Category: Test Matches

Pakistan bowlers who have captured five wickets in both innings of a test match

Mohammad Abbas of Pakistan captured five wickets in both innings of the just concluded test against Australia at Abu Dhabi to provide the 25th occasion of a Pakistan bowler capturing five or more wickets in both innings of a test. The match figures of bowlers who have performed such a feat are tabulated below

No Player Overs BPO M Runs W Opposition Ground Start Date
1 Fazal Mahmood 51.4 6 19 094 12 v India Lucknow 23 Oct 1952
2 Fazal Mahmood 60.0 6 27 099 12 v England The Oval 12 Aug 1954
3 Zulfiqar Ahmed 83.5 6 40 079 11 v New Zealand Karachi 13 Oct 1955
4 Fazal Mahmood 75.0 6 28 114 13 v Australia Karachi 11 Oct 1956
5 Fazal Mahmood 45.3 6 19 100 12 v West Indies Dhaka 06 Mar 1959
6 Intikhab Alam 95.4 6 39 182 10 v New Zealand Dhaka 08 Nov 1969
7 Imran Khan 45.7 8 9 165 12 v Australia Sydney 14 Jan 1977
8 Imran Khan 52.2 6 11 116 14 v Sri Lanka Lahore 22 Mar 1982
9 Imran Khan 55.5 6 15 180 11 v India Faisalabad 03 Jan 1983
10 Abdul Qadir 72.0 6 12 194 10 v England Lahore 19 Mar 1984
11 Wasim Akram 59.0 6 17 128 10 v New Zealand Dunedin 09 Feb 1985
12 Abdul Qadir 104.4 6 31 186 10 v England Karachi 16 Dec 1987
13 Wasim Akram 71.4 6 21 160 11 v Australia Melbourne 12 Jan 1990
14 Waqar Younis 54.1 6 22 130 12 v New Zealand Faisalabad 26 Oct 1990
15 Waqar Younis 56.0 6 15 135 13 v Zimbabwe Karachi 01 Dec 1993
16 Waqar Younis 32.0 6 5 119 11 v Sri Lanka Kandy 26 Aug 1994
17 Mushtaq Ahmed 41.3 6 12 106 10 v West Indies Peshawar 17 Nov 1997
18 Saqlain Mushtaq 67.2 6 16 187 10 v India Chennai 28 Jan 1999
19 Saqlain Mushtaq 82.3 6 22 216 10 v India Delhi 04 Feb 1999
20 Wasim Akram 56.2 6 19 110 11 v West Indies St John’s 25 May 2000
21 Danish Kaneria 28.0 6 6 094 12 v Bangladesh Multan 29 Aug 2001
22 Shoaib Akhtar 38.3 6 8 078 11 v New Zealand Wellington 26 Dec 2003
23 Mohammad Asif 35.0 6 13 071 11 v Sri Lanka Kandy 03 Apr 2006
24 Saeed Ajmal 56.5 6 20 111 11 v West Indies Providence 12 May 2011
25 Mohammad Abbas 29.4 6 6 095 10 v Australia Abu Dhabi 16 Oct 2018

Mohammad Abbas of Pakistan captured five wickets in both innings of the just concluded test against Australia at Abu Dhabi to provide the 25th occasion of a Pakistan bowler capturing five or more wickets  in both innings of a test. The innings figures of bowlers who have performed such a feat are tabulated below

No No Player Overs M Runs W Inns Opposition Ground Start Date
1 1 Fazal Mahmood 24.1 8 52 5 1 v India Lucknow 23 Oct 1952
  2 Fazal Mahmood 27.3 11 42 7 3 v India Lucknow 23 Oct 1952
                     
2 1 Fazal Mahmood 30.0 16 53 6 2 v England The Oval 12 Aug 1954
  2 Fazal Mahmood 30.0 11 46 6 4 v England The Oval 12 Aug 1954
                     
3 1 Zulfiqar Ahmed 37.2 19 37 5 1 v New Zealand Karachi 13 Oct 1955
  2 Zulfiqar Ahmed 46.3 21 42 6 3 v New Zealand Karachi 13 Oct 1955
                     
4 1 Fazal Mahmood 27.0 11 34 6 1 v Australia Karachi 11 Oct 1956
  2 Fazal Mahmood 48.0 17 80 7 3 v Australia Karachi 11 Oct 1956
                     
5 1 Fazal Mahmood 18.3 9 34 6 2 v West Indies Dhaka 06 Mar 1959
  2 Fazal Mahmood 27.0 10 66 6 4 v West Indies Dhaka 06 Mar 1959
                     
6 1 Intikhab Alam 56.0 26 91 5 1 v New Zealand Dhaka 08 Nov 1969
  2 Intikhab Alam 39.4 13 91 5 3 v New Zealand Dhaka 08 Nov 1969
                     
7 1 Imran Khan 26.0×8 6 102 6 1 v Australia Sydney 14 Jan 1977
  2 Imran Khan 19.7×8 3 63 6 3 v Australia Sydney 14 Jan 1977
                     
8 1 Imran Khan 29.3 8 58 8 1 v Sri Lanka Lahore 22 Mar 1982
  2 Imran Khan 22.5 3 58 6 3 v Sri Lanka Lahore 22 Mar 1982
                     
9 1 Imran Khan 25.0 3 98 6 1 v India Faisalabad 03 Jan 1983
  2 Imran Khan 30.5 12 82 5 3 v India Faisalabad 03 Jan 1983
                     
10 1 Abdul Qadir 30.0 7 84 5 1 v England Lahore 19 Mar 1984
  2 Abdul Qadir 42.0 5 110 5 3 v England Lahore 19 Mar 1984
                     
11 1 Wasim Akram 26.0 7 56 5 2 v New Zealand Dunedin 09 Feb 1985
  2 Wasim Akram 33.0 10 72 5 4 v New Zealand Dunedin 09 Feb 1985
                     
12 1 Abdul Qadir 49.4 15 88 5 1 v England Karachi 16 Dec 1987
  2 Abdul Qadir 55.0 16 98 5 3 v England Karachi 16 Dec 1987
                     
13 1 Wasim Akram 30.0 9 62 6 1 v Australia Melbourne 12 Jan 1990
  2 Wasim Akram 41.4 12 98 5 3 v Australia Melbourne 12 Jan 1990
                     
14 1 Waqar Younis 30.2 13 76 7 2 v New Zealand Faisalabad 26 Oct 1990
  2 Waqar Younis 23.5 9 54 5 4 v New Zealand Faisalabad 26 Oct 1990
                     
15 1 Waqar Younis 34.1 8 91 7 2 v Zimbabwe Karachi 01 Dec 1993
  2 Waqar Younis 21.5 7 44 6 4 v Zimbabwe Karachi 01 Dec 1993
                     
16 1 Waqar Younis 14.0 4 34 6 1 v Sri Lanka Kandy 26 Aug 1994
  2 Waqar Younis 18.0 1 85 5 3 v Sri Lanka Kandy 26 Aug 1994
                     
17 1 Mushtaq Ahmed 18.3 7 35 5 1 v West Indies Peshawar 17 Nov 1997
  2 Mushtaq Ahmed 23.0 5 71 5 3 v West Indies Peshawar 17 Nov 1997
                     
18 1 Saqlain Mushtaq 35.0 8 94 5 2 v India Chennai 28 Jan 1999
  2 Saqlain Mushtaq 32.2 8 93 5 4 v India Chennai 28 Jan 1999
                     
19 1 Saqlain Mushtaq 35.5 9 94 5 1 v India Delhi 04 Feb 1999
  2 Saqlain Mushtaq 46.4 13 122 5 3 v India Delhi 04 Feb 1999
                     
20 1 Wasim Akram 26.2 7 61 6 2 v West Indies St John’s 25 May 2000
  2 Wasim Akram 30.0 12 49 5 4 v West Indies St John’s 25 May 2000
                     
21 1 Danish Kaneria 13.0 3 42 6 1 v Bangladesh Multan 29 Aug 2001
  2 Danish Kaneria 15.0 3 52 6 3 v Bangladesh Multan 29 Aug 2001
                     
22 1 Shoaib Akhtar 20.3 5 48 5 1 v New Zealand Wellington 26 Dec 2003
  2 Shoaib Akhtar 18.0 3 30 6 3 v New Zealand Wellington 26 Dec 2003
                     
23 1 Mohammad Asif 23.0 7 44 6 1 v Sri Lanka Kandy 03 Apr 2006
  2 Mohammad Asif 12.0 6 27 5 3 v Sri Lanka Kandy 03 Apr 2006
                     
24 1 Saeed Ajmal 33.0 14 69 5 1 v West Indies Providence 12 May 2011
  2 Saeed Ajmal 23.5 6 42 6 3 v West Indies Providence 12 May 2011
                     
25 1 Mohammad Abbas 12.4 4 33 5 2 v Australia Abu Dhabi 16 Oct 2018
  2 Mohammad Abbas 17.0 2 62 5 4 v Australia Abu Dhabi 16 Oct 2018

Mohammad Abbas of Pakistan captured five wickets in both innings of the just concluded test against Australia at Abu Dhabi to provide the fourth occasion of a Pakistan bowler capturing five or more wickets in both innings of a test against Australia. The match figures of bowlers who have performed such a feat are tabulated below

No Player Overs BPO M Runs W Opposition Ground Start Date
1 Fazal Mahmood 75.0 6 28 114 13 v Australia Karachi 11 Oct 1956
2 Imran Khan 45.7 8 9 165 12 v Australia Sydney 14 Jan 1977
3 Wasim Akram 71.4 6 21 160 11 v Australia Melbourne 12 Jan 1990
4 Mohammad Abbas 29.4 6 6 095 10 v Australia Abu Dhabi 16 Oct 2018

Mohammad Abbas of Pakistan captured five wickets in both innings of the just concluded test against Australia at Abu Dhabi to provide the fourth occasion of a Pakistan bowler capturing five or more wickets in both innings of a test against Australia. The innings figures of bowlers who have performed such a feat are tabulated below

No No Player Overs M Runs W Inns Opposition Ground Start Date
1 1 Fazal Mahmood 27.0 11 34 6 1 v Australia Karachi 11 Oct 1956
  2 Fazal Mahmood 48.0 17 80 7 3 v Australia Karachi 11 Oct 1956
                     
2 1 Imran Khan 26.0×8 6 102 6 1 v Australia Sydney 14 Jan 1977
  2 Imran Khan 19.7×8 3 63 6 3 v Australia Sydney 14 Jan 1977
                     
3 1 Wasim Akram 30.0 9 62 6 1 v Australia Melbourne 12 Jan 1990
  2 Wasim Akram 41.4 12 98 5 3 v Australia Melbourne 12 Jan 1990
                     
4 1 Mohammad Abbas 12.4 4 33 5 2 v Australia Abu Dhabi 16 Oct 2018
  2 Mohammad Abbas 17.0 2 62 5 4 v Australia Abu Dhabi 16 Oct 2018

 

 

Teams winning a test by 300 plus runs – Pakistan posts its test win by largest margin of runs

Pakistan won the just concluded Abu Dhabi test against Australia by 373 runs to provide the 61st occasion of a team winning a test by 300 plus runs margin. All such occasions are tabulated below.

No Team Result Margin Opposition Ground Start Date
1 England won 675 runs v Australia Brisbane 30 Nov 1928
2 Australia won 562 runs v England The Oval 18 Aug 1934
3 Australia won 530 runs v South Africa Melbourne 17 Feb 1911
4 South Africa won 492 runs v Australia Johannesburg 30 Mar 2018
5 Australia won 491 runs v Pakistan Perth 16 Dec 2004
6 Sri Lanka won 465 runs v Bangladesh Chittagong 03 Jan 2009
7 West Indies won 425 runs v England Manchester 08 Jul 1976
8 Australia won 409 runs v England Lord’s 24 Jun 1948
9 West Indies won 408 runs v Australia Adelaide 26 Jan 1980
0 Australia won 405 runs v England Lord’s 16 Jul 2015
11 Australia won 384 runs v England Brisbane 07 Nov 2002
12 Australia won 382 runs v England Adelaide 11 Jan 1895
13 Australia won 382 runs v West Indies Sydney 14 Feb 1969
14 Australia won 381 runs v England Brisbane 21 Nov 2013
15 Australia won 379 runs v West Indies Brisbane 03 Nov 2005
16 Australia won 377 runs v England Sydney 17 Dec 1920
17 Pakistan won 373 runs v Australia Abu Dhabi 16 Oct 2018
18 Australia won 365 runs v England Melbourne 01 Jan 1937
19 South Africa won 358 runs v New Zealand Johannesburg 08 Nov 2007
20 Pakistan won 356 runs v Australia Abu Dhabi 30 Oct 2014
21 South Africa won 356 runs v England Lord’s 21 Jul 1994
22 England won 354 runs v Pakistan Nottingham 29 Jul 2010
23 Australia won 352 runs v West Indies Melbourne 26 Dec 2000
24 South Africa won 351 runs v West Indies Centurion 15 Jan 1999
25 Australia won 348 runs v Pakistan Melbourne 01 Jan 1977
26 England won 347 runs v Australia Lord’s 18 Jul 2013
27 West Indies won 343 runs v Australia Bridgetown 19 Apr 1991
28 Australia won 342 runs v India Nagpur 26 Oct 2004
29 Pakistan won 341 runs v India Karachi 29 Jan 2006
30 South Africa won 340 runs v England Nottingham 14 Jul 2017
31 England won 338 runs v Australia Adelaide 13 Jan 1933
32 Australia won 337 runs v India Melbourne 26 Dec 2007
33 India won 337 runs v South Africa Delhi 03 Dec 2015
34 Zimbabwe won 335 runs v Bangladesh Harare 17 Apr 2013
35 Australia won 333 runs v India Pune 23 Feb 2017
36 South Africa won 333 runs v Bangladesh Potchefstroom 28 Sep 2017
37 England won 330 runs v Pakistan Manchester 22 Jul 2016
38 Australia won 329 runs v England Perth 03 Feb 1995
39 England won 329 runs v Bangladesh Chittagong 29 Oct 2003
40 South Africa won 329 runs v India Kolkata 27 Nov 1996
41 Pakistan won 328 runs v Bangladesh Dhaka 06 May 2015
42 South Africa won 328 runs v India Durban 26 Dec 1996
43 West Indies won 326 runs v England Lord’s 24 Jun 1950
44 South Africa won 324 runs v Pakistan Johannesburg 19 Jan 1995
45 South Africa won 323 runs v Australia Port Elizabeth 05 Mar 1970
46 England won 322 runs v Australia Brisbane 04 Dec 1936
47 South Africa won 322 runs v Australia Cape Town 22 Mar 2018
48 India won 321 runs v New Zealand Indore 08 Oct 2016
49 India won 320 runs v Australia Mohali 17 Oct 2008
50 England won 319 runs v India Nottingham 29 Jul 2011
51 Sri Lanka won 315 runs v Zimbabwe Galle 12 Jan 2002
52 Sri Lanka won 313 runs v South Africa Colombo (SSC) 11 Aug 2004
53 Australia won 312 runs v West Indies Port of Spain 05 Mar 1999
54 England won 312 runs v South Africa Cape Town 01 Jan 1957
55 South Africa won 309 runs v Australia Perth 30 Nov 2012
56 Australia won 308 runs v England Melbourne 07 Feb 1908
57 Australia won 307 runs v England Sydney 27 Feb 1925
58 South Africa won 307 runs v Australia Johannesburg 19 Feb 1970
59 India won 304 runs v Sri Lanka Galle 26 Jul 2017
60 Pakistan won 301 runs v Sri Lanka Colombo (PSS) 09 Aug 1994
62 Australia won 300 runs v India Perth 01 Feb 1992

Pakistan won the just concluded Abu Dhabi test against Australia by 373 runs to provide the 14th occasion of a team winning a test against Australia by 300 plus runs margin. All such occasions are tabulated below.

No   Result Margin Opposition Ground Start Date
1 England won 675 runs v Australia Brisbane 30 Nov 1928
2 South Africa won 492 runs v Australia Johannesburg 30 Mar 2018
3 West Indies won 408 runs v Australia Adelaide 26 Jan 1980
4 Pakistan won 373 runs v Australia Abu Dhabi 16 Oct 2018
5 Pakistan won 356 runs v Australia Abu Dhabi 30 Oct 2014
6 England won 347 runs v Australia Lord’s 18 Jul 2013
7 West Indies won 343 runs v Australia Bridgetown 19 Apr 1991
8 England won 338 runs v Australia Adelaide 13 Jan 1933
9 South Africa won 323 runs v Australia Port Elizabeth 05 Mar 1970
10 England won 322 runs v Australia Brisbane 04 Dec 1936
11 South Africa won 322 runs v Australia Cape Town 22 Mar 2018
12 India won 320 runs v Australia Mohali 17 Oct 2008
13 South Africa won 309 runs v Australia Perth 30 Nov 2012
14 South Africa won 307 runs v Australia Johannesburg 19 Feb 1970

Pakistan won the just concluded Abu Dhabi test against Australia by 373 runs to provide the 61st occasion of a team winning a test by 300 plus runs margin. All such occasions are tabulated below.

No Team Result Margin Opposition Ground Start Date
17 Pakistan won 373 runs v Australia Abu Dhabi 16 Oct 2018
20 Pakistan won 356 runs v Australia Abu Dhabi 30 Oct 2014
29 Pakistan won 341 runs v India Karachi 29 Jan 2006
41 Pakistan won 328 runs v Bangladesh Dhaka 06 May 2015
60 Pakistan won 301 runs v Sri Lanka Colombo (PSS) 09 Aug 1994

Pakistan won the just concluded Abu Dhabi test against Australia by 373 runs to provide Pakistan’s largest victory by runs margin. Its previous best win by runs margin was also against Australia at the same venue – Abu Dhabi – by 356 runs in Oct 2014.  Both such occasions are tabulated below.

No Team Result Margin Opposition Ground Start Date
1 Pakistan won 373 runs v Australia Abu Dhabi 16 Oct 2018
2 Pakistan won 356 runs v Australia Abu Dhabi 30 Oct 2014

 

Pakistan bowlers who have captured ten or more wickets in a test match

Mohammad Abbas of Pakistan returned with figures of 10 for 95 in the just concluded test against Australia at Abu Dhabi to provide the 51st occasion of a Pakistan bowler capturing ten o more wickets in a test match. All such occasions are tabulated below.

No Player Overs M Runs W Opposition Ground Start Date
1 Fazal Mahmood 51.4 19 94 12 v India Lucknow 23 Oct 1952
2 Fazal Mahmood 60.0 27 99 12 v England The Oval 12 Aug 1954
3 Zulfiqar Ahmed 83.5 40 79 11 v New Zealand Karachi 13 Oct 1955
4 Fazal Mahmood 75.0 28 114 13 v Australia Karachi 11 Oct 1956
5 Fazal Mahmood 45.3 19 100 12 v West Indies Dhaka 06 Mar 1959
6 Intikhab Alam 95.4 39 182 10 v New Zealand Dhaka 08 Nov 1969
7 Intikhab Alam 39.4×8 5 130 11 v New Zealand Dunedin 07 Feb 1973
8 Imran Khan 45.7×8 9 165 12 v Australia Sydney 14 Jan 1977
9 Sarfraz Nawaz 57.2×8 13 125 11 v Australia Melbourne 10 Mar 1979
0 Sikander Bakht 59.0 10 190 11 v India Delhi 04 Dec 1979
11 Iqbal Qasim 72.5 29 175 10 v India Mumbai 16 Dec 1979
12 Iqbal Qasim 72.0 34 118 11 v Australia Karachi 27 Feb 1980
13 Imran Khan 52.2 11 116 14 v Sri Lanka Lahore 22 Mar 1982
14 Abdul Qadir 92.5 26 218 11 v Australia Faisalabad 30 Sep 1982
15 Imran Khan 32.2 10 79 11 v India Karachi 23 Dec 1982
16 Imran Khan 55.5 15 180 11 v India Faisalabad 03 Jan 1983
17 Abdul Qadir 72.0 12 194 10 v England Lahore 19 Mar 1984
18 Wasim Akram 59.0 17 128 10 v New Zealand Dunedin 9 Feb 1985
19 Imran Khan 38.1 8 77 10 v England Leeds 02 Jul 1987
20 Abdul Qadir 97.4 36 211 10 v England The Oval 06 Aug 1987
21 Abdul Qadir 73.0 27 101 13 v England Lahore 25 Nov 1987
22 Abdul Qadir 104.4 31 186 10 v England Karachi 16 Dec 1987
23 Imran Khan 37.2 2 121 11 v West Indies Georgetown 02 Apr 1988
24 Wasim Akram 71.4 21 160 11 v Australia Melbourne 12 Jan 1990
25 Waqar Younis 52.5 17 106 10 v New Zealand Lahore 18 Oct 1990
26 Waqar Younis 54.1 22 130 12 v New Zealand Faisalabad 26 Oct 1990
27 Waqar Younis 56.0 15 135 13 v Zimbabwe Karachi 01 Dec 1993
28 Wasim Akram 61.0 17 179 11 v New Zealand Wellington 17 Feb 1994
29 Waqar Younis 32.0 5 119 11 v Sri Lanka Kandy 26 Aug 1994
30 Mushtaq Ahmed 65.2 17 171 10 v New Zealand Christchurch 08 Dec 1995
31 Wasim Akram 38.4 12 106 10 v Zimbabwe Faisalabad 24 Oct 1996
32 Mushtaq Ahmed 54.1 12 143 10 v New Zealand Lahore 21 Nov 1996
33 Mohammad Zahid 41.0 8 130 11 v New Zealand Rawalpindi 28 Nov 1996
34 Mushtaq Ahmed 41.3 12 106 10 v West Indies Peshawar 17 Nov 1997
35 Waqar Younis 40.4 10 133 10 v South Africa Port Elizabeth 06 Mar 1998
36 Saqlain Mushtaq 67.2 16 187 10 v India Chennai 28 Jan 1999
37 Saqlain Mushtaq 82.3 22 216 10 v India Delhi 04 Feb 1999
38 Wasim Akram 56.2 19 110 11 v West Indies St John’s 25 May 2000
39 Danish Kaneria 28.0 6 94 12 v Bangladesh Multan 29 Aug 2001
40 Saqlain Mushtaq 63.5 11 155 10 v Zimbabwe Bulawayo 16 Nov 2002
41 Shoaib Akhtar 34.5 6 80 10 v Bangladesh Peshawar 27 Aug 2003
42 Shoaib Akhtar 38.3 8 78 11 v New Zealand Wellington 26 Dec 2003
43 Danish Kaneria 83.0 23 190 10 v Sri Lanka Karachi 28 Oct 2004
44 Mohammad Asif 35.0 13 71 11 v Sri Lanka Kandy 03 Apr 2006
45 Saeed Ajmal 56.5 20 111 11 v West Indies Providence 12 May 2011
46 Saeed Ajmal 42.0 11 97 10 v England Dubai (DSC) 17 Jan 2012
47 Saeed Ajmal 60.1 11 147 10 v South Africa Cape Town 14 Feb 2013
48 Saeed Ajmal 49.1 9 118 11 v Zimbabwe Harare 03 Sep 2013
49 Yasir Shah 60.0 15 141 10 v England Lord’s 14 Jul 2016
50 Yasir Shah 67.4 11 210 10 v West Indies Abu Dhabi 21 Oct 2016
51 Mohammad Abbas 29.4 6 95 10 v Australia Abu Dhabi 16 Oct 2018

Mohammad Abbas of Pakistan returned with figures of 10 for 95 in the just concluded test against Australia at Abu Dhabi to provide the seventh occasion of a Pakistan bowler capturing ten o more wickets in a test match against Australia. All such occasions are tabulated below.

No Player Overs M Runs W Opposition Ground Start Date
1 Fazal Mahmood 75.0 28 114 13 v Australia Karachi 11 Oct 1956
2 Imran Khan 45.7×8 9 165 12 v Australia Sydney 14 Jan 1977
3 Sarfraz Nawaz 57.2×8 13 125 11 v Australia Melbourne 10 Mar 1979
4 Iqbal Qasim 72.0 34 118 11 v Australia Karachi 27 Feb 1980
5 Abdul Qadir 92.5 26 218 11 v Australia Faisalabad 30 Sep 1982
6 Wasim Akram 71.4 21 160 11 v Australia Melbourne 12 Jan 1990
7 Mohammad Abbas 29.4 6 95 10 v Australia Abu Dhabi 16 Oct 2018

Wicket keepers and captain wicket keepers scoring half centuries in both innings of a test of which one is a ninety

Sarfraz Ahmed of Pakistan scored 94 and 81 against Australia in the ongoing test at Abu Dhabi to provide the seventh occasion of a wicket keeper batsman scoring half-centuries in both innings of a test of which one is a ninety in the annals of test cricket. All such occasions are tabulated below 

No Player FI SI Team Opp Ground Start Date
1 RT Spooner 71 92 Eng Ind Kolkata 30 Dec 1951
2 APE Knott 92 63 Eng Aus The Oval 10 Aug 1972
3 MS Dhoni 92 68* Ind Aus Mohali 17 Oct 2008
4 Mushfiqur Rahim 79 95 Ban Eng Chittagong 12 Mar 2010
5 Mushfiqur Rahim 60 93 Ban Zim Harare 25 Apr 2013
6 BJ Haddin 94 53 Aus Eng Brisbane 21 Nov 2013
7 Sarfraz Ahmed 94 81 Pak Aus Abu Dhabi 16 Oct 2018

Sarfraz Ahmed of Pakistan scored 94 and 81 against Australia in the ongoing test at Abu Dhabi to provide the third occasion of a wicket keeper batsman scoring half-centuries in both innings of a test of which one is a ninety against Australia in the annals of test cricket. All the three occasions are tabulated below 

No Player FI SI Team Opp Ground Start Date
1 APE Knott 92 63 Eng Aus The Oval 10 Aug 1972
2 MS Dhoni 92 68* Ind Aus Mohali 17 Oct 2008
3 Sarfraz Ahmed 94 81 Pak Aus Abu Dhabi 16 Oct 2018

Mushfiqur Rahim of Bangladesh remains the only wicket keeper batsman to score half-centuries in both innings of a test of which one is a ninety on two occasions. Both such occasions are tabulated below

No Player FI SI Team Opp Ground Start Date
1 Mushfiqur Rahim 79 95 Ban Eng Chittagong 12 Mar 2010
2 Mushfiqur Rahim 60 93 Ban Zim Harare 25 Apr 2013

 

MS Dhoni of India, Mushfiqur Rahim of Bangladesh and Sarfraz Ahmed of Pakistan are the only three captain wicketkeepers to score half-centuries in both innings of a test of which one is a ninety in the annals of test cricket.  The last named – Sarfraz Ahmed of Pakistan – achieving such a feat in the ongoing test against Australia at Abu Dhabi by scoring 94 and 81.

No Player FI SI Team Opp Ground Start Date
1 MS Dhoni 92 68* Ind Aus Mohali 17 Oct 2008
2 Mushfiqur Rahim 60 93 Ban Zim Harare 25 Apr 2013
3 Sarfraz Ahmed 94 81 Pak Aus Abu Dhabi 16 Oct 2018

 

Captains scoring half centuries in both innings of a test of which one is a ninety – Sarfraz Ahmed of Pakistan joins the elite list

Sarfraz Ahmed of Pakistan scored 94 and 81 against Australia in the ongoing test at Abu Dhabi to provide the 12th occasion of a captain scoring half centuries in both innings of a test of which one is a ninety in the annals of test cricket. All such occasions are tabulated below 

No Player FI SI Team Opp Ground Start Date
1 RK Nunes 66 92 Win Eng Kingston 03 Apr 1930
2 ER Dexter 70 99 Eng Aus Brisbane 30 Nov 1962
3 ER Dexter 93 52 Eng Aus Melbourne 29 Dec 1962
4 GS Sobers 95 74* Win Ind Chennai 13 Jan 1967
5 KJ Hughes 92 64* Aus Ind Kolkata 26 Oct 1979
6 SC Ganguly 68 99 Ind Ent Nottingham 08 Aug 2002
7 Habibul Bashar 94 55 Ban Zim Chittagong 06 Jan 2005
8 MS Dhoni 92 68* Ind Aus Mohali 17 Oct 2008
9 Misbah-ul-Haq 99 70* Pak NZl Wellington 15 Jan 2011
10 Mushfiqur Rahim 60 93 Ban Zim Harare 25 Apr 2013
11 AN Cook 95 70* Eng Ind Southampton 27 Jul 2014
12 Sarfraz Ahmed 94 81 Pak Aus Abu Dhabi 16 Oct 2018

Sarfraz Ahmed became the second Pakistan captain to achieve such a feat after Misbah-ul-Haq. Misbah-ul-Haq had scored 99 and 70 not out against New Zealand at Wellington in Jan 2011. Both the occasions are tabulated below

No Player FI SI Team Opp Ground Start Date
1 Misbah-ul-Haq 99 70* Pak NZl Wellington 15 Jan 2011
2 Sarfraz Ahmed 94 81 Pak Aus Abu Dhabi 16 Oct 2018

Sarfraz Ahmed became the second third captain to achieve such a feat after ER Dexter and MS Dhoni. His feat provides the fourth occasion. All such occasions are tabulated below

No Player FI SI Team Opp Ground Start Date
1 ER Dexter 70 99 Eng Aus Brisbane 30 Nov 1962
2 ER Dexter 93 52 Eng Aus Melbourne 29 Dec 1962
3 MS Dhoni 92 68* Ind Aus Mohali 17 Oct 2008
4 Sarfraz Ahmed 94 81 Pak Aus Abu Dhabi 16 Oct 2018

ER Dexter of England remains the only captain to achieve such a feat on two occasions. Both the occasions are tabulated below. He remains the only captain to achieve such a feat against the same opposition – Australia – on two occasions.

No Player FI SI Team Opp Ground Start Date
1 ER Dexter 70 99 Eng Aus Brisbane 30 Nov 1962
2 ER Dexter 93 52 Eng Aus Melbourne 29 Dec 1962

Three or more nineties in a test match

The ongoing Abu Dhabi test between Australia and Pakistan witnessed three batsmen scoring nineties – Fakhar Zaman {94}, Sarfraz Ahmed {94} and Babar Azam {99} – to provide the 17th occasion of a test match witnessing three or more batsmen scoring nineties in the annals of test cricket. All such occasions are tabulated below.

No Team-1 Team-2 Ground Start Date 90s
1 Australia England Adelaide 17 Jan 1902 3
2 West Indies England Port of Spain 24 Jan 1935 3
3 India West Indies Delhi 06 Feb 1959 3
4 South Africa England Johannesburg 22 Jan 1965 3
5 England West Indies Nottingham 30 Jun 1966 3
6 Pakistan England Karachi 24 Mar 1973 3
7 India West Indies Mumbai 23 Jan 1975 3
8 Sri Lanka Australia Kandy 22 Apr 1983 3
9 India Pakistan Chennai 03 Feb 1987 3
10 Pakistan England Karachi 16 Dec 1987 3
11 New Zealand England Christchurch 18 Jan 1992 4
12 England West Indies The Oval 24 Aug 1995 4
13 England India Nottingham 08 Aug 2002 3
14 India Australia Nagpur 26 Oct 2004 3
15 Pakistan England Lahore 29 Nov 2005 3
16 England Pakistan The Oval 17 Aug 2006 3
17 Australia Pakistan Abu Dhabi 16 Oct 2018 3

It also provides the fourth occasion of Pakistan being one of the teams involved. All such occasions are tabulated below

No Team-1 Team-2 Ground Start Date 90s
1 India Pakistan Chennai 03 Feb 1987 3
2 Pakistan England Karachi 16 Dec 1987 3
3 England Pakistan The Oval 17 Aug 2006 3
4 Australia Pakistan Abu Dhabi 16 Oct 2018 3

It also provides the fourth occasion of Australia being one of the teams involved.  All such occasions are tabulated below

No Team-1 Team-2 Ground Start Date 90s
1 Australia England Adelaide 17 Jan 1902 3
2 Sri Lanka Australia Kandy 22 Apr 1983 3
3 India Australia Nagpur 26 Oct 2004 3
4 Australia Pakistan Abu Dhabi 16 Oct 2018 3

 

Pakistan batsmen scoring ninety nine in a test innings

Babar Azam of Pakistan scored 99 in Pakistan’s second innings against Australia in the ongoing test at Abu Dhabi to provide the 92nd occasion of a batsman scoring 99 in the annals of test cricket. It also provides the 13th occasion of a Pakistan batsman scoring 99 in test innings. All such occasions are tabulated below.

No Player Runs Inns Team Opp Ground Start Date
1 Maqsood Ahmed 99 1 Pak Ind Lahore 29 Jan 1955
2 Majid Khan 99 1 Pak Eng Karachi 24 Mar 1973
3 Mushtaq Mohammad 99 1 Pak Eng Karachi 24 Mar 1973
4 Javed Miandad 99 2 Pak Ind Bengaluru 14 Sep 1983
5 Saleem Malik 99 2 Pak Eng Leeds 02 Jul 1987
6 Saleem Malik 99 2 Pak SAF Johannesburg 19 Jan 1995
7 Aamer Sohail 99 3 Pak Aus Brisbane 09 Nov 1995
8 Inzamam-ul-Haq 99 3 Pak Srl Lahore 06 Mar 2002
9 Asim Kamal 99 2 Pak SAF Lahore 17 Oct 2003
10 Misbah-ul-Haq 99 2 Pak NZl Wellington 15 Jan 2011
11 Misbah-ul-Haq 99* 2 Pak Win Kingston 21 Apr 2017
12 Misbah-ul-Haq 99 2 Pak Win Bridgetown 30 Apr 2017
13 Babar Azam 99 3 Pak Aus Abu Dhabi 16 Oct 2018

It also provides the 14th occasion of a batsman scoring 99 in a test innings against Australia. All such occasions are tabulated below. It also provides the first occasion of a Pakistan batsman scoring 99 in a test innings against Australia.

No Player Runs Inns Team Opp Ground Start Date
1 E Paynter 99 1 Eng Aus Lord’s 24 Jun 1938
2 P Roy 99 3 Ind Aus Delhi 12 Dec 1959
3 ER Dexter 99 4 Eng Aus Brisbane 30 Nov 1962
4 AL Wadekar 99 3 Ind Aus Melbourne 30 Dec 1967
5 G Boycott 99* 4 Eng Aus Perth 14 Dec 1979
6 GA Gooch 99 1 Eng Aus Melbourne 01 Feb 1980
7 JG Wright 99 1 NZl Aus Melbourne 26 Dec 1987
8 RB Richardson 99 3 Win Aus Bridgetown 19 Apr 1991
9 MA Atherton 99 3 Eng Aus Lord’s 17 Jun 1993
10 Aamer Sohail 99 3 Pak Aus Brisbane 09 Nov 1995
11 JH Kallis 99 3 SAF Aus Melbourne 26 Dec 2001
12 ND McKenzie 99 3 SAF Aus Cape Town 08 Mar 2002
13 M Vijay 99 4 Ind Aus Adelaide 09 Dec 2014
14 Babar Azam 99 3 Pak Aus Abu Dhabi 16 Oct 2018

 

 

Pakistan declaring its third innings closed after posting 400 plus runs

Pakistan declared its third innings closed with the score reading 400 for 9 to provide the 86th occasion of a team declaring its third innings after posting 400 plus runs in the annals of test cricket. It also provides the eighth occasion of Pakistan declaring its third innings closed after posting 400 plus runs. All such occasions are tabulated below

No Team Score Overs Inns Opposition Ground Start Date
1 Pakistan 657/8d 319.0 3 v West Indies Bridgetown 17 Jan 1958
2 Pakistan 419/9d 153.4 3 v West Indies Bridgetown 18 May 2000
3 Pakistan 496/9d 144.0 3 v India Mohali 08 Mar 2005
4 Pakistan 490/8d 116.4 3 v India Faisalabad 21 Jan 2006
5 Pakistan 599/7d 140.1 3 v India Karachi 29 Jan 2006
6 Pakistan 425/9d 123.0 3 v Sri Lanka Colombo (SSC) 20 Jul 2009
7 Pakistan 419/9d 149.3 3 v Zimbabwe Harare 03 Sep 2013
8 Pakistan 400/9d 120.0 3 v Australia Abu Dhabi 16 Oct 2018

It also provides the 14th occasion of a team declaring its third innings closed after posting 400 plus runs against Australia. All such occasions are tabulated below

No Team Score Overs Inns Opposition Ground Start Date
1 England 426/5d 153.0 3 v Australia Nottingham 29 May 1905
2 South Africa 472/8d 195.0 3 v Australia Johannesburg 12 Nov 1921
3 West Indies 432/6d 92.0×8 3 v Australia Adelaide 27 Jan 1961
4 South Africa 470/8d 121.2 3 v Australia Port Elizabeth 05 Mar 1970
5 England 436/7d 147.4 3 v Australia Lord’s 31 Jul 1975
6 West Indies 536/9d 162.3 3 v Australia Bridgetown 19 Apr 1991
7 England 422/6d 155.0 3 v Australia Nottingham 01 Jul 1993
8 South Africa 450/9d 159.5 3 v Australia Johannesburg 04 Mar 1994
9 India 418/4d 107.0 3 v Australia Chennai 06 Mar 1998
10 India 657/7d 178.0 3 v Australia Kolkata 11 Mar 2001
11 England 452/9d 125.3 3 v Australia Sydney 02 Jan 2003
12 England 517/1d 152.0 3 v Australia Brisbane 25 Nov 2010
13 South Africa 540/8d 160.1 3 v Australia Perth 03 Nov 2016
14 Pakistan 400/9d 120.0 3 v Australia Abu Dhabi 16 Oct 2018

Pakistan batsmen dismissed run out after scoring a fifty in a test innings

Azhar Ali of Pakistan was dismissed run out for 64 in Pakistan’s second innings in the ongoing test against Australia at Abu Dhabi to provide the 50th occasion of a Pakistan batsman dismissed run out after scoring a fifty in test innings. All such occasions are tabulated below.

No Player Runs Inns Opposition Ground Start Date
1 Imtiaz Ahmed 55 1 v India Lahore 29 Jan 1955
2 Saeed Ahmed 78 2 v West Indies Karachi 20 Feb 1959
3 DA Sharpe 56 1 v Australia Dhaka 13 Nov 1959
4 Hanif Mohammad 160 1 v India Mumbai (BS) 02 Dec 1960
5 Javed Burki 79 1 v India Kanpur 16 Dec 1960
6 Mushtaq Mohammad 76 1 v England Lahore 21 Oct 1961
7 Abdul Kadir 95 1 v Australia Karachi 24 Oct 1964
8 Shafqat Rana 65 2 v New Zealand Dhaka 08 Nov 1969
9 Zaheer Abbas 51 2 v Australia Melbourne 29 Dec 1972
10 Mushtaq Mohammad 99 1 v England Karachi 24 Mar 1973
11 Mushtaq Mohammad 101 1 v New Zealand Hyd-Pak 23 Oct 1976
12 Majid Khan 50 3 v New Zealand Karachi 30 Oct 1976
13 Mushtaq Mohammad 67 2 v India Lahore 27 Oct 1978
14 Majid Khan 56 1 v India Chennai 15 Jan 1980
15 Haroon Rasheed 153 1 v Sri Lanka Karachi 05 Mar 1982
16 Javed Miandad 76 2 v West Indies Karachi 20 Nov 1986
17 Javed Miandad 94 1 v India Chennai 03 Feb 1987
18 Imran Khan 118 1 v England The Oval 06 Aug 1987
19 Shoaib Mohammad 112 1 v New Zealand Auckland 24 Feb 1989
20 Asif Mujtaba 50 2 v England The Oval 06 Aug 1992
21 Saeed Anwar 169 2 v New Zealand Wellington 17 Feb 1994
22 Basit Ali 67 3 v New Zealand Christchurch 24 Feb 1994
23 Saleem Malik 58 2 v Sri Lanka Col- (RPS) 19 Apr 1997
24 Saqlain Mushtaq 58 2 v Sri Lanka Col- (RPS) 19 Apr 1997
25 Wajahatullah Wasti 133 1 v Sri Lanka Lahore 04 Mar 1999
26 Moin Khan 61 1 v Australia Brisbane 05 Nov 1999
27 Inzamam-ul-Haq 86 1 v Sri Lanka Karachi 12 Mar 2000
28 Rashid Latif 71 1 v England Manchester 31 May 2001
29 Mohammad Yousuf 72 2 v Bangladesh Dhaka 09 Jan 2002
30 Salman Butt 70 1 v Australia Melbourne 26 Dec 2004
31 Inzamam-ul-Haq 109 1 v England Faisalabad 20 Nov 2005
32 Inzamam-ul-Haq 97 2 v England Lahore 29 Nov 2005
33 Younis Khan 199 1 v India Lahore 13 Jan 2006
34 Mohammad Yousuf 126 3 v India Faisalabad 21 Jan 2006
35 Younis Khan 173 2 v England Leeds 04 Aug 2006
36 Imran Farhat 76 3 v West Indies Multan 19 Nov 2006
37 Misbah-ul-Haq 82 1 v India Delhi 22 Nov 2007
38 Shoaib Malik 56 2 v Sri Lanka Karachi 21 Feb 2009
39 Mohammad Yousuf 112 2 v Sri Lanka Galle 04 Jul 2009
40 Mohammad Yousuf 90 1 v Sri Lanka Col- (SSC) 20 Jul 2009
41 Azhar Ali 67 1 v West Indies Basseterre 20 May 2011
42 Taufeeq Umar 135 3 v West Indies Basseterre 20 May 2011
42 Taufeeq Umar 236 2 v Sri Lanka Abu Dhabi 18 Oct 2011
44 Adnan Akmal 64 3 v Zimbabwe Harare 03 Sep 2013
45 Khurram Manzoor 51 2 v Zimbabwe Harare 10 Sep 2013
46 Sami Aslam 82 2 v England Birmingham 03 Aug 2016
47 Sohail Khan 65 1 v Australia Melbourne 26 Dec 2016
48 Azhar Ali 71 2 v Australia Sydney 03 Jan 2017
49 Babar Azam 59 4 v Ireland Dublin (M) 11 May 2018
50 Azhar Ali 64 3 v Australia Abu Dhabi 16 Oct 2018

Azhar Ali of Pakistan was dismissed run out for 64 in Pakistan’s second innings in the ongoing test against Australia at Abu Dhabi to  provide  the eighth occasion of a Pakistan batsman dismissed run out after scoring a fifty in a test innings against Australia. All such occasions are tabulated below.

No Player Runs Inns Opposition Ground Start Date
1 DA Sharpe 56 1 v Australia Dhaka 13 Nov 1959
2 Abdul Kadir 95 1 v Australia Karachi 24 Oct 1964
3 Zaheer Abbas 51 2 v Australia Melbourne 29 Dec 1972
4 Moin Khan 61 1 v Australia Brisbane 05 Nov 1999
5 Salman Butt 70 1 v Australia Melbourne 26 Dec 2004
6 Sohail Khan 65 1 v Australia Melbourne 26 Dec 2016
7 Azhar Ali 71 2 v Australia Sydney 03 Jan 2017
8 Azhar Ali 64 3 v Australia Abu Dhabi 16 Oct 2018

Azhar Ali. Mushtaq Mohammad, Inzamam-ul-Haq and Mohammad Yousuf are the four Pakistan batsmen who are dismissed run out after scoring a fifty against the same opposition on two occasions. All such occasions are tabulated below.

No Player Runs Inns Opposition Ground Start Date
1 Azhar Ali 71 2 v Australia Sydney 03 Jan 2017
2 Azhar Ali 64 3 v Australia Abu Dhabi 16 Oct 2018
             
1 Mushtaq Mohammad 76 1 v England Lahore 21 Oct 1961
2 Mushtaq Mohammad 99 1 v England Karachi 24 Mar 1973
             
1 Inzamam-ul-Haq 109 1 v England Faisalabad 20 Nov 2005
2 Inzamam-ul-Haq 97 2 v England Lahore 29 Nov 2005
             
1 Mohammad Yousuf 112 2 v Sri Lanka Galle 04 Jul 2009
2 Mohammad Yousuf 90 1 v Sri Lanka Col- (SSC) 20 Jul 2009

Azhar Ali {03}, Inzamam-ul-Haq {03}, Mohammad Yousuf {04} and Mushtaq Mohammad {04} are the four  Pakistan batsmen who have been dismissed run out after scoring a fifty on three or more occasions. All such occasions are tabulated below.

No Player Runs Inns Opposition Ground Start Date
1 Azhar Ali 67 1 v West Indies Basseterre 20 May 2011
2 Azhar Ali 71 2 v Australia Sydney 03 Jan 2017
3 Azhar Ali 64 3 v Australia Abu Dhabi 16 Oct 2018
             
1 Inzamam-ul-Haq 86 1 v Sri Lanka Karachi 12 Mar 2000
2 Inzamam-ul-Haq 109 1 v England Faisalabad 20 Nov 2005
3 Inzamam-ul-Haq 97 2 v England Lahore 29 Nov 2005
             
1 Mohammad Yousuf 72 2 v Bangladesh Dhaka 09 Jan 2002
2 Mohammad Yousuf 126 3 v India Faisalabad 21 Jan 2006
3 Mohammad Yousuf 112 2 v Sri Lanka Galle 04 Jul 2009
4 Mohammad Yousuf 90 1 v Sri Lanka Col- (SSC) 20 Jul 2009
             
1 Mushtaq Mohammad 76 1 v England Lahore 21 Oct 1961
2 Mushtaq Mohammad 99 1 v England Karachi 24 Mar 1973
3 Mushtaq Mohammad 101 1 v New Zealand Hyd-Pak 23 Oct 1976
4 Mushtaq Mohammad 67 2 v India Lahore 27 Oct 1978

 

Batsmen scoring fifties in both innings of a test on debut

Fakhar Zaman of Pakistan scored 94 and 66 against Australia in the ongoing test at Abu Dhabi to become the 39th batsman in the annals of test cricket to score fifties in both innings on test debut. The performance of all these 39 batsmen are detailed below

No Player FI SI Team Opp Ground Start Date
1 KS Ranjitsinhji 62 154* Eng Aus Manchester 16 Jul 1896
2 G Gunn 119 74 Eng Aus Sydney 13 Dec 1907
3 HL Collins 70 104 Aus Eng Sydney 17 Dec 1920
4 B Mitchell 88 61* SAF Eng Birmingham 15 Jun 1929
5 FI de Caires 80 70 Win Eng Bridgetown 11 Jan 1930
6 GC Grant 53* 71* Win Aus Adelaide 12 Dec 1930
7 Dilawar Hussain 59 57 Ind Eng Kolkata 05 Jan 1934
8 WM Wallace 52 56 NZl Eng Lord’s 26 Jun 1937
9 PA Gibb 93 106 Eng SAF Johannesburg 24 Dec 1938
10 CJ Poole 55 69* Eng Ind Kolkata 30 Dec 1951
11 NS Harford 93 64 NZl Pak Lahore 26 Oct 1955
12 PE Richardson 81 73 Eng Aus Nottingham 07 Jun 1956
13 GT Dowling 74 58 NZl SAF Johannesburg 26 Dec 1961
14 BA Davis 54 58 Win Aus Port of Spain 26 Mar 1965
15 CH Lloyd 82 78* Win Ind Mumbai (BS) 13 Dec 1966
16 SM Gavaskar 65 67* Ind Win Port of Spain 06 Mar 1971
17 LG Rowe 214 100* Win NZl Kingston 16 Feb 1972
18 AW Greig 57 62 Eng Aus Manchester 08 Jun 1972
19 RE Redmond 107 56 NZl Pak Auckland 16 Feb 1973
20 CG Greenidge 93 107 Win Ind Bengaluru 22 Nov 1974
21 PM Toohey 82 57 Aus Ind Brisbane 02 Dec 1977
22 WM Darling 65 56 Aus Ind Adelaide 28 Jan 1978
23 S Shivnarine 53 63 Win Aus Georgetown 31 Mar 1978
24 BM Laird 92 75 Aus Win Brisbane 01 Dec 1979
25 Azhar Mahmood 128* 50* Pak SAF Rawalpindi 06 Oct 1997
26 Javed Omar 62 85* Ban Zim Bulawayo 19 Apr 2001
27 L Vincent 104 54 NZl Aus Perth 30 Nov 2001
28 SB Styris 107 69* NZl Win St George’s 28 Jun 2002
29 Yasir Hameed 170 105 Pak Ban Karachi 20 Aug 2003
30 AJ Strauss 112 83 Eng NZl Lord’s 20 May 2004
31 KP Pietersen 57 64* Eng Aus Lord’s 21 Jul 2005
32 AN Cook 60 104* Eng Ind Nagpur 01 Mar 2006
33 Tamim Iqbal 53 84 Ban NZl Dunedin 04 Jan 2008
34 Umar Akmal 129 75 Pak NZl Dunedin 24 Nov 2009
35 LD Chandimal 58 54 Srl SAF Durban 26 Dec 2011
36 F du Plessis 78 110* SAF Aus Adelaide 22 Nov 2012
27 MC Henriques 68 81* Aus Ind Chennai 22 Feb 2013
39 MDKJ Perera 55 70 Srl Ind Col- (SSC) 28 Aug 2015
30 Fakhar Zaman 94 66 Pak Aus Abu Dhabi 16 Oct 2018

Fakhar Zaman of Pakistan scored 94 and 66 against Australia in the ongoing test at Abu Dhabi to become the fourth  Pakistan batsman in the annals of test cricket to score fifties in both innings on test debut. The performance of all these four batsmen are detailed below

No Player FI SI Team Opp Ground Start Date
1 Azhar Mahmood 128* 50* Pak SAF Rawalpindi 06 Oct 1997
2 Yasir Hameed 170 105 Pak Ban Karachi 20 Aug 2003
3 Umar Akmal 129 75 Pak NZl Dunedin 24 Nov 2009
4 Fakhar Zaman 94 66 Pak Aus Abu Dhabi 16 Oct 2018

Fakhar Zaman of Pakistan scored 94 and 66 against Australia in the ongoing test at Abu Dhabi to become the eleventh batsman in the annals of test cricket to score fifties in both innings on test debut against Australia.  The performance of all these eleven batsmen is detailed below. Fakhar Zaman of Pakistan scored 94 and 66 against Australia in the ongoing test at Abu Dhabi to become the first batsman in the annals of test cricket to score fifties in both innings on test debut against Australia.

No Player FI SI Team Opp Ground Start Date
1 KS Ranjitsinhji 62 154* Eng Aus Manchester 16 Jul 1896
2 G Gunn 119 74 Eng Aus Sydney 13 Dec 1907
3 GC Grant 53* 71* Win Aus Adelaide 12 Dec 1930
4 PE Richardson 81 73 Eng Aus Nottingham 07 Jun 1956
5 BA Davis 54 58 Win Aus Port of Spain 26 Mar 1965
6 AW Greig 57 62 Eng Aus Manchester 08 Jun 1972
7 S Shivnarine 53 63 Win Aus Georgetown 31 Mar 1978
8 L Vincent 104 54 NZl Aus Perth 30 Nov 2001
9 KP Pietersen 57 64* Eng Aus Lord’s 21 Jul 2005
10 F du Plessis 78 110* SAF Aus Adelaide 22 Nov 2012
11 Fakhar Zaman 94 66 Pak Aus Abu Dhabi 16 Oct 2018

Fakhar Zaman of Pakistan scored 94 and 66 against Australia in the ongoing test at Abu Dhabi to become the fifth  batsman in the annals of test cricket to score fifties in both innings which includes a ninety on test debut. The performance of all these five batsmen are detailed below

No Player FI SI Team Opp Ground Start Date
1 PA Gibb 93 106 Eng SAF Johannesburg 24 Dec 1938
2 NS Harford 93 64 NZl Pak Lahore 26 Oct 1955
3 CG Greenidge 93 107 Win Ind Bengaluru 22 Nov 1974
4 BM Laird 92 75 Aus Win Brisbane 01 Dec 1979
5 Fakhar Zaman 94 66 Pak Aus Abu Dhabi 16 Oct 2018

Fakhar Zaman of Pakistan scored 94 and 66 against Australia in the ongoing test at Abu Dhabi to become the 17th opening batsman in the annals of test cricket to score fifties in both innings on test debut. The performance of all these 17 batsmen are detailed below. Fakhar Zaman of Pakistan scored 94 and 66 against Australia in the ongoing test at Abu Dhabi to become the first batsman in the annals of test cricket to score fifties in both innings on test debut.

No Player FI SI Team Opp Ground Start Date
1 HL Collins 70 104 Aus Eng Sydney 17 Dec 1920
2 B Mitchell 88 61* SAF Eng Birmingham 15 Jun 1929
3 PA Gibb 93 106 Eng SAF Johannesburg 24 Dec 1938
4 PE Richardson 81 73 Eng Aus Nottingham 07 Jun 1956
5 GT Dowling 74 58 NZl SAF Johannesburg 26 Dec 1961
6 BA Davis 54 58 Win Aus Port of Spain 26 Mar 1965
7 SM Gavaskar 65 67* Ind Win Port of Spain 06 Mar 1971
8 RE Redmond 107 56 NZl Pak Auckland 16 Feb 1973
9 CG Greenidge 93 107 Win Ind Bengaluru 22 Nov 1974
10 WM Darling 65 56 Aus Ind Adelaide 28 Jan 1978
11 BM Laird 92 75 Aus Win Brisbane 01 Dec 1979
12 Javed Omar 62 85* Ban Zim Bulawayo 19 Apr 2001
13 L Vincent 104 54 NZl Aus Perth 30 Nov 2001
14 AJ Strauss 112 83 Eng NZl Lord’s 20 May 2004
15 AN Cook 60 104* Eng Ind Nagpur 01 Mar 2006
16 Tamim Iqbal 53 84 Ban NZl Dunedin 04 Jan 2008
17 Fakhar Zaman 94 66 Pak Aus Abu Dhabi 16 Oct 2018

Fakhar Zaman of Pakistan scored 94 and 66 against Australia in the ongoing test at Abu Dhabi to become the fourth batsman in the annals of test cricket to score fifties in both innings which includes a ninety on test debut. The performance of all these four batsmen are detailed below

No Player FI SI Team Opp Ground Start Date
1 PA Gibb 93 106 Eng SAF Johannesburg 24 Dec 1938
2 CG Greenidge 93 107 Win Ind Bengaluru 22 Nov 1974
3 BM Laird 92 75 Aus Win Brisbane 01 Dec 1979
4 Fakhar Zaman 94 66 Pak Aus Abu Dhabi 16 Oct 2018
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