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Pakistan opening batsmen scoring a fifty and a century in the same innings in one day internationals.

Pakistan opening batsmen scoring a fifty and a century in the same innings in one day internationals.

Pakistan openers Imam-ul-Haq {57} and Fakhar Zaman {101} scored fifty and a century  against South Africa at Centurion on 07.04.21 to provide the 23rd occasion of Pakistan opening batsmen scoring a fifty and a century in the same innings in one day internationals. The list includes seven occasions of both the openers scoring centuries in an innings. All such occasions are tabulated below

NoTeamIOppGroundDateCHC
1Pak1SrlAdelaide17 Feb 199020
2Pak1SrlSharjah04 Feb 199320
3Pak1SrlSharjah30 Oct 199320
4Pak1NZlRawalpindi07 Dec 200320
5Pak1BanLahore13 Apr 200820
6Pak1IndDhaka18 Mar 201220
7Pak1ZimBulawayo20 Jul 201820
8Pak1SrlMultan17 Jan 199211
9Pak2SrlGujranwala29 Sep 199511
10Pak2SrlSharjah12 Nov 199611
11Pak2NZlManchester16 Jun 199911
12Pak2NZlSharjah15 Apr 200211
13Pak1ZimBulawayo24 Nov 200211
14Pak1ZimHarare27 Nov 200211
15Pak2SrlKarachi20 Jan 200911
16Pak2ZimHarare11 Sep 201111
17Pak1IndKolkata03 Jan 201311
18Pak2BanDhaka04 Mar 201411
19Pak2IreAdelaide15 Mar 201511
20Pak1IndThe Oval18 Jun 201711
21Pak1ZimBulawayo13 Jul 201811
22Pak1ZimBulawayo22 Jul 201811
23Pak1RSACenturion07 Apr 202111
Pakistan’s first three batsmen scoring fifties in one day internationals

Pakistan’s first three batsmen scoring fifties in one day internationals

Pakistan’s Inam-ul-Haq {57}, Fakhar Zaman {101} and Babar Azam {94} scrored fifties against South Africa at Centurion on 07.04.21 to provide the 103rd occasion of first three batsmen scoring fifties in an innings in the annals of one day internationals. It also provides the eleventh occasion of Pakistan’s first three batsmen scoring fifties in an innings in one day internationals. All such occasions are tabulated below

NoPlayerRunsIOppGroundStart Date
1Sadiq Mohammad741SrlNottingham14 Jun 1975
 Majid Khan841SrlNottingham14 Jun 1975
 Zaheer Abbas971SrlNottingham14 Jun 1975
       
2Mudassar Nazar641WinSharjah18 Oct 1988
 Ramiz Raja641WinSharjah18 Oct 1988
 Javed Miandad791WinSharjah18 Oct 1988
       
3Saeed Anwar571SrlCenturion04 Dec 1994
 Aamer Sohail671SrlCenturion04 Dec 1994
 Inzamam-ul-Haq621SrlCenturion04 Dec 1994
       
4Saeed Anwar911NZlSialkot06 Dec 1996
 Zahoor Elahi861NZlSialkot06 Dec 1996
 Ijaz Ahmed591NZlSialkot06 Dec 1996
       
5Taufeeq Umar681ZimHarare27 Nov 2002
 Saleem Elahi1081ZimHarare27 Nov 2002
 Mohd Yousuf100*1ZimHarare27 Nov 2002
       
6Yasir Hameed531NZlLahore01 Dec 2003
 Imran Farhat681NZlLahore01 Dec 2003
 Saleem Elahi701NZlLahore01 Dec 2003
       
7Yasir Hameed631NZlFaisalabad03 Dec 2003
 Imran Farhat911NZlFaisalabad03 Dec 2003
 Mohd Yousuf641NZlFaisalabad03 Dec 2003
       
8Mohd Hafeez861ZimLahore26 May 2015
 Azhar Ali791ZimLahore26 May 2015
 Shoaib Malik1121ZimLahore26 May 2015
       
9Imam-ul-Haq1131ZimBulawayo20 Jul 2018
 Fakhar Zaman210*1ZimBulawayo20 Jul 2018
 Asif Ali50*1ZimBulawayo20 Jul 2018
       
10Imam-ul-Haq1101ZimBulawayo22 Jul 2018
 Fakhar Zaman851ZimBulawayo22 Jul 2018
 Babar Azam106*1ZimBulawayo22 Jul 2018
       
11Imam-ul-Haq571RSACenturion07 Apr 2021
 Fakhar Zaman1011RSACenturion07 Apr 2021
 Babar Azam941RSACenturion07 Apr 2021
Captains scoring nineties in one day internationals

Captains scoring nineties in one day internationals

T Bavuma of South Africa scored 92 against Pakistan at Johannesburg on 04.04.21 to provide the 111th occasion of a captain scoring a ninety in the annals of one day internationals. It also provides the 14th occasion of a South African captain scoring a ninety in ODIs. All such occasions are tabulated below

NoPlayerRunsIOppGroundStart Date
1WJ Cronje901IndSharjah14 Apr 1996
2WJ Cronje942WinLahore03 Nov 1997
3GC Smith902AusJo’burg12 Mar 2006
4GC Smith912ScoBasseterre20 Mar 2007
5JH Kallis91*2IndBelfast26 Jun 2007
6GC Smith962ZimHarare25 Aug 2007
7GC Smith921PakDub-DSC05 Nov 2010
8AB de Villiers961SrlKimberley20 Jan 2012
9AB de Villiers95*2PakBenoni24 Mar 2013
10AB de Villiers911AusMelbourne21 Nov 2014
11AB de Villiers991UAEWellington12 Mar 2015
12F du Plessis91*1BanE London22 Oct 2017
13F du Plessis96*2SrlCh-le-St28 Jun 2019
14T Bavuma921PakJo’burg4 Apr 2021

It also provides the tenth occasion of a captain scoring a ninety in ODIs against Pakistan. All such occasions are tabulated below

NoPlayerRunsITeamGroundStart Date
1MD Crowe911NZlAuckland21 Mar 1992
2Tendulkar932IndHobart21 Jan 2000
3Jayasuriya971SrlTangier17 Aug 2002
4R Dravid921IndAbu Dhabi19 Apr 2006
5GC Smith921RSADub-DSC05 Nov 2010
6de Villiers95*2RSABenoni24 Mar 2013
7AD Mathews931SrlHambantota26 Aug 2014
8Williamson971NZlA Dhabi19 Dec 2014
9AJ Finch901AusA Dhabi27 Mar 2019
10T Bavuma921RSAJo’burg04 Apr 2021

It also provides the third occasion of a South African captain scoring a ninety in ODIs against Pakistan. All such occasions are tabulated below

NoPlayerRunsITeamGroundStart Date
1GC Smith921RSADub-DSC05 Nov 2010
2AB de Villiers95*2RSABenoni24 Mar 2013
3T Bavuma921RSAJo’burg04 Apr 2021

Babar Azam of Pakistan scored 94 against South Africa at Centurion on 07.04.21 to provide the 112th occasion of a captain scoring a ninety in the annals of one day internationals. It also provides the eighth occasion of a Pakistan captain scoring a ninety in ODIs. All such occasions are tabulated below

NoPlayerRunsIOppGroundStart Date
1Javed Miandad90*1NZlHamilton15 Jan 1985
2Javed Miandad91*2SrlLahore25 Oct 1985
3Saleem Malik93*1SrlCol-SSC07 Aug 1994
4Aamer Sohail97*2IndToronto20 Sep 1998
5Aamer Sohail912ZimGujranwala20 Nov 1998
6Misbah-ul-Haq96*1WinThe Oval07 Jun 2013
7Sarfaraz Ahmed972EngLeeds19 May 2019
8Babar Azam941RSACenturion07 Apr 2021

It also provides the eleventh occasion of a batsman scoring a ninety in one day internationals against South Africa. All such  occasions are tabulated below.

NoPlayerRunsITeamGroundStart Date
1M Azharuddin901IndKolkata24 Nov 1993
2SR Waugh912AusBloemfontein13 Apr 1997
3A Ranatunga93*2SrlP Elizabeth13 Apr 1998
4RT Ponting922AusP Elizabeth06 Apr 2002
5MS Atapattu97*2SrlDambulla25 Aug 2004
6RT Ponting911AusBasseterre24 Mar 2007
7KP Pietersen90*1EngLeeds22 Aug 2008
8E Chigumbura901ZimBulawayo21 Aug 2014
9MS Dhoni92*1IndIndore14 Oct 2015
10AD Mathews97*1SrlCol-RPS12 Aug 2018
11Babar Azam941PakCenturion07 Apr 2021
One hundred occasions of a batsmen dismissed run out after scoring a century in one day internationals

One hundred occasions of a batsmen dismissed run out after scoring a century in one day internationals

Fakhar Zaman of Pakistan was dismissed run out for 193 against South Africa at Johannesburg on 04.04.21 to provide the 100th occasion of a batsman dismissed run out after scoring a century in the history of one day internationals. All such occasions are tabulated below

NoPlayerRunsITeamOppGroundStart Date
1KWR Fletcher1311EngNZlNottingham11 Jun 1975
2GM Wood1081AusEngLeeds08 Jun 1981
3GR Marsh1041AusIndJaipur07 Sep 1986
4CA Best1002WinEngGeorgetown07 Mar 1990
5Ramiz Raja1141PakNZlSialkot06 Nov 1990
6RJ Shastri1091IndRSANew Delhi14 Nov 1991
7DC Boon1002AusNZlAuckland22 Feb 1992
8PA de Silva1052SrlAusCol-PSS15 Aug 1992
9Javed Miandad1071PakRSAEast London15 Feb 1993
10KR Rutherford1081NZlIndVadodara28 Oct 1994
11SR Tendulkar1152IndNZlVadodara28 Oct 1994
12MJR Rindel1061RSAPakJo’burg12 Jan 1995
13RT Ponting1231AusSrlMelbourne09 Jan 1996
14ME Waugh1301AusSrlPerth12 Jan 1996
15ME Waugh1261AusIndMumbai27 Feb 1996
16SR Tendulkar1371IndSrlDelhi02 Mar 1996
17RT Ponting1021AusWinJaipur04 Mar 1996
18NS Sidhu1011IndPakSharjah15 Apr 1996
19SR Tendulkar1101IndSrlCol-RPS28 Aug 1996
20JN Rhodes1211RSAPakNairobi-G29 Sep 1996
21ME Waugh1021AusWinBrisbane05 Jan 1997
22MS Atapattu1181SrlIndCol-RPS17 Aug 1997
23NV Knight1221EngWinBridgetown29 Mar 1998
24BC Lara1102WinEngBridgetown29 Mar 1998
25SR Tendulkar1411IndAusDhaka28 Oct 1998
26GA Hick1092EngAusAdelaide26 Jan 1999
27NC Johnson1011ZimKenDhaka23 Mar 1999
28M Jayawardene1011SrlPakVizag27 Mar 1999
29GW Flower1401ZimKenDhaka27 Mar 1999
30R Dravid1451IndSrlTaunton26 May 1999
31ME Waugh1061AusZimBulawayo21 Oct 1999
32SC Ganguly1002IndAusMelbourne12 Jan 2000
33SL Campbell1031WinZimKingston01 Apr 2000
34ST Jayasuriya1051SrlIndDhaka01 Jun 2000
35Tendulkar1011IndSrlSharjah20 Oct 2000
36RT Ponting1022AusEngBristol10 Jun 2001
37NJ Astle1171NZlIndCol-RPS20 Jul 2001
38DD Ebrahim1211ZimBanDhaka25 Nov 2001
39NV Knight1051EngIndDelhi31 Jan 2002
40Saleem Elahi1081PakZimHarare27 Nov 2002
41V Sehwag1082IndNZlNapier29 Dec 2002
42MS Atapattu1011SrlAusSydney09 Jan 2003
43VVS Laxman1021IndAusGwalior26 Oct 2003
44BC Lara1131WinZimBulawayo22 Nov 2003
45SM Ervine1002ZimIndAdelaide24 Jan 2004
46ME Trescothick1301EngWinGros Islet01 May 2004
47Shoaib Malik1181PakHKGCol-SSC18 Jul 2004
48ME Trescothick1041EngWinThe Oval25 Sep 2004
49MS Atapattu1111SrlPakLahore14 Oct 2004
50Mohd Yousuf1051PakWinPerth01 Feb 2005
51R Dravid1041IndPakKochi02 Apr 2005
52Salman Butt1011PakIndJamshedpur09 Apr 2005
53Yuvraj Singh1031IndRSAHyd-RGS16 Nov 2005
54PG Fulton1122NZlSrlNapier08 Jan 2006
55CH Gayle1011WinEngAhmedabad28 Oct 2006
56KJ O’Brien1421IreKenNairobi-R02 Feb 2007
57DJ Reekers1041NetIreNairobi-G05 Feb 2007
58MJ Clarke1301AusIndBengaluru29 Sep 2007
59HH Gibbs1021RSAPakLahore18 Oct 2007
60JM How1392NZlEngNapier20 Feb 2008
61Mohd Ashraful1091BanUAELahore24 Jun 2008
62V Sehwag1161IndSrlCol-RPS03 Feb 2009
63BJ Haddin1091AusNZlSydney08 Feb 2009
64Shakib Al Hasan1041BanZimBulawayo11 Aug 2009
65H Masakadza1561ZimKenHarare12 Oct 2009
66TLW Cooper1011NetAfgThe Hague07 Jul 2010
67HM Amla1101RSAZimBloemfontein15 Oct 2010
68KJ O’Brien1132IreEngBengaluru02 Mar 2011
69AB de Villiers1341RSANetMohali03 Mar 2011
70AN Cook1191EngSrlLord’s03 Jul 2011
71MJ Clarke1171AusSrlAdelaide06 Mar 2012
72G Gambhir1022IndSrlCol-RPS28 Jul 2012
73KJ Coetzer1331ScoAfgSharjah08 Mar 2013
74Tamim Iqbal1121BanSrlHambantota23 Mar 2013
75A Shehzad1021PakRSAP Elizabeth27 Nov 2013
76JC Buttler1212EngSrlLord’s31 May 2014
77V Kohli1271IndWinDharamsala17 Oct 2014
78L Siaka1092PNGHKGTownsville09 Nov 2014
79AJ Finch1351AusEngMelbourne14 Feb 2015
80Mahmudullah1031BanEngAdelaide09 Mar 2015
81MDKJ Perera1161SrlPakHambantota26 Jul 2015
82Q de Kock1031RSAIndRajkot18 Oct 2015
83M  Rahim1071BanZimDhaka07 Nov 2015
84RG Sharma1241IndAusBrisbane15 Jan 2016
85JE Root1251EngRSACenturion09 Feb 2016
86DA Warner1732AusRSACape Town12 Oct 2016
87E Lewis1482WinSrlBulawayo23 Nov 2016
88DA Warner1561AusNZlMelbourne09 Dec 2016
89EJG Morgan1022EngIndCuttack19 Jan 2017
90EJG Morgan1071EngWinN Sound03 Mar 2017
91Rohan Mustafa1091UAEPNGA Dhabi04 Apr 2017
92KS Williamson1001NZlAusBirmingham02 Jun 2017
93HM Amla1031RSASrlThe Oval03 Jun 2017
94SO Hetmyer1251WinBanProvidence25 Jul 2018
95S Dhawan1142IndPakDub-DSC23 Sep 2018
96AT Rayudu1001IndWinMum-BS29 Oct 2018
97A Balbirnie1012IreZimBready01 Jul 2019
98A Vala1042PNGNamLauderhill23 Sep 2019
99PR Stirling1422IreEngSouthampton04 Aug 2020
100Fakhar Zaman1932PakRSAJo’burg04 Apr 2021

It also provides the eighth occasion of a Pakistan batsman dismissed run out after scoring a century in one day internationals. All such occasions are tabulated below

NoPlayerRunsITeamOppGroundStart Date
1Ramiz Raja1141PakNZlSialkot06 Nov 1990
2Javed Miandad1071PakRSAEast London15 Feb 1993
3Saleem Elahi1081PakZimHarare27 Nov 2002
4Shoaib Malik1181PakHKGCol-SSC18 Jul 2004
5Mohd Yousuf1051PakWinPerth01 Feb 2005
6Salman Butt1011PakIndJamshedpur09 Apr 2005
7A Shehzad1021PakRSAP Elizabeth27 Nov 2013
8Fakhar Zaman1932PakRSAJo’burg04 Apr 2021

It also provides the seventh occasion of a batsman dismissed run out after scoring a century in one day internationals against South Africa. All such occasions are tabulated below

NoPlayerRunsITeamOppGroundStart Date
1RJ Shastri1091IndRSANew Delhi14 Nov 1991
2Javed Miandad1071PakRSAEast London15 Feb 1993
3Yuvraj Singh1031IndRSAHyd-RGS16 Nov 2005
4A Shehzad1021PakRSAP Elizabeth27 Nov 2013
5JE Root1251EngRSACenturion09 Feb 2016
6DA Warner1732AusRSACape Town12 Oct 2016
7Fakhar Zaman1932PakRSAJo’burg04 Apr 2021

Fakhar Zaman of Pakistan was dismissed run out for 193 against South Africa at Johannesburg on 04.04.21 to provide the fourth occasion of a batsman dismissed run out after scoring 150 plus in the history of one day internationals. All such occasions are tabulated below. He became the third batsman to be dismissed run out  after scoring 150 plus runs in an innings  in ODIs. DA Warner has been dismissed run out after scoring 150 plus runs on two occasions. The following table lists the four occasions

NoPlayerRunsITeamOppGroundStart Date
1Fakhar Zaman1932PakRSAJo’burg04 Apr 2021
2DA Warner1732AusRSACape Town12 Oct 2016
3H Masakadza1561ZimKenHarare12 Oct 2009
4DA Warner1561AusNZlMelbourne09 Dec 2016

India’s SR Tendulkar holds the record for getting dismissed run out after scoring a century on most occasions – Five. He is followed by ME Waugh of Australia who has been dismissed run out after scoring a century on four occasions. MS Atapattu and RT Ponting have been dismissed on three occasions.

BC Lara, DA Warner, EJG Morgan, HM Amla, KH O’Brien, ME Trescothick, MJ Clarke, NV Knight, R Dravid and V Sehwag are the batsmen who have been dismissed run out after scoring a century in an innings in ODI

NoPlayerRunsITeamOppGroundStart Date
1SR Tendulkar1152IndNZlVadodara28 Oct 1994
2SR Tendulkar1371IndSrlDelhi02 Mar 1996
3SR Tendulkar1101IndSrlCol-RPS28 Aug 1996
4SR Tendulkar1411IndAusDhaka28 Oct 1998
4SR Tendulkar1011IndSrlSharjah20 Oct 2000
        
1ME Waugh1301AusSrlPerth12 Jan 1996
2ME Waugh1261AusIndMumbai27 Feb 1996
3ME Waugh1021AusWinBrisbane05 Jan 1997
4ME Waugh1061AusZimBulawayo21 Oct 1999
        
1MS Atapattu1181SrlIndCol-RPS17 Aug 1997
2MS Atapattu1011SrlAusSydney09 Jan 2003
3MS Atapattu1111SrlPakLahore14 Oct 2004
        
1RT Ponting1231AusSrlMelbourne09 Jan 1996
2RT Ponting1021AusWinJaipur04 Mar 1996
3RT Ponting1022AusEngBristol10 Jun 2001
        
1BC Lara1102WinEngBridgetown29 Mar 1998
2BC Lara1131WinZimBulawayo22 Nov 2003
        
1DA Warner1732AusRSACape Town12 Oct 2016
2DA Warner1561AusNZlMelbourne09 Dec 2016
        
1EJG Morgan1022EngIndCuttack19 Jan 2017
2EJG Morgan1071EngWinN Sound03 Mar 2017
        
1HM Amla1101RSAZimBloemfontein15 Oct 2010
2HM Amla1031RSASrlThe Oval03 Jun 2017
        
1KJ O’Brien1421IreKenNairobi-R02 Feb 2007
2KJ O’Brien1132IreEngBengaluru02 Mar 2011
        
1Trescothick1301EngWinGros Islet01 May 2004
2Trescothick1041EngWinThe Oval25 Sep 2004
        
1MJ Clarke1301AusIndBengaluru29 Sep 2007
2MJ Clarke1171AusSrlAdelaide06 Mar 2012
        
1NV Knight1221EngWinBridgetown29 Mar 1998
2NV Knight1051EngIndDelhi31 Jan 2002
        
1R Dravid1451IndSrlTaunton26 May 1999
2R Dravid1041IndPakKochi02 Apr 2005
        
1V Sehwag1082IndNZlNapier29 Dec 2002
2V Sehwag1161IndSrlCol-RPS03 Feb 2009

The following six batsmen have been dismissed run out after scoring exact century – 100 – in the annals of one day internationals.

NoPlayerRunsITeamOppGroundStart Date
1CA Best1002WinEngGeorgetown07 Mar 1990
2DC Boon1002AusNZlAuckland22 Feb 1992
3SC Ganguly1002IndAusMelbourne12 Jan 2000
4SM Ervine1002ZimIndAdelaide24 Jan 2004
5KS Williamson1001NZlAusBirmingham02 Jun 2017
6AT Rayudu1001IndWinMum-BS29 Oct 2018
Batsman’s 150 plus scores in a losing cause in one day internationals

Batsman’s 150 plus scores in a losing cause in one day internationals

Fakhar Zaman of Pakistan scored 193 against South Africa at Johannesburg on 04.04.21 only to witness his team losing the game by 17 runs to provide the 18th occasion of a batsman’s score of 150 plus in losing cause in the history of one day internationals. All such occasions are tabulated below

NoPlayerRunsITeamOppGroundStart Date
1RA Smith167*1EngAusB’ ham21 May 1993
2CH Gayle152*1WinRSAJo’burg04 Feb 2004
3RT Ponting1641AusRSAJo’burg12 Mar 2006
4ML Hayden181*1AusNZlHamilton20 Feb 2007
5CK Coventry194*1ZimBanBulawayo16 Aug 2009
6Tendulkar1752IndAusHyd-RGS05 Nov 2009
7TM Dilshan1602SrlIndRajkot15 Dec 2009
8TM Dilshan160*1SrlIndHobart28 Feb 2012
9GJ Bailey1561AusIndNagpur30 Oct 2013
10KJ Coetzer1561ScoBanNelson05 Mar 2015
11RG Sharma1502IndRSAKanpur11 Oct 2015
12RG Sharma171*1IndAusPerth12 Jan 2016
13DA Warner1732AusRSAC Town12 Oct 2016
14E Lewis176*1WinEngThe Oval27 Sep 2017
15TP Ura1511PNGIreHarare06 Mar 2018
16CH Gayle1622WinEngGreneda27 Feb 2019
17Imam-ul-Haq1511PakEngBristol14 May 2019
18Fakhar Zaman1932PakRSAJo’burg04 Apr 2021

CH Gayle, RG Sharma and TM Dilshan are the  three batsmen  who  have  witnessed  their teams losing  the  game  when they scored 150  plus runs  on three occasions.

NoPlayerRunsITeamOppGroundStart Date
1CH Gayle152*1WinRSAJo’burg04 Feb 2004
2CH Gayle1622WinEngGreneda27 Feb 2019
        
1RG Sharma1502IndRSAKanpur11 Oct 2015
2RG Sharma171*1IndAusPerth12 Jan 2016
        
1TM Dilshan1602SrlIndRajkot15 Dec 2009
2TM Dilshan160*1SrlIndHobart28 Feb 2012

Fakhar Zaman became the fifth batsman to witness his score of 150 plus in a losing cause. All such batsmen are listed in the following table

NoPlayerRunsITeamOppGroundStart Date
1CH Gayle152*1WinRSAJo’burg04 Feb 2004
2RT Ponting1641AusRSAJo’burg12 Mar 2006
3RG Sharma1502IndRSAKanpur11 Oct 2015
4DA Warner1732AusRSAC Town12 Oct 2016
5Fakhar Zaman1932PakRSAJo’burg04 Apr 2021

Fakhar Zaman became the second batsman to witness his score of 150 plus in a losing cause after Imam-ul-Haq. Both batsmen are listed in the following table

NoPlayerRunsITeamOppGroundStart Date
1Imam-ul-Haq1511PakEngBristol14 May 2019
2Fakhar Zaman1932PakRSAJo’burg04 Apr 2021

Fakhar Zaman’s 193 is the second best score in a losing cause. Zimbabwe batsman CK Coventry’s 194 not out  against Bangladesh at Bulawayo on 16.08.09  remains the highest score in a losing cause

NoPlayerRunsITeamOppGroundStart Date
1CK Coventry194*1ZimBanBulawayo16 Aug 2009
1Fakhar Zaman1932PakRSAJo’burg04 Apr 2021
Pakistan losing a one day international after posting 300 plus runs

Pakistan losing a one day international after posting 300 plus runs

Pakistan lost the second one day against South Africa at Johannesburg on 04 Apr 2021 by 17 runs after posting 324 for the loss of nine wickets to provide the 152nd occasion of a team losing a one day game  after posting 300 plus  runs. It also provides the 16th occasion of Pakistan losing a one day game after posting 300 plus runs. All such occasions are tabulated below

NoTeamScoreIMarginOppGroundDate
1Pak315/10234 runsSrlSingapore02.04.96
2Pak314/05103 wktsIndDhaka18.01.98
3Pak315/08106 wktsAusLahore10.11.98
4Pak304/09105 wktsEngKarachi24.10.00
5Pak303/10204 runsNZlWellington17.01.04
6Pak344/08205 runsIndKarachi13.03.04
7Pak329/06106 wktsIndDhaka18.03.12
8Pak309/10234 runsRSAJo’burg17.03.13
9Pak312/10257 runsAusAdelaide26.01.17
10Pak308/05104 wktsWinProvidence07.04.17
11Pak317/06113 runsRSACenturion25.01.19
12Pak307/07220 runsAusDub-DSC31.03.19
13Pak361/07212 runsEngSouthampton11.05.19
14Pak358/09106 wktsEngBristol14.05.19
15Pak340/07103 wktsEngNottingham17.05.19
16Pak324/09217 runsRSAJo’burg04.04.21

It also provides the ninth occasion of Pakistan losing a one day game by runs margin after posting 300 plus runs. All such occasions are tabulated below

NoTeamScoreIMarginOppGroundDate
1Pak303/10204 runsNZlWellington17.01.04
2Pak344/08205 runsIndKarachi13.03.04
3Pak361/07212 runsEngSouthampton11.05.19
4Pak317/06113 runsRSACenturion25.01.19
5Pak324/09217 runsRSAJo’burg04.04.21
6Pak307/07220 runsAusDub-DSC31.03.19
7Pak315/10234 runsSrlSingapore02.04.96
8Pak309/10234 runsRSAJo’burg17.03.13
9Pak312/10257 runsAusAdelaide26.01.17

It also provides the 13th occasion of a team losing a one day game by runs margin after posting 300 plus runs against South Africa. It also provides the third occasion of Pakistan losing a one day game by runs margin after posting 300 plus runs against South Africa. All such occasions are tabulated below

NoTeamScoreIMarginOppGroundDate
1Pak317/06113 runsRSACenturion25.01.19
2Pak324/09217 runsRSAJo’burg04.04.21
3Pak309/10234 runsRSAJo’burg17.03.13
Third ODI – India vs England at Pune-MCA on 28.03.21

Third ODI – India vs England at Pune-MCA on 28.03.21

England won the toss and chose to field in this game providing the 210th occasion of England doing so in ODIs. It also provides the 32st occasion of England doing so in ODIs against India. It also provides the 15th occasion of England doing so in ODIs against India in India.

V Kohli will be leading India for the 200th occasion in international matches {Tests/ODIs/T20Is}. He became the eighth captain to lead a team in 200 international matches. The following table lists all these captains.

NoPlayerSpanMat
1MS Dhoni (INDIA)2007-2018332
2RT Ponting (AUS/ICC)2002-2012324
3SP Fleming (NZ)1997-2007303
4GC Smith (Afr/ICC/SA)2003-2014286
5AR Border (AUS)1984-1994271
6A Ranatunga (SL)1988-1999249
7M Azharuddin (INDIA)1990-1999221
8V Kohli (INDIA)2013-2021200

He became the third Indian captain to lead a team in 200 international matches. The following table lists all these captains.

NoPlayerSpanMat
1MS Dhoni (INDIA)2007-2018332
2M Azharuddin (INDIA)1990-1999221
3V Kohli (INDIA)2013-2021200

S Dhawan-RG Sharma partnered 5000 runs in ODIs when they added 80 runs during their partnership of runs in this game. At the end of this game, this pair has partnered 5023 runs. They became the second Indian pair to post 5000 plus runs after SC Ganguly-SR Tendulkar. SC Ganguly-SR Tendulkar pair has partnered 8227 runs. They also became the seventh pair to post 5000 plus runs in ODIs. All such pairs are tabulated below

NoPartnersRuns
1SC Ganguly, SR Tendulkar (INDIA)8227
2M Jayawardene, KC Sangakkara (Asia/SL)5992
3TM Dilshan, KC Sangakkara (SL)5475
4MS Atapattu, ST Jayasuriya (SL)5462
5AC Gilchrist, ML Hayden (AUS)5409
6CG Greenidge, DL Haynes (WI)5206
7S Dhawan, RG Sharma (INDIA)5023

S Dhawan-RG Sharma added 103 runs for the  first wicket in this game to provide the 453rd occasion  of  India  posting a three figure partnership in ODIs. It also provides the 109th occasion of India posting a three figure partnership in ODIs for the first wicket.

S Dhawan-RG Sharma added 103 runs for the  first wicket in this game to provide the 50th occasion  of  India  posting a three figure partnership in ODIs against England. It also provides the 14th occasion of India posting a three figure partnership in ODIs for the first wicket against England

S Dhawan-RG Sharma added 103 runs for the first wicket in this game to provide their 17th century partnership in one day games for the first wicket. They stand second in the list of pairs who have put on most century partnerships for the first wicket in ODIs. SC Ganguly-SR Tendulkar pair have put on most partnerships for the first wicket in ODIs – 21. S Dhawan-RG Sharma pair went past AC Gilchrist-ML Hayden pair which had put on 16 century partnerships for the first wicket on their way to occupy the second place.

The following four pairs have partnered 17 or more three figure partnerships in ODIs. It is interesting to note that out of these four pairs, three pairs are from India.

NoPartnersTFPs
1SC Ganguly, SR Tendulkar (INDIA)26
2TM Dilshan, KC Sangakkara (SL)20
3V Kohli, RG Sharma (INDIA)18
4S Dhawan, RG Sharma (INDIA)17

RR Pant scored 78 in this game to provide the 121st occasion of an Indian wicketkeeper batsman scoring a fifty in a ODI. It also provides the 17th occasion of an Indian wicket keeper batsman scoring a fifty against England.

RR Pant’s 78 in this game represent his highest individual score in ODIs. It was an improvement over his 77 in the second ODI of this series at Pune on 26.03.21.

HH Pandya scored 64 in this game to provide his sixth fifty in ODIs. It also represents his second fifty in ODIs against England. Prior to this he had scored 56 at Kolkata on 22 Jan 2017.

India posted a team total of 329 in this game to provide the 120th occasion of India posting a team total of 300 plus runs in ODIs. It also provides the 18th occasion of India posting a team total of 300 plus runs in ODIs against England.

India posted a total of 329 all out in this game to provide the 50th occasion of a team dismissed all out after posting 300 plus runs in ODIs. It also provides the fifth occasion of a team dismissed all out after posting 300 plus runs in ODIs against England.

India posted a total of 329 all out in this game to provide the tenth occasion of India dismissed all out after posting 300 plus runs in ODIs. It also provides the second occasion of India dismissed all out after posting 300 plus runs in ODIs against England. Prior to this India was dismissed all out for 338 at Bangalore on 27.02.11.

AU Rashid returned with figures of 2 for 81 in this game to provide the 27th occasion of an England bowler conceding 80 plus runs in an innings in an ODI. It also provides the sixth occasion of an England bowler conceding 80 plus runs in an innings in an ODI against India.

AU Rashid returned with figures of 2 for 81 in this game to provide the third occasion of his conceding 80 plus runs in an innings in ODIs. The other two occasions are – 5 for 85 against West Indies at St George’s on 27.02.19 and 1 for 81 against Pakistan at Southampton on 11.05.19

He became the third England bowler to concede 80 plus runs in a ODI on three or more occasions. Others are – JT Ball {04} and JM Anderson {03}

DJ Malan scored 50 in this game to provide the 362nd occasion of a batsman scoring exact 50 runs in an innings in ODIs. It also provides the 43rd occasion of an batsman scoring exact 50 runs in an innings in ODIs against India.

It also provides the 33rd occasion of an England batsman scoring exact 50 runs in an innings in ODIs. It also provides the eighth occasion of an England batsman scoring exact 50 runs in an innings in ODIs against India

England posted a team total of 322 for 9 in this game to provide the 82nd occasion of England posting a team total of 300 plus runs in ODIs. It also provides the 14th occasion of England posting a team total of 300 plus runs in ODIs against India.

India {329-10} and England {329-9} posted 300 plus runs in this game to provide the 146th occasion of both teams posting 300 plus runs in an ODI.

England lost this game after posting 322-9 to provide the 151th occasion of a team losing a game after posting 300 plus runs in the history of ODIs. It also provides the 23rd occasion of England losing a game after posting 300 plus runs and also provides the sixth occasion of England losing a game after posting 300 plus runs against India.

SM Curran batting at number eight scored 95 not out. SM Curran shares the record for the highest score by a batsman batting at number eight in the history of ODIs with his fellow countryman CJ Woakes. CJ Woakes scored 95 not out against Sri Lanka at Nottingham on 21 Jun 2016.

The highest individual score by a batsman batting at number eight against India is credited to LS Klusener of South Africa. LS Klusener has scored 75 not out against India at Nagpur on 19.03.00.

SM Curran {95*}, CJ Woakes {95*} and NM Coulter-Nile {92} are the only three batsmen  who have scored nineties while batting at number eight in one day games.

SM Curran’s 95 not out in this game provide the 61st occasion of an England batsman scoring ninety in one day games. It also provides the 15th occasion of an England batsman scoring ninety in one day games against India.

SM Curran’s 95 not out in this game provide the 90th occasion of a batsman scoring ninety against India in one day games.

SM Curran-AU Rashid posted 57 runs for the eighth wicket and SM Curran-M Wood posted 60 runs for the ninth wicket in this game to provide the seventh occasion of batsmen posting fifty plus runs for  the eighth and ninth wickets in an one day game.

India won this game by seven runs to provide its 224th win by runs margin when it had batted first in ODIs. It also provides its 22nd win by runs margin when it had batted first in ODIs against England.

India won this game by seven runs to provide its 24th win by single digit runs margin when it had batted first in ODIs. It also provides its fourth win by single digit runs margin when it had batted first in ODIs against England.

India won this game by seven runs to provide its 107th win by runs margin when it was inserted by the opposition in ODIs. It also provides its 21st win by single digit runs margin when it was inserted by England in ODIs.

SN Thakur captured four for 67 in this game to provide the 192nd occasion of an Indian bowler capturing four or more wickets in ODIs. It also provides the 18th occasion of an Indian bowler capturing four or more wickets in ODIs against England.

SN Thakur captured four for 67 in this game to provide the 147th occasion of an Indian bowler capturing exact four wickets in ODIs. It also provides the eleventh occasion of an Indian bowler capturing exact four wickets in ODIs against England.

SM Curran was awarded the Man of the Match Award in this game for his 95 not out, though his team England was in a losing side. It provides the 180th occasion of a cricketer awarded Man of the Match despite his team losing the game. SM Curran became the 18th cricketer to be awarded the Man of the Match when Englanf lost the game. All such occasions are tabulated below.

NoPlayerSpanMatMoM
1JH Edrich1971-197431
2IT Botham1976-1992471
3MW Gatting1978-1993371
4DI Gower1979-1991542
5CJ Tavare1980-1984141
6AJ Lamb1983-1992552
7RA Smith1989-1996402
8GA Hick1992-2001591
9JP Crawley1994-199971
10NV Knight1996-2003541
11MW Alleyne1999-200061
12ME Trescothick2000-2006622
13KP Pietersen2005-2013641
14RS Bopara2007-2015551
15IJL Trott2009-2013271
16CR Woakes2011-2020421
17JC Buttler2013-2021581
18SM Curran2018-202141
Second ODI – India vs England at Pune-MCA on 26 Mar 2021

Second ODI – India vs England at Pune-MCA on 26 Mar 2021

England won the toss and elected to field in this game to provide the 209th occasion of England doing so in ODIs. It also provides the 31st occasion of England doing so in ODIs against India. It also provides the 14th occasion of England doing so in ODIs against India in India.

EJG Morgan, the appointed England captain did not take the field due to an injury he suffered during the first ODI. England was led by JC Buttler in this game. JC Buttler became the 19th captain to lead England against India in ODIs. JC Buttler has already led England in six one day games and this game is the seventh game in which he is leading England.

JC Buttler became the second captain wicket keeper to lead England against India in ODIs after AJ Stewart. AJ Stewart had led England in three ODIs against India. He is also the third captain wicket keeper to lead England in ODIs after APE Knott {01} and AJ Stewart {30}. JC Buttler has already led England in six one day games as captain wicketkeeper and this game is the seventh game in which he is leading England as captain wicketkeeper.

England capped LS Livingstone for this game. He became the 256th cricketer to represent England in ODIs. He also became the 27th England cricketer to make his one day debut against India in ODIs and 12th cricketer to make his one day debut against India in India. LS Livingstone became the 99th cricketer to represent England in ODIs in a bilateral series.

V Kohli completed 10000 runs while batting at number three in one day games when he was on 39 during the course of his knock of  in this game. He is the second batsman in the history of ODIs to score 10000 plus runs while batting at number three after RT Ponting. RT Ponting has an aggregate of 12662 while batting at number three.

V Kohli-KL Rahul added 121 runs for the third wicket in this game to provide the 451st occasion of Indian batsmen posting a three figure partnership in ODIs. It also provides the 87th occasion of Indian batsmen posting a three figure partnership in ODIs for the third wicket.

V Kohli-KL Rahul added 121 runs for the third wicket in this game to provide the 48th occasion of Indian batsmen posting a three figure partnership in ODIs against England. It also provides the eighth occasion of Indian batsmen posting a three figure partnership in ODIs for the third wicket against England.

KL Rahul-RR Pant added 113 runs for the fourth wicket in this game to provide the 452nd occasion of Indian batsmen posting a three figure partnership in ODIs. It also provides the 70th occasion of Indian batsmen posting a three figure partnership in ODIs for the fourth wicket.

KL Rahul-RR Pant added 113 runs for the fourth wicket in this game to provide the 49th occasion of Indian batsmen posting a three figure partnership in ODIs against England. It also provides the seventh occasion of Indian batsmen posting a three figure partnership in ODIs for the third wicket against England.

V Kohli scored 66 in this game which represents his 25th half century on home soil. He became the 13th batsman in the annals of ODIs to score 25 or more half centuries ODIs on home soil. He also became the third Indian batsman to score 25 or more half centuries on home soil. Others are – SR Tendulkar {38} and MS Dhoni {25}

V Kohli {66}, KL Rahul {108} and RR Pant {77} scored fifties in this game to provide the 58th occasion of batsmen batting at number three, four and five scoring fifties in an innings in ODIs. It also provides the sixth occasion of batsmen batting at number three, four and five scoring fifties in an innings in ODIs against England.

It also provides the fifth occasion of Indian batsmen batting at number three, four and five scoring fifties in an innings in ODIs. It also provides the second occasion of Indian batsmen batting at number three, four and five scoring fifties in an innings in ODIs against England.

V Kohli’s 66 in this game provide the 264th occasion of an Indian captain scoring a fifty in ODI. It also provides the 37th occasion of an Indian captain scoring a fifty in ODI against England.

V Kohli’s 66 in this game provide the 48th occasion of his scoring a fifty in ODI as captain. He needs two more fifties which would fetch him 50 fifties. He would then become the second Indian captain to score 50 fifties after MS Dhoni. MS Dhoni has scored 53 fifties as captain in ODIs.

RR Pant scored 77 in this  game to provide the 120th  occasion of an  Indian wicketkeeper batsman scoring a fifty in a ODI. It also provides the 16th occasion of an Indian wicket keeper batsman scoring a fifty against England.

RR Pant became the fourth Indian wicket keeper batsman to score a fifty against England. Others are – R Dravid {03}, MS Dhoni{11} and KL Rahul {01}

V Kohli {66} and RR Pant {77} scored fifties in this game to provide the 15th occasion of an Indian captain and wicket keeper batsman scoring fifties in an ODI. It also provides the second such occasion by Indian batsman against England. {Note – Captain wicketkeeper scoring fifty is excluded. Only the occasions of captains and wicket keepers scoring fifties is listed}

NoNoC/WKPlayerRunsIOppGroundStart Date
11CAzharuddin942SrlSharjah06 Nov 98
 2WkNR Mongia512SrlSharjah06 Nov 98
         
21CSC Ganguly781WinNagpur09 Nov 02
 2WkR Dravid511WinNagpur09 Nov 02
         
31CSC Ganguly561UAEDambulla16 Jul 04
 2WkR Dravid1041UAEDambulla16 Jul 04
         
41CR Dravid502PakKarachi19 Feb 06
 2WkMS Dhoni77*2PakKarachi19 Feb 06
         
51CR Dravid921PakA Dhabi19 Apr 06
 2WkMS Dhoni591PakA Dhabi19 Apr 06
         
61CR Dravid632RSAC Town26 Nov 06
 2WkMS Dhoni552RSAC Town26 Nov 06
         
71CR Dravid54*1WinNagpur21 Jan 07
 2WkMS Dhoni62*1WinNagpur21 Jan 07
         
81CR Dravid662SrlMargao14 Feb 07
 2WkMS Dhoni67*2SrlMargao14 Feb 07
         
91CV Kohli1042AusAdelaide15 Jan 20
 2WkMS Dhoni55*2AusAdelaide15 Jan 20
         
101CV Kohli721WinMan’ter27 Jun 20
 2WkMS Dhoni56*1WinMan’ter27 Jun 20
         
111CV Kohli781AusRajkot17 Jan 20
 2WkKL Rahul801AusRajkot17 Jan 20
         
121CV Kohli511NZlHamilton05 Feb 20
 2WkKL Rahul88*1NZlHamilton05 Feb 20
         
131CV Kohli892AusSydney29 Nov 20
 2WkKL Rahul762AusSydney29 Nov 20
         
141CV Kohli561EngPune23 Mar 21
 2WkKL Rahul62*1EngPune23 Mar 21
         
151CV Kohli661EngPune26 Mar 21
 2WkRR Pant771EngPune26 Mar 21

KL Rahul scored 108 in this game to provide the 295th occasion of Indian batsman scoring a century in ODIs. It also provides the 23rd occasion of Indian batsman scoring a century against England in ODIs.

It also represents his fifth century in one day games. All his centuries are tabulated below.

NoRunsIOppGroundStart Date
1100*2ZimHarare11 Jun 2016
21112SrlLeeds06 Jul 2019
31021WinVizag18 Dec 2019
41121NZlMt Maunganui11 Feb 2020
51081EngPune26 Mar 2021

TK Curran returned with figures of 2 for 83 in this game to provide the 26th occasion of an England bowler conceding 80 plus runs in an innings in an ODI. It also provides the fifth occasion of an England bowler conceding 80 plus runs in an innings in an ODI against India.

India posted a team total of 336 for 6 in this game to provide the 119th occasion of India posting a team total of 300 plus runs in ODIs. It also provides the 17th occasion of India posting a team total of 300 plus runs in ODIs against England.

England posted a team total of 337 for 4 in this game to provide the 81st occasion of England posting a team total of 300 plus runs in ODIs. It also provides the 13th occasion of England posting a team total of 300 plus runs in ODIs against India.

India {336 for 6} and England {337 for 4} posted 300 plus runs in this game to provide the 145th occasion of both teams posting 300 plus runs in an ODI.

India lost this game after posting 336 for 6 to provide the 150th occasion of a team losing a game after posting 300 plus runs in the history of ODIs. It also provides the 26th occasion of India losing a game  after posting 300 plus runs and also provides the fifth occasion of India losing a game after posting 300 plus runs against England.

JM Bairsow {124} and BA Stokes {99} scored a century and a ninety in England’s innings to  provide the 90th  occasion of  a batsman scoring a century and a ninety in the same innings in the history of one day internationals. It also provides the tenth occasion of England batsmen performing such a feat in ODIs.

It also provides the 13th occasion of batsmen performing such a feat in ODIs against India and the first such occasion by England batsmen against India.

JJ Roy (55}, {JM Bairsow {124} and BA Stokes {99} scored fifties in England’s innings to  provide the 102nd occasion of first three batsmen scoring fifties in an innings in the history of one day internationals. It also provides the ninth occasion of batsmen performing such a feat in ODIs against India.

It also provides the seventh occasion of England batsmen performing such a feat in ODIs. It also provides the first occasion of batsmen performing such a feat in ODIs against India.

JJ Roy (55} and {JM Bairsow {124} scored fifties in England’s innings to provide the 102nd occasion of both the England openers scoring fifties in an innings in a ODI. It also provides the fifth occasion of England opening batsmen performing such a feat in ODIs against India.

JJ Roy (55} and {JM Bairsow {124} scored fifties in England’s innings to provide the 25th occasion of one of the England openers scoring a half century and another a century in an innings which includes two  occasions of both the openers scoring  centuries in the history of one day internationals. All such occasions are tabulated below

NoTeamIOppGroundCHCStart Date
1Eng2RSAThe Oval2028 Jun 2003
2Eng2SrlBirmingham2024 Jun 2016
3Eng1AusThe Oval1106 Jun 1977
4Eng1AusBirmingham1122 Aug 1980
5Eng2NZlManchester1118 Jul 1986
6Eng1AusLord’s1129 May 1989
7Eng2AusHyd-RGS1119 Oct 1989
8Eng1WinBridgetown1129 Mar 1998
9Eng1AusSydney1113 Dec 2002
10Eng2ZimBulawayo1104 Dec 2004
11Eng2BanThe Oval1116 Jun 2005
12Eng1BanNottingham1121 Jun 2005
13Eng2PakDub-DSC1118 Feb 2012
14Eng2WinThe Oval1119 Jun 2012
15Eng1ScoChristchurch1123 Feb 2015
16Eng1PakAbu Dhabi1113 Nov 2015
17Eng2WinSouthampton1129 Sep 2017
18Eng2NZlChristchurch1110 Mar 2018
19Eng1AusNottingham1119 Jun 2018
20Eng2AusCh-le-St1121 Jun 2018
21Eng2PakBristol1114 May 2019
22Eng1BanCardiff1108 Jun 2019
23Eng1IndBirmingham1130 Jun 2019
24Eng1NZlCh-le-St1103 Jul 2019
25Eng2IndPune1126 Mar 2021

It also provides the second occasion of England opening batsmen scoring a half century and another a century in an innings in ODIs against India.

NoTeamIOppGroundCHCStart Date
1Eng1IndBirmingham1130 Jun 2019
2Eng2IndPune1126 Mar 2021

JJ Roy-JM Bairstow added 110 runs for the first wicket in England’s innings to provide the 264th occasion of England batsmen posting a three figure partnership in ODIs. It also provides the 75th occasion of England batsmen posting a three figure partnership for the first wicket in ODIs

JJ Roy-JM Bairstow added 110 runs for the first wicket in England’s innings to provide the 35th occasion of England batsmen posting a three figure partnership in ODIs against India. It also provides the eighth occasion of England batsmen posting a three figure partnership for the first wicket in ODIs against India

JM Bairstow-BA Stokes added 175 runs for the second wicket in England’s innings to provide the 265th occasion of England batsmen posting a three figure partnership in ODIs. It also provides the 54th occasion of England batsmen posting a three figure partnership for the second wicket in ODIs

JM Bairstow-BA Stokes added 175 runs for the second wicket in England’s innings to provide the 36th occasion of England batsmen posting a three figure partnership in ODIs against India. It also provides the ninth occasion of England batsmen posting a three figure partnership for the second wicket in ODIs against India

JJ Roy-JM Bairstow added 110 runs for the first wicket JM Bairstow-BA Stokes added 175 runs for the second wicket in England’s innings to provide the 42nd occasion of batsmen posting a three figure partnerships for consecutive first and second wicket in ODIs. It also provides the eighth such occasion of batsmen posting a three figure partnerships for the consecutive first and second wicket in ODIs against India

JJ Roy-JM Bairstow added 110 runs for the first wicket JM Bairstow-BA Stokes added 175 runs for the second wicket in England’s innings to provide the fifth occasion of England batsmen posting a three figure partnerships for consecutive first and second wicket in ODIs. It also provides the first such occasion of England batsmen posting a three figure partnerships for the consecutive first and second wicket in ODIs against India

This game witnessed four three figure partnerships – two each in India’s and England’s innings – to provide the second occasion of an ODI game witnessing four three figure partnerships. The first such occasion was witnessed in the one day game between India and Sri Lanka at Rajkot on 15.12.09

This game witnessed six fifties – three each in India’s and England’s innings – to provide the 72nd occasion of an ODI game witnessing six fifties.

JM Bairstow scored 124 in this game to provide the 182nd occasion of an England batsman scoring a century in ODIs. It also provides the 24th occasion of an England batsman scoring a century in ODIs against India.

JM Bairstow scored 124 in this game to provide the 92nd occasion of an England opening batsman scoring a century in ODIs. It also provides the 13th occasion of an England opening batsman scoring a century in ODIs against India.

JM Bairstow’s 124 in this game represent his eleventh century as an opening batsman for England in ODIs. He occupies the second place in the list of England opening batsmen who have scored most centuries. The first place is occupied by ME Trescothick who has scored 12 centuries while opening the innings for England in ODIs. ME Trescothick {12} and JM Bairstow {11} are the two England opening batsmen who have scored ten or more centuries in  ODIs

JC Buttler scored a duck in this game to provide the 59th occasion of an England captain scoring a duck in ODI. It also provides the seventh occasion of an England captain scoring a duck in ODI against India

JC Buttler scored a duck in this game to provide the 57th occasion of an England wicket keeper batsman scoring a duck in ODI. It also provides the tenth occasion of an England wicket keeper batsman scoring a duck in ODI against India

JC Buttler’s duck in this game provides his 12th duck as England’s wicket keeper batsman. He holds the record for most ducks by an England wicket keeper in ODIs. AJ Stewart has scored ten ducks as England’s wicket keeper.

JC Buttler became the ninth wicket keeper batsman to score 12 or more ducks as a wicket keeper batsman in the history of one day internationals.

Kuldeep Yadav returned with figures of none for 84 in this game to provide the 30th occasion of an Indian bowler conceding 80 plus runs in an innings in one day games. It also provides the fifth occasion of an Indian bowler conceding 80 plus runs in an innings in one day games against England

Kuldeep Yadav returned with figures of none for 84 in this game to provide the twelfth occasion of an Indian bowler conceding 80 plus runs in an innings without capturing a wicket in one day games. It also provides the fourth occasion of an Indian bowler conceding 80 plus runs in an innings without capturing a wicket in one day games against England

England won this game by six wickets to provide its 211th win by wickets margin in ODIs. It also provides England’s 23rd win by runs margin against India.

KL Rahul’s 108 in this game was in a losing cause to provide the 75th occasion of a Indian batsman’s century going in vain in a ODI. It also provides the  sixth occasion of a Indian batsman’s century going in vain in a ODI against England.

BA Stoke’s 99 in this game provide the 60th occasion of an England batsman scoring ninety in one day games. It also provides the 14th occasion of an England batsman scoring ninety in one day games against India.

BA Stoke’s 99 in this game provide the 49th occasion of an batsman scoring ninety nine in one day games. It also provides the third occasion of an England batsman scoring ninetynine in one day games against India.

BA Stoke’s 99 in this game provide the 34th occasion of an batsman dismissed for ninety nine in one day games. It also provides the fifth occasion of an batsman dismissed for ninety nine in one day games against India.

BA Stoke’s 99 in this game provide the seventh occasion of an batsman dismissed for ninety nine in one day games. It also provides the third occasion of an England batsman dismissed for ninety in one day games against India.

Indian batsmen scoring a fifty on debut in one day internationals

Indian batsmen scoring a fifty on debut in one day internationals

KH Pandya scored 58 not out in this game to provide the 133rd occasion of a batsman scoring a fifty on debut in ODIs. It also provides the 12th occasion of a batsman scoring a fifty on debut against England in ODIs.

KH Pandya scored 58 not out in this game to provide the 15th occasion of a batsman scoring a fifty on debut in ODIs.

NoPlayerRunsIOppGroundDate
1AL Wadekar671EngLeeds13 Jul 74
2BP Patel821EngLeeds13 Jul 74
3SM Patil641AusMelbourne06 Dec 80
4R Lamba642AusJaipur07 Sep 86
5NS Sidhu732AusChennai09 Oct 87
6PK Amre552RSAKolkata10 Nov 91
7SS Karim552RSAB’fontein23 Jan 97
8AR Khurasiya571SrlPune30 Mar 99
9RV Uthappa862EngIndore15 Apr 06
10RA Jadeja60*2SrlCol-RPs08 Feb 09
11AT Rayudu63*2ZimHarare24 Jul 13
12MK Pandey711ZimHarare14 Jul 15
13KL Rahul100*2ZimHarare11 Jun 16
14FY Fazal55*2ZimHarare15 Jun 16
15KH Pandya58*1EngPune23 Mar 21

It also provides the fourth occasion of a Indian batsman scoring a fifty on debut against England in ODIs.

NoPlayerRunsIOppGroundDate
1AL Wadekar671EngLeeds13 Jul 74
2BP Patel821EngLeeds13 Jul 74
3RV Uthappa862EngIndore15 Apr 06
4KH Pandya58*1EngPune23 Mar 21

KH Pandya’s 50 came in 26 balls {58* in 31 balls} to provide the fastest fifty on debut. The previous record for the fastest 50 on debut in ODIs was held by JE Morris of England. He has scored 50 in 35 balls against New Zealand at Adelaide on 01.12.90. He had made 63 in 45 balls in this game.

First ODI – India Vs England at Pune-MCA on 23.03.21

First ODI – India Vs England at Pune-MCA on 23.03.21

England won the toss and elected to field in this game to provide the 8th occasion of England doing so in ODIs. It also provides the 30th occasion of England doing so in ODIs against India. It also provides the 13 occasion of England doing so in ODIs against India in India.

India capped Prasidh Krishna and Krunal Pandya for this game. They became the 233rd and 234th cricketers to represent India in one day games. They also became the 42nd and 43rd Indian cricketers to make his one day debut against England.

S Dhawan-RG Sharma opened the innings for India in this  game to provide the 108th occasion of this pair opening the  innings for India in ODIs. It also provides the sixth occasion of this opening the innings for India in ODIs  against England.

India capped Prasidh Krishna and Krunal Pandya for this game. It provides the  39th occasion of India capping two or more cricketers in a one day game. It also provides the fifth occasion of India doing so against England in one day game. The last such occasion was at Bangalore on .01.85, when India  capped Mohd Azharuddin and S Viswanath.

RG Sharma-S Dhawan posted 64 runs for the first wicket in this game to provide the 31st occasion of the pair posting a fifty plus runs partnership in one day games. Now this pair stands second in the list of Indian openers posting most fifty plus runs partnership in ODIs. The first place is  occupied by SC Ganguly-SR Tendulkar who have 44 fifty plus  runs partnerships for the first wicket in ODIs. RG Sharma-S Dhawan pair went past V Sehwag-SR Tendulkar pair on their way to second place. V Sehwag-SR Tendulkar pair have added 30 fifty plus runs partnerships in ODIs for the first wicket.

RG Sharma-S Dhawan posted 64 runs for the first wicket in this game to provide the 15th occasion of the pair posting a half century partnership in one day games. They became the third pair of Indian openers to post 15 plus half century partnership for the first wicket in ODIs. Other pairs are – SC Ganguly-SR Tendulkar {23} and V Sehwag-SR Tendulkar {18}

RG Sharma-S Dhawan posted 64 runs for the first wicket in this game to provide the second occasion of the pair posting a fifty plus runs partnerships which are also half century partnership in one day games. The first occasion was the 59 runs partnership at Nottingham on 12.07.18.

RG Sharma-S Dhawan posted 64 runs for the first wicket in this game to provide the second occasion of the pair posting fifty plus runs partnerships which are also half century partnership in one day games on home soil

S Dhawan-V Kohli added 105 runs for the second wicket in this game to provide the 449th occasion of  India posting a three figure partnership in one day games. It also provides the 106th occasion of India posting a three figure partnership for the second wicket in one day games.

hawan-V Kohli added 105 runs for the second wicket in this game to provide the 46th occasion of India posting a three figure partnership in one day games against England. It also provides the seventh occasion of India posting a three figure partnership for the second wicket in one day games against England.

S Dhawan was dismissed for 98 in this game to provide the 101st occasion of an Indian batsman scoring ninety in one day games. It also provides the 14th occasion of an Indian batsman scoring ninety in one day games against England.

S Dhawan was dismissed for 98 in this game to provide the second occasion of his scoring a ninety in one day game against England. The other occasion was his 97 not out at Birmingham on 02.09.14. He became the second Indian batsman to score ninety on two or more occasions against England in ODIs after SR Tendulkar. SR Tendulkar has scored ninety on three occasions against England.

NoPlayerRunsIOppGroundStart Date
1S Dhawan97*2EngBirmingham02 Sep 14
2S Dhawan981EngPune23 Mar 21
       
1Tendulkar912EngSharjah11 Dec 97
2Tendulkar991EngBristol24 Aug 07
3Tendulkar942EngThe Oval05 Sep 07

S Dhawan was dismissed for 98 in this game to provide the 58th occasion of an Indian opening batsman dismissed in nineties in one day games. It also provides the tenth occasion of an Indian opening batsman dismissed in nineties in one day games against England.

S Dhawan was dismissed for 98 in this game to provide the second occasion of his scoring a ninety while opening the innings in one day game against England. The other occasion was his 97 not out at Birmingham on 02.09.14. He became the second Indian batsman to score ninety on two occasions against England in ODIs after SR Tendulkar. SR Tendulkar has scored ninety on three occasions against England.

NoPlayerRunsIOppGroundStart Date
1S Dhawan97*2EngBirmingham02 Sep 14
2S Dhawan981EngPune23 Mar 21
       
1Tendulkar991EngBristol24 Aug 07
2Tendulkar942EngThe Oval05 Sep 07

S Dhawan’s 98 in this game provide the sixth occasion of his scoring ninety as an opening batsman. He became the fourth Indian opening batsman to score six or more nineties in one day games. Others are – SR Tendulkar {17}, SC Ganguly {06} and V Sehwag {06}

S Dhawan’s 98 in this game provide the sixth occasion of his scoring ninety in ODIs. He became the seventh Indian batsman to score six or more nineties in one day games. Others are – SR Tendulkar {18}, M Azharuddin {07}, SC Ganguly {06}, V Sehwag {06}, MS Dhoni {06} and V Kohli {06}

V Kohli’s 64 in this game represent his 47th fifty as captain in ODIs – {21C+26HC}. It also represents his sixth fifty as captain against England in ODIs. Other Indian captains to score six or more fifties against England are – MS Dhoni {08} and M Azharuddin {06}.

KH Pandya scored 58 not out in this game to provide the 133rd occasion of a batsman scoring a fifty in ODIs on debut. It also provides the 12th occasion of a batsman scoring a fifty against England in ODIs on debut

KH Pandya scored 58 not out in this game to provide the 15th occasion of a batsman scoring a fifty on ODI debut in ODIs.

NoPlayerRunsIOppGroundStart Date
1AL Wadekar671EngLeeds13 Jul 74
2BP Patel821EngLeeds13 Jul 74
3SM Patil641AusMelbourne06 Dec 80
4R Lamba642AusJaipur07 Sep 86
5NS Sidhu732AusChennai09 Oct 87
6PK Amre552RSAKolkata10 Nov 91
7SS Karim552RSAB’fontein23 Jan 97
8AR Khurasiya571SrlPune30 Mar 99
9RV Uthappa862EngIndore15 Apr 06
10RA Jadeja60*2SrlCol-RPs08 Feb 09
11AT Rayudu63*2ZimHarare24 Jul 13
12MK Pandey711ZimHarare14 Jul 15
13KL Rahul100*2ZimHarare11 Jun 16
14FY Fazal55*2ZimHarare15 Jun 16
15KH Pandya58*1EngPune23 Mar 21

It also provides the fourth occasion of a Indian batsman scoring a fifty on debut against England in ODIs.

NoPlayerRunsIOppGroundStart Date
1AL Wadekar671EngLeeds13 Jul 74
2BP Patel821EngLeeds13 Jul 74
3RV Uthappa862EngIndore15 Apr 06
4KH Pandya58*1EngPune23 Mar 21

KH Pandya’s 50 came in 26 balls {58* in 31 balls} to provide the fastest fifty on debut. The previous record for the fastest 50 on debut in ODIs was held by JE Morris of England. He has scored 50 in 35 balls against New Zealand at Adelaide on 01.12.90. He had made 63 in 45 balls in this game.

Indian innings contained four fifties – S Dhawan {98}, V Kohli {64}, KL Rahul {62*} and KH Pandya {52*} – to provide the 71st occasion of four or more batsman scoring fifties in an innings in ODIs. It also provides the ninth occasion of four batsman scoring fifties in an innings in ODIs against England

Indian innings contained four fifties – S Dhawan {98}, V Kohli {64}, KL Rahul {62*} and KH Pandya {52*} – to provide the tenth occasion of four Indian batsman scoring fifties in an innings in ODIs. It also provides the fourth occasion of four batsman scoring fifties in an innings in ODIs against England

India posted a total of 317 for 5 in this game to provide the 118th occasion of India posting a team total of 300 plus runs in an innings in ODIs. It also provides the 16th occasion of India posting a team total of 300 plus runs in an innings in ODIs against England.

KL Rahul-KH Pandya posted 112 runs in an unfinished partnership for the sixth wicket to provide the 450th occasion of India posting a three figure partnership in ODIs. It also provides the 26th occasion of India posting a three figure partnership for the sixth wicket in ODIs.

India became the first team in the annals of one day game to post 450 three figure partnerships.

It also provides the 47th occasion of India posting a three figure partnership against England in ODIs. It also provides the seventh occasion of India posting a three figure partnership for the sixth wicket in ODIs against England

India fielded two brothers – HH Pandya and KH Pandya – in this game. They became the third pair of brothers to represent India in ODIs. Others are – Mohinder and Surinder Amarnath and Irfan and Yousuf Pathan. England also fielded two brothers – TK and SM Curran – in this game.

Perhaps this is the first ODI game in which rival teams fielded pairs of brothers.

Indian innings contained two three figure partnerships – 105 runs for the second wicket between S Dhawan-V Kohli and 112 runs unfinished partnership for the sixth wicket between KL Rahul-KH Pandya to provide the 44th occasion of Indian batsmen posting two three figure partnerships in an innings in ODIs. It also provides the fifth occasion of Indian batsmen posting two three figure partnerships in an innings in ODIs against England.

KL Rahul scored 62 not out in this game to provide the 1th occasion of an Indian wicket keeper batsman scoring a fifty in ODIs. It also provides the 15th occasion of an Indian wicket keeper batsman scoring a fifty in ODIs against England.

KL Rahul became the third Indian wicket keeper batsman to score a fifty against England. Others are – R Dravid {03} and MS Dhoni {11}

MA Wood returned with figures of 2 for 75 in this game to provide the 44th occasion of an England bowler conceding 75 plus runs in an innings in ODIs. It also provides the eleventh occasion of an England bowler conceding 75 plus runs in an innings in ODIs against India.

S Dhawan for India {98} and JM Bairstow for England {94} scored nineties in this game to provide the second occasion of rival openers scoring nineties in the same game in ODIs. The first such occasion was in the game between India  and Australia at Mohali on 10.03.. RG Sharma scored 95 for India while UT Khawaja scored 91 for Australia.

S Dhawan for India {98} and JM Bairstow for England {94} scored nineties in this game to provide the  29th occasion of rival batsmen scoring nineties in the same game in ODIs. All such occasions are tabulated below

NoNoPlayerRunsITeamOppGroundDate
11MD Crowe93*1NZlEngManchester18 Jul 86
 2GA Gooch912EngNZlManchester18 Jul 86
         
21GA Gooch921EngWinJaipur26 Oct 87
 2RB Richardson932WinEngJaipur26 Oct 87
         
31DM Jones901AusIndBrisbane01 Mar 92
 2M Azharuddin932IndAusBrisbane01 Mar 92
         
41ME Waugh921AusWinPerth12 Jan 97
 2BC Lara902WinAusPerth12 Jan 97
         
51L Klusener921RSAAusBloemfontein13 Apr 97
 2Waugh912AusRSABloemfontein13 Apr 97
         
61SC Ganguly971IndRSAHove15 May 99
 2JH Kallis962RSAIndHove15 May 99
         
71AB Agarkar951IndWinJamshedpur06 Nov 02
 2WW Hinds932WinIndJamshedpur06 Nov 02
         
81AC Gilchrist991AusSrlCenturion07 Mar 03
 2PA de Silva922SrlAusCenturion07 Mar 03
         
91JH Kallis95*1RSAWinCenturion01 Feb 04
 2S Chanderpaul922WinRSACenturion01 Feb 04
         
101RR Sarwan98*1WinIndKingston20 May 06
 2Yuvraj Singh932IndWinKingston20 May 06
         
111RS Morton90*1WinAusMum-BS18 Oct 06
 2AC Gilchrist922AusWinMum-BS18 Oct 06
         
121L Vincent901NZlAusMelbourne04 Feb 07
 2BJ Hodge99*2AusNZlMelbourne04 Feb 07
         
131RT Ponting911AusRSABasseterre24 Mar 07
 2MJ Clarke921AusRSABasseterre24 Mar 07
 3AB de Villiers922RSAAusBasseterre24 Mar 07
         
141Tendulkar991IndRSABelfast26 Jun 07
 2JH Kallis91*2RSAIndBelfast26 Jun 07
         
151Mohd Yousuf99*1PakIndGwalior15 Nov 07
 2Tendulkar972IndPakGwalior15 Nov 07
         
161DF Watts981ScoIreAmstelveen10 Jul 10
 2KJ O’Brien98*2IreScoAmstelveen10 Jul 10
         
171MJ Clarke931AusKenBengaluru13 Mar 11
 2CO Obuya98*2KenAusBengaluru13 Mar 11
         
181IJL Trott98*1EngIndMohali20 Oct 11
 2AM Rahane912IndEngMohali20 Oct 11
         
191JP Duminy971RSASrlPallekele28 Jul 13
 2Sangakkara912SrlRSAPallekele28 Jul 13
         
201GJ Bailey92*1AusIndJaipur16 Oct 13
 2S Dhawan952IndAusJaipur16 Oct 13
         
211A Balbirnie971IreZimHobart07 Mar 15
 2SC Williams962ZimIreHobart07 Mar 15
         
221H Thirimanne901SrlPakCol-RPS22 Jul 15
 2A Shehzad952PakSrlCol-RPS22 Jul 15
         
231CJ Chibhaba901ZimPakHarare03 Oct 15
 2Shoaib Malik96*1PakZimHarare03 Oct 15
         
241UT Khawaja981AusWinBasseterre13 Jun 16
 2MN Samuels922WinAusBasseterre13 Jun 16
         
251RD Berrington901ScoUAEICCA Dubai23 Jan 18
 2Ashfaq Ahmed922UAEScoICCA Dubai23 Jan 18
         
261RG Sharma951IndAusMohali10 Mar 20
 2UT Khawaja912AusIndMohali10 Mar 20
         
271SH Hope961WinBanTaunton17 Jun 20
 2Liton Das94*2BanWinTaunton17 Jun 20
         
281S Dhawan961IndAusRajkot17 Jan 20
 2SPD Smith982AusIndRajkot17 Jan 20
         
291S Dhawan981IndEngPune23 Mar 21
 2JM Bairstow942EngIndPune23 Mar 21

JM Bairstow scored 94 in this game to provide the 20th occasion of an England opening batsman scoring a ninety in ODIs. It also provides the third occasion of an England opening batsman scoring a ninety in ODIs against India.

JM Bairstow scored 94 in this game to provide the 59th occasion of an England batsman scoring a ninety in ODIs. It also provides the 13th occasion of an England batsman scoring a ninety in ODIs against India.

JJ Roy-JM Bairstow added 135 runs for the first wicket in this game to provide the 263rd occasion of England batsmen posting a three figure partnership in ODIs. It also provides the 74th occasion of England batsmen posting a three figure partnership for the first wicket in ODIs.

JJ Roy-JM Bairstow added 135 runs for the first wicket in this game to provide the 34th occasion of England batsmen posting a three figure partnership in ODIs against India It also provides the seventh occasion of England batsmen posting a three figure partnership for the first wicket in ODIs against India.

M Prasidh Krishna captured four for 54 in this game to provide the 55th occasion of a bowler capturing four or more wickets on ODI debut. He also became the first Indian bowler to capture four wickets on ODI debut. The previous best figure by an Indian bowler on debut was credited to NA David. NA David had captured 3 for 21 against West Indies at Port of Spain on 27.04.97. There are 16 occasions of an Indian bowler capturing exact three wickets on debut prior to Prasidh Krishna’s four for 54 in this game.

India won this game by 66 runs to provide the 515th occasion of India winning a ODI game. It also provides the 54th occasion of India winning a game against England.

India won this game by 66 runs to provide the 224th occasion of India winning a ODI game by runs margin. It also provides the 21st occasion of India winning a game against England by runs margin

It also provides the tenth occasion of India winning a game against England by 50 plus runs margin. All such occasions are tabulated below

NoTeamMarginOppGroundStart Date
1Ind158 runsEngRajkot14 Nov 2008
2Ind133 runsEngCardiff27 Aug 2014
3Ind127 runsEngKochi15 Jan 2013
4Ind126 runsEngHyd-RGS14 Oct 2011
5Ind095 runsEngKolkata25 Oct 2011
6Ind086 runsEngSydney26 Feb 1985
7Ind082 runsEngDurban26 Feb 2003
8Ind066 runsEngPune23 Mar 2021
9Ind063 runsEngBirmingham29 May 1999
10Ind054 runsEngIndore17 Nov 2008