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Twenty20 Internationals won with a last ball boundary six

Out of the  20 T20I games which were on the last ball of the match, only five matches have been won with a last-ball boundary six. The following table lists all such games which include India’s win with a last-ball six against Bangladesh at Col-RPS on 18.03.18. The table contains the name of the batsman who scored the boundary six and the name of the bowler who was hit for a boundary six off the last ball. It is interesting to note that India has been at the receiving end on two occasions. 

No Winner Margin Target Oppn Ground Date Batsman Bowler LB
1 Srl 5 wkts 164 Ind Gros Islet 11.05.10 CK Kapugadera A Nehra 6
2 Eng 6 wkts 178 Ind Mumbai 22.12.12 EJG Morgan AB Dinda 6
3 Pak 2 wkts 153 Win Kingstown 27.07.13 Zulfiqar Babar MN Samuels 6
4 Zim 5 wkts 141 Net Sylhet 19.03.14 V Sibanda Ahsan Malik 6
5 Ind 4 wkts 167 Ban Col (RPS) 18.03.18 KD Karthik S Sarkar 6

RG Sharma completes 7000 Twenty20 runs

RG Sharma’s run-aggregate at the end of the finals of Nidahas Trophy against Bangladesh on 18.03.18 read 1852. He now occupies the fifth position among the highest run-getters in T20Is. MJ Guptill {2271}, BB McCullum {2140}, V Kohli {1983} and TM Dilshan {1889} are the four batsmen who have scored more than RG Sharma in T20Is.

RG Sharma became the second Indian batsman to total 1800 runs in T20Is after V Kohli. V Kohli has an aggregate of 1983 runs.

RG Sharma registered his 16th fifty in T20Is when he scored 56 in this game.He now shares the second place with MJ Guptill for most fifties in T20Is. The first place is occupied by V Kohli with 18 fifties.

RG Sharma registered his 14th half century in T20Is when he scored 56 in this game.He now shares the second place with MJ Guptill for most half-centuries in T20Is. The first place is occupied by V Kohli with 18 half centuries

RG Sharma became the second Indian batsman to score 16 or more fifties in T20Is after V Kohli. V Kohli has scored 18 fifties.

RG Sharma became the second Indian batsman to score 14 or more half-centuries in T20Is after V Kohli. V Kohli has scored 18 half centuries.

RG Sharma’s 56 in this game represent his 10th half century as an opening batsman in T20Is. He became the sixth opening batsman to score ten or more half-centuries in T20Is. Others are – MJ Guptill {14}. CH Gayle {13}, TM Dilshan {13}, DA Warner {12} and SR Watson {10}

RG Sharma’s aggregate of boundary sixes as an opening batsman read 61 at the end of this game. He became the sixth opening batsman in the history of T20Is to score 60 plus boundary sixes. Others are – CH Gayle {103}, MJ Guptill {92}, DA Warner {72}. SR Watson {72} and Mohammad Shahzad {61|

YS Chahal’s aggregate of wickets in T20Is read 35 wickets including the three wickets he took in this game. He became the third Indian bowler to capture 35 plus wickets in T20Is. Others are R Ashwin {52} and JJ Bumrah {41}

With the win against Bangladesh, India carved its 61st win in T20Is. India now occupies the second place in the list  of teams which have won most T20I games. The first place is occupied by Pakistan which has won 74 games. India went past South Africa which has won 60 games to occupy the second place.

India won its eighth game against Sri Lanka by winning this game. India and Pakistan share the record for winning most games against Bangladesh in T20Is. Pakistan has also won eight games against Bangladesh in 20Is

RG Sharma completed 7000 runs in T20s when he was on 26 during his knock of 56 in this game. At the end of this game, his run aggregate read 7030. He became the tenth batsman in the history of T20 games to aggregate 7000 plus runs. The following table lists all the batsmen who have accomplished the feat

No Player Span Mat Inns NO Runs HS Ave C HC 0 4s 6s
1 CH Gayle 2005-2018 323 316 44 11068 175* 40.69 20 67 20 835 819
2 BB McCullum 2005-2018 329 324 33 8992 158* 30.90 7 47 18 846 439
3 KA Pollard 2006-2018 413 371 104 8048 89* 30.14 0 40 14 518 521
4 Shoaib Malik 2005-2018 303 284 77 7674 95* 37.07 0 46 8 599 223
5 DA Warner 2007-2018 243 242 25 7668 135* 35.33 6 59 15 765 319
6 DR Smith 2006-2018 318 310 26 7603 110* 26.77 5 45 27 726 367
7 BJ Hodge 2003-2018 277 261 60 7406 106 36.84 2 48 14 709 248
8 SK Raina 2006-2018 276 262 41 7378 126* 33.38 4 42 11 654 283
9 V Kohli 2007-2018 228 215 40 7095 113 40.54 4 52 8 662 220
10 RG Sharma 2007-2018 270 258 41 7030 118 32.39 4 49 15 607 290

He also became the third Indian batsman to aggregate 7000 plus runs after SK Raina and V Kohli. SK Raina and V Kohli has aggregated 7378 and 7095 runs respectively.

No Player Span Mat Inns NO Runs HS Ave C HC 0 4s 6s
1 SK Raina 2006-2018 276 262 41 7378 126* 33.38 4 42 11 654 283
2 V Kohli 2007-2018 228 215 40 7095 113 40.54 4 52 8 662 220
3 RG Sharma 2007-2018 270 258 41 7030 118 32.39 4 49 15 607 290

KD Karthik has effected 50 stumping dismissals in T20 games at the end of this tournament. He became the fourth wicketkeeper to effect 50 plus stumping dismissals in the history of T20 games. Others are – Kamran Akmal {92}, MS Dhoni {70} and KC Sangakkara {60}

 

 

Twenty20 Internationals won on the last ball of the match

India won the finals of the Nidahas Trophy against Bangladesh at Col-RPS on 18.03.18 on the last ball of the match to provide the 20th occasion of a team winning a T20I on the last ball of the match. All such occasions are tabulated below.

No Winner Margin Target Overs Opposition Ground Match Date
1 New Zealand 5 wickets 150 20.0 v India Wellington 27 Feb 2009
2 Netherlands 4 wickets 163 20.0 v England Lord’s 05 Jun 2009
3 Sri Lanka 5 wickets 164 20.0 v India Gros Islet 11 May 2010
4 England 1 wicket 158 20.0 v Australia Adelaide 12 Jan 2011
5 Scotland 4 wickets 136 20.0 v Canada Dubai (DSC) 23 Mar 2012
6 Bangladesh 2 wickets 141 20.0 v Ireland Belfast 21 Jul 2012
7 Netherlands 1 wicket 129 20.0 v Bangladesh The Hague 26 Jul 2012
8 England 6 wickets 178 20.0 v India Mumbai 22 Dec 2012
9 New Zealand 8 wickets 169 19.0 v South Africa East London 23 Dec 2012
10 Pakistan 2 wickets 153 20.0 v West Indies Kingstown 27 Jul 2013
11 Sri Lanka 3 wickets 121 20.0 v Bangladesh Chittagong 14 Feb 2014
12 Ireland 3 wickets 164 20.0 v Zimbabwe Sylhet 17 Mar 2014
13 Zimbabwe 5 wickets 141 20.0 v Netherlands Sylhet 19 Mar 2014
14 Hong Kong 5 wickets 162 20.0 v Afghanistan Dublin (M) 21 Jul 2015
15 India 7 wickets 198 20.0 v Australia Sydney 31 Jan 2016
16 South Africa 3 wickets 135 20.0 v England Cape Town 19 Feb 2016
17 Australia 5 wickets 205 20.0 v South Africa Johannesburg 06 Mar 2016
18 Sri Lanka 5 wickets 169 20.0 v Australia Melbourne 17 Feb 2017
19 Sri Lanka 2 wickets 174 20.0 v Australia Geelong 19 Feb 2017
20 India 4 wickets 167 20.0 v Bangladesh Col (RPS) 18 Mar 2018

India’s win on the last ball of the match against Bangladesh at   Col-RPS on 18.03.18 provide the second occasion of  India winning a T20I on the last ball of the match. The other occasion was India winning by seven wickets against Australia at Sydney on 31.01.16. India was set a target of 198.

No Winner Margin Target Overs Opposition Ground Match Date
1 India 7 wickets 198 20.0 v Australia Sydney 31 Jan 2016
2 India 4 wickets 167 20.0 v Bangladesh Col (RPS) 18 Mar 2018

India’s win on the last ball of the match against Bangladesh at   Col-RPS on 18.03.18 provides the third occasion of  Bangladesh losing a T20I on the last ball of the match. All such occasions are tabulated below

No Winner Margin Target Overs Opposition Ground Match Date
1 Netherlands 1 wicket 129 20.0 v Bangladesh The Hague 26 Jul 2012
2 Sri Lanka 3 wickets 121 20.0 v Bangladesh Chittagong 14 Feb 2014
3 India 4 wickets 167 20.0 v Bangladesh Col (RPS) 18 Mar 2018

 

 

Batsmen dismissed run out for a first ball duck in the history of Twenty20 Internationals

Mehidy Hasan Miraz of Bangladesh was dismissed run out for a first ball duck against Sri Lanka at Col-RPS on 16.03.18  in the ongoing Nidahas Trophy to provide the 30th occasion of a batsman dismissed run out for a first ball duck in the history of Twenty20 Internationals. All such occasions are listed below

No Player Runs BF Inns Team Oppn Ground Start Date
1 M Jayawardene 0 1 1 Srl Eng Southampton 15 Jun 2006
2 JS Patel 0 1 1 NZl Ind Johannesburg 16 Sep 2007
3 MJ Clarke 0 1 1 Aus Pak Johannesburg 18 Sep 2007
4 Abdur Razzak 0 1 1 Ban Pak Cape Town 20 Sep 2007
5 MEK Hussey 0 1 1 Aus RSA Johannesburg 27 Mar 2009
6 CJ Ferguson 0 1 2 Aus RSA Centurion 29 Mar 2009
7 NS Poonia 0 1 2 Sco RSA The Oval 07 Jun 2009
8 PC Connell 0 1 2 Ire Afg Dubai-DSC 09 Feb 2010
9 SPD Smith 0 1 1 Aus Pak Gros Islet 02 May 2010
10 LE Bosman 0 1 1 RSA Afg Bridgetown 05 May 2010
11 Shahid Afridi 0 1 1 Pak Eng Bridgetown 06 May 2010
12 D Bishoo 0 1 1 Win Eng The Oval 23 Sep 2011
13 DA Warner 0 1 2 Aus RSA Cape Town 13 Oct 2011
14 RW Price 0 1 2 Zim NZl Harare 17 Oct 2011
15 Ziaur Rahman 0 1 2 Ban Ire Belfast 21 Jul 2012
16 PP Chawla 0 1 1 Ind Eng Mumbai 22 Dec 2012
17 Saeed Ajmal 0 1 2 Pak Win Kingstown 27 Jul 2013
18 Nawroz Mangal 0 1 1 Afg Ban Dhaka 16 Mar 2014
19 SP Gauchan 0 1 1 Nep HKG Chittagong 16 Mar 2014
20 MC Sorensen 0 1 2 Ire Zim Sylhet 17 Mar 2014
21 D Ramdin 0 1 1 Win Ban Dhaka 25 Mar 2014
22 HG Munsey 0 1 2 Sco Net Edinburgh 11 Jul 2015
23 SR Thompson 0 1 2 Ire HKG Dublin-M 17 Jul 2015
24 Tanwir Afzal 0 1 2 HKG Afg Dublin-M 21 Jul 2015
25 AR Cusack 0 1 1 Ire Net Dublin-M 25 Jul 2015
26 AT Rayudu 0 1 1 Ind RSA Dharamsala 02 Oct 2015
27 RAS Lakmal 0 1 1 Srl RSA Delhi 28 Mar 2016
28 MK Pandey 0 1 1 Ind Zim Harare 22 Jun 2016
29 Rubel Hossain 0 1 1 Ban Ind Col-RPS 08 Mar 2018
30 Mehidy Hasan Miraz 0 1 2 Ban Srl Col-RPS 16 Mar 2018

Mehidy Hasan Miraz of Bangladesh was dismissed run out for a first ball duck against Sri Lanka at Col-RPS on 16.03.18  in the ongoing Nidahas Trophy to provide the fourth occasion of a Bangladesh batsman dismissed run out for a first ball duck in the history of Twenty20 Internationals. All such occasions are listed below

No Player Runs BF Inns Team Oppn Ground Start Date
1 Abdur Razzak 0 1 1 Ban Pak Cape Town 20 Sep 2007
2 Ziaur Rahman 0 1 2 Ban Ire Belfast 21 Jul 2012
3 Rubel Hossain 0 1 1 Ban Ind Col-RPS 08 Mar 2018
4 Mehidy Hasan Miraz 0 1 2 Ban Srl Col-RPS 16 Mar 2018

 

Captain openers who have scored fifties in Twenty20 Internationals

India’s RG Sharma scored 89 against Sri Lanka on 14.03.18 at Col-RPS in the ongoing Nidahas Trophy to provide the 31st occasion of a captain opener scoring a fifty in the history of Twenty20 Internationals. All such occasions are tabulated below

No Player Runs Inns Team Oppn Ground Start Date
1 GC Smith 61 1 RSA NZl Johannesburg 21 Oct 2005
2 GC Smith 89* 1 RSA Aus Johannesburg 24 Feb 2006
3 GC Smith 71* 2 RSA Pak Johannesburg 02 Feb 2007
4 CH Gayle 61 1 Win Eng The Oval 29 Jun 2007
5 RR Watson 54 2 Sco Ken Belfast 04 Aug 2008
6 CH Gayle 67 2 Win NZl Auckland 26 Dec 2008
7 TM Dilshan 61 1 Srl Ind Colombo (RPS) 10 Feb 2009
8 CH Gayle 88 2 Win Aus The Oval 06 Jun 2009
9 BB McCullum 57 2 NZl RSA Lord’s 09 Jun 2009
10 CH Gayle 63* 2 Win Srl The Oval 19 Jun 2009
11 GC Smith 88 1 RSA Eng Centurion 15 Nov 2009
12 CH Gayle 98 1 Win Ind Bridgetown 09 May 2010
13 TM Dilshan 104* 1 Srl Aus Pallekele 06 Aug 2011
14 WTS Porterfield 56* 2 Ire Ken Dubai (DSC) 14 Mar 2012
15 M Jayawardene 65* 2 Srl Win Pallekele 29 Sep 2012
16 MR Swart 89 1 Net Ken Windhoek 19 Apr 2013
17 CO Obuya 60* 1 Ken Afg Sharjah 11 Oct 2013
18 KS Williamson 53 1 NZl Srl Mt Maunganui 07 Jan 2016
19 KS Williamson 70 2 NZl Pak Auckland 15 Jan 2016
20 KS Williamson 72* 2 NZl Pak Hamilton 17 Jan 2016
21 AJ Finch 74 2 Aus Ind Melbourne 29 Jan 2016
22 SR Watson 124* 1 Aus Ind Sydney 31 Jan 2016
23 WTS Porterfield 72 2 Ire UAE Abu Dhabi 16 Feb 2016
24 LD Chandimal 58 1 Srl Pak Dhaka 04 Mar 2016
25 Rohan Mustafa 58 2 UAE Afg ICCA Dubai 18 Dec 2016
26 KS Williamson 73* 2 NZl Ban Napier 03 Jan 2017
27 KS Williamson 60 1 NZl Ban Mt Maunganui 08 Jan 2017
28 AJ Finch 53 1 Aus Srl Adelaide 22 Feb 2017
29 RG Sharma 118 1 Ind Srl Indore 22 Dec 2017
30 DA Warner 59 2 Aus NZl Auckland 16 Feb 2018
31 RG Sharma 89 1 Ind Ban Colombo (RPS) 14 Mar 2018

It also provides the second occasion of an Indian captain opener scoring a fifty in T20Is. The first occasion was also by RG Sharma who scored a century against Sri Lanka at Indore on 22.12.17. Both the occasions are listed below.

No Player Runs Inns Team Oppn Ground Start Date
1 RG Sharma 118 1 Ind Srl Indore 22 Dec 2017
2 RG Sharma 89 1 Ind Ban Colombo (RPS) 14 Mar 2018

RG Sharma’s 89 provide the third occasion of a captain opener scoring a fifty against Bangladesh in T20Is. All such occasions are tabulated below. RG Sharma became the second captain opener to score a fifty against Bangladesh in T20is

No Player Runs Inns Team Oppn Ground Start Date
1 KS Williamson 73* 2 NZl Ban Napier 03 Jan 2017
2 KS Williamson 60 1 NZl Ban Mt Maunganui 08 Jan 2017
3 RG Sharma 89 1 Ind Ban Colombo (RPS) 14 Mar 2018

TM Dilshan, SR Watson and RG Sharma are the three captain openers who have scored a century in Twenty20 Internationals.

No Player Runs Inns Team Oppn Ground Start Date
1 TM Dilshan 104* 1 Srl Aus Pallekele 06 Aug 2011
2 SR Watson 124* 1 Aus Ind Sydney 31 Jan 2016
3 RG Sharma 118 1 Ind Srl Indore 22 Dec 2017

 

Captain openers dismissed runout after scoring a fifty in Twenty20 Internationals

RG Sharma was dismissed for 89 against Bangladesh at Col-RPS on 14.03.18 in the ongoing Nidahas Trophy to provide the fifth occasion of a captain opening batsman dismissed run out after scoring a fifty in the history of Twenty20 Internationals. All such occasions are tabulated below

No Player Runs Inns Team Oppn Ground Start Date
1 CH Gayle 98 1 Win Ind Bridgetown 09 May 2010
2 MR Swart 89 1 Net Ken Windhoek 19 Apr 2013
3 AJ Finch 74 2 Aus Ind Melbourne 29 Jan 2016
4 WTS Porterfield 72 2 Ire UAE Abu Dhabi 16 Feb 2016
5 RG Sharma 89 1 Ind Ban Colombo (RPS) 14 Mar 2018

 

 

 

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