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T20I team totals of 200 plus runs without a century

T20I team totals of 200 plus runs without a century

Twenty20 Internationals has witnessed 44 occasions of 200 plus team totals  posted which did not contain a century. All such occasions are tabulated below.

No Date Team Oppn Ground Total HS
1 14/09/07 Srl Ken Jo’burg 260/6 88
2 16/02/18 Aus NZl Auckland 245/5 76
3 15/11/09 RSA Eng Centurion 241/6 94
4 11/12/19 Ind Win Mum-WS 240/3 91
5 31/08/19 Aust Lux Ilfov 239/3 53
6 03/03/20 Sin Mal Bangkok 239/3 92
7 11/01/15 Win RSA Jo’burg 236/6 90
8 12/03/17 Afg Ire G Noida 233/8 89
9 18/03/16 Eng RSA Mum-WS 230/8 83
10 18/03/16 RSA Eng Mum-WS 229/4 58
11 16/02/20 Eng RSA Centurion 226/5 64
12 30/11/13 Ire Afg Abu Dhabi 225/7 76
13 16/02/20 RSA Eng Centurion 222/6 66
14 09/01/07 Aus Eng Sydney 221/5 48
15 20/06/18 Sco Net Amstelveen 221/3 71
16 27/06/18 Eng Aus Edgbaston 221/5 61
17 30/03/12 RSA Ind Jo’burg 219/4 78
18 06/02/19 NZl Ind Wellington 219/6 84
19 19/09/07 Ind Eng Durban 218/4 68
20 22/03/19 PNG Phil P Moresby 216/4 68
21 09/12/09 Srl Ind Nagpur-J 215/5 78
22 09/11/15 Srl Win Pallekele 215/3 56
23 10/03/18 Ban Srl Col-RPS 215/5 72
24 17/02/05 Aus NZl Auckland 214/5 98
25 28/02/10 Aus NZl Christchurch 214/4 67
26 09/02/13 Eng NZl Auckland 214/7 46
27 10/03/18 Srl Ban Col-RPS 214/6 74
28 29/01/14 Aus Eng Hobart 213/4 75
29 29/06/18 Ind Ire Dublin-M 213/4 70
30 10/02/19 NZl Ind Hamilton 212/4 72
31 07/06/09 RSA Sco The Oval 211/5 79
32 12/12/09 Ind Srl Mohali 211/4 64
33 13/12/13 Srl Pak Dubai-ICS 211/3 84
34 20/01/17 Ire Sco Dubai-ICS 211/6 65
35 20/12/18 Ban Win Mirpur 211/4 60
36 12/07/15 Afg Sco Edinburgh 210/5 75
37 18/02/18 Srl Ban Sylhet 210/4 70
38 24/02/19 Afg Ire Hyd-RGS 210/7 81
39 26/02/20 Kuw Bah Al Amerat 210/4 67
40 09/01/06 Aus RSA Brisbane 209/3 96
41 30/06/12 Win NZl Luuderhill 209/2 85
42 29/08/13 Eng Aus Southampton 209/6 90
43 20/03/16 RSA Afg Mum-WS 209/5 64
44 06/12/19 Ind Win Hyd-RGS 209/4 94
Three occasions of a bowler capturing four wickets in four balls in international cricket

Three occasions of a bowler capturing four wickets in four balls in international cricket

Cricket is often considered a batsman’s game, as the rules favor them more than the bowlers. But we have still witnessed some great bowling performances throughout the history of the sport; bowlers have created a name for themselves with their heroics on the field.

Some players inscribe their name in history by achieving records that stand for years to come. A hat-trick is one such rare feat in cricket, which every bowler hopes to achieve at least once in their international cricket career.

Taking 3 wickets off 3 consecutive balls is no easy task as it has happened only 100 times over 130 years – 48 times in ODIs, 44 times in Tests and 8 times in T20Is.

Of those already rare instances, some bowlers went an even rarer step further by picking 4 wickets off 4 consecutive deliveries. Here is a look at those three instances:

Lasith Malinga vs South Africa, 2007

Lasith Malinga during the 2007 World Cup game against South AfricaLasith Malinga during the 2007 World Cup game against South Africa

Known for his unique bowling action and deadly yorkers, Lasith Malinga became the first person in cricket history to achieve this rare feat.

In the 2007 World Cup Super-8 game, Sri Lanka posted a below-average total of 209 runs on the board against South Africa. The Proteas were well on course to achieving the target until 44th over, with Jacques Kallis being the backbone of the chase.

Malinga then bowled a memorable spell which pushed the Proteas into a state of turmoil. He dismissed Shaun Pollock and Andrew Hall off the final 2 deliveries of the 45th over, and then returned to dismiss the dangerous Kallis and Makaya Nitini in the first 2 deliveries of the 47th over, thus picking 4 wickets off 4 deliveries.

Despite Malinga’s heroics, South Africa edged past Sri Lanka to win the match by one wicket. Malinga finished with figures of 9.2-0-54-4.

Rashid Khan vs Ireland, 2019

Rashid Khan is undoubtedly one of the best T20 players in the world. He has been in tremendous form lately, with some mind-blowing performances across the globe.

Earlier this year, the cricketing world witnessed one such performance that proved yet again why he was the best when it came to T20 cricket.

In the 3rd T20I against Ireland, Afghanistan were asked to bat first. The Afghans posted a humongous score of 210 in 20 overs with the help of Mohammed Nabi’s blistering 81, which came in 36 balls.

In response, Ireland started on the right note as Kevin O’Brien and Andrew Balbirnie added 96 runs for the second wicket. But Rashid then spun a web across the Ireland batsmen, which completely derailed the chase.

He removed the well-settled O’Brien on the final ball of the 16th over, thus denting their confidence. In the next over, Rashid completely killed the contest by scalping George Dockrell, Shane Getkate and Simi Singh in 3 consecutive deliveries.

Rashid thus became the first bowler in T20I history and second across all international cricket to pick 4 wickets off 4 balls. Ireland could never recover in the chase as they ended up with a score of 178 in their 20 overs, thus losing by 32 runs.  Rashid ended with figures of 5/27 in his 4 overs.

Lasith Malinga vs New Zealand, 2019

Lasith Malinga has the most international hat-tricksLasith Malinga has the most international hat-tricks

In the series against New Zealand Lasith Malinga was being severely criticized for his fitness and performances, which weren’t up to the mark due to his age. But he shut everyone up with a single memorable spell.

In the 3rd T20I game the Lankans were asked to bat first, but their innings stumbled as Mitchell Santner and Todd Astle picked 3 wickets each. As a result, Sri Lanka ended up with a score of 125 runs in 20 overs.

Chasing 126, Black Caps had a horrendous start. Malinga removed Colin Munro, Hamish Rutherford, Colin de Grandhomme and Ross Taylor off 4 consecutive balls in the 3rd over to leave New Zealand in deep trouble.

Malinga thus became the only bowler in cricket history to take 4 wickets off 4 consecutive balls twice. The New Zealand batsmen could not recover from the heavy blows as they were dismissed for a paltry 88 runs in 16 overs.

Malinga’s figures read 5/6 in 4 overs, including a maiden. He thus proved that he still had it in him to deliver match-winning performances, irrespective of his age.

Article Courtesy – Sportskeeda

Hat tricks in Twenty20 Internationals – AC Agar joins the list

Hat tricks in Twenty20 Internationals – AC Agar joins the list

AC Agar of Australia performed a hat trick against South Africa at Johannesburg on 21 Feb 20 to provide the 13th  occasion of a bowler performing hat trick in the history of T20Is. All such occasions are tabulated below

AC Agar became the second Australian bowler to perform hat trick after B Lee. B Lee had performed the feat against Bangladesh at Cape Town in 2007/08 season.  It was the first hat trick in the history of T20Is.  B Lee’s feat was in the T20 World Cup and remains the only hat trick in the T20 World Cups played so far.  AC Agar’s feat was the first hat trick performed against South Africa  in T20Is.

No Player Team Opp Venue Season
1 B Lee Aus Ban Cape Town 2007/08
2 JDP Oram NZl Srl Col-RPS 2009
3 TG Southee NZl Pak Auckland 2010/11
4 NLTC Perera Srl Ind Ranchi 2015/16
5 SL Malinga Srl Ban Col-RPS 2016/17
6 F Ashraf Pak Srl Abu Dhabi 2017/18
7 Rashid Khan Afg Ire Dehradun 2018/19
8 SL Malinga Srl NZl Pallekele 2019
9 M Hasnain Pak Srl Lahore 2019/20
10 Khawar Ali Oman Net Al Amerat 2019/20
11 N Vanua PNG Ber ICCA Dubai 2019/20
12 DL Chahar Ind Ban Nagpur 2019/20
13 AC Agar Aus RSA Jo’burg 2019/20

Rashid Khan (at Dehradun) and SL Malinga (at Pallekele) took 4 wickets in 4 balls.

Five or more wickets in an innings in Twenty20 Internationals – AC Agar of Australia joins the list

Five or more wickets in an innings in Twenty20 Internationals – AC Agar of Australia joins the list

AC Agar of Australia captured five for 24 against South Africa at Johannesburg in the first T20I to provide the 45th occasion of a bowler capturing five or more wickets in the history of Twenty20 Internationals.  All such occasions are tabulated below

No Player O M R W I Team Opp Ground Date
1 Umar Gul 3.0 0 6 5 1 Pak NZl The Oval 13.06.09
2 NNOdhiambo 4.0 0 20 5 1 Ken Sco Nairobi-G 04.02.10
3 DJGSammy 3.5 0 26 5 1 Win Zim Trinidad 28.02.10
4 R McLaren 3.5 0 19 5 2 RSA Win N Sound 19.05.10
5 TG Southee 4.0 1 18 5 1 NZl Pak Auckland 26.12.10
6 A Mendis 4.0 1 16 6 2 Srl Aus Pallekele 08.08.11
7 Elias Sunny 4.0 1 13 5 2 Ban Ire Belfast 18.07.12
8 A Mendis 4.0 2 8 6 2 Srl Zim H’tota 18.09.12
9 SL Malinga 4.0 0 31 5 2 Srl Eng Pallekele 01.10.12
10 Umar Gul 2.2 0 6 5 2 Pak RSA Centurion 03.03.13
11 S Shinwari 4.0 0 13 5 2 Afg Ken Sharjah 24.11.13
12 A Malik 4.0 0 19 5 1 Net RSA C’gram 27.03.14
13 R Herath 3.3 2 3 5 2 Srl NZl C’gram 31.03.14
14 D Wiese 4.0 0 23 5 2 RSA Win Durban 14.01.15
15 AC Evans 4.0 0 24 5 1 Sco Net Edinburgh 11.07.15
16 MRJ Watt 4.0 0 27 5 2 Sco Net ICCA Dubai 05.02.16
17 JP Faulkner 4.0 0 27 5 2 Aus Pak Mohali 25.03.16
18 M Rahman 4.0 0 22 5 1 Ban NZl Kolkata 26.03.16
19 ImadWasim 4.0 0 14 5 1 Pak Win Dubai-DSC 23.09.16
20 YS Chahal 4.0 0 25 6 2 Ind Eng Bengaluru 01.02.17
21 I Tahir 3.5 0 24 5 2 RSA NZl Auckland 17.02.17
22 RKhan 2.0 1 3 5 2 Afg Ire G Noida 10.03.17
23 B Kumar 4.0 0 24 5 2 Ind RSA Jo’burg 18.02.18
24 K Yadav 4.0 0 24 5 1 Ind Eng Manchester 03.07.18
25 I Tahir 4.0 0 23 5 2 RSA Zim E London 09.10.18
26 SAlHasan 4.0 0 20 5 2 Ban Win Dhaka 20.12.18
27 KMA Paul 4.0 0 15 5 2 Win Ban Dhaka 22.12.18
28 I Hassan 3.4 0 24 5 2 Mal Bah Al Amerat 21.01.19
29 R Khan 4.0 0 27 5 2 Afg Ire Dehradun 24.02.19
30 C Viljoen 4.0 0 9 5 1 Nam Bot Kampala 22.05.19
31 CW Perchard 4.0 0 17 5 2 Jer Gue Castel 01.06.19
32 D Ravu 4.0 0 15 5 1 PNG Van Apia-No 3 09.07.19
33 N Nipiko 3.4 0 19 5 2 Van PNG Apia-No 3 09.07.19
34 J Rasu 2.5 0 36 5 1 Van PNG Apia-No 2 12.07.19
35 N Vanua 4.0 2 17 5 2 PNG Van Apia-No 2 13.07.19
36 ACDouglas 2.2 0 18 5 1 Ber CIs S Parish 25.08.19
37 A Nanda 2.3 0 6 5 1 Lux Tur I  County 29.08.19
38 SL Malinga 4.0 1 6 5 2 Srl NZl Pallekele 06.09.19
39 P Arrighi 4.0 2 4 5 2 Arg Bra CPC Pitch A 04.10.19
40 A Kaleem 4.0 0 15 5 1 Oma Nep Al Amerat 10.10.19
41 DL Chahar 3.2 0 7 6 2 Ind Ban Nagpur 10.11.19
42 Karim Janat 4.0 0 11 5 2 Afg Win Lucknow 16.11.19
43 Muhumuza 3.4 1 13 5 2 UGA Qua Doha 15.02.20
44 K Hayat 2.0 0 4 5 2 Mal HKG K Lumpur 20.02.20
45 AC Agar 4.0 0 24 5 2 Aus RSA Jo’burg 21.02.20

AC Agar became the second bowler to capture five wickets in a T20I after JP Faulkner. JP Faulkner had captured five for 27 against Pakistan at Mohali on 25.03.16. AC Agar’s five for 24 in this  game  represent the best bowling figures in T20Is by an Australian bowler

No Player O M R W I Team Opp Ground Date
1 JPFaulkner 4.0 0 27 5 2 Aus Pak Mohali 25.03.16
2 AC Agar 4.0 0 24 5 2 Aus RSA Jo’burg 21.02.20

AC Agar became the fourth bowler to capture five wickets in a T20I against South Africa. The following table lists the performance of these four bowlers

No Player O M R W I Team Opp Ground Date
1 Umar Gul 2.2 0 06 5 2 Pak RSA Centurion 03.03.13
2 A Malik 4.0 0 19 5 1 Net RSA C’gram 27.03.14
3 B Kumar 4.0 0 24 5 2 Ind RSA Jo’burg 18.02.18
4 AC Agar 4.0 0 24 5 2 Aus RSA Jo’burg 21.02.20

The following eleven bowlers have captured single digit runs – zero to nine – while capturing five or more wickets in an innings.  Their performance is listed below

No Player O M R W I Team Opp Ground Date
1 R Herath 3.3 2 3 5 2 Srl NZl C’gram 31.03.14
2 R Khan 2.0 1 3 5 2 Afg Ire G Noida 10.03.17
3 P Arrighi 4.0 2 4 5 2 Arg Bra CPC Pitch A 04.10.19
4 K Hayat 2.0 0 4 5 2 Mal HKG K Lumpur 20.02.20
5 Umar Gul 3.0 0 6 5 1 Pak NZl The Oval 13.06.09
6 Umar Gul 2.2 0 6 5 2 Pak RSA Centurion 03.03.13
7 A Nanda 2.3 0 6 5 1 Lux Tur I  County 29.08.19
8 SL Malinga 4.0 1 6 5 2 Srl NZl Pallekele 06.09.19
9 DL Chahar 3.2 0 7 6 2 Ind Ban Nagpur 10.11.19
10 A Mendis 4.0 2 8 6 2 Srl Zim H’tota 18.09.12
11 C Viljoen 4.0 0 9 5 1 Nam Bot Kampala 22.05.19

The following table lists the 15 bowlers who have captured five  or more wickets in less than the allotted quota of four overs

No Player O M R W I Team Opp Ground Date
1 R Khan 2.0 1 03 5 2 Afg Ire G Noida 10.03.17
2 K Hayat 2.0 0 04 5 2 Mal HKG K Lumpur 20.02.20
3 Umar Gul 2.2 0 06 5 2 Pak RSA Centurion 03.03.13
4 ACDouglas 2.2 0 18 5 1 Ber CIs S Parish 25.08.19
5 A Nanda 2.3 0 06 5 1 Lux Tur I  County 29.08.19
6 J Rasu 2.5 0 36 5 1 Van PNG Apia-No 2 12.07.19
7 Umar Gul 3.0 0 06 5 1 Pak NZl The Oval 13.06.09
8 DLChahar 3.2 0 07 6 2 Ind Ban Nagpur 10.11.19
9 R Herath 3.3 2 03 5 2 Srl NZl C’gram 31.03.14
10 I Hassan 3.4 0 24 5 2 Mal Bah Al Amerat 21.01.19
11 N Nipiko 3.4 0 19 5 2 Van PNG Apia-No 3 09.07.19
12 Muhumuza 3.4 1 13 5 2 UGA Qua Doha 15.02.20
13 DJGSammy 3.5 0 26 5 1 Win Zim Trinidad 28.02.10
14 R McLaren 3.5 0 19 5 2 RSA Win N Sound 19.05.10
15 I Tahir 3.5 0 24 5 2 RSA NZl Auckland 17.02.17

BAS Mendis, Imran Tahir,  Rashid Khan,  SL Malinga and Umar Gul are  the five  bowlers who have captured five or more wickets on two occasions.

No Player O M R W I Team Opp Ground Date
1 A Mendis 4.0 1 16 6 2 Srl Aus Pallekele 08.08.11
2 A Mendis 4.0 2 08 6 2 Srl Zim H’tota 18.09.12
                     
1 I Tahir 3.5 0 24 5 2 RSA NZl Auckland 17.02.17
2 I Tahir 4.0 0 23 5 2 RSA Zim E London 09.10.18
                     
1 R Khan 2.0 1 03 5 2 Afg Ire G Noida 10.03.17
2 R Khan 4.0 0 27 5 2 Afg Ire Dehradun 24.02.19
                     
1 SL Malinga 4.0 0 31 5 2 Srl Eng Pallekele 01.10.12
2 SL Malinga 4.0 1 06 5 2 Srl NZl Pallekele 06.09.19
                     
1 Umar Gul 3.0 0 06 5 1 Pak NZl The Oval 13.06.09
2 Umar Gul 2.2 0 06 5 2 Pak RSA Centurion 03.03.13

BAW Mendis is the only bowler in the history of T20Is  to capture six wickets in an innings on two occasions.

No Player O M R W I Team Opp Ground Date
1 A Mendis 4.0 1 16 6 2 Srl Aus Pallekele 08.08.11
2 A Mendis 4.0 2 08 6 2 Srl Zim H’tota 18.09.12

Umar Gul is the only bowler in the history of T20Is to capture five wickets on two occasions conceding identical runs – six runs. Both  his performances have come in less than allotted quota of four overs.

No Player O M R W I Team Opp Ground Date
1 Umar Gul 3.0 0 06 5 1 Pak NZl The Oval 13.06.09
2 Umar Gul 2.2 0 06 5 2 Pak RSA Centurion 03.03.13
South African bowlers who have conceded 50 plus runs in an innings in Twenty20 Internationals

South African bowlers who have conceded 50 plus runs in an innings in Twenty20 Internationals

L  Ngidi  of South Africa conceded  55 runs against England at Centurion to provide the 153rd occasion of a bowler conceding 50 plus runs in an innings in the history of T20 Internationals.

It also provide the ninth occasion of a South African a bowler conceding 50 plus runs in an innings in the history of T20 Internationals.

It also provide the twelfth occasion of a bowler conceding 50 plus runs in an innings in the history of T20 Internationals against England

It also provide the fourth occasion of a South African a bowler conceding 50 plus runs in an innings in the history of T20 Internationals against England. L Ngidi became the most expensive South African bowler against England in T20Is in terms of runs conceded. The other three bowlers – DW Steyn. BE Hendricks and K Rabada – have conceded 50 runs. The following tables lists the bowlers who have conceded 50 plus runs

No Player O M R W I Team Opp Ground Date
1 SM Pollock 4.0 0 52 1 1 RSA Win Jo’burg 11.09.07
2 DW Steyn 4.0 0 50 0 1 RSA Eng Bridgetown 08.05.10
3 M Morkel 3.0 0 50 0 2 RSA NZl Chattogram 24.03.14
4 BEHendricks 4.0 0 50 1 2 RSA Eng Chattogram 29.03.14
5 KJ Abbott 4.0 0 68 1 2 RSA Win Jo’burg 11.01.15
6 D Wiese 4.0 0 58 0 2 RSA Aus Jo’burg 06.03.16
7 K Rabada 4.0 0 50 2 2 RSA Eng Mumbai 18.03.16
8 D Paterson 4.0 0 51 0 1 RSA Ind Centurion 21.02.18
9 L Ngidi 4.0 0 55 2 2 RSA Eng Centurion 16.02.20
                     
No Player O M R W I Team Opp Ground Date
1 MNSamuels 4.0 0 52 0 2 Win Eng The Oval 28.06.07
2 J Sharma 4.0 0 57 0 2 Ind Eng Durban 19.09.07
3 R Rampaul 3.0 0 52 0 1 Win Eng Providence 03.05.10
4 DW Steyn 4.0 0 50 0 1 RSA Eng Bridgetown 08.05.10
5 I Dawlatzai 3.0 0 56 2 1 Afg Eng Col-RPS 21.09.12
6 BAWMendis 4.0 0 52 0 2 Srl Eng Chattogram 27.03.14
7 BE Hendricks 4.0 0 50 1 2 RSA Eng Chattogram 29.03.14
8 K Rabada 4.0 0 50 2 2 RSA Eng Mumbai 18.03.16
9 TA Boult 4.0 0 50 3 1 NZl Eng Hamilton 18.02.18
10 KWRichardson 4.0 0 59 0 1 Aus Eng Birmingham 27.06.18
11 BM Tickner 4.0 0 50 0 1 NZl Eng Napier 08.11.19
12 L Ngidi 4.0 0 55 2 2 RSA Eng Centurion 16.02.20
                     
No Player O M R W I Team Opp Ground Date
1 DW Steyn 4.0 0 50 0 1 RSA Eng Bridgetown 08.05.10
2 BEHendricks 4.0 0 50 1 2 RSA Eng Chattogram 29.03.14
3 K Rabada 4.0 0 50 2 2 RSA Eng Mumbai 18.03.16
4 L Ngidi 4.0 0 55 2 2 RSA Eng Centurion 16.02.20
                     
No Player O M R W I Team Opp Ground Date
1 L Ngidi 4.0 0 55 2 2 RSA Eng Centurion 16.02.20
2 DW Steyn 4.0 0 50 0 1 RSA Eng Bridgetown 08.05.10
3 BE Hendricks 4.0 0 50 1 2 RSA Eng Chattogram 29.03.14
4 K Rabada 4.0 0 50 2 2 RSA Eng Mumbai 18.03.16
Three batsmen scoring fifties in an innings in a Twenty20 International

Three batsmen scoring fifties in an innings in a Twenty20 International

The T20I between South Africa and England at Centurion  on 16 Feb 2020 witnessed three England batsmen – JC Buttler {57}, JM Bairstow {64} and EJG Morgan {57 not out} – scoring fifties to provide the ninth occasion of three batsmen scoring fifties in a T20I. All such occasions are tabulated below

It also provides the first such occasion by England batsmen and also the first such occasion by any team against South Africa.  It also provides the first such occasion by a team batting second in a T20I

No Team Inns Opp Ground Date       50s
1 Ind 1 Eng Durban        19 Sep 2007 3
2 RSA 1 Eng Mumbai       18 Mar 2016 3
3 Ire 1 Sco Deventer       16 Jun 2018 3
4 Sco 1 Net Amstelveen        20 Jun 2018 3
5 Nam 1 Bot Windhoek        20 Aug 2019 3
6 Aus 1 Srl Adelaide        27 Oct 2019 3
7 Ind 1 Win Mumbai        11 Dec 2019 3
8 NZl 1 Ind Auckland        24 Jan 2020 3
8 Eng 2 RSA Centurion        16 Feb 2020 3
Smallest margin of victories in T20Is – by one run and by two runs

Smallest margin of victories in T20Is – by one run and by two runs

The ongoing T20I series between South Africa and England witnessed two smallest margin of victories. The  first game  at East London on 12.02.20 was won by South Africa by one run to provide the 15th occasion of a team  winning a T20I  by one run margin, while the second game at Durban on 14.02.20 was won by England by two runs to provide  the  15th occasion of a team winning a T20I by two runs margin. All such occasions are tabulated below

No Winner Margin Target Opp Ground Match Date
1 Aus 1 run 151 v NZl Sydney 15 Feb 2009
2 RSA 1 run 129 v NZl Lord’s 09 Jun 2009
3 Eng 1 run 129 v RSA Johannesburg 13 Nov 2009
4 NZl 1 run 134 v Pak Bridgetown 08 May 2010
5 RSA 1 run 121 v Win North Sound 20 May 2010
6 Ban 1 run 147 v Ire Belfast 20 Jul 2012
7 NZl 1 run 168 v Ind Chennai 11 Sep 2012
8 Ind 1 run 153 v RSA Col-RPS 02 Oct 2012
9 Ind 1 run 147 v Ban Bengaluru 23 Mar 2016
10 Win 1 run 246 v Ind Lauderhill 27 Aug 2016
11 Afg 1 run 146 v Ban Dehradun 07 Jun 2018
12 Ken 1 run 146 v Uga Kampala 22 May 2019
13 Den 1 run 118 v Finl Brondby 13 Jul 2019
14 Ire 1 run 187 v Sco Dublin-M 20 Sep 2019
15 RSA 1 run 178 v Eng E London 12 Feb 2020
             
1 Winner Margin Target Opp Ground Match Date
2 RSA 2 runs 202 v Aus Johannesburg 24 Feb 2006
3 Srl 2 runs 164 v Eng Southampton 15 Jun 2006
4 Aus 2 runs 128 v Pak Melbourne 05 Feb 2010
5 Ire 2 runs 108 v Ken Mombasa 24 Feb 2012
6 Srl 2 runs 122 v Aus Melbourne 28 Jan 2013
7 Irel 2 runs 169 v Can Abu Dhabi 16 Nov 2013
8 Srl 2 runs 169 v Ban Chattogram 12 Feb 2014
9 RSA 2 runs 171 v NZl Chattogram 24 Mar 2014
10 Zim 2 runs 171 v Ind Harare 18 Jun 2016
11 Eng 2 runs 195 v NZl Hamilton 18 Feb 2018
12 Pak 2 runs 149 v NZl Abu Dhabi 31 Oct 2018
13 Peru 2 runs 076 v Bra CPC Pitch A 03 Oct 2019
14 Sin 2 runs 169 v Sco ICCA Dubai 18 Oct 2019
15 Eng 2 runs 205 v RSA Durban 14 Feb 2020
Three or more batsmen dismissed run out in a T20I innings

Three or more batsmen dismissed run out in a T20I innings

The Wellington T20I on 31 Jan 2020 between New Zealand and India witnessed three New Zealand batsman dismissed run out to provide the 46th occasion of three or more batsmen dismissed run out in a T20I innings. All such occasions are tabulated below

No Team Inns Oppn Ground ROs Start Date
1 Srl 1 Eng Southampton 3 15 Jun 2006
2 NZl 1 Ind Johannesburg 4 16 Sep 2007
3 Eng 2 NZl Durban 3 18 Sep 2007
4 Ban 1 Pak Cape Town 3 20 Sep 2007
5 Ban 2 Pak Karachi 3 20 Apr 2008
6 Can 1 Ken Belfast 3 03 Aug 2008
7 Sco 1 Net Belfast 4 04 Aug 2008
8 Eng 1 Win Port of Spain 3 15 Mar 2009
9 Ire 2 NZl Nottingham 4 11 Jun 2009
10 Ban 1 Win Basseterre 4 02 Aug 2009
11 Ire 2 Can Col-SSC                       3 03 Feb 2010
12 Sco 1 Ken Nai- Gym                       3 04 Feb 2010
13 Aus 1 Pak Melbourne 3 05 Feb 2010
14 Afg 1 Ire Dubai-DSC                       3 09 Feb 2010
15 Afg 1 Net Dubai- DSC                       4 12 Feb 2010
16 Eng 2 Win The Oval 4 25 Sep 2011
17 Aus 1 Ind Melbourne 4 03 Feb 2012
18 Ken 2 Sco ICCA Dubai 3 13 Mar 2012
19 Srl 1 Zim Hambantota 3 18 Sep 2012
20 Srl 2 NZl Pallekele 3 27 Sep 2012
21 Can 2 Ken Sharjah 3 26 Nov 2013
22 Nep 1 PNG Dublin-M 3 17 Jul 2015
23 Ind 2 Zim Harare 3 19 Jul 2015
24 Pak 2 Srl Col-RPS 3 01 Aug 2015
25 Zim 2 Pak Harare 3 27 Sep 2015
26 Afg 1 HKG Abu Dhabi 3 28 Nov 2015
27 Sco 1 HKG Mong Kok 3 30 Jan 2016
28 Zim 1 HKG Nagpur 3 08 Mar 2016
29 Wor 2 Pak Lahore 3 15 Sep 2017
30 Srl 1 Pak Abu Dhabi 3 27 Oct 2017
31 Ban 2 Afg Dehradun 3 07 Jun 2018
32 Sco 2 Pak Edinburgh 3 13 Jun 2018
33 Kuw 2 Qat Al Amerat 4 22 Jan 2019
34 RSA 2 Srl Cape Town 3 19 Mar 2019
35 Bel 2 Ger Waterloo 3 11 May 2019
36 Bot 2 Uga Kampala 3 20 May 2019
37 Qat 2 Kuw Doha 3 05 Jul 2019
38 Den 1 Fin Brondby 3 13 Jul 2019
39 Mal 1 Kuw Singapore 4 22 Jul 2019
40 HKG 1 Oma Al Amerat 4 05 Oct 2019
41 Srl 1 Pak Lahore 3 07 Oct 2019
42 Ire 1 UAE Abu Dhabi 3 19 Oct 2019
43 Can 1 Oma Abu Dhabi 3 25 Oct 2019
44 Por 2 Spa Cartagena 3 26 Oct 2019
45 Mal 1 Nep Kirtipur 3 09 Dec 2019
46 NZl 2 Ind Wellington 3 31 Jan 2020

It also provides the second such occasion involving New Zealand batsmen. Both such occasions are tabulated below

No Team Inns Oppn Ground ROs Start Date
1 NZl 1 Ind Johannesburg 4 16 Sep 2007
2 NZl 2 Ind Wellington 3 31 Jan 2020

It also provides the third such occasion against New Zealand in T20Is. All such occasions are tabulated below

No Team Inns Oppn Ground ROs Start Date
1 NZl 1 Ind Johannesburg 4 16 Sep 2007
2 Aus 1 Ind Melbourne 4 03 Feb 2012
3 NZl 2 Ind Wellington 3 31 Jan 2020

There are 36 occasions in which three batsmen were dismissed run out in a T20I innings and ten occasions in which four batsmen were dismissed run out in a T20I innings. All such occasions are tabulated below

No Team Inns Oppn Ground ROs Start Date
1 Srl 1 Eng Southampton 3 15 Jun 2006
2 Eng 2 NZl Durban 3 18 Sep 2007
3 Ban 1 Pak Cape Town 3 20 Sep 2007
4 Ban 2 Pak Karachi 3 20 Apr 2008
5 Can 1 Ken Belfast 3 03 Aug 2008
6 Eng 1 Win Port of Spain 3 15 Mar 2009
7 Ire 2 Can Col-SSC                       3 03 Feb 2010
8 Sco 1 Ken Nai- Gym                       3 04 Feb 2010
9 Aus 1 Pak Melbourne 3 05 Feb 2010
10 Afg 1 Ire Dubai-DSC                       3 09 Feb 2010
11 Ken 2 Sco ICCA Dubai 3 13 Mar 2012
12 Srl 1 Zim Hambantota 3 18 Sep 2012
13 Srl 2 NZl Pallekele 3 27 Sep 2012
14 Can 2 Ken Sharjah 3 26 Nov 2013
15 Nep 1 PNG Dublin-M 3 17 Jul 2015
16 Ind 2 Zim Harare 3 19 Jul 2015
17 Pak 2 Srl Col-RPS 3 01 Aug 2015
18 Zim 2 Pak Harare 3 27 Sep 2015
19 Afg 1 HKG Abu Dhabi 3 28 Nov 2015
20 Sco 1 HKG Mong Kok 3 30 Jan 2016
21 Zim 1 HKG Nagpur 3 08 Mar 2016
22 Wor 2 Pak Lahore 3 15 Sep 2017
23 Srl 1 Pak Abu Dhabi 3 27 Oct 2017
24 Ban 2 Afg Dehradun 3 07 Jun 2018
25 Sco 2 Pak Edinburgh 3 13 Jun 2018
26 RSA 2 Srl Cape Town 3 19 Mar 2019
27 Bel 2 Ger Waterloo 3 11 May 2019
28 Bot 2 Uga Kampala 3 20 May 2019
29 Qat 2 Kuw Doha 3 05 Jul 2019
30 Den 1 Fin Brondby 3 13 Jul 2019
31 Srl 1 Pak Lahore 3 07 Oct 2019
32 Ire 1 UAE Abu Dhabi 3 19 Oct 2019
33 Can 1 Oma Abu Dhabi 3 25 Oct 2019
34 Por 2 Spa Cartagena 3 26 Oct 2019
35 Mal 1 Nep Kirtipur 3 09 Dec 2019
36 NZl 2 Ind Wellington 3 31 Jan 2020
             
1 NZl 1 Ind Johannesburg 4 16 Sep 2007
2 Sco 1 Net Belfast 4 04 Aug 2008
3 Ire 2 NZl Nottingham 4 11 Jun 2009
4 Ban 1 Win Basseterre 4 02 Aug 2009
5 Afg 1 Net Dubai- DSC                       4 12 Feb 2010
6 Eng 2 Win The Oval 4 25 Sep 2011
7 Aus 1 Ind Melbourne 4 03 Feb 2012
8 Kuw 2 Qat Al Amerat 4 22 Jan 2019
9 Mal 1 Kuw Singapore 4 22 Jul 2019
10 HKG 1 Oma Al Amerat 4 05 Oct 2019
Opening batsmen dismissed run out after scoring a fifty in T20I – Some permutations and combinations

Opening batsmen dismissed run out after scoring a fifty in T20I – Some permutations and combinations

H Masakadza {03}, Babar Azam {02}, RG Sharma {02} and S Davizi {02} are the four batsmen who have been dismissed run out after scoring a fifty on two or more occasions in the history of T20Is

No Player Runs Inns Team Opp Ground Date
1 H Masakadza 53 1 Zim Pak King City-NW 12.10.08
2 H Masakadza 72 1 Zim RSA Bloemfontein 08.10.10
3 H Masakadza 79 1 Zim Ban Khulna 15.01.16
               
1 Babar Azam 65 1 Pak Eng Cardiff 05.05.19
2 Babar Azam 50 1 Pak Aus Canberra 05.11.19
               
1 RG Sharma 60 1 Ind Aus Melbourne 29.01.16
2 RG Sharma 89 1 Ind Ban Col-RPS 14.03.18
               
1 S Davizi 91 1 CZR Mal Marsa 18.10.19
2 S Davizi 101 1 CZR Mal Marsa 20.10.19

S Davizi is the only who has been dismissed run out after scoring a ninety and a century the history of T20Is.

No Player Runs Inns Team Opp Ground Date
1 S Davizi 91 1 CZR Mal Marsa 18.10.19
2 S Davizi 101 1 CZR Mal Marsa 20.10.19

S Davizi and CH Gayle are the two batsmen who have been run out after scoring nineties in T20Is, while S Davizi and R Sandaruwan are the two batsmen who have been run out after scoring centuries in T20Is

No Player Runs Inns Team Opp Ground Date
1 S Davizi 91 1 CZR Mal Marsa 18.10.19
2 CH Gayle 98 1 Win Ind Bridgetown 09.05.10
               
1 S Davizi 101 1 CZR Mal Marsa 20.10.19
2 R Sandaruwan 103 2 Kuw Bah Al Amerat 23.01.19
Opening batsman and wicket keeper batsman dismissed run out after scoring fifties in the same innings of a T20I

Opening batsman and wicket keeper batsman dismissed run out after scoring fifties in the same innings of a T20I

C Munro and TL Seifert of New Zealand was dismissed run out for 64 and 57 respectively against India at Wellington on 31.01.20  to provide the very first occasion of an opening batsman and wicket keeper batsman dismissed run out in the same innings after scoring fifties in the history of T20Is.

No Player Runs Inns Team Opp Ground Date
1 C Munro 64 2 NZl Ind Wellington 31.01.20
2 TL Seifert 57 2 NZl Ind Wellington 31.01.20