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Teams winning a Twenty20 International in the last over of the match

India won the third Twenty20 International against Sri Lanka at Mumbai on 24.12.17 by five wickets with four balls to spare to provide the 117th occasion of a team winning a Twenty20 game in the last over of the match which includes the last ball victories. All such occasions are tabulated below

No Team Result Margin BR Opposition Ground Start Date
1 New Zealand won 5 wkts 0 v India Wellington 27 Feb 2009
2 Netherlands won 4 wkts 0 v England Lord’s 05 Jun 2009
3 Sri Lanka won 5 wkts 0 v India Gros Islet 11 May 2010
4 England won 1 wkts 0 v Australia Adelaide 12 Jan 2011
5 Scotland won 4 wkts 0 v Canada Dubai (DSC) 23 Mar 2012
6 Bangladesh won 2 wkts 0 v Ireland Belfast 21 Jul 2012
7 Netherlands won 1 wkts 0 v Bangladesh The Hague 26 Jul 2012
8 England won 6 wkts 0 v India Mumbai 22 Dec 2012
9 New Zealand won 8 wkts 0 v South Africa East London 23 Dec 2012
0 Pakistan won 2 wkts 0 v West Indies Kingstown 27 Jul 2013
11 Sri Lanka won 3 wkts 0 v Bangladesh Chittagong 14 Feb 2014
12 Ireland won 3 wkts 0 v Zimbabwe Sylhet 17 Mar 2014
13 Zimbabwe won 5 wkts 0 v Netherlands Sylhet 19 Mar 2014
14 Hong Kong won 5 wkts 0 v Afghanistan Dublin (Malahide) 21 Jul 2015
15 India won 7 wkts 0 v Australia Sydney 31 Jan 2016
16 South Africa won 3 wkts 0 v England Cape Town 19 Feb 2016
17 Australia won 5 wkts 0 v South Africa Johannesburg 06 Mar 2016
18 Sri Lanka won 5 wkts 0 v Australia Melbourne 17 Feb 2017
19 Sri Lanka won 2 wkts 0 v Australia Geelong 19 Feb 2017
20 India won 6 wkts 1 v South Africa Johannesburg 01 Dec 2006
21 Zimbabwe won 5 wkts 1 v Australia Cape Town 12 Sep 2007
22 South Africa won 3 wkts 1 v New Zealand Johannesburg 23 Nov 2007
23 Ireland won 4 wkts 1 v Scotland Belfast 02 Aug 2008
24 Pakistan won 3 wkts 1 v Sri Lanka King City (NW) 11 Oct 2008
25 Afghanistan won 5 wkts 1 v Canada Colombo (SSC) 04 Feb 2010
26 New Zealand won 2 wkts 1 v Sri Lanka Providence 30 Apr 2010
27 West Indies won 8 wkts 1 v England Providence 03 May 2010
28 Australia won 3 wkts 1 v Pakistan Gros Islet 14 May 2010
29 Bangladesh won 3 wkts 1 v West Indies Dhaka 11 Oct 2011
30 Pakistan won 6 wkts 1 v Afghanistan Sharjah 08 Dec 2013
31 Australia won 2 wkts 1 v South Africa Sydney 09 Nov 2014
32 Hong Kong won 2 wkts 1 v Nepal Colombo (PSS) 24 Nov 2014
33 Afghanistan won 5 wkts 1 v Zimbabwe Bulawayo 28 Oct 2015
34 Zimbabwe won 3 wkts 1 v Bangladesh Dhaka 15 Nov 2015
35 Sri Lanka won 5 wkts 1 v South Africa Cape Town 25 Jan 2017
36 World-XI won 7 wkts 1 v Pakistan Lahore 13 Sep 2017
37 Pakistan won 2 wkts 1 v Sri Lanka Abu Dhabi 27 Oct 2017
38 India won 8 wkts 2 v Australia Melbourne 03 Feb 2012
39 New Zealand won 5 wkts 2 v Zimbabwe Hamilton 14 Feb 2012
40 Afghanistan won 4 wkts 2 v Netherlands Dubai (DSC) 14 Mar 2012
41 England won 7 wkts 2 v West Indies Nottingham 24 Jun 2012
42 Pakistan won 2 wkts 2 v South Africa Colombo (RPS) 28 Sep 2012
43 Pakistan won 5 wkts 2 v India Bengaluru 25 Dec 2012
44 India won 6 wkts 2 v Australia Rajkot 10 Oct 2013
45 Australia won 5 wkts 2 v South Africa Durban 12 Mar 2014
46 Hong Kong won 2 wkts 2 v Bangladesh Chittagong 20 Mar 2014
47 India won 7 wkts 2 v West Indies Dhaka 23 Mar 2014
48 West Indies won 6 wkts 2 v Australia Dhaka 28 Mar 2014
49 Pakistan won 2 wkts 2 v Zimbabwe Lahore 24 May 2015
50 Nepal won 3 wkts 2 v Netherlands Rotterdam 03 Jul 2015
51 South Africa won 7 wkts 2 v India Dharamsala 02 Oct 2015
52 Hong Kong won 4 wkts 2 v Afghanistan Abu Dhabi 28 Nov 2015
53 Oman won 2 wkts 2 v Ireland Dharamsala 09 Mar 2016
54 England won 2 wkts 2 v South Africa Mumbai 18 Mar 2016
55 West Indies won 3 wkts 2 v South Africa Nagpur 25 Mar 2016
56 West Indies won 7 wkts 2 v India Mumbai 31 Mar 2016
57 West Indies won 4 wkts 2 v England Kolkata 03 Apr 2016
58 Afghanistan won 5 wkts 2 v U.A.E. Dubai (DSC) 16 Dec 2016
59 Sri Lanka won 3 wkts 2 v South Africa Johannesburg 22 Jan 2017
60 England won 5 wkts 3 v West Indies The Oval 29 Jun 2007
61 Canada won 4 wkts 3 v Netherlands Belfast 02 Aug 2008
62 England won 6 wkts 3 v Pakistan Bridgetown 06 May 2010
63 England won 6 wkts 3 v India Manchester 31 Aug 2011
64 Australia won 5 wkts 3 v South Africa Cape Town 13 Oct 2011
65 Pakistan won 5 wkts 3 v Sri Lanka Abu Dhabi 25 Nov 2011
66 Pakistan won 5 wkts 3 v Zimbabwe Lahore 22 May 2015
67 Afghanistan won 3 wkts 3 v Oman Fatullah 20 Feb 2016
68 India won 9 wkts 3 v Australia Ranchi 07 Oct 2017
69 South Africa won 4 wkts 4 v West Indies Johannesburg 18 Jan 2008
70 India won 3 wkts 4 v Sri Lanka Colombo (RPS) 10 Feb 2009
71 South Africa won 4 wkts 4 v Australia Johannesburg 27 Mar 2009
72 West Indies won 5 wkts 4 v England The Oval 15 Jun 2009
73 New Zealand won 6 wkts 4 v South Africa Wellington 17 Feb 2012
74 England won 6 wkts 4 v Sri Lanka Chittagong 27 Mar 2014
75 West Indies won 4 wkts 4 v South Africa Cape Town 09 Jan 2015
76 West Indies won 4 wkts 4 v South Africa Johannesburg 11 Jan 2015
77 Pakistan won 1 wkts 4 v Sri Lanka Colombo (RPS) 01 Aug 2015
78 India won 5 wkts 4 v Sri Lanka Dhaka 01 Mar 2016
79 Pakistan won 6 wkts 4 v Sri Lanka Dhaka 04 Mar 2016
80 South Africa won 3 wkts 4 v Australia Durban 04 Mar 2016
81 Australia won 6 wkts 4 v South Africa Cape Town 09 Mar 2016
82 Netherlands won 5 wkts 4 v Oman Abu Dhabi 15 Jan 2017
83 West Indies won 7 wkts 4 v Afghanistan Basseterre 05 Jun 2017
84 India won 7 wkts 4 v Sri Lanka Colombo (RPS) 06 Sep 2017
85 India won 5 wkts 4 v Sri Lanka Mumbai 24 Dec 2017
86 Pakistan won 6 wkts 5 v Australia Johannesburg 18 Sep 2007
87 South Africa won 6 wkts 5 v New Zealand Durban 19 Sep 2007
88 Ireland won 4 wkts 5 v Kenya Belfast 04 Aug 2008
89 India won 6 wkts 5 v Sri Lanka Mohali 12 Dec 2009
90 Netherlands won 6 wkts 5 v Canada Dubai (DSC) 09 Feb 2010
91 Netherlands won 7 wkts 5 v Kenya Abu Dhabi 11 Feb 2010
92 England won 3 wkts 5 v New Zealand Gros Islet 10 May 2010
93 South Africa won 3 wkts 5 v Australia Johannesburg 16 Oct 2011
94 Netherlands won 3 wkts 5 v Scotland ICCA Dubai 22 Mar 2012
95 Pakistan won 3 wkts 5 v Sri Lanka Dubai (DSC) 11 Dec 2013
96 Ireland won 6 wkts 5 v West Indies Kingston 19 Feb 2014
97 India won 6 wkts 5 v South Africa Dhaka 04 Apr 2014
98 Pakistan won 7 wkts 5 v New Zealand Dubai (DSC) 04 Dec 2014
99 Hong Kong won 5 wkts 5 v Nepal Belfast 15 Jul 2015
100 Afghanistan won 6 wkts 5 v Zimbabwe Bulawayo 26 Oct 2015
101 Bangladesh won 5 wkts 5 v Pakistan Dhaka 02 Mar 2016
102 India won 6 wkts 5 v Australia Mohali 27 Mar 2016
103 U.A.E. won 5 wkts 5 v P.N.G. Abu Dhabi 14 Apr 2017
104 Pakistan won 4 wkts 6 v Bangladesh Cape Town 20 Sep 2007
105 Sri Lanka won 5 wkts 6 v Zimbabwe King City (NW) 10 Oct 2008
106 Pakistan won 7 wkts 6 v Zimbabwe King City (NW) 12 Oct 2008
107 Sri Lanka won 5 wkts 6 v Pakistan King City (NW) 13 Oct 2008
108 New Zealand won 7 wkts 6 v Scotland The Oval 06 Jun 2009
109 Sri Lanka won 6 wkts 6 v Australia Nottingham 08 Jun 2009
110 Pakistan won 4 wkts 6 v England Dubai (DSC) 20 Feb 2010
111 South Africa won 7 wkts 6 v England Chester-le-Street 08 Sep 2012
112 Kenya won 5 wkts 6 v Netherlands Windhoek 19 Apr 2013
113 New Zealand won 4 wkts 6 v West Indies Wellington 15 Jan 2014
114 New Zealand won 6 wkts 6 v Netherlands Chittagong 29 Mar 2014
115 South Africa won 7 wkts 6 v Australia Adelaide 05 Nov 2014
116 Scotland won 7 wkts 6 v Oman Dubai (DSC) 19 Jan 2017
117 Pakistan won 7 wkts 6 v West Indies Port of Spain 02 Apr 2017

India won the third Twenty20 International against Sri Lanka at Mumbai on 24.12.17 by five wickets with four balls to spare to provide the 13th occasion of India winning a Twenty20 game in the  last over of the match which includes the last ball victories. All such occasions are tabulated below

No Team Result Margin BR Opposition Ground Start Date
1 India won 7 wkts 0 v Australia Sydney 31 Jan 2016
2 India won 6 wkts 1 v South Africa Johannesburg 01 Dec 2006
3 India won 8 wkts 2 v Australia Melbourne 03 Feb 2012
4 India won 6 wkts 2 v Australia Rajkot 10 Oct 2013
5 India won 7 wkts 2 v West Indies Dhaka 23 Mar 2014
6 India won 9 wkts 3 v Australia Ranchi 07 Oct 2017
7 India won 3 wkts 4 v Sri Lanka Colombo (RPS) 10 Feb 2009
8 India won 5 wkts 4 v Sri Lanka Dhaka 01 Mar 2016
9 India won 7 wkts 4 v Sri Lanka Colombo (RPS) 06 Sep 2017
10 India won 5 wkts 4 v Sri Lanka Mumbai 24 Dec 2017
11 India won 6 wkts 5 v Sri Lanka Mohali 12 Dec 2009
12 India won 6 wkts 5 v South Africa Dhaka 04 Apr 2014
13 India won 6 wkts 5 v Australia Mohali 27 Mar 2016

Teams winning a Twenty20I game with single digit deliveries to spare

India won the third Twenty20 International against Sri Lanka at Mumbai on 24.12.17 by five wickets with four balls to spare to provide the 155th occasion of a team winning a Twenty20 game with single digits deliveries to spare which includes the last ball victories. All such occasions are tabulated below

No Team Result Margin BR Opposition Ground Start Date
1 India won 6 wkts 1 v South Africa Johannesburg 01 Dec 2006
2 New Zealand won 5 wkts 9 v Sri Lanka Auckland 26 Dec 2006
3 England won 5 wkts 3 v West Indies The Oval 29 Jun 2007
4 Zimbabwe won 5 wkts 1 v Australia Cape Town 12 Sep 2007
5 South Africa won 7 wkts 7 v Bangladesh Cape Town 15 Sep 2007
6 Sri Lanka won 7 wkts 7 v New Zealand Johannesburg 15 Sep 2007
7 Pakistan won 6 wkts 5 v Australia Johannesburg 18 Sep 2007
8 South Africa won 6 wkts 5 v New Zealand Durban 19 Sep 2007
9 Pakistan won 4 wkts 6 v Bangladesh Cape Town 20 Sep 2007
10 Pakistan won 6 wkts 7 v New Zealand Cape Town 22 Sep 2007
11 South Africa won 3 wkts 1 v New Zealand Johannesburg 23 Nov 2007
12 South Africa won 4 wkts 4 v West Indies Johannesburg 18 Jan 2008
13 Ireland won 4 wkts 1 v Scotland Belfast 02 Aug 2008
14 Canada won 4 wkts 3 v Netherlands Belfast 02 Aug 2008
15 Ireland won 4 wkts 5 v Kenya Belfast 04 Aug 2008
16 Sri Lanka won 5 wkts 6 v Zimbabwe King City (NW) 10 Oct 2008
17 Pakistan won 3 wkts 1 v Sri Lanka King City (NW) 11 Oct 2008
18 Pakistan won 7 wkts 6 v Zimbabwe King City (NW) 12 Oct 2008
19 Sri Lanka won 5 wkts 6 v Pakistan King City (NW) 13 Oct 2008
20 Australia won 6 wkts 7 v South Africa Brisbane 13 Jan 2009
21 India won 3 wkts 4 v Sri Lanka Colombo (RPS) 10 Feb 2009
22 New Zealand won 7 wkts 7 v India Christchurch 25 Feb 2009
23 New Zealand won 5 wkts 0 v India Wellington 27 Feb 2009
24 South Africa won 4 wkts 4 v Australia Johannesburg 27 Mar 2009
25 Netherlands won 4 wkts 0 v England Lord’s 05 Jun 2009
26 New Zealand won 7 wkts 6 v Scotland The Oval 06 Jun 2009
27 Sri Lanka won 6 wkts 6 v Australia Nottingham 08 Jun 2009
28 West Indies won 7 wkts 8 v India Lord’s 12 Jun 2009
29 West Indies won 5 wkts 4 v England The Oval 15 Jun 2009
30 Pakistan won 8 wkts 8 v Sri Lanka Lord’s 21 Jun 2009
31 India won 6 wkts 5 v Sri Lanka Mohali 12 Dec 2009
32 Afghanistan won 5 wkts 1 v Canada Colombo (SSC) 04 Feb 2010
33 Netherlands won 6 wkts 5 v Canada Dubai (DSC) 09 Feb 2010
34 Netherlands won 7 wkts 5 v Kenya Abu Dhabi 11 Feb 2010
35 Netherlands won 4 wkts 7 v Afghanistan Dubai (DSC) 12 Feb 2010
36 England won 7 wkts 9 v Pakistan Dubai (DSC) 19 Feb 2010
37 England won 7 wkts 9 v Pakistan Dubai (DSC) 19 Feb 2010
38 Pakistan won 4 wkts 6 v England Dubai (DSC) 20 Feb 2010
39 New Zealand won 2 wkts 1 v Sri Lanka Providence 30 Apr 2010
40 West Indies won 8 wkts 1 v England Providence 03 May 2010
41 England won 6 wkts 3 v Pakistan Bridgetown 06 May 2010
42 England won 3 wkts 5 v New Zealand Gros Islet 10 May 2010
43 Sri Lanka won 5 wkts 0 v India Gros Islet 11 May 2010
44 Australia won 3 wkts 1 v Pakistan Gros Islet 14 May 2010
45 South Africa won 6 wkts 8 v Pakistan Abu Dhabi 27 Oct 2010
46 England won 1 wkts 0 v Australia Adelaide 12 Jan 2011
47 England won 6 wkts 3 v India Manchester 31 Aug 2011
48 Bangladesh won 3 wkts 1 v West Indies Dhaka 11 Oct 2011
49 Australia won 5 wkts 3 v South Africa Cape Town 13 Oct 2011
50 South Africa won 3 wkts 5 v Australia Johannesburg 16 Oct 2011
51 England won 6 wkts 8 v India Kolkata 29 Oct 2011
52 Pakistan won 5 wkts 3 v Sri Lanka Abu Dhabi 25 Nov 2011
53 India won 8 wkts 2 v Australia Melbourne 03 Feb 2012
54 New Zealand won 5 wkts 2 v Zimbabwe Hamilton 14 Feb 2012
55 New Zealand won 6 wkts 4 v South Africa Wellington 17 Feb 2012
56 Afghanistan won 4 wkts 2 v Netherlands Dubai (DSC) 14 Mar 2012
57 Netherlands won 3 wkts 5 v Scotland ICCA Dubai 22 Mar 2012
58 Scotland won 4 wkts 0 v Canada Dubai (DSC) 23 Mar 2012
59 Ireland won 5 wkts 7 v Afghanistan Dubai (DSC) 24 Mar 2012
60 England won 7 wkts 2 v West Indies Nottingham 24 Jun 2012
61 Bangladesh won 2 wkts 0 v Ireland Belfast 21 Jul 2012
62 Netherlands won 1 wkts 0 v Bangladesh The Hague 26 Jul 2012
63 South Africa won 7 wkts 6 v England Chester-le-Street 08 Sep 2012
64 Pakistan won 8 wkts 8 v Bangladesh Pallekele 25 Sep 2012
65 Pakistan won 2 wkts 2 v South Africa Colombo (RPS) 28 Sep 2012
66 England won 6 wkts 7 v New Zealand Pallekele 29 Sep 2012
67 England won 6 wkts 0 v India Mumbai 22 Dec 2012
68 New Zealand won 8 wkts 0 v South Africa East London 23 Dec 2012
69 Pakistan won 5 wkts 2 v India Bengaluru 25 Dec 2012
70 Sri Lanka won 5 wkts 7 v Australia Sydney 26 Jan 2013
71 Canada won 5 wkts 9 v Kenya ICCA Dubai 15 Mar 2013
72 Kenya won 5 wkts 6 v Netherlands Windhoek 19 Apr 2013
73 Scotland won 7 wkts 9 v Kenya Aberdeen 05 Jul 2013
74 Pakistan won 2 wkts 0 v West Indies Kingstown 27 Jul 2013
75 India won 6 wkts 2 v Australia Rajkot 10 Oct 2013
76 Pakistan won 6 wkts 1 v Afghanistan Sharjah 08 Dec 2013
77 Pakistan won 3 wkts 5 v Sri Lanka Dubai (DSC) 11 Dec 2013
78 New Zealand won 4 wkts 6 v West Indies Wellington 15 Jan 2014
79 Sri Lanka won 3 wkts 0 v Bangladesh Chittagong 14 Feb 2014
80 Ireland won 6 wkts 5 v West Indies Kingston 19 Feb 2014
81 West Indies won 5 wkts 7 v England Bridgetown 11 Mar 2014
82 Australia won 5 wkts 2 v South Africa Durban 12 Mar 2014
83 Ireland won 3 wkts 0 v Zimbabwe Sylhet 17 Mar 2014
84 Netherlands won 6 wkts 7 v U.A.E. Sylhet 17 Mar 2014
85 Zimbabwe won 5 wkts 0 v Netherlands Sylhet 19 Mar 2014
86 Hong Kong won 2 wkts 2 v Bangladesh Chittagong 20 Mar 2014
87 India won 7 wkts 9 v Pakistan Dhaka 21 Mar 2014
88 India won 7 wkts 2 v West Indies Dhaka 23 Mar 2014
89 England won 6 wkts 4 v Sri Lanka Chittagong 27 Mar 2014
90 West Indies won 6 wkts 2 v Australia Dhaka 28 Mar 2014
91 India won 8 wkts 9 v Bangladesh Dhaka 28 Mar 2014
92 New Zealand won 6 wkts 6 v Netherlands Chittagong 29 Mar 2014
93 India won 6 wkts 5 v South Africa Dhaka 04 Apr 2014
94 South Africa won 7 wkts 6 v Australia Adelaide 05 Nov 2014
95 Australia won 2 wkts 1 v South Africa Sydney 09 Nov 2014
96 Hong Kong won 2 wkts 1 v Nepal Colombo (PSS) 24 Nov 2014
97 Pakistan won 7 wkts 5 v New Zealand Dubai (DSC) 04 Dec 2014
98 West Indies won 4 wkts 4 v South Africa Cape Town 09 Jan 2015
99 West Indies won 4 wkts 4 v South Africa Johannesburg 11 Jan 2015
100 Pakistan won 5 wkts 3 v Zimbabwe Lahore 22 May 2015
101 Pakistan won 2 wkts 2 v Zimbabwe Lahore 24 May 2015
102 Nepal won 3 wkts 2 v Netherlands Rotterdam 03 Jul 2015
103 Hong Kong won 5 wkts 5 v Nepal Belfast 15 Jul 2015
104 P.N.G. won 2 wkts 7 v Ireland Belfast 15 Jul 2015
105 Hong Kong won 5 wkts 0 v Afghanistan Dublin (Malahide) 21 Jul 2015
106 Afghanistan won 5 wkts 7 v Oman Dublin 25 Jul 2015
107 Pakistan won 1 wkts 4 v Sri Lanka Colombo (RPS) 01 Aug 2015
108 South Africa won 7 wkts 2 v India Dharamsala 02 Oct 2015
109 Afghanistan won 6 wkts 5 v Zimbabwe Bulawayo 26 Oct 2015
110 Afghanistan won 5 wkts 1 v Zimbabwe Bulawayo 28 Oct 2015
111 Zimbabwe won 3 wkts 1 v Bangladesh Dhaka 15 Nov 2015
112 Oman won 6 wkts 9 v Hong Kong Abu Dhabi 21 Nov 2015
113 Hong Kong won 8 wkts 9 v Oman Abu Dhabi 26 Nov 2015
114 Hong Kong won 4 wkts 2 v Afghanistan Abu Dhabi 28 Nov 2015
115 Bangladesh won 4 wkts 8 v Zimbabwe Khulna 15 Jan 2016
116 India won 7 wkts 0 v Australia Sydney 31 Jan 2016
117 South Africa won 3 wkts 0 v England Cape Town 19 Feb 2016
118 Afghanistan won 3 wkts 3 v Oman Fatullah 20 Feb 2016
119 U.A.E. won 6 wkts 9 v Hong Kong Fatullah 21 Feb 2016
120 Pakistan won 7 wkts 8 v U.A.E. Dhaka 29 Feb 2016
121 India won 5 wkts 4 v Sri Lanka Dhaka 01 Mar 2016
122 Bangladesh won 5 wkts 5 v Pakistan Dhaka 02 Mar 2016
123 Pakistan won 6 wkts 4 v Sri Lanka Dhaka 04 Mar 2016
124 South Africa won 3 wkts 4 v Australia Durban 04 Mar 2016
125 Australia won 5 wkts 0 v South Africa Johannesburg 06 Mar 2016
126 India won 8 wkts 7 v Bangladesh Dhaka 06 Mar 2016
127 Oman won 2 wkts 2 v Ireland Dharamsala 09 Mar 2016
128 Australia won 6 wkts 4 v South Africa Cape Town 09 Mar 2016
129 Sri Lanka won 6 wkts 7 v Afghanistan Kolkata 17 Mar 2016
130 England won 2 wkts 2 v South Africa Mumbai 18 Mar 2016
131 Australia won 3 wkts 9 v Bangladesh Bengaluru 21 Mar 2016
132 West Indies won 3 wkts 2 v South Africa Nagpur 25 Mar 2016
133 India won 6 wkts 5 v Australia Mohali 27 Mar 2016
134 West Indies won 7 wkts 2 v India Mumbai 31 Mar 2016
135 West Indies won 4 wkts 2 v England Kolkata 03 Apr 2016
136 Afghanistan won 5 wkts 2 v U.A.E. Dubai (DSC) 16 Dec 2016
137 Afghanistan won 5 wkts 8 v Ireland Abu Dhabi 14 Jan 2017
138 Netherlands won 5 wkts 4 v Oman Abu Dhabi 15 Jan 2017
139 Afghanistan won 5 wkts 7 v U.A.E. Abu Dhabi 16 Jan 2017
140 Scotland won 7 wkts 6 v Oman Dubai (DSC) 19 Jan 2017
141 Afghanistan won 8 wkts 9 v Oman Dubai (DSC) 20 Jan 2017
142 Sri Lanka won 3 wkts 2 v South Africa Johannesburg 22 Jan 2017
143 Sri Lanka won 5 wkts 1 v South Africa Cape Town 25 Jan 2017
144 Sri Lanka won 5 wkts 0 v Australia Melbourne 17 Feb 2017
145 Sri Lanka won 2 wkts 0 v Australia Geelong 19 Feb 2017
146 Pakistan won 7 wkts 6 v West Indies Port of Spain 02 Apr 2017
147 Sri Lanka won 6 wkts 7 v Bangladesh Colombo (RPS) 04 Apr 2017
148 U.A.E. won 5 wkts 5 v P.N.G. Abu Dhabi 14 Apr 2017
149 West Indies won 7 wkts 4 v Afghanistan Basseterre 05 Jun 2017
150 West Indies won 9 wkts 9 v India Kingston 09 Jul 2017
151 India won 7 wkts 4 v Sri Lanka Colombo (RPS) 06 Sep 2017
152 World-XI won 7 wkts 1 v Pakistan Lahore 13 Sep 2017
153 India won 9 wkts 3 v Australia Ranchi 07 Oct 2017
154 Pakistan won 2 wkts 1 v Sri Lanka Abu Dhabi 27 Oct 2017
155 India won 5 wkts 4 v Sri Lanka Mumbai 24 Dec 2017

India’s victory provides the 16th occasion of Indian winning a T20I with single digit deliveries to spare. All such occasions are listed below

NO Team Result Margin BR Opposition Ground Start Date
1 India won 6 wkts 1 v South Africa Johannesburg 01 Dec 2006
2 India won 3 wkts 4 v Sri Lanka Colombo (RPS) 10 Feb 2009
3 India won 6 wkts 5 v Sri Lanka Mohali 12 Dec 2009
4 India won 8 wkts 2 v Australia Melbourne 03 Feb 2012
5 India won 6 wkts 2 v Australia Rajkot 10 Oct 2013
6 India won 7 wkts 9 v Pakistan Dhaka 21 Mar 2014
7 India won 7 wkts 2 v West Indies Dhaka 23 Mar 2014
8 India won 8 wkts 9 v Bangladesh Dhaka 28 Mar 2014
9 India won 6 wkts 5 v South Africa Dhaka 04 Apr 2014
10 India won 7 wkts 0 v Australia Sydney 31 Jan 2016
11 India won 5 wkts 4 v Sri Lanka Dhaka 01 Mar 2016
12 India won 8 wkts 7 v Bangladesh Dhaka 06 Mar 2016
13 India won 6 wkts 5 v Australia Mohali 27 Mar 2016
14 India won 7 wkts 4 v Sri Lanka Colombo (RPS) 06 Sep 2017
15 India won 9 wkts 3 v Australia Ranchi 07 Oct 2017
16 India won 5 wkts 4 v Sri Lanka Mumbai 24 Dec 2017

It also provides the 15th occasion of a team winning a T20I game against Sri Lanks with single digit deliveries to spare. All such occasions are listed below

No Team Result Margin BR Opposition Ground Start Date
1 New Zealand won 5 wkts 9 v Sri Lanka Auckland 26 Dec 2006
2 Pakistan won 3 wkts 1 v Sri Lanka King City (NW) 11 Oct 2008
3 India won 3 wkts 4 v Sri Lanka Colombo (RPS) 10 Feb 2009
4 Pakistan won 8 wkts 8 v Sri Lanka Lord’s 21 Jun 2009
5 India won 6 wkts 5 v Sri Lanka Mohali 12 Dec 2009
6 New Zealand won 2 wkts 1 v Sri Lanka Providence 30 Apr 2010
7 Pakistan won 5 wkts 3 v Sri Lanka Abu Dhabi 25 Nov 2011
8 Pakistan won 3 wkts 5 v Sri Lanka Dubai (DSC) 11 Dec 2013
9 England won 6 wkts 4 v Sri Lanka Chittagong 27 Mar 2014
10 Pakistan won 1 wkts 4 v Sri Lanka Colombo (RPS) 01 Aug 2015
11 India won 5 wkts 4 v Sri Lanka Dhaka 01 Mar 2016
12 Pakistan won 6 wkts 4 v Sri Lanka Dhaka 04 Mar 2016
13 India won 7 wkts 4 v Sri Lanka Colombo (RPS) 06 Sep 2017
14 Pakistan won 2 wkts 1 v Sri Lanka Abu Dhabi 27 Oct 2017
15 India won 5 wkts 4 v Sri Lanka Mumbai 24 Dec 2017

It also provides the fifth occasion of India winning a T20I against  Sri Lanka with single digit deliveries to spare. All such occasions are listed below.

No Team Result Margin BR Opposition Ground Start Date
1 India won 3 wkts 4 v Sri Lanka Colombo (RPS) 10 Feb 2009
2 India won 6 wkts 5 v Sri Lanka Mohali 12 Dec 2009
3 India won 5 wkts 4 v Sri Lanka Dhaka 01 Mar 2016
4 India won 7 wkts 4 v Sri Lanka Colombo (RPS) 06 Sep 2017
5 India won 5 wkts 4 v Sri Lanka Mumbai 24 Dec 2017

The following table lists the 17 occasions o team winning a T20I game with exact four deliveries to spare

No Team Result Margin BR Opposition Ground Start Date
1 South Africa won 4 wkts 4 v West Indies Johannesburg 18 Jan 2008
2 India won 3 wkts 4 v Sri Lanka Colombo (RPS) 10 Feb 2009
3 South Africa won 4 wkts 4 v Australia Johannesburg 27 Mar 2009
4 West Indies won 5 wkts 4 v England The Oval 15 Jun 2009
5 New Zealand won 6 wkts 4 v South Africa Wellington 17 Feb 2012
6 England won 6 wkts 4 v Sri Lanka Chittagong 27 Mar 2014
7 West Indies won 4 wkts 4 v South Africa Cape Town 09 Jan 2015
8 West Indies won 4 wkts 4 v South Africa Johannesburg 11 Jan 2015
9 Pakistan won 1 wkts 4 v Sri Lanka Colombo (RPS) 01 Aug 2015
10 India won 5 wkts 4 v Sri Lanka Dhaka 01 Mar 2016
11 Pakistan won 6 wkts 4 v Sri Lanka Dhaka 04 Mar 2016
12 South Africa won 3 wkts 4 v Australia Durban 04 Mar 2016
13 Australia won 6 wkts 4 v South Africa Cape Town 09 Mar 2016
14 Netherlands won 5 wkts 4 v Oman Abu Dhabi 15 Jan 2017
15 West Indies won 7 wkts 4 v Afghanistan Basseterre 05 Jun 2017
16 India won 7 wkts 4 v Sri Lanka Colombo (RPS) 06 Sep 2017
17 India won 5 wkts 4 v Sri Lanka Mumbai 24 Dec 2017

There are four occasions of a team winning a T20I game by five wickets  and four balls to  spare. All the four occasions are tabulated below.

No Team Result Margin BR Opposition Ground Start Date
1 West Indies won 5 wkts 4 v England The Oval 15 Jun 2009
2 India won 5 wkts 4 v Sri Lanka Dhaka 01 Mar 2016
3 Netherlands won 5 wkts 4 v Oman Abu Dhabi 15 Jan 2017
4 India won 5 wkts 4 v Sri Lanka Mumbai 24 Dec 2017

India has won two games against Sri Lanka by five  wickets with four balls to spare  – at Dhaka on 01.03.16 and  at Mumbai on 24.12.17

No Team Result Margin BR Opposition Ground Start Date
1 India won 5 wkts 4 v Sri Lanka Dhaka 01 Mar 2016
2 India won 5 wkts 4 v Sri Lanka Mumbai 24 Dec 2017

RG Sharma stars in India’s win in Second Twenty20 at Indore – India post yet another comprehensive win

Second Twenty20 – India vs Sri Lanka at Indore on 22 Dec 2017 – India won by 88 runs

India posted a total of 260 for 5 in this game to provide the 58th occasion of a team posting 200 plus runs in T20Is. It also provides the third occasion of a team posting a total of 250 plus runs in the history of T20Is. The three occasions are as under

No Team Score Overs Inns Opposition Ground Start Date
1 Australia 263/3 20.0 1 v Sri Lanka Pallekele 06 Sep 2016
2 Sri Lanka 260/6 20.0 1 v Kenya Johannesburg 14 Sep 2007
3 India 260/5 20.0 1 v Sri Lanka Indore 22 Dec 2017

India’s total represents the joint second highest team total in the history of T20Is. It also represents the second highest team total posted against Sri Lanka – the highest being Australia’s 263 for 3 at Pallekele on 06.09.16. It is interesting to note that in all the three totals of 250 plus runs in T20Is, Sri Lanka is  one of the teams.

India posted its highest team total in this game. Its previous highest total was 244 for 4 against West Indies at Lauderhill on 27.08.2016

RG Sharma scored 118 in this game to provide the 29th occasion of a batsman scoring a century in one day games. It also provides the fourth occasion of an Indian batsman scoring a century in one day games.

No Player Runs Inns Opposition Ground Start Date
1 SK Raina 101 1 v South Africa Gros Islet 02 May 2010
2 RG Sharma 106 1 v South Africa Dharamsala 02 Oct 2015
3 KL Rahul 110* 2 v West Indies Lauderhill 27 Aug 2016
4 RG Sharma 118 1 v Sri Lanka Indore 22 Dec 2017

RG Sharma’s 118 in this game represent the highest individual score by an Indian batsman in T20Is. The previous best was 110 not out by KL Rahul against West Indies at Lauderhill on 27.08.16.

No Player Runs Inns Opposition Ground Start Date
1 RG Sharma 118 1 v Sri Lanka Indore 22 Dec 2017
2 KL Rahul 110* 2 v West Indies Lauderhill 27 Aug 2016

RG Sharma scored 118 in this game to provide the 21st occasion of an opening batsman scoring a century in one day games. It also provides the second occasion of an Indian batsman scoring a century in one day games.

No Player Runs Inns Opposition Ground Start Date
1 RG Sharma 106 1 v South Africa Dharamsala 02 Oct 2015
2 RG Sharma 118 1 v Sri Lanka Indore 22 Dec 2017

RG Sharma’s 118 in this game represent the highest individual score by an Indian opening batsman in T20Is. The previous best was 106 by RG Sharms himself against South Africa at Dharamsala on 02.10.15

No Player Runs Inns Opposition Ground Start Date
1 RG Sharma 118 1 v Sri Lanka Indore 22 Dec 2017
2 RG Sharma 106 1 v South Africa Dharamsala 02 Oct 2015

RG Sharma’s 118 in this game provide the fourth occasion of a captain scoring century in T20Is. All the four occasions are listed below.

No Player Runs Inns Team Oppn Ground Start Date
1 TM Dilshan 104* 1 Srl Aus Pallekele 06 Aug 2011
2 F du Plessis 119 1 RSA Win Johannesburg 11 Jan 2015
3 SR Watson 124* 1 Aus Ind Sydney 31 Jan 2016
4 RG Sharma 118 1 Ind Srk Indore 22 Dec 2017

RG Sharma earned the distinction of becoming the first Indian captain to score a century in T20Is. The previous best was V Kohlis’s 82 against Sri Lanka at Col-RPS on 06.09.17.

RG Sharma’s 118 in this game represent his second century in T20Is. He had scored 106 runs against South Africa at Dharamsala on 02.10.15. He became the fifth batsman in the history of T20Is to score two centuries. Other are – CH Gayle, E Lewis, BB McCullum and C Munro

RG Sharma’s 118 in this game represent his second century as an opening batsman in T20Is. He had scored 106 runs against South Africa at Dharamsala on 02.10.15. He became the third opening batsman in the history of T20Is to score two centuries. CH Gayle and E Lewis are the other two opening batsman to accomplish the feat

RG Sharma and KL Rahul added 165 runs for the first wicket in this game to provide the 115th occasion of a century partnership in T20Is. It also provides the 43rd occasion of a century partnership for the first wicket in T20Is

RG Sharma and KL Rahul added 165 runs for the first wicket in this game to provide the 11th occasion of a century partnership in T20Is. It also provides the fourth occasion of a century partnership for the first wicket in T20Is. All the four occasions are listed below

No Partners Wkt Runs Inns Opposition Ground Start Date
1 KL Rahul, RG Sharma 1 165 1 v Sri Lanka Indore 22 Dec 2017
2 S Dhawan, RG Sharma 1 158 1 v New Zealand Delhi 01 Nov 2017
3 G Gambhir, V Sehwag 1 136 1 v England Durban 19 Sep 2007
4 Mandeep Singh, KL Rahul 1 103* 2 v Zimbabwe Harare 20 Jun 2016

RG Sharma and KL Rahul added 165 runs for the first wicket in this game to provide the record partnership not only for any wicket but also for the first wicket in T20Is. The previous best for any wicket and for the first wicket was 158 runs partnership between S Dhawan and RG Sharma against New Zealand at Delhi on 01.11.17.

No Partners Wkt Runs Inns Opposition Ground Start Date
1 KL Rahul, RG Sharma 1 165 1 v Sri Lanka Indore 22 Dec 2017
2 S Dhawan, RG Sharma 1 158 1 v New Zealand Delhi 01 Nov 2017

RG Sharma and KL Rahul added 165 runs for the first wicket in this game to provide the record partnership by Indian batsmen against Sri Lanka for any wicket in T20Is. The previous best was the 119 runs partnership for the third wicket between V Kohli and MK Pandey at Col-RPS on 06.09.17

No Partners Wkt Runs Inns Opposition Ground Start Date
1 KL Rahul, RG Sharma 1 165 1 v Sri Lanka Indore 22 Dec 2017
2 V Kohli, MK Pandey 3 119 1 v Sri Lanka Col-RPs 06 Sep 2017

RG Sharma and KL Rahul added 165 runs for the first wicket in this game to provide the record partnership by any team against Sri Lanka for any wicket in T20Is. The previous best was the 152 runs partnership for the third wicket between AD Hales and EJG Morgan at Chittagong on 22.03.14

No Partners Wkt Runs Inns Team Oppn Ground Start Date
1 KL Rahul, RG Sharma 1 165 1 Ind Srl Indore 22 Dec 2017
2 AD Hales, EJG Morgan 3 152 2 Eng Srl Chittagong 22 Mar 2014

RG Sharma and KL Rahul added 165 runs for the first wicket in this game to provide the tenth occasion of batsmen of various teams posting a century partnership against Sri Lanka in T20Is.

RG Sharma {118} and KL Rahul {89} scored fifties in this game to provide the 30th occasion of both the openers scoring fifties in an innings in the history of T20Is.

RG Sharma {118} and KL Rahul {89} scored a century and a fifty in this game to provide the second occasion of one of the openers scoring a century and the other scoring a fifty in an innings in the history of T20Is. The other such occasion was witnessed in the game between West Indies and India at Lauderhill on 27.08.16. West Indies openers J Charles scored 79 and E Lewis scored 100 in this game

YS Chahal captured 4 for 52 in this game to provide the eleventh occasion of an Indian bowler capturing four or more wickets in a T20I. It also provides the fourth occasion of an Indian bowler capturing four or more wickets against Sri Lanka. All the three occasions are tabulated below

No Player O M R W Inns Opposition Ground Start Date
1 AB Dinda 3.0 1 19 4 2 v Sri Lanka Pallekele 07 Aug 2012
2 R Ashwin 4.0 1 08 4 1 v Sri Lanka Visakhapatnam 14 Feb 2016
3 YS Chahal 4.0 0 23 4 2 v Sri Lanka Cuttack 20 Dec 2017
4 YS Chahal 4.0 0 52 4 2 v Sri Lanka Indore 22 Dec 2017

YS Chahal’s 4 for 23 in this game represent his third four plus wicket haul in T20Is. He had captured 6 for 25 against England at Bengaluru on 01.02.17 and 4 for 23 against Sri Lanka at Cuttak on 20.12.17. He now owns the record of most four wicket hauls by an Indian bowler in T20Is. He wnet past R Ashwin who had two four wicket hauls. The bowling feats of these two bowlers are tabulated below

No Player O M R W Inns Opposition Ground Start Date
1 R Ashwin 3.2 0 11 4 2 v Australia Dhaka 30 Mar 2014
2 R Ashwin 4.0 1 08 4 1 v Sri Lanka Visakhapatnam 14 Feb 2016
                   
1 YS Chahal 4.0 0 25 6 2 v England Bengaluru 01 Feb 2017
2 YS Chahal 4.0 0 23 4 2 v Sri Lanka Cuttack 20 Dec 2017
3 YS Chahal 4.0 0 52 4 2 v Sri Lanka Indore 22 Dec 2017

Sri Lanka was dismissed all out for 172 in this game to provide the 20th  occasion of Sri Lanka dismissed all out in a T20I game. It also provides the fourth occasion of Sri Lanka dismissed all out against India in a T20I. All such occasions are listed below

No Team Score Overs Inns Opposition Ground Start Date
1 Sri Lanka 116 18.0 2 v India Pallekele 07 Aug 2012
2 Sri Lanka 82 18.0 1 v India Visakhapatnam 14 Feb 2016
3 Sri Lanka 87 16.0 2 v India Cuttack 20 Dec 2017
4 Sri Lanka 172 17.2 2 v India Indore 22 Dec 2017

AD Mathews was absent hurt in this game to provide the fifth occasion of a batsmen absent hurt in the history of T20Is. All such occasions are listed below

No Player Runs Inns Team Oppn Ground Start Date
1 TM Odoyo absent 2 Ken Srl Johannesburg 14 Sep 2007
2 AJ Redmond absent 2 NZl Pak Dubai (DSC) 12 Nov 2009
3 RM Hira absent 2 NZl Win Lauderhill 30 Jun 2012
4 CJ Anderson absent 2 NZl Srl Chittagong 31 Mar 2014
5 AD Mathews absent 2 Srl Ind Indore 22 Dec 2017

NLTC Perera scored a duck in this game to provide the 76th occasion of a captain scoring a duck in the history of T20Is. It also provides the seventh occasion of a Sri Lankan captain scoring a duck in T20Is.

NLTC Perera collected the first ball duck in this game to provide the 40th occasion of a captain scoring a first ball duck in the history of T20Is. It also provides the fourth occasion of a Sri Lankan captain scoring a first ball duck in T20Is.

MS Dhoni effected two stumping dismissals in this game which fetched him a total of 76 dismissals in T20Is. He became the first wicket keeper to effect 75 plus dismissals in T20Is.

MS Dhoni effected two stumping dismissals in this game which fetched him a total of 29 stumping dismissals in T20Is. He now occupies the second place in the list of wicket keepers who have effected most stumping dismissals. Kamran Akmal occupies the first place with 32 stumping dismissals to his credit.

RG Sharma’s run aggregate in T20Is against Sri Lanka read 251 at the end of this game. He became the sixth batsman to total 250 plus runs in T20Is against Sri Lanka. Others are – Shoaib Malik {397}, Shahid Afridi {331}, MJ Guptil {297}, V Kohli {283} and LRPL Taylor {251}

RG Sharma’s run aggregate in T20Is against Sri Lanka read 251 at the end of this game. He became the second Indian batsman to total 250 plus runs in T20Is against Sri Lanka after V Kohli. V Kohli has an aggregate of 283 runs against Sri Lanka.

RG Sharma as an opening batsman has scored 24 boundary fours against Sri Lanka in T20Is at the end of this game. With 24 boundary fours he owns the record for most boundary fours against Sri Lanka. He went past DA Warner who has scored 23 boundary fours

RG Sharma as an opening batsman has scored 12 boundary sixes against Sri Lanka in T20Is at the end of this game. He shares the record jointly with ADS Fletcher for most boundary sixes against Sri Lanka as an opening batsman. GJ Maxwell has scored most boundary sixes against Sri Lanka as an opening batsman. He has scored 13 boundary sixes.

MS Dhoni has an aggregate of 43 boundary sixes at the end of this game as a wicket keeper batsman. Other wicket keeper batsmen who have scored 43 or more boundary sixes in T20Is are – Mohd Shahzad {66}, BB McCullum {58} and JC Buttler {43}

India won this game by 88 runs to provide the fourth occasion of India winning a T20I game by 75 plus runs margin. All the three wins are listed below

No Team Result Margin Opposition Ground Start Date
1 India won 93 runs v Sri Lanka Cuttack 20 Dec 2017
2 India won 90 runs v England Colombo (RPS) 23 Sep 2012
3 India won 88 runs v Sri Lanka Indore 22 Dec 2017
4 India won 75 runs v England Bengaluru 01 Feb 2017

MS Dhoni-KL Rahul added 78 runs for the second wicket in this game to provide  the 21st  occasion  of MS Dhoni partnering a 50 plus runs partnership in T20I. All such occasions are listed below

No Partner Wkt Runs Inns Opposition Ground Start Date
1 Yuvraj Singh 4 61 1 v England Durban 19 Sep 2007
2 RG Sharma 5 85 1 v South Africa Durban 20 Sep 2007
3 G Gambhir 2 53 1 v Bangladesh Nottingham 06 Jun 2009
4 YK Pathan 6 63* 2 v England Lord’s 14 Jun 2009
5 G Gambhir 2 61 2 v Sri Lanka Nagpur 09 Dec 2009
6 Yuvraj Singh 3 80 2 v Sri Lanka Mohali 12 Dec 2009
7 V Sehwag 2 50 2 v Sri Lanka Mohali 12 Dec 2009
8 R Ashwin 7 59* 2 v Australia Sydney 01 Feb 2012
9 SK Raina 6 60 1 v England Mumbai 22 Dec 2012
10 Yuvraj Singh 4 97 1 v Pakistan Ahmedabad 28 Dec 2012
11 Yuvraj Singh 5 102* 2 v Australia Rajkot 10 Oct 2013
12 Yuvraj Singh 5 84 1 v Australia Dhaka 30 Mar 2014
13 V Kohli 5 67* 2 v Australia Mohali 27 Mar 2016
14 V Kohli 3 64* 1 v West Indies Mumbai 31 Mar 2016
15 MK Pandey 5 53 2 v Zimbabwe Harare 18 Jun 2016
16 KL Rahul 4 107 2 v West Indies Lauderhill 27 Aug 2016
17 Yuvraj Singh 4 57 1 v England Bengaluru 01 Feb 2017
18 SK Raina 3 55 1 v England Bengaluru 01 Feb 2017
19 V Kohli 5 56 2 v New Zealand Rajkot 04 Nov 2017
20 MK Pandey 4 68* 1 v Sri Lanka Cuttack 20 Dec 2017
21 KL Rahul 2 78 1 v Sri Lanka Indore 22 Dec 2017

MS Dhoni-KL Rahul added 78 runs for the second wicket in this game to provide the fourth occasion of MS Dhoni partnering a 50 plus runs partnership for the second wicket in T20Is. All such occasions are listed below

No Partner Wkt Runs Inns Opposition Ground Start Date
1 G Gambhir 2 53 1 v Bangladesh Nottingham 06 Jun 2009
2 G Gambhir 2 61 2 v Sri Lanka Nagpur 09 Dec 2009
3 V Sehwag 2 50 2 v Sri Lanka Mohali 12 Dec 2009
4 KL Rahul 2 78 1 v Sri Lanka Indore 22 Dec 2017

MS Dhoni-KL Rahul added 78 runs for the second wicket in this game to provide the fifth occasion of MS Dhoni partnering a 50 plus runs partnership against Sri Lanka in T20I. All such occasions are listed below

No Partner Wkt Runs Inns Opposition Ground Start Date
1 G Gambhir 2 61 2 v Sri Lanka Nagpur 09 Dec 2009
2 Yuvraj Singh 3 80 2 v Sri Lanka Mohali 12 Dec 2009
3 V Sehwag 2 50 2 v Sri Lanka Mohali 12 Dec 2009
4 MK Pandey 4 68* 1 v Sri Lanka Cuttack 20 Dec 2017
5 KL Rahul 2 78 1 v Sri Lanka Indore 22 Dec 2017

MDKJ Perera and WU Tharanga added 109 runs for the second wicket in this game to provide the 116th occasion of a century partnership in T20Is. It also provides the 28th occasion of a century partnership for the second wicket in T20Is

MDKJ Perera and WU Tharanga added 109 runs for the second wicket in this game to provide the eighth occasion of a century partnership by Sri  Lankan batsmen in T20Is. It also provides the fourth occasion of a century partnership by Sri Lankan batsmen for the second wicket in T20Is

 

 

India post a record win in terms of runs margin in T20 games at Cuttack – Couple of records for MS Dhoni

First Twenty 20i – India vs Sri Lanka at Cuttack – 20 Dec 2017 – India won by 93 runs

RG Sharma became the sixth cricketer to lead India in T20Is. He also became the 43rd captain overall to lead a team against Sri Lanka in T20Is. He also became the third Indian captain to lead against Sri Lanka in T20Is.

NLTC Perera became the eighth Sri Lankan cricketer to lead Sri Lanka against India in T20Is. He also became the 43rd captain overall to lead a team against India in T20Is

RG Sharma became the 41st captain in the history of T20Is to open the innings for a team. He also became the first Indian captain to open the innings against Sri Lanka in a T20I. He also became the eleventh captain opener to lead a team against Sri Lanka in a T20I.

MS Dhoni scored 39 not out  in  this game which fetched him an aggregate of 1320 runs in T20Is. He became  the fourth wicket keeper batsman to total 1300 plus  runs in T20is. Others are – Mohd Shahzad of Afghanistan {1761}, KC Sangakkara of Sri Lanka {1382} and BB McCullum {1352}

MS Dhoni with his aggregate of 1320 runs occupies the third place among the Indian batsmen who have scored most runs in T20Is. Others to score more runs than MS Dhoni are – V Kohli {1956} and RG Sharma {1502}

MS Dhoni’s run aggregate as a wicket keeper batsman against Sri Lanka read 169 at the end of this game. He now owns the record for most runs as a wicket keeper batsman against Sri Lanka. He went past JC Butler of Engalnd who has an aggregate of 167 runs as wicket keeper batsman against Sri Lanka.

RG Sharma’s run aggregate in T20Is read 1502 at the end of this game. He became the second Indian batsman to total 1500 plus runs  in T20Is. V Kohli  has an aggregate of 1956 runs.

RG Sharma became the 14th batsman in the history of T20Is to aggregate 1500 plus runs. The following table lists all the fourteen batsmen.

No Player Team Mat Inns NO Runs HS Ave C HC 0 4s 6s
01 BB McCullum NZl 71 70 10 2140 123 35.66 2 13 03 199 091
02 V Kohli Ind 55 51 14 1956 090* 52.86 0 18 01 208 040
03 TM Dilshan Srl 80 79 12 1889 104* 28.19 1 13 10 223 033
04 MJ Guptill NZl 64 62 07 1856 101* 33.74 1 10 02 173 079
05 Shoaib Malik Pak 92 86 24 1821 075 29.37 0 06 01 152 043
06 Mohd Shahzad Afg 58 58 03 1779 118* 32.34 1 12 03 200 066
07 JP Duminy RSA 73 67 21 1700 096* 36.95 0 09 06 124 059
08 DA Warner Aus 65 65 03 1696 090* 27.35 0 12 05 164 074
09 Umar Akmal Pak 82 77 14 1690 094 26.82 0 08 08 122 055
10 AB de Villiers RSA 78 75 11 1672 079* 26.12 0 10 05 140 060
11 Mohd Hafeez Pak 81 78 05 1658 086 22.71 0 09 05 178 039
12 CH Gayle Win 52 49 04 1577 117 35.04 2 13 02 134 103
13 EJG Morgan Eng 70 68 13 1576 085* 28.65 0 08 03 118 069
14 RG Sharma Ind 69 62 12 1502 106 30.04 1 12 03 134 056

MS Dhoni effected two stumping dismissals in this game which fetched him a total of 27 stumping dismissals in T20Is. He now shares the second place with Mohd Shahzad for most stumping dismissals in T20Is. Mohd Shahzad has also effected 27 stumping dismissals in T20Is. Kamran Akmal with 32 stumping dismissals occupies the first place.

MS Dhoni effected four dismissals in this game to provide the 18th occasion of a wicket keeper effecting four or more dismissals in an innings in a T20I. He also became the second wicket keeper to effect four dismissals against Sri Lanka in a T20I. N O’Brien of Ireland is the other wicket keeper to accomplish the feat against Sri Lanka. He effected four dismissals at Lord’s on 14.06.09

MS Dhoni’s four dismissals in this game gave him a T20I record. It was his third occasion of effecting four dismissals in a T20I game. He now owns the record for most occasions of effecting four dismissals in a T20I game. Other wicket keepers to accomplish the feat on two occasions are – Q de Kock of South Africa, AB de Villiers of South Africa and AC Gilchrist of Australia

No Player Dis Ct St Team Oppn Ground Start Date
1 MS Dhoni 4 4 0 Ind Afg Gros Islet 01 May 2010
2 MS Dhoni 4 4 0 Ind Pak Colombo (RPS) 30 Sep 2012
3 MS Dhoni 4 2 2 Ind Srl Cuttack 20 Dec 2017
                 
1 Q de Kock 4 2 2 RSA Pak Dubai (DSC) 13 Nov 2013
2 Q de Kock 4 3 1 RSA Afg Mumbai 20 Mar 2016
                 
1 AB de Villiers 4 2 2 RSA Win North Sound 19 May 2010
2 AB de Villiers 4 4 0 RSA Zim Hambantota 20 Sep 2012
                 
1 AC Gilchrist 4 4 0 Aus Zim Cape Town 12 Sep 2007
2 AC Gilchrist 4 4 0 Aus NZl Perth 11 Dec 2007

MS Dhoni has effected 16 dismissals against Sri Lanka at the end of this game. He became the only wicket keeper in the history of T20Is to effect 15 or more dismissals against a specific opposition. The next best his  own 14 dimissals against Australia.

MS Dhoni has pouched nine catches against Sri Lanka at the end of this game. He became the only wicket keeper in the history of T20Is to pouch nine catches against three oppositions. He has pouched nine catches against Australia and Pakistan

KL Rahul scored 61 in this game to provide the 65th occasion of an Indian batsman scoring a fifty in T20Is. It also provides the eleventh occasion of an Indian opening batsman scoring a fifty against Sri Lanka in T20Is.

It also provides the 26th occasion of an Indian opening batsman scoring a fifty in T20Is. It also provides the fourth occasion of an Indian opening batsman scoring a fifty against Sri Lanka in T20Is.

KL Rahul-SS Iyer added 63 runs for the second wicket and MS Dhoni-MK Pandey added 68 runs in an unfinished stand for the fourth wicket to  provide the 85th and 86th occasion of Indian batsmen posting a 50 plus runs partnership in T20Is. They also provide the 17th and 18th occasion of Indian batsmen posting a 50 plus runs partnership against Sri Lanka in T20Is.

KL Rahul-SS Iyer added 63 runs for the second wicket to provide the seventh occasion of Indian batsmen posting a 50 plus runs partnership for the second wicket against Sri Lanka in T20Is. It also provides the 25th occasion of Indian batsmen posting a fifty plus runs partnership for the second wicket in T20Is.

MS Dhoni-MK Pandey added 68 runs in an unfinished stand for the fourth wicket to  provide the third occasion of Indian batsmen posting a 50 plus runs partnership for the fourth wicket against Sri Lanka in T20Is. It also provides the 13th occasion of Indian batsmen posting a fifty plus runs partnership for the fourth wicket in T20Is.

MS Dhoni-MK Pandey added 68 runs in an unfinished stand for the fourth wicket to provide the record for the fourth wicket against Sri Lanka in T20Is. The previous best was 59 runs partnership between HH Pandya and SK Raina at Ranchi on 12.02.16.

YS Chahal captured 4 for 23 in this game to provide the tenth occasion of an  Indian bowler capturing four or more wickets in a T20I. It also provides the third occasion of an Indian bowler capturing four or more wickets against Sri Lanka. All the three occasions are tabulated below

No Player O M R W Inns Opposition Ground Start Date
1 AB Dinda 3.0 1 19 4 2 v Sri Lanka Pallekele 07 Aug 2012
2 R Ashwin 4.0 1 08 4 1 v Sri Lanka Visakhapatnam 14 Feb 2016
3 YS Chahal 4.0 0 23 4 2 v Sri Lanka Cuttack 20 Dec 2017

YS Chahal’s 4 for 23 in this game represent his second four plus wicket haul in T20Is. He had  captured 6 for 25  against England at Bengaluru on 01.02.17. He became the second Indian bowler to  capture four or more  wickets  on two occasions in T20Is after R Ashwin. The bowling feats of these two bowlers are tabulated below

No Player O M R W Inns Opposition Ground Start Date
1 R Ashwin 3.2 0 11 4 2 v Australia Dhaka 30 Mar 2014
2 R Ashwin 4.0 1 08 4 1 v Sri Lanka Visakhapatnam 14 Feb 2016
                   
1 YS Chahal 4.0 0 25 6 2 v England Bengaluru 01 Feb 2017
2 YS Chahal 4.0 0 23 4 2 v Sri Lanka Cuttack 20 Dec 2017

Sri Lanka was dismissed all out for 87 in this game to provide the 19th occasion of Sri Lanka dismissed all out in a T20I game. It also provides the third occasion of Sri Lanka dismissed all out against India in a T20I. All such occasions are listed below

No Team Score Overs Inns Opposition Ground Start Date
1 Sri Lanka 116 18.0 2 v India Pallekele 07 Aug 2012
2 Sri Lanka 82 18.0 1 v India Visakhapatnam 14 Feb 2016
3 Sri Lanka 87 16.0 2 v India Cuttack 20 Dec 2017

India won this game by 93 runs to provide the third occasion of India winning a T20I game by 75 plus runs margin. All the three wins are listed below

No Team Result Margin Opposition Ground Start Date
1 India won 93 runs v Sri Lanka Cuttack 20 Dec 2017
2 India won 90 runs v England Colombo (RPS) 23 Sep 2012
3 India won 75 runs v England Bengaluru 01 Feb 2017

India won this game by 93 runs to provide its record win in terms of runs margin in a T20I. The previous best was its 90 runs win against England at Col-RPS on 23.09.12.

No Team Result Margin Opposition Ground Start Date
1 India won 93 runs v Sri Lanka Cuttack 20 Dec 2017
2 India won 90 runs v England Colombo (RPS) 23 Sep 2012

India won this game by 93 runs to provide its record win in terms of runs margin on home soil in a T20I. The previous best was its 75 runs win against England at Bengaluru on 01.02.17.

No Team Result Margin Opposition Ground Start Date
1 India won 93 runs v Sri Lanka Cuttack 20 Dec 2017
2 India won 90 runs v England Colombo (RPS) 23 Sep 2012
3 India won 75 runs v England Bengaluru 01 Feb 2017

MS Dhoni-MK Pandey added 68 runs in an unfinished partnership for  the fourth  wicket in this game to provide  the 20th occasion  of MS Dhoni partnering a 50 plus runs partnership in T20I. All such occasions are listed below

No Partner Wkt Runs Inns Opposition Ground Start Date
1 Yuvraj Singh 4 61 1 v England Durban 19 Sep 2007
2 RG Sharma 5 85 1 v South Africa Durban 20 Sep 2007
3 G Gambhir 2 53 1 v Bangladesh Nottingham 06 Jun 2009
4 YK Pathan 6 63* 2 v England Lord’s 14 Jun 2009
5 G Gambhir 2 61 2 v Sri Lanka Nagpur 09 Dec 2009
6 Yuvraj Singh 3 80 2 v Sri Lanka Mohali 12 Dec 2009
7 V Sehwag 2 50 2 v Sri Lanka Mohali 12 Dec 2009
8 R Ashwin 7 59* 2 v Australia Sydney 01 Feb 2012
9 SK Raina 6 60 1 v England Mumbai 22 Dec 2012
10 Yuvraj Singh 4 97 1 v Pakistan Ahmedabad 28 Dec 2012
11 Yuvraj Singh 5 102* 2 v Australia Rajkot 10 Oct 2013
12 Yuvraj Singh 5 84 1 v Australia Dhaka 30 Mar 2014
13 V Kohli 5 67* 2 v Australia Mohali 27 Mar 2016
14 V Kohli 3 64* 1 v West Indies Mumbai 31 Mar 2016
15 MK Pandey 5 53 2 v Zimbabwe Harare 18 Jun 2016
16 KL Rahul 4 107 2 v West Indies Lauderhill 27 Aug 2016
17 Yuvraj Singh 4 57 1 v England Bengaluru 01 Feb 2017
18 SK Raina 3 55 1 v England Bengaluru 01 Feb 2017
19 V Kohli 5 56 2 v New Zealand Rajkot 04 Nov 2017
20 MK Pandey 4 68* 1 v Sri Lanka Cuttack 20 Dec 2017

MS Dhoni-MK Pandey added 68 runs in an unfinished partnership for  the fourth  wicket in this game to provide  the fifth occasion of MS Dhoni partnering a 50 plus runs partnership for the  fourth wicket in T20Is. All such occasions are listed below

No Partner Wkt Runs Inns Opposition Ground Start Date
1 Yuvraj Singh 4 61 1 v England Durban 19 Sep 2007
2 Yuvraj Singh 4 97 1 v Pakistan Ahmedabad 28 Dec 2012
3 KL Rahul 4 107 2 v West Indies Lauderhill 27 Aug 2016
4 Yuvraj Singh 4 57 1 v England Bengaluru 01 Feb 2017
5 MK Pandey 4 68* 1 v Sri Lanka Cuttack 20 Dec 2017

MS Dhoni-MK Pandey added 68 runs in an unfinished partnership for the fourth  wicket in this game to provide  the fourth occasion  of MS Dhoni partnering a 50 plus runs partnership against Sri Lanka in T20I. All such occasions are listed below

No Partner Wkt Runs Inns Opposition Ground Start Date
1 G Gambhir 2 61 2 v Sri Lanka Nagpur 09 Dec 2009
2 Yuvraj Singh 3 80 2 v Sri Lanka Mohali 12 Dec 2009
3 V Sehwag 2 50 2 v Sri Lanka Mohali 12 Dec 2009
4 MK Pandey 4 68* 1 v Sri Lanka Cuttack 20 Dec 2017

 

 

 

V Kohli’s T20I career – Cumulative figures

For the  interested netizens, www.hrgcricstats.com provides V Kohli’s T20I cumulative career. Enjoy perusing the same. He has played 54 T20Is, 50 innings, 14 times not out and amassed 1943 runs. He has scored 18 half centuries and  scored 207 boundary four and 30 boundary sixes. He has an average of 53.97 runs per innings. His highest score is 90 not out scored against Australia  on 26.01.16 at Adelaide

Mat Inns Runs NO Runs HS Ave C HC 0 4s 6s Oppn Ground Date
1 1 26* 1 26 26* 0 0 0 3 1 Zim Harare 12.06.10
2 1 DNB 1 26 26* 0 0 0 3 1 Zim Harare 13.06.10
3 2 28 1 54 28 54.00 0 0 0 8 1 RSA Durban 09.01.11
4 3 14 1 68 28 34.00 0 0 0 10 1 Win Trinidad 04.06.11
5 4 4 1 72 28 24.00 0 0 0 10 1 Eng Manchester 31.08.11
6 5 15 1 87 28 21.75 0 0 0 13 1 Eng Kolkata 29.10.11
7 6 22 1 109 28 21.80 0 0 0 13 2 Aus Sydney 01.02.12
8 7 31 1 140 31 23.33 0 0 0 16 2 Aus Melbourne 03.02.12
9 7 DNB 1 140 31 23.33 0 0 0 16 2 RSA Jo’burg 30.03.12
10 8 68 1 208 68 29.71 0 1 0 27 3 Srl Pallekele 07.08.12
11 9 70 1 278 70 34.75 0 2 0 37 4 NZl Chennai 11.09.12
12 10 50 1 328 70 36.44 0 3 0 41 6 Afg Col-RPS 19.09.12
13 11 40 1 368 70 36.80 0 3 0 47 6 Eng Col-RPS 23.09.12
14 12 15 1 383 70 34.81 0 3 0 49 6 Aus Col-RPS 28.09.12
15 13 78* 2 461 78* 41.90 0 4 0 57 8 Pak Col-RPS 30.09.12
16 14 2 2 463 78* 38.58 0 4 0 57 8 RSA Col-RPS 02.10.12
17 15 21 2 484 78* 37.23 0 4 0 59 8 Eng Pune 20.12.12
18 16 38 2 522 78* 37.28 0 4 0 66 8 Eng Mumbai 22.12.12
19 17 9 2 531 78* 35.40 0 4 0 67 8 Pak Bengaluru 25.12.12
20 18 27 2 558 78* 34.87 0 4 0 70 8 Pak Ahmedabad 28.12.12
21 19 29 2 587 78* 34.52 0 4 0 72 9 Aus Rajkot 10.10.13
22 20 36* 3 623 78* 36.64 0 4 0 76 10 Pak Dhaka 21.03.14
23 21 54 3 677 78* 37.61 0 5 0 81 11 Win Dhaka 23.03.14
24 22 57* 4 734 78* 40.77 0 6 0 84 12 Ban Dhaka 28.03.14
25 23 23 4 757 78* 39.84 0 6 0 86 13 Aus Dhaka 30.03.14
26 24 72* 5 829 78* 43.63 0 7 0 91 15 RSA Dhaka 04.04.14
27 25 77 5 906 78* 45.30 0 8 0 96 19 Srl Dhaka 06.04.14
28 26 66 5 972 78* 46.28 0 9 0 105 20 Eng Birmingham 07.09.14
29 27 43 5 1015 78* 46.13 0 9 0 106 23 RSA Dharamsala 02.10.15
30 28 1 5 1016 78* 44.17 0 9 0 106 23 RSA Cuttack 05.10.15
31 29 90* 6 1106 90* 48.08 0 10 0 115 25 Aus Adelaide 26.01.16
32 30 59* 7 1165 90* 50.65 0 11 0 122 26 Aus Melbourne 29.01.16
33 31 50 7 1215 90* 50.62 0 12 0 124 27 Aus Sydney 31.01.16
34 32 7 7 1222 90* 48.88 0 12 0 125 27 Ban Dhaka 24.02.16
35 33 49 7 1271 90* 48.88 0 12 0 132 27 Pak Dhaka 27.02.16
36 34 56* 8 1327 90* 51.03 0 13 0 139 27 Srl Dhaka 01.03.16
37 34 DNB 8 1327 90* 51.03 0 13 0 139 27 UAE Dhaka 03.03.16
38 35 41* 9 1368 90* 52.61 0 13 0 144 27 Ban Dhaka 06.03.16
39 36 23 9 1391 90* 51.51 0 13 0 146 27 NZl Nagpur 15.03.16
40 37 55* 10 1446 90* 53.55 0 14 0 153 28 Pak Kolkata 19.03.16
41 38 24 10 1470 90* 52.50 0 14 0 153 29 Ban Bengaluru 23.03.16
42 39 82* 11 1552 90* 55.42 0 15 0 162 31 Aus Mohali 27.03.16
43 40 89* 12 1641 90* 58.60 0 16 0 173 32 Win Mumbai 31.03.16
44 41 16 12 1657 90* 57.13 0 16 0 176 32 Win Lauderhill 27.08.16
45 41 DNB 12 1657 90* 57.13 0 16 0 176 32 Win Lauderhill 28.08.16
46 42 29 12 1686 90* 56. 0 16 0 180 32 Eng Kanpur 26.01.17
47 43 21 12 1707 90* 55.06 0 16 0 182 33 Eng Nagpur 29.01.17
48 44 2 12 1709 90* 53.40 0 16 0 182 33 Eng Bengaluru 01.02.17
49 45 39 12 1748 90* 52.96 0 16 0 189 34 Win Kingston 09.07.17
50 46 82 12 1830 90* 53.82 0 17 0 196 35 Srl Col-RPS 06.09.17
51 47 22* 13 1852 90* 54.47 0 17 0 199 35 Aus Ranchi 07.10.17
52 48 0 13 1852 90* 52.91 0 17 1 199 35 Aus Guwahati 10.10.17
53 49 26* 14 1878 90* 53.65 0 17 1 199 38 NZl Delhi 01.11.17
54 50 65 14 1943 90* 53.97 0 18 1 207 39 NZl Rajkot 04.11.17

 

 

 

V Kohli achieves a few records in Twenty20 games

V Kohli completed 7000 runs in T20 games when he was on 10 during his knock of 65 against New Zealand at Rajkot on 04.11.17. At the end of the game, his run aggregate read 7055. He became the eighth batsman overall and the first Indian batsman to total 7000 plus  runs in the history of T20 games. The following table lists all the eight batsman who have accomplished the feat

No Player Mat Inns NO Runs HS Ave C HC 0 4s 6s
1 CH Gayle 309 303 42 10571 175* 40.50 18 65 18 804 772
2 BB McCullum 297 292 30 8245 158* 31.46 7 43 16 784 399
3 KA Pollard 388 349 99 7589 089* 30.35 0 37 13 486 491
4 DA Warner 238 237 25 7572 135* 35.71 6 58 15 757 314
5 BJ Hodge 270 256 57 7338 106 36.87 2 48 14 707 242
6 DR Smith 306 299 25 7270 110* 26.53 5 43 27 695 347
7 Shoaib Malik 282 266 72 7226 095* 37.24 0 44 08 572 203
8 V Kohli 225 212 40 7055 113 41.01 4 52 08 659 218

V Kohli’s 65 against New Zealand at Rajkot on 04.11.17 represent his 56th fifty which includes four centuries. He is one of the seven batsmen in the history of T20 games who has scored 50 plus fifties. The following table lists all the eight batsman who have accomplished the feat

No Player Mat Inns NO Runs HS Ave C 50 50+ 0 4s 6s
1 CH Gayle 309 303 42 10571 175* 40.50 18 65 83 18 804 772
2 DA Warner 238 237 25 7572 135* 35.71 6 58 64 15 757 314
3 V Kohli 225 212 40 7055 113 41.01 4 52 56 08 659 218
4 G Gambhir 236 232 23 6145 093 29.40 0 51 51 18 721 084
5 RG Sharma 258 246 41 6655 109* 32.46 3 47 50 13 572 268
6 BJ Hodge 270 256 57 7338 106 36.87 2 48 50 14 707 242
7 BB McCullum 297 292 30 8245 158* 31.46 7 43 50 16 784 399

With 56 fifties to his credit, V Kohli occupies the third place in the list of batsmen who have scored most fifties in the history of T20Is. CH Gayle {83} and DA Warner {64} occupy the first two places

No Player Mat Inns NO Runs HS Ave C 50 50+ 0 4s 6s
1 CH Gayle 309 303 42 10571 175* 40.50 18 65 83 18 804 772
2 DA Warner 238 237 25 7572 135* 35.71 6 58 64 15 757 314
3 V Kohli 225 212 40 7055 113 41.01 4 52 56 08 659 218

V Kohli’s 65 against New Zealand at Rajkot on 04.11.17 represent his 52nd half century. He is one of the four batsmen in the history of T20 games who has scored 50 plus half centuries. The following table lists the four batsman who have accomplished the feat. V Kohli occupies the third place after CH Gayle {65} and DA Warner {58}

No Player Mat Inns NO Runs HS Ave C HC 0 4s 6s
1 CH Gayle 309 303 42 10571 175* 40.50 18 65 18 804 772
2 DA Warner 238 237 25 7572 135* 35.71 6 58 15 757 314
3 V Kohli 225 212 40 7055 113 41.01 4 52 8 659 218
4 G Gambhir 236 232 23 6145 093 29.40 0 51 18 721 084

V Kohli has pouched 101 catches in T20I games and is one of the 19 fieldsmen who have taken 100 plus catches in the history of T20 games. The following table lists  all the  19 fieldsmen  who  have accomplished the feat.  RG Sharma’s aggregate include the catch he took against New Zealand at Rakjot on 04.11.17

No Player Span Mat Inns Ct Max
1 KA Pollard 2006-2017 388 383 219 4
2 DJ Bravo 2006-2017 357 355 179 4
3 DA Miller 2008-2017 238 235 161 3
4 SK Raina 2006-2017 259 258 132 3
5 DJ Hussey 2004-2017 267 266 129 3
6 DR Smith 2006-2017 306 305 129 4
7 AB de Villiers 2004-2017 232 161 125 3
8 EJG Morgan 2006-2017 239 235 115 4
9 RN ten Doeschate 2003-2017 298 292 115 3
10 MJ Guptill 2006-2017 186 183 114 3
11 Umar Akmal 2008-2017 223 177 110 3
12 DA Warner 2007-2017 238 236 110 4
13 LRPL Taylor 2006-2017 237 232 109 4
14 Shoaib Malik 2005-2017 282 282 109 3
15 RG Sharma 2007-2017 258 257 103 3
16 AD Russell 2010-2017 232 231 102 3
17 DJG Sammy 2006-2017 255 252 102 4
18 BJ Hodge 2003-2017 270 269 102 3
19 V Kohli 2007-2017 225 223 101 3

V Kohli has pouched 101 catches in T20I games and is one of the three Indian fieldsmen who have taken 100 plus catches in the history of T20 games. Others are – SK Raina {132} and RG Sharma {103}. The following table lists all the three fieldsmen who have accomplished the feat. RG Sharma’s aggregate include the  catch he took against New Zealand at Rakjot on 04.11.17

No Player Span Mat Inns Ct Max
1 SK Raina 2006-2017 259 258 132 3
2 RG Sharma 2007-2017 258 257 103 3
3 V Kohli 2007-2017 225 223 101 3

 

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