Category: One day Internationals

Approaching milestones ahead of India-West Indies one day series and one day games played at Chepauk

V Kohli has an aggregate of 11529 one day runs prior to the start of the series and occupies the eighth place in the list of batsmen who have scored most runs in one-day games. He needs 60 more runs to overhaul JH Kallis’ aggregate of 11579 runs to occupy the seventh place.

No Player Team Mat Inns NO Runs HS Ave C HC 0
1 SR Tendulkar Ind 463 452 41 18426 200* 44.83 49 96 20
2 KC Sangakkara Srl 404 380 41 14234 169 41.98 25 93 15
3 RT Ponting Aus 375 365 39 13704 164 42.03 30 82 20
4 ST Jayasuriya Srl 445 433 18 13430 189 32.36 28 68 34
5 DPMD Jayawardene Srl 448 418 39 12650 144 33.37 19 77 28
6 Inzamam-ul-Haq Pak 378 350 53 11739 137* 39.52 10 83 20
7 JH Kallis RSA 328 314 53 11579 139 44.36 17 86 17
8 V Kohli Ind 239 230 39 11520 183 60.31 43 54 12

V Kohli has scored 97 fifties in one day games and needs three more fifties for his 100 fifties. If he gets them, then he would become the fifth batsman in the annals of one day games to score 100 plus fifties

No Player Team Mat Inns NO Runs HS Ave C HC 50+
1 SR Tendulkar Ind 463 452 41 18426 200* 44.83 49 96 145
2 KC Sangakkara Srl 404 380 41 14234 169 41.98 25 93 116
3 RT Ponting Aus 375 365 39 13704 164 42.03 30 82 112
4 JH Kallis RSA 328 314 53 11579 139 44.36 17 86 103
5 V Kohli Ind 239 230 39 11520 183 60.31 43 54 097

V Kohli has scored 97 fifties in one day games and needs three more fifties for his 100 fifties. If he gets them, then he would become the second Indian batsman in the annals of one day games to score 100 plus fifties after SR Tendulkar. SR Tendulkar has scored 145 fifties

No Player Team Mat Inns NO Runs HS Ave C HC 50+
1 SR Tendulkar Ind 463 452 41 18426 200* 44.83 49 96 145
2 V Kohli Ind 239 230 39 11520 183 60.31 43 54 097

V Kohli has scored 4800 runs in one day games as captain prior to the start of the series. He needs 200 more runs for his 5000 runs. If he scores, he would then become the eighth captain in the history of one day games to score 5000 plus runs

No Player Team Mat Inns NO Runs HS Ave C HC 0
1 RT Ponting Aus 230 220 22 8497 164 42.91 22 51 09
2 MS Dhoni Ind 200 172 48 6641 139* 53.55 06 47 03
3 SP Fleming NZl 218 208 16 6295 134* 32.78 07 38 14
4 A Ranatunga Srl 193 183 34 5608 131* 37.63 04 37 14
5 GC Smith RSA 150 148 09 5416 141 38.96 08 37 08
6 M Azharuddin Ind 174 162 29 5239 153* 39.39 04 37 06
7 SC Ganguly Ind 147 143 11 5104 144 38.66 11 30 09
8 V Kohli Ind 080 076 16 4800 160* 80.00 21 19 02

V Kohli has scored 4800 runs in one day games as captain prior to the start of the series. He needs 200 more runs for his 5000 runs. If he scores, he would then become the fourth Indian captain in the history of one day games to score 5000 plus runs

No Player Team Mat Inns NO Runs HS Ave C HC 0
1 MS Dhoni Ind 200 172 48 6641 139* 53.55 06 47 03
2 M Azharuddin Ind 174 162 29 5239 153* 39.39 04 37 06
3 SC Ganguly Ind 147 143 11 5104 144 38.66 11 30 09
4 V Kohli Ind 080 076 16 4800 160* 80.00 21 19 02

V Kohli has scored 21 centuries in one day games as captain prior to the start of the series. He needs one more century to share the record for most centuries by a captain in one day games with RT Ponting. RT Ponting has scored 22 centuries. Two more centuries for V Kohli would make him to own the most centuries by a captain in one day games

No Player Team Mat Inns NO Runs HS Ave C HC 0
1 RT Ponting Aus 230 220 22 8497 164 42.91 22 51 09
2 V Kohli Ind 080 076 16 4800 160* 80.00 21 19 02

V Kohli has scored 40 fifties as captain in one day games. He needs one more fifty to become the eighth captain to score 41fifties in one day games.

No Player Team Mat Inns NO Runs HS Ave C HC 50+
1 RT Ponting Aus 230 220 22 8497 164 42.91 22 51 73
2 MS Dhoni Ind 200 172 48 6641 139* 53.55 06 47 53
3 SP Fleming NZl 218 208 16 6295 134* 32.78 07 38 45
4 GC Smith RSA 150 148 09 5416 141 38.96 08 37 45
5 A Ranatunga Srl 193 183 34 5608 131* 37.63 04 37 41
6 M Azharuddin Ind 174 162 29 5239 153* 39.39 04 37` 41
7 SC Ganguly Ind 147 143 11 5104 144 38.66 11 30 41
8 V Kohli Ind 080 076 16 4800 160* 80.00 21 19 40

V Kohli has scored 40 fifties as captain in one day games. He needs one more fifty to become the eighth captain to score 41fifties in one day games.

No Player Team Mat Inns NO Runs HS Ave C HC 50+
1 RT Ponting Aus 230 220 22 8497 164 42.91 22 51 73
2 MS Dhoni Ind 200 172 48 6641 139* 53.55 06 47 53
3 SP Fleming NZl 218 208 16 6295 134* 32.78 07 38 45
4 GC Smith RSA 150 148 09 5416 141 38.96 08 37 45
5 A Ranatunga Srl 193 183 34 5608 131* 37.63 04 37 41
6 M Azharuddin Ind 174 162 29 5239 153* 39.39 04 37` 41
7 SC Ganguly Ind 147 143 11 5104 144 38.66 11 30 41
8 V Kohli Ind 080 076 16 4800 160* 80.00 21 19 40

V Kohli has scored 40 fifties as captain in one day games. He needs one more fifty to become the eighth captain to score 41fifties in one day games.

No Player Team Mat Inns NO Runs HS Ave C HC 50+
1 RT Ponting Aus 230 220 22 8497 164 42.91 22 51 73
2 MS Dhoni Ind 200 172 48 6641 139* 53.55 06 47 53
3 SP Fleming NZl 218 208 16 6295 134* 32.78 07 38 45
4 GC Smith RSA 150 148 09 5416 141 38.96 08 37 45
5 A Ranatunga Srl 193 183 34 5608 131* 37.63 04 37 41
6 M Azharuddin Ind 174 162 29 5239 153* 39.39 04 37` 41
7 SC Ganguly Ind 147 143 11 5104 144 38.66 11 30 41
8 V Kohli Ind 080 076 16 4800 160* 80.00 21 19 40

V Kohli has scored 40 fifties as captain in one day games. He needs one more fifty to become the fourth Indian captain to score 41 fifties in one day games.

No Player Team Mat Inns NO Runs HS Ave C HC 50+
1 MS Dhoni Ind 200 172 48 6641 139* 53.55 06 47 53
2 M Azharuddin Ind 174 162 29 5239 153* 39.39 04 37` 41
3 SC Ganguly Ind 147 143 11 5104 144 38.66 11 30 41
3 V Kohli Ind 080 076 16 4800 160* 80.00 21 19 40

V Kohli has scored 40 fifties as captain in one day games. He needs two more fifties to become the fifth captain to score 42 fifties in one day games.

No Player Team Mat Inns NO Runs HS Ave C HC 50+
1 RT Ponting Aus 230 220 22 8497 164 42.91 22 51 73
2 MS Dhoni Ind 200 172 48 6641 139* 53.55 06 47 53
3 SP Fleming NZl 218 208 16 6295 134* 32.78 07 38 45
4 GC Smith RSA 150 148 09 5416 141 38.96 08 37 45
5 V Kohli Ind 080 076 16 4800 160* 80.00 21 19 40

V Kohli has scored 40 fifties as captain in one day games. He needs two more fifties to become the second Indian captain to score 42 fifties in one day games.

No Player Team Mat Inns NO Runs HS Ave C HC 50+
1 MS Dhoni Ind 200 172 48 6641 139* 53.55 06 47 53
2 V Kohli Ind 080 076 16 4800 160* 80.00 21 19 40

V Kohli has scored 19 one day centuries at home prior to the start of the series. He needs one more century to share the record of most centuries on home soil in the annals of one day games with SR Tendulkar. SR Tendulkar has scored 20 centuries on home soil.

V Kohli has scored 19 one day centuries at home prior to the start of the series. He needs two more centuries to own the record of most centuries on home soil in the annals of one day games surpassing SR Tendulkar. SR Tendulkar has scored 20 centuries on home soil.

V Kohli has scored 4593 runs on home soil prior to the start of the series. He needs 407 runs for his 5000 runs. If he gets them, then he would become the fourth batsman in the history of one day games, to score 5000 plus runs on home soil. Others are – SR Tendulkar {6976}, RT Ponting {5406} and JH Kallis {5178}

V Kohli has scored nine one day centuries at home as captain prior to the start of the series. He needs one more century to share the record of most centuries on home soil in the annals of one day games with RT Ponting. RT Ponting has scored ten centuries on home soil as captain.

V Kohli has scored nine one day centuries as captain at home prior to the start of the series. He needs two more centuries to own the record of most centuries on home soil in the annals of one day games surpassing RT Ponting. RT Ponting has scored ten centuries on home soil as captain.

V Kohli has scored 150 plus runs on four occasions prior to the start of the series. He needs one more innings of 150 plus runs which would fetch him his fifth innings of 150 plus runs. If he gets them, then he would become the fifth batsman in the history of one day games, to score 150 plus runs on five plus occasions.  Others are – RG Sharma {07}, DA Warner {06}, CH Gayle {05} and SR Tendulkar {05}

V Kohli has scored 150 plus runs on four occasions prior to the start of the series. He needs one more innings of 150 plus runs which would fetch him his fifth innings of 150 plus runs. If he gets them, then he would become the third Indian batsman in the history of one day games, to score 150 plus runs on five plus occasions. Others are – RG Sharma {07} and SR Tendulkar {05}

V Kohli has scored 150 plus runs on two occasions as captain prior to the start of the series. He needs one more innings of 150 plus runs which would fetch him his third innings of 150 plus runs. If he gets them, then he would become the first captain to in the history of one day games, to score 150 plus runs on three occasions. He would go past AJ Finch and AJ Strauss who have scored 150 plus runs on two occasions as captain. V Kohli would also own the record for most occasions of scoring 150 plus runs as captain in the history of one day games.

Kuldeep Yadav has captured 96 wickets prior to the start of the series. Four more wickets would fetch him 100 wickets. If he gets them, then he would become the 22nd Indian bowler to capture 100 plus wickets in one day games.

Kuldeep Yadav has captured 96 wickets prior to the start of the series. Four more wickets would fetch him 100 wickets. If he gets them, then he would become the eighth Indian spin bowler to capture 100 plus wickets in one day games.

No Player Span Mat Inns Balls Runs Wkts BBI Ave 4 5
1 A Kumble 1990-2007 269 263 14376 10300 334 6/12 30.83 8 2
2 Harbhajan Singh 1998-2015 234 225 12359 8872 265 5/31 33.47 2 3
3 RA Jadeja 2009-2019 156 152 7849 6366 178 5/36 35.76 7 1
4 SR Tendulkar 1989-2012 463 270 8054 6850 154 5/32 44.48 4 2
5 R Ashwin 2010-2017 111 109 6021 4937 150 4/25 32.91 1 0
6 RJ Shastri 1981-1992 150 136 6613 4650 129 5/15 36.04 2 1
7 Yuvraj Singh 2000-2017 301 158 4988 4227 110 5/31 38.42 2 1
8 Kuldeep Yadav 2017-2019 53 51 2772 2291 96 6/25 23.86 4 1

Kuldeep Yadav has captured 96 wickets prior to the start of the series. Four more wickets would fetch him 100 wickets. If he gets them, then he would become the fourth Indian left arm spin bowler to capture 100 plus wickets in one day games. Others are – RA Jadeja {178}, RJ Shastri {129} and Yuvraj Singh {110}

No Player Span Mat Inns Balls Runs Wkts BBI Ave 4 5
1 RA Jadeja 2009-2019 156 152 7849 6366 178 5/36 35.76 7 1
2 RJ Shastri 1981-1992 150 136 6613 4650 129 5/15 36.04 2 1
3 Yuvraj Singh 2000-2017 301 158 4988 4227 110 5/31 38.42 2 1
4 Kuldeep Yadav 2017-2019 53 51 2772 2291 96 6/25 23.86 4 1

RA Jadeja has captured four or more  wickets on eight  occasions in one day games. Two more such hauls would fetch him ten occasions. If he gets them, he would then become the fourth left arm spin bowler in the history of one day game to capture four or more wickets on ten plus occasions. Others are – ST Jayasuirya {12}, Shakib Al Hasan {10} and DL Vettori {10}

Mohammad Shami has captured four or more wickets on nine occasions in one day games. One more such hauls would fetch him ten occasions. If he gets them, he would then become the fourth Indian bowler in the history of one day game to capture four or more wickets on ten plus occasions. Others are – AB Agarkar {12}, A Kumble {10} and J Srinath {10}

V Kohli has pouched 46 catches in one day games as captain prior to the start of the series. He needs four more catches for his 50 catches. If he pouches them, he would then become the 12th captain in the history of one day games to pouch 50 plus catches.

No Player Team Span Mat Inns Ct
1 RT Ponting Aus 2002-2012 230 227 113
2 SP Fleming NZl 1997-2007 218 214 106
3 AR Border Aus 1985-1994 178 178 103
4 GC Smith RSA 2003-2011 150 149 084
5 M Azharuddin Ind 1990-1999 174 172 083
6 DPMD Jayawardene Srl 2004-2013 129 126 069
7 IVA Richards Win 1980-1991 105 104 063
8 SC Ganguly Ind 1999-2005 147 146 061
9 WJ Cronje RSA 1994-2000 138 137 057
10 WTS Porterfield Ire 2008-2019 113 109 052
11 SM Pollock RSA 2000-2005 97 96 051

V Kohli has pouched 46 catches in one day games as captain prior to the start of the series. He needs four more catches for his 50 catches. If he pouches them, he would then become the third Indian captain in the history of one day games to pouch 50 plus catches.

No Player Team Span Mat Inns Ct
1 M Azharuddin Ind 1990-1999 174 172 083
2 SC Ganguly Ind 1999-2005 147 146 061

LMP Simmons has an aggregate of 1958 one day runs prior to the start of the series. He needs 42 more runs foe his 2000 runs. If he gets them, he would then become the 22nd West Indies batsman to total 2000 plus runs in one day games.

JD Holder has an aggregate of 17 wickets against India prior to the start of the series. Three more wickets would fetch him 20 wickets. If he gets them, he would then become the 13th West Indian bowler to capture 20 plus wickets against India.

JO Holder has captured four or more wickets on six occasions prior to the start of the series. One more four wicket haul would fetch him his seventh four wicket haul. If he gets it, he would then become the sixth West Indian bowler to capture seven or more four wicket hauls. Others are – CL Ambrose {10}, R RampauL {10}, IR Bishop {09}, DJ Bravo {07} and CA Walsh {07}

JO Holder has captured five or more wickets on two occasions prior to the start of the series. One more four wicket haul would fetch him his third five wicket haul. If he gets it, he would then become the fifth West Indian bowler to capture three or more five wicket hauls. Others are – CL Ambrose {04}, M Dillon {03}, J Garner {03} and KAJ Roach {03}

ONE DAY INTERNATIONALS PLAYED AT CHEPAUK

Chepauk, Chennai has hosted 21 one day Internationals so far. Today’s game between India and West Indies will be the22nd  one day International to be played at Chepauk, Chennai

No Winner Result Margin BR Team Opposition Start Date
1 Australia won 01 runs   India Australia 09 Oct 1987
2 Australia won 96 runs   Australia Zimbabwe 13 Oct 1987
3 Australia won 99 runs   Australia West Indies 21 Oct 1989
4 India won 04 wkts 10 India West Indies 23 Oct 1994
5 Australia won 06 wkts 13 Australia New Zealand 11 Mar 1996
6 Pakistan won 35 runs   India Pakistan 21 May 1997
7 Kenya won 28 runs   Bangladesh Kenya 23 May 1998
9 India won 04 wkts 20 India England 25 Jan 2002
8   No Result     India New Zealand 23 Oct 2003
9   Abandoned     India South Africa 22 Nov 2005
10 West Indies won 03 wkts 38 India West Indies 27 Jan 2007
11 Asia XI won 31 runs   Africa XI Asia XI 09 Jun 2007
12 Asia XI won 13 runs   Africa XI Asia XI 10 Jun 2007
13 India won 08 wkts 173 India New Zealand 10 Dec 2010
14 New Zealand won 10 wkts 252 Kenya New Zealand 20 Feb 2011
15 England won 06 runs   England South Africa 06 Mar 2011
16 England won 18 runs   England West Indies 17 Mar 2011
17 India won 80 runs   India West Indies 20 Mar 2011
18 India won 34 runs   India West Indies 11 Dec 2011
19 Pakistan won 06 wkts 11 India Pakistan 30 Dec 2012
20 India won 35 runs   India South Africa 22 Oct 2015
21 India won 26 runs   India Australia 17 Sep 2017

India has won seven one day games at Chepauk.  India’s seven wins are tabulated below

No Winner Result Margin BR Team Opposition Start Date
1 India won 04 wkts 10 India West Indies 23 Oct 1994
2 India won 04 wkts 20 India England 25 Jan 2002
3 India won 08 wkts 173 India New Zealand 10 Dec 2010
4 India won 80 runs   India West Indies 20 Mar 2011
5 India won 34 runs   India West Indies 11 Dec 2011
6 India won 35 runs   India South Africa 22 Oct 2015
7 India won 26 runs   India Australia 17 Sep 2017

India has lost four games at Chepauk. The following table lists India’s four losses

No Winner Result Margin BR Team Opposition Start Date
1 Australia won 01 runs   India Australia 09 Oct 1987
2 Pakistan won 35 runs   India Pakistan 21 May 1997
3 West Indies won 03 wkts 38 India West Indies 27 Jan 2007
4 Pakistan won 06 wkts 11 India Pakistan 30 Dec 2012

India-New Zealand one day game on 23.10.03 ended in No Result while the India-South Africa game on 22.11.05 was abandoned

No Result Team Opposition Start Date
1 No Result India New Zealand 23 Oct 2003
2 Abandoned India South Africa 22 Nov 2005

Out of 21 games played at Chepauk, 13 one day games were played involving India. The following table lists the 13 games involving India.{including abandoned game}

No Winner Result Margin BR Team Opposition Start Date
1 Australia won 01 runs   India Australia 09 Oct 1987
2 India won 04 wkts 10 India West Indies 23 Oct 1994
3 Pakistan won 35 runs   India Pakistan 21 May 1997
4 India won 04 wkts 20 India England 25 Jan 2002
5   No Result     India New Zealand 23 Oct 2003
6   Abandoned     India South Africa 22 Nov 2005
7 West Indies won 03 wkts 38 India West Indies 27 Jan 2007
8 India won 08 wkts 173 India New Zealand 10 Dec 2010
9 India won 80 runs   India West Indies 20 Mar 2011
10 India won 34 runs   India West Indies 11 Dec 2011
11 Pakistan won 06 wkts 11 India Pakistan 30 Dec 2012
12 India won 35 runs   India South Africa 22 Oct 2015
13 India won 26 runs   India Australia 17 Sep 2017

West Indies has played six games  at Chepauk. The following table lists the six games

No Winner Result Margin BR Team Opposition Start Date
1 Australia won 99 runs   Australia West Indies 21 Oct 1989
2 India won 04 wkts 10 India West Indies 23 Oct 1994
3 West Indies won 03 wkts 38 India West Indies 27 Jan 2007
4 England won 18 runs   England West Indies 17 Mar 2011
5 India won 80 runs   India West Indies 20 Mar 2011
6 India won 34 runs   India West Indies 11 Dec 2011

India-West Indies has played four games at Chepauk. Today’s game is the fifth game between the two teams. India has won three games and lost one day game

No Winner Result Margin BR Team Opposition Start Date
1 India won 04 wkts 10 India West Indies 23 Oct 1994
2 West Indies won 03 wkts 38 India West Indies 27 Jan 2007
3 India won 80 runs   India West Indies 20 Mar 2011
4 India won 34 runs   India West Indies 11 Dec 2011

HIGHEST TOTAL AND LOWEST TOTALS

Asia Eleven’s 337 fo6 7 against Africa Eleven on 09.06.07 is the highest team total posted at Chepauk. Kenya’s 69 against New Zealand on 20.02.11 is the lowest team total in a completed innings at Chepauk

Asia Eleven’s 337 fo6 7 against Africa Eleven on 09.06.07 is the highest team total posted at Chepauk by a visiting team. India‘s highest team total at Chepauk is 292 against Pakistan on 21,05,97

TEAM TOTALS OF300 PLUS RUNS

Chepauk has witnessed five occasions of teams posting a total of 300 plus runs. All such occasions are tabulated below

No Team Score Overs Inns Opposition Start Date
1 Asia XI 337/7 50.0 1 v Africa XI 09 Jun 2007
2 Asia XI 331/8 50.0 1 v Africa XI 10 Jun 2007
3 Pakistan 327/5 50.0 1 v India 21 May 1997
4 Africa XI 318/7 50.0 2 v Asia XI 10 Jun 2007
5 Africa XI 306 49.5 2 v Asia XI 09 Jun 2007

TEAMS DISMISSED ALL OUT IN AN INNINGS AT CHEPAUK

Chepauk has witnessed 18 occasions of a team dismissed all out in an innings. All such occasions are tabulated below

No Team Score Overs Inns Opposition Start Date
1 Africa XI 306 49.5 2 v Asia XI 09 Jun 2007
2 India 292 49.2 2 v Pakistan 21 May 1997
3 India 269 49.5 2 v Australia 09 Oct 1987
4 India 268 48.0 1 v West Indies 27 Jan 2007
5 India 268 49.1 1 v West Indies 20 Mar 2011
6 England 243 48.4 1 v West Indies 17 Mar 2011
7 West Indies 233 44.1 2 v India 11 Dec 2011
8 West Indies 225 44.4 2 v England 17 Mar 2011
9 West Indies 221 49.2 1 v India 23 Oct 1994
10 England 217 48.0 1 v India 25 Jan 2002
11 Bangladesh 198 46.2 2 v Kenya 23 May 1998
12 West Indies 188 43.0 2 v India 20 Mar 2011
13 England 171 45.4 1 v South Africa 06 Mar 2011
14 South Africa 165 47.4 2 v England 06 Mar 2011
15 West Indies 142 40.3 2 v Australia 21 Oct 1989
16 Zimbabwe 139 42.4 2 v Australia 13 Oct 1987
17 New Zealand 103 27.0 1 v India 10 Dec 2010
18 Kenya 069 23.5 1 v New Zealand 20 Feb 2011

CENTURIONS AT CHEPAUK

Chepauk has witnessed 14 centuries – five by Indian batsmen and nine by visiting batsmen. V Kohli’s 138 against South Africa on 22.11.15 is the highest score by an Indian batsmen, while Saeed Anwar’s 194 for Pakistan against India on 21.05.97 is the highest score by a visiting batsman.

FOUR OR MORE WICKETS IN AN INNINGS

Chepauk has witnessed 14 occasions of bowlers capturing four or more wickets in an innings – once by an Indian bowler and on 13 occasions by visiting bowlers. AB Agarkar’s 4 for 34 against England on 25.01.02 is the only occasion of an Indian bowler capturing  four or more wickets in an innings at Chennai, while R Rampaul’s 5 for 51 for West Indies against India on 20.03.11 remains the best bowling  effort in an innings by a visiting bowler at Chepauk

FIVE PLUS WICKETS IN AN INNINGS

Chepauk has witnessed two occasions of bowlers capturing five or more wickets in an innings. Both the occasions are tabulated below

No Player Overs M Runs W Inns Team Oppn Ground Start Date
1 R Rampaul 10.0 0 51 5 1 Win Ind Chennai 20 Mar 2011
2 Aaqib Javed 10.0 0 61 5 2 Pak Ind Chennai 21 May 1997

THREE FIGURE PARTNERSHIPS

As many as 20 three figure partnerships have been posted by batsmen at Chepauk of which nine are by Indian batsmen. 218 runs partnership between MS Dhoni and DPMD Jayawardene of Asia Eleven against Africa Eleven for the sixth wicket on 10.06.07 is the highest partnership posted at Chepauk. It also provides the only occasion of a 200 plus runs partnership at Chepauk. 134 runs between R Dravid and VG Kambli against Pakistan on 21.05.97 provides the highest partnership by Indian batsmen at Chepauk.

West Indies batsmen scoring a ninety in a one day international

RL Chase of West Indies scored 94 against Afghanistan at Lucknow on 06.11.19 to provide the 56th occasion of a West Indies batsman scoring a ninety in a one day international. All such occasions are tabulated below

No Player Runs Inns Opposition Ground Start Date
1 IVA Richards 97 1 v England Lord’s 28 Aug 1976
2 CG Greenidge 98* 2 v England Sydney 22 Jan 1980
3 DL Haynes 97 1 v India Port of Spain 09 Mar 1983
4 CG Greenidge 90 2 v Australia Lord’s 18 Jun 1983
5 IVA Richards 95* 2 v Australia Lord’s 18 Jun 1983
6 CG Greenidge 96 2 v India Indore 01 Dec 1983
7 IVA Richards 98 1 v Sri Lanka Brisbane 12 Jan 1985
8 RB Richardson 99* 2 v Pakistan Sharjah 15 Nov 1985
9 RB Richardson 92* 1 v Pakistan Rawalpindi 04 Dec 1985
10 RB Richardson 93 2 v England Jaipur 26 Oct 1987
11 RB Richardson 90 2 v Australia Port of Spain 10 Mar 1991
12 RB Richardson 94 1 v Australia Georgetown 20 Mar 1991
13 DL Haynes 93* 2 v Pakistan Melbourne 23 Feb 1992
14 DL Haynes 96 1 v Pakistan Sydney 17 Dec 1992
15 BC Lara 95* 2 v Pakistan Port of Spain 26 Mar 1993
16 PV Simmons 92 2 v Sri Lanka Sharjah 28 Oct 1993
17 PV Simmons 90* 2 v Sri Lanka Sharjah 03 Nov 1993
18 CL Hooper 93* 1 v Australia Sydney 01 Jan 1996
19 RB Richardson 93* 2 v Australia Jaipur 04 Mar 1996
20 BC Lara 90 2 v Australia Perth 12 Jan 1997
21 SC Williams 90 1 v Sri Lanka Port of Spain 06 Jun 1997
22 BC Lara 93 1 v England Port of Spain 08 Apr 1998
23 S Chanderpaul 92* 1 v Bangladesh Dhaka 08 Oct 1999
24 BC Lara 92 1 v South Africa Bridgetown 09 May 2001
25 WW Hinds 93 2 v India Jamshedpur 06 Nov 2002
26 RR Sarwan 99* 1 v India Ahmedabad 15 Nov 2002
27 CH Gayle 94 1 v Sri Lanka Bridgetown 08 Jun 2003
28 S Chanderpaul 92 2 v South Africa Centurion 01 Feb 2004
29 CH Gayle 99 1 v Bangladesh Southampton 15 Sep 2004
30 S Chanderpaul 93 1 v Zimbabwe Georgetown 07 May 2006
31 CH Gayle 95* 2 v Zimbabwe Gros Islet 10 May 2006
32 RR Sarwan 91 1 v Zimbabwe Port of Spain 14 May 2006
33 RR Sarwan 98* 1 v India Kingston 20 May 2006
34 S Chanderpaul 92 2 v Australia Kuala Lumpur 12 Sep 2006
35 RS Morton 90* 1 v Australia Mumbai (BS) 18 Oct 2006
36 MN Samuels 98 2 v India Chennai 27 Jan 2007
37 RR Sarwan 92 2 v South Africa St George’s 10 Apr 2007
38 RR Sarwan 91* 1 v Bangladesh Bridgetown 19 Apr 2007
39 MN Samuels 98 1 v South Africa Port Elizabeth 27 Jan 2008
40 DS Smith 91 1 v South Africa Johannesburg 03 Feb 2008
41 CH Gayle 92 2 v Australia Basseterre 04 Jul 2008
42 S Chanderpaul 94 1 v New Zealand Napier 13 Jan 2009
43 KA Pollard 94 1 v Ireland Mohali 11 Mar 2011
44 AD Russell 92* 1 v India North Sound 11 Jun 2011
45 D Ramdin 96 2 v India Indore 08 Dec 2011
46 J Charles 97 2 v India Kingston 30 Jun 2013
47 DR Smith 97 2 v India Delhi 11 Oct 2014
48 MN Samuels 92 2 v Australia Basseterre 13 Jun 2016
49 D Ramdin 91 1 v Australia Bridgetown 21 Jun 2016
40 JN Mohammed 91* 2 v Pakistan Providence 07 Apr 2017
51 CH Gayle 94 2 v England Bristol 24 Sep 2017
52 JO Holder 99* 2 v P.N.G. Harare 08 Mar 2018
53 SO Hetmyer 94 2 v India Visakhapatnam 24 Oct 2018
54 SD Hope 95 1 v India Pune 27 Oct 2018
55 SD Hope 96 1 v Bangladesh Taunton 17 Jun 2019
56 RL Chase 94 2 v Afghanistan Lucknow 06 Nov 2019

Hat-tricks in one day internationals – Imran Tahir is the latest addition to the list

Imran Tahir of South Africa performed the “Hattrick”  against Zimbabwe at Bloemfontein on 03.10.18 to provide the 45th occasion of a bowler performing the Hattrick in the history of one-day internationals. All such occasions are tabulated below.

No Player Team Opposition Venue Date
1 Jalal-ud-Din Pakistan Australia Hyderabad (P) 20.09.82
2 BA Reid Australia New Zealand Sydney 29.01.86
3 C Sharma India New Zealand Nagpur 31.10.87
4 Wasim Akram Pakistan West Indies Sharjah 14.10.89
5 Wasim Akram Pakistan Australia Sharjah 04.05.90
6 Kapil Dev India Sri Lanka Calcutta 04.01.91
7 Aaqib Javed Pakistan India Sharjah 25.10.91
8 DK Morrison New Zealand India Napier 25.03.94
9 Waqar Younis Pakistan New Zealand East London 19.12.94
10 Saqlain Mushtaq Pakistan Zimbabwe Peshawar 03.11.96
11 EA Brandes Zimbabwe England Harare 03.01.97
12 AM Stuart Australia Pakistan Melbourne 16.01.97
13 Saqlain Mushtaq Pakistan Zimbabwe The Oval 11.06.99
14 WPUJC Vaas Sri Lanka Zimbabwe Colombo (SSC) 08.12.01
15 Mohammad Sami Pakistan West Indies Sharjah 15.02.02
16 WPUJC Vaas Sri Lanka Bangladesh Pietermaritzburg 14.02.03
17 B Lee Australia Kenya Durban 15.03.03
18 JM Anderson England Pakistan The Oval 20.06.03
19 SJ Harmison England India Nottingham 01.09.04
20 CK Langeveldt South Africa West Indies Barbados 11.05.05
21 Shahadat Hossain Bangladesh Zimbabwe Harare 02.08.06
22 JE Taylor West Indies Australia Mumbai (BS) 18.10.06
23 SE Bond New Zealand Australia Hobart 14.01.07
24 *SL Malinga Sri Lanka South Africa Guyana 28.03.07
25 A Flintoff England West Indies St Lucia 03.04.09
26 MF Maharoof Sri Lanka India Dambulla 22.06.10
27 Abdur Razzak Bangladesh Zimbabwe Dhaka 03.12.10
28 KAJ Roach West Indies Netherlands Delhi 28.02.11
29 SL Malinga Sri Lanka Kenya Colombo (RPS) 01.03.11
30 SL Malinga Sri Lanka Australia Colombo (RPS) 22.08.11
31 DT Christian Australia Sri Lanka Melbourne 02.03.12
32 NLTC Perera Sri Lanka Pakistan Colombo (RPS) 16.06.12
33 CJ McKay Australia England Cardiff 14.09.13
34 Rubel Hossain Bangladesh New Zealand Dhaka 29.10.13
35 Prosper Utseya Zimbabwe South Africa Harare 29.08.14
36 Taijul Islam Bangladesh Zimbabwe Dhaka 01.12.14
37 ST Finn England Australia Melbourne 14.02.15
38 JP Duminy South Africa Sri Lanka Sydney 18.03.15
39 K Rabada South Africa Bangladesh Mirpur 10.07.15
40 JP Faulkner Australia Sri Lanka Colombo (RPS) 24.08.16
41 Taskin Ahmed Bangladesh Sri Lanka Dambulla 28.03.17
42 PWH de Silva Sri Lanka Zimbabwe Galle 02.07.17
43 Kuldeep Yadav India Australia Kolkata 21.09.17
44 DSK Madushanka Sri Lanka Bangladesh Dhaka 27.01.18
45 Imran Tahir South Africa Zimbabwe Bloemfontein 03.10.18

Notes: Aaqib Javed was the youngest at 19 years and 81 days when he achieved this feat. * SL Malinga took 4 wickets in 4 balls in Guyana. 2007

Imran Tahir became the fourth South African bowler to perform the hattrick in one day internationals. The  feats of these  four bowlers are tabulated below.

No Player Team Opposition Venue Date
1 CK Langeveldt South Africa West Indies Barbados 11.05.05
2 JP Duminy South Africa Sri Lanka Sydney 18.03.15
3 K Rabada South Africa Bangladesh Mirpur 10.07.15
4 Imran Tahir South Africa Zimbabwe Bloemfontein 03.10.18

Imran Tahir’s Hattrick provides the eighth occasion of a bowler performing the feat against Zimbabwe in one-day internationals. All  such occasions are listed below

No Player Team Opposition Venue Date
1 Saqlain Mushtaq Pakistan Zimbabwe Peshawar 03.11.96
2 Saqlain Mushtaq Pakistan Zimbabwe The Oval 11.06.99
3 WPUJC Vaas Sri Lanka Zimbabwe Colombo (SSC) 08.12.01
4 Shahadat Hossain Bangladesh Zimbabwe Harare 02.08.06
5 Abdur Razzak Bangladesh Zimbabwe Dhaka 03.12.10
6 Taijul Islam Bangladesh Zimbabwe Dhaka 01.12.14
7 PWH de Silva Sri Lanka Zimbabwe Galle 02.07.17
8 Imran Tahir South Africa Zimbabwe Bloemfontein 03.10.18

SL Malinga {03}, Saqlain Mushtaq {02}, Wasim Akram {02} and WPUJC Vaas {02} are the four bowlers who have performed the feat on two or more  occasions. The feats of these four  bowlers are tabulated below

No No Player Team Opposition Venue Date
1 1 SL Malinga Sri Lanka South Africa Guyana 28.03.07
  2 SL Malinga Sri Lanka Kenya Colombo (RPS) 01.03.11
  3 SL Malinga Sri Lanka Australia Colombo (RPS) 22.08.11
             
2 1 Saqlain Mushtaq Pakistan Zimbabwe Peshawar 03.11.96
  2 Saqlain Mushtaq Pakistan Zimbabwe The Oval 11.06.99
             
3 1 Wasim Akram Pakistan West Indies Sharjah 14.10.89
  2 Wasim Akram Pakistan Australia Sharjah 04.05.90
             
4 1 WPUJC Vaas Sri Lanka Zimbabwe Colombo (SSC) 08.12.01
  2 WPUJC Vaas Sri Lanka Bangladesh Pietermaritzburg 14.02.03

 

Three or more batsmen dismissed run out in an innings in one day tournament finals

Asia Cup one day final between Bangladesh and India at Dubai-DSC on 28.09.18 witnessed three run outs in Bangladesh’s innings to provide the 29th occasion of three or more batsman dismissed run out in a one day tournament final. All such occasions are listed below.

No Team Inns Opposition Ground Start Date                        ROs
1 Australia 2 West Indies Lord’s 21 Jun 1975 5
2 Australia 2 Sri Lanka Adelaide 10 Feb 2006 5
3 India 1 Australia Melbourne 09 Feb 1986 4
4 Sri Lanka 1 India Dhaka 04 Nov 1988 4
5 India 2 South Africa Sharjah 19 Apr 1996 4
6 Australia 2 South Africa Melbourne 23 Jan 1998 4
7 Sri Lanka 1 West Indies Col- RPS 19 Dec 2001 4
8 England 2 West Indies Melbourne 20 Jan 1980 3
9 Australia 1 India Sharjah 29 Mar 1985 3
10 Australia 2 West Indies Sydney 16 Jan 1989 3
11 Sri Lanka 1 India Kolkata 04 Jan 1991 3
12 India 2 Australia Melbourne 18 Jan 1992 3
13 Australia 1 West Indies Melbourne 18 Jan 1993 3
14 Pakistan 1 West Indies Johannesburg 27 Feb 1993 3
15 Australia 1 South Africa Sydney 25 Jan 1994 3
16 South Africa 2 Australia Sydney 25 Jan 1994 3
17 Sri Lanka 1 India Col-SSC 17 Sep 1994 3
18 Pakistan 2 South Africa Cape Town 10 Jan 1995 3
19 South Africa 1 Pakistan Cape Town 10 Jan 1995 3
20 India 1 South Africa Durban 12 Feb 1997 3
21 South Africa 2 Australia Sydney 27 Jan 1998 3
22 Sri Lanka 2 India Col-RPS 07 Jul 1998 3
23 India 1 Pakistan Sharjah 16 Apr 1999 3
24 West Indies 2 New Zealand Lord’s 10 Jul 2004 3
25 England 1 West Indies The Oval 25 Sep 2004 3
26 Sri Lanka 1 India Col- RPS 09 Aug 2005 3
27 England 1 Australia Sydney 11 Feb 2007 3
28 Canada 1 West Indies King City-NW 24 Aug 2008 3
29 Bangladesh 1 India Dubai-DSC 28 Sep 2018 3

Asia Cup one day final between Bangladesh and India at Dubai-DSC on 28.09.18 witnessed three run outs in Bangladesh’s innings to provide the 22nd occasion of three batsman dismissed run out in a one day tournament final. All such occasions are listed below.

No Team Inns Opposition Ground Start Date                        ROs
1 England 2 West Indies Melbourne 20 Jan 1980 3
2 Australia 1 India Sharjah 29 Mar 1985 3
3 Australia 2 West Indies Sydney 16 Jan 1989 3
4 Sri Lanka 1 India Kolkata 04 Jan 1991 3
5 India 2 Australia Melbourne 18 Jan 1992 3
6 Australia 1 West Indies Melbourne 18 Jan 1993 3
7 Pakistan 1 West Indies Johannesburg 27 Feb 1993 3
8 Australia 1 South Africa Sydney 25 Jan 1994 3
9 South Africa 2 Australia Sydney 25 Jan 1994 3
10 Sri Lanka 1 India Col-SSC 17 Sep 1994 3
11 Pakistan 2 South Africa Cape Town 10 Jan 1995 3
12 South Africa 1 Pakistan Cape Town 10 Jan 1995 3
13 India 1 South Africa Durban 12 Feb 1997 3
14 South Africa 2 Australia Sydney 27 Jan 1998 3
15 Sri Lanka 2 India Col-RPS 07 Jul 1998 3
16 India 1 Pakistan Sharjah 16 Apr 1999 3
17 West Indies 2 New Zealand Lord’s 10 Jul 2004 3
18 England 1 West Indies The Oval 25 Sep 2004 3
19 Sri Lanka 1 India Col- RPS 09 Aug 2005 3
20 England 1 Australia Sydney 11 Feb 2007 3
21 Canada 1 West Indies King City-NW 24 Aug 2008 3
22 Bangladesh 1 India Dubai-DSC 28 Sep 2018 3

Asia Cup one day final between Bangladesh and India at Dubai-DSC on 28.09.18 witnessed three run outs in Bangladesh’s innings to provide the seventh occasion of three or more batsman dismissed run out in a one day tournament final against India. All such occasions are listed below.

No Team Inns Opposition Ground Start Date                        ROs
1 Sri Lanka 1 India Dhaka 04 Nov 1988 4
2 Australia 1 India Sharjah 29 Mar 1985 3
3 Sri Lanka 1 India Kolkata 04 Jan 1991 3
4 Sri Lanka 1 India Col-SSC 17 Sep 1994 3
5 Sri Lanka 2 India Col-RPS 07 Jul 1998 3
6 Sri Lanka 1 India Col- RPS 09 Aug 2005 3
7 Bangladesh 1 India Dubai-DSC 28 Sep 2018 3

Batsman’s century in a losing cause in all one day tournament finals

Bangladesh batsman Liton Das’ 121 against India at Dubai-DSC on 28.09.18 was in vain to provide the 19th occasion of a batsman’s century in a losing cause in all the finals of the one day tournament. All such occasions are tabulated below

No Player Runs Inns Team Oppn Ground Start Date
1 BA Edgar 102* 2 NZl Aus Melbourne 01 Feb 1981
2 DL Haynes 107* 1 Win Pak Kolkata 01 Nov 1989
3 Basit Ali 127* 1 Pak Win Sharjah 05 Nov 1993
4 Saeed Anwar 140 1 Pak Ind Dhaka 18 Jan 1998
5 Ijaz Ahmed 117 1 Pak Ind Dhaka 18 Jan 1998
6 PA de Silva 105 2 Srl Ind Colombo (RPS) 07 Jul 1998
7 PA Wallace 103 1 Win RSA Dhaka 01 Nov 1998
8 R Dravid 103* 1 Ind Win Singapore 08 Sep 1999
9 MS Atapattu 100 2 Srl Pak Dhaka 07 Jun 2000
10 SC Ganguly 117 1 Ind NZl Nairobi (Gym) 15 Oct 2000
11 ME Trescothick 109 1 Eng Ind Lord’s 13 Jul 2002
12 N Hussain 115 1 Eng Ind Lord’s 13 Jul 2002
13 ME Trescothick 104 1 Eng Win The Oval 25 Sep 2004
14 SK Raina 106 1 Ind Srl Dhaka 13 Jan 2010
15 DPMD Jayawardene 103* 1 Srl Ind` Mumbai 02 Apr 2011
16 DA Warner 100 1 Aus Srl Adelaide 06 Mar 2012
17 MJ Clarke 117 1 Aus Srl Adelaide 06 Mar 2012
18 Fawad Alam 114* 1 Pak Srl Dhaka 08 Mar 2014
19 Liton Das 121 1 Ban Ind Dubai (DSC) 28 Sep 2018

Bangladesh batsman Liton Das’ 121 against India at Dubai-DSC on 28.09.18 was in vain to provide the seventh occasion of a batsman’s century in a losing cause in all the finals of the one day tournament against India. All such occasions are tabulated below

No Player Runs Inns Team Oppn Ground Start Date
1 Saeed Anwar 140 1 Pak Ind Dhaka 18 Jan 1998
2 Ijaz Ahmed 117 1 Pak Ind Dhaka 18 Jan 1998
3 PA de Silva 105 2 Srl Ind Colombo (RPS) 07 Jul 1998
4 ME Trescothick 109 1 Eng Ind Lord’s 13 Jul 2002
5 N Hussain 115 1 Eng Ind Lord’s 13 Jul 2002
6 DPMD Jayawardene 103* 1 Srl Ind` Mumbai 02 Apr 2011
7 Liton Das 121 1 Ban Ind Dubai (DSC) 28 Sep 2018

Batsman’s century in a losing cause in the Asia Cup one day tournament

Bangladesh batsman Liton Das’ 121 against India at Dubai-DSC on 28.09.18 was in vain to provide the 12th occasion of a batsman’s century in a losing cause  in Asia Cup one day tournament. All such occasions are tabulated below

No Player Runs Inns Team Oppn Ground Start Date
1 MS Atapattu 100 2 Srl Pak Dhaka0 07 Jun 2000
2 ST Jayasuriya 130 2 Srl Ind Colombo (RPS) 27 Jul 2004
3 Shoaib Malik 125* 1 Pak Ind Karachi 26 Jun 2008
4 Alok Kapali 115 1 Ban Ind Karachi 28 Jun 2008
5 Shahid Afridi 109 2 Pak Srl Dambulla 15 Jun 2010
6 SR Tendulkar 114 1 Ind Ban Dhaka 16 Mar 2012
7 Mohammad Hafeez 105 1 Pak Ind Dhaka 18 Mar 2012
8 Nasir Jamshed 112 1 Pak Ind Dhaka 18 Mar 2012
9 Mushfiqur Rahim 117 1 Ban Ind Fatullah 26 Feb 2014
10 Anamul Haque 100 1 Ban Pak Dhaka 04 Mar 2014
11 Fawad Alam 114* 1 Pak Srl Dhaka 08 Mar 2014
12 Liton Das 121 1 Ban Ind Dubai (DSC) 28 Sep 2018

It also provides the fourth occasion of a Bangladesh batsman’s century in a losing cause in Asia Cup one day tournament. All such occasions are listed below

No Player Runs Inns Team Oppn Ground Start Date
1 Alok Kapali 115 1 Ban Ind Karachi 28 Jun 2008
2 Mushfiqur Rahim 117 1 Ban Ind Fatullah 26 Feb 2014
3 Anamul Haque 100 1 Ban Pak Dhaka 04 Mar 2014
4 Liton Das 121 1 Ban Ind Dubai (DSC) 28 Sep 2018

It also provides the seventh occasion of a batsman’s century in a losing cause against India in Asia Cup one day tournament. All such occasions are furnished below.

No Player Runs Inns Team Oppn Ground Start Date
1 ST Jayasuriya 130 2 Srl Ind Colombo (RPS) 27 Jul 2004
2 Shoaib Malik 125* 1 Pak Ind Karachi 26 Jun 2008
3 Alok Kapali 115 1 Ban Ind Karachi 28 Jun 2008
4 Mohammad Hafeez 105 1 Pak Ind Dhaka 18 Mar 2012
5 Nasir Jamshed 112 1 Pak Ind Dhaka 18 Mar 2012
6 Mushfiqur Rahim 117 1 Ban Ind Fatullah 26 Feb 2014
7 Liton Das 121 1 Ban Ind Dubai (DSC) 28 Sep 2018

One day games won on the last ball of the match – India carves its first ever win on the last ball of the match

India won the Asia Cup final against Bangladesh at Dubai-DSC by three wickets on the last ball of the match to provide the 36th occasion of a team winning a one day game on the last ball of the match. All such occasions are tabulated below. It also provides India’s first win on the last ball of the match.

No Winner Margin Target Overs Opposition Ground Match Date
1 England 3 wickets 209 35.0×8 v Pakistan Sahiwal 23 Dec 1977
2 Australia 2 wickets 140 35.0 v West Indies Castries 12 Apr 1978
3 West Indies 4 wickets 128 40.0 v Pakistan Karachi 21 Nov 1980
4 Pakistan 1 wicket 214 35.0 v New Zealand Multan 07 Dec 1984
5 Australia 2 wickets 178 50.0 v England Sharjah 24 Mar 1985
6 England 5 wickets 230 37.0 v West Indies Port of Spain 04 Mar 1986
7 Pakistan 1 wicket 246 50.0 v India Sharjah 18 Apr 1986
8 Pakistan 1 wicket 217 50.0 v West Indies Lahore 16 Oct 1987
9 West Indies 3 wickets 215 50.0 v England Kingston 03 Mar 1990
10 England 4 wickets 224 48.0 v India Jaipur 18 Jan 1993
11 Australia 1 wicket 173 43.0 v West Indies Sydney 01 Jan 1996
12 New Zealand 5 wickets 259 50.0 v Zimbabwe Dhaka 24 Oct 1998
13 South Africa 2 wickets 160 27.0 v West Indies Johannesburg 22 Jan 1999
14 South Africa 2 wickets 192 40.0 v New Zealand Napier 26 Mar 1999
15 Pakistan 2 wickets 196 49.0 v India Brisbane 10 Jan 2000
16 Zimbabwe 2 wickets 223 50.0 v South Africa Durban 02 Feb 2000
17 South Africa 3 wickets 257 50.0 v New Zealand Cape Town 04 Nov 2000
18 West Indies 3 wickets 201 50.0 v South Africa Kingston 28 Apr 2001
19 West Indies 4 wickets 292 50.0 v New Zealand Kingstown 16 Jun 2002
20 South Africa 2 wickets 239 49.0 v West Indies Colombo (SSC) 13 Sep 2002
21 West Indies 4 wickets 284 50.0 v India Jamshedpur 06 Nov 2002
22 Pakistan 3 wickets 316 48.0 v India Ahmedabad 12 Apr 2005
23 Zimbabwe 2 wickets 237 50.0 v Bangladesh Harare 02 Aug 2006
24 New Zealand 1 wicket 225 50.0 v Sri Lanka Queenstown 31 Dec 2006
25 Scotland 3 wickets 281 50.0 v Ireland Nairobi (Gym) 30 Jan 2007
26 South Africa 2 wickets 249 50.0 v New Zealand Durban 25 Nov 2007
27 West Indies 1 wicket 236 50.0 v Sri Lanka Port of Spain 10 Apr 2008
28 New Zealand 1 wicket 246 50.0 v England The Oval 25 Jun 2008
29 New Zealand 2 wickets 182 50.0 v Australia Perth 01 Feb 2009
30 Australia 2 wickets 206 50.0 v Pakistan Centurion 30 Sep 2009
31 South Africa 7 wickets 304 50.0 v West Indies Roseau 30 May 2010
32 Afghanistan 1 wicket 234 50.0 v Kenya Amstelveen 05 Jul 2010
33 Zimbabwe 2 wickets 201 50.0 v Ireland Harare 26 Sep 2010
34 South Africa 1 wicket 261 50.0 v New Zealand Potchefstroom 25 Jan 2013
35 New Zealand 4 wickets 198 23.0 v Sri Lanka Hambantota 12 Nov 2013
36 India 3 wickets 223 50.0 v Bangladesh Dubai (DSC) 28 Sep 2018

It also provides the second occasion of a team winning a one day game  on the last  ball  of the match  against Bangladesh. Zimbabwe had won the game  at Harare  by two  wickets on the last ball of  the match on 02.08.06

No Winner Margin Target Overs Opposition Ground Match Date
1 Zimbabwe 2 wickets 237 50.0 v Bangladesh Harare 02 Aug 2006
2 India 3 wickets 223 50.0 v Bangladesh Dubai (DSC) 28 Sep 2018

 

Wicket keeper batsman scoring ninety nines in one day internationals

Mushfiqur Rahim of Bangladesh was dismissed for 99 against Pakistan at Abu Dhabi on 26.09.18 to provide the ninth occasion of a wicket keeper batsman scoring 99 in the history of one-day internationals. All such occasions are tabulated below.

No Player Runs Inns Team Oppn Ground Start Date
1 A Flower 99* 1 Zim Aus Harare 24 Oct 1999
2 SR Patil 99* 2 UAE Sco Lincoln 01 Feb 2014
3 RS Kaluwitharana 99 2 Srl Zim Harare 18 Dec 1999
4 AC Gilchrist 99 1 Aus Srl Centurion 07 Mar 2003
5 R Dravid 99 1 Ind Pak Karachi 13 Mar 2004
6 JC Buttler 99 1 Eng Win North Sound 05 Mar 2014
7 L Ronchi 99 1 NZl RSA Mt Maunganui 21 Oct 2014
8 MDKJ Perera 99 2 Srl Win Colombo (RPS) 04 Nov 2015
9 Mushfiqur Rahim 99 1 Ban Pak Abu Dhabi 26 Sep 2018

Batsmen dismissed for 99 in one day internationals

Mushfiqur Rahim of Bangladesh was dismissed for 99 against Pakistan at Abu Dhabi on 26.09.18 to provide the 33rd occasion of a batsman dismissed for 99 in the history of one day internationals. All such occasions are tabulated below.

No Player Runs Inns Team Oppn Ground Start Date
1 G Boycott 99 1 Eng Aus The Oval 20 Aug 1980
2 AJ Lamb 99 1 Eng Ind The Oval 04 Jun 1982
3 K Srikkanth 99 1 Ind Eng Cuttack 27 Dec 1984
4 BC Broad 99 2 Eng Pak The Oval 21 May 1987
5 Rameez Raja 99 2 Pak Eng Karachi 20 Nov 1987
6 L Klusener 99 2 RSA Srl Lahore 08 Nov 1997
7 RS Kaluwitharana 99 2 Srl Zim Harare 18 Dec 1999
8 ML Hayden 99 2 Aus Ind Bengaluru 25 Mar 2001
9 ST Jayasuriya 99 1 Srl Ind Colombo (RPS) 05 Aug 2001
10 VVS Laxman 99 1 Ind Win Nagpur 09 Nov 2002
11 GC Smith 99 1 RSA Srl Centurion 29 Nov 2002
12 ST Jayasuriya 99 2 Srl Eng Adelaide 17 Jan 2003
13 AC Gilchrist 99 1 Aus Srl Centurion 07 Mar 2003
14 R Dravid 99 1 Ind Pak Karachi 13 Mar 2004
15 SP Fleming 99 2 NZl Eng Bristol 04 Jul 2004
16 A Flintoff 99 1 Eng Ind The Oval 03 Sep 2004
17 CH Gayle 99 1 Win Ban Southampton 15 Sep 2004
18 EJG Morgan 99 1 Ire Sco Ayr 05 Aug 2006
19 SR Tendulkar 99 1 Ind RSA Belfast 26 Jun 2007
20 SR Tendulkar 99 1 Ind Eng Bristol 24 Aug 2007
21 SR Tendulkar 99 1 Ind Pak Mohali 08 Nov 2007
22 JP Duminy 99 1 RSA Ire Kolkata 15 Mar 2011
23 TM Dilshan 99 1 Srl RSA Colombo (RPS) 31 Jul 2013
24 V Kohli 99 1 Ind Win Visakhapatnam 24 Nov 2013
25 JC Buttler 99 1 Eng Win North Sound 05 Mar 2014
26 L Ronchi 99 1 NZl RSA Mt Maunganui 21 Oct 2014
27 AB de Villiers 99 1 RSA UAE Wellington 12 Mar 2015
28 CJ Chibhabha 99 1 Zim Pak Lahore 29 May 2015
29 MDKJ Perera 99 2 Srl Win Colombo (RPS) 04 Nov 2015
30 RG Sharma 99 2 Ind Aus Sydney 23 Jan 2016
31 AD Hales 99 2 Eng RSA Port Elizabeth 06 Feb 2016
32 PR Stirling 99 2 Ire Afg Greater Noida 19 Mar 2017
33 Mushfiqur Rahim 99 1 Ban Pak Abu Dhabi 26 Sep 2018

It also provides the fifth occasion of a batsman dismissed for 99 in an one day game against  Pakistan. All such occasions are listed below

No Player Runs Inns Team Oppn Ground Start Date
1 BC Broad 99 2 Eng Pak The Oval 21 May 1987
2 R Dravid 99 1 Ind Pak Karachi 13 Mar 2004
3 SR Tendulkar 99 1 Ind Pak Mohali 08 Nov 2007
4 CJ Chibhabha 99 1 Zim Pak Lahore 29 May 2015
5 Mushfiqur Rahim 99 1 Ban Pak Abu Dhabi 26 Sep 2018

Tied games in the history of one day internationals

Afghanistan and India one day game at Dubai-DSC on 25.09.18 ended in a tie to provide the 36th occasion  of a tied  game in the history of  one day games. All such occasions are tabulated below

No Team1 Team2 Ground Date
1 Australia West Indies Melbourne Cricket Ground 11 Feb 1984
2 England Australia Trent Bridge, Nottingham 27 May 1989
3 Pakistan West Indies Gaddafi Stadium, Lahore 22 Nov 1991
4 India West Indies W.A.C.A. Ground, Perth 06 Dec 1991
5 Australia Pakistan Bellerive Oval, Hobart 10 Dec 1992
6 West Indies Pakistan Bourda, Georgetown, Guyana 03 Apr 1993
7 India Zimbabwe Nehru Stadium, Indore 18 Nov 1993
8 New Zealand Pakistan Eden Park, Auckland 13 Mar 1994
9 Zimbabwe Pakistan Harare Sports Club 22 Feb 1995
10 New Zealand Sri Lanka Sharjah Cricket Stadium 11 Nov 1996
11 India Zimbabwe Boland Park, Paarl 27 Jan 1997
12 New Zealand England McLean Park, Napier 26 Feb 1997
13 Zimbabwe New Zealand Queens Sports Club, Bulawayo 01 Oct 1997
14 West Indies Australia Bourda, Georgetown, Guyana 21 Apr 1999
15 Australia South Africa Edgbaston, Birmingham 17 Jun 1999
16 Pakistan Sri Lanka Sharjah Cricket Stadium 15 Oct 1999
17 Australia South Africa Docklands Stadium, Melbourne 18 Aug 2000
18 South Africa Australia Senwes Park, Potchefstroom 27 Mar 2002
19 South Africa Sri Lanka Kingsmead, Durban 03 Mar 2003
20 South Africa England Mangaung Oval, Bloemfontein 02 Feb 2005
21 England Australia Lord’s, London 02 Jul 2005
22 Ireland Zimbabwe Sabina Park, Kingston, Jamaica 15 Mar 2007
23 New Zealand England McLean Park, Napier 20 Feb 2008
24 India England M.Chinnaswamy Stadium, Bengaluru 27 Feb 2011
25 England India Lord’s, London 11 Sep 2011
26 India Sri Lanka Adelaide Oval 14 Feb 2012
27 West Indies Australia St Vincent 20 Mar 2012
28 Ireland Pakistan Castle Avenue, Dublin 23 May 2013
29 South Africa West Indies Sophia Gardens, Cardiff 14 Jun 2013
30 Netherlands Ireland VRA Ground, Amstelveen 09 Jul 2013
31 West Indies Pakistan Gros Islet, St Lucia 19 Jul 2013
32 New Zealand India Eden Park, Auckland 25 Jan 2014
33 England Sri Lanka Trent Bridge, Nottingham 21 Jun 2016
34 Zimbabwe West Indies Queens Sports Club, Bulawayo 19 Nov 2016
35 Zimbabwe Scotland Queens Sports Club, Bulawayo 12 Mar 2018
36 Afghanistan India Dubai {DSC} 26 Sep 2018

Afghanistan and India one day game at Dubai-DSC on 25.09.18 ended in a tie to provide the seventh occasion  of a tied  game involving India in the history of  one day games. All such occasions are tabulated below

No Team1 Team2 Ground Date
1 India Zimbabwe Nehru Stadium, Indore 18 Nov 1993
2 India Zimbabwe Boland Park, Paarl 27 Jan 1997
3 India England Bengaluru 27 Feb 2011
4 England India Lord’s, London 11 Sep 2011
5 India Sri Lanka Adelaide Oval 14 Feb 2012
6 New Zealand India Eden Park, Auckland 25 Jan 2014
7 Afghanistan India Dubai {DSC} 26 Sep 2018

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