide the fifth occasion of three or more bowlers bowling one or more maiden overs in an innings of T20I. All such occasions are listed below. It is noted that the Indian bowlers have performed such a feat for the first occasion in a T20I

No No Player O M R W Inns Team Oppn Ground Start Date
1 1 PJ Ongondo 4.0 1 7 0 2 Ken Ire Belfast 04 Aug 2008
  2 RG Aga 4.0 1 12 2 2 Ken Ire Belfast 04 Aug 2008
  3 AO Suji 3.1 1 26 0 2 Ken Ire Belfast 04 Aug 2008
  4 JK Kamande 4.0 1 11 2 2 Ken Ire Belfast 04 Aug 2008
                       
2 1 DP Nannes 4.0 1 27 1 2 Aus Pak Melbourne 05 Feb 2010
  2 MG Johnson 4.0 1 24 0 2 Aus Pak Melbourne 05 Feb 2010
  3 SR Watson 4.0 1 24 2 2 Aus Pak Melbourne 05 Feb 2010
                       
3 1 Hamid Hassan 3.0 1 4 3 2 Afg Ken Sharjah 30 Sep 2013
  2 Mirwais Ashraf 3.0 1 6 2 2 Afg Ken Sharjah 30 Sep 2013
  3 Mohammad Nabi 4.0 2 12 0 2 Afg Ken Sharjah 30 Sep 2013
                       
4 1 Tanwir Afzal 4.0 1 8 2 1 HKG Nep Col-RPS 24 Nov 2014
  2 Haseeb Amjad 4.0 1 20 1 1 HKG Nep Col-RPS 24 Nov 2014
  3 Aizaz Khan 4.0 1 4 2 1 HKG Nep Col-RPS 24 Nov 2014
  4 Nadeem Ahmed 4.0 1 11 2 1 HKG Nep Col-RPS 24 Nov 2014
                       
5 1 B Kumar 4.0 2 8 2 1 Ind UAE Dhaka 03 Mar 2016
  2 HH Pandya 3.0 1 11 1 1 Ind UAE Dhaka 03 Mar 2016
  3 Harbhajan Singh 4.0 1 11 1 1 InD UAE Dhaka 03 Mar 2016

Harbhajan Singh has bowled five maiden overs during his T20I career including the one he bowled in this game. He became the fourth bowler in the history of T20Is to bowl five or more maiden overs in their career. Others are KMDN Kulasekara {06}, DJ Johnston {05} and BAW Mendid {05}. Harbhajan Singh became the first Indian bowler to perform such a feat

No Player Team Mat Inns Overs M Runs W BBI Ave 4 5
1 KMDN Kulasekara Srl 47 47 166.1 6 1200 54 4/32 22.22 1 0
2 Harbhajan Singh Ind 28 27 102.0 5 633 25 4/12 25.32 1 0
3 DT Johnston Ind 30 28 99.0 5 636 32 4/22 19.87 1 0
4 BAW Mends Ind 39 39 147.3 5 952 66 6/8 14.42 3 2

Harbhajan Singh’s lone wicket in this game gave him an aggregate of 25 wickets in T20Is. He became the fifth Indian bowler and 62nd bowler overall to capture 25 plus wickets in the history of T20Is. The other four Indian bowlers are – R Ashwin {45}, IK Pathan {28}, Yuvraj Singh {27} and A Nehra {25}

This game was Yuvaraj Singh’s 50th T20I, He became the fourth Indian cricketer to appear in 50 plus T20Is. Others are – MS Dhoni {62}, SK Raina {56} and RG Sharma {54}

India’s win in this game gave its 40th win in T20Is. Other teams to win 40 plus games in the history of T20Is are –  Pakistan {58}, South Africa {51}, Sri Lanka {45}, New Zealand {42} and Australia {40}

Amjad Javed colleted the first ball duck in this game to provide the 34th occasion of a captain to suffer from such an ignominy. He became the second captain to collect the first ball duck against India after Mashrafe Mortaza of Bangladesh. Mashrafe Mortaza was dismissed first ball for a duck at Mirpur on 24.02.16 – in the ongoing Asia Cup T20 2016.

Eighth Match – Asia Cup T20 2016 – Bangladesh vs Pakistan at Mirpur on Mar 02 2016 – Bangladesh won by five wickets

Pakistan scored 129 for 7 in this game to provide its lowest team total against Bangladesh in nine T20I games played between the two teams. The previous lowest was 135 for 7 – also at Mirpur on 29.11.11

Shahid Afridi failed to open his account in this game to provide the eighth occasion of his dismissed for a duck in T20Is. He now occupies the third place in the list of batsmen who have scored most ducks in the history of T20Is. TM Dilshan {10} and LJ Wright {09} occupy the first two places. Shahid Afridi’s duck in this game was his fourth duck while leading Pakistan. He now shares the record for most ducks by a captain in T20Is with WTS Porterfield of Ireland. WTS Portefield has also scored four duck while leading Ireland.

Shahid Afridi with his four ducks while leading Pakistan owns the record for most ducks by a Pakistan captain. Prior to this Mohammad Hafeez held this dubious record with three ducks. Shahid Afridi’s eight ducks in T20Is is also record for most ducks by a Pakistan batsman in T20Is. Previous record was seven ducks which was credited to Umar Akmal.

Sarfraz Ahmed and Shoaib Malik added 70 runs for the fifth wicket in this game to provide the 58th occasion of Pakistan batsman posting 50 plus runs partnership in T20Is. It also provides the fifth such occasion for the fifth wicket. It also provides the tenth such occasion against Bangladesh and the first such occasion for the fifth wicket against Bangladesh. The partnership represents the record partnership by Pakistan batsman against Bangladesh for the fifth wicket. The previous best was the 34 runs partnership between Ahmad Shehzad and Shahid Afridi at Dhaka on 30.03.14.

The following table lists the teams which have posted 50 plus partnerships in T20Is on 50 plus occasions. Pakistan and Sri Lanka are tied for the sixth place with 58 fifty plus partnerships.

No Team Total C HC
1 Australia 70 12 58
2 South Africa 66 12 54
3 New Zealand 65 08 57
4 England 63 12 51
5 India 63 06 57
6 Pakistan 58 09 49
7 Sri Lanka 58 06 52
8 West Indies 55 05 50

Sarfraz Ahmed’s 58 not out in this game provides the 54th occasion of a Pakistan batsman scoring a fifty in T20Is and the sixth such occasion against Bangladesh. It also provides the eighth occasion of a Pakistan wicket keeper batsman scoring a fifty in T20Is and also provides the second such occasion against Bangladesh. Kamran Akmal was the other wicket keeper batsman to score a fifty against Bangladesh in T20Is. He had scored 73 at Gros Islet on 01.05.10. The following table lists the eight occasions of Pakistan wicket keepers scoring fifties in a T20I

No Player Runs Inns Oppn Ground Start Date
1 Kamran Akmal 59* 2 Aus Dubai (DSC) 07 May 2009
2 Kamran Akmal 57 1 Ire The Oval 15 Jun 2009
3 Kamran Akmal 64 2 Aus Melbourne 05 Feb 2010
4 Kamran Akmal 73 1 Ban Gros Islet 01 May 2010
5 Kamran Akmal 50 1 Aus Gros Islet 14 May 2010
6 Umar Akmal 64 1 RSA Cape Town 22 Nov 2013
7 Sarfraz Ahmed 76* 2 NZl Dubai (DSC) 04 Dec 2014
8 Sarfraz Ahmed 58* 1 Ban Dhaka 02 Mar 2016

Sarfraz Ahmed’s 58 not out was in a losing cause and provides the third occasion of a Pakistan wicket keeper batsman’s fifty going in vain.

No Player Runs Inns Oppn Ground Start Date
1 Kamran Akmal 64 2 Aus Melbourne 05 Feb 2010
2 Kamran Akmal 50 1 Aus Gros Islet 14 May 2010
3 Sarfraz Ahmed 58* 1 Ban Dhaka 02 Mar 2016

It also provides the 21st occasion of a wicket keeper batsman’s fifty in a losing cause in the history of T20Is. It also provides the 194th occasion of a batsman’s fifty going in vain and the ninth occasion of a Pakistan batsman suffering from such an ignominy.

Bangladesh won this game by five wickets to provide its 18th victory in T20Is and its second win against Pakistan. Prior to this, it had won by seven wickets at Dhaka on 24.04.15. This win also represents Bangladesh’s eleventh win on home soil.

Pakistan’s loss in this game was its 40th loss in T20Is. It now owns the record for most losses in the history of T20Is. New Zealand with 39 losses held the previous record.

 

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