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JM Anderson’s five wickets haul in a test innings and ten wickets hauls in a test match

JM Anderson’s five wickets haul in a test innings and ten wickets hauls in a test match

The five wicket hauls captured by JM Anderson are listed below

NoOversMRunsWOppGroundStart Date
116.04735ZimLord’s22 May 2003
227.541025SAFNottingham14 Aug 2003
324.28425IndLord’s19 Jul 2007
420.04735NZlWellington13 Mar 2008
521.38437NZlNottingham05 Jun 2008
626.35875WinCh-le-St14 May 2009
724.07805AusBirmingham30 Jul 2009
821.11635SAFCape Town03 Jan 2010
922.07545PakNottingham29 Jul 2010
1015.08176PakNottingham29 Jul 2010
1128.07655IndLord’s21 Jul 2011
1220.35725SrlGalle26 Mar 2012
1324.011475NZlLord’s16 May 2013
1424.02855AusNottingham10 Jul 2013
1531.511735AusNottingham10 Jul 2013
1626.110535IndSouthampton27 Jul 2014
1712.45426WinBridgetown01 May 2015
1814.42476AusBirmingham29 Jul 2015
1911.46165SrlLeeds19 May 2016
2013.35295SrlLeeds19 May 2016
2127.09585SrlCh-le-St27 May 2016
2223.26725SAFNottingham14 Jul 2017
2329.07765WinLeeds25 Aug 2017
2420.15427WinLord’s07 Sep 2017
2522.07435AusAdelaide02 Dec 2017
2613.25205IndLord’s09 Aug 2018
2730.013465WinBridgetown23 Jan 2019
2819.06405SAFCape Town03 Jan 2020
2923.03565PakSouthampton21 Aug 2020

The ten wicket hauls captured by JM Anderson are listed below

NoOversMRunsWOppGroundStart Date
137.0157111PakNottingham29 Jul 2010
225.1114510SrlLeeds19 May 2016
355.51315810AusNottingham10 Jul 2013
JM Anderson of England becomes the first medium pace bowler to capture 600 test wickets

JM Anderson of England becomes the first medium pace bowler to capture 600 test wickets

JM Anderson of England became the first medium pace bowler to capture 600 test wickets in the history of test cricket. His 600th victim was Pakistan captain Azhar Ali whom he had caught by JE Root for 31 in Pakistan’s second innings in the just concluded third test against Pakistan at Southhampton. The following table furnish the career summary of JM Andersone

OppMIOversMdnsRunsW510
Aus32591175.1285359510451
Ban02040084.00210223900
Ind27521006.1264285811040
NZl14260492.112116106030
Pak18340607.417814297431
SAF26470993.221429329340
Srl13240449.111712415241
Win22410752.321219678750
Zim02040064.001802231110
Tot1562915624.1143016070600293

The following table furnishes the performance at home-away-neutral venues, his 50 plus wickets in calendar years, performance under various captains and performance in winning-losing-drawn tests.

 MIOversMdnsRunsW510
home891693214.38519154384223
away611102193.45166472194070
neutral06012216.0063452022000
Total1562915624.1143016070600293
         
 MIOversMdnsRunsW510
year 20101223463.012013095731
year 20131427531.512516555231
         
 MIOversMdnsRunsW510
AN Cook49931776.1470491919192
A Flintoff04080124.302849201100
N Hussain03060090.002135201210
KP Pietersen03060110.002034100900
JE Root33611110.5319266413080
BA Stokes0102040.001410400300
AJ Strauss42761639.5411458716871
MP Vaughan2139732.5147261907640
Total1562915624.1143016070600293
         
 MIOversMdnsRunsW510
won match701392341.16316524323193
lost match530941895.3457566515160
drawn match330581387.3342388912640
Total1562915624.1143016070600293

The following table lists the cumulative wickets captured by JM Anderson

MatInnsWktsOppDate
001002005Zim22.05.03
029055104SAF07.08.08
055101200Aus16.12.10
081149305NZl16.05.13
104195403NZl29.05.15
129242506Win07.09.17
156291600Pak21.08.20

Progressive milestones of wickets captured by JM Anderson is furnished  below

WktBatsmanRMoD/FielderOppInnsDate
001MA Vermeulen01BZim122.05.03
100JH Kallis02lbwSAF107.08.08
200PM Siddle08C CollingwoodAus216.12.10
300HD Rutherford04C CookNZl116.05.13
401KS Williamson00C ButtlerNZl129.05.15
500KC Brathwaite04BWin207.09.17
600Azhar Ali31C  RootPak221.08.20
Highlights of Pakistan’s first innings in the third test at Southampton against England

Highlights of Pakistan’s first innings in the third test at Southampton against England

Azhar Ali scored 141 not out in Pakistan’s  completed innings total of 273 constituting 51.65 of the team’s total to provide the 177th occasion of a batsman scoring 50 percent or more than the team’s total in the annals of test cricket.  It also provides the 22nd occasion of Pakistan batsman performing such a feat.  All the 22 occasions are tabulated below arranged in the order of descending percentage

No Player Runs Total % Opp Ground Date
1 Saeed Ahmed 068 114 59.65 Eng N’ham 10.08.67
2 Saeed Anwar 188* 316 59.49 Ind Kolkata 16.02.99
3 Inzamam-ul-Haq 095 165 57.58 SAF Jo’burg 19.01.95
4 Asif Iqbal 146 255 57.25 Eng The Oval 24.08.67
5 Mohd Hafeez 197 351 56.13 NZl Sharjah 26.11.14
6 Younis Khan 175* 315 55.56 Aus Sydney 02.01.17
7 Moin Khan 117* 212 55.19 Srl Sialkot 22.09.95
8 Mohd Wasim 192 354 54.24 Zim Harare 21.03.98
9 Saeed Anwar 145 269 53.90 Aus R’pindi 01.10.98
10 Umar Akmal 079* 147 53.74 Eng Lord’s 26.08.10
11 Taufeeq Umar 135 252 53.57 SAF Cape Town 02.01.03
12 Asad Shafiq 137 259 52.90 NZl Sharjah 26.11.14
13 Mohd Yousuf 083 157 52.87 SAF Cape Town 26.01.07
14 Hanif Mohd 187* 354 52.82 Eng Lord’s 27.07.67
15 Aamir Sohail 133 252 52.78 Aus Karachi 22.10.98
16 Fawad Alam 168 320 52.50 Srl Col-SSC 12.07.09
17 Imran Farhat 117* 223 52.47 NZl Napier 11.12.09
18 Saeed Anwar 118 226 52.21 SAF Durban 26.02.98
19 Mohd Yousuf 112 216 51.85 Ind Multan 28.03.04
20 Azhar Ali 141* 273 51.65 Eng S’hampton 21.08.20
21 Inzamam-ul-Haq 329 643 51.17 NZl Lahore 01.05.02
22 Azhar Mahmood 132 259 50.97 SAF Durban 26.02.98

It also provides the fifth occasion of Pakistan batsman performing such a feat against England.  All the five occasions are tabulated below arranged in the order of descending percentage

No Player Runs Total % Opp Ground Date
1 Saeed Ahmed 068 114 59.65 Eng N’ham 10.08.67
2 Asif Iqbal 146 255 57.25 Eng The Oval 24.08.67
3 Umar Akmal 079* 147 53.74 Eng Lord’s 26.08.10
4 Hanif Mohd 187* 354 52.82 Eng Lord’s 27.07.67
5 Azhar Ali 141* 273 51.65 Eng S’hampton 21.08.20

Azhar Ali scored 141 not out in this test to provide the 400th occasion of Pakistan batsman scoring a century in a test innings. It also provides the 181st occasion of Pakistan batsman scoring a century in a test innings on away soil. It also provides the 230th occasion of Pakistan batsman scoring a century in a test innings on away soil and neutral soil

Azhar Ali scored 141 not out in this test to provide the 65th occasion of Pakistan batsman scoring a century in a test innings against England. It also provides the 33rd occasion of Pakistan batsman scoring a century in a test innings on away soil against England.  It also provides the 40th occasion of Pakistan batsman scoring a century in a test innings on away soil and neutral soil against England.

Azhar Ali scored 141 not out in this test to provide the 45th occasion of Pakistan captain scoring a century in a test innings. It also provides the 17th occasion of Pakistan captain scoring a century in a test innings on away soil. It also provides the 23rd occasion of Pakistan captain scoring a century in a test innings on away soil and neutral soil

Azhar Ali scored 141 not out in this test to provide the ninth occasion of Pakistan captain scoring a century in a test innings against England. It also provides the sixth occasion of Pakistan captain scoring a century in a test innings on away soil. It also provides the seventh occasion of Pakistan captain scoring a century in a test innings on away soil and neutral soil

Azhar Ali completed 6000 runs in his test career when he was on 43 during his knock of 141 not out in this test. At the end of Pakistan’s first innings, his run aggregate read 6098. He became the fifth Pakistan batsman to total 6000 plus runs in tests. Others are – Younis Khan {10099}, Javed Miandad {8832}, Inzamam-ul-Haq {8829} and Mohd Yousuf {7530}

Azhar Ali completed 6000 runs in his test career when he was on 43 during his knock of 141 not out in this test. At the end of Pakistan’s first innings, his run aggregate read 6098. He became the 68th batsman in the annals of test cricket to aggregate 6000 plus runs.

Azhar Ali’s 141 not out represent his 17th century in a test innings. It also represents his ninth test century on away aoil.

Azhar Ali’s 141 not out represent his third century in a test innings against England. All the three centuries are listed below.

No Player Runs I Opp Ground Start Date
1 Azhar Ali 157 3 Eng Dubai (DSC) 03 Feb 2012
2 Azhar Ali 139 2 Eng Birmingham 03 Aug 2016
3 Azhar Ali 141* 2 Eng Southampton 21 Aug 2020

It also represents his second test century against England in England. Both the centuries are listed below.

No Player Runs I Opp Ground Start Date
1 Azhar Ali 139 2 Eng Birmingham 03 Aug 2016
2 Azhar Ali 141* 2 Eng Southampton 21 Aug 2020

Azhar Ali’s 141 not out represent his highest score in a test innings against England in England. Previous best was 139 at Birmingham in Aug 2016.

No Player Runs I Opp Ground Start Date
1 Azhar Ali 141* 2 Eng Southampton 21 Aug 2020
2 Azhar Ali 139 2 Eng Birmingham 03 Aug 2016

Azhar Ali’s 141 not out represent his highest score in a test innings while leading Pakistan and also represent his second century while leading Pakistan. Previous best was 118 against Sri Lanka at Karachi in Dec 2019.

No Player Runs I Opp Ground Start Date
1 Azhar Ali 141* 2 Eng Southampton 21 Aug 2020
2 Azhar Ali 118 2 Srl Karachi 19 Dec 2019

Z Crawley scored 267 and Azhar Ali scored 141 not out in this test to provide the 66th occasion of batsmen batting at number three scoring centuries in a test in the annals of test cricket.

Mohammad Rizwan scored 53 in Pakistan’s innings to provide the 14th occasion of a Pakistan wicket keeper batsman scoring a fifty against England. It also provides the tenth occasion of a Pakistan wicket keeper batsman scoring a fifty against England in England

Mohammad Rizwan scored 53 in Pakistan’s innings to provide the second occasion of his scoring a fifty against England as Pakistan wicket keeper batsman. Prior to this he had scored 72 in the second test at Southampton on 13 Aug 2020. He became the fifth Pakistan wicket keeper batsman to score fifties on two occasions against England. Others are – Imtiaz Ahmed, Kamran Akmal, Moin Khan and Rashid Latif.

Mohammad Rizwan scored 53 in Pakistan’s innings to provide the second occasion of his scoring a fifty against England in England as Pakistan wicket keeper batsman. Prior to this he had scored 72 in the second test at Southampton on 13 Aug 2020. He became the second Pakistan wicket keeper batsman to score fifties on two occasions against England in England. Other wicket keeper is Rashid Latif.

Azhar Ali and Mohammad Rizwan posted 138 runs partnership in Pakistan’s innings to provide the 75th occasion of Pakistan batsmen posting a three figure partnership against England. It also provides the 42nd occasion of Pakistan batsmen posting a three figure partnership against England in England.

Azhar Ali and Mohammad Rizwan posted 138 runs partnership in Pakistan’s innings to provide the fifth occasion of Pakistan batsmen posting a three figure partnership for the sixth wicket against England.

It also provides the second occasion of Pakistan batsmen posting a three figure partnership for the sixth wicket against England in England. The other occasion was the 105 runs partnership between Shan Masood and Shadab Khan in the first test of the ongoing test series at Manchester in Aug 2020.

Azhar Ali and Mohammad Rizwan posted 138 runs partnership in Pakistan’s innings to provide the record partnership for the sixth wicket by Pakistan batsmen against England in England. The previous best was the 105 runs partnership between Shan Masood and Shadab Khan in the first test of the ongoing test series at Manchester in Aug 2020.

JM Anderson’s captured five for 56 in Pakistan’s first innings to provide his 29th five wicket haul in a test innings. He now occupies the joint second place amongst the list of pace bowlers who have captured most five wicket hauls in a test innings.  GD McGrath has captured 29 five wicket hauls in a test innings. RJ Hadlee of New Zealand occupies the first place with 36 five wicket hauls in a test innings.

JM Anderson’s captured five for 56 in Pakistan’s first innings to provide his 22nd five wicket haul in a test innings on home soil-most five wicket hauls in a test innings on home soil in the annals of test cricket.

JM Anderson’s captured five for 56 in Pakistan’s first innings to provide his 46th occasion of an England bowler capturing five or more wickets in a test innings against Pakistan. It also provides the 31st occasion of an England bowler capturing five or more wickets in a test innings against Pakistan on home soil

JM Anderson’s captured five for 56 in Pakistan’s first innings to provide his 27th occasion of an England pace bowler capturing five or more wickets in a test innings against Pakistan. It also provides the 24th occasion of an England pace bowler capturing five or more wickets in a test innings against Pakistan on home soil

JC Buttler {152} for England and Mohammad Rizwan {53} for Pakistan scored fifties in this test to provide the fourth occasion of rival wicket keeper batsmen scoring fifties in England-Pakistan Test series.

JC Buttler {152} for England and Mohammad Rizwan {53} for Pakistan scored century and hald century in this test to provide the first occasion of rival wicket keeper batsmen scoring a century and a half century in England-Pakistan Test series.

JM Anderson’s captured five for 56 in Pakistan’s first innings to provide his third occasion of his as a England pace bowler capturing five or more wickets in a test innings against Pakistan. He now holds the record for most five wicket hauls in a test innings by an England pace bowler against Pakistan. Other pace bowlers to capture five wicket hauls in a test innings on two occasions are – IT Botham, GR Dilley, NA Foster, SJ Harmison and CJ Woakes

JM Anderson’s captured five for 56 in Pakistan’s first innings to provide his third occasion of hi capturing five or more wickets in a test innings against Pakistan.. Other England bowlers to capture five wicket hauls in a test innings on three or more occasions are – DL Underwood {04} and MS Panesar {03}.

Statistical highlights of England innings in the third test at Southampton against Pakistan

Statistical highlights of England innings in the third test at Southampton against Pakistan

England won the toss and opted to bat first in this test to provide the 406th occasion of England doing so. It also provides the 228th occasion of England doing so in a test on home soil.

England won the toss and opted to bat first in this test to provide the 33rd occasion of England doing so against Pakistan. It also provides the 21st occasion of England doing so in a test on home soil against Pakistan.

England posted a team total of 583 for 8 declared in this test to provide the 63rd occasion of England posting a total of 550 plus runs in a test innings. It also provides the 34th occasion of England posting a total of 550 plus runs in a test innings on home soil.

England posted a team total of 583 for 8 declared in this test to provide the fourth occasion of England posting a total of 550 plus runs in a test innings against Pakistan.  All such occasions are tabulated below

No Team Score Overs Opp Ground Date
1 England 558/6d 139.0 Pak Nottingham 01.07.54
2 England 598/9d 206.0 Pak Abu Dhabi 13.10.15
3 England 589/8d 152.2 Pak Manchester 22.07.16
4 England 583/8d 154.4 Pak Southampton 21.08.20

It also provides the third occasion of England posting a total of 550 plus runs in a test innings on home soil against Pakistan. All such occasions are tabulated below

No Team Score Overs Opp Ground Date
1 England 558/6d 139.0 Pak Nottingham 01.07.54
2 England 589/8d 152.2 Pak Manchester 22.07.16
3 England 583/8d 154.4 Pak Southampton 21.08.20

England posted a team total of 583 for 8 declared in this test to provide the 31st occasion of England posting a total of 550 plus runs in a test innings after it had won the toss and opted to bat first.  It also provides the 19th occasion of England posting a total of 550 plus runs in a test innings on home soil after it had won the toss and opted to bat first.

England posted a team total of 583 for 8 declared in this test to provide the second occasion of England posting a total of 550 plus runs in a test innings against Pakistan after  it had won the toss and opted to bat first. Both such occasions are tabulated below. Both these occasions have come on home soil.

No Team Score Overs Opp Ground Date
1 England 589/8d 152.2 Pak Manchester 22.07.16
2 England 583/8d 154.4 Pak Southampton 21.08.20

JE Root’s aggregate runs against Pakistan at the end of England’s first innings read 1010. He became the 30th batsman to total 1000 plus runs against Pakistan in the annals of test cricket. He also became the third England batsman to achieve such a feat against Pakistan. Others are – AN Cook {1719} and DI Gower {1185}

Z Crawley scored 267 in this test. It was his maiden test century. He joined the select band of batsmen who have scored 200 plus runs as their maiden test century. He became the 38th batsman to achieve such a feat. The following table lists all the 38th batsmen

No Player Runs Team Opp Ground Date
1 SE Gregory 201 Aus Eng Sydney 14.12.1894
2 RE Foster 287 Eng Aus Sydney 11.12.03
3 WR Hammond 251 Eng Aus Sydney 14.12.28
4 AD Nourse 231 SAF Aus Johannesburg 24.12.35
5 E Paynter 216* Eng Aus Nottingham 10.06.38
6 WJ Edrich 219 Eng SAF Durban 03.03.39
7 SG Barnes 234 Aus Eng Sydney 13.12.46
8 MP Donnelly 206 NZl Eng Lord’s 25.06.49
9 DJ McGlew 255* SAF NZl Wellington 06.03.53
10 DS Atkinson 219 Win Aus Bridgetown 14.05.55
11 Imtiaz Ahmed 209 Pak NZl Lahore 26.10.55
12 GS Sobers 365* Win Pak Kingston 26.02.58
13 RB Kanhai 256 Win Ind Kolkata 31.12.58
14 RB Simpson 311 Aus Eng Manchester 23.07.64
15 DN Sardesai 200* Ind NZl Mumbai (BS) 12.03.65
16 SM Nurse 201 Win Aus Bridgetown 05.05.65
17 Zaheer Abbas 274 Pak Eng Birmingham 03.06.71
18 LG Rowe 214 Win NZl Kingston 16.02.72
19 D Lloyd 214* Eng Ind Birmingham 04.07.74
20 SFAF Bacchus 250 Win Ind Kanpur 02.02.79
21 Taslim Arif 210* Pak Aus Faisalabad 06.03.80
22 DM Jones 210 Aus Ind Chennai 18.09.86
23 DSBP Kuruppu 201* Srl NZl Colombo (CCC) 16.04.87
24 Aamer Sohail 205 Pak Eng Manchester 02.07.92
25 BC Lara 277 Win Aus Sydney 02.01.93
26 VG Kambli 224 Ind Eng Mumbai 19.02.93
27 GW Flower 201* Zim Pak Harare 31.01.95
28 SL Campbell 208 Win NZl Bridgetown 19.04.96
29 HH Gibbs 211* SAF NZl Christchurch 11.03.99
30 MS Sinclair 214 NZl Win Wellington 26.12.99
31 GC Smith 200 SAF Ban East London 18.10.02
32 JA Rudolph 222* SAF Ban Chattogram 24.04.03
33 RWT Key 221 Eng Win Lord’s 22.07.04
34 BJ Hodge 203* Aus SAF Perth 16.12.05
35 JN Gillespie 201* Aus Ban Chattogram 16.04.06
36 KK Nair 303* Ind Eng Chennai 16.12.16
37 MA Agarwal 215 Ind SAF Visakhapatnam 02.10.19
38 Z Crawley 267 Eng Pak Southampton 21.08.20

Z  Crawley became the seventh England batsman to score 200 plus runs as his maiden test century. All the seven batsmen who have achieved the feat are tabulated below

No Player Runs Team Opp Ground Date
1 RE Foster 287 Eng Aus Sydney 11.12.03
2 WR Hammond 251 Eng Aus Sydney 14.12.28
3 E Paynter 216* Eng Aus Nottingham 10.06.38
4 WJ Edrich 219 Eng SAF Durban 03.03.39
5 D Lloyd 214* Eng Ind Birmingham 04.07.74
6 RWT Key 221 Eng Win Lord’s 22.07.04
7 Z Crawley 267 Eng Pak Southampton 21.08.20

Z Crawley became the third batsman to score 200 plus runs as his maiden test century against Pakistan. Others are – GS Sobers of West Indies and GW Flower of Zimbabwe.  All the three batsmen who have achieved the feat are tabulated below

No Player Runs Team Opp Ground Date
1 GS Sobers 365* Win Pak Kingston 26.02.58
2 GW Flower 201* Zim Pak Harare 31.01.95
3 Z Crawley 267 Eng Pak Southampton 21.08.20

Z Crawley became the eleventh batsman in the history of test cricket to score 250 or more runs as maiden test century. His knock of 267 stands occupies the seventh place in the list.

The following table lists all the eleven batsmen who have achieved the feat.

No Player Runs Team Opp Ground Date
1 GS Sobers 365* Win Pak Kingston 26.02.58
2 RB Simpson 311 Aus Eng Manchester 23.07.64
3 KK Nair 303* Ind Eng Chennai 16.12.16
4 RE Foster 287 Eng Aus Sydney 11.12.03
5 BC Lara 277 Win Aus Sydney 02.01.93
6 Zaheer Abbas 274 Pak Eng Birmingham 03.06.71
7 Z Crawley 267 Eng Pak Southampton 21.08.20
8 RB Kanhai 256 Win Ind Kolkata 31.12.58
9 DJ McGlew 255* SAF NZl Wellington 06.03.53
10 WR Hammond 251 Eng Aus Sydney 14.12.28
11 SFAF Bacchus 250 Win Ind Kanpur 02.02.79

Z Crawley became the third England batsman in the history of test cricket to score 250 or more runs as maiden test century. His knock of 267 stands occupies the second place in the list. The following table lists all the three batsmen who have achieved the feat.

No Player Runs Team Opp Ground Date
1 RE Foster 287 Eng Aus Sydney 11.12.03
2 Z Crawley 267 Eng Pak Southampton 21.08.20
3 WR Hammond 251 Eng Aus Sydney 14.12.28

Z Crawley’s 267 in this test provide the 59th occasion of an England batsman scoring 200 plus runs in a test innings. It also provides the 35th occasion of an England batsman scoring 200 plus runs in a test innings on home soil. Z Crawley became the 25th England batsman to score 200 plus runs on home soil.

Z Crawley’s 267 in this test provide the fifth occasion of an England batsman scoring 200 plus runs in a test innings against Pakistan. All the five occasions are tabulated below.

No Player Runs Inns Opp Ground Date
1 DCS Compton 278 2 Pak Nottingham 01.07.54
2 ER Dexter 205 2 Pak Karachi 02.02.62
3 AN Cook 263 2 Pak Abu Dhabi 13.10.15
4 JE Root 254 1 Pak Manchester 22.07.16
5 Z Crawley 267 1 Pak Southampton 21.08.20

It also provides the third occasion of an England batsman scoring 200 plus runs in a test innings on home soil against Pakistan. All the three occasions are tabulated below.

No Player Runs Inns Opp Ground Date
1 DCS Compton 278 2 Pak Nottingham 01.07.54
2 JE Root 254 1 Pak Manchester 22.07.16
3 Z Crawley 267 1 Pak Southampton 21.08.20

Z Crawley’s 267 in this test contained 34 boundary fours. He became the ninth England batsman to score 250 plus runs containing 34 plus boundary fours. The following table lists all the nine batsmen.

No Player Runs 4s Inns Opp Ground Date
1 JH Edrich 310* 52 1 NZl Leeds 08.07.65
2 GA Gooch 333 43 1 Ind Lord’s 26.07.90
3 DL Amiss 262* 40 3 Win Kingston 16.02.74
4 N Hussain 207 38 2 Aus Birmingham 05.06.97
5 RE Foster 287 37 2 Aus Sydney 11.12.03
6 L Hutton 364 35 1 Aus The Oval 20.08.38
7 WR Hammond 336* 34 2 NZl Auckland 31.03.33
8 DCS Compton 278 34 2 Pak Nottingham 01.07.54
9 Z Crawley 267 34 1 Pak Southampton 21.08.20

Z Crawley’s 267 in this test contained 34 boundary fours. He became the second England batsman to score 250 plus runs containing 34 plus boundary fours after DCS Compton. DCS Comption in his 278 at Nottingham in.07.54 had scored 34 boundary fours. The following table lists both the batsmen.

No Player Runs 4s Inns Opp Ground Date
1 DCS Compton 278 34 2 Pak Nottingham 01.07.54
2 Z Crawley 267 34 1 Pak Southampton 21.08.20

Z Crawley became the fourth England batsman to score 200 plus runs when the batsman’s age was within 23 years – Age being computed on the day of the test match. He was 22 years 200 days old on 21st August 2020, the Date of the third test.

No Player Runs Inns Age Opp Ground Date
1 L Hutton 364 1 22y 058d Aus The Oval 20.08.38
2 DI Gower 200* 1 22y 102d Ind Birmingham 12.07.79
3 Z Crawley 267 1 22y 200d Pak Southampton 21.08.20
4 WJ Edrich 219 4 22y 342d SAF Durban 03.03.39

Z Crawley’s 267 in this test provide the 31st occasion of a batsman scoring 200 plus runs in a test innings while batting at number three.  It also provides the fifth occasion of an England batsman scoring 200 plus runs in a test innings while batting at number three.  It also provides the fifth occasion of a batsman scoring 200 plus runs in a test innings against Pakistan while batting at number three.

Z Crawley and JC Buttler added 359 runs for the fifth wicket in this test to provide the 16th occasion of England batmen posting 300 plus runs partnership in a test innings.

No Partners Wkt Runs I Opp Ground Date
1 JB Hobbs/W Rhodes 1 323 2 Aus Melbourne 09.02.12
2 L Hutton/M Leyland 2 382 1 Aus The Oval 20.08.38
3 DCSCompton/WJ Edrich 3 370 1 SAF Lord’s 21.06.47
4 L Hutton/C Washbrook 1 359 1 SAF Johannesburg 27.12.48
5 MC Cowdrey/PBH May 4 411 3 Win Birmingham 30.05.57
6 KF Barrington/JH Edrich 2 369 1 NZl Leeds 08.07.65
7 DI Gower/RT Robinson 2 331 2 Aus Birmingham 15.08.85
8 GA Gooch/DI Gower 2 351 1 Aus The Oval 29.08.85
9 GA Gooch/AJ Lamb 3 308 1 Ind Lord’s 26.07.90
10 MAAtherton/RA Smith 3 303 2 Win St John’s 16.04.94
11 Collingwood/Pietersen 4 310 1 Aus Adelaide 01.12.06
12 SCJ Broad/IJL Trott 8 332 1 Pak Lord’s 26.08.10
13 AN Cook/IJL Trott 2 329* 3 Aus Brisbane 25.11.10
14 IR Bell/KPPietersen 3 350 1 Ind The Oval 18.08.11
15 JM Bairstow/BA Stokes 6 399 1 SAF Cape Town 02.01.16
16 JC Buttler/Z Crawley 5 359 1 Pak Southampton 21.08.20

It also provides the tenth occasion of England batmen posting 300 plus runs partnership in a test innings on home soil,

No Partners Wkt Runs I Opp Ground Date
1 L Hutton/MLeyland 2 382 1 Aus The Oval 20.08.38
2 DCSCompton/WJEdrich 3 370 1 SAF Lord’s 21.06.47
3 MC Cowdrey/PBHMay 4 411 3 Win Birmingham 30.05.57
4 KFBarrington/JHEdrich 2 369 1 NZl Leeds 08.07.65
5 DI Gower/RT Robinson 2 331 2 Aus Birmingham 15.08.85
6 GA Gooch/DI Gower 2 351 1 Aus The Oval 29.08.85
7 GA Gooch/AJ Lamb 3 308 1 Ind Lord’s 26.07.90
8 SCJ Broad/IJL Trott 8 332 1 Pak Lord’s 26.08.10
9 IR Bell/KP Pietersen 3 350 1 Ind The Oval 18.08.11
10 JC Buttler/ZCrawley 5 359 1 Pak Southampton 21.08.20

Z Crawley and JC Buttler added 359 runs for the fifth wicket in this test to provide the second occasion of England batmen posting 300 plus runs partnership in a test innings. Both the occasions are tabulated below. Interestingly both these partnerships are registered on home soil

No Partners Wkt Runs I Opp Ground Date
1 SCJBroad/IJL Trott 8 332 1 Pak Lord’s 26.08.10
2 JCButtler/ZCrawley 5 359 1 Pak Southampton 21.08.20

Z Crawley and JC Buttler added 359 runs for the fifth wicket in this test to provide the record partnership for any wicket by England batsmen against Pakistan. The previous best was 332 runs for the eighth wicket between SCJ Broad and IJL Trott at Lord’s in.08.10. Both these partnerships are tabulated below. Interestingly these partnerships are registered with an interval of ten years.

No Partners Wkt Runs I Opp Ground Date
1 SCJBroad/IJL Trott 8 332 1 Pak Lord’s 26.08.10
2 JC Buttler/ZCrawley 5 359 1 Pak Southampton 21.08.20

Z Crawley and JC Buttler added 359 runs for the fifth wicket in this test to provide the the first occasion of England batsmen posting 300 plus runs for the fifth wicket and hence constitutes a record partnership for fifth wicket by England batsmen.  The previous best was the 254 runs partnership between KWR Fletcher and AW Greig against India at Mumbai-BS in.02.73. Both these partnerships are tabulated below.

No Partners Wkt Runs I Opp Ground Date
1 JC Buttler/Z Crawley 5 359 1 Pak Southampton 21.08.20
2 KWR Fletcher/AW Greig 5 254 2 Ind Mumbai (BS) 6.02.73

Z Crawley and JC Buttler added 359 runs for the fifth wicket in this test to provide the first occasion of England batsmen posting 300 plus runs for the fifth wicket on home soil and hence constitutes a record partnership for fifth wicket by England batsmen on home soil.  The previous best was the 237 runs partnership between DCS Compton and NWD Yardley at South Africa at Nottingham in.06.47. Both these partnerships are tabulated below.

No Partners Wkt Runs I Opp Ground Date
1 JC Buttler/ZCrawley 5 359 1 Pak Southampton 21.08.20
2 DCSCompton/NWDYardley 5 237 3 SAF Nottingham 07.06.47

Z Crawley and JC Buttler added 359 runs for the fifth wicket in this test to provide the 13th occasion of a team posting 300 plus runs for the fifth wicket in the annals of test cricket. All such occasions are tabulated below

No Partners Wkt Runs I Team Opp Ground Date
1 SGBarnes/DGBradman 5 405 2 Aus Eng Sydney 13.12.46
2 AR Border/SRWaugh 5 332* 1 Aus Eng Leeds 22.07.93
3 GS Blewett/SR Waugh 5 385 2 Aus SAF Jo’burg 28.02.97
4 JC Adams/BC Lara 5 322 2 Win Aus Kingston 13.03.99
5 JL Langer/RTPonting 5 327 2 Aus Pak Perth 26.11.99
6 R Dravid/VVS Laxman 5 376 3 Ind Aus Kolkata 11.03.01
7 R Dravid/VVS Laxman 5 303 2 Ind Aus Adelaide 12.12.03
8 SCGanguly/YuvrajSingh 5 300 1 Ind Pak Bengaluru 8.12.07
9 MJ Clarke/MEK Hussey 5 334* 2 Aus Ind Sydney 03.01.12
10 ABdeVilliers/GC Smith 5 338 2 SAF Pak Dubai-DSC 23.10.13
11 M Rahim,S Al Hasan 5 359 1 Ban NZl Wellington 12.01.17
12 MR Marsh/SPD Smith 5 301 2 Aus Eng Perth 14.12.17
13 JC Buttler/Z Crawley 5 359 1 Eng Pak S’hampton 21.08.20

Z Crawley and JC Buttler added 359 runs for the fifth wicket in this test to provide the fourth occasion of a team posting 300 plus runs for the fifth wicket against Pakistan in the annals of test cricket. All such occasions are tabulated below

No Partners Wkt Runs I Team Opp Ground Date
1 JL Langer/RTPonting 5 327 2 Aus Pak Perth 26.11.99
2 SCGanguly/YuvrajSingh 5 300 1 Ind Pak Bengaluru 8.12.07
3 AB deVilliers/GC Smith 5 338 2 SAF Pak Dubai-DSC 23.10.13
4 JC Buttler/ZCrawley 5 359 1 Eng Pak S’hampton 21.08.20

Z Crawley and JC Buttler added 359 runs for the fifth wicket in this test to provide the record partnership by a team for the fifth wicket against Pakistan in the annals of test cricket. The previous best was the 338 runs partnership by South African batsmen AB de Villier and GC Smith at Dubai-DSC in.10.13. Both the partnerships are tabulated below

No Partners Wkt Runs I Team Opp Ground Date
1 JCButtler/ZCrawley 5 359 1 Eng Pak S’hampton 21.08.20
2 ABdeVilliers/GC Smith 5 338 2 SAF Pak Dubai-DSC 23.10.13

Z Crawley and JC Buttler added 359 runs for the fifth wicket in this test to provide the 101st occasion of a team posting 300 plus runs for various wickets in the annals of test cricket. It also provides the 16th occasion of England batsmen posting 300 plus runs for various wickets. It also provides the 14th occasion of batsmen posting 300 plus runs for various wickets against Pakistan

Z Crawley and JCButtler added 359 runs for the fifth wicket in this test to provide the 45th occasion of a team posting 350 plus runs for various wickets in the annals of test cricket. It also provides the ninth occasion of England batsmen posting 350 plus runs for various wickets. It also provides the seventh occasion of batsmen posting 350 plus runs for various wickets against Pakistan

JC Buttler scored 152 runs in this test to provide the 42nd occasion of a wicket keeper batsman scoring 150 plus runs in the annals of test cricket.  It also provides the fifth occasion of a England wicket keeper batsman scoring 150 plus runs in the annals of test cricket. It also provides the sixth occasion of a wicket keeper batsman scoring 150 plus runs against Pakistan in the annals of test cricket

JC Buttler scored 152 runs in this test to provide the first occasion of a England wicket keeper batsman scoring 150 plus runs against Pakistan in the annals of test cricket. Previous best was 116 by APE Knott at Birmingham in.06.71.

JC Buttler scored 152 runs in this test to provide the third occasion of a England wicket keeper batsman scoring a century against Pakistan in the annals of test cricket. Others are APE Knott – 116 at Birmingham in.06.71 and MJ Prior – 102 not out at Nottingham in.07.10.

Z Crawley {267} and JC Buttler {152} scored 150 plus runs in England’s innings to provide the 145th occasion of two batsmen scoring 150 plus runs in the same innings in the annals of test cricket. It also provides the 22nd occasion of two England batsmen scoring 150 plus runs in the same innings in the annals of test cricket. It also provides the 17th occasions of two England batsmen scoring 150 plus runs in the same innings against Pakistan in the annals of test cricket.

It also provides the third occasion of two England batsmen scoring 150 plus runs in the same innings against Pakistan in the annals of test cricket. It also provides the first occasion of two England batsmen scoring 150 plus runs in the same innings against Pakistan of which one is a double century in the annals of test cricket.

Z Crawley {267} and JC Buttler {152} scored 150 plus runs in England’s innings to provide the 93rd occasion of two batsmen scoring 150 plus runs in the same innings of which one is a double century or both are double centuries in the annals of test cricket. It also provides the eleventh occasion of two England batsmen scoring 150 plus runs in the same innings of which one is a double century or both are double centuries in the annals of test cricket. It also provides the fourteenth occasion of two England batsmen scoring 150 plus runs in the same innings of which one is a double century or both are double centuries against Pakistan in the annals of test cricket.

Highlights of England’s innings in the Southampton Test against Pakistan

Highlights of England’s innings in the Southampton Test against Pakistan

RJ Burns was dismissed for a duck in England’s innings to provide the 17th occasion of an England opening batsman dismissed for a duck against Pakistan. It also provides the ninth occasion of an England opening batsman dismissed for a duck against Pakistan in England.

RJ Burns was dismissed for a duck in England’s innings to provide the 250th occasion of an England opening batsman dismissed for a duck against all oppositions. It also provides the 106th occasion of an England opening batsman dismissed for a duck against all oppositions in England.

RJ Burns was dismissed for a duck in England’s innings to provide the second occasion of his as dismissed for a duck against all oppositions an England opening batsman. The first such occasion was against Australia at Manchester in Sep 2019. Thus both ducks of RJ Burns have come on home soil.

Yasir Shah captured his 100th wicket on away soil when captured the wicket of OJ Pope leg before wicket for 9 runs. He became the 69th bowler in the annals of test cricket to capture 100 plus wickets on away soil. He also became the 21st spin bowler to achieve such a feat.

Yasir Shah became the ninth Pakistan bowler to capture 100 plus wickets on away soil. The following table lists all the nine bowlers

No Player Mat Inns Balls Runs Wkts 5 10
1 Wasim Akram 62 109 14629 6278 255 17 4
2 Imran Khan 50 83 11785 5127 199 13 3
3 Waqar Younis 49 86 09326 5115 197 11 2
4 Danish Kaneria 30 58 09183 4873 139 09 0
5 Mushtaq Ahmed 31 52 07866 3773 118 06 1
6 Saeed Ajmal 23 44 07239 3230 111 07 3
7 Saqlain Mushtaq 24 42 07207 3192 106 09 3
8 Mohammad Amir 30 56 06334 2987 101 04 0
9 Yasir Shah 22 39 06188 3580 100 08 1

Yasir Shah became the fifth Pakistan spin bowler to capture 100 plus wickets on away soil. The following table lists all the five bowlers

No Player Mat Inns Balls Runs Wkts 5 10
1 Danish Kaneria 30 58 09183 4873 139 09 0
2 Mushtaq Ahmed 31 52 07866 3773 118 06 1
3 Saeed Ajmal 23 44 07239 3230 111 07 3
4 Saqlain Mushtaq 24 42 07207 3192 106 09 3
5 Yasir Shah 22 39 06188 3580 100 08 1

OJ Pope became the 50th leg before victim of Yasir Shah. Yasir Shah became the 33rd bowler in the history of test cricket to have 50 or more leg before wicket victims. The following table lists all the bowlers.

No Player Team Mat Balls Runs Wkts LBW
1 A Kumble Ind 132 40850 18355 619 156
2 M Muralitharan Srl 133 44039 18180 800 150
3 SK Warne Aus 145 40705 17995 708 138
4 Wasim Akram Pak 104 22627 09779 414 119
5 GD McGrath Aus 124 29248 12186 563 113
6 N Kapil Dev Ind 131 27740 12867 434 111
7 Waqar Younis Pak 087 16224 08788 373 110
8 HMRKB Herath Srl 093 25993 12157 433 108
9 WPUJC Vaas Srl 111 23438 10501 355 100
10 SM Pollock SAF 108 24353 09733 421 090
11 SCJ Broad Eng 142 28799 14149 511 089
12 Anderson Eng 155 33493 15977 593 085
13 Sir RJ Hadlee NZl 086 21918 09611 431 083
14 IT Botham Eng 102 21815 10878 383 081
15 Imran Khan Pak 088 19458 08258 362 080
16 R Ashwin Ind 071 19586 09282 365 077
17 CA Walsh Win 132 30019 12688 519 077
18 MD Marshall Win 081 17584 07876 376 076
19 DL Vettori NZl 113 28814 12441 362 076
20 GP Swann Eng 060 15349 07642 255 070
21 Harbhajan Singh Ind 103 28580 13537 417 068
22 MJ Hoggard Eng 067 13909 07564 248 065
23 DW Steyn SAF 093 18608 10077 439 064
24 Z Khan Ind 092 18785 10247 311 063
25 DK Lillee Aus 070 18467 08493 355 062
26 Saeed Ajmal Pak 035 11592 05003 178 059
27 JN Gillespie Aus 071 14234 06770 259 059
28 TM Alderman Aus 041 10181 04616 170 058
29 J Garner Win 058 13169 05433 259 057
30 Abdul Qadir Pak 067 17126 07742 236 052
31 CEL Ambrose Win 098 22103 08501 405 052
32 NM Lyon Aus 096 24568 12320 390 052
33 Yasir Shah Pak 041 12565 06697 222 050

OJ Pope became the 50th leg before victim of Yasir Shah. Yasir Shah became the sixth Pakistan bowler in the history of test cricket to have 50 or more leg before wicket victims The following table lists all the bowlers.

No Player Team Mat Balls Runs Wkts LBW
1 Wasim Akram Pak 104 22627 9779 414 119
2 Waqar Younis Pak 87 16224 8788 373 110
3 Imran Khan Pak 88 19458 8258 362 080
4 Saeed Ajmal Pak 35 11592 5003 178 059
5 Abdul Qadir Pak 67 17126 7742 236 052
6 Yasir Shah Pak 41 12565 6697 222 050

Australia and Pakistan are the only two teams in the annals of test cricket to have six bowlers who have captured 50 or more leg before wicket victims. Pakistan became the second team when Yasir Shah joined the list

No Player Team Mat Balls Runs Wkts LBW
1 SK Warne Aus 145 40705 17995 708 138
2 GD McGrath Aus 124 29248 12186 563 113
3 DK Lillee Aus 070 18467 08493 355 062
4 JN Gillespie Aus 071 14234 06770 259 059
5 TM Alderman Aus 041 10181 04616 170 058
6 NM Lyon Aus 096 24568 12320 390 052
               
1 Wasim Akram Pak 104 22627 09779 414 119
2 Waqar Younis Pak 087 16224 08788 373 110
3 Imran Khan Pak 088 19458 08258 362 080
4 Saeed Ajmal Pak 035 11592 05003 178 059
5 Abdul Qadir Pak 067 17126 07742 236 052
6 Yasir Shah Pak 041 12565 06697 222 050

This test ended in a draw. It was the 348th Test match that has ended in a draw involving England and also provides the 180th drawn test involving England in England

This test ended in a draw. It was the 161st Test match that has ended in a draw involving Pakistan and also provides the 79th drawn test involving Pakistan on away soil.

The result summary between England and Pakistan at the end of this test read thus

Team Mat Won Lost Tied Draw
England 85 26 21 0 38
Pakistan 85 21 26 0 38
Statistical highlights of Pakistan’s first innings in the second test at Southampton against England

Statistical highlights of Pakistan’s first innings in the second test at Southampton against England

Pakistan won the toss in this test and opted to bat first to provide the 40th occasion of Pakistan doing so against England. It also provides the 23rd occasion of Pakistan doing so against England in England.

Pakistan won the toss in this test and opted to bat first to provide the 141st occasion of Pakistan doing so against England. It also provides the 73rd occasion of Pakistan doing so against all oppositions on away venues excluding the neutral venues

Shan Masood was dismissed leg before wicket in this game. He became the 85th leg before victim of JM Anderson. Mohammad Abbas was dismissed leg before wicket in this game. He became the 89th leg before victim of SCJ Broad

Yasir Shah was dismissed caught by wicket keeper in this game. He became the 165th caught by wicket keeper victim of JM Anderson. Babar Azam was dismissed caught by wicket keeper in this game. He became the 122nd caught by wicket keeper victim of JM Anderson. JM Anderson owns the record for capturing most wickets caught by wicket keeper

Abid Ali scored 60 in this game to provide the 57th occasion of a Pakistan opening batsman scoring a fifty against England. It also provides the 28th occasion of a Pakistan opening batsman scoring a fifty against England in England

Abid Ali scored 60 in this game to provide the 44th occasion of a Pakistan opening batsman scoring a half century against England. It also provides the 23rd occasion of a Pakistan opening batsman scoring a half century against England in England

Shaheen Shah Afridi was dismissed for a duck in this game to provide the 248th occasion of a Pakistan batsman dismissed run out in a test innings. It also provides the 48th occasion of a Pakistan batsman dismissed run out in a test innings against England

Shaheen Shah Afridi was dismissed for a duck in this game to provide the 38th occasion of a Pakistan batsman dismissed run out in a test innings for a duck. It also provides the ninth occasion of a Pakistan batsman dismissed run out in a test innings against England for a duck.

Shaheen Shah Afridi was dismissed for a duck in this game after facing 19 deliveries to provide the eighth occasion of a batsman dismissed run out in a test innings for a duck after facing 15 or more deliveries All such occasions are tabulated below

No Player Runs BF I Team Oppn Ground Start Date
1 IM Chappell 0 22 1 Aus Ind Sydney 26 Jan 1968
2 HH Gibbs 0 22 4 SAF NZl Wellington 18 Mar 1999
3 KD Ghavri 0 21 1 Ind Aus Melbourne 07 Feb 1981
4 MS Panesar 0 19 3 Eng Aus Sydney 02 Jan 2007
5 SS Afridi 0 19 1 Pak Eng S’hampton 13 Aug 2020
6 A Nehra 0 18 2 Ind Win Kingston 18 May 2002
7 TT S”weera 0 18 4 Srl Aus Cairns 09 Jul 2004
8 Aaqib Javed 0 16 1 Pak Zim Harare 15 Feb 1995

It also provides the second occasion of a Pakistan batsman dismissed run out in a test innings against England for a duck after facing 15 or more deliveries. Aaqib Javed was dismissed for a duck after facing 16 deliveries against Zimbabwe at Harare in Feb 1995.

No Player Runs BF I Team Oppn Ground Start Date
1 IM Chappell 0 22 1 Aus Ind Sydney 26 Jan 1968
2 Aaqib Javed 0 16 1 Pak Zim Harare 15 Feb 1995

Shaheen Shah Afridi was dismissed for a duck in this game after facing 19 deliveries to provide the seventh occasion of a batsman dismissed run out in a test innings for a duck after facing ten or more deliveries against England. All such occasions are tabulated below

No Player Runs BF I Team Opp Ground Start Date
1 SS Afridi 0 19 1 Pak Eng S’hampton 13 Aug 2020
2 JJ Bumrah 0 14 2 Ind Eng The Oval 07 Sep 2018
3 RW Anderson 0 12 3 NZl Eng Nottingham 10 Aug 1978
4 AR Border 0 12 3 Aus Eng Melbourne 29 Dec 1978
5 CEH Croft 0 12 2 Win Eng Lord’s 19 Jun 1980
6 BA Bolton 0 11 1 NZl Eng Auckland 14 Mar 1959
7 GD McGrath 0 10 1 Aus Eng Perth 03 Feb 1995

Shaheen Shah Afridi was dismissed for a duck in this game after facing 19 deliveries owns the record for facing most deliveries while scoring a duck against England. The previous record was held by India’s JJ Bumrah who had faced 14 deliveries while scoring a duck at The Oval in Sep 2018. Both the occasions are tabulated below

No Player Runs BF I Team Opp Ground Start Date
1 SS Afridi 0 19 1 Pak Eng S’hampton 13 Aug 2020
2 JJ Bumrah 0 14 2 Ind Eng The Oval 07 Sep 2018

Pakistan’s first innings witnessed three leg before wicket dismissals to provide the 993rd occasion of Pakistan batsmen dismissed leg before wicket against all oppositions and provide the 173rd occasion of Pakistan batsmen dismissed leg before wicket against England.

Pakistan’s first innings witnessed three leg before wicket dismissals to provide the 560th occasion of Pakistan batsmen dismissed leg before wicket against all oppositions on away soil and provide the 103rd occasion of Pakistan batsmen dismissed leg before wicket against England in England

Fawad Alam was dismissed leg before wicket for a duck in this game to provide the 155th occasion of a Pakistan batsman dismissed leg before wicket for a duck against all oppositions and also provides the 83rd occasion of a Pakistan batsman dismissed leg before wicket for a duck against all oppositions on away soil.

FawadAlam was dismissed leg before wicket for a duck in this game to provide the 28th occasion of a Pakistan batsman dismissed leg before wicket for a duck against England and also provides the 20th occasion of a Pakistan batsman dismissed leg before wicket for a duck against England in England.

awad Alam made his appearance in this test after a period of ten years and 259 days. He became the 25th cricketer in the history of tests to make a test appearance after a period of ten plus years. The following table lists all such batsmen

No Player Team Mat From To Missed Span
1 AJ Traicos SAF/Zim 07 10.03.70 18.10.92 22y 222d
2 G Gunn Eng 15 01.03.12 11.01.30 17y 316d
3 Younis Ahmed Pak 04 02.11.69 21.02.87 17y 111d
4 JMM Commaille SAF 12 14.03.10 14.06.24 14y 092d
5 DC Cleverley NZl 02 01.03.32 29.03.46 14y 028d
6 F Mitchell Eng/SAF 05 04.04.1899 27.05.12 13y 053d
7 GM Carew Win 04 10.01.35 11.02.48 13y 032d
8 L Amarnath Ind 24 13.02.34 22.06.46 12y 129d
9 WE Hollies Eng 13 18.03.35 07.06.47 12y 081d
10 IAK Pataudi Eng/Ind 06 12.06.34 22.06.46 12y 010d
11 FR Brown Eng 22 27.07.37 23.07.49 11y 361d
12 HL Jackson Eng 02 26.07.49 06.07.61 11y 345d
13 GA Faulkner SAF 25 13.08.12 28.06.24 11y 320d
14 SJ Pegler SAF 16 13.08.12 14.06.24 11y 306d
15 MP Donnelly NZl 07 17.08.37 11.06.49 11y 298d
16 D Shackleton Eng 07 07.11.51 20.06.63 11y 225d
17 GJ Batty Eng 09 05.06.05 20.10.16 11y 137d
18 GOB Allen Eng 25 03.03.37 11.02.48 10y 345d
19 M Bisset SAF 03 04.04.1899 11.03.10 10y 341d
20 Fawad Alam Pak 04 28.11.09 13.08.20 10y 259d
21 FL Reifer Win 06 18.01.99 09.07.09 10y 172d
22 SJ Snooke SAF 26 13.08.12 18.01.23 10y 158d
23 MA Vermeulen Zim 09 17.05.04 09.08.14 10y 084d
24 James Langridge Eng 08 30.06.36 17.08.46 10y 048d
25 MP Bicknell Eng 04 09.08.93 21.08.03 10y 012d

Fawad Alam made his appearance in this test after a period of ten years and 259 days. He became the second Pakistan cricketer in the history of tests to make a test appearance after a period of ten plus years. Younis Ahmed was the other Pakistan batsman who made his test appearance after a period of 17 years and 111 days. The following table lists both the batsmen

No Player Team Mat From To Missed Span
1 Younis Ahmed Pak 04 02.11.69 21.02.87 17y 111d
2 Fawad Alam Pak 04 28.11.09 13.08.20 10y 259d

Mohammad Rizwan scored 60 not out at the end of second day’s play to provide the 13th occasion of a Pakistan wicket keeper batsman scoring a fifty against England. It also provides the ninth occasion of a Pakistan wicket keeper batsman scoring a fifty against England in England

Mohammad Rizwan scored 60 not out at the end of second day’s play to provide the eleventh occasion of a Pakistan wicket keeper batsman scoring a half century against England. It also provides the eighth occasion of a Pakistan wicket keeper batsman scoring a half century against England in England

Mohammad Rizwan scored 60 not out at the end of second day’s play to provide the 104th occasion of a Pakistan wicket keeper batsman scoring a fifty against all oppositions. It also provides the 52nd occasion of a Pakistan wicket keeper batsman scoring a fifty against all oppositions on away soil

Mohammad Rizwan scored 60 not out at the end of second day’s play to provide the 86th occasion of a Pakistan wicket keeper batsman scoring a half century against all oppositions It also provides the 45th occasion of a Pakistan wicket keeper batsman scoring a half century against all oppositions on away soil

Mohammad Rizwan scored 60 not out at the end of second day’s play to provide his second fifty in tests. Prior to this he has scored 95 against Australia at Brisbane in Nov 2019.

Some interesting stats on Pakistan leg spinner Yasir Shah at the end of the Manchester Test

Some interesting stats on Pakistan leg spinner Yasir Shah at the end of the Manchester Test

Yasir Shah’s eight wickets in this game fetched him an aggregate of 221 wickets in tests and 99 wickets in tests on away soil. He needs one more wicket for his 100th wicket on away soil. If he gets it, he would then become the ninth Pakistan bowler to capture 100 wickets on away aoil.

No Player Mat Inns Balls Runs W 5 10
1 Wasim Akram 62 109 14629 6278 255 17 4
2 Imran Khan 50 83 11785 5127 199 13 3
3 Waqar Younis 49 86 9326 5115 197 11 2
4 Danish Kaneria 30 58 9183 4873 139 9 0
5 Mushtaq Ahmed 31 52 7866 3773 118 6 1
6 Saeed Ajmal 23 44 7239 3230 111 7 3
7 Saqlain Mushtaq 24 42 7207 3192 106 9 3
8 Mohammad Amir 30 56 6334 2987 101 4 0
9 Yasir Shah 21 38 6122 3550 099 8 1

Yasir Shah’s eight wickets in this game fetched him an aggregate of 99 wickets in tests on away soil. He needs one more wicket for his 100th wicket on away soil. If he gets it, he would then become the 69th bowler to capture 100 wickets on away soil in the annals of test cricket.

Yasir Shah’s eight wickets in this game fetched him an aggregate of 42 wickets in tests against England. He became the sixth Pakistsn bowler to aggregate 40 plus wickets against England. Others are – Abdul Qadir {82}, Wasim Akram {57}, Waqar Younis {50}, Inthikab Alam {49} and Imran Khan {47}      

Yasir Shah’s eight wickets in this game fetched him an aggregate of 27 wickets in tests against England in England. He became the seventh Pakistan bowler to aggregate 25 plus wickets against England in England. The following table lists all the seven bowlers

No Player Mat Inns Overs Mdns Runs W 5 10
1 Wasim Akram 14 23 564.3 123 1523 53 2 0
2 Imran Khan 12 19 486.3 116 1158 47 4 1
3 Waqar Younis 10 16 362.1 065 1237 45 3 0
4 Mohammad Amir 10 18 350.4 074 1007 38 2 0
5 Mushtaq Ahmed 08 13 373.4 089 0922 32 2 0
6 Yasir Shah 05 10 286.0 038 0939 27 2 1
7 Fazal Mahmood 06 08 278.0 075 0740 25 2 1

Yasir Shah’s eight wickets in this game fetched him an aggregate of 27 wickets in tests against England in England He became the second Pakistan spin bowler to aggregate 25 plus wickets against England in England after Mushtaq Ahmed. The following table lists both these bowlers with their performances

No Player Mat Inns Overs Mdns Runs W 5 10
1 Mushtaq Ahmed 08 13 373.4 089 0922 32 2 0
2 Yasir Shah 05 10 286.0 038 0939 27 2 1

Yasir Shah’s eight wickets in this game fetched him an aggregate of 99 wickets in tests on away soil. He needs one more wicket for his 100th wicket on away soil. If he gets it, he would then become the 21st spin bowler to capture 100 wickets on away soil in the annals of test cricket.

Yasir Shah’s eight wickets in this game fetched him an aggregate of 99 wickets in tests on away soil. He needs one more wicket for his 100th wicket on away soil. If he gets it, he would then become the fifth Pakistan bowler to capture 100 wickets on away soil in the annals of test cricket.  The following table lists these five bowlers with their performances.

No Player Mat Inns Balls Runs Wkts 5 10
1 Danish Kaneria 30 58 9183 4873 139 9 0
2 Mushtaq Ahmed 31 52 7866 3773 118 6 1
3 Saeed Ajmal 23 44 7239 3230 111 7 3
4 Saqlain Mushtaq 24 42 7207 3192 106 9 3
5 Yasir Shah 21 38 6122 3550 099 8 1

Yasir Shah’s eight wickets in this game fetched him an aggregate of 27 wickets in tests against England on away soil. He became the 24th spin bowler to aggregate 25 plus wickets against England on away soil in the annals of test cricket.

Yasir Shah’s eight wickets in this game fetched him an aggregate of 42 wickets in tests against England. He became the 32nd bowler to aggregate 40 plus wickets against England in the annals of test cricket.

Stats highlights of the fourth day’s play of the Manchester Test between England and Pakistan

Stats highlights of the fourth day’s play of the Manchester Test between England and Pakistan

Shan Masood of Pakistan scored 156 and Zero in this test. His feat provides the 19th occasion of a Pakistan batsman scoring a century and a zero in a test. It also provides the 35th occasion of a batsman performing such a feat against England. It also provides the fourth occasion of a Pakistan batsman performing such a feat against England. All such occasions are tabulated below. It is interesting to note that all the four batsmen have scored zero in their second innings.

No Player FI SI Team Opp Ground Match Date
1 Javed Burki 140 0 Pak Eng Dhaka 19 Jan 1962
2 Shoaib Malik 245 0 Pak Eng Abu Dhabi 13 Oct 2015
3 Misbah-ul-Haq 114 0 Pak Eng Lord’s 14 Jul 2016
4 Shan Masood 156 0 Pak Eng Manchester 05 Aug 2020

Shan Masood’s 156 and duck in the just concluded Manchester test between Pakistan and England was  in vain to provide the 51st occasion of a batsman’s century and duck  in a losing cause in the history of test cricket. It also provides the sixth occasion of a Pakistan batsman’s century and duck in a test going in vain. All such occasions are tabulated below

No Player FI SI Team Opp Ground Start Date
1 Imtiaz Ahmed 122 0 Pak Win Kingston 26 Feb 1958
2 Sadiq Mohd 105 0 Pak Aus Melbourne 01 Jan 1977
3 Mohd Wasim 0 109* Pak NZl Lahore 21 Nov 1996
4 Younis Khan 147 0 Pak Ind Kolkata 16 Mar 2005
5 Asad Shafiq 104 0 Pak NZl Abu Dhabi 03 Dec 2018
6 Shan Masood 156 0 Pak Eng Manchester 05 Aug 2020

It also provides the ninth occasion of a batsman’s century and duck in a test going in vain against England. All such occasions are tabulated below

No Player FI SI Team Opp Ground Start Date
1 WL Murdoch 0 153* Aus Eng The Oval 06 Sep 1880
2 GHS Trott 0 143 Aus Eng Lord’s 22 Jun 1896
3 RH Catterall 0 120 SAF Eng Birmingham 14 Jun 1924
4 JHW Fingleton 100 0 Aus Eng Brisbane 04 Dec 1936
5 VL Manjrekar 133 0 Ind Eng Leeds 05 Jun 1952
6 GN Yallop 0 114 Aus Eng Manchester 13 Aug 1981
7 MEK Hussey 0 121 Aus Eng The Oval 20 Aug 2009
8 RL Chase 0 102* Win Eng Gros Islet 09 Feb 2019
9 Shan Masood 156 0 Pak Eng Manchester 05 Aug 2020

It also provides the ninth occasion of a batsman’s century and duck in a test going in vain at Manchester. All such occasions are tabulated below

No Player FI SI Team Opp Ground Start Date
1 GA Faulkner 122* 0 SAF Aus Manchester 27 May 1912
2 GN Yallop 0 114 Aus Eng Manchester 13 Aug 1981
3 Shan Masood 156 0 Pak Eng Manchester 05 Aug 2020

Shan Masood’s 156 and duck in the just concluded Manchester test between Pakistan and England was  in vain to provide the 51st occasion of a batsman’s 150 plus runs and duck  in a losing cause in the history of test cricket. All such occasions are tabulated below. Shan Masood became the first Pakistan batsman to witness his 150 plus runs and a duck in a losing cause.

No Player FI SI Team Opp Ground Start Date
1 WL Murdoch 0 153* Aus Eng The Oval 06 Sep 1880
2 AC Hudson 163 0 SAF Win Bridgetown 18 Apr 1992
3 SL Campbell 170 0 Win NZl Hamilton 16 Dec 1999
4 RT Ponting 242 0 Aus Ind Adelaide 12 Dec 2003
5 BC Lara 153 0 Win Pak Kingston 03 Jun 2005
6 Tamim Iqbal 0 151 Ban Ind Dhaka 24 Jan 2010
7 FDM Karunaratne 0 152 Srl NZl Christchurch 26 Dec 2014
8 Shakib Al Hasan 217 0 Ban NZl Wellington 12 Jan 2017
9 Shan Masood 156 0 Pak Eng Manchester 05 Aug 2020

Shan Masood’s  156 and duck in the just concluded Manchester test between Pakistan and England was  in vain to provide the 18th occasion of an opening batsman’s century and duck  in a losing cause in the history of test cricket.

It also provides the third occasion of a Pakistan opening batsman’s century and duck in a test going in vain. All such occasions are tabulated below

No Player Bat1 Bat2 Team Opp Ground Start Date
1 Imtiaz Ahmed 122 0 Pak Win Kingston 26 Feb 1958
2 Sadiq Mohd 105 0 Pak Aus Melbourne 01 Jan 1977
3 Shan Masood 156 0 Pak Eng Manchester 05 Aug 2020

It also provides the second occasion of an opening batsman’s century and duck in a test going in vain against England. Both such occasions are tabulated below. 6It is interesting to note that Shan Masood’s feat was after 84 years. Prior to this Australian JW Fingleton’s 100 and duck went in vain in Dec 1936 against England.

No Player Bat1 Bat2 Team Opp Ground Start Date
1 JHW Fingleton 100 0 Aus Eng Brisbane 04 Dec 1936
2 Shan Masood 156 0 Pak Eng Manchester 05 Aug 2020

Shan Masood’s  156 and duck in the just concluded Manchester test between Pakistan and England was  in vain to provide the 18th occasion of an opening batsman’s 150 plus runs and duck  in a losing cause in the history of test cricket. All such occasions are tabulated below

No Player Bat1 Bat2 Team Opp Ground Start Date
1 AC Hudson 163 0 SAF Win Bridgetown 18 Apr 1992
2 SL Campbell 170 0 Win NZl Hamilton 16 Dec 1999
3 MS Atapattu 120 0 Srl SAF Kandy 30 Jul 2000
4 Tamim Iqbal 0 151 Ban Ind Dhaka 24 Jan 2010
5 FDM Karunaratne 0 152 Srl NZl Christchurch 26 Dec 2014
6 Shan Masood 156 0 Pak Eng Manchester 05 Aug 2020

JC Buttler scored 75 in this test to provide the 218th occasion of an England wicket keeper batsman scoring a fifty in a test innings. It also provides the 115th occasion of an England wicket keeper batsman scoring a fifty in a test innings on home soil.

JC Buttler scored 75 in this test to provide the 19th occasion of an England wicket keeper batsman scoring a fifty in a test innings. It also provides the 13th occasion of an England wicket keeper batsman scoring a fifty in a test innings on home soil and also the third such occasion at Manchester against Pakistan. The other two occasions are – 59 by BN French in Jul 1967 and 58 by JM Bairstow in Jul 2016. Thus JC Buttler’s 75 in this game represent the highest individual score by a England wicket keeper batsman against Pakistan at Manchester.

JC Buttler scored 75 in this test to provide the eighth occasion of his scoring a fifty an England wicket keeper batsman in a test innings. It also provides the first occasion of his scoring a fifty an England wicket keeper batsman in a test innings against Pakistan.

JC Buttler-CR Woakes added 139 runs for the sixth wicket to provide the 95th occasion of England batsmen posting a three figure partnership against Pakistan. It also provides the 61st such occasion on home soil

JC Buttler-CR Woakes added 139 runs for the sixth wicket to provide the ekevnth occasion of England batsmen posting a three figure partnership against Pakistan for the sixth wicket. It also provides the sixth such occasion on home soil and also the first such occasion at Manchester.

JC Buttler-CR Woakes aaded 139 runs for the sixth wicket to provide the second occasion of England batsmen posting a three figure partnership for the sixth wicket against Pakistan in the fourth innings of a test. It also provides the first such occasion on home soil

No Partners Wkt Runs I Ground Start Date
1 RW Barber, ER Dexter 6 101* 4 Lahore 21 Oct 1961
2 JC Buttler, CR Woakes 6 139 4 Manchester 05 Aug 2020

JC Buttler-CR Woakes aaded 139 runs for the sixth wicket to provide the eighth occasion of England batsmen posting a three figure partnership against Pakistan in the fourth innings of a test. It also provides the first such occasion on home soil

No Partners Wkt Runs I Ground Start Date
1 RW Barber, ER Dexter 6 101* 4 Lahore 21 Oct 1961
2 G Boycott, JM Brearley 1 185 4 Hyd-Pak 02 Jan 1978
3 G Fowler, CJ Tavare 1 103 4 Leeds 26 Aug 1982
4 MA Atherton, AJ Stewart 2 154 4 Lord’s 25 Jul 1996
5 MA Atherton, ME Trescothick 1 146 4 Manchester 31 May 2001
6 AJ Strauss, IJL Trott 2 111* 4 Birmingham 06 Aug 2010
7 IR Bell, JE Root 3 102 4 Dubai-DSC 22 Oct 2015
8 JC Buttler, CR Woakes 6 139 4 Manchester 05 Aug 2020

CR Woakes scored 84 not out in this game to provide the 21st occasion of an England batsman scoring a fifty against Pakistan in the fourth innings of a test. It also provides the 12th such occasion on home soil

JC Buttler scored 75 and CR Woakes scored 84 not out in this game to provide the seventh occasion of two England batsmen scoring fifties against Pakistan in the fourth innings of a test. It also provides the fifth such occasion on home soil

JC Buttler scored 75 and CR Woakes scored 84 not out in this game to provide the second occasion of two England batsmen batting at number six and seven scoring fifties against any opposition in the fourth innings of a test.

No Pos Player Runs I Opp Ground Start Date
1 6 JM Bairstow 54 4 SAF Lord’s 16 Aug 2012
  7 MJ Prior 73 4 SAF Lord’s 16 Aug 2012
               
2 6 JC Buttler 75 4 Pak Manchester 05 Aug 2020
  7 CR Woakes 84* 4 Pak Manchester 05 Aug 2020

JC Buttler scored 75 and CR Woakes scored 84 not out in this game to provide the first occasion of two England batsmen batting at number six and seven scoring fifties against Pakistan in the fourth innings of a test.

England won this game by three wickets to carve its 374th win in tests. It also represents its 223rd win on home soil.

England won this game by three wickets to carve its 26th win in tests against Pakistan. It also represents its 24th win on home soil against Pakistan

England won this game by three wickets to carve its second win in tests against Pakistan by three wickets margin. It also represents its second such win on home soil against Pakistan. The other occasion was at Leeds in August 1982.

Shan Masood’s 156 in this game was in a losing cause to provide the 61st occasion of a Pakistan’s batsman’s century going in vain. It also provides the 45th such occasion against England in England.

Shan Masood’s 156 in this game was in a losing cause to provide the 32nd occasion of a Pakistan’s batsman’s century going in vain against England. It also provides the eighth such occasion against England in England.

Shan Masood’s 156 in this game was in a losing cause to provide the 13th occasion of a Pakistan’s opening batsman’s century going in vain against England. It also provides the fifth such occasion against England in England.

Shan Masood became the first Pakistan batsman to witness his 150 plus runs and a duck in a losing cause.

Shan Masood became the first Pakistan batsman to witness his 150 plus runs and a duck in a losing cause.

Shan Masood’s 156 and duck in the just concluded Manchester test between Pakistan and England was  in vain to provide the 51st occasion of a batsman’s century and duck  in a losing cause in the history of test cricket. All such occasions are tabulated below

No Player FI SI Team Opp Ground Start Date
1 WL Murdoch 0 153* Aus Eng The Oval 06 Sep 1880
2 GHS Trott 0 143 Aus Eng Lord’s 22 Jun 1896
3 JH Sinclair 0 104 SAF Aus Cape Town 08 Nov 1902
4 G Gunn 122* 0 Eng Aus Sydney 21 Feb 1908
5 GA Faulkner 122* 0 SAF Aus Manchester 27 May 1912
6 RH Catterall 0 120 SAF Eng Birmingham 14 Jun 1924
7 FE Woolley 0 123 Eng Aus Sydney 19 Dec 1924
8 JHW Fingleton 100 0 Aus Eng Brisbane 04 Dec 1936
9 MH Mankad 111 0 Ind Aus Melbourne 06 Feb 1948
10 VL Manjrekar 133 0 Ind Eng Leeds 05 Jun 1952
11 Imtiaz Ahmed 122 0 Pak Win Kingston 26 Feb 1958
12 IM Chappell 138 0 Aus Ind Delhi 28 Nov 1969
13 AI Kallicharran 0 103* Win Ind Trinidad 07 Apr 1976
14 Sadiq Mohd 105 0 Pak Aus Melbourne 01 Jan 1977
15 GN Yallop 0 114 Aus Eng Manchester 13 Aug 1981
16 GR Marsh 118 0 Aus NZl Auckland 13 Mar 1986
17 NS Sidhu 116 0 Ind Win Kingston 28 Apr 1989
18 DI Gower 100 0 Eng Aus Melbourne 26 Dec 1990
19 AC Hudson 163 0 SAF Win Bridgetown 18 Apr 1992
20 A Ranatunga 127 0 Srl Aus Col-SSC 17 Aug 1992
21 MD Crowe 0 107 NZl Srl Col-SSC 06 Dec 1992
22 CC Lewis 0 117 Eng Ind Chennai 11 Feb 1993
23 MA Atherton 144 0 Eng Win Georgetown 17 Mar 1994
24 M Prabhakar 120 0* Ind Win Mohali 10 Dec 1994
25 GP Thorpe 123 0 Eng Aus Perth 03 Feb 1995
26 Mohd Wasim 0 109* Pak NZl Lahore 21 Nov 1996
27 CL Hooper 0 106 Win Pak Karachi 06 Dec 1997
28 GA Hick 107 0 Eng Srl The Oval 27 Aug 1998
29 SR Tendulkar 0 136 Ind Pak Chennai 28 Jan 1999
30 SL Campbell 170 0 Win NZl Hamilton 16 Dec 1999
31 MS Atapattu 120 0 Srl SAF Kandy 30 Jul 2000
32 D Ganga 0 113 Win Aus Georgetown 10 Apr 2003
33 Javed Omar 119 0 Ban Pak Peshawar 27 Aug 2003
34 RT Ponting 242 0 Aus Ind Adelaide 12 Dec 2003
35 S Chanderpaul 0 109 Win SAF Durban 26 Dec 2003
36 Younis Khan 147 0 Pak Ind Kolkata 16 Mar 2005
37 BC Lara 153 0 Win Pak Kingston 03 Jun 2005
38 Mohd Ashraful 0 129* Ban Srl Col-PSS 03 Jul 2007
39 M Jayawardene 104 0 Srl Aus Hobart 16 Nov 2007
40 MEK Hussey 0 121 Aus Eng The Oval 20 Aug 2009
41 Tamim Iqbal 0 151 Ban Ind Dhaka 24 Jan 2010
42 AN Cook 115 0 Eng SAF The Oval 19 Jul 2012
43 DG Brownlie 0 109 NZl SAF Cape Town 02 Jan 2013
44 S Dhawan 0 115 Ind NZl Auckland 06 Feb 2014
45 FDM Karunaratne 0 152 Srl NZl Christchurch 26 Dec 2014
46 KK Jennings 112 0 Eng Ind Mumbai 08 Dec 2016
47 Shakib Al Hasan 217 0 Ban NZl Wellington 12 Jan 2017
48 Asad Shafiq 104 0 Pak NZl Abu Dhabi 03 Dec 2018
49 RL Chase 0 102* Win Eng Gros Islet 09 Feb 2019
50 Q de Kock 111 0 SAF Ind Vizag 02 Oct 2019
51 Shan Masood 156 0 Pak Eng Manchester 05 Aug 2020

It also provides the sixth occasion of a Pakistan batsman’s century and duck in a test going in vain. All such occasions are tabulated below

No Player FI SI Team Opp Ground Start Date
1 Imtiaz Ahmed 122 0 Pak Win Kingston 26 Feb 1958
2 Sadiq Mohd 105 0 Pak Aus Melbourne 01 Jan 1977
3 Mohd Wasim 0 109* Pak NZl Lahore 21 Nov 1996
4 Younis Khan 147 0 Pak Ind Kolkata 16 Mar 2005
5 Asad Shafiq 104 0 Pak NZl Abu Dhabi 03 Dec 2018
6 Shan Masood 156 0 Pak Eng Manchester 05 Aug 2020

It also provides the ninth occasion of a batsman’s century and duck in a test going in vain against England  All such occasions are tabulated below

No Player FI SI Team Opp Ground Start Date
1 WL Murdoch 0 153* Aus Eng The Oval 06 Sep 1880
2 GHS Trott 0 143 Aus Eng Lord’s 22 Jun 1896
3 RH Catterall 0 120 SAF Eng Birmingham 14 Jun 1924
4 JHW Fingleton 100 0 Aus Eng Brisbane 04 Dec 1936
5 VL Manjrekar 133 0 Ind Eng Leeds 05 Jun 1952
6 GN Yallop 0 114 Aus Eng Manchester 13 Aug 1981
7 MEK Hussey 0 121 Aus Eng The Oval 20 Aug 2009
8 RL Chase 0 102* Win Eng Gros Islet 09 Feb 2019
9 Shan Masood 156 0 Pak Eng Manchester 05 Aug 2020

It also provides the ninth occasion of a batsman’s century and duck in a test going in vain at Manchester. All such occasions are tabulated below

No Player FI SI Team Opp Ground Start Date
1 GA Faulkner 122* 0 SAF Aus Manchester 27 May 1912
2 GN Yallop 0 114 Aus Eng Manchester 13 Aug 1981
3 Shan Masood 156 0 Pak Eng Manchester 05 Aug 2020

Shan Masood’s 156 and duck in the just concluded Manchester test between Pakistan and England was  in vain to provide the 51st occasion of a batsman’s 150 plus runs and duck  in a losing cause in the history of test cricket. All such occasions are tabulated below. Shan Masood became the first Pakistan batsman to witness his 150 plus runs and a duck in a losing cause.

No Player FI SI Team Opp Ground Start Date
1 WL Murdoch 0 153* Aus Eng The Oval 06 Sep 1880
2 AC Hudson 163 0 SAF Win Bridgetown 18 Apr 1992
3 SL Campbell 170 0 Win NZl Hamilton 16 Dec 1999
4 RT Ponting 242 0 Aus Ind Adelaide 12 Dec 2003
5 BC Lara 153 0 Win Pak Kingston 03 Jun 2005
6 Tamim Iqbal 0 151 Ban Ind Dhaka 24 Jan 2010
7 FDM Karunaratne 0 152 Srl NZl Christchurch 26 Dec 2014
8 Shakib Al Hasan 217 0 Ban NZl Wellington 12 Jan 2017
9 Shan Masood 156 0 Pak Eng Manchester 05 Aug 2020
Shan Masood scores a century and a duck at Manchester

Shan Masood scores a century and a duck at Manchester

Shan Masood of Pakistan scored 156 and Zero in the ongoing test against England at Manchester. His feat provides the 18th occasion of a Pakistan batsman scoring a century and a zero in a test, All such occasions are tabulated below

Nov Player FI SI Team Opp Ground Match Date
1 Imtiaz Ahmed 209 0 Pak NZl Lahore 26 Oct 1955
2 Imtiaz Ahmed 122 0 Pak Win Kingston 26 Feb 1958
3 Hanif Mohd 160 0 Pak Ind Mum-BS 02 Dec 1960
4 Javed Burki 140 0 Pak Eng Dhaka 19 Jan 1962
5 Asif Iqbal 0 152* Pak Aus Adelaide 24 Dec 1976
6 Sadiq Mohd 105 0 Pak Aus Melbourne 01 Jan 1977
7 Asif Iqbal 0 104 Pak Ind Faisalabad 16 Oct 1978
8 Ijaz Ahmed 122 0 Pak Aus Faisalabad 23 Sep 1988
9 Mohd Wasim 0 109* Pak NZl Lahore 21 Nov 1996
10 Saeed Anwar 0 188* Pak Ind Kolkata 16 Feb 1999
11 Shahid Afridi 107 0 Pak Win Sharjah 07 Feb 2002
12 Younis Khan 147 0 Pak Ind Kolkata 16 Mar 2005
13 Azhar Ali 0 136 Pak Srl Pallekele 08 Jul 2012
14 Shoaib Malik 245 0 Pak Eng Abu Dhabi 13 Oct 2015
15 Misbah-ul-Haq 114 0 Pak Eng Lord’s 14 Jul 2016
16 Asad Shafiq 104 0 Pak NZl Abu Dhabi 03 Dec 2018
17 Azhar Ali 0 118 Pak Srl Karachi 19 Dec 2019
18 Shan Masood 156 0 Pak Eng Manchester 05 Aug 2020

Shan Masood’s feat provides the 35th occasion of a batsman performing such a feat against England. All such occasions are tabulated below

Nov Player FI SI Team Opp Ground Match Date
1 WL Murdoch 0 153* Aus Eng The Oval 06 Sep 1880
2 GHS Trott 0 143 Aus Eng Lord’s 22 Jun 1896
3 C Hill 188 0 Aus Eng Melbourne 29 Jan 1898
4 DG Bradman 0 103* Aus Eng Melbourne 30 Dec 1932
5 JHW Fingleton 100 0 Aus Eng Brisbane 04 Dec 1936
6 DG Bradman 138 0 Aus Eng Nov ttingham 10 Jun 1948
7 SG Barnes 0 141 Aus Eng Lord’s 24 Jun 1948
8 RN Harvey 122 0 Aus Eng Manchester 09 Jul 1953
9 GN Yallop 0 114 Aus Eng Manchester 13 Aug 1981
10 DC Boon 103 0 Aus Eng Adelaide 12 Dec 1986
11 AC Gilchrist 0 102* Aus Eng Perth 14 Dec 2006
12 MEK Hussey 0 121 Aus Eng The Oval 20 Aug 2009
13 P Roy 140 0 Ind Eng Mum-BS 14 Dec 1951
14 VL Manjrekar 133 0 Ind Eng Leeds 05 Jun 1952
15 VL Manjrekar 108 0 Ind Eng Chennai 10 Jan 1964
16 DB Vengsarkar 0 103 Ind Eng Lord’s 02 Aug 1979
17 V Sehwag 106 0 Ind Eng Nov ttingham 08 Aug 2002
18 R Dravid 136 0 Ind Eng Mohali 19 Dec 2008
19 JG Wright 116 0 NZl Eng Wellington 06 Feb 1992
20 Javed Burki 140 0 Pak Eng Dhaka 19 Jan 1962
21 Shoaib Malik 245 0 Pak Eng Abu Dhabi 13 Oct 2015
22 Misbah-ul-Haq 114 0 Pak Eng Lord’s 14 Jul 2016
23 RH Catterall 0 120 SAF Eng Birmingham 14 Jun 1924
24 MV Boucher 0 108 SAF Eng Durban 26 Dec 1999
25 IM Barrow 105 0 Win Eng Manchester 22 Jul 1933
26 GS Sobers 0 113* Win Eng Kingston 08 Feb 1968
27 CA Davis 103 0 Win Eng Lord’s 26 Jun 1969
28 RC Fredericks 0 138 Win Eng Lord’s 17 Jun 1976
29 IVA Richards 0 182* Win Eng Bridgetown 13 Mar 1981
30 DL Haynes 0 109 Win Eng Bridgetown 05 Apr 1990
31 RB Richardson 104 0 Win Eng Birmingham 25 Jul 1991
32 S Chanderpaul 118 0 Win Eng Georgetown 27 Feb 1998
33 SO Dowrich 0 116* Win Eng Bridgetown 23 Jan 2019
34 RL Chase 0 102* Win Eng Gros Islet 09 Feb 2019
35 Shan Masood 156 0 Pak Eng Manchester 05 Aug 2020

Shan Masood’s feat provides the fouth occasion of a Pakistan batsman performing such a feat against England. All such occasions are tabulated below. It is interesting to note that all the four batsmen have scored zero in their second innings.

Nov Player FI SI Team Opp Ground Match Date
1 Javed Burki 140 0 Pak Eng Dhaka 19 Jan 1962
2 Shoaib Malik 245 0 Pak Eng Abu Dhabi 13 Oct 2015
3 Misbah-ul-Haq 114 0 Pak Eng Lord’s 14 Jul 2016
4 Shan Masood 156 0 Pak Eng Manchester 05 Aug 2020