Category: T20I

Tied games in Twenty20 Internationals.

New Zealand-England T20I at Auckland on 10 Nov 2019 ended in a Tie providing the 16th occasion of a Tied T20I. All such occasions are tabulated below

No Team 1 Team 2 Ground Match Date
1 New Zealand West Indies Auckland 16 Feb 2006
2 India Pakistan Durban 14 Sep 2007
3 Canada Zimbabwe King City-NW 11 Oct 2008
4 New Zealand West Indies Auckland 26 Dec 2008
5 New Zealand Australia Christchurch 28 Feb 2010
6 Australia Pakistan Dubai-ICS 07 Sep 2012
7 Sri Lanka New Zealand Pallekele 27 Sep 2012
8 New Zealand West Indies Pallekele 01 Oct 2012
9 England Pakistan Sharjah 30 Nov 2015
10 Ireland Scotland Deventer 17 Jun 2018
11 Kuwait Qatar Al Amerat 22 Jan 2019
12 South Africa Sri Lanka Cape Town 19 Mar 2019
13 Guernsey Jersey St Peter Port 31 May 2019
14 Netherlands Zimbabwe Rotterdam 25 Jun 2019
15 Qatar Kuwait Doha 05 Jul 2019
16 New Zealand England Auckland 10 Nov 2019

It also provides the third occasion of a tied game at Auckland. All the three occasions are tabulated below

No Team 1 Team 2 Ground Match Date
1 New Zealand West Indies Auckland 16 Feb 2006
2 New Zealand West Indies Auckland 26 Dec 2008
3 New Zealand England Auckland 10 Nov 2019

It also provides the sixth occasion of New Zealand as one of the teams in a Tied T20I game. The following table lists all the six occasions.

No Team 1 Team 2 Ground Match Date
1 New Zealand West Indies Auckland 16 Feb 2006
2 New Zealand West Indies Auckland 26 Dec 2008
3 New Zealand Australia Christchurch 28 Feb 2010
4 Sri Lanka New Zealand Pallekele 27 Sep 2012
5 New Zealand West Indies Pallekele 01 Oct 2012
6 New Zealand England Auckland 10 Nov 2019

It also provides the second occasion of England as one of the teams in a Tied T20I game. The following table lists all the sic occasions.

No Team 1 Team 2 Ground Match Date
1 England Pakistan Sharjah 30 Nov 2015
2 New Zealand England Auckland 10 Nov 2019

It also provides the fourth  occasion of a tied T20I  game on New Zealand soil.  All the four occasions are tabulated below

No Team 1 Team 2 Ground Match Date
1 New Zealand West Indies Auckland 16 Feb 2006
2 New Zealand West Indies Auckland 26 Dec 2008
3 New Zealand Australia Christchurch 28 Feb 2010
4 New Zealand England Auckland 10 Nov 2019

DL Chahar’s “Six for Seven” represent the best bowling figures in T20Is

DL Chahar returned with figures of six for seven against Bangladesh at Nagpur on 10.11.19 to provide the 41st occasion of a bowler capturing five or more wickets in a T20I. All such occasions are tabulated below

No Player O M R W Team Oppn Ground Date
1 DL Chahar 3.2 0 7 6 Ind v Ban Nagpur 10.11.19
2 BAW Mendis 4.0 2 8 6 Srl v Zim Hambantota 18.09.12
3 BAW Mendis 4.0 1 16 6 Srl v Aus Pallekele 08.08.11
4 YS Chahal 4.0 0 25 6 Ind v Eng Bengaluru 01.02.17
5 HMRKB Herath 3.3 2 3 5 Srl v NZl Chattogram 31.03.14
6 Rashid Khan 2.0 1 3 5 Afg v Ire Greater Noida 10.03.17
7 P Arrighi 4.0 2 4 5 Arg v Bra Cortijo Polo Club Pitch A 04.10.19
8 Umar Gul 3.0 0 6 5 Pak v NZl The Oval 13.06.09
9 Umar Gul 2.2 0 6 5 Pak v RSA Centurion 03.03.13
10 A Nanda 2.3 0 6 5 Lux v Tur Ilfov County 29.08.19
11 SL Malinga 4.0 1 6 5 Srl v NZl Pallekele 06.09.19
12 C Viljoen 4.0 0 9 5 Nam v Bot Kampala 22.05.19
13 Elias Sunny 4.0 1 13 5 Ban v Ire Belfast 18.07.12
14 Samiullah Shinwari 4.0 0 13 5 Afg v Ken Sharjah 24.11.13
15 Imad Wasim 4.0 0 14 5 Pak v Win Dubai (DSC) 23.09.16
16 KMA Paul 4.0 0 15 5 Win v Ban Dhaka 22.12.18
17 D Ravu 4.0 0 15 5 PNG v Van Apia (No 3) 09.07.19
18 Aamir Kaleem 4.0 0 15 5 Oma v Nep Al Amerat 10.10.19
19 CW Perchard 4.0 0 17 5 Jer v Gue Castel 01.06.19
20 N Vanua 4.0 2 17 5 PNG v Van Apia (No 2) 13.07.19
21 TG Southee 4.0 1 18 5 NZl v Pak Auckland 26.12.10
22 AC Douglas 2.2 0 18 5 Ber v Cay Sandys Parish 25.08.19
23 R McLaren 3.5 0 19 5 RSA v Win North Sound 19.05.10
24 Ahsan Malik 4.0 0 19 5 Net v RSA Chattogram 27.03.14
25 N Nipiko 3.4 0 19 5 Van v PNG Apia (No 3) 09.07.19
26 NN Odhiambo 4.0 0 20 5 Ken v Sco Nairobi (Gym) 04.02.10
27 Shakib Al Hasan 4.0 0 20 5 Ban v Win Dhaka 20.12.18
28 Mustafizur Rahman 4.0 0 22 5 Ban v NZl Kolkata 26.03.16
29 D Wiese 4.0 0 23 5 RSA v Win Durban 14.01.15
30 Imran Tahir 4.0 0 23 5 RSA v Zim East London 09.10.18
31 AC Evans 4.0 0 24 5 Sco v Net Edinburgh 11.07.15
32 Imran Tahir 3.5 0 24 5 RSA v NZl Auckland 17.02.17
33 B Kumar 4.0 0 24 5 Ind v RSA Johannesburg 18.02.18
34 Kuldeep Yadav 4.0 0 24 5 Ind v Eng Manchester 03.07.18
35 Ibrahim Hassan 3.4 0 24 5 Mal v Bah Al Amerat 21.01.19
36 DJG Sammy 3.5 0 26 5 Win v Zim Port of Spain 28.02.10
37 MRJ Watt 4.0 0 27 5 Scot v Net ICCA Dubai 05.02.16
38 JP Faulkner 4.0 0 27 5 Aus v Pak Mohali 25.03.16
39 Rashid Khan 4.0 0 27 5 Afg v Ire Dehradun 24.02.19
40 SL Malinga 4.0 0 31 5 Srl v Eng Pallekele 01.10.12
41 J Rasu 2.5 0 36 5 Van v PNG Apia (No 2) 12.07.19

DL Chahsr became the fourth bowler in the history of T20I to capture six wickets in a T20I. All such occasions are tabulated below

No Player O M R W Team Oppn Ground Date
1 DL Chahar 3.2 0 7 6 Ind v Ban Nagpur 10.11.19
2 BAW Mendis 4.0 2 8 6 Srl v Zim Hambantota 18.09.12
3 BAW Mendis 4.0 1 16 6 Srl v Aus Pallekele 08.08.11
4 YS Chahal 4.0 0 25 6 Ind v Eng Bengaluru 01.02.17

DL Chahar’s “Six for Seven” represent the best bowling figures in T20Is. The previous best was Six for Eight by BAW Mendis of Sri Lanka against Zimbabwe at Hambantota on 18.09.12

No Player O M R W Team Oppn Ground Date
1 DL Chahar 3.2 0 7 6 Ind v Ban Nagpur 10.11.19
2 BAW Mendis 4.0 2 8 6 Srl v Zim Hambantota 18.09.12

DL Chahar became the fourth Indian bowler to capture five or more wickets in a T20I.  The following table lists the performance of these four bowlers

1 DL Chahar 3.2 0 7 6 Ind v Ban Nagpur 10.11.19
2 YS Chahal 4.0 0 25 6 Ind v Eng Bengaluru 01.02.17
3 B Kumar 4.0 0 24 5 Ind v RSA Johannesburg 18.02.18
4 Kuldeep Yadav 4.0 0 24 5 Ind v Eng Manchester 03.07.18

DL Chahar became the second bowler to capture five or more wickets against Bangladesh in a T20I.  The following table lists the performance of these two bowlers

No Player O M R W Team Oppn Ground Date
1 DL Chahar 3.2 0 7 6 Ind v Ban Nagpur 10.11.19
2 KMA Paul 4.0 0 15 5 Win v Ban Dhaka 22.12.18

Bowlers who have captured six or more wickets in T20 games – DL Chahar joins the list

DL Chahar of India returned with figures of six for seven against Bangladesh at Nagpur on 10.11.19 to provide the 35th occasion of a bowler capturing six or more wickets in an innings in the history of T20 games. All such occasions are tabulated below

No Player O M R W Team Opposition Ground Match Date
1 CN Ackermann 4.0 0 18 7 Leics v Bears Leicester 07 Aug 2019
2 AV Suppiah 3.4 0 5 6 Somerset v Glamorgan Cardiff 05 Jul 2011
3 Shakib Al Hasan 4.0 1 6 6 Tridents v Red Steel Bridgetown 03 Aug 2013
4 SL Malinga 4.0 1 7 6 Melb Stars v Scorchers Perth 12 Dec 2012
5 KA Jamieson 4.0 0 7 6 Canterbury v Auckland Auckland 01 Jan 2019
6 DL Chahar 3.2 0 7 6 India v Bangladesh Nagpur 10 Nov 2019
7 BAW Mendis 4.0 2 8 6 Sri Lanka v Zimbabwe Hambantota 18 Sep 2012
8 P Fojela 3.2 1 9 6 Border v Easterns East London 14 Dec 2014
9 IS Sodhi 3.3 0 11 6 Strikers v Syd Thunder Sydney 18 Jan 2017
10 AS Joseph 3.4 1 12 6 Mum Indians v Sunrisers Hyd-RGS 06 Apr 2019
11 Sohail Tanvir 4.0 0 14 6 Royals v Super Kings Jaipur 04 May 2008
12 DS Punia 4.0 1 14 6 Services v Haryana Delhi 26 Mar 2015
13 SR Abeywardene 4.0 0 15 6 Panadura v SL Air SC Col-B 30 Oct 2005
14 TG Southee 4.0 0 16 6 Essex v Glamorgan Chelmsford 08 Jul 2011
15 BAW Mendis 4.0 1 16 6 Sri Lanka v Australia Pallekele 08 Aug 2011
16 SW Masakadza 4.0 0 16 6 Mountaineers v Tuskers Mutare 09 Dec 2012
17 RS Bopara 4.0 0 16 6 Karachi Kngs v Qalandars Sharjah 12 Feb 2016
18 Shakib Al Hasan 2.4 0 18 6 Prime Bank v Mohammedan Sylhet 26 Dec 2013
19 Swapnil Singh 4.0 0 19 6 Baroda v Saurashtra Pune 27 Mar 2015
20 A Zampa 4.0 0 19 6 Supergiants v Sunrisers Visakhapatnam 10 May 2016
21 TT Bresnan 4.0 0 19 6 Yorkshire v Lancashire Leeds 11 Aug 2017
22 Faheem Ashraf 4.0 0 19 6 Islamabad Un v Qalandars Karachi 09 Mar 2019
23 Z Pongolo 4.0 0 20 6 Jozi Stars v Spartans Johannesburg 11 Dec 2018
24 AJ Hall 3.4 0 21 6 Northants v Worcs Northampton 13 Jun 2008
25 Aftab Ahmed 4.0 0 22 6 Denmark v P.N.G. Abu Dhabi 20 Mar 2012
26 TS Nethula 3.1 0 23 6 Northern D v Central D Napier 25 Jan 2019
27 TJ Murtagh 4.0 0 24 6 Surrey v Middlesex Lord’s 23 Jun 2005
28 Umar Gul 4.0 0 24 6 Sultans v Quetta Glad Dubai (DSC) 07 Mar 2018
29 Irfanuddin 4.0 0 25 6 K Dolphins v S Stallions Karachi 03 Mar 2006
30 MG Dighton 3.0 0 25 6 Tasmania v Queensland Toowoomba 01 Jan 2007
31 YS Chahal 4.0 0 25 6 India v England Bengaluru 01 Feb 2017
32 IG Butler 4.0 0 28 6 Otago v Auckland Dunedin 15 Jan 2010
33 B Laughlin 4.0 1 28 6 Northern D v Wellington Wellington 19 Nov 2013
34 JK Fuller 4.0 0 28 6 Middlesex v Hampshire Southampton 20 Jul 2018
35 BE Hendricks 4.0 0 29 6 Cape Cobras v Knights Cape Town 5 Jan 2014

Bowlers performing the Hat trick on Indian soil in T20 games

The following table lists the bowlers who have performed the feat of Hat trick on Indian soil in T20 games.

No Player Match Venue Season
1 L Balaji Chennai v Punjab Chennai 2007-08
2 A Mishra Delhi v Deccan Delhi 2007-08
3 M Ntini Chennai v Kolkata Kolkata 2007-08
4 S Narwal Delhi v Haryana Delhi 2009
5 Praveen Kumar RCB vs Rajasthan Bangalore 2009/10
6 MS Gony Punjab v Services Delhi 2009/10
7 P Prasanth Kerala v Goa Chennai 2011/12
8 IH Chaudhary Gujarat v Mumbai Rajkot 2011/12
9 A Chandila Rajasthan Royals v Pune Warriors Jaipur 2012
10 AK Das Assam v Odisha Agartala 2012/13
11 R Sharma Punjab v Uttar Pradesh Indore 2012/13
12 RR Singh Rajasthan v Madhya Pradesh Nagpur 2012/13
13 CV Milind Hyderabad v Tamil Nadu Shimoga 2012/13
14 SP Narine Kolkata Knight Riders v Kings XI Punjab Mohali 2013
15 A Mishra Sunrisers Hyderabad v Pune Warriors Pune 2013
16 AD Russell* West Indies A v India A Bangalore 2013-14
17 PV Tambe Rajasthan Royals v Kolkata Knight Riders Ahmedabad 2014
18 SR Watson Rajasthan Royals v Sunrisers Hyderabad Ahmedabad 2014
19 P Awana Kings XI Punjab v Chennai Super Kings Hyd-RGS 2014/15
20 A Ashish Reddy Hyderabad v Goa Kochi 2014/15
21 DB Prasanth Andhra v Karnataka Kochi 2014/15
22 PP Chawla Maharashtra v Uttar Pradesh Cuttack 2015/16
23 NLTC Perera Sri Lanka v India Ranchi 2015/16
24 IC Pandey Andhra v Madhya Pradesh Vadodara 2015/16
25 CV Stephen Andhra v Assam Vadodara 2015/16
26 AR Patel Gujarat Lions v Kings XI Punjab Rajkot 2016
27 S Badree RCB v Mumbai Indians Bengaluru 2017
28 JD Unadkat Rising Pune Supergiant v Sunrisers Hyd-RGS 2017
29 AJ Tye Gujarat Lions v Rising Pune Supergiant Rajkot 2017
30 Rashid Khan Afghanistan v Ireland Dehradun 2018/19
31 SS Warrier Kerala v Andhra Mulapadu 2018/19
32 S Gopal RCB v Rajasthan Royals Bengaluru 2019
33 Sam Curran Kings XI Punjab v Delhi Capitals Chandigarh 2019
34 DL Chahar India v Bangladesh Nagpur 2019/20

The following table lists the Indian bowlers who have performed the feat of Hat trick on Indian soil in T20 games. DL Chahar became the 25th Indian bowler to peform the Hat trick on Indian soil

No Player Match Venue Season
1 L Balaji Chennai v Punjab Chennai 2007-08
2 A Mishra Delhi v Deccan Delhi 2007-08
3 S Narwal Delhi v Haryana Delhi 2009
4 Praveen Kumar RCB vs Rajasthan Bangalore 2009/10
5 MS Gony Punjab v Services Delhi 2009/10
6 P Prasanth Kerala v Goa Chennai 2011/12
7 IH Chaudhary Gujarat v Mumbai Rajkot 2011/12
8 A Chandila Rajasthan Royals v Pune Warriors Jaipur 2012
9 AK Das Assam v Odisha Agartala 2012/13
10 R Sharma Punjab v Uttar Pradesh Indore 2012/13
11 RR Singh Rajasthan v Madhya Pradesh Nagpur 2012/13
12 CV Milind Hyderabad v Tamil Nadu Shimoga 2012/13
13 A Mishra Sunrisers Hyderabad v Pune Warriors Pune 2013
14 PV Tambe Rajasthan Royals v Kolkata Knight Riders Ahmedabad 2014
15 P Awana Kings XI Punjab v Chennai Super Kings Hyd-RGS 2014/15
16 A Ashish Reddy Hyderabad v Goa Kochi 2014/15
17 DB Prasanth Andhra v Karnataka Kochi 2014/15
18 PP Chawla Maharashtra v Uttar Pradesh Cuttack 2015/16
19 IC Pandey Andhra v Madhya Pradesh Vadodara 2015/16
20 CV Stephen Andhra v Assam Vadodara 2015/16
21 AR Patel Gujarat Lions v Kings XI Punjab Rajkot 2016
22 JD Unadkat Rising Pune Supergiant v Sunrisers Hyd-RGS 2017
23 SS Warrier Kerala v Andhra Mulapadu 2018/19
24 S Gopal RCB v Rajasthan Royals Bengaluru 2019
25 DL Chahar India v Bangladesh Nagpur 2019/20

DL Chahar joins the long list of bowlers who have performed the Hat trick in T20 Games

DL Chahar of India performed the Hat trick against Bangladesh at Nagpur on 10.11.19 to provide the 119th occasion of a bowler performing the Hat trick in the history of T20 games. All such occasions are tabulated below

No Player Match Venue Season
1 AD Mascarenhas Hampshire v Sussex Hove 2004
2 DG Cork Lancashire v Nottinghamshire Old Trafford 2004
3 Zeeshan Khan Multan Tigers v Karachi Zebras Lahore 2004-05
4 Sohail Ahmed Lahore Eagles v Multan Tigers Lahore 2004-05
5 JE Anyon Warwickshire v Somerset Birmingham 2005
6 RD Abeydeera Sinhalese Sports Club v Badureliya Colombo 2005-06
7 Mohammad Aslam Peshawar Panthers v Multan Tigers Karachi 2006-07
8 NJ Rimmington Queensland v Tasmania Toowoomba 2006-07
9 CW Vidanapathirana SSC v NCC Col-CCC 2006-07
10 JN Snape Leicestershire v Yorkshire Grace Road 2007
11 R McLaren Kent v Gloucestershire Edgbaston 2007
12 B Lee Australia v Bangladesh Cape Town 2007-08
13 LJ Cush Guyana v Jamaica Antigua 2007-08
14 NE Mbhalati Eagles v Titans Kimberley 2007-08
15 CK Langeveldt Titans v Cape Cobras Centurion 2007-08
16 L Balaji Chennai v Punjab Chennai 2007-08
17 A Mishra Delhi v Deccan Delhi 2007-08
18 M Ntini Chennai v Kolkata Kolkata 2007-08
19 ND Doshi Derbyshire v Durham Ch-le-St 2007-08
20 J Allenby Lancashire v Leicestershire Old Trafford 2008
21 DP Nannes Middlesex v Essex Chelmsford 2008
22 Yuvraj Singh Punjab v Bangalore Durban 2009
23 RG Sharma Hyderabad v Mumbai Centurion 2009
24 Yuvraj Singh Punjab v Hyderabad Johannesburg 2009
25 ID Fisher Worcestershire v Gloucestershire Worcester 2009
26 JDP Oram New Zealand v Sri Lanka Col-RPS 2009
27 S Narwal Delhi v Haryana Delhi 2009
28 MS Gony Punjab v Services Delhi 2009/10
29 B Geeves Tasmania v Queensland Brisbane 2009/10
30 Naved-ul-Hasan Tasmania v South Australia Adelaide 2009/10
31 Jannisar Khan Quetta Bears v Peshawar Panthers Karachi 2009/10
32 Praveen Kumar Bangalore v Jaipur Bangalore 2009/10
33 Imran Tahir Warwickshire v Durham Ch-le-St 2010
34 KHD Barker Warwickshire v Yorkshire Edgbaston 2010
35 LJ Cush Guyana v Combined Campuses and Colleges Barbados 2010
36 I Udana Wayamba v Central Districts Port Elizabeth 2010/11
37 TG Southee New Zealand v Pakistan Auckland 2010/11
38 A Mishra Kings XI Punjab v Deccan Chargers Dharamsala 2010/11
39 Wahab Riaz Kent v Gloucestershire Beckenham 2011
40 Zulfiqar Babar Multan Tigers v Karachi Dolphins Faisalabad 2011
41 TG Southee Essex v Glamorgan Chelmsford 2011
42 PD Collingwood Durham v Northamptonshire Ch-le-St 2011
43 S Ganga Trinidad & Tobago v Afghanistan King City-NW                                                                                      2011
44 Mohammad Rameez Multan Tigers v Rawalpindi Rams Karachi 2011/12
45 AJA Gray Western Province v KwaZulu-Natal Cape Town 2011/12
46 SW Liebisch Easterns v North West Benoni 2011/12
47 K Santokie Jamaica v Netherlands Barbados 2011/12
48 LL Tsotsobe South Africans v Canterbury Christchurch 2011/12
49 Mohammad Sami Duronto Rajshahi v Dhaka Gladiators Mirpur 2011/12
50 SP Gauchan Nepal v Denmark Dubai-GCA                                                                                     2011/12
51 IH Chaudhary Gujarat v Mumbai Rajkot 2011/12
52 P Prasanth Kerala v Goa Chennai 2011/12
53 A Chandila Rajasthan Royals v Pune Warriors Jaipur 2012
54 XJ Doherty Sydney Thunder v Hobart Hurricanes Hobart 2012/13
55 RA Reifer Comb Campuses and Colleges v Guyana Trinidad 2012/13
56 DYA Davis Comb Campuses and Colleges v Barbados Trinidad 2012/13          
57 SCJ Broad England XI v New Zealand XI Whangarei 2012/13
58 RR Singh Rajasthan v Madhya Pradesh Nagpur 2012/13
59 R Sharma Punjab v Uttar Pradesh Indore 2012/13
60 AK Das Assam v Odisha Agartala 2012/13
61 CV Milind Hyderabad v India v Tamil Nadu Shimoga 2012/13
62 SP Narine Kolkata Knight Riders v Kings XI Punjab Mohali 2013
63 A Mishra Sunrisers Hyderabad v Pune Warriors Pune 2013
64 SW Tait Essex v Nottinghamshire Nottingham 2013
65 DJ Willey Northamptonshire v Surrey Birmingham 2013
66 AD Russell* West Indies A v India A Bangalore 2013-14
67 Al-Amin Hossain* UCB-BCB Eleven v Abahani Limited Sylhet 2013-14
68 GK Berg Italy v Namibia Abu Dhabi 2013/14
69 PV Tambe Rajasthan Royals v Kolkata Knight Riders Ahmedabad 2014
70 SR Watson Rajasthan Royals v Sunrisers Hyderabad Ahmedabad 2014
71 JS Patel Warwickshire v Yorkshire Leeds 2014
72 P Awana Kings XI Punjab v Chennai Super Kings Hyderabad 2014/15
73 A Ashish Reddy Hyderabad v India v Goa Kochi 2014/15
74 DB Prasanth Andhra v Karnataka Kochi 2014/15
75 TMJ Smith Gloucestershire v Essex Bristol 2015
76 JF Mooney Ireland v Jersey Malahide 2015
77 Imran Khan Peshawar Region v Karachi Region Blue Rawalpindi 2015/16
78 Al-Amin Hossain Barisal Bulls v Sylhet Super Stars Mirpur 2015/16
79 PP Chawla Maharashtra v Uttar Pradesh Cuttack 2015/16
80 IC Pandey Andhra v Madhya Pradesh Vadodara 2015/16
81 PADLR Sandakan Sri Lanka Ports Authority CC v Colombo CC Colombo 2015/16
82 CV Stephen Andhra v Assam Vadodara 2015/16
83 Mohammad Amir Karachi Kings v Lahore Qalandars Dubai 2015/16
84 NLTC Perera Sri Lanka v India Ranchi 2015/16
85 DAS Gunaratne Kurunegala Warriors v Colombo Commandos Colombo 2015/16
86 AR Patel Gujarat Lions v Kings XI Punjab Rajkot 2016
87 P Coughlin Durham v Northamptonshire Northampton 2016
88 GG White Northamptonshire v Warwickshire Northampton 2016
89 MT Coles Kent v Middlesex Richmond 2017
90 SL Malinga Sri Lanka v Bangladesh Col-RPS 2016/17
91 AJ Tye Brisbane Heat v Perth Scorchers Brisbane 2016/17
92 S Badree RCB v Mumbai Indians Bengaluru 2017
93 AJ Tye Gujarat Lions v Rising Pune Supergiant Rajkot 2017
94 JD Unadkat Rising Pune Supergiant v Sunrisers Hyd-RGS 2017
95 Rashid Khan Guyana A Warriors v Jamaica Tallawahs Tarouba 2017
96 Faheem Ashraf Pakistan v Sri Lanka Abu Dhabi 2017/18
97 R Frylinck Dolphins v Warriors Port Elizabeth 2017/18
98 AJ Tye Perth Scorchers v Sydney Sixers Sydney 2017/18
99 Junaid Khan Multan Sultans v Lahore Qalandars Dubai-DSC                                                                                      2017/18
100 RPN Priyadarshana Sri Lanka Ports Authority CC v TUCAC Katunayake 2017/18
101 Imran Tahir Multan Sultans v Quetta Gladiators Sharjah 2017/18
102 JC Archer Sussex v Middlesex Lord’s 2018
103 AD Russell Jamaica Tallawahs v Trinbago Knight Riders Port of Spain 2018
104 TS Mills Glamorgan v Sussex Hove 2018
105 BCJ Cutting Kandahar Knights v Nangarhar Leopards Sharjah 2018
106 Al Islam Dhaka Dynamites v Rangpur Riders Dhaka 2018/19
107 Wahab Riaz Comilla Victorians v Khulna Titans Chattogram 2018/19
108 AD Russell Dhaka Dynamites v Dhaka Dynamites Chattogram 2018/19
109 JK Lalor Brisbane Heat v Perth Scorchers Brisbane 2018/19
110 Mohammad Sami Islamabad United v Peshawar Zalmi Sharjah 2018/19
111 S Sandeep Warrier Kerala v Andhra Mulapadu 2018/19
112 Rashid Khan Afghanistan v Ireland Dehradun 2018/19
113 Sam Curran Kings XI Punjab v Delhi Capitals Chandigarh 2019
114 S Gopal RCB v Rajasthan Royals Bengaluru 2019
115 TK Curran Surrey v Glamorgan The Oval 2019
116 SL Malinga Sri Lanka v New Zealand Pallekele 2019
117 Mohammad Hasnain Sri Lanka v Pakistan Lahore 2019/20
118 Khawar Ali Oman v Netherlands Al Amerat 2019/20
119 DL Chahar India v Bangladesh Nagpur 2019/20

150 plus runs partnerships in T20I – DJ Malan and EJG Morgan script a record partnership for the third wicket in T20I

DJ Malan and EJG Morgan of England posted 182 runs partnership for the third wicket against New Zealand at Napier on 08.11.19 to provide the 16th occasion of batsmen posting a partnership of 150 plus runs in T20I. All such occasions are tabulated below chronically.

No Partners Wkt Runs Inns Team Oppn Ground Start Date
1 LE Bosman, GC Smith 1 170 1 RSA Eng Centurion 15 Nov 2009
2 M Jayawardene, KC Sangakkara 2 166 1 Srl Win Bridgetown 07 May 2010
3 RS Bopara, AD Hales 2 159 2 Eng Win Nottingham 24 Jun 2012
4 AD Hales, EJG Morgan 3 152 2 Eng Srl Chattogram 27 Mar 2014
5 CH Gayle, MN Samuels 2 152 2 Win RSA Jo’burg 11 Jan 2015
6 MJ Guptill, KS Williamson 1 171* 2 NZl Pak Hamilton 17 Jan 2016
7 GJ Maxwell, DA Warner 4 161 2 Aus RSA Jo’burg 06 Mar 2016
8 S Dhawan, RG Sharma 1 158 1 Ind NZl Delhi 01 Nov 2017
9 KL Rahul, RG Sharma 1 165 1 Ind Srl Indore 22 Dec 2017
10 S Dhawan, RG Sharma 1 160 1 Ind Ire Dublin-M 27 Jun 2018
11 AJ Finch, DJM Short 1 223 1 Aus Zim Harare 03 Jul 2018
12 Hazratullah Zazai, Usman Ghan 1 236 1 Afg Ire Dehradun 23 Feb 2019
13 Awais Ahmed, PD Hennessy 1 155 1 Esp Mal Cartagena 30 Mar 2019
14 Adnan Idrees, R Sandaruwan 2 156 1 Kuw Qat Doha 06 Jul 2019
15 KJ Coetzer, HG Munsey 1 200 1 Sco Net Dublin-M 16 Sep 2019
16 DJ Malan, EJG Morgan 3 182 1 Eng NZl Napier 08 Nov 2019

DJ Malan and EJG Morgan of England  posted 182 runs  partnership for the third wicket against New Zealand at Napier on 08.11.19 to provide the fourth occasion of batsmen posting a partnership of 175 plus runs in T20I. All such occasions are tabulated below chronically.

No Partners Wkt Runs Inns Team Oppn Ground Start Date
1 Hazratullah Zazai, Usman Ghan 1 236 1 Afg Ire Dehradun 23 Feb 2019
2 AJ Finch, DJM Short 1 223 1 Aus Zim Harare 03 Jul 2018
3 KJ Coetzer, HG Munsey 1 200 1 Sco Net Dublin-M 16 Sep 2019
4 DJ Malan, EJG Morgan 3 182 1 Eng NZl Napier 08 Nov 2019

It also provides the third occasion of England batsmen posting 150 plus  runs partnerships in T20I. All the three occasions are tabulated below.

No Partners Wkt Runs Inns Team Oppn Ground Start Date
1 RS Bopara, AD Hales 2 159 2 Eng Win Nottingham 24 Jun 2012
2 AD Hales, EJG Morgan 3 152 2 Eng Srl Chattogram 27 Mar 2014
3 DJ Malan, EJG Morgan 3 182 1 Eng NZl Napier 08 Nov 2019

It also represents the highest partnership by England batsmen for  any wicket in T20Is. The previous best was 159 runs partnership for the second wicket against West Indies at Nottingham on 24.06.12

No Partners Wkt Runs Inns Team Oppn Ground Start Date
1 DJ Malan, EJG Morgan 3 182 1 Eng NZl Napier 08 Nov 2019
2 RS Bopara, AD Hales 2 159 2 Eng Win Nottingham 24 Jun 2012

It also provides the second occasion of batsmen posting 150 plus  runs partnerships against New Zealand in T20I.  Both the occasions are tabulated below. It also represents the highest partnership by any team against New Zealand in T20I

No Partners Wkt Runs Inns Team Oppn Ground Start Date
1 S Dhawan, RG Sharma 1 158 1 Ind NZl Delhi 01 Nov 2017
2 DJ Malan, EJG Morgan 3 182 1 Eng NZl Napier 08 Nov 2019

It also represents the second occasion of batsmen posting 150 plus runs for the third wicket in a T20I. Both the occasions are tabulated below

No Partners Wkt Runs Inns Team Oppn Ground Start Date
1 AD Hales, EJG Morgan 3 152 2 Eng Srl Chattogram 27 Mar 2014
2 DJ Malan, EJG Morgan 3 182 1 Eng NZl Napier 08 Nov 2019

It also represents the highest partnership for the third wicket in T20I. The previous best was the 152 runs partnershop between AD Hales and EJG Morgan against Sri Lanka at Chattogram on 27.03.14.

No Partners Wkt Runs Inns Team Oppn Ground Start Date
1 DJ Malan, EJG Morgan 3 182 1 Eng NZl Napier 08 Nov 2019
2 AD Hales, EJG Morgan 3 152 2 Eng Srl Chattogram 27 Mar 2014

Approaching milestones ahead of the third T20I at Nagpur between India and Bangladesh

YS Chahal had an aggregate of 49 T20I wickets prior to the start of the third T20I. He needs one more wicket for his 50 T20I wickets. If he gets it, he would then become the third Indian bowler to capture 50 plus T20I wickets. Others are – R Ashwin {52} and JJ Bumrah {51}

YS Chahal had an aggregate of 49 T20I wickets prior to the start of the third T20I. He needs one more wicket for his 50 T20I wickets. If he gets them he would then become the second Indian spin bowler to capture 50 plus T20I wickets after R Ashwin. R Ashwin had captured 52 T20I wickets.

YS Chahal had an aggregate of 49 T20I wickets prior to the start of the third T20I. He took two wickets at Rajkot which fetched him 49 wickets. He needs one more wicket for his 50 T20I wickets.  If he gets them he would then become the 31st bowler to capture 50 plus wickets in the history of T20Is

YS Chahal had an aggregate of 49 T20I wickets prior to the start of the third T20I. He took two wickets at Rajkot which fetched him 49 wickets. He needs one more wicket for his 50 T20I wickets. If he gets them he would then become the 17th spin bowler to capture 50 plus wickets in the history of T20Is

YS Chahal had an aggregate of 49 T20I wickets prior to the start of the third T20I. His 49 wickets have come in 33 matches. If he takes one wicket at Nagpur, it would be his 50th wickets in 34 matches. He would then become India’s “Fastest bowler to 50 wickets in T20Is”. JJ Bumrah’s 50 wickets have come in 41 matches, while R Ashwin’s 50 wickets came in 42 matches.  

YS Chahal had an aggregate of 49 T20I wickets prior to the start of the third T20I. His 49 wickets have come in 33 matches. If he takes one wicket at Nagpur, it would be his 50th wickets in 34 matches. He would then become fifth “Fastest bowler to 50 wickets in T20Is”. The following four bowlers have reached 50 wickets in less than 34 matches.

No Player Team Mat
1 BAW Mendis Srl 26
2 Imran Tahir RSA 31
3 Rashid Khan Afg 31
4 Mustafizur Rahman Ban 33

RG Sharma and V Kohli share the record for most fifties in T20Is prior to the start of third T20I. Both batsmen have scored 22 fifties. One more fifty for RG Sharma, would fetch him his 23rd fifty and with it the record for most fifties by a batsman in T20Is.

RG Sharma has scored 8406 runs in T20 games prior to the start of third T20I.  35 more runs would fetch him 8441 runs. If he gets them, he would then become the fourth batsman in the history of T20 games to score most runs. Other three batsmen are – CH Gayle {13068}, DA Warner {9090} and BB McCullum {8556}. RG Sharma would go past AJ Finch {8440} to occupy the fourth place

RG Sharma had scored 63 fifties in T20 games prior to the start of the third T20I. One more fifty would fetch him 64 fifties. He would then become the fourth batsman in the history of T20Is to score most fifties. CH Gayle {102}, DA Warner {81} and V Kohli {67} occupy the first three places.  RG Sharma would go past AJ Finch {63} to occupy the fourth place.

RG Sharma had scored 349 boundary sixes in T20 games prior to the start of the third T20I. If he scores one more boundary six, he would become the first Indian batsman to score 350 boundary sixes in T20 games.

RG Sharma had scored 349 boundary sixes in T20 games prior to the start of the third T20I. If he scores one more boundary six, he would then become the ninth batsman in the history of T20I games to score 350 plus boundary sixes.  Others are – CH Gayle {960}, KA Pollard {636}, BB McCullum {485}, SR Watson {431}, AD Russell {394}, AB de Villiers {380}, DR Smith {375} and DA Warner {354}

RG Sharma had scored 743 boundary fours in T20 games prior to the start of the third T20I. If he scores seven more boundary fours, he would become the fourth Indian batsman to score 750 boundary fours in T20 games. Others are – S Dhawan {807}. V Kohli {785} and SK Raina {760}

RG Sharma had scored 743 boundary fours in T20 games prior to the start of the third T20I. If he scores seven more boundary fours, he would become the tenth batsman to score 750 boundary fours in the history of T20 games. The other nine batsmen who have accomplished such a feat are tabulated below

No Player Span Mat Inns NO Runs HS Ave C HC 4s
1 CH Gayle 2005-2019 394 386 48 13051 175* 38.61 22 80 1005
2 BB McCullum 2005-2019 370 364 33 9922 158* 29.97 7 55 924
3 DA Warner 2007-2019 276 275 35 9090 135* 37.71 8 73 891
4 AJ Finch 2009-2019 272 267 31 8388 172 35.76 7 56 819
5 S Dhawan 2007-2019 250 248 26 7104 97* 32.00 0 53 807
6 LJ Wright 2004-2019 314 291 27 7587 153* 28.73 7 40 786
7 V Kohli 2007-2019 271 257 47 8556 113 40.74 5 62 785
8 SK Raina 2006-2019 319 303 46 8392 126* 32.65 4 51 760
9 DR Smith 2006-2019 337 327 27 7870 110* 26.23 5 47 759

Records galore at Napier in T20I between New Zealand and England

DJ Malan of England scored 103 not out against New Zealand at Napier on 08.11.19 to provide the 54th occasion of a batsman scoring a century in T20Is. It also provides the second occasion of an England batsman scoring a century in T20Is. Prior to DJ Malan, AD Hales had scored 116 not out against Sri Lanka at Chattogram on 27.03.14

It also provides the second occasion of a batsman scoring a century against New Zealand in T20Is. Prior to DJ Malan, RE Levi of South Africa had scored 117 not out at Hamilton on 19.02.12

EJG Morgan scored 91 in this game to provide the 39th occasion of a batsman scoring a ninety in T20Is. It also provides the fifth occasion of an England batsman scoring a ninety in a T20I.

No Player Runs Inns Opposition Ground Start Date
1 AD Hales 99 2 v West Indies Nottingham 24 Jun 2012
2 LJ Wright 99* 1 v Afghanistan Colombo (RPS) 21 Sep 2012
3 JE Root 90* 2 v Australia Southampton 29 Aug 2013
4 AD Hales 94 1 v Australia Chester-le-Street 31 Aug 2013
5 EJG Morgan 91 1 v New Zealand Napier 08 Nov 2019

It also provides the second occasion of a batsman scoring a ninety against New Zealand in T20Is. Prior to EJG Morgan, RT Ponting of Australia had scored 98 not out at Auckland on 17.02.05

EJG Morgan scored 91 in this game to provide the sixth occasion of a captain scoring a ninety in T20Is. It also provides the first occasion of an England captain scoring a ninety in a T20I. It also provides the second occasion of a captain scoring a ninety against New Zealand in T20Is. Prior to EJG Morgan, RT Ponting of Australia had scored 98 not out at Auckland on 17.02.05

DJ Malan {103 not out} and EJG Morgan {91} scored century and ninety in this game to provide the very first occasion of two batsmen scoring century and ninety in a T20I

England posted a team total of 241 for 3 in this game to provide the 100th occasion of a team posting a team total in excess of 200 runs in a T20I. It also provides the eighth occasion of England posting a total of 200 plus runs in T20I

No Team Score Overs Inns Opposition Ground Start Date
1 England 200/6 20.0 2 v India Durban 19 Sep 2007
2 England 202/6 20.0 1 v South Africa Johannesburg 13 Nov 2009
3 England 214/7 20.0 1 v New Zealand Auckland 09 Feb 2013
4 England 209/6 20.0 2 v Australia Southampton 29 Aug 2013
5 England 200/9 20.0 2 v Australia Hobart 29 Jan 2014
6 England 230/8 19.4 2 v South Africa Mumbai 18 Mar 2016
7 England 221/5 20.0 1 v Australia Birmingham 27 Jun 2018
7 England 241/3 20.0 1 v New Zealand Napier 08 Nov 2019

England posted a team total of 241 for 3 in this game to provide its highest team total in T20I. Its an improvement over its previous highest total of 230 for 8 against South Africa on 18.03.16

No Team Score Overs Inns Opposition Ground Start Date
1 England 241/3 20.0 1 v New Zealand Napier 08 Nov 2019
3 England 230/8 19.4 2 v South Africa Mumbai 18 Mar 2016

It also provides the second occasion of England posting a team total of 200 plus runs against New Zealand in T20I. It also represents England’s highest team total against New Zealand in T20I

No Team Score Overs Inns Opposition Ground Start Date
1 England 214/7 20.0 1 v New Zealand Auckland 09 Feb 2013
2 England 241/3 20.0 1 v New Zealand Napier 08 Nov 2019

It also provides the tenth occasion of a team posting a total of 200 plus runs against New Zealand in T20I. All such occasions are tabulated below

No Team Score Overs Inns Opposition Ground Start Date
1 Australia 214/5 20.0 1 v New Zealand Auckland 17 Feb 2005
2 Australia 214/4 20.0 2 v New Zealand Christchurch 28 Feb 2010
3 Zimbabwe 200/2 20.0 1 v New Zealand Hamilton 14 Feb 2012
4 West Indies 209/2 20.0 1 v New Zealand Lauderhill 30 Jun 2012
5 England 214/7 20.0 1 v New Zealand Auckland 09 Feb 2013
6 India 202/3 20.0 1 v New Zealand Delhi 01 Nov 2017
7 Pakistan 201/4 20.0 1 v New Zealand Auckland 25 Jan 2018
8 Australia 245/5 18.5 2 v New Zealand Auckland 16 Feb 2018
9 India 208/6 20.0 2 v New Zealand Hamilton 10 Feb 2019
10 England 241/3 20.0 1 v New Zealand Napier 08 Nov 2019

England’s 241 for 3 in this game represent the second best team total against New Zealand in T20Is. The best total is Australia’s 245 for 5 at Auckland on 16.02.18

No Team Score Overs Inns Opposition Ground Start Date
1 Australia 245/5 18.5 2 v New Zealand Auckland 16 Feb 2018
2 England 241/3 20.0 1 v New Zealand Napier 08 Nov 2019

MW Parkinson of England returned with 4 for 47 in this game to provide the 243rd occasion of a bowler capturing four or more wickets in a T20I. It also provides the 203rd occasion of a bowler capturing exact four wickets in a T20I

MW Parkinson of England returned with 4 for 47 in this game to provide the eleventh occasion of an England bowler capturing four or more wickets in a T20I. It also provides the eleventh occasion of an England bowler capturing exact four wickets in a T20I

MW Parkinson of England returned with 4 for 47 in this game to provide the 14th occasion of a bowler capturing four or more wickets against New Zealand in a T20I. It also provides the ninth occasion of a bowler capturing exact four wickets in a T20I against New Zealand.

MW Parkinson of England returned with 4 for 47 in this game to provide the second occasion of an England bowler capturing four or more wickets against New Zealand in a T20I. It also provides the second occasion of an England bowler capturing exact four wickets against New Zealand in a T20I

DJ Malan and EJG Morgan added 182 runs for the third wicket in this game to provide the 167th occasion of batsmen posting a three figure partnership in T20Is. It also provides the 31st occasion of batsmen posting a three figure partnership for the third wicket in T20Is

DJ Malan and EJG Morgan added 182 runs for the third wicket in this game to provide the 16th occasion of England batsmen posting a three figure partnership in T20Is. It also provides the fourth occasion of England batsmen posting a three figure partnership for the third wicket in T20Is

DJ Malan and EJG Morgan added 182 runs for the third wicket in this game to provide the highest partnership for the third wicket in T20Is. The previous best was 152 runs partnership between AD Hales and EJG Morgan in the game between England and Sri Lanka at Chhatogram on 27.03.14

AJ Finch of Australia owns the record for most fifties by a captain opener in the history of Twenty20 Internationals.

RG Sharma’s 85 in the second T20I against Bangladesh at Rajkot on 07.11.19 was his sixth score of fifty as captain opener in T20Is. He emulated AJ Finch of Australia who had also scored six fifties as captain opener in T20Is. The following table list the fifties scored by these two batsmen.  But the very next day, that is on 08.11.19, AJ Finch owned the record for most fifties by captain openers in T20Is with his seventh fifty – 52 not out against Pakistan at Perth. This is clear example of how the records are obliterated so fast the game of cricket. This is mainly due to many teams are involved in the  games across the world

No Player Runs Inns Team Oppn Ground Start Date
1 AJ Finch 74 2 Aus Ind Melbourne 29 Jan 2016
2 AJ Finch 53 1 Aus Srl Adelaide 22 Feb 2017
3 AJ Finch 84 2 Aus Eng Birmingham 27 Jun 2018
4 AJ Finch 68* 2 Aus Pak Harare 02 Jul 2018
5 AJ Finch 172 1 Aus Zim Harare 03 Jul 2018
6 AJ Finch 64 1 Aus Srl Adelaide 27 Oct 2019
7 AJ Finch 52* 2 Aus Pak Perth 08 Nov 2019
               
1 RG Sharma 118 1 Ind Srl Indore 22 Dec 2017
2 RG Sharma 89 1 Ind Ban Colombo (RPS) 14 Mar 2018
3 RG Sharma 56 2 Ind Ban Colombo (RPS) 18 Mar 2018
4 RG Sharma 111* 1 Ind Win Lucknow 06 Nov 2018
5 RG Sharma 50 2 Ind NZl Auckland 08 Feb 2019
6 RG Sharma 85 2 Ind Ban Rajkot 07 Nov 2019

India owns the record of winning most T20Is while batting second.

India won the second T20I against Bangladesh at Rajkot on 07.11.19 to provide its 41st T20I win when it has batted second. With this win,  India has won most T20I games, while batting second. It went past Australia which had won 40 T20I games while batting second. India and Australia are the only two teams to win 40 plus games while batting second in the history of Twenty20 Internationals. India’s 41 wins are tabulated below.

No Team Result Margin BR Bat Opposition Ground Start Date
1 India won 6 wickets 01 2nd v South Africa Johannesburg 01 Dec 2006
2 India won 7 wickets 11 2nd v Australia Mum-BS 20 Oct 2007
3 India won 3 wickets 04 2nd v Sri Lanka Col-RPS 10 Feb 2009
4 India won 8 wickets 15 2nd v Ireland Nottingham 10 Jun 2009
5 India won 6 wickets 05 2nd v Sri Lanka Mohali 12 Dec 2009
6 India won 7 wickets 31 2nd v Afghanistan Gros Islet 01 May 2010
7 India won 6 wickets 30 2nd v Zimbabwe Harare 12 Jun 2010
8 India won 7 wickets 12 2nd v Zimbabwe Harare 13 Jun 2010
9 India won 8 wickets 02 2nd v Australia Melbourne 03 Feb 2012
10 India won 8 wickets 18 2nd v Pakistan Col-RPS 30 Sep 2012
11 India won 5 wickets 13 2nd v England Pune 20 Dec 2012
12 India won 6 wickets 02 2nd v Australia Rajkot 10 Oct 2013
13 India won 7 wickets 09 2nd v Pakistan Dhaka 21 Mar 2014
14 India won 7 wickets 02 2nd v West Indies Dhaka 23 Mar 2014
15 India won 8 wickets 09 2nd v Bangladesh Dhaka 28 Mar 2014
16 India won 6 wickets 05 2nd v South Africa Dhaka 04 Apr 2014
17 India won 7 wickets 00 2nd v Australia Sydney 31 Jan 2016
18 India won 9 wickets 37 2nd v Sri Lanka Vizag 14 Feb 2016
19 India won 5 wickets 27 2nd v Pakistan Dhaka 27 Feb 2016
20 India won 5 wickets 04 2nd v Sri Lanka Dhaka 01 Mar 2016
21 India won 9 wickets 59 2nd v U.A.E. Dhaka 03 Mar 2016
22 India won 8 wickets 07 2nd v Bangladesh Dhaka 06 Mar 2016
23 India won 6 wickets 13 2nd v Pakistan Kolkata 19 Mar 2016
24 India won 6 wickets 05 2nd v Australia Mohali 27 Mar 2016
25 India won 10 wickets 41 2nd v Zimbabwe Harare 20 Jun 2016
26 India won 7 wickets 04 2nd v Sri Lanka Col-RPS 06 Sep 2017
27 India won 9 wickets 03 2nd v Australia Ranchi 07 Oct 2017
28 India won 5 wickets 04 2nd v Sri Lanka Mumbai 24 Dec 2017
29 India won 6 wickets 08 2nd v Bangladesh Col-RPS 08 Mar 2018
30 India won 6 wickets 09 2nd v Sri Lanka Col-RPS 12 Mar 2018
31 India won 4 wickets 00 2nd v Bangladesh Col-RPS 18 Mar 2018
32 India won 8 wickets 10 2nd v England Manchester 03 Jul 2018
33 India won 7 wickets 08 2nd v England Bristol 08 Jul 2018
34 India won 5 wickets 13 2nd v West Indies Kolkata 04 Nov 2018
35 India won 6 wickets 00 2nd v West Indies Chennai 11 Nov 2018
36 India won 6 wickets 02 2nd v Australia Sydney 25 Nov 2018
37 India won 7 wickets 07 2nd v New Zealand Auckland 08 Feb 2019
38 India won 4 wickets 16 2nd v West Indies Lauderhill 03 Aug 2019
39 India won 7 wickets 05 2nd v West Indies Providence 06 Aug 2019
40 India won 7 wickets 06 2nd v South Africa Mohali 18 Sep 2019
41 India won 8 wickets 26 2nd v Bangladesh Rajkot 07 Nov 2019

Post Script – Australia won the Perth T20I against Pakistan on 08.11.19 by ten wickets to post its 41st win while batting second. Thus on the day  of posting the captioned article, Inda and Australia share the record for most wins while batting second

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