Category: Test Matches

Pakistan batsman’s century in a Test innings in a losing cause.

Babar Azam’s 104 in the just concluded test against Australia at Brisbane was in a losing cause to provide the  59th occasion of a Pakistan batman’s century going in vain. All such occasions are tabulated below

No Player Runs Inns Opposition Ground Start Date
1 Imtiaz Ahmed 122 1 v West Indies Kingston 26 Feb 1958
2 Wazir Mohammad 106 3 v West Indies Kingston 26 Feb 1958
3 Saeed Ahmed 150 1 v West Indies Georgetown 13 Mar 1958
4 Saeed Ahmed 166 3 v Australia Lahore 21 Nov 1959
5 Javed Burki 138 1 v England Lahore 21 Oct 1961
6 Javed Burki 101 3 v England Lord’s 21 Jun 1962
7 Nasim-ul-Ghani 101 3 v England Lord’s 21 Jun 1962
8 Asif Iqbal 146 3 v England The Oval 24 Aug 1967
9 Sadiq Mohammad 137 2 v Australia Melbourne 29 Dec 1972
10 Majid Khan 158 2 v Australia Melbourne 29 Dec 1972
11 Mushtaq Mohammad 121 2 v Australia Sydney 06 Jan 1973
12 Sadiq Mohammad 105 2 v Australia Melbourne 01 Jan 1977
13 Asif Iqbal 135 4 v West Indies Kingston 15 Apr 1977
14 Javed Miandad 129* 1 v Australia Perth 24 Mar 1979
15 Asif Iqbal 134* 3 v Australia Perth 24 Mar 1979
16 Ijaz Ahmed 121 4 v Australia Melbourne 12 Jan 1990
17 Basit Ali 103 1 v New Zealand Christchurch 24 Feb 1994
18 Moin Khan 117* 4 v Sri Lanka Sialkot 22 Sep 1995
19 Mohammad Wasim 109* 4 v New Zealand Lahore 21 Nov 1996
20 Saeed Anwar 145 1 v Australia Rawalpindi 01 Oct 1998
21 Saeed Anwar 119 3 v Australia Brisbane 05 Nov 1999
22 Inzamam-ul-Haq 118 3 v Australia Hobart 18 Nov 1999
23 Ijaz Ahmed 115 3 v Australia Perth 26 Nov 1999
24 Younis Khan 107 3 v Sri Lanka Rawalpindi 26 Feb 2000
25 Mohammad Yousuf 103* 1 v West Indies St John’s 25 May 2000
26 Inzamam-ul-Haq 142 1 v England Karachi 07 Dec 2000
27 Mohammad Yousuf 117 1 v England Karachi 07 Dec 2000
28 Taufeeq Umar 135 2 v South Africa Cape Town 02 Jan 2003
29 Mohammad Yousuf 112 3 v India Multan 28 Mar 2004
30 Mohammad Yousuf 111 1 v Australia Melbourne 26 Dec 2004
31 Salman Butt 108 1 v Australia Sydney 02 Jan 2005
32 Younis Khan 147 2 v India Kolkata 16 Mar 2005
33 Mohammad Yousuf 104 2 v India Kolkata 16 Mar 2005
34 Shahid Afridi 122 4 v West Indies Bridgetown 26 May 2005
35 Younis Khan 173 2 v England Leeds 04 Aug 2006
36 Mohammad Yousuf 192 2 v England Leeds 04 Aug 2006
37 Mohammad Yousuf 128 2 v England The Oval 17 Aug 2006
38 Younis Khan 126 4 v South Africa Karachi 01 Oct 2007
39 Mohammad Yousuf 112 2 v Sri Lanka Galle 04 Jul 2009
40 Fawad Alam 168 3 v Sri Lanka Colombo (PSS) 12 Jul 2009
41 Umar Akmal 129 2 v New Zealand Dunedin 24 Nov 2009
42 Salman Butt 102 2 v Australia Hobart 14 Jan 2010
43 Younis Khan 111 1 v South Africa Cape Town 14 Feb 2013
44 Asad Shafiq 111 1 v South Africa Cape Town 14 Feb 2013
45 Asad Shafiq 130 3 v South Africa Dubai (DSC) 23 Oct 2013
46 Younis Khan 177 1 v Sri Lanka Galle 06 Aug 2014
47 Sarfaraz Ahmed 103 2 v Sri Lanka Colombo (SSC) 14 Aug 2014
48 Mohammad Hafeez 197 1 v New Zealand Sharjah 26 Nov 2014
49 Asad Shafiq 137 3 v New Zealand Sharjah 26 Nov 2014
50 Azhar Ali 117 3 v Sri Lanka Colombo (PSS) 25 Jun 2015
51 Azhar Ali 139 2 v England Birmingham 03 Aug 2016
52 Asad Shafiq 137 4 v Australia Brisbane 15 Dec 2016
53 Azhar Ali 205* 1 v Australia Melbourne 26 Dec 2016
54 Younis Khan 175* 2 v Australia Sydney 03 Jan 2017
55 Azhar Ali 105 2 v West Indies Bridgetown 30 Apr 2017
56 Asad Shafiq 112 4 v Sri Lanka Dubai (DSC) 06 Oct 2017
57 Azhar Ali 134 2 v New Zealand Abu Dhabi 03 Dec 2018
58 Asad Shafiq 104 2 v New Zealand Abu Dhabi 03 Dec 2018
59 Babar Azam 104 3 v Australia Brisbane 21 Nov 2019

It also provides the 19th occasion of a Pakistan batsman’s century in a losing cause against Australia. All such occasions are listed below.

No Player Runs Inns Opposition Ground Start Date
1 Saeed Ahmed 166 3 v Australia Lahore 21 Nov 1959
2 Sadiq Mohammad 137 2 v Australia Melbourne 29 Dec 1972
3 Majid Khan 158 2 v Australia Melbourne 29 Dec 1972
4 Mushtaq Mohammad 121 2 v Australia Sydney 06 Jan 1973
5 Sadiq Mohammad 105 2 v Australia Melbourne 01 Jan 1977
6 Javed Miandad 129* 1 v Australia Perth 24 Mar 1979
7 Asif Iqbal 134* 3 v Australia Perth 24 Mar 1979
8 Ijaz Ahmed 121 4 v Australia Melbourne 12 Jan 1990
9 Saeed Anwar 145 1 v Australia Rawalpindi 01 Oct 1998
10 Saeed Anwar 119 3 v Australia Brisbane 05 Nov 1999
11 Inzamam-ul-Haq 118 3 v Australia Hobart 18 Nov 1999
12 Ijaz Ahmed 115 3 v Australia Perth 26 Nov 1999
13 Mohammad Yousuf 111 1 v Australia Melbourne 26 Dec 2004
14 Salman Butt 108 1 v Australia Sydney 02 Jan 2005
15 Salman Butt 102 2 v Australia Hobart 14 Jan 2010
16 Asad Shafiq 137 4 v Australia Brisbane 15 Dec 2016
17 Azhar Ali 205* 1 v Australia Melbourne 26 Dec 2016
18 Younis Khan 175* 2 v Australia Sydney 03 Jan 2017
19 Babar Azam 104 3 v Australia Brisbane 21 Nov 2019

It also provides the 16th occasion of a Pakistan batsman’s century in the third innings of a test in a losing cause against Australia. All such occasions are listed below.

No Player Runs Inns Opposition Ground Start Date
1 Wazir Mohammad 106 3 v West Indies Kingston 26 Feb 1958
2 Saeed Ahmed 166 3 v Australia Lahore 21 Nov 1959
3 Javed Burki 101 3 v England Lord’s 21 Jun 1962
4 Nasim-ul-Ghani 101 3 v England Lord’s 21 Jun 1962
5 Asif Iqbal 146 3 v England The Oval 24 Aug 1967
6 Asif Iqbal 134* 3 v Australia Perth 24 Mar 1979
7 Saeed Anwar 119 3 v Australia Brisbane 05 Nov 1999
8 Inzamam-ul-Haq 118 3 v Australia Hobart 18 Nov 1999
9 Ijaz Ahmed 115 3 v Australia Perth 26 Nov 1999
10 Younis Khan 107 3 v Sri Lanka Rawalpindi 26 Feb 2000
11 Mohammad Yousuf 112 3 v India Multan 28 Mar 2004
12 Fawad Alam 168 3 v Sri Lanka Colombo (PSS) 12 Jul 2009
13 Asad Shafiq 130 3 v South Africa Dubai (DSC) 23 Oct 2013
14 Asad Shafiq 137 3 v New Zealand Sharjah 26 Nov 2014
15 Azhar Ali 117 3 v Sri Lanka Colombo (PSS) 25 Jun 2015
16 Babar Azam 104 3 v Australia Brisbane 21 Nov 2019

It also provides the sixth occasion of a Pakistan batsman’s century in the third innings of a test in a losing cause against Australia. All such occasions are listed below.

No Player Runs Inns Opposition Ground Start Date
1 Saeed Ahmed 166 3 v Australia Lahore 21 Nov 1959
2 Asif Iqbal 134* 3 v Australia Perth 24 Mar 1979
3 Saeed Anwar 119 3 v Australia Brisbane 05 Nov 1999
4 Inzamam-ul-Haq 118 3 v Australia Hobart 18 Nov 1999
5 Ijaz Ahmed 115 3 v Australia Perth 26 Nov 1999
6 Babar Azam 104 3 v Australia Brisbane 21 Nov 2019

Openers scoring a century and a ninety in the same innings of a Test.

Australian openers JA Burns {97} and DA Warner {154} scored ninety and hundred against Pakistan at Brisbane to provide the 27th occasion of openers scoring a ninety and a hundred against various oppositions. The following table furnishes all such occasions

No No Player Runs Inns Team Oppn Ground Start Date
1 1 C Washbrook 102 3 Eng Win Nottingham 20 Jul 1950
  2 RT Simpson 94 3 Eng Win Nottingham 20 Jul 1950
                 
2 1 JB Stollmeyer 152 1 Win NZl Auckland 15 Feb 1952
  2 AF Rae 99 1 Win NZl Auckland 15 Feb 1952
                 
3 1 DJ McGlew 108 1 SAF Aus Johannesburg 23 Dec 1957
  2 TL Goddard 90 1 SAF Aus Johannesburg 23 Dec 1957
                 
4 1 Hanif Mohammad 337 3 Pak Win Bridgetown 17 Jan 1958
  2 Imtiaz Ahmed 91 3 Pak Win Bridgetown 17 Jan 1958
                 
5 1 JKC Holt 123 2 Win Ind Delhi 06 Feb 1959
  2 CC Hunte 92 2 Win Ind Delhi 06 Feb 1959
                 
6 1 WM Lawry 157 2 Aus SAF Melbourne 01 Jan 1964
  2 IR Redpath 97 2 Aus SAF Melbourne 01 Jan 1964
                 
7 1 Khalid Ibadulla 166 1 Pak Aus Karachi 24 Oct 1964
  2 Abdul Kadir 95 1 Pak Aus Karachi 24 Oct 1964
                 
8 1 JH Edrich 146 2 Eng Win Bridgetown 29 Feb 1968
  2 G Boycott 90 2 Eng Win Bridgetown 29 Feb 1968
                 
9 1 DL Amiss 174 3 Eng Win Port of Spain 02 Feb 1974
  2 G Boycott 93 3 Eng Win Port of Spain 02 Feb 1974
                 
10 1 LG Rowe 120 2 Win Eng Kingston 16 Feb 1974
  2 RC Fredericks 94 2 Win Eng Kingston 16 Feb 1974
                 
11 1 Sadiq Mohammad 103* 1 Pak NZl Hyd-Pak 23 Oct 1976
  2 Majid Khan 98 1 Pak NZl Hyd-Pak 23 Oct 1976
                 
12 1 DL Haynes 122 3 Win NZl Christchurch 22 Feb 1980
  2 CG Greenidge 97 3 Win NZl Christchurch 22 Feb 1980
                 
13 1 Mudassar Nazar 152 2 Pak Ind Karachi 30 Jan 1983
  2 Mohsin Khan 91 2 Pak Ind Karachi 30 Jan 1983
                 
14 1 DC Boon 131 2 Aus Ind Sydney 02 Jan 1986
  2 GR Marsh 92 2 Aus Ind Sydney 02 Jan 1986
                 
15 1 K Srikkanth 123 2 Ind Pak Chennai 03 Feb 1987
  2 SM Gavaskar 91 2 Ind Pak Chennai 03 Feb 1987
                 
16 1 TJ Franklin 101 2 NZl Eng Lord’s 21 Jun 1990
  2 JG Wright 98 2 NZl Eng Lord’s 21 Jun 1990
                 
17 1 NS Sidhu 104 3 Ind Srl Col-SSC 27 Jul 1993
  2 M Prabhakar 95 3 Ind Srl Col-SSC 27 Jul 1993
                 
18 1 MA Taylor 142* 3 Aus NZl Perth 12 Nov 1993
  2 MJ Slater 99 3 Aus NZl Perth 12 Nov 1993
                 
19 V MJ Slater 219 2 Aus Srl Perth 08 Dec 1995
    MA Taylor 96 2 Aus Srl Perth 08 Dec 1995
                 
20 1 JL Langer 123 1 Aus NZl Hobart 22 Nov 2001
  2 ML Hayden 91 1 Aus NZl Hobart 22 Nov 2001
                 
21 1 G Gambhir 104 3 Ind Aus Mohali 17 Oct 2008
  2 V Sehwag 90 3 Ind Aus Mohali 17 Oct 2008
                 
22 1 AJ Strauss 161 1 Eng Aus Lord’s 16 Jul 2009
  2 AN Cook 95 1 Eng Aus Lord’s 16 Jul 2009
                 
23 1 Ahmed Shehzad 176 1 Pak NZl Abu Dhabi 09 Nov 2014
  2 Mohammad Hafeez 96 1 Pak NZl Abu Dhabi 09 Nov 2014
                 
24 1 DA Warner 101 1 Aus Ind Sydney 06 Jan 2015
  2 CJL Rogers 95 1 Aus Ind Sydney 06 Jan 2015
                 
25 1 Sami Aslam 90 1 Pak Win Dubai-DSC 13 Oct 2016
  2 Azhar Ali 302* 1 Pak Win Dubai-DSC 13 Oct 2016
                 
26 1 D Elgar 199 1 SAF Ban Potchefstroom 28 Sep 2017
  2 AK Makram 97 1 SAF Ban Potchefstroom 28 Sep 2017
                 
27 1 DA Warner 154 1 Aus Pak Brisbane 21 Nov 2019
  2 JA Burns 97 1 Aus Pak Brisbane 21 Nov 2019

Australian openers JA Burns {97} and DA Warner {154} scored ninety and hundred against Pakistan at Brisbane to provide the seventh occasion of Australian openers scoring a ninety and a hundred against various oppositions. The following table furnishes all such occasions

No No Player Runs Inns Team Oppn Ground Start Date
1 1 WM Lawry 157 2 Aus SAF Melbourne 01 Jan 1964
  2 IR Redpath 97 2 Aus SAF Melbourne 01 Jan 1964
                 
2 1 DC Boon 131 2 Aus Ind Sydney 02 Jan 1986
  2 GR Marsh 92 2 Aus Ind Sydney 02 Jan 1986
                 
3 1 MA Taylor 142* 3 Aus NZl Perth 12 Nov 1993
  2 MJ Slater 99 3 Aus NZl Perth 12 Nov 1993
                 
4 1 MJ Slater 219 2 Aus Srl Perth 08 Dec 1995
  2 MA Taylor 96 2 Aus Srl Perth 08 Dec 1995
                 
5 1 JL Langer 123 1 Aus NZl Hobart 22 Nov 2001
  2 ML Hayden 91 1 Aus NZl Hobart 22 Nov 2001
                 
6 1 DA Warner 101 1 Aus Ind Sydney 06 Jan 2015
  2 CJL Rogers 95 1 Aus Ind Sydney 06 Jan 2015
                 
7 1 DA Warner 154 1 Aus Pak Brisbane 21 Nov 2019
  2 JA Burns 97 1 Aus Pak Brisbane 21 Nov 2019

Australian openers JA Burns {97} and DA Warner {154} scored ninety and hundred against Pakistan at Brisbane to provide the second occasion of openers scoring a ninety and a hundred against Pakistan. The following table furnishes both such occasions

No No Player Runs Inns Team Oppn Ground Start Date
1 1 K Srikkanth 123 2 Ind Pak Chennai 03 Feb 1987
  2 SM Gavaskar 91 2 Ind Pak Chennai 03 Feb 1987
                 
2 1 DA Warner 154 1 Aus Pak Brisbane 21 Nov 2019
  2 JA Burns 97 1 Aus Pak Brisbane 21 Nov 2019

Australian batsmen posting 200 plus runs for the first wicket in a Test innings

JA Burns-DA Warner of Australia posted 222 runs partnership for the first wicket at Brisbane in the ongoing test against Pakistan to provide the 145th occasion of Australian batsmen posting a 200 plus runs partnership for various wickets. It also provides the 24th occasion of Australian batsmen posting 200 plus runs partnership for the opening wicket. All such occasions are tabulated below.

No Partners Wkt Runs Inns Opposition Ground Start Date
1 WA Brown, JHW Fingleton 1 233 1 v South Africa Cape Town 01 Jan 1936
2 J Moroney, AR Morris 1 214 1 v South Africa Johannesburg 10 Feb 1950
3 WM Lawry, IR Redpath 1 219 2 v South Africa Melbourne 01 Jan 1964
4 WM Lawry, RB Simpson 1 201 1 v England Manchester 23 Jul 1964
5 WM Lawry, RB Simpson 1 382 1 v West Indies Bridgetown 5 May 1965
6 WM Lawry, RB Simpson 1 244 2 v England Adelaide 28 Jan 1966
7 DC Boon, GR Marsh 1 217 2 v India Sydney 02 Jan 1986
8 GR Marsh, MA Taylor 1 329 1 v England Nottingham 10 Aug 1989
9 MJ Slater, MA Taylor 1 260 1 v England Lord’s 17 Jun 1993
10 MJ Slater, MA Taylor 1 208 4 v England Sydney 01 Jan 1995
11 MJ Slater, MA Taylor 1 228 2 v Sri Lanka Perth 08 Dec 1995
12 GS Blewett, MJ Slater 1 269 2 v Pakistan Brisbane 05 Nov 1999
13 ML Hayden, JL Langer 1 224 1 v New Zealand Brisbane 08 Nov 2001
14 ML Hayden, JL Langer 1 223 1 v New Zealand Hobart 22 Nov 2001
15 ML Hayden, JL Langer 1 202 2 v South Africa Melbourne 26 Dec 2001
16 ML Hayden, JL Langer 1 219 1 v South Africa Sydney 02 Jan 2002
17 ML Hayden, JL Langer 1 242 3 v West Indies St John’s 09 May 2003
18 ML Hayden, JL Langer 1 255 1 v Sri Lanka Cairns 09 Jul 2004
19 ML Hayden, MEK Hussey 1 231 2 v West Indies Hobart 17 Nov 2005
20 PA Jaques, SM Katich 1 223 3 v West Indies Bridgetown 12 Jun 2008
21 EJM Cowan, DA Warner 1 214 2 v India Perth 13 Jan 2012
22 CJL Rogers, DA Warner 1 200 1 v India Sydney 06 Jan 2015
23 JA Burns, DA Warner 1 237 3 v New Zealand Brisbane 05 Nov 2015
24 JA Burns, DA Warner 1 222 2 v Pakistan Brisbane 21 Nov 2019

It also provides the second occasion of Australian batsmen posting 200 plus runs partnership for the opening wicket against Pakistan. Both such occasions are tabulated below. It is interesting to note the second 200 plus runs partnership by Australian batsman  against Pakistan was posted after a gap of 20 years.

No Partners Wkt Runs Inns Opposition Ground Start Date
1 GS Blewett, MJ Slater 1 269 2 v Pakistan Brisbane 05 Nov 1999
2 JA Burns, DA Warner 1 222 2 v Pakistan Brisbane 21 Nov 2019

It also provides the fourth occasion of Australian batsmen posting 200 plus runs partnership for the opening wicket at Brisbane. All such occasions are tabulated below.

No Partners Wkt Runs Inns Opposition Ground Start Date
1 GS Blewett, MJ Slater 1 269 2 v Pakistan Brisbane 05 Nov 1999
2 ML Hayden, JL Langer 1 224 1 v New Zealand Brisbane 08 Nov 2001
3 JA Burns, DA Warner 1 237 3 v New Zealand Brisbane 05 Nov 2015
4 JA Burns, DA Warner 1 222 2 v Pakistan Brisbane 21 Nov 2019

V Kohli becomes the sixth captain to aggregate 5000 plus runs in test cricket

V Kohli of India completed 5000 runs as captain during his knock of 136 against Bangaldesh at Kolkata in the ongoing test. He needed 32 runs to reach the landmark prior to the start of the test. At the end of India’s innings, his run aggregate read 5104. He became the sixth captain to achieve the landmark in the annals of test cricket and became the first Indian captain to achieve the feat. The following table lists the performance of six captains who have an aggregate of 5000 test runs

No Player Team Span Mat Inns NO Runs HS Aveq C HC 0
1 GC Smith SAF 2003-2014 109 193 12 8659 277 47.83 25 36 10
2 AR Border Aus 1984-1994 093 154 24 6623 205 50.94 15 36 07
3 RT Ponting Aus 2004-2010 077 140 13 6542 209 51.51 19 35 07
4 CH Lloyd Win 1974-1985 074 111 09 5233 242* 51.30 14 27 03
5 SP Fleming NZl 1997-2006 080 135 08 5156 274* 40.59 08 31 13
6 V Kohli Ind 2014-2019 053 086 06 5104 254* 63.80 20 12 06

V Kohli of India becomes the second captain in the annals of test cricket to score 20 plus centuries

V Kohli of India scored 136 against Bangladesh in the ongoing test at Kolkata. This knock represents his 20th century while leading India. He became the second captain in the annals of test cricket to score 20 plus centuries after GC Smith of South Africa. GC Smith has scored 25 centuries while leading South Africa. The following table lists the centuries scored by these two skippers.

Player No Runs Pos Inns Opposition Ground Start Date
GC Smith 1 277 1 1 v England Birmingham 24 Jul 2003
GC Smith 2 259 1 2 v England Lord’s 31 Jul 2003
GC Smith 3 132 1 1 v West Indies Johannesburg 12 Dec 2003
GC Smith 4 139 1 1 v West Indies Centurion 16 Jan 2004
GC Smith 5 125* 1 4 v New Zealand Wellington 26 Mar 2004
GC Smith 6 121 1 2 v Zimbabwe Cape Town 04 Mar 2005
GC Smith 7 148 1 2 v West Indies Port of Spain 08 Apr 2005
GC Smith 8 104 1 2 v West Indies Bridgetown 21 Apr 2005
GC Smith 9 126 2 1 v West Indies St John’s 29 Apr 2005
GC Smith 10 133 1 3 v Pakistan Lahore 08 Oct 2007
GC Smith 11 147 1 2 v West Indies Durban 10 Jan 2008
GC Smith 12 232 2 1 v Bangladesh Chattogram 29 Feb 2008
GC Smith 13 107 1 3 v England Lord’s 10 Jul 2008
GC Smith 14 154* 1 4 v England Birmingham 30 Jul 2008
GC Smith 15 157 1 1 v Bangladesh Bloemfontein 19 Nov 2008
GC Smith 16 108 1 4 v Australia Perth 17 Dec 2008
GC Smith 17 183 2 3 v England Cape Town 03 Jan 2010
GC Smith 18 105 1 2 v England Johannesburg 14 Jan 2010
GC Smith 19 132 1 1 v West Indies Basseterre 18 Jun 2010
GC Smith 20 100 1 1 v Pakistan Dubai (DSC) 12 Nov 2010
GC Smith 21 101* 1 4 v Australia Cape Town 09 Nov 2011
GC Smith 22 115 2 3 v New Zealand Dunedin 07 Mar 2012
GC Smith 23 131 1 2 v England The Oval 19 Jul 2012
GC Smith 24 122 1 2 v Australia Adelaide 22 Nov 2012
GC Smith 25 234 2 2 v Pakistan Dubai (DSC) 23 Oct 2013
               
Player No Runs Pos Inns Opposition Ground Start Date
V Kohli 1 115 4 2 v Australia Adelaide 09 Dec 2014
V Kohli 2 141 4 4 v Australia Adelaide 09 Dec 2014
V Kohli 3 147 4 2 v Australia Sydney 06 Jan 2015
V Kohli 4 103 4 2 v Sri Lanka Galle 12 Aug 2015
V Kohli 5 200 4 1 v West Indies North Sound 21 Jul 2016
V Kohli 6 211 4 1 v New Zealand Indore 08 Oct 2016
V Kohli 7 167 4 1 v England Visakhapatnam 17 Nov 2016
V Kohli 8 235 4 2 v England Mumbai 08 Dec 2016
V Kohli 9 204 4 1 v Bangladesh Hyd-RGS 09 Feb 2017
V Kohli 10 103* 4 3 v Sri Lanka Galle 26 Jul 2017
V Kohli 11 104* 4 3 v Sri Lanka Kolkata 16 Nov 2017
V Kohli 12 213 4 2 v Sri Lanka Nagpur 24 Nov 2017
V Kohli 13 243 4 1 v Sri Lanka Delhi 02 Dec 2017
V Kohli 14 153 4 2 v South Africa Centurion 13 Jan 2018
V Kohli 15 149 4 2 v England Birmingham 01 Aug 2018
V Kohli 16 103 4 3 v England Nottingham 18 Aug 2018
V Kohli 17 139 4 1 v West Indies Rajkot 04 Oct 2018
V Kohli 18 123 4 2 v Australia Perth 14 Dec 2018
V Kohli 19 254* 4 1 v South Africa Pune 10 Oct 2019
V Kohli 20 136 4 2 v Bangladesh Kolkata 22 Nov 2019

Bowlers conceding 200 plus runs in Test innings – Yasir Shah of Pakistan earns a dubious record

Yasir Shah of Pakistan returned with figures of four for 205 against Australia in the ongoing test at Brisbane to provide the 35th occasion of a bowler conceding 200 plus runs in an innings in the annals of Test cricket. All such occasions are tabulated below

No Player O M R W Inns Team Oppn Ground Start Date
1 OC Scott 80.2 13 266 5 1 Win Eng Kingston 03 Apr 1930
2 IAR Peebles 71.0 8 204 6 2 Eng Aus The Oval 16 Aug 1930
3 LO Fleetwood-Smith 87.0 11 298 1 1 Aus Eng The Oval 20 Aug 1938
4 MH Mankad 75.0 16 202 3 1 Ind Win Mumbai (BS) 09 Dec 1948
5 MH Mankad 82.0 17 228 5 2 Ind Win Kingston 28 Mar 1953
6 Fazal Mahmood 85.2 20 247 2 2 Pak Win Kingston 26 Feb 1958
7 Khan Mohammad 54.0 5 259 0 2 Pak Win Kingston 26 Feb 1958
8 Haseeb Ahsan 84.0 19 202 6 2 Pak Ind Chennai 13 Jan 1961
9 BS Bedi 64.2 8 226 6 1 Ind Eng Lord’s 20 Jun 1974
10 N Kapil Dev 38.4 3 220 7 2 Ind Pak Faisalabad 03 Jan 1983
11 IT Botham 52.0 7 217 3 1 Eng Pak The Oval 06 Aug 1987
12 SL Boock 70.0 10 229 1 1 NZl Pak Auckland 24 Feb 1989
13 M Muralitharan 54.0 3 224 2 2 Srl Aus Perth 08 Dec 1995
14 PA Strang 69.0 12 212 5 2 Zim Pak Sheikhupura 17 Oct 1996
15 RK Chauhan 78.0 8 276 1 2 Ind Srl Colombo (RPS) 02 Aug 1997
16 A Kumble 72.0 7 223 1 2 Ind Srl Colombo (RPS) 02 Aug 1997
17 DL Vettori 57.0 5 200 4 1 NZl Ind Ahmedabad 29 Oct 1999
18 Saqlain Mushtaq 50.0 3 237 3 1 Pak SAF Cape Town 02 Jan 2003
19 OAC Banks 40.0 2 204 3 1 Win Aus Bridgetown 01 May 2003
20 B Lee 39.3 5 201 4 1 Aus Ind Sydney 02 Jan 2004
21 Saqlain Mushtaq 43.0 4 204 1 1 Pak Ind Multan 28 Mar 2004
22 N Boje 65.0 5 221 0 2 SAF Srl Colombo (SSC) 27 Jul 2006
23 PL Harris 53.1 6 203 3 2 SAF Ind Chennai 26 Mar 2008
24 JJ Krejza 43.5 1 215 8 1 Aus Ind Nagpur 06 Nov 2008
25 A Mishra 58.0 6 203 1 2 Ind Srl Ahmedabad 16 Nov 2009
26 HMRKB Herath 53.3 2 240 3 2 Srl Ind Mumbai (BS) 02 Dec 2009
27 S Randiv 73.0 16 222 2 2 Srl Ind Colombo (SSC) 26 Jul 2010
28 NM Lyon 47.0 1 215 3 2 Aus Ind Chennai 22 Feb 2013
29 Yasir Shah 54.0 6 213 1 1 Pak Eng Manchester 22 Jul 2016
30 Yasir Shah 41.0 2 207 3 2 Pak Aus Melbourne 26 Dec 2016
31 MDK Perera 45.0 2 202 3 2 Srl Ind Nagpur 24 Nov 2017
32 Taijul Islam 67.3 13 219 4 2 Ban Srl Chattogram 31 Jan 2018
33 D Bishoo 54.0 3 217 4 1 Win Ind Rajkot 04 Oct 2018
34 Mehidy Hasan Miraz 49.0 2 246 2 2 Ban NZl Hamilton 28 Feb 2019
35 Yasir Shah 48.4 1 205 4 2 Pak Aus Brisbane 21 Nov 2019

It also provides the eighth occasion of a Pakistan bowler leaking 200 plus runs in a test innings. All such occasions are tabulated below

No Player O M R W Inns Team Oppn Ground Start Date
1 Fazal Mahmood 85.2 20 247 2 2 Pak Win Kingston 26 Feb 1958
2 Khan Mohammad 54.0 5 259 0 2 Pak Win Kingston 26 Feb 1958
3 Haseeb Ahsan 84.0 19 202 6 2 Pak Ind Chennai 13 Jan 1961
4 Saqlain Mushtaq 50.0 3 237 3 1 Pak SAF Cape Town 02 Jan 2003
5 Saqlain Mushtaq 43.0 4 204 1 1 Pak Ind Multan 28 Mar 2004
6 Yasir Shah 54.0 6 213 1 1 Pak Eng Manchester 22 Jul 2016
7 Yasir Shah 41.0 2 207 3 2 Pak Aus Melbourne 26 Dec 2016
8 Yasir Shah 48.4 1 205 4 2 Pak Aus Brisbane 21 Nov 2019

It also provides the fifth occasion of a bowler leaking 200 plus runs in a test innings against Australia.  All such occasions are tabulated below

No Player O M R W Inns Team Oppn Ground Start Date
1 IAR Peebles 71.0 8 204 6 2 Eng Aus The Oval 16 Aug 1930
2 M Muralitharan 54.0 3 224 2 2 Srl Aus Perth 08 Dec 1995
3 OAC Banks 40.0 2 204 3 1 Win Aus Bridgetown 01 May 2003
4 Yasir Shah 41.0 2 207 3 2 Pak Aus Melbourne 26 Dec 2016
5 Yasir Shah 48.4 1 205 4 2 Pak Aus Brisbane 21 Nov 2019

It also provides the eighth occasion of a Pakistan bowler leaking 200 plus runs in a test innings. Pakistan holds the record of having most occasions of such a feat. It went past India which  had seven such occasions. All such occasions are tabulated below

No Player O M R W Inns Team Oppn Ground Start Date
1 MH Mankad 75.0 16 202 3 1 Ind Win Mumbai (BS) 09 Dec 1948
2 MH Mankad 82.0 17 228 5 2 Ind Win Kingston 28 Mar 1953
3 BS Bedi 64.2 8 226 6 1 Ind Eng Lord’s 20 Jun 1974
4 N Kapil Dev 38.4 3 220 7 2 Ind Pak Faisalabad 03 Jan 1983
5 RK Chauhan 78.0 8 276 1 2 Ind Srl Colombo (RPS) 02 Aug 1997
6 A Kumble 72.0 7 223 1 2 Ind Srl Colombo (RPS) 02 Aug 1997
7 A Mishra 58.0 6 203 1 2 Ind Srl Ahmedabad 16 Nov 2009
                     
1 Fazal Mahmood 85.2 20 247 2 2 Pak Win Kingston 26 Feb 1958
2 Khan Mohammad 54.0 5 259 0 2 Pak Win Kingston 26 Feb 1958
3 Haseeb Ahsan 84.0 19 202 6 2 Pak Ind Chennai 13 Jan 1961
4 Saqlain Mushtaq 50.0 3 237 3 1 Pak SAF Cape Town 02 Jan 2003
5 Saqlain Mushtaq 43.0 4 204 1 1 Pak Ind Multan 28 Mar 2004
6 Yasir Shah 54.0 6 213 1 1 Pak Eng Manchester 22 Jul 2016
7 Yasir Shah 41.0 2 207 3 2 Pak Aus Melbourne 26 Dec 2016
8 Yasir Shah 48.4 1 205 4 2 Pak Aus Brisbane 21 Nov 2019

MH Mankad {02}, Saqlain Mushtaq {02} and Yasir Shah {03} are the three bowlers in the annals of Test cricket to concede 200 plus runs on two or more occasions.

No Player O M R W Inns Team Oppn Ground Start Date
1 MH Mankad 75.0 16 202 3 1 Ind Win Mumbai (BS) 09 Dec 1948
2 MH Mankad 82.0 17 228 5 2 Ind Win Kingston 28 Mar 1953
                     
1 Saqlain Mushtaq 50.0 3 237 3 1 Pak SAF Cape Town 02 Jan 2003
2 Saqlain Mushtaq 43.0 4 204 1 1 Pak Ind Multan 28 Mar 2004
                     
1 Yasir Shah 54.0 6 213 1 1 Pak Eng Manchester 22 Jul 2016
2 Yasir Shah 41.0 2 207 3 2 Pak Aus Melbourne 26 Dec 2016
3 Yasir Shah 48.4 1 205 4 2 Pak Aus Brisbane 21 Nov 2019

Yasir Shah with three such occasions holds the dubious record in the annals of Test cricket to concede 200 plus runs on most occasions.

No Player O M R W Inns Team Oppn Ground Start Date
1 Yasir Shah 54.0 6 213 1 1 Pak Eng Manchester 22 Jul 2016
2 Yasir Shah 41.0 2 207 3 2 Pak Aus Melbourne 26 Dec 2016
3 Yasir Shah 48.4 1 205 4 2 Pak Aus Brisbane 21 Nov 2019

Batsmen scoring eight or more boundary sixes in a test innings.

MA Agarwal of India scored eight boundary sixes in his knock of 243 against Bangladesh in the just concluded test at Indore to provide the 18th occasion of a batsman scoring eight or more boundary sixes in a Test innings. All such occasions are tabulated below.

No 6s Runs Batsmen Team Oppn Ground Season
1 12 257* Wasim Akram Pak Zim Sheikhupura 1996/97
2 11 222  NJ Astle NZl Eng Christchurch 2001/02
3 11 380  ML Hayden Aus Zim Perth 2003/04
4 11 202  BB McCullum NZl Pak Sharjah 2014/15
5 11 195  BB McCullum NZl Srl Christchurch 2014/15
6 11 258  BA Stokes Eng SAF Cape Town 2015/16
7 10 336* WR Hammond Eng NZl Auckland 1932/33
8 09 120  CL Cairns NZl Zim Auckland 1995/96
9 09 329  Inzamam-ul-Haq Pak NZl Lahore 2002
10 09 77* TG Southee NZl Eng Napier 2007/08
11 09 333  CH Gayle Win Srl Galle 2010/11
12 09 93  SO Hetmyer Win Ban Mirpur 2018/19
13 08 124  NS Sidhu Ind Srl Lucknow 1993/94
14 08 204* AC Gilchrist Aus SAF Johannesburg 2001/02
15 08 319  KC Sangakkara Srl Ban Chittagong 2013/14
16 08 202* JO Holder Win Eng Bridgetown 2018/19
17 08 135* BA Stokes Eng Aus Leeds 2019
18 08 243  MA Agarwal Ind Ban Indore 2019/20

It also provides the second occasion of an Indian batsman scoring eight or more boundary sixes in a test innings. NS Sidhu is the other batsman to perform such a feat. He  had scored eight boundary fours in his knock of 124 against Sri Lanka  at Lucknow in 1994/94

No 6s Runs Batsmen Team Oppn Ground Season
1 08 124  NS Sidhu Ind Srl Lucknow 1993/94
2 08 243  MA Agarwal Ind Ban Indore 2019/20

It also provides the third occasion of a batsman scoring eight or more boundary sixes in a test innings against Bangladesh. All the three occasions are tabulated below

No 6s Runs Batsmen Team Oppn Ground Season
1 09 93  SO Hetmyer Win Ban Mirpur 2018/19
2 08 319  KC Sangakkara Srl Ban Chittagong 2013/14
3 08 243  MA Agarwal Ind Ban Indore 2019/20

MA Agarwal became the 12th batsman in the annals of test cricket to score eight or more boundary fours when a batsman has scored a double century or a triple century. All such occasions are tabulated below

No 6s Runs Batsmen Team Oppn Ground Season
1 12 257* Wasim Akram Pak Zim Sheikhupura 1996/97
2 11 380  ML Hayden Aus Zim Perth 2003/04
3 11 258  BA Stokes Eng SAF Cape Town 2015/16
4 11 222  NJ Astle NZl Eng Christchurch 2001/02
5 11 202  BB McCullum NZl Pak Sharjah 2014/15
6 10 336* WR Hammond Eng NZl Auckland 1932/33
7 09 333  CH Gayle Win Srl Galle 2010/11
8 09 329  Inzamam-ul-Haq Pak NZl Lahore 2002
9 08 319  KC Sangakkara Srl Ban Chittagong 2013/14
10 08 243  MA Agarwal Ind Ban Indore 2019/20
11 08 204* AC Gilchrist Aus SAF Johannesburg 2001/02
12 08 202* JO Holder Win Eng Bridgetown 2018/19

BA Stokes of England and BB McCullum of New Zealand are the two batsmen to score eight or more boundary sixes in a test innings on two occasions.

No 6s Runs Batsmen Team Oppn Ground Season
1 11 258  BA Stokes Eng SAF Cape Town 2015/16
2 08 135* BA Stokes Eng Aus Leeds 2019
               
1 11 202  BB McCullum NZl Pak Sharjah 2014/15
2 11 195  BB McCullum NZl Srl Christchurch 2014/15

Batsmen scoring 200 plus runs in a day’s play in Tests

MA Agarwal of India scored 206 runs on the second day of the just concluded test against Bangladesh at Indore to provide the 49th occasion of a batsman scoring 200 plus runs in a day’s play. All such occasions are tabulated below

No Runs Batsman Team Oppn Ground Season
1 309 DG Bradman Aus Eng Leeds 1930
2 295 WR Hammond Eng NZl Auckland 1932/33
3 284 V Sehwag Ind Srl Mum-BS 2009/10
4 273 DCS Compton Eng Pak Nottingham 1954
5 271 DG Bradman Aus Eng Leeds 1934
6 257 V Sehwag Ind SAF Chepauk 2007/08
7 244 DG Bradman Aus Eng The Oval 1934
8 244 DA Warner Aus NZl Perth 2015/16
9 239 FMM Worrell Win Eng Nottingham 1950
10 232 KK Nair Ind Eng Chepauk 2016/17
11 228 HH Gibbs SAF Pak Cape Town 2002/03
12 228 V Sehwag Ind Pak Multan 2003/04
13 227 BC Lara Win Eng Antigua 2003/04
14 224 MJ Clarke Aus SAF Adelaide 2012/13
15 223 DG Bradman Aus Win Brisbane-EG 1930/31
16 223 WR Hammond Eng NZl Christchurch 1932/33
17 223 GC Smith SAF Ban Chittagong 2007/08
18 222 MA Taylor Aus Pak Peshawar 1998/99
19 222 NJ Astle NZl Eng Christchurch 2001/02
20 222 KC Sangakkara Srl Ban Kandy 2007
21 219 CH Gayle Win Srl Galle 2010/11
22 217 WR Hammond Eng Ind The Oval 1936
23 214 RE Foster Eng Aus Sydney 1903/04
24 214 CG Greenidge Win Eng Lord’s 1984
25 213 SJ McCabe Aus Eng Nottingham 1938
26 212 Shakib Al Hasan Ban NZl Wellington 2016/17
27 210 WR Hammond Eng Aus Lord’s 1938
28 209 CA Roach Win Eng Georgetown 1929/30
29 209 LRPL Taylor NZl Aus Perth 2015/16
30 208 VT Trumper Aus SAF Adelaide 1910/11
31 208 GS Sobers Win Pak Kingston 1957/58
32 206 L Hutton Eng NZl The Oval 1949
33 206 PA de Silva Srl Ban Col-PSS 2002
34 206 MS Dhoni Ind Aus Chepauk 2012/13
35 206 MA Agarwal Ind Ban Indore 2019/20
36 205 WH Ponsford Aus Eng The Oval 1934
37 205 Aamer Sohail Pak Eng Manchester 1992
38 205 BC Lara Win Aus Kingston 1998/99
39 204 MJ Clarke Aus Ind Sydney 2011/12
40 203 HL Collins Aus SAF Jo’burg-OW 1921/22
41 203 RB Kanhai Win Ind Calcutta 1958/59
42 203 PA de Silva Srl NZl Wellington 1990/91
43 202 G Kirsten SAF Zim Harare 2001/02
44 202 BC Lara Win Aus Adelaide 2005/06
45 201 DG Bradman Aus Ind Adelaide 1947/48
46 200 DG Bradman Aus SAF Brisbane 1931/32
47 200 IVA Richards Win Eng The Oval 1976
48 200 GP Thorpe Eng NZl Christchurch 2001/02
49 200 GC Smith SAF Ban East London 2002/03

MA Agarwal of India scored 206 runs on the second day of the just concluded test against Bangladesh at Indore to provide the sixth occasion of an Indian batsman scoring 200 plus runs in a day’s play. All such occasions are tabulated below

No Runs Batsman Team Oppn Ground Season
1 284 V Sehwag Ind Srl Mum-BS 2009/10
2 257 V Sehwag Ind SAF Chepauk 2007/08
3 232 KK Nair Ind Eng Chepauk 2016/17
4 228 V Sehwag Ind Pak Multan 2003/04
5 206 MS Dhoni Ind Aus Chepauk 2012/13
6 206 MA Agarwal Ind Ban  Indore 2019/20

MA Agarwal of India scored 206 runs on the second day of the just concluded test against Bangladesh at Indore to provide the fifth occasion of a batsman scoring 200 plus runs in a day’s play against Bangladesh, All such occasions are tabulated below

No Runs Batsman Team Oppn Ground Season
1 223 GC Smith SAF Ban Chittagong 2007/08
2 222 KC Sangakkara Srl Ban Kandy 2007
3 206 PA de Silva Srl Ban Col-PSS 2002
4 206 MA Agarwal Ind Ban Indore 2019/20
5 200 GC Smith SAF Ban East London 2002/03

DG Bradman {06}, WR Hammond {04}, BC Lara {03}, V Sehwag {03}, GC Smith {02}, MJ Clarke {02} and PA de Silva {02} are the seven batsmen who have scored 200 plus runs in a day’s play in a Test on two or more occasions.

No No Runs Batsman Team Oppn Ground Season
1 1 309 DG Bradman Aus Eng Leeds 1930
  2 271 DG Bradman Aus Eng Leeds 1934
  3 244 DG Bradman Aus Eng Kennington Oval 1934
  4 223 DG Bradman Aus Win Brisbane-EG 1930/31
  5 201 DG Bradman Aus Ind Adelaide 1947/48
  6 200 DG Bradman Aus SAF Brisbane 1931/32
               
2 1 295 WR Hammond Eng NZl Auckland 1932/33
  2 223 WR Hammond Eng NZl Christchurch 1932/33
  3 217 WR Hammond Eng Ind Kennington 1936
  4 210 WR Hammond Eng Aus Lord’s 1938
               
3 1 227 BC Lara Win Eng Antigua 2003/04
  2 205 BC Lara Win Aus Kingston 1998/99
  3 202 BC Lara Win Aus Adelaide 2005/06
               
4 1 284 V Sehwag Ind Srl Mum-BS 2009/10
  2 257 V Sehwag Ind SAF Chepauk 2007/08
  3 228 V Sehwag Ind Pak Multan 2003/04
               
5 1 223 GC Smith SAF Ban Chittagong 2007/08
  2 200 GC Smith SAF Ban East London 2002/03
               
6 1 224 MJ Clarke Aus SAF Adelaide 2012/13
  2 204 MJ Clarke Aus Ind Sydney 2011/12
               
7 1 206 PA de Silva Srl Ban Col-PSS 2002
  2 203 PA de Silva Srl NZl Wellington 1990/91

Single Team scoring 400 plus runs in a day’s play in a Test

India scored 407 runs for the five wickets on the second day of the just concluded test at Indore against Bangladesh to provide the 48th occasion of a single team scoring 400 plus runs in day’s play in a Test. The break of these 48 occasions read as under – 34 occasions on the first day’s play, 09 occasions on the second day’s play, 03 occasions on the third day’s play and 02 occasions on the fourth day’s play. All such occasions are tabulated below.

No Runs Tem Runs-W Oppn Ground Day Season
1 494 Aus 494-06 SAF Sydney Cricket Ground, Sydney 1 1910/11
2 482 Aus 482-05 SAF Adelaide Oval, Adelaide 1 2012/13
3 475 Aus 475-02 Eng Kennington Oval, Kennington 1 1934
4 471 Eng 471-08 Ind Kennington Oval, Kennington 1 1936
5 458 Aus 458-03 Eng Headingley, Leeds 1 1930
6 452 NZl 452-09 Zim Harare Sports Club, Harare 1 2005/06
7 450 Aus 450-10 SAF Old Wanderers, Johannesburg 1 1921/22
8 449 Srl 449-07 Ban P Saravanamuttu Stadium, Colombo 1 2005/06
9 445 SAF 445-03 Pak Newlands, Cape Town 1 2002/03
10 438 Aus 438-03 Win Blundstone Arena, Hobart 1 2015/16
11 437 Win 437-09 Eng Headingley, Leeds 1 1976
12 435 Eng 435-04 Aus Kennington Oval, Kennington 1 1899
13 429 NZl 429-07 Srl Hagley Oval, Christchurch 1 2014/15
14 428 SAF 428-07 Aus Old Wanderers, Johannesburg 1 1902/03
15 428 Eng 428-10 SAF Lord’s Cricket Ground, St John’s Wood 1 1907
16 428 Aus 428-03 Win Exhibition Ground, Brisbane 1 1930/31
17 428 SAF 428-03 Ban Mangaung Oval, Bloemfontein 1 2017/18
18 427 Eng 427-07 SAF Old Trafford, Manchester 1 1929
19 422 Eng 422-04 Aus Trent Bridge, Nottingham 1 1938
20 418 Eng 418-05 NZl Lancaster Park, Christchurch 1 1932/33
21 417 Ind 417-02 Srl Modi Stadium, Kanpur 1 2009/10
22 416 Aus 416-02 NZl WACA  Ground, Perth 1 2015/16
23 414 SAF 414-01 Zim Harare Sports Club, Harare 1 2001/02
24 411 Aus 411-06 NZl Bellerive Oval, Hobart 1 2001/02
25 410 Eng 410-08 Aus Kennington Oval, Kennington 1 1880
26 409 Eng 409-05 Aus Lord’s Cricket Ground, St John’s Wood 1 1938
27 409 NZl 409-08 Srl University Oval, Dunedin 1 2015/16
28 407 Eng 407-10 Aus Edgbaston, Birmingham 1 2005
29 406 Eng 406-07 SAF Newlands, Cape Town 1 1909/10
30 406 Eng 406-02 Pak Kennington Oval, Kennington 1 1962
31 406 Srl 406-03 Pak National Stadium, Karachi 1 2008/09
32 405 Eng 405-09 Aus Lord’s Cricket Ground, St John’s Wood 1 1930
33 405 SAF 405-00 Ban Chittagong 1 2007/08
34 400 Aus 400-05 Ind Adelaide Oval, Adelaide 1 2003/04
               
1 509 Srl 509-09 Ban P Saravanamuttu Stadium, Colombo 2 2002
2 455 Aus 455-01 Eng Headingley, Leeds 2 1934
3 425 Srl 425-01 Zim Queens Sports Club, Bulawayo 2 2004
4 422 Eng 422-06 SAF Newlands, Cape Town 2 1938/39
6 411 Win 411-03 Eng Sabina Park, Kingston 2 1929/30
7 407 Ind 407-05 Ban Holkar Stadium, Indore 2 2019/20
8 406 NZl 406-05 Zim Queens Sports Club, Bulawayo 2 2005/06
9 400 Pak 400-04 NZl Carisbrook, Dunedin 2 1972/73
               
1 470 Srl 470-04 Ban Asgiriya Stadium, Kandy 3 2007
2 428 Aus 428-06 SAF Melbourne Cricket Ground, Melbourne 3 1910/11
3 417 Eng 417-05 Ind Trent Bridge, Nottingham 3 2011
               
1 423 NZl 423-10 Eng Jade Stadium, Christchurch 4 2001/02
2 415 SAF 415-06 Eng Kennington Oval, Kennington 4 1947

It also provides the second occasion of India scoring 400 plus runs in a day’s play. Both the occasions are listed below.

No Runs Tem Runs-W Oppn Ground Day Season
1 417 Ind 417-02 Srl Modi Stadium, Kanpur 1 2009/10
2 407 Ind 407-05 Ban Holkar Stadium, Indore 2 2019/20

It also provides the sixth occasion of a team scoring 400 plus runs in a day’s play against Bangladesh. All such occasions are listed below.

No Runs Tem Runs-W Oppn Ground Day Season
1 509 Srl 509-09 Ban P Saravanamuttu Stadium, Colombo 2 2002
2 470 Srl 470-04 Ban Asgiriya Stadium, Kandy 3 2007
3 449 Srl 449-07 Ban P Saravanamuttu Stadium, Colombo 1 2005/06
4 428 SAF 428-03 Ban Mangaung Oval, Bloemfontein 1 2017/18
5 407 Ind 407-05 Ban Holkar Stadium, Indore 2 2019/20
6 405 SAF 405-00 Ban Chittagong 1 2007/08

Bangladesh’s innings defeats

Bangladesh lost the recently concluded test against India at Indore by an innings and 130 runs to provide its 41st innings defeat in a Test. It also provides its 27th innings defeat in a Test on away soil. All such occasions are tabulated below

No Team Result Margin Toss Bat Opposition Ground Start Date
1 Bangladesh lost inns & 310 runs lost 1st v West Indies Dhaka 08 Dec 2002
2 Bangladesh lost inns & 264 runs won 1st v Pakistan Multan 29 Aug 2001
3 Bangladesh lost inns & 261 runs lost 1st v England Lord’s 26 May 2005
4 Bangladesh lost inns & 254 runs won 2nd v South Africa Bloemfontein 06 Oct 2017
5 Bangladesh lost inns & 248 runs lost 1st v Sri Lanka Dhaka 27 Jan 2014
6 Bangladesh lost inns & 239 runs won 2nd v India Dhaka 25 May 2007
7 Bangladesh lost inns & 234 runs lost 1st v Sri Lanka Col-SSC 25 Jun 2007
8 Bangladesh lost inns & 219 runs lost 1st v West Indies North Sound 04 Jul 2018
9 Bangladesh lost inns & 205 runs lost 2nd v South Africa Chattogram 29 Feb 2008
10 Bangladesh lost inns & 196 runs lost 1st v Sri Lanka Col-PSS 21 Jul 2002
11 Bangladesh lost inns & 193 runs lost 1st v Sri Lanka Kandy 11 Jul 2007
12 Bangladesh lost inns & 184 runs lost 1st v Pakistan Chattogram 09 Dec 2011
13 Bangladesh lost inns & 178 runs lost 1st v Pakistan Dhaka 09 Jan 2002
14 Bangladesh lost inns & 169 runs won 1st v Pakistan Chattogram 16 Jan 2002
15 Bangladesh lost inns & 160 runs won 1st v South Africa Potchefstroom 25 Oct 2002
16 Bangladesh lost inns & 140 runs lost 1st v India Dhaka 10 Dec 2004
17 Bangladesh lost inns & 137 runs lost 1st v New Zealand Wellington 12 Jan 2008
18 Bangladesh lost inns & 137 runs lost 1st v Sri Lanka Col-SSC 06 Sep 2001
19 Bangladesh lost inns & 132 runs lost 1st v Australia Darwin 18 Jul 2003
20 Bangladesh lost inns & 130 runs won 1st v India Indore 14 Nov 2019
21 Bangladesh lost inns & 129 runs won 2nd v South Africa Bloemfontein 19 Nov 2008
22 Bangladesh lost inns & 107 runs won 2nd v South Africa East London 18 Oct 2002
23 Bangladesh lost inns & 101 runs lost 2nd v New Zealand Chattogram 26 Oct 2004
24 Bangladesh lost inns & 099 runs won 1st v New Zealand Dhaka 19 Oct 2004
25 Bangladesh lost inns & 099 runs won 1st v West Indies Kingston 04 Jun 2004
26 Bangladesh lost inns & 098 runs lost 1st v Australia Cairns 25 Jul 2003
27 Bangladesh lost inns & 096 runs lost 1st v Sri Lanka Col-RPS 12 Sep 2005
28 Bangladesh lost inns & 090 runs lost 1st v Sri Lanka Col-PSS 03 Jul 2007
29 Bangladesh lost inns & 083 runs lost 2nd v India Chattogram 17 Dec 2004
30 Bangladesh lost inns & 080 runs won 1st v Australia Chattogram 16 Apr 2006
31 Bangladesh lost inns & 080 runs lost 2nd v England Manchester 04 Jun 2010
32 Bangladesh lost inns & 074 runs lost 1st v New Zealand Wellington 26 Dec 2001
33 Bangladesh lost inns & 069 runs lost 2nd v Sri Lanka Col-PSS 20 Sep 2005
34 Bangladesh lost inns & 060 runs won 1st v South Africa Chattogram 24 Apr 2003
35 Bangladesh lost inns & 052 runs won 2nd v New Zealand Hamilton 18 Dec 2001
36 Bangladesh lost inns & 052 runs lost 1st v New Zealand Hamilton 28 Feb 2019
37 Bangladesh lost inns & 048 runs won 1st v South Africa Centurion 26 Nov 2008
38 Bangladesh lost inns & 032 runs lost 1st v Zimbabwe Bulawayo 19 Apr 2001
39 Bangladesh lost inns & 027 runs lost 1st v England Ch-le-St 03 Jun 2005
40 Bangladesh lost inns & 018 runs lost 2nd v South Africa Dhaka 01 May 2003
41 Bangladesh lost inns & 012 runs lost 1st v New Zealand Wellington 08 Mar 2019
                 
No Team Result Margin Toss Bat Opposition Ground Start Date
1 Bangladesh lost inns & 264 runs won 1st v Pakistan Multan 29 Aug 2001
2 Bangladesh lost inns & 261 runs lost 1st v England Lord’s 26 May 2005
3 Bangladesh lost inns & 254 runs won 2nd v South Africa Bloemfontein 06 Oct 2017
4 Bangladesh lost inns & 234 runs lost 1st v Sri Lanka Col-SSC 25 Jun 2007
5 Bangladesh lost inns & 219 runs lost 1st v West Indies North Sound 04 Jul 2018
6 Bangladesh lost inns & 196 runs lost 1st v Sri Lanka Col-PSS 21 Jul 2002
7 Bangladesh lost inns & 193 runs lost 1st v Sri Lanka Kandy 11 Jul 2007
8 Bangladesh lost inns & 160 runs won 1st v South Africa Potchefstroom 25 Oct 2002
9 Bangladesh lost inns & 137 runs lost 1st v Sri Lanka Col-SSC 06 Sep 2001
10 Bangladesh lost inns & 137 runs lost 1st v New Zealand Wellington 12 Jan 2008
11 Bangladesh lost inns & 132 runs lost 1st v Australia Darwin 18 Jul 2003
12 Bangladesh lost inns & 130 runs won 1st v India Indore 14 Nov 2019
13 Bangladesh lost inns & 129 runs won 2nd v South Africa Bloemfontein 19 Nov 2008
14 Bangladesh lost inns & 107 runs won 2nd v South Africa East London 18 Oct 2002
15 Bangladesh lost inns & 099 runs won 1st v West Indies Kingston 04 Jun 2004
16 Bangladesh lost inns & 098 runs lost 1st v Australia Cairns 25 Jul 2003
17 Bangladesh lost inns & 096 runs lost 1st v Sri Lanka Col-RPS 12 Sep 2005
18 Bangladesh lost inns & 090 runs lost 1st v Sri Lanka Col-PSS 03 Jul 2007
19 Bangladesh lost inns & 080 runs lost 2nd v England Manchester 04 Jun 2010
20 Bangladesh lost inns & 074 runs lost 1st v New Zealand Wellington 26 Dec 2001
21 Bangladesh lost inns & 069 runs lost 2nd v Sri Lanka Col-PSS 20 Sep 2005
22 Bangladesh lost inns & 052 runs lost 1st v New Zealand Hamilton 28 Feb 2019
23 Bangladesh lost inns & 052 runs won 2nd v New Zealand Hamilton 18 Dec 2001
24 Bangladesh lost inns & 048 runs won 1st v South Africa Centurion 26 Nov 2008
25 Bangladesh lost inns & 032 runs lost 1st v Zimbabwe Bulawayo 19 Apr 2001
26 Bangladesh lost inns & 027 runs lost 1st v England Ch-le-St 03 Jun 2005
27 Bangladesh lost inns & 012 runs lost 1st v New Zealand Wellington 08 Mar 2019

Bangladesh lost the recently concluded test against India at Indore by an innings and 130 runs to provide its fourth innings defeat in a Test against India It also provide its first innings defeat in a Test on away soil against India. All such occasions are tabulated below

No Team Result Margin Toss Bat Opposition Ground Start Date
1 Bangladesh lost inns & 239 runs won 2nd v India Dhaka 25 May 2007
2 Bangladesh lost inns & 140 runs lost 1st v India Dhaka 10 Dec 2004
3 Bangladesh lost inns & 130 runs won 1st v India Indore 14 Nov 2019
4 Bangladesh lost inns & 083 runs lost 2nd v India Chattogram 17 Dec 2004
                 
No Team Result Margin Toss Bat Opposition Ground Start Date
1 Bangladesh lost inns & 130 runs won 1st v India Indore 14 Nov 2019

Bangladesh lost the recently concluded test against India at Indore by an innings and 130 runs to provide its 29th innings defeat in a Test when it has batted first. It also provides its 20th innings defeat in a Test on away soil when it has batted first. All such occasions are tabulated below

No Team Result Margin Toss Bat Opposition Ground Start Date
1 Bangladesh lost inns & 310 runs lost 1st v West Indies Dhaka 08 Dec 2002
2 Bangladesh lost inns & 264 runs won 1st v Pakistan Multan 29 Aug 2001
3 Bangladesh lost inns & 261 runs lost 1st v England Lord’s 26 May 2005
4 Bangladesh lost inns & 248 runs lost 1st v Sri Lanka Dhaka 27 Jan 2014
5 Bangladesh lost inns & 234 runs lost 1st v Sri Lanka Col-SSC 25 Jun 2007
6 Bangladesh lost inns & 219 runs lost 1st v West Indies North Sound 04 Jul 2018
7 Bangladesh lost inns & 196 runs lost 1st v Sri Lanka Col-PSS 21 Jul 2002
8 Bangladesh lost inns & 193 runs lost 1st v Sri Lanka Kandy 11 Jul 2007
9 Bangladesh lost inns & 184 runs lost 1st v Pakistan Chattogram 09 Dec 2011
10 Bangladesh lost inns & 178 runs lost 1st v Pakistan Dhaka 09 Jan 2002
11 Bangladesh lost inns & 169 runs won 1st v Pakistan Chattogram 16 Jan 2002
12 Bangladesh lost inns & 160 runs won 1st v South Africa Potchefstroom 25 Oct 2002
13 Bangladesh lost inns & 140 runs lost 1st v India Dhaka 10 Dec 2004
14 Bangladesh lost inns & 137 runs lost 1st v New Zealand Wellington 12 Jan 2008
15 Bangladesh lost inns & 137 runs lost 1st v Sri Lanka Col-SSC 06 Sep 2001
16 Bangladesh lost inns & 132 runs lost 1st v Australia Darwin 18 Jul 2003
17 Bangladesh lost inns & 130 runs won 1st v India Indore 14 Nov 2019
18 Bangladesh lost inns & 099 runs won 1st v New Zealand Dhaka 19 Oct 2004
19 Bangladesh lost inns & 099 runs won 1st v West Indies Kingston 04 Jun 2004
20 Bangladesh lost inns & 098 runs lost 1st v Australia Cairns 25 Jul 2003
21 Bangladesh lost inns & 096 runs lost 1st v Sri Lanka Col-RPS 12 Sep 2005
22 Bangladesh lost inns & 090 runs lost 1st v Sri Lanka Col-PSS 03 Jul 2007
23 Bangladesh lost inns & 080 runs won 1st v Australia Chattogram 16 Apr 2006
24 Bangladesh lost inns & 074 runs lost 1st v New Zealand Wellington 26 Dec 2001
25 Bangladesh lost inns & 060 runs won 1st v South Africa Chattogram 24 Apr 2003
26 Bangladesh lost inns & 052 runs lost 1st v New Zealand Hamilton 28 Feb 2019
27 Bangladesh lost inns & 048 runs won 1st v South Africa Centurion 26 Nov 2008
28 Bangladesh lost inns & 032 runs lost 1st v Zimbabwe Bulawayo 19 Apr 2001
29 Bangladesh lost inns & 027 runs lost 1st v England Ch-le-St 03 Jun 2005
                 
No Team Result Margin Toss Bat Opposition Ground Start Date
1 Bangladesh lost inns & 264 runs won 1st v Pakistan Multan 29 Aug 2001
2 Bangladesh lost inns & 261 runs lost 1st v England Lord’s 26 May 2005
3 Bangladesh lost inns & 234 runs lost 1st v Sri Lanka Col-SSC 25 Jun 2007
4 Bangladesh lost inns & 219 runs lost 1st v West Indies North Sound 04 Jul 2018
5 Bangladesh lost inns & 196 runs lost 1st v Sri Lanka Col-PSS 21 Jul 2002
6 Bangladesh lost inns & 193 runs lost 1st v Sri Lanka Kandy 11 Jul 2007
7 Bangladesh lost inns & 160 runs won 1st v South Africa Potchefstroom 25 Oct 2002
8 Bangladesh lost inns & 137 runs lost 1st v Sri Lanka Col-SSC 06 Sep 2001
9 Bangladesh lost inns & 137 runs lost 1st v New Zealand Wellington 12 Jan 2008
10 Bangladesh lost inns & 132 runs lost 1st v Australia Darwin 18 Jul 2003
11 Bangladesh lost inns & 130 runs won 1st v India Indore 14 Nov 2019
12 Bangladesh lost inns & 099 runs won 1st v West Indies Kingston 04 Jun 2004
13 Bangladesh lost inns & 098 runs lost 1st v Australia Cairns 25 Jul 2003
14 Bangladesh lost inns & 096 runs lost 1st v Sri Lanka Col-RPS 12 Sep 2005
15 Bangladesh lost inns & 090 runs lost 1st v Sri Lanka Col-PSS 03 Jul 2007
16 Bangladesh lost inns & 074 runs lost 1st v New Zealand Wellington 26 Dec 2001
17 Bangladesh lost inns & 052 runs lost 1st v New Zealand Hamilton 28 Feb 2019
18 Bangladesh lost inns & 048 runs won 1st v South Africa Centurion 26 Nov 2008
19 Bangladesh lost inns & 032 runs lost 1st v Zimbabwe Bulawayo 19 Apr 2001
20 Bangladesh lost inns & 027 runs lost 1st v England Ch-le-St 03 Jun 2005
21 Bangladesh lost inns & 012 runs lost 1st v New Zealand Wellington 08 Mar 2019

Bangladesh lost the recently concluded test against India at Indore by an innings and 130 runs to provide its ninth innings defeat in a Test when it has batted first after winning the toss.  It also provides its fifth innings defeat in a Test on away soil when it has batted first after winning the toss. All such occasions are tabulated below

No Team Result Margin Toss Bat Opposition Ground Start Date
1 Bangladesh lost inns & 264 runs won 1st v Pakistan Multan 29 Aug 2001
2 Bangladesh lost inns & 169 runs won 1st v Pakistan Chattogram 16 Jan 2002
3 Bangladesh lost inns & 160 runs won 1st v South Africa Potchefstroom 25 Oct 2002
4 Bangladesh lost inns & 130 runs won 1st v India Indore 14 Nov 2019
5 Bangladesh lost inns & 099 runs won 1st v New Zealand Dhaka 19 Oct 2004
6 Bangladesh lost inns & 099 runs won 1st v West Indies Kingston 04 Jun 2004
7 Bangladesh lost inns & 080 runs won 1st v Australia Chattogram 16 Apr 2006
8 Bangladesh lost inns & 060 runs won 1st v South Africa Chattogram 24 Apr 2003
9 Bangladesh lost inns & 048 runs won 1st v South Africa Centurion 26 Nov 2008
                 
No Team Result Margin Toss Bat Opposition Ground Start Date
1 Bangladesh lost inns & 264 runs won 1st v Pakistan Multan 29 Aug 2001
2 Bangladesh lost inns & 160 runs won 1st v South Africa Potchefstroom 25 Oct 2002
3 Bangladesh lost inns & 130 runs won 1st v India Indore 14 Nov 2019
4 Bangladesh lost inns & 099 runs won 1st v West Indies Kingston 04 Jun 2004
5 Bangladesh lost inns & 048 runs won 1st v South Africa Centurion 26 Nov 2008
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