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List of abandoned Twenty20 Internationals

The third T20I between India and Australia scheduled to be played at Hyd-RGS on 13.10.17 was abandoned to provide the 16th occasion of an abandoned game in the history of Twenty20 Internationals. All such occasions are tabulated below

No Team 1 Team 2 Ground Match Date
1 England South Africa Che-le-St 20 Aug 2008
2 England Australia Manchester 01 Sep 2009
3 India New Zealand Vizag 08 Sep 2012
4 South Africa Pakistan Durban 01 Mar 2013
5 Sri Lanka New Zealand Pallekele 19 Nov 2013
6 South Africa Australia P Elizabeth 09 Mar 2014
7 Hong Kong Nepal Dambulla 19 Nov 2014
8 Hong Kong Nepal Dambulla 20 Nov 2014
9 Hong Kong Nepal Dambulla 21 Nov 2014
10 Hong Kong Nepal Dambulla 22 Nov 2014
11 Hong Kong P.N.G. Bready 13 Jul 2015
12 Ireland Hong Kong Dublin-M 26 Jul 2015
13 Netherlands Scotland Dublin-M 26 Jul 2015
14 India South Africa Kolkata 08 Oct 2015
15 Ireland Hong Kong Bready 06 Sep 2016
16 India Australia Hyd-RGS 13 Oct 2017

It also provides the third such occasions involving India and in India. All the three occasions are listed below. It is interesting to note that all the three games are home games.

No Team 1 Team 2 Ground Match Date
1 India New Zealand Vizag 08 Sep 2012
2 India South Africa Kolkata 08 Oct 2015
3 India Australia Hyd-RGS 13 Oct 2017

As far as Australia is concerned, it is also the third abandoned T20I. All the three occasions are listed below. It is interesting to note that all the three games are away games.

No Team 1 Team 2 Ground Match Date
1 England Australia Manchester 01 Sep 2009
2 South Africa Australia P Elizabeth 09 Mar 2014
3 India Australia Hyd-RGS 13 Oct 2017

Wicket keeper batsmen dismissed stumped in a Twenty20 International – MS Dhoni joins the list

MS Dhoni was dismissed stumped  for 13 in  the second T20I at Guwahati against Australia on 10.10.17 to provide the 31st occasion of a wicket keeper batsman dismissed stumped  in the history of Twenty20 Internationals. All such occasions are tabulated below.

No Player Runs BF Inns Team Oppn Ground Start Date
1 PD McGlashan 05 12 1 NZl Srl Wellington 22 Dec 2006
2 J Smits 04 10 1 Net Can Belfast 02 Aug 2008
3 TM Dilshan 26 20 1 Srl Can King City (NW) 12 Oct 2008
4 Kamran Akmal 12 08 1 Pak Srl King City (NW) 13 Oct 2008
5 KC Sangakkara 15 16 1 Srl Pak Lord’s 12 Jun 2009
6 NJ O’Brien 31 37 2 Ire Srl Lord’s 14 Jun 2009
7 Kamran Akmal 37 28 2 Pak Srl Lord’s 21 Jun 2009
8 BJ Watling 22 36 2 NZl Pak Dubai (DSC) 12 Nov 2009
9 BJ Haddin 01 03 1 Aus Pak Melbourne 05 Feb 2010
10 MA Ouma 12 14 1 Ken Net Abu Dhabi 11 Feb 2010
11 BJ Haddin 08 07 1 Aus Ind Bridgetown 07 May 2010
12 BJ Haddin 25 20 2 Aus Pak Gros Islet 14 May 2010
13 KC Sangakkara 05 11 2 Srl NZl Lauderhill 23 May 2010
14 Umar Akmal 20 14 1 Pak Ban Dhaka 29 Nov 2011
15 GC Wilson 37 27 2 Ire Ban Belfast 20 Jul 2012
16 BRM Taylor 00 01 2 Zim Srl Hambantota 18 Sep 2012
17 Q de Kock 19 23 1 RSA Srl Hambantota 04 Aug 2013
18 LD Chandimal 14 18 2 Srl RSA Hambantota 06 Aug 2013
19 Q de Kock 29 33 1 RSA Eng Chittagong 29 Mar 2014
20 JJ Atkinson 00 2 2 HKG Nep Colombo (PSS) 24 Nov 2014
21 W Barresi 14 13 1 Net Nep Rotterdam 02 Jul 2015
22 GC Wilson 10 12 1 Ire PNG Belfast 15 Jul 2015
23 R Mutumbami 01 03 2 Zim Afg Sharjah 10 Jan 2016
24 LD Chandimal 31 30 2 Srl Ind Ranchi 12 Feb 2016
25 NJ O’Brien 38 29 1 Ire UAE Abu Dhabi 14 Feb 2016
26 N Dickwella 01 02 1 Srl Ind Visakhapatnam 14 Feb 2016
27 W Barresi 08 05 1 Net Ire Dharamsala 13 Mar 2016
28 JC Buttler 21 14 2 Eng RSA Mumbai 18 Mar 2016
29 D Ramdin 18 24 2 Win Afg Nagpur 27 Mar 2016
30 GC Wilson 01 02 2 Ire Afg Greater Noida 10 Mar 2017
31 MS Dhoni 13 16 1 Ind Aus Guwahati 10 Oct 2017

MS Dhoni not only became the first Indian wicket keeper batsman to be dismissed stumped in a T20I, but also became the first wicket keeper batsman to be dismissed stumped in a T20I against Australia

BRM Taylor of Zimbabwe and JJ Atkinson of Hong Kong are the two wicket keeper batsmen to be dismissed stumped in a T20I without scoring. Of these two, BRM Taylor is the only wicket keeper batsman to be dismissed stumped off the first ball he faced. Both the occasions are tabulated below

No Player Runs BF Inns Team Oppn Ground Start Date
1 BRM Taylor 00 01 2 Zim Srl Hambantota 18 Sep 2012
2 JJ Atkinson 00 02 2 HKG Nep Colombo (PSS) 24 Nov 2014

The following is the list of captain wicketkeepers dismissed stumped in T20Is. There are eight such occasions. KC Sangakkara and LD Chandimal – both from Sri Lanka are dismissed stumped on two occasions.

No Player Runs BF Inns Team Oppn Ground Start Date
1 J Smits 04 10 1 Net Can Belfast 02 Aug 2008
2 KC Sangakkara 15 16 1 Srl Pak Lord’s 12 Jun 2009
3 MA Ouma 12 14 1 Ken Net Abu Dhabi 11 Feb 2010
4 KC Sangakkara 05 11 2 Srl NZl Lauderhill 23 May 2010
5 BRM Taylor 00 01 2 Zim Srl Hambantota 18 Sep 2012
6 LD Chandimal 14 18 2 Srl RSA Hambantota 06 Aug 2013
7 JJ Atkinson 00 2 2 HKG Nep Colombo (PSS) 24 Nov 2014
8 LD Chandimal 31 30 2 Srl Ind Ranchi 12 Feb 2016

 

Captains scoring ducks in Twenty20 Internationals – V Kohli became the first Indian captain to score a duck in a T20I

V Kohli of India collected a duck in the second T20I against Australia at Guwahati on 10.10.17 to provide the 75th occasion of a captain dismissed for a duck in the history of T20 Internationals. All such occasions are tabulated below

No Player Runs BF Inns Team Oppn Ground Start Date
1 MP Vaughan 0 1 1 Eng Aus Southampton 13 Jun 2005
2 RT Ponting 0 3 2 Aus Eng Southampton 13 Jun 2005
3 M Jayawardene 0 1 1 Srl Eng Southampton 15 Jun 2006
4 AJ Strauss 0 2 1 Eng Pak Bristol 28 Aug 2006
5 SO Tikolo 0 2 1 Ken NZl Durban 12 Sep 2007
6 PD Collingwood 0 1 2 Eng RSA Cape Town 16 Sep 2007
7 DL Vettori 0 0 1 NZl Pak Cape Town 22 Sep 2007
8 DJ Bravo 0 1 2 Win RSA Port Elizabeth 16 Dec 2007
9 RR Watson 0 1 2 Sco Ber Belfast 03 Aug 2008
10 WTS Porterfield 0 7 2 Ire Ken Belfast 04 Aug 2008
11 M Jayawardene 0 0 2 Srl Zim King City-NW 10 Oct 2008
12 TM Dilshan 0 1 1 Srl Pak King City-NW 11 Oct 2008
13 RT Ponting 0 1 1 Aus Win The Oval 06 Jun 2009
14 KC Sangakkara 0 2 1 Srl Win The Oval 19 Jun 2009
15 DL Vettori 0 1 1 NZl Srl Col-RPS 02 Sep 2009
16 PD Collingwood 0 4 2 Eng Pak Dubai-DSC 19 Feb 2010
17 P Utseya 0 1 1 Zim Win Port of Spain 28 Feb 2010
18 P Utseya 0 1 1 Zim NZl Providence 04 May 2010
19 PD Collingwood 0 3 1 Eng Ire Providence 04 May 2010
20 Shahid Afridi 0 1 1 Pak Eng Bridgetown 06 May 2010
21 CH Gayle 0 2 2 Win RSA North Sound 20 May 2010
22 Shahid Afridi 0 1 1 Pak Aus Birmingham 05 Jul 2010
23 LRPL Taylor 0 3 2 NZl Pak Christchurch 30 Dec 2010
24 CL White 0 2 1 Aus Eng Melbourne 14 Jan 2011
25 DJG Sammy 0 2 2 Win Ind Port of Spain 04 Jun 2011
26 SCJ Broad 0 3 1 Eng Srl Bristol 25 Jun 2011
27 BB McCullum 0 1 2 NZl Zim Auckland 11 Feb 2012
28 Rizwan Cheema 0 2 2 Can Net Dubai-DSC 13 Mar 2012
29 GD Drummond 0 0 1 Sco Ken ICCA Dubai 13 Mar 2012
30 CO Obuya 0 2 1 Ken Ire Dubai-DSC 14 Mar 2012
31 Nawroz Mangal 0 1 1 Afg Can ICCA Dubai 18 Mar 2012
32 WTS Porterfield 0 1 2 Ire Afg Dubai-DSC 24 Mar 2012
33 Mohd Hafeez 0 1 2 Pak Srl Hambantota 01 Jun 2012
34 BRM Taylor 0 1 2 Zim Srl Hambantota 18 Sep 2012
35 WTS Porterfield 0 1 1 Ire Aus Col-RPS 19 Sep 2012
36 WTS Porterfield 0 1 1 Ire Win Col-RPS 24 Sep 2012
37 BRM Taylor 0 3 1 Zim Win North Sound 02 Mar 2013
38 CO Obuya 0 1 1 Ken Can ICCA Dubai 15 Mar 2013
39 CO Obuya 0 1 2 Ken Sco Aberdeen 04 Jul 2013
40 GJ Bailey 0 3 1 Aus Ind Rajkot 10 Oct 2013
41 Mohd Hafeez 0 2 1 Pak RSA Dubai-DSC 13 Nov 2013
42 Mohd Hafeez 0 1 2 Pak RSA Dubai-DSC 15 Nov 2013
43 PW Borren 0 7 1 Net Srl Chittagong 24 Mar 2014
44 SL Malinga 0 1 1 Srl NZl Chittagong 31 Mar 2014
45 BB McCullum 0 5 2 NZl Srl Chittagong 31 Mar 2014
46 P Khadka 0 1 1 Nep HKG Col-PSS 24 Nov 2014
47 JJ Atkinson 0 2 2 HKG Nep Col-PSS 24 Nov 2014
48 KS Williamson 0 1 1 NZl Pak Dubai-DSC 04 Dec 2014
49 Tanwir Afzal 0 1 2 HKG Afg Dublin-M 21 Jul 2015
50 Asghar Stanikzai 0 5 2 Afg Oman Dublin 25 Jul 2015
51 E Chigumbura 0 1 1 Zim Ban Dhaka 13 Nov 2015
52 Mashrafe Mortaza 0 1 1 Ban Zim Dhaka 15 Nov 2015
53 E Chigumbura 0 2 2 Zim Ban Dhaka 15 Nov 2015
54 Sultan Ahmed 0 1 1 Oman UAE. Abu Dhabi 22 Nov 2015
55 Shahid Afridi 0 2 2 Pak Eng Dubai-DSC 26 Nov 2015
56 Sultan Ahmed 0 1 2 Oman Afg Abu Dhabi 30 Nov 2015
57 E Chigumbura 0 2 2 Zim Afg Sharjah 10 Jan 2016
58 Sultan Ahmed 0 1 2 Oman UAE. Dhaka 22 Feb 2016
59 Mashrafe Mortaza 0 1 2 Ban Ind Dhaka 24 Feb 2016
60 Mashrafe Mortaza 0 3 1 Ban UAE. Dhaka 26 Feb 2016
61 Shahid Afridi 0 2 1 Pak Ban Dhaka 02 Mar 2016
62 Amjad Javed 0 1 1 UAE Ind Dhaka 03 Mar 2016
63 Mashrafe Mortaza 0 1 1 Ban Ind Dhaka 06 Mar 2016
64 Asghar Stanikzai 0 2 1 Afg Zim Nagpur 12 Mar 2016
65 Tanwir Afzal 0 4 1 HKG Sco Nagpur 12 Mar 2016
66 EJG Morgan 0 1 1 Eng Afg Delhi 23 Mar 2016
67 DJG Sammy 0 1 2 Win RSA Nagpur 25 Mar 2016
68 EJG Morgan 0 1 2 Eng NZl Delhi 30 Mar 2016
69 CR Brathwaite 0 2 1 Win Pak Dubai-DSC 23 Sep 2016
70 WTS Porterfield 0 9 1 Ire UAE. Dubai-DSC 18 Jan 2017
71 PW Borren 0 3 2 Net HKG Dubai-DSC 18 Jan 2017
72 WU Tharanga 0 2 2 Srl Aus Melbourne 17 Feb 2017
73 Mashrafe Mortaza 0 1 1 Ban Srl Col-RPS 06 Apr 2017
74 Sarfraz Ahmed 0 1 1 Pak Wrd Lahore 13 Sep 2017
75 V Kohli 0 2 1 Ind Aus Guwahati 10 Oct 2017

V Kohli became the first Indian captain to be dismissed for a duck  in T20Is and also became the fifth captain to suffer such an ignominy against Australia in a T20I. The particulars of the five captains are detailed below

No Player Runs BF Inns Team Oppn Ground Start Date
1 MP Vaughan 0 1 1 Eng Aus Southampton 13 Jun 2005
2 Shahid Afridi 0 1 1 Pak Aus Birmingham 05 Jul 2010
3 WTS Porterfield 0 1 1 Ire Aus Col-RPS 19 Sep 2012
4 WU Tharanga 0 2 2 Srl Aus Melbourne 17 Feb 2017
5 V Kohli 0 2 1 Ind Aus Guwahati 10 Oct 2017

Mashrafe Mortaza of Bangladesh and WTS Porterfield of Ireland share the record of scoring most ducks in T20I. Both the captains are dismissed  for  five  ducks. The following table details the particulars

No Player Runs BF Inns Team Oppn Ground Start Date
1 Mashrafe Mortaza 0 1 1 Ban Zim Dhaka 15 Nov 2015
2 Mashrafe Mortaza 0 1 2 Ban Ind Dhaka 24 Feb 2016
3 Mashrafe Mortaza 0 3 1 Ban UAE. Dhaka 26 Feb 2016
4 Mashrafe Mortaza 0 1 1 Ban Ind Dhaka 06 Mar 2016
5 Mashrafe Mortaza 0 1 1 Ban Srl Col-RPS 06 Apr 2017
                 
1 WTS Porterfield 0 7 2 Ire Ken Belfast 04 Aug 2008
2 WTS Porterfield 0 1 2 Ire Afg Dubai-DSC 24 Mar 2012
3 WTS Porterfield 0 1 1 Ire Aus Col-RPS 19 Sep 2012
4 WTS Porterfield 0 1 1 Ire Win Col-RPS 24 Sep 2012
5 WTS Porterfield 0 9 1 Ire UAE. Dubai-DSC 18 Jan 2017

The following table furnishes the list of captains dismissed for a duck – ball wise.

No Player Runs BF Inns Team Oppn Ground Start Date
1 DL Vettori 0 0 1 NZl Pak Cape Town 22 Sep 2007
2 M Jayawardene 0 0 2 Srl Zim King City-NW 10 Oct 2008
3 GD Drummond 0 0 1 Sco Ken ICCA Dubai 13 Mar 2012
                 
1 MP Vaughan 0 1 1 Eng Aus Southampton 13 Jun 2005
2 M Jayawardene 0 1 1 Srl Eng Southampton 15 Jun 2006
3 PD Collingwood 0 1 2 Eng RSA Cape Town 16 Sep 2007
4 DJ Bravo 0 1 2 Win RSA Port Elizabeth 16 Dec 2007
5 RR Watson 0 1 2 Sco Ber Belfast 03 Aug 2008
6 TM Dilshan 0 1 1 Srl Pak King City-NW 11 Oct 2008
7 RT Ponting 0 1 1 Aus Win The Oval 06 Jun 2009
8 DL Vettori 0 1 1 NZl Srl Col-RPS 02 Sep 2009
9 P Utseya 0 1 1 Zim Win Port of Spain 28 Feb 2010
10 P Utseya 0 1 1 Zim NZl Providence 04 May 2010
11 Shahid Afridi 0 1 1 Pak Eng Bridgetown 06 May 2010
12 Shahid Afridi 0 1 1 Pak Aus Birmingham 05 Jul 2010
13 BB McCullum 0 1 2 NZl Zim Auckland 11 Feb 2012
14 Nawroz Mangal 0 1 1 Afg Can ICCA Dubai 18 Mar 2012
15 WTS Porterfield 0 1 2 Ire Afg Dubai-DSC 24 Mar 2012
16 Mohd Hafeez 0 1 2 Pak Srl Hambantota 01 Jun 2012
17 BRM Taylor 0 1 2 Zim Srl Hambantota 18 Sep 2012
18 WTS Porterfield 0 1 1 Ire Aus Col-RPS 19 Sep 2012
19 WTS Porterfield 0 1 1 Ire Win Col-RPS 24 Sep 2012
20 CO Obuya 0 1 1 Ken Can ICCA Dubai 15 Mar 2013
21 CO Obuya 0 1 2 Ken Sco Aberdeen 04 Jul 2013
22 Mohd Hafeez 0 1 2 Pak RSA Dubai-DSC 15 Nov 2013
23 SL Malinga 0 1 1 Srl NZl Chittagong 31 Mar 2014
24 P Khadka 0 1 1 Nep HKG Col-PSS 24 Nov 2014
25 KS Williamson 0 1 1 NZl Pak Dubai-DSC 04 Dec 2014
26 Tanwir Afzal 0 1 2 HKG Afg Dublin-M 21 Jul 2015
27 E Chigumbura 0 1 1 Zim Ban Dhaka 13 Nov 2015
28 Mashrafe Mortaza 0 1 1 Ban Zim Dhaka 15 Nov 2015
29 Sultan Ahmed 0 1 1 Oman UAE. Abu Dhabi 22 Nov 2015
30 Sultan Ahmed 0 1 2 Oman Afg Abu Dhabi 30 Nov 2015
31 Sultan Ahmed 0 1 2 Oman UAE. Dhaka 22 Feb 2016
32 Mashrafe Mortaza 0 1 2 Ban Ind Dhaka 24 Feb 2016
33 Amjad Javed 0 1 1 UAE Ind Dhaka 03 Mar 2016
34 Mashrafe Mortaza 0 1 1 Ban Ind Dhaka 06 Mar 2016
35 EJG Morgan 0 1 1 Eng Afg Delhi 23 Mar 2016
36 DJG Sammy 0 1 2 Win RSA Nagpur 25 Mar 2016
37 EJG Morgan 0 1 2 Eng NZl Delhi 30 Mar 2016
38 Mashrafe Mortaza 0 1 1 Ban Srl Col-RPS 06 Apr 2017
39 Sarfraz Ahmed 0 1 1 Pak Wrd Lahore 13 Sep 2017
                 
1 AJ Strauss 0 2 1 Eng Pak Bristol 28 Aug 2006
2 SO Tikolo 0 2 1 Ken NZl Durban 12 Sep 2007
3 KC Sangakkara 0 2 1 Srl Win The Oval 19 Jun 2009
4 CH Gayle 0 2 2 Win RSA North Sound 20 May 2010
5 CL White 0 2 1 Aus Eng Melbourne 14 Jan 2011
6 DJG Sammy 0 2 2 Win Ind Port of Spain 04 Jun 2011
7 Rizwan Cheema 0 2 2 Can Net Dubai-DSC 13 Mar 2012
8 CO Obuya 0 2 1 Ken Ire Dubai-DSC 14 Mar 2012
9 Mohd Hafeez 0 2 1 Pak RSA Dubai-DSC 13 Nov 2013
10 JJ Atkinson 0 2 2 HKG Nep Col-PSS 24 Nov 2014
11 E Chigumbura 0 2 2 Zim Ban Dhaka 15 Nov 2015
12 Shahid Afridi 0 2 2 Pak Eng Dubai-DSC 26 Nov 2015
13 E Chigumbura 0 2 2 Zim Afg Sharjah 10 Jan 2016
14 Shahid Afridi 0 2 1 Pak Ban Dhaka 02 Mar 2016
15 Asghar Stanikzai 0 2 1 Afg Zim Nagpur 12 Mar 2016
16 CR Brathwaite 0 2 1 Win Pak Dubai-DSC 23 Sep 2016
17 WU Tharanga 0 2 2 Srl Aus Melbourne 17 Feb 2017
18 V Kohli 0 2 1 Ind Aus Guwahati 10 Oct 2017
                 
1 RT Ponting 0 3 2 Aus Eng Southampton 13 Jun 2005
2 PD Collingwood 0 3 1 Eng Ire Providence 04 May 2010
3 LRPL Taylor 0 3 2 NZl Pak Christchurch 30 Dec 2010
4 SCJ Broad 0 3 1 Eng Srl Bristol 25 Jun 2011
5 BRM Taylor 0 3 1 Zim Win North Sound 02 Mar 2013
6 GJ Bailey 0 3 1 Aus Ind Rajkot 10 Oct 2013
7 Mashrafe Mortaza 0 3 1 Ban UAE. Dhaka 26 Feb 2016
8 PW Borren 0 3 2 Net HKG Dubai-DSC 18 Jan 2017
                 
1 PD Collingwood 0 4 2 Eng Pak Dubai-DSC 19 Feb 2010
2 Tanwir Afzal 0 4 1 HKG Sco Nagpur 12 Mar 2016
                 
1 BB McCullum 0 5 2 NZl Srl Chittagong 31 Mar 2014
2 Asghar Stanikzai 0 5 2 Afg Oman Dublin 25 Jul 2015
                 
1 WTS Porterfield 0 7 2 Ire Ken Belfast 04 Aug 2008
2 PW Borren 0 7 1 Net Srl Chittagong 24 Mar 2014
                 
1 WTS Porterfield 0 9 1 Ire UAE. Dubai-DSC 18 Jan 2017

V Kohli was dismissed for a duck after facing two deliveries. His two ball duck provides the 18th occasion of a captain collecting a two ball duck in the history of T20Is. All such occasions are tabulated below

No Player Runs BF Inns Team Oppn Ground Start Date
1 AJ Strauss 0 2 1 Eng Pak Bristol 28 Aug 2006
2 SO Tikolo 0 2 1 Ken NZl Durban 12 Sep 2007
3 KC Sangakkara 0 2 1 Srl Win The Oval 19 Jun 2009
4 CH Gayle 0 2 2 Win RSA North Sound 20 May 2010
5 CL White 0 2 1 Aus Eng Melbourne 14 Jan 2011
6 DJG Sammy 0 2 2 Win Ind Port of Spain 04 Jun 2011
7 Rizwan Cheema 0 2 2 Can Net Dubai-DSC 13 Mar 2012
8 CO Obuya 0 2 1 Ken Ire Dubai-DSC 14 Mar 2012
9 Mohd Hafeez 0 2 1 Pak RSA Dubai-DSC 13 Nov 2013
10 JJ Atkinson 0 2 2 HKG Nep Col-PSS 24 Nov 2014
11 E Chigumbura 0 2 2 Zim Ban Dhaka 15 Nov 2015
12 Shahid Afridi 0 2 2 Pak Eng Dubai-DSC 26 Nov 2015
13 E Chigumbura 0 2 2 Zim Afg Sharjah 10 Jan 2016
14 Shahid Afridi 0 2 1 Pak Ban Dhaka 02 Mar 2016
15 Asghar Stanikzai 0 2 1 Afg Zim Nagpur 12 Mar 2016
16 CR Brathwaite 0 2 1 Win Pak Dubai-DSC 23 Sep 2016
17 WU Tharanga 0 2 2 Srl Aus Melbourne 17 Feb 2017
18 V Kohli 0 2 1 Ind Aus Guwahati 10 Oct 2017

There are four occasions of rival captains scoring ducks in T20Is. All such occasions are detailed below

No No Player Runs BF Inns Team Oppn Ground Start Date
1 1 MP Vaughan 0 1 1 Eng Aus Southampton 13 Jun 2005
  2 RT Ponting 0 3 2 Aus Eng Southampton 13 Jun 2005
                   
2 1 SL Malinga 0 1 1 Srl NZl Chittagong 31 Mar 2014
  2 BB McCullum 0 5 2 NZl Srl Chittagong 31 Mar 2014
                   
3 1 P Khadka 0 1 1 Nep HKG Col-PSS 24 Nov 2014
  2 JJ Atkinson 0 2 2 HKG Nep Col-PSS 24 Nov 2014
                   
4 1 Mashrafe Mortaza 0 1 1 Ban Zim Dhaka 15 Nov 2015
  2 E Chigumbura 0 2 2 Zim Ban Dhaka 15 Nov 2015

 

Australia win the second T20I at Guwahati by eight wickets

JP Behrendarff captured 4 for 21 against India at Guwahati in the second T20i to provide the 139th occasion of a bowler capturing four or more wickets in the history of T20Is. It also provides the eighth occasion of an Australian bowler accomplishing such a feat. All such occasions are tabulated below

No Player Overs M Runs W Inns Opposition Ground Start Date
1 MS Kasprowicz 4.0 0 29 4 2 v New Zealand Auckland 17 Feb 2005
2 SR Clark 4.0 0 20 4 1 v Sri Lanka Cape Town 20 Sep 2007
3 DP Nannes 4.0 0 18 4 2 v Bangladesh Bridgetown 05 May 2010
4 SR Watson 4.0 0 15 4 2 v England Adelaide 12 Jan 2011
5 NM Coulter-Nile 4.0 0 31 4 2 v England Hobart 29 Jan 2014
6 JR Hazlewood 4.0 0 30 4 1 v England Melbourne 31 Jan 2014
7 JP Faulkner 4.0 0 27 5 2 v Pakistan Mohali 25 Mar 2016
8 JP Behrendorff 4.0 0 21 4 1 v India Guwahati 10 Oct 2017

JP Behrendarff captured 4 for 21 against India at Guwahati in the second T20i to provide provide the eighth occasion of a bowler capturing four wickets against India in a T20I game. All such occasions are tabulated below

No Player O M Runs W Inns Team Oppn Ground Start Date
1 Mohammad Asif 4.0 0 18 4 1 Pak Ind Durban 14 Sep 2007
2 DL Vettori 4.0 0 20 4 2 NZl Ind Johannesburg 16 Sep 2007
3 DJ Bravo 4.0 0 38 4 1 Win Ind Lord’s 12 Jun 2009
4 DJG Sammy 4.0 0 16 4 1 Win Ind Port of Spain 04 Jun 2011
5 JW Dernbach 3.4 0 22 4 1 Eng Ind Manchester 31 Aug 2011
6 Umar Gul 4.0 0 37 4 1 Pak Ind Ahmedabad 28 Dec 2012
7 MJ Santner 4.0 0 11 4 2 NZl Ind Nagpur 15 Mar 2016
8 JP Behrendorff 4.0 0 21 4 1 Aus Ind Guwahati 10 Oct 2017

JP Behrendorff became the first Australian bowler to capture four wickets in a T20I against India. Prior to this  four bowlers had captured three  wickets against India in T20I

No Player Overs M Runs W Inns Opposition Ground Start Date
1 JP Behrendorff 4.0 0 21 4 1 v India Guwahati 10 Oct 2017
2 NW Bracken 2.3 1 11 3 1 v India Melbourne 01 Feb 2008
3 SW Tait 3.4 0 21 3 2 v India Bridgetown 07 May 2010
4 DP Nannes 4.0 0 25 3 2 v India Bridgetown 07 May 2010
5 SR Watson 4.0 0 34 3 1 v India Colombo (RPS) 28 Sep 2012

JP Behrendorff’s 4 for 21 in this game represent the best bowling figures by an Australian bowler against India. Previous best was 3 for 11 by NW Bracken at Melbourne on 01.02.08

No Player Overs M Runs W Inns Opposition Ground Start Date
1 JP Behrendorff 4.0 0 21 4 1 v India Guwahati 10 Oct 2017
2 NW Bracken 2.3 1 11 3 1 v India Melbourne 01 Feb 2008

V Kohli was dismissed for a duck in this game to provide the 75th occasion of a captain scoring a duck in the history of T20 Internationals. V Kohli became the first Indian captain to suffer such an ignominy. He also became the fifth captain to score a duck against Australia in T20Is. The following table lists the five captains

No Player Runs Inns Team Oppn Ground Start Date
1 MP Vaughan 0 1 Eng Aus Southampton 13 Jun 2005
2 Shahid Afridi 0 1 Pak Aus Birmingham 05 Jul 2010
3 WTS Porterfield 0 1 Ire Aus Colombo (RPS) 19 Sep 2012
4 WU Tharanga 0 2 Srl Aus Melbourne 17 Feb 2017
5 V Kohli 0 1 Ind Aus Guwahati 10 Oct 2017

 

MS Dhoni was dismissed stumped in this game to provide the 31st occasion of a wicket keeper batsman dismissed stumped in the history of T20 Internationals. MS Dhoni became the first Indian wicket keeper batsman to be dismissed stumped in a T20I. He also became the first wicket keeper batsman to be dismissed stumped against Australia in a T20I.

India was dismissed all out for 118 in this game to provide the 199th occasion of a team dismissed all out in  a T20I game. It also provides the seventh occasion of India dismissed all out in a T20I. All such occasions are tabulated below

No Team Score Overs Inns Opposition Ground Start Date
1 India 74 17.3 1 v Australia Melbourne 01 Feb 2008
2 India 135 17.4 2 v Australia Bridgetown 07 May 2010
3 India 165 19.4 1 v England Manchester 31 Aug 2011
4 India 92 17.2 1 v South Africa Cuttack 05 Oct 2015
5 India 101 18.5 1 v Sri Lanka Pune 09 Feb 2016
6 India 79 18.1 2 v New Zealand Nagpur 15 Mar 2016
7 India 118 20.0 1 v Australia Guwahati 10 Oct 2017

India was dismissed all out for 118 in this game to provide the 199th occasion of a team dismissed all out in a T20I game. It also provides the seventh occasion of India dismissed all out in a T20I. All such occasions are tabulated below

No Team Score Overs Inns Opposition Ground Start Date
1 India 74 17.3 1 v Australia Melbourne 01 Feb 2008
2 India 135 17.4 2 v Australia Bridgetown 07 May 2010
3 India 165 19.4 1 v England Manchester 31 Aug 2011
4 India 92 17.2 1 v South Africa Cuttack 05 Oct 2015
5 India 101 18.5 1 v Sri Lanka Pune 09 Feb 2016
6 India 79 18.1 2 v New Zealand Nagpur 15 Mar 2016
7 India 118 20.0 1 v Australia Guwahati 10 Oct 2017

India was dismissed all out for 118 in this game to provide the third occasion of India dismissed all out in a T20I game against Australia. All such occasions are tabulated below

No Team Score Overs Inns Opposition Ground Start Date
1 India 74 17.3 1 v Australia Melbourne 01 Feb 2008
2 India 135 17.4 2 v Australia Bridgetown 07 May 2010
3 India 165 19.4 1 v England Manchester 31 Aug 2011
4 India 92 17.2 1 v South Africa Cuttack 05 Oct 2015
5 India 101 18.5 1 v Sri Lanka Pune 09 Feb 2016
6 India 79 18.1 2 v New Zealand Nagpur 15 Mar 2016
7 India 118 20.0 1 v Australia Guwahati 10 Oct 2017

 

India was dismissed all out for 118 on the last ball of its innings {20.0 overs} to provide the 27th occasion of a team dismissed all out on the last ball of its innings. All such occasions are tabulated below. India was dismissed all out on the last ball of its innings for the first occasion in a T20I.

 

No Team Score Overs Inns Opposition Ground Start Date
1 New Zealand 170 20.0 2 v Australia Auckland 17 Feb 2005
2 Sri Lanka 163 20.0 1 v England Southampton 15 Jun 2006
3 England 135 20.0 1 v Australia Cape Town 14 Sep 2007
4 New Zealand 190 20.0 1 v India Johannesburg 16 Sep 2007
5 Scotland 117 20.0 1 v Ireland Belfast 02 Aug 2008
6 Bermuda 70 20.0 1 v Canada Belfast 05 Aug 2008
7 Canada 138 20.0 2 v Sri Lanka King City (NW) 12 Oct 2008
8 New Zealand 118 20.0 1 v Australia Wellington 26 Feb 2010
9 Australia 191 20.0 1 v Pakistan Gros Islet 02 May 2010
10 Pakistan 157 20.0 2 v Australia Gros Islet 02 May 2010
11 Kenya 107 20.0 1 v Ireland Mombasa 22 Feb 2012
12 Kenya 164 20.0 2 v Scotland ICCA Dubai 13 Mar 2012
13 Bangladesh 128 20.0 1 v Netherlands The Hague 26 Jul 2012
14 Australia 175 20.0 2 v Pakistan Dhaka 23 Mar 2014
15 Nepal 72 20.0 1 v Hong Kong Colombo (PSS) 24 Nov 2014
16 Nepal 109 20.0 1 v Hong Kong Belfast 15 Jul 2015
17 Sri Lanka 139 20.0 2 v West Indies Colombo (RPS) 11 Nov 2015
18 Pakistan 146 20.0 2 v England Dubai (DSC) 26 Nov 2015
19 New Zealand 155 20.0 2 v Pakistan Auckland 15 Jan 2016
20 Afghanistan 172 20.0 2 v South Africa Mumbai 20 Mar 2016
21 Sri Lanka 140 20.0 1 v England Southampton 05 Jul 2016
22 Oman 133 20.0 1 v Scotland Dubai (DSC) 19 Jan 2017
23 Australia 173 20.0 1 v Sri Lanka Geelong 19 Feb 2017
24 Pakistan 132 20.0 1 v West Indies Port of Spain 30 Mar 2017
25 P.N.G. 150 20.0 2 v U.A.E. Abu Dhabi 14 Apr 2017
26 Afghanistan 110 20.0 1 v West Indies Basseterre 02 Jun 2017
27 India 118 20.0 1 v Australia Guwahati 10 Oct 2017

India was dismissed all out for 118 on the last ball of its innings {20.0 overs} to provide the fifth occasion of a team dismissed all out on the last ball of its innings against Australia. All such occasions are tabulated below.

No Team Score Overs Inns Opposition Ground Start Date
1 New Zealand 170 20.0 2 v Australia Auckland 17 Feb 2005
2 England 135 20.0 1 v Australia Cape Town 14 Sep 2007
3 New Zealand 118 20.0 1 v Australia Wellington 26 Feb 2010
4 Pakistan 157 20.0 2 v Australia Gros Islet 02 May 2010
5 India 118 20.0 1 v Australia Guwahati 10 Oct 2017

TM Head-MC Henriques added 109 runs in an unfinished partnership in this game to provide the 112th occasion of batsmen posting a three figure partnership in T20Is. It also provides the 23rd such occasion for the third wicket.

TM Head-MC Henriques added 109 runs in an unfinished partnership in this game to provide the 15th occasion of Australian batsmen posting a three figure partnership in T20Is. It also provides the fifth such occasion for the third wicket.

TM Head-MC Henriques added 109 runs in an unfinished partnership in this game to provide the third occasion of Australian batsmen posting a three figure partnership against India in T20Is. It also provides the first such occasion for the third wicket.

TM Head-MC Henriques added 109 runs in an unfinished partnership in this game which represents the record partnership for the third wicket by Australian batsmen against India in T20Is. The previous best partnership was 66 runs between ML Hayden and A Symonds at Durban on 22.09.07

Australia won this game by eight wickets to represent its 48th win in T20Is. It also represents its 26th win by wickets margin.

No Team Res Margin BR Opposition Ground Start Date
1 Australia won 10 wickets 58 v Sri Lanka Cape Town 20 Sep 2007
2 Australia won 9 wickets 31 v India Colombo (RPS) 28 Sep 2012
3 Australia won 9 wickets 37 v Bangladesh Cape Town 16 Sep 2007
4 Australia won 9 wickets 52 v India Melbourne 01 Feb 2008
5 Australia won 8 wickets 31 v England Melbourne 31 Jan 2014
6 Australia won 8 wickets 27 v India Guwahati 10 Oct 2017
7 Australia won 8 wickets 31 v England Cape Town 14 Sep 2007
8 Australia won 8 wickets 50 v West Indies Sydney 23 Feb 2010
9 Australia won 8 wickets 11 v West Indies Gros Islet 27 Mar 2012
10 Australia won 8 wickets 14 v South Africa Colombo (RPS) 30 Sep 2012
11 Australia won 7 wickets 44 v South Africa Melbourne 07 Nov 2014
12 Australia won 7 wickets 29 v Ireland Colombo (RPS) 19 Sep 2012
13 Australia won 7 wickets 15 v Bangladesh Dhaka 01 Apr 2014
14 Australia won 6 wickets 36 v Pakistan Dubai (DSC) 05 Oct 2014
15 Australia won 6 wickets 30 v South Africa Centurion 14 Mar 2014
16 Australia won 6 wickets 7 v South Africa Brisbane 13 Jan 2009
17 Australia won 6 wickets 4 v South Africa Cape Town 09 Mar 2016
18 Australia won 6 wickets 24 v New Zealand Wellington 26 Feb 2010
19 Australia won 6 wickets 22 v West Indies Gros Islet 11 May 2010
20 Australia won 5 wickets 0 v South Africa Johannesburg 06 Mar 2016
21 Australia won 5 wickets 2 v South Africa Durban 12 Mar 2014
22 Australia won 5 wickets 3 v South Africa Cape Town 13 Oct 2011
23 Australia won 4 wickets 13 v Sri Lanka Colombo (RPS) 09 Sep 2016
24 Australia won 3 wickets 9 v Bangladesh Bengaluru 21 Mar 2016
25 Australia won 3 wickets 1 v Pakistan Gros Islet 14 May 2010
26 Australia won 2 wickets 1 v South Africa Sydney 09 Nov 2014

Australia won this game by eight wickets to represent its third win in T20Is against India by wickets margin. All such occasions are tabulated below

No Team Res Margin BR Opposition Ground Start Date
1 Australia won 9 wickets 31 v India Colombo (RPS) 28 Sep 2012
2 Australia won 9 wickets 52 v India Melbourne 01 Feb 2008
3 Australia won 8 wickets 27 v India Guwahati 10 Oct 2017

Australia won this game by eight wickets to provide its sixth win by exact eight wickets margin All such occasions are tabulated below

No Team Res Margin BR Opposition Ground Start Date
1 Australia won 8 wickets 31 v England Cape Town 14 Sep 2007
2 Australia won 8 wickets 50 v West Indies Sydney 23 Feb 2010
3 Australia won 8 wickets 11 v West Indies Gros Islet 27 Mar 2012
4 Australia won 8 wickets 14 v South Africa Colombo (RPS) 30 Sep 2012
5 Australia won 8 wickets 31 v England Melbourne 31 Jan 2014
6 Australia won 8 wickets 27 v India Guwahati 10 Oct 2017

India lost this game by eight wickets to provide its 32nd loss in T20Is. It also provides the 18th loss by wickets margin. All such occasions are tabulated below. It also provides its  first loss by exact eight wickets margin.

No Team Res Margin BR Opposition Ground Start Date
1 India lost 9 wickets 9 v West Indies Kingston 09 Jul 2017
2 India lost 9 wickets 52 v Australia Melbourne 01 Feb 2008
3 India lost 9 wickets 31 v Australia Colombo (RPS) 28 Sep 2012
4 India lost 8 wickets 27 v Australia Guwahati 10 Oct 2017
5 India lost 7 wickets 2 v West Indies Mumbai 31 Mar 2016
6 India lost 7 wickets 8 v West Indies Lord’s 12 Jun 2009
7 India lost 7 wickets 11 v England Kanpur 26 Jan 2017
8 India lost 7 wickets 7 v New Zealand Christchurch 25 Feb 2009
9 India lost 7 wickets 2 v South Africa Dharamsala 02 Oct 2015
10 India lost 6 wickets 17 v South Africa Cuttack 05 Oct 2015
11 India lost 6 wickets 3 v England Manchester 31 Aug 2011
12 India lost 6 wickets 13 v Sri Lanka Dhaka 06 Apr 2014
13 India lost 6 wickets 8 v England Kolkata 29 Oct 2011
14 India lost 6 wickets 0 v England Mumbai 22 Dec 2012
15 India lost 5 wickets 0 v Sri Lanka Gros Islet 11 May 2010
16 India lost 5 wickets 0 v New Zealand Wellington 27 Feb 2009
17 India lost 5 wickets 2 v Pakistan Bengaluru 25 Dec 2012
18 India lost 5 wickets 12 v Sri Lanka Pune 09 Feb 2016

Starc out : Faulkner, Christian in for India series

Faulkner and Christian back for limited-overs series in India

Mitchell Starc will miss Australia’s limited-overs tour of India due to a slower-than-expected recovery from an injury to his right foot.

Australia’s selectors have named a 14-man ODI squad and a 13-man T20 group for the tour, with the uncapped Hilton Cartwright in line for a one-day debut and fast bowler Jason Behrendorff a chance of making his Australia debut in T20s.

Notably, Tim Paine was preferred as wicketkeeper in the T20 side ahead of Matthew Wade, while there was also a T20 recall for allrounder Daniel Christian, who last played for Australia in 2014.

Fellow allrounder James Faulkner has returned to the ODI squad, along with spin-bowling allrounder Ashton Agar, and fast bowler Nathan Coulter-Nile, who is returning from a back injury.

“Nathan brings raw pace to the side with good variation,” national selector Trevor Hohns said. “It is great to see him back from injury and we are hopeful he will have a big impact in this series.

“James Faulkner is a solid one-day campaigner and is very familiar with subcontinent conditions, coming off a very good tour of Sri Lanka last year. We hope that he will take his chance in returning to the one-day side. Hilton is an aggressive striker of the ball and we think his game will be well suited to the transition to short-form cricket.”

National T20 selector Mark Waugh said: “The overall standards being set in the BBL and also the IPL are very high and the players selected have impressed in these tournaments. Jason [Behrendorff] has been a stand-out performer for the Scorchers for a number of seasons and deserves his chance at this level.

“Dan [Christian] is a very experienced allrounder who can be a very dangerous batsman. He had a solid IPL season this year and we believe his bowling will be well suited to the conditions we will face in India. Tim Paine has been called-up following his successful home T20 international and Big Bash campaigns.”

Paine made his international return in February this year, playing a series of home T20s against Sri Lanka while the Test squad was already in India, and these marked his first international games for nearly six years.

Starc suffered stress fractures of the foot during Australia’s Test tour of India earlier this year, and upon returning from the Champions Trophy in England it was discovered they had not fully healed. He was left out of Australia’s Test squad to tour Bangladesh, with the intention of being fit for the series in India, but Australia are now targeting the Ashes for his international return.

“Mitchell Starc has been excluded from the two squads as he continues his return from a right foot injury,” team physio David Beakley said. “We have recently reviewed the progress of Mitchell’s right foot injury and the healing process has been slower than we would have liked.

“Consequently, in order to ensure his best possible preparation for the Ashes, he will be unavailable for the tour of India and will continue his rehab in Australia with an aim to have him play for New South Wales in the domestic one-day cup.”

The tour of India will take place between September 17 and October 13.

ODI squad: Steven Smith (capt), David Warner, Ashton Agar, Hilton Cartwright, Nathan Coulter-Nile, Patrick Cummins, James Faulkner, Aaron Finch, Josh Hazlewood, Travis Head, Glenn Maxwell, Marcus Stoinis, Matthew Wade (wk), Adam Zampa

T20 squad: Steven Smith (capt), David Warner (vice-capt), Jason Behrendorff, Dan Christian, Nathan Coulter-Nile, Patrick Cummins, Aaron Finch, Travis Head, Moises Henriques, Glenn Maxwell, Tim Paine (wk), Kane Richardson, Adam Zampa

Article Courtesy – ESPNCricinfo.com

 

DJ Malan of England joins the elite list of batsmen who have scored 50 plus runs on a T20I debut.

DJ Malan became the first England batsman to score a fifty on T20I debut

DJ Malan of England scored 78 against South Africa at Cardiff on 25 Jun 17 to provide the 15th occasion of a batsman scoring 50 plus runs on debut in the history of T20 Internationals. All such occasions are tabulated below

 

No Player Runs Inns Team Oppn Ground Start Date
1 RT Ponting 98* 1 Aus NZl Auckland 17 Feb 2005
2 SB Styris 66 2 NZl Aus Auckland 17 Feb 2005
3 GC Smith 61 1 RSA NZl Johannesburg 21 Oct 2005
4 DS Smith 61 1 Win Eng The Oval 28 Jun 2007
5 MN Samuels 51 1 Win Eng The Oval 28 Jun 2007
6 Junaid Siddique 71 1 Ban Pak Cape Town 20 Sep 2007
7 RN ten Doeschate 56 1 Net Ken Belfast 02 Aug 2008
8 DA Warner 89 1 Aus RSA Melbourne 11 Jan 2009
9 AJ Redmond 63 1 NZl Ire Nottingham 11 Jun 2009
10 H Patel 88* 1 Can Ire Colombo (SSC) 03 Feb 2010
11 AM Rahane 61 1 Ind Eng Manchester 31 Aug 2011
12 AP Devcich 59 1 NZl Ban Dhaka 06 Nov 2013
13 RR Rossouw 78 2 RSA Aus Adelaide 05 Nov 2014
14 GH Worker 62 1 NZl Zim Harare 09 Aug 2015
15 DJ Malan 78 1 Eng RSA Cardiff 25 Jun 2017

 

DJ Malan of England scored 78 against South Africa at Cardiff on 25 Jun 17 to provide the fifth occasion of a batsman scoring 75 plus runs on debut in the history of T20 Internationals. All such occasions are tabulated below

 

No Player Runs Inns Team Oppn Ground Start Date
1 RT Ponting 98* 1 Aus NZl Auckland 17 Feb 2005
2 DA Warner 89 1 Aus RSA Melbourne 11 Jan 2009
3 H Patel 88* 1 Can Ire Colombo (SSC) 03 Feb 2010
4 RR Rossouw 78 2 RSA Aus Adelaide 05 Nov 2014
5 DJ Malan 78 1 Eng RSA Cardiff 25 Jun 2017

 

DJ Malan became  the second batsman to score fifty plus runs on debut against South Africa in a T20I after DA Warner of Australia. DA Warner had scored 89 against South Africa at Melbourne on 11 Jan 09

 

No Player Runs Inns Team Oppn Ground Start Date
1 DA Warner 89 1 Aus RSA Melbourne 11 Jan 2009
2 DJ Malan 78 1 Eng RSA Cardiff 25 Jun 2017

 

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