Cricketers who have appeared in 200 plus one-day games prior to their participation in ICC World Cup 2019

The following is the list of cricketers who have played 200 plus one-day games prior to their participation in ICC World Cup 2019. It is noted with interest India’s MS Dhoni is the only cricketer to appear in 300 plus games – to be exact 341 games – prior to his participation in the ensuing World Cup 2019

No Player Date of birth (age) ODIs Team
1 MS Dhoni (wk) 07 Jul 1981 (37) 341 Ind
2 Chris Gayle (vc) 21 Sep 1979 (39) 289 Win
3 Shoaib Malik 01 Feb 1982 (37) 282 Pak
4 Virat Kohli (c) 05 Nov 1988 (30) 227 Ind
5 Eoin Morgan (c) 10 Sep 1986 (32) 218 Eng
6 Ross Taylor 08 Mar 1984 (35) 218 NZl
7 Lasith Malinga 28 Aug 1983 (35) 218 Srl
8 Mashrafe Mortaza (c) 05 Oct 1983 (35) 209 Ban
9 Mohammad Hafeez 17 Oct 1980 (38) 208 Pak
10 Rohit Sharma (vc) 30 Apr 1987 (32) 206 Ind
11 Mushfiqur Rahim (wk) 09 May 1987 (32) 205 Ban
12 Angelo Mathews 02 Jun 1987 (31) 203 Srl

ICC World Cup 2019 – Squads of the participating teams

Number of ODIs played by England cricketers are as of 03.05.19, while those of Pakistan Cricketers were as of 18.04.19

No Player Team Date of birth (age) ODIs Role Batting Bowling style
1 Gulbadin Naib (c) Afg 16 Mar 1991 (28) 041 All-rounder Right RA medium-fast
2 Rashid Khan (vc) Afg 20 Sep 1998 (20) 057 All-rounder Right RA leg spin
3 Aftab Alam Afg 30 Nov 1992 (26) 008 All-rounder Right RA medium-fast
4 Asghar Afghan Afg 22 Feb 1987 (32) 094 Batsman Right RA off spin
5 Dawlat Zadran Afg 19 Mar 1988 (31) 072 Bowler Right RA fast
6 Hamid Hassan Afg 01 Jun 1987 (31) 032 Bowler Right RA fast
7 Hashmatullah Shahidi Afg 04 Nov 1994 (24) 029 Batsman Right RA off spin
8 Hazratullah Zazai Afg 23 Mar 1998 (21) 002 Batsman Left LA orthodox
9 Mohammad Nabi Afg 03 Mar 1985 (34) 111 All-rounder Right RA off spin
10 Mohammad Shahzad (wk) Afg 31 Jan 1988 (31) 076 Wk-batsman Right
11 Mujeeb Ur Rahman Afg 28 Mar 2001 (18) 017 Bowler Right RA off spin
12 Najibullah Zadran Afg 18 Feb 1993 (26) 045 Batsman Left RA off spin
13 Noor Ali Zadran Afg 10 Jul 1988 (30) 017 Batsman Right RA medium-fast
14 Rahmat Shah Afg 16 Mar 1991 (28) 056 Batsman Right RA leg spin
15 Samiullah Shinwari Afg 31 Dec 1987 (31) 077 All-rounder Right RA leg spin
No Player Team Date of birth (age) ODIs Role Batting Bowling style
1 Aaron Finch (c) Aus 17 Nov 1986 (32) 109 Batsman Right LA orthodox
2 Alex Carey (vc, wk) Aus 27 Aug 1991 (27) 019 Wk-batsman Left
3 Pat Cummins (vc) Aus 08 May 1993 (26) 048 All-rounder Right RA fast
4 Jason Behrendorff Aus 20 Apr 1990 (29) 006 Bowler Right LA fast-medium
5 Nathan Coulter-Nile Aus 11 Oct 1987 (31) 027 Bowler Right RA fast
6 Usman Khawaja Aus 18 Dec 1986 (32) 031 Batsman Left RA off spin
7 Nathan Lyon Aus 20 Nov 1987 (31) 025 Bowler Right RA off spin
8 Shaun Marsh Aus 09 Jul 1983 (35) 071 Batsman Left LA orthodox
9 Glenn Maxwell Aus 14 Oct 1988 (30) 100 All-rounder Right RA off spin
10 Jhye Richardson Aus 20 Sep 1996 (22) 012 Bowler Right RA fast
11 Kane Richardson Aus 12 Feb 1991 (28) 020 Bowler Right RA fast-medium
12 Steve Smith Aus 02 Jun 1989 (29) 108 Batsman Right RA leg spin
13 Mitchell Starc Aus 30 Jan 1990 (29) 075 Bowler Left LA fast
14 Marcus Stoinis Aus 16 Aug 1989 (29) 033 All-rounder Right RA medium
15 David Warner Aus 27 Oct 1986 (32) 106 Batsman Left RA leg spin
16 Adam Zampa Aus 31 Mar 1992 (27) 044 Bowler Right RA leg spin
No Player Team Date of birth (age) ODIs Role Batting Bowling style
1 Mashrafe Mortaza (c) Ban 05 Oct 1983 (35) 209 Bowler Right RA medium
2 Shakib Al Hasan (vc) Ban 24 Mar 1987 (32) 198 All-rounder Left LA orthodox
3 Tamim Iqbal Ban 20 Mar 1989 (30) 193 Batsman Left RA off spin
4 Liton Das (wk) Ban 13 Oct 1994 (24) 028 Wk-batsman Right
5 Mushfiqur Rahim (wk) Ban 09 May 1987 (32) 205 Wk-batsman Right RA medium
6 Mahmudullah Ban 04 Feb 1986 (33) 175 Batsman Right RA off spin
7 Mohammad Mithun (wk) Ban 13 Feb 1990 (29) 018 Wk-batsman Right
8 Sabbir Rahman Ban 22 Nov 1991 (27) 060 Batsman Right RA leg spin
9 Mehedi Hasan Miraz Ban 25 Oct 1996 (22) 027 All-rounder Right RA off spin
10 Soumya Sarkar Ban 25 Feb 1993 (26) 043 All-rounder Left RA medium
11 Rubel Hossain Ban 01 Jan 1990 (29) 097 Bowler Right RA medium-fast
12 Mohammad Saifuddin Ban 01 Sep 1996 (22) 012 All-rounder Left RA medium-fast
13 Mosaddek Hossain Ban 10 Dec 1995 (23) 025 All-rounder Right RA off spin
14 Mustafizur Rahman Ban 06 Sep 1995 (23) 046 Bowler Left LA fast-medium
15 Abu Jayed Ban 02 Aug 1993 (25) 002 Bowler Right RA fast-medium
No Player Team Date of birth (age) ODIs Role Batting Bowling style
1 Eoin Morgan (c) Eng 10 Sep 1986 (32) 218 Batsman Left RA medium
2 Jos Buttler (vc, wk) Eng 08 Sep 1990 (28) 127 Wk-batsman Right
3 Moeen Ali Eng 18 Jun 1987 (31) 092 All-rounder Left RA off spin
4 Jonny Bairstow (wk) Eng 26 Sep 1989 (29) 059 Wk-batsman Right
5 Tom Curran Eng 12 Mar 1995 (24) 014 All-rounder Right RA fast-medium
6 Joe Denly Eng 16 Mar 1986 (33) 010 All-rounder Right RA leg spin
7 Alex Hales Eng 03 Jan 1989 (30) 070 Batsman Right RA medium
8 Liam Plunkett Eng 06 Apr 1985 (34) 079 All-rounder Right RA fast
9 Adil Rashid Eng 17 Feb 1988 (31) 084 All-rounder Right RA leg spin
10 Joe Root Eng 30 Dec 1990 (28) 127 Batsman Right RA spin
11 Jason Roy Eng 21 Jul 1990 (28) 073 Batsman Right
12 Ben Stokes Eng 04 Jun 1991 (27) 079 All-rounder Left RA fast-medium
13 David Willey Eng 28 Feb 1990 (29) 043 All-rounder Left LA fast-medium
14 Chris Woakes Eng 02 Mar 1989 (30) 084 All-rounder Right RA fast-medium
15 Mark Wood Eng 11 Jan 1990 (29) 040 Bowler Right RA fast
No Player Team Date of birth (age) ODIs Role Batting Bowling style
1 Virat Kohli (c) Ind 05 Nov 1988 (30) 227 Batsman Right RA medium
2 Rohit Sharma (vc) Ind 30 Apr 1987 (32) 206 Batsman Right RA off spin
3 Shikhar Dhawan Ind 05 Dec 1985 (33) 128 Batsman Left RA off spin
4 K. L. Rahul Ind 18 Apr 1992 (27) 014 Batsman Right
5 Vijay Shankar Ind 26 Jan 1991 (28) 009 All-rounder Right RA medium
6 MS Dhoni (wk) Ind 07 Jul 1981 (37) 341 Wk-batsman Right RA medium
7 Kedar Jadhav Ind 26 Mar 1985 (34) 059 Batsman Right RA off spin
8 Dinesh Karthik (wk) Ind 01 Jun 1985 (33) 091 Wk-batsman Right
9 Yuzvendra Chahal Ind 23 Jul 1990 (28) 041 Bowler Right RA leg spin
10 Kuldeep Yadav Ind 14 Dec 1994 (24) 044 Bowler Left LA wrist spin
11 Bhuvneshwar Kumar Ind 05 Feb 1990 (29) 105 Bowler Right RA medium-fast
12 Jasprit Bumrah Ind 06 Dec 1993 (25) 049 Bowler Right RA fast-medium
13 Hardik Pandya Ind 11 Oct 1993 (25) 045 All-rounder Right RA medium-fast
14 Ravindra Jadeja Ind 06 Dec 1988 (30) 151 All-rounder Left LA orthodox
15 Mohammed Shami Ind 03 Sep 1990 (28) 063 Bowler Right RA fast-medium
No Player Team Date of birth (age) ODIs Role Batting Bowling style
1 Kane Williamson (c) NZl 08 Aug 1990 (28) 139 Batsman Right RA off spin
2 Tom Latham (vc, wk) NZl 02 Apr 1992 (27) 085 Wk-batsman Left RA medium
3 Tim Southee NZl 11 Dec 1988 (30) 139 Bowler Right RA medium-fast
4 Tom Blundell (wk) NZl 01 Sep 1990 (28) 000 Wk-batsman Right RA off spin
5 Trent Boult NZl 22 Jul 1989 (29) 079 Bowler Right LA fast-medium
6 Colin de Grandhomme NZl 22 Jul 1986 (32) 028 All-rounder Right RA fast-medium
7 Lockie Ferguson NZl 13 Jun 1991 (27) 027 Bowler Right RA fast
8 Martin Guptill NZl 30 Sep 1986 (32) 169 Batsman Right RA off spin
9 Matt Henry NZl 14 Dec 1991 (27) 043 Bowler Right RA fast-medium
10 Colin Munro NZl 11 Mar 1987 (32) 051 Batsman Left RA medium
11 James Neesham NZl 17 Sep 1990 (28) 049 All-rounder Left RA medium
12 Henry Nicholls NZl 15 Nov 1991 (27) 041 Batsman Left RA off spin
13 Mitchell Santner NZl 05 Feb 1992 (27) 059 All-rounder Left LA orthodox
14 Ish Sodhi NZl 31 Oct 1992 (26) 030 Bowler Right RA leg spin
15 Ross Taylor NZl 08 Mar 1984 (35) 218 Batsman Right RA off break
No Player Team Date of birth (age) ODIs Role Batting Bowling style
1 Sarfaraz Ahmed (c, wk) Pak 22 May 1987 (32) 101 Wk-batsman Right RA off spin
2 Babar Azam (vc) Pak 15 Oct 1994 (24) 059 Batsman Right RA off spin
3 Shoaib Malik Pak 01 Feb 1982 (37) 282 All-rounder Right RA off spin
4 Fakhar Zaman Pak 10 Apr 1990 (29) 031 Batsman Left LA orthodox
5 Imam-ul-Haq Pak 12 Dec 1995 (23) 024 Batsman Left RA leg spin
6 Abid Ali Pak 16 Oct 1987 (31) 002 Batsman Right RA leg spin
7 Mohammad Hafeez Pak 17 Oct 1980 (38) 208 All-rounder Right RA off spin
8 Shadab Khan Pak 04 Oct 1998 (20) 034 All-rounder Right RA leg spin
9 Imad Wasim Pak 18 Dec 1988 (30) 037 All-rounder Left LA orthodox
10 Hasan Ali Pak 07 Feb 1994 (25) 044 Bowler Right RA fast medium
11 Faheem Ashraf Pak 16 Jan 1994 (25) 015 All-rounder Left RA fast-medium
12 Shaheen Afridi Pak 06 Apr 2000 (19) 010 Bowler Left LA fast
13 Junaid Khan Pak 24 Dec 1989 (29) 074 Bowler Right LA fast
14 Mohammad Hasnain Pak 05 Apr 2000 (19) 004 Bowler Right RA fast-medium
15 Haris Sohail Pak 15 Oct 1989 (29) 031 Batsman Left LA orthodox
No Player Team Date of birth (age) ODIs Role Batting Bowling style
1 Faf du Plessis (c) RSA 13 Jul 1984 (34) 134 Batsman Right RA leg spin
2 Quinton de Kock (vc, wk) RSA 17 Dec 1992 (26) 106 Wk-batsman Left LA orthodox
3 Hashim Amla RSA 31 Mar 1983 (36) 174 Batsman Right RA off spin
4 Aiden Markram RSA 04 Oct 1994 (24) 018 Batsman Right RA off spin
5 Rassie van der Dussen RSA 07 Feb 1989 (30) 009 Batsman Right RA leg spin
6 David Miller RSA 10 Jun 1989 (29) 120 Batsman Left RA off spin
7 JP Duminy RSA 14 Apr 1984 (35) 194 All-rounder Left RA off spin
8 Andile Phehlukwayo RSA 03 Mar 1996 (23) 036 All-rounder Left RA fast-medium
9 Dwaine Pretorius RSA 29 Mar 1989 (30) 019 All-rounder Right RA fast-medium
10 Dale Steyn RSA 27 Jun 1983 (35) 125 Bowler Right RA fast
11 Kagiso Rabada RSA 25 May 1995 (24) 064 Bowler Left RA fast
12 Lungi Ngidi RSA 29 Mar 1996 (23) 013 Bowler Right RA fast
13 Anrich Nortje RSA 16 Nov 1993 (25) 004 Bowler Right RA fast
14 Chris Morris RSA 30 Apr 1987 (32) 034 All-rounder Right RA fast-medium
15 Imran Tahir RSA 27 Mar 1979 (40) 098 Bowler Right RA leg spin
16 Tabraiz Shamsi RSA 18 Feb 1990 (29) 005 Bowler Right LA wrist spin
No Player Team Date of birth (age) ODIs Role Batting Bowling style
1 Dimuth Karunaratne (c) Srl 21 Apr 1988 (31) 017 Batsman Left RA medium
2 Angelo Mathews Srl 02 Jun 1987 (31) 203 All-rounder Right RA fast-medium
3 Avishka Fernando Srl 05 Apr 1998 (21) 005 Batsman Right RA medium
4 Lahiru Thirimanne Srl 09 Aug 1989 (29) 117 Batsman Left RA medium
5 Kusal Mendis (wk) Srl 02 Feb 1995 (24) 062 Wk-batsman Right RA leg spin
6 Kusal Perera (wk) Srl 17 Aug 1990 (28) 088 Wk-batsman Left LA medium
7 Dhananjaya de Silva Srl 06 Sep 1991 (27) 032 All-rounder Right RA off spin
8 Thisara Perera Srl 03 Apr 1989 (30) 153 All-rounder Left RA medium
9 Isuru Udana Srl 17 Feb 1988 (31) 005 All-rounder Right LA fast-medium
10 Jeffrey Vandersay Srl 05 Feb 1990 (29) 011 Bowler Right RA leg spin
11 Jeevan Mendis Srl 15 Jan 1983 (36) 054 All-rounder Left RA leg spin
12 Milinda Siriwardana Srl 04 Dec 1985 (33) 026 All-rounder Left LA orthodox
13 Lasith Malinga Srl 28 Aug 1983 (35) 218 Bowler Right RA fast
14 Suranga Lakmal Srl 10 Mar 1987 (32) 081 Bowler Right RA fast-medium
15 Nuwan Pradeep Srl 19 Oct 1986 (32) 034 Bowler Right RA fast-medium
No Player Team Date of birth (age) ODIs Role Batting Bowling style
1 Jason Holder (c) Win 05 Nov 1991 (27) 091 All-rounder Right RA medium
2 Chris Gayle (vc) Win 21 Sep 1979 (39) 289 All-rounder Left RA off spin
3 Carlos Brathwaite Win 18 Jul 1988 (30) 033 All-rounder Right RA medium
4 Darren Bravo Win 06 Feb 1989 (30) 095 Batsman Right RA medium
5 Sheldon Cottrell Win 19 Aug 1989 (29) 011 Bowler Right LA fast-medium
6 Fabian Allen Win 07 May 1995 (24) 004 Bowler Right LA orthodox
7 Shannon Gabriel Win 28 Apr 1988 (31) 013 Bowler Right RA fast
8 Shimron Hetmyer Win 26 Dec 1996 (22) 016 Batsman Left RA leg spin
9 Shai Hope (wk) Win 10 Nov 1993 (25) 052 Batsman Left LA medium
10 Evin Lewis Win 27 Dec 1991 (27) 034 Batsman Left RA medium
11 Ashley Nurse Win 22 Dec 1988 (30) 046 Bowler Right RA off spin
12 Nicholas Pooran (wk) Win 02 Oct 1995 (23) 001 Wk-batsman Left
13 Kemar Roach Win 30 Jun 1988 (30) 081 Bowler Right RA fast-medium
14 Andre Russell Win 29 Apr 1988 (31) 052 All-rounder Right RA fast
15 Oshane Thomas Win 18 Feb 1997 (22) 008 Bowler Left RA fast

All the ten wickets in an innings falling to catches in a first-class game and also in Ranji Trophy

The following are the occasions in first-class cricket where all the ten wickets fell to catches in an innings. There are 59 such occasions

No Cts Team, Inns, Opposition Ground Season
1 10 Hyderabad (1) v Mysore Gymkhana Ground, Secunderabad 1965/66
2 10 Hyderabad (2) v Mysore Gymkhana Ground, Secunderabad 1965/66
3 10 Vidarbha (2) v U Pradesh VCA Ground, Nagpur 1982/83
4 10 Vidarbha (2) v Mad Pradesh Tatya Tope Nagar Stadium, Bhopal 1982/83
5 10 Rest of India (1) v Karnataka Municipal Stadium, Rajkot 1983/84
6 10 Karnataka (1) v Kerala District Stadium, Bellary 1985/86
7 10 Kerala (1) v Hyderabad Prakasham Stadium, Kothagudem 1986/87
8 10 Goa (1) v Kerala Lal Bahadur Shastri Stadium, Quilon 1988/89
9 10 Punjab (1) v Bengal Eden Gardens, Calcutta 1988/89
10 10 Vidarbha (1) v Rajasthan Railway Cricket Ground, Jaipur 1989/90
11 10 Rajasthan (2) v Mad Pradesh Maharaja College Ground, Jaipur 1989/90
12 10 Mad Pradesh (1) v Vidarbha Postal Ground, Yavatmal 1989/90
13 10 Kerala (1) v Karnataka District Youth Service Stadium, Hassan 1989/90
14 10 Andhra (1) v Tamil Nadu Kodi Ramamurthy Stadium, Srikakalam 1989/90
15 10 Sargodha (1) v Peshawar Sports Stadium, Sargodha 1999/00
16 10 Sargodha (2) v Peshawar Sports Stadium, Sargodha 1999/00
17 10 Mad Pradesh (1) v Rajasthan BHEL Sports Complex, Bhopal 1990/91
18 10 Tamil Nadu (1) v Hyderabad Railways R C Ground, Secunderabad 1992/93
19 10 Karnataka (2) v Tamil Nadu MAC Stadium, Chepauk, Madras 1992/93
20 10 Mad Pradesh (1) v Delhi BHEL Sports Complex, Bhopal 1992/93
21 10 Punjab (1) v Hyderabad PAU Ground, Ludhiana 1992/93
22 10 Gujarat (2) v Bombay Sardar Vallabhai Patel Stadium, Valsad 1995/96
23 10 Hyderabad (1) v Andhra Gymkhana Ground, Secunderabad 1995/96
24 10 Delhi (1) v Bengal Eden Gardens, Calcutta 1996/97
25 10 Orissa (1) v Tripura Polytechnic Institute Ground, Agartala 1998/99
26 10 Hyderabad (2) v Karnataka M Chinnaswamy Stadium, Bangalore 1998/99
27 10 Hyderabad (1) v Andhra Ukku Stadium, Visakhapatnam 1998/99
28 10 Maharashtra (1) v Mumbai Nehru Stadium, Pune 1998/99
29 10 Bihar (1) v Karnataka M Chinnaswamy Stadium, Bangalore 1998/99
30 10 Tamil Nadu (1) v Andhra Indira Priyadarshini Stadium, Vizag 1999/00
31 10 U Pradesh (1) v Orissa Barabati Stadium, Cuttack 2001/02
32 10 Gujarat (1) v Bengal Eden Gardens, Kolkata 2001/02
33 10 Sebastianites CA Club (1) v Chilaw Marians CC Nondescripts CC Ground, Colombo 2001/02
34 10 Sebastianites CA Club (2) v Chilaw Marians CC Nondescripts CC Ground, Colombo 2001/02
35 10 Railways (2) v Bengal Kanchanjungwa Krirangan, Siliguri 2002/03
36 10 Gujarat (1) v Tamil Nadu Motera, Ahmedabad 2003/04
37 10 Hyderabad (1) v Tamil Nadu Gymkhana Ground, Secunderabad 2003/04
38 10 Karnataka (1) v Mumbai Wankhede Stadium, Mumbai 2004/05
39 10 Karnataka (2) v Mumbai Wankhede Stadium, Mumbai 2004/05
40 10 Delhi (1) v Tamil Nadu MAC Stadium, Chepauk, Madras 2007/08
41 10 Rajasthan (1) v Mumbai Brabourne Stadium, Mumbai 2008/09
42 10 Orissa (1) v Saurashtra Khandheri Cricket Ground, Rajkot 2008/09
43 10 Delhi (1) v Gujarat Sardar Vallabhai Patel Stadium, Valsad 2011/12
44 10 Karnataka (1) v Railways Karnail Singh Stadium, Delhi 2011/12
45 10 Jharkhand (1) v Maharashtra Hutatma AK Maidan, Golf Ground, Nasik 2011/12
46 10 Railways (1) v Mumbai Wankhede Stadium, Mumbai 2012/13
47 10 Mumbai (1) v Mad Pradesh Holkar Stadium, Indore 2012/13
48 10 U Pradesh (1) v Tamil Nadu IIT Chemplast Ground, Chennai 2012/13
49 10 Mad Pradesh (1) v Baroda Moti Bagh Stadium, Vadodara 2013/14
50 10 Mad Pradesh (2) v Rajasthan Captain Roop Singh Stadium, Gwalior 2013/14
51 10 Karnataka (1) v Bengal Eden Gardens, Kolkata 2014/15
52 10 Tripura (2) v Saurashtra Madhavrao Scindia Cricket Grd, Rajkot 2015/16
53 10 Assam (2) v Vidarbha VCA Stadium, Nagpur 2015/16
54 10 U Pradesh (1) v Gujarat Sardar Vallabhai Patel Stadium, Valsad 2015/16
55 10 Saurashtra (1) v Mumbai MCA Stadium, Gahunje 2015/16
56 10 Baroda (1) v Andhra Reliance Cricket Stadium, Vadodara 2017/18
57 10 Tripura (1) v Baroda Reliance Cricket Stadium, Vadodara 2017/18
58 10 Mad Pradesh (1) v Tamil Nadu NPR College Ground, Dindigul 2018/19
59 10 Tripura (1) v Haryana Maharaja BB College Stadium, Agartala 2018/19

Ranji Trophy has witnessed 55 occasions of all the ten wickets falling to catches in an innings. All such occasions are tabulated below

No Cts Team, Inns, Opposition Ground Season
1 10 Hyderabad (1) v Mysore Gymkhana Ground, Secunderabad 1965/66
2 10 Hyderabad (2) v Mysore Gymkhana Ground, Secunderabad 1965/66
3 10 Vidarbha (2) v U Pradesh VCA Ground, Nagpur 1982/83
4 10 Vidarbha (2) v Mad Pradesh Tatya Tope Nagar Stadium, Bhopal 1982/83
6 10 Karnataka (1) v Kerala District Stadium, Bellary 1985/86
7 10 Kerala (1) v Hyderabad Prakasham Stadium, Kothagudem 1986/87
8 10 Goa (1) v Kerala Lal Bahadur Shastri Stadium, Quilon 1988/89
9 10 Punjab (1) v Bengal Eden Gardens, Calcutta 1988/89
10 10 Vidarbha (1) v Rajasthan Railway Cricket Ground, Jaipur 1989/90
11 10 Rajasthan (2) v Mad Pradesh Maharaja College Ground, Jaipur 1989/90
12 10 Mad Pradesh (1) v Vidarbha Postal Ground, Yavatmal 1989/90
13 10 Kerala (1) v Karnataka District Youth Service Stadium, Hassan 1989/90
14 10 Andhra (1) v Tamil Nadu Kodi Ramamurthy Stadium, Srikakalam 1989/90
15 10 Mad Pradesh (1) v Rajasthan BHEL Sports Complex, Bhopal 1990/91
16 10 Tamil Nadu (1) v Hyderabad Railways R C Ground, Secunderabad 1992/93
17 10 Karnataka (2) v Tamil Nadu MAC Stadium, Chepauk, Madras 1992/93
18 10 Mad Pradesh (1) v Delhi BHEL Sports Complex, Bhopal 1992/93
19 10 Punjab (1) v Hyderabad PAU Ground, Ludhiana 1992/93
20 10 Gujarat (2) v Bombay Sardar Vallabhai Patel Stadium, Valsad 1995/96
21 10 Hyderabad (1) v Andhra Gymkhana Ground, Secunderabad 1995/96
22 10 Delhi (1) v Bengal Eden Gardens, Calcutta 1996/97
23 10 Orissa (1) v Tripura Polytechnic Institute Ground, Agartala 1998/99
24 10 Hyderabad (2) v Karnataka M Chinnaswamy Stadium, Bangalore 1998/99
25 10 Hyderabad (1) v Andhra Ukku Stadium, Visakhapatnam 1998/99
26 10 Maharashtra (1) v Mumbai Nehru Stadium, Pune 1998/99
27 10 Bihar (1) v Karnataka M Chinnaswamy Stadium, Bangalore 1998/99
28 10 Tamil Nadu (1) v Andhra Indira Priyadarshini Stadium, Vizag 1999/00
29 10 U Pradesh (1) v Orissa Barabati Stadium, Cuttack 2001/02
30 10 Gujarat (1) v Bengal Eden Gardens, Kolkata 2001/02
31 10 Railways (2) v Bengal Kanchanjungwa Krirangan, Siliguri 2002/03
32 10 Gujarat (1) v Tamil Nadu Motera, Ahmedabad 2003/04
33 10 Hyderabad (1) v Tamil Nadu Gymkhana Ground, Secunderabad 2003/04
34 10 Karnataka (1) v Mumbai Wankhede Stadium, Mumbai 2004/05
35 10 Karnataka (2) v Mumbai Wankhede Stadium, Mumbai 2004/05
36 10 Delhi (1) v Tamil Nadu MAC Stadium, Chepauk, Madras 2007/08
37 10 Rajasthan (1) v Mumbai Brabourne Stadium, Mumbai 2008/09
38 10 Orissa (1) v Saurashtra Khandheri Cricket Ground, Rajkot 2008/09
39 10 Delhi (1) v Gujarat Sardar Vallabhai Patel Stadium, Valsad 2011/12
40 10 Karnataka (1) v Railways Karnail Singh Stadium, Delhi 2011/12
41 10 Jharkhand (1) v Maharashtra Hutatma AK Maidan, Golf Ground, Nasik 2011/12
42 10 Railways (1) v Mumbai Wankhede Stadium, Mumbai 2012/13
43 10 Mumbai (1) v Mad Pradesh Holkar Stadium, Indore 2012/13
44 10 U Pradesh (1) v Tamil Nadu IIT Chemplast Ground, Chennai 2012/13
45 10 Mad Pradesh (1) v Baroda Moti Bagh Stadium, Vadodara 2013/14
46 10 Mad Pradesh (2) v Rajasthan Captain Roop Singh Stadium, Gwalior 2013/14
47 10 Karnataka (1) v Bengal Eden Gardens, Kolkata 2014/15
48 10 Tripura (2) v Saurashtra Madhavrao Scindia Cricket Grd, Rajkot 2015/16
49 10 Assam (2) v Vidarbha VCA Stadium, Nagpur 2015/16
50 10 U Pradesh (1) v Gujarat Sardar Vallabhai Patel Stadium, Valsad 2015/16
51 10 Saurashtra (1) v Mumbai MCA Stadium, Gahunje 2015/16
52 10 Baroda (1) v Andhra Reliance Cricket Stadium, Vadodara 2017/18
53 10 Tripura (1) v Baroda Reliance Cricket Stadium, Vadodara 2017/18
54 10 Mad Pradesh (1) v Tamil Nadu NPR College Ground, Dindigul 2018/19
55 10 Tripura (1) v Haryana Maharaja BB College Stadium, Agartala 2018/19

All the twenty wickets falling to catches in a first-class game – Former Karnataka Cricketer Najam Hussain – relives the first such occasion

Couple of days back, I had a surprise call from Najam Hussain, a former Ranji Trophy Cricketer and a good friend of mine since his playing days. His playing days coincided with the formative years of my cricketing career.  As an umpire in the local league matches, I was lucky to witness his magnificent all-round skills in all the three departments of the game. He remains the same genial cricketer as of yesteryears – a  true hallmark of a cricketer of his era.

The purpose of his call  which lasted about 25 to 30 minutes was to inform me a statistical record which has gone unnoticed by the Indian Cricket Statisticians which includes great names such as revered Anandji Dossa, Sudhir Vaidya, yours truly, K Gururaja Rao, B Ravindranath and C Keshavamurthy and a few others. He wanted me to publicize and populate this record. He was insistent that local dailies such as Deccan Herald, Prajavani shoud publish that. I assured him that  I would write an article on this statistics and publish them on my cricket portal www.hrgcricstats.com.

It was a feat of all the twenty wickets in a first class match falling to catches. It had happened during the Ranji Trophy match between Hyderabad and Mysore played at Gymkhana Grounds in 1965-66 in which the Hyderabad’s twenty wickets fell to catches pouched by Mysore fieldsmen.

Najam Hussain was of the opinion that it was the only occurrence in the first class cricket. But I had to visit the web portal of Association of Cricket Statisticians {ACS} to confirm his opinion. I found that it was one of the four occasions in the history of first class cricket. All the four occasions are detailed below. However, it was the first such occurrence in first class cricket.

No Cts Team, Inns, Opposition Ground Season
1 10 Hyderabad (1) v Mysore Gymkhana Ground, Secunderabad 1965/66
  10 Hyderabad (2) v Mysore Gymkhana Ground, Secunderabad 1965/66
         
2 10 Sargodha (1) v Peshawar Sports Stadium, Sargodha 1999/00
  10 Sargodha (2) v Peshawar Sports Stadium, Sargodha 1999/00
         
3 10 Sebastianites CA Club (1) v Chilaw Marians CC Nondescripts CC Ground, Colombo 2001/02
  10 Sebastianites CA Club (2) v Chilaw Marians CC Nondescripts CC Ground, Colombo 2001/02
         
4 10 Karnataka (1) v Mumbai Wankhede Stadium, Mumbai 2004/05
  10 Karnataka (2) v Mumbai Wankhede Stadium, Mumbai 2004/05

It was noted with interest that Ranji Trophy has witnessed another such instance which involves Mysore, now Karnataka. The game was between Mumbai and Karnataka at Mum-WS in 2004-04

The url of the score card culled from www.cricinfo.com is reproduced below. It is observed that Najam Hussain had made a huge contribution in this game by scoring a century in Mysore’s innings. Najam Hussain’s name is wrongly spelt as Najmal Hussain in the score card

http://static.espncricinfo.com/db/ARCHIVE/1960S/1965-66/IND_LOCAL/RANJI/SOUTH/HYD_MYSORE_RJI-S_11-13DEC1965.html

Salient Stats of Match Number Fifty-six of Indian Premier League 2019

Mumbai won this game by nine wickets margin to provide the 34th occasion of a team winning an IPL game by exact nine wickets. It also provides the fourth occasion of Mumbai winning an IPL game by exact nine wickets

No Team 1 Team 2 Winner Margin Ground  Date
1 Mumbai Chennai Mumbai 09 wickets Mumbai  14.05.08
2 Bangalore Mumbai Mumbai 09 wickets Bangalore  28.05.08
3 Bangalore Mumbai Mumbai 09 wickets Bangalore  12.04.11
4 Mumbai Kolkata Mumbai 09 wickets Mumbai  05.05.19

RG Sharma scored 55 not out in this game to provide the 247th occasion of a captain scoring a fifty in IPL. It also provides the 31st occasion of a Mumbai captain scoring a fifty in IPL.

No Batsman Runs Team Opposition Venue Date
1 SR Tendulkar 65 Mumbai Punjab Mumbai 21.05.08
2 SR Tendulkar 59* Mumbai Chennai Cape Town 18.04.09
3 SR Tendulkar 68 Mumbai Kolkata P E’beth 27.04.09
4 SR Tendulkar 63 Mumbai Delhi Delhi 17.03.10
5 SR Tendulkar 71* Mumbai Kolkata Mum-BS 22.03.10
6 SR Tendulkar 72 Mumbai Chennai Mum-BS 25.03.10
7 SR Tendulkar 55 Mumbai Deccan Mumbai 28.03.10
8 SR Tendulkar 89* Mumbai Rajasthan Jaipur 11.04.10
9 SR Tendulkar 55* Mumbai Bangalore Bangalore 12.04.11
10 SR Tendulkar 100* Mumbai Kochi Mumbai 15.04.11
11 SR Tendulkar 51 Mumbai Punjab Mumbai 02.05.11
12 RG Sharma 79* Mumbai Punjab Mumbai 29.04.13
13 RG Sharma 50 Mumbai Chennai Dubai-CA 25.04.14
14 RG Sharma 59 Mumbai Bangalore Mumbai 06.05.14
15 RG Sharma 51 Mumbai Kolkata Cuttack 14.05.14
16 RG Sharma 98* Mumbai Kolkata Kolkata 08.04.15
17 RG Sharma 50 Mumbai Chennai Mumbai 17.04.15
18 RG Sharma 50 Mumbai Chennai Kolkata 24.05.15
19 RG Sharma 84* Mumbai Kolkata Kolkata 12.04.16
20 RG Sharma 62 Mumbai Bangalore Mumbai 20.04.16
21 RG Sharma 65 Mumbai Delhi Delhi 23.04.16
22 RG Sharma 68* Mumbai Kolkata Mumbai 28.04.16
23 RG Sharma 85* Mumbai Ris Pune Pune-SRS 01.05.16
24 RG Sharma 58 Mumbai Ris Pune Mumbai 24.04.17
25 RG Sharma 56* Mumbai Bangalore Mumbai 01.05.17
26 RG Sharma 67 Mumbai Sunrisers Hyd-RGS 08.05.17
27 RG Sharma 94 Mumbai Bangalore Bangalore 17.04.18
28 RG Sharma 56* Mumbai Chennai Pune-MCA 28.04.18
29 KA Pollard 83 Mumbai Punjab Mumbai 10.04.19
30 RG Sharma 67 Mumbai Chennai Chennai 26.04.19
31 RG Sharma 55* Mumbai Kolkata Mumbai 05.05.19

It also provides the seventh occasion of a Mumbai captain scoring a fifty in IPL against Kolkata. All such occasions are tabulated below

No Batsman Runs Team Opposition Venue Date
1 SR Tendulkar 68 Mumbai Kolkata P E’beth 27.04.09
2 SR Tendulkar 71* Mumbai Kolkata Mum-BS 22.03.10
3 RG Sharma 51 Mumbai Kolkata Cuttack 14.05.14
4 RG Sharma 98* Mumbai Kolkata Kolkata 08.04.15
5 RG Sharma 84* Mumbai Kolkata Kolkata 12.04.16
6 RG Sharma 68* Mumbai Kolkata Mumbai 28.04.16
7 RG Sharma 55* Mumbai Kolkata Mumbai 05.05.19

RG Sharma’s 55 not out in this game represent his 37th fifty in IPL. He became the fifth batsman in IPL to score 37 or more fifties. Others are – DA Warner {48}, V Kohli {41}, SK Raina {39} and S Dhawan {37}RG Sharma’s 55 not out in this game represent his 60th fifty in T20 games.  He became the fifth batsman in the history of T20 games to score 60 or more fifties. Others are – CH Gayle {101}, DA Warner {78}, V Kohli {65} and BB McCullum (62}

Salient stats of Match number Fifty-five of Indian Premier League 2019

F du Plessis and SK Raina added 120 runs for the second wicket in this game to provide the 198th occasion of batsmen posting a three figure partnership in IPL. It also provides the 67th occasion of batsmen posting a three figure partnership for the second wicket in IPL

It also provides the 25th  occasion of Chennai batsmen posting a three figure partnership in IPL. All such occasions are tabulated below

No Partners Runs Wkt Team Opposition Venue Date
1 ML Hayden, SK Raina 104 3rd Chennai Mumbai Chennai 23.04.08
2 PA Patel, SK Raina 102* 2nd Chennai Punjab Mumbai 31.05.08
3 PA Patel, ML Hayden 106 1st Chennai Bangalore P Elizabeth 20.04.09
4 ML Hayden, MS Dhoni 100 3rd Chennai Punjab Centurion 07.05.09
5 S Badrinath, MS Dhoni 109* 4th Chennai Kolkata Kolkata 16.03.10
6 SK Raina, S Badrinath 142* 3rd Chennai Mumbai Mum-BS 25.03.10
7 M Vijay, JA Morkel 152 3rd Chennai Rajasthan Chennai 03.04.10
8 M Vijay, SK Raina 137* 2nd Chennai Kolkata Chennai 13.04.10
9 M Vijay, S Badrinath 124 3rd Chennai Punjab Mohali 13.04.11
10 MEK Hussey, SK Raina 137 2nd Chennai Rajasthan Chennai 04.05.11
11 MEK Hussey, M Vijay 159 1st Chennai Bangalore Chennai 28.05.11
12 F du Plessis, S Badrinath 116 1st Chennai Pune Chennai 19.04.12
13 M Vijay, MEK Hussey 139* 1st Chennai Punjab Mohali 10.04.13
14 WP Saha, MEK Hussey 103 1st Chennai Kolkata Chennai 28.04.13
15 MEK Hussey, SK Raina 133 2nd Chennai Sunrisers Hyd-RGS 08.05.13
16 MEK Hussey, SK Raina 140* 2nd Chennai Mumbai Delhi 21.05.13
17 BB McCullum, DR Smith 123 1st Chennai Punjab Abu Dhabi 18.04.14
18 DJ Hussey, MS Dhoni 108* 4th Chennai Sunrisers Ranchi 22.05.14
19 DR Smith, BB McCullum 109 1st Chennai Mumbai Mumbai 17.04.15
20 SK Raina, AT Rayudu 112 3rd Chennai Sunrisers Hyd-RGS 22.04.18
21 AT Rayudu, MS Dhoni 101 5th Chennai Bangalore Bangalore 25.04.18
22 SR Watson, F du Plessis 102 1st Chennai Delhi Pune=MCA 30.04.18
23 SR Watson, AT Rayudu 134 1st Chennai Sunrisers Pune-MCA 13.05.18
24 SR Watson, SK Raina 117 2nd Chennai Sunrisers Mumbai 27.05.18
25 F du Plessis, SK Raina 120 2nd Chennai Punjab Mohali 05.05.19

It also provides the sixth occasion of Chennai batsmen posting a three figure partnership in IPL against Punjab. All such occasions are tabulated below

No Partners Runs Wkt Team Opposition Venue Date
1 PA Patel, SK Raina 102* 2nd Chennai Punjab Mumbai 31.05.08
2 ML Hayden, MS Dhoni 100 3rd Chennai Punjab Centurion 07.05.09
3 M Vijay, S Badrinath 124 3rd Chennai Punjab Mohali 13.04.11
4 M Vijay, MEK Hussey 139* 1st Chennai Punjab Mohali 10.04.13
5 BB McCullum, DR Smith 123 1st Chennai Punjab Abu Dhabi 18.04.14
6 F du Plessis, SK Raina 120 2nd Chennai Punjab Mohali 05.05.19

KL Rahul and CH Gayle added 108 runs for the first wicket in this game to provide the 199th occasion of batsmen posting a three figure partnership in IPL. It also provides the 67th occasion of batsmen posting a three figure partnership for the first wicket in IPL

It also provides the 25th occasion of Punjab batsmen posting a three figure partnership in IPL. All such occasions are tabulated below

No Partners Runs Wkt Team Opposition Ground Date
1 SE Marsh, LA Pomersbach 102* 2nd Punjab Bangalore Mohali 12.05.08
2 SE Marsh, LA Pomersbach 133 2nd Punjab Mumbai Mumbai 21.05.08
3 SE Marsh, JR Hopes 133 1st Punjab Rajasthan Mohali 28.05.08
4 RS Bopara, MS Bisla 129 1st Punjab Bangalore Bangalore 16.03.10
5 AC Gilchrist, PC Valthaty 136 1st Punjab Deccan Hyd-RGS 16.04.11
6 SE Marsh, KD Karthik 111 3rd Punjab Kochi Indore 13.05.11
7 PC Valthaty, SE Marsh 102 2nd Punjab Delhi Dharamsala 15.05.11
8 AC Gilchrist, SE Marsh 206 2nd Punjab Bangalore Dharamsala 17.05.11
9 Mandeep Singh, DA Miller 128* 4th Punjab Pune Mohali 21.04.13
10 DA Miller, R Sathish 130* 5th Punjab Bangalore Mohali 06.05.13
11 AC Gilchrist, SE Marsh 102 2nd Punjab Rajasthan Mohali 09.05.13
12 AC Gilchrist, Azhar Mahmood 118 2nd Punjab Bangalore Bangalore 14.05.13
13 Azhar Mahmood, SE Marsh 148 3rd Punjab Mumbai Dharamsala 18.05.13
14 GJ Maxwell, DA Miller 115 4th Punjab Chennai Abu Dhabi 18.04.14
15 CA Pujara, GJ Maxwell 116 3rd Punjab Rajasthan Sharjah 20.04.14
16 V Sehwag, M Vohra 110 1st Punjab Chennai Mumbai 30.05.14
17 GJ Maxwell, DA Miller 135 3rd Punjab Chennai Cuttack 07.05.14
18 M Vohra, WP Saha 129 3rd Punjab Kolkata Bangalore 01.06.14
19 M Vijay, WP Saha 116 2nd Punjab Mumbai Vizag 13.05.16
20 HM Amla, SE Marsh 125 2nd Punjab Gujarat Mohali 07.05.17
21 KL Rahul, CH Gayle 116 1st Punjab Kolkata Kolkata 21,04.18
22 KL Rahul, SN Khan 110 3rd Punjab Chennai Chennai 06.04.19
23 KL Rahul, MA Agarwal 114 2nd Punjab Sunrisers Mohali 08.04.19
24 KL Rahul, CH Gayle 116 1st Punjab Mumbai Mumbai 10.04.19
25 KL Rahul, CH Gayle 108 1st Punjab Chennai Mohali 05.05.19

It also provides the fifth occasion of Punjab batsmen posting a three figure partnership in IPL against Chennai. All such occasions are tabulated below

No Partners Runs Wkt Team Opposition Ground Date
1 GJ Maxwell, DA Miller 115 4th Punjab Chennai Abu Dhabi 18.04.14
2 V Sehwag, M Vohra 110 1st Punjab Chennai Mumbai 30.05.14
3 GJ Maxwell, DA Miller 135 3rd Punjab Chennai Cuttack 07.05.14
4 KL Rahul, SN Khan 110 3rd Punjab Chennai Chennai 06.04.19
5 KL Rahul, CH Gayle 108 1st Punjab Chennai Mohali 05.05.19

F du Plessis and SK Raina added 120 runs for the second wicket in Chennai innings and KL Rahul and CH Gayle added 108 runs for the first wicket in Punjab’s innings in this game to provide the  15th occasion of batsmen from rival temas posting a three figure partnerships in the same game in IPL. All such occasions are tabulated below

No No Partners Runs Wkt Team Opposition Ground Date
1 1 SS Tiwary, AT Rayudu 110 4th Mumbai Rajasthan Mum-BS 13.03.10
  2 YK Pathan, P Dogra 107 5th Rajasthan Mumbai Mum-BS 13.03.10
                 
2 1 SR Tendulkar, AT Rayudu 116 2nd Mumbai Kochi Mumbai 15.04.11
  2 BB McCullum, M Jayawardene 128 1st Kochi Mumbai Mumbai 15.04.11
                 
3 1 S Dhawan, CL White 126 3rd Deccan Delhi Hyd-RGS 10.05.12
  2 DA Warner, NV Ojha 189* 2nd Delhi Deccan Hyd-RGS 10.05.12
                 
4 1 CA Pujara, CH Gayle 102 1st Bangalore Punjab Mohali 06.05.13
  2 DA Miller, R Sathish 130* 5th Punjab Bangalore Mohali 06.05.13
                 
5 1 CH Gayle, V Kohli 136 2nd Bangalore Punjab Bangalore 14.05.13
  2 AC Gilchrist, Azhar Mahmood 118 2nd Punjab Bangalore Bangalore 14.05.13
                 
6 1 BB McCullum, DR Smith 123 1st Chennai Punjab Abu Dhabi 18.04.14
  2 GJ Maxwell, DA Miller 115 4th Punjab Chennai Abu Dhabi 18.04.14
                 
7 1 DA Warner, S Dhawan 116 1st Sunrisers Chennai Ranchi 22.05.14
  2 DJ Hussey, MS Dhoni 108* 4th Chennai Sunrisers Ranchi 22.05.14
                 
8 1 V Kohli, AB de Villiers 107 2nd Bangalore Delhi Bangalore 17.04.16
  2 Q de Kock, KK Nair 134 3rd Delhi Bangalore Bangalore 17.04.16
                 
9 1 SK Raina, KD Karthik 133 3rd Gujarat Delhi Delhi 04.05.17
  2 SV Samson, RR Pant 143 2nd Delhi Gujarat Delhi 04.05.17
                 
10 1 DA Warner, V Shankar 133* 3rd Sunrisers Gujarat Kanpur 13.05.17
  2 DR Smith, Ishan Kishan 111 1st Gujarat Sunrisers Kanpur 13.05.17
                 
11 1 Q de Kock, AB de Villiers 103 2nd Bangalore Chennai Bangalore 25.04.18
  2 AT Rayudu, MS Dhoni 101 5th Chennai Bangalore Bangalore 25.04.18
                 
12 1 S Dhawan, KS Williamson 123 2nd Sunrisers Chennai Pune-MCA 13.05.18
  2 SR Watson, AT Rayudu 134 1st Chennai Sunrisers Pune-MCA 13.05.18
                 
13 1 AB de Villers, Moin Ali 107 3rd Bangalore Sunrisers Bangalore 17.05.18
  2 KS Williamson, MK Pandey 135 3rd Sunrisers Bangalore Bangalore 17.05.18
                 
14 1 AM Rahane, SV Samson 119 2nd Rajasthan Sunrisers Hyd-RGS 29.03.19
  2 DA Warner, JM Bairstow 110 1st Sunrisers Rajasthan Hyd-RGS 29.03.19
                 
15 1 F du Plessis, SK Raina 120 2nd Chennai Punjab Mohali 05.05.19
  2 KL Rahul, CH Gayle 108 1st Punjab Chennai Mohali 05.05.19

F du Plessis scored 96 in this game to provide the 61st  occasion of a batsman scoring a ninety in IPL. It also provides the seventh occasion of a Chennai batsman scoring a ninety in IPL

No Player Runs Balls 4s 6s Team Opposition Ground Date
1 SK Raina 99* 52 11 3 Chennai Sunrisers Hyd-RGS 08.05.13
2 SK Raina 98 55 10 5 Chennai Rajasthan Centurion 30.04.09
3 M Vijay 95 52 4 6 Chennai Bangalore Chennai 28.05.11
4 MEK Hussey 95 59 11 2 Chennai Kolkata Chennai 28.04.13
5 ML Hayden 93 43 9 7 Chennai Delhi Delhi 19.03.10
6 SR Watson 96 53 9 6 Chennai Sunrisers Chennai 23.04.19
7 F du Plessis 96 55 10 4 Chennai Punjab Mohali 05.05.19

F du Plessis’ knock of 96 in this game contained ten boundary fours to provide the 33rd occasion of a batsman scoring ten or more boundary fours whenever he has scored a ninety. All such occasions are tabulated below

No Player Runs Balls 4s 6s Team Opposition Ground Date
1 AM Rahane 98 66 16 1 Rajasthan Punjab Jaipur 06.04.12
2 GJ Maxwell 95 43 15 2 Punjab Cnennai Abu Dhabi 18.04.14
3 SS Iyer 96 57 15 2 Delhi Gujarat Kanpur 10.05.17
4 S Dhawan 95* 57 14 1 Deccan Punjab Dharamsala 21.05.11
5 MS Bisla 92 61 14 2 Kolkata Chennai Chennai 28.04.13
6 HM Amla 96 56 14 2 Punjab Sunrisers Mohali 15.05.16
7 KC Sangakkara 94 56 13 1 Punjab Mumbai Mohali 25.04.08
8 M Jayawardene 93* 62 13 2 Punjab Deccan Dharamsala 16.04.10
9 V Sehwag 95* 57 13 2 Delhi Mumbai Delhi 21.04.13
10 SR Watson 98* 53 13 4 Rajasthan Sunrisers Jaipur 27.04.13
11 G Gambhir 90* 60 13 1 Kolkata Sunrisers Hyd-RGS 16.04.16
12 DA Warner 90 45 12 3 Sunrisers Chennai Ranchi 22.05.14
13 RG Sharma 98* 65 12 4 Mumbai Kolkata Kolkata 08.04.15
14 PP Shaw 99 55 12 3 Delhi Kolkata Delhi 30.03.19
15 SC Ganguly 91 57 11 5 Kolkata Deccan Hyd-RGS 11.05.08
16 CH Gayle 92* 58 11 5 Bangalore Mumbai Bangalore 04.04.13
17 V Kohli 93* 47 11 4 Bangalore Sunrisers Bangalore 09.04.13
18 MEK Hussey 95 59 11 2 Chennai Kolkata Chennai 28.04.13
19 SK Raina 99* 52 11 3 Chennai Sunrisers Hyd-RGS 08.05.13
20 DA Warner 93* 58 11 3 Sunrisers Gujarat Delhi 27.05.16
21 WP Saha 93* 55 11 3 Punjab Mumbai Mumbai 11.05.17
22 KL Rahul 95* 70 11 2 Punjab Rajasthan Jaipur 08.05.18
23 JC Buttler 95* 60 11 2 Rajasthan Chennai Jaipur 11.05.18
24 S Dhawan 97* 63 11 2 Delhi Kolkata Kolkata 12.04.19
25 V Sehwag 94* 41 10 6 Delhi Deccan Hyd-RGS 22.04.08
26 SK Raina 98 55 10 5 Chennai Rajasthan Centurion 30.04.09
27 SR Watson 90* 51 10 4 Rajasthan Pune Pune 08.05.12
28 V Kohli 99 58 10 4 Bangalore Delhi Delhi 10.05.13
29 RG Sharma 94 52 10 4 Mumbai Bangalore Bangalore 17.04.18
30 AB de Villers 90* 39 10 5 Bangalore Delhi Bangalore 21.04.18
31 KL Rahul 94 60 10 2 Punjab Mumbai Mumbai 16.05.18
32 CH Gayle 99* 64 10 5 Punjab Bangalore Mohali 13.04.19
33 F du Plessis 96 55 10 4 Chennai Punjab Mohali 05.05.19

It also provides the fourth occasion of a Chennai batsman scoring ten or more boundary fours whenever he has scored a ninety. All such occasions are tabulated below

No Player Runs Balls 4s 6s Team Opposition Ground Date
1 MEK Hussey 95 59 11 2 Chennai Kolkata Chennai 28.04.13
2 SK Raina 99* 52 11 3 Chennai Sunrisers Hyd-RGS 08.05.13
3 SK Raina 98 55 10 5 Chennai Rajasthan Centurion 30.04.09
4 F du Plessis 96 55 10 4 Chennai Punjab Mohali 05.05.19

It also provides the 28th occasion of an overseas batsman scoring a ninety in IPL. All such occasions are tabulated below

No Player Runs Balls 4s 6s Team Opposition Ground Date
1 KC Sangakkara 94 56 13 1 Punjab Mumbai Mohali 25.04.08
2 GC Smith 91 51 9 4 Rajasthan Chennai Chennai 24.05.08
3 ML Hayden 93 43 9 7 Chennai Delhi Delhi 19.03.10
4 M Jayawardene 93* 62 13 2 Punjab Deccan Dharamsala 16.04.10
5 SE Marsh 95 46 9 6 Punjab Delhi Delhi 23.04.11
6 SR Watson 90* 51 10 4 Rajasthan Pune Pune 08.05.12
7 CH Gayle 92* 58 11 5 Bangalore Mumbai Bangahlore 04.04.13
8 SR Watson 98* 53 13 4 Rajasthan Sunrisers Jaipur 27.04.13
9 MEK Hussey 95 59 11 2 Chennai Kolkata Chennai 28.04.13
10 GJ Maxwell 95 43 15 2 Punjab Cnennai Abu Dhabi 18.04.14
11 GJ Maxwell 95 43 5 9 Punjab Sunrisers Sharjah 22.04.14
12 GJ Maxwell 90 38 6 8 Punjab Chennai Cuttack 07.05.14
13 DA Warner 90 45 12 3 Sunrisers Chennai Ranchi 22.05.14
14 CJ Anderson 95* 44 9 6 Mumbai Rajasthan Mumbai 25.05.14
15 CH Gayle 96 56 7 7 Bangalore Kolkata Kolkata 11.04.15
16 DA Warner 91 55 9 4 Sunrisers Kolkata Vizag 22.04.15
17 DA Warner 90* 59 7 4 Sunrisers Mumbai Hyd-RGS 18.04.16
18 DA Warner 92 50 9 5 Sunrisers Bangalore Hyd-RGS 30.04.16
19 HM Amla 96 56 14 2 Punjab Sunrisers Mohali 15.05.16
20 DA Warner 93* 58 11 3 Sunrisers Gujarat Delhi 27.05.16
21 CA Lynn 93* 41 6 8 Kolkata Gujarat Rajkot 07.04.17
22 J Roy 91* 53 6 6 Delhi Mumbai Mumbai 14.04.18
23 AB de Villers 90* 39 10 5 Bangalore Delhi Bangalore 21.04.18
24 JC Buttler 95* 60 11 2 Rajasthan Chennai Jaipur 11.05.18
25 JC Buttler 94* 53 9 5 Rajasthan Mumbai Mumbai 13.05.18
26 CH Gayle 99* 64 10 5 Punjab Bangalore Mohali 13.04.19
27 SR Watson 96 53 9 6 Chennai Sunrisers Chennai 23.04.19
28 F du Plessis 96 55 10 4 Chennai Punjab Mohali 05.05.19

It also provides the fourth occasion of an overseas batsman representing Chennai scoring a ninety in IPL. All such occasions are tabulated below

No Player Runs Balls 4s 6s Team Opposition Ground Date
1 ML Hayden 93 43 9 7 Chennai Delhi Delhi 19.03.10
2 MEK Hussey 95 59 11 2 Chennai Kolkata Chennai 28.04.13
3 SR Watson 96 53 9 6 Chennai Sunrisers Chennai 23.04.19
4 F du Plessis 96 55 10 4 Chennai Punjab Mohali 05.05.19

SK Raina scored 53 in this game providing his 39th fifty in IPL. Only DA Warner {44} and V Kohli {41} have scored more fifties in IPL than SK Raina. SK Raina scored 53 in this game providing his 38th half century in IPL. Only DA Warner {40} has scored more half centuries in IPL than SK Raina.

SK Raina became the first cricketer in IPL to appear in 190 games. This game was his 190th game. MS Dhoni is close behind him with 187 games.

MS Dhoni’s aggregate dismissals in IPL read 129 at the end of this game. Only KD Karthik has effected more dismissals {130} in IPL.

MS Dhoni earned the distinction of keeping wickets in 300 innings in T20 games. He became the first wicket keeper in the history of T20 games to achieve this distinction. This game provides his 300th innings.

Salient Stats of Match number Fifty-four of Indian Premier League 2019

KS Williamson of Sunrisers scored 70 not out in this game to provide the 246th occasion of a captain scoring a fifty in IPL. It also provides the 30th occasion of a Sunrisers captain scoring a fifty in IPL

No Player Runs Team Opposition Venue Date
1 DA Warner 53 Sunrisers Chennai Chennai 11.04.15
2 DA Warner 57 Sunrisers Bangalore Bangalore 13.04.15
3 DA Warner 91 Sunrisers Kolkata Vizag 22.04.15
4 DA Warner 58 Sunrisers Punjbab Mohali 27.04.15
5 DA Warner 61 Sunrisers Chennai Hyd-RGS 02.05.15
6 DA Warner 81 Sunrisers Punjab Hyd-RGS 11.05.15
7 DA Warner 52* Sunrisers Bangalore Hyd-RGS 15.05.15
8 DA Warner 58 Sunrisers Bangalore Bangalore 12.04.16
9 DA Warner 90* Sunrisers Mumbai Hyd-RGS 18.04.16
10 DA Warner 74* Sunrisers Gujarat Rajkot 21.04.16
11 DA Warner 59 Sunrisers Punjab Hyd-RGS 23.04.16
12 DA Warner 92 Sunrisers Bangalore Hyd-RGS 30.04.16
13 DA Warner 52 Sunrisers Punjab Mohali 15.05.16
14 DA Warner 73 Sunrisers Delhi Raipur 20.05.16
15 DA Warner 93* Sunrisers Gujarat Delhi 27.05.16
16 DA Warner 69 Sunrisers Bangalore Bangalore 29.05.16
17 DA Warner 76* Sunrisers Gujarat Hyd-RGS 09.04.17
18 DA Warner 70* Sunrisers Punjab Hyd-RGS 17.04.17
19 DA Warner 51 Sunrisers Punjab Mohali 28.04.17
20 DA Warner 126 Sunrisers Kolkata Hyd-RGS 30.04.17
21 DA Warner 69 Sunrisers Gujarat Kanpur 13.05.17
22 KS Williamson 50 Sunrisers Kolkata Kolkata 14.04.18
23 KS Williamson 54 Sunrisers Punjab Mohali 19.04.18
24 KS Willimason 84 Surnisers Chennai Hyd=RGS 22.04.18
25 KS Williamson 63 Surnisers Rajasthan Jaipur 29.04.18
26 KS Williamson 56 Sunrisers Bangalore Hyd-RGS 07.05.18
27 KS Williamson 83* Sunrisers Delhi Delhi 10.05.18
28 KS Williamson 51 Sunrisers Chennai Pune-MCA 13.05.18
29 KS Willimason 81 Surnisers Bangalore Bangalore 17.05.18
30 KS Williamson 70 Sunrisers Bangalore Bangalore 04.05.19

It also provides the eighth occasion of a Sunrisers captain scoring a fifty in IPL against Bangalore. All such occasions are tabulated below.

No Player Runs Team Opposition Venue Date
1 DA Warner 57 Sunrisers Bangalore Bangalore 13.04.15
2 DA Warner 52* Sunrisers Bangalore Hyd-RGS 15.05.15
3 DA Warner 58 Sunrisers Bangalore Bangalore 12.04.16
4 DA Warner 92 Sunrisers Bangalore Hyd-RGS 30.04.16
5 DA Warner 69 Sunrisers Bangalore Bangalore 29.05.16
6 KS Williamson 56 Sunrisers Bangalore Hyd-RGS 07.05.18
7 KS Willimason 81 Surnisers Bangalore Bangalore 17.05.18
8 KS Williamson 70 Sunrisers Bangalore Bangalore 04.05.19

PA Patel was dismissed for a duck in this game to provide the 58th occasion of a wicket keeper batsman scoring a duck in IPL. It also provides the sixth occasion of a Bangalore wicket keeper batsman scoring a duck in IPL.

No   Pos Batsman Runs Balls Team Opposition Venue Date
1 + 02 RV Uthappa 00 01 Bangalore Punjab Durban 24.04.09
2 + 05 AB de Villiers 00 07 Bangalore Deccan Hyd-RGS 14.04.11
3 + 01 AB de Villers 00 02 Bangalore Chennai Bangalore 22.05.11
4 + 04 AB de Villiers 00 01 Bangalore Kolkata Kolkata 28.04.12
5 + 04 KL Rahul 00 01 Bangalore Gujarat Bangalore 24.05.16
6 + 01 PA Patel 00 03 Bangalore Sunrisers Bangalore 04.05.19

PA Patel collected his 13th duck in IPL. He now shares the record for most ducks in the history of IPL with Harbhajan Singh. Harbhajan Singh has also collected 13 ducks in IPL.

SO Hetmeyr and Gurukeerath Singh added 144 runs for the fourth wicket in this game to provide the 197        th  occasion of batsmen  posting a three figure partnership in IPL. It also provides the 17th occasion of batsmen posting a three figure partnership in IPL for the fourth wicket

No Partners Runs Wkt Team Opposition Venue Date
1 A Symonds, RG Sharma 111 4th Deccan Rajasthan Hyd-RGS 24.04.08
2 RV Uthappa, DJ Bravo 113* 4th Mumbai Kolkata Kolkata 29.04.08
3 SS Tiwary, AT Rayudu 110 4th Mumbai Rajasthan Mum-BS 13.03.10
4 S Badrinath, MS Dhoni 109* 4th Chennai Kolkata Kolkata 16.03.10
5 DA Warner, PD Collingwood 128 4th Delhi Kolkata Delhi 29.03.10
6 CH Gayle, AB de Villiers 131 4th Bangalore Punjab Mohali 20.04.12
7 TM Dilshan, AB de Villiers 122* 4th Bangalore Rajasthan Jaipur 23.04.12
8 Mandeep Singh, DA Miller 128* 4th Punjab Pune Mohali 21.04.13
9 GJ Maxwell, DA Miller 115 4th Punjab Chennai Abu Dhabi 18.04.14
10 AB de Villiers, Yuvraj Singh 132 4th Bangalore Rajasthan Bangalore 11.05.14
11 RV Uthappa, Shakib Al Hasan 121 4th Kolkata Bangalore Kolkata 22.05.14
12 DJ Hussey, MS Dhoni 108* 4th Chennai Sunrisers Ranchi 22.05.14
13 RG Sharma, CJ Anderson 131* 4th Mumbai Kolkata Kolkata 08.04.15
14 CJ Anderson, KA Pollard 104 4th Mumbai Rajasthan Ahmedabad 14.04.15
15 RV Uthappa, AD Russell 112* 4th Kolkata Chennai Kolkata 30.04.15
15 KK Nair, SW Billings 105 4th Delhi Kolkata Delhi 30.04.16
16 MK Pandey, YK Pathan 110 4th Kolkata Delhi Delhi 17.04.17
17 SO Hetmeyr, Gurukeerat Singh 144 4th Bangalore Sunrisers Bangalore 04.05.19

SO Hetmeyr and Gurukeerath Singh added 144 runs for the fourth wicket in this game to providing the record partnership in IPL for the fourth wicket. The previous best was 132 runs stand between AB de Villiers and Yuvraj Singh in the match between Bangalore and Rajasthan at Bangalore on 11.05.14

No Partners Runs Wkt Team Opposition Venue Date
1 SO Hetmeyr, Gurukeerat Singh 144 4th Bangalore Sunrisers Bangalore 04.05.19
2 AB de Villiers, Yuvraj Singh 132 4th Bangalore Rajasthan Bangalore 11.05.14

It also provides the 32nd occasion of Bangalore batsmen posting a three figure partnership in IPL. All such occasions are tabulated below

No Partners Runs Wkt Team Opposition Ground Date
1 JH Kallis, RV Uthappa 126* 2nd Bangalore Mumbai Johannesburg 03.05.09
2 TM Dilshan, CH Gayle 123 1st Bangalore Kolkata Kolkata 22.04.11
3 CH Gayle, V Kohli 111 2nd Bangalore Punjab Bangalore 06.05.11
4 MA Agarwal, CH Gayle 113 1st Bangalore Mumbai Chennai 27.05.11
5 CH Gayle, V Kohli 109 2nd Bangalore Chennai Chennai 12.04.12
6 CH Gayle, AB de Villiers 131 4th Bangalore Punjab Mohali 20.04.12
7 TM Dilshan, AB de Villiers 122* 4th Bangalore Rajasthan Jaipur 23.04.12
8 CH Gayle, V Kohli 119 2nd Bangalore Punjab Bangalore 02.05.12
9 CH Gayle, V Kohli 204* 2nd Bangalore Delhi Delhi 17.05.12
10 V Kohli, AB de Villiers 103 3rd Bangalore Delhi Bangalore 16.04.13
11 CH Gayle, TM Dilshan 167 1st Bangalore Pune Bangalore 23.04.13
12 CA Pujara, CH Gayle 102 1st Bangalore Punjab Mohali 06.05.13
13 CH Gayle, V Kohli 136 2nd Bangalore Punjab Bangalore 14.05.13
14 AB de Villiers, Yuvraj Singh 132 4th Bangalore Rajasthan Bangalore 11.05.14
15 CH Gayle, V Kohli 119 1st Bangalore Punjab Bangalore 06.05.15
16 V Kohli, AB de Villiers 215* 2nd Bangalore Mumbai Mumbai 10.05.15
17 AB de Villiers, Mandeep Singh 113 3rd Bangalore Rajasthan Pune-MCA 20.05.15
18 V Kohli, AB de Villiers 157 2nd Bangalore Sunrisers Bangalore 12.04.16
19 V Kohli, AB de Villiers 107 2nd Bangalore Delhi Bangalore 17.04.16
20 V Kohli, AB de Villiers 155 2nd Bangalore Ris Pune Pune-MCA 22.04.16
21 V Kohli, KL Rahul 121* 3rd Bangalore Gujarat Rajkot 24.04.16
22 V Kohli, AB de Villiers 229 2nd Bangalore Gujarat Bangalore 14.05.16
23 V Kohli, AB de Villiers 115* 2nd Bangalore Kolkata Kolkata 16.05.16
24 CH Gayle, V Kohli 147 1st Bangalore Punjab Bangalore 18.05.16
25 CH Gayle, V Kohli 114 1st Bangalore Sunrisers Bangalore 29.05.16
25 CH Gayle, V Kohli 122 1st Bangalore Gujarat Rajkot 18.04.17
27 Q de Kock, AB de Villiers 103 2nd Bangalore Chennai Bangalore 25.04.18
28 V Kohli, AB de Villiers 118  3rd Bangalore Delhi Delhi 12.05.18
29 AB de Villers, Moin Ali 107 3rd Bangalore Sunrisers Bangalore 17.05.18
30 V Kohli, AB de Villiers 108 2nd Bangalore Kolkata Bangalore 05.04.19
31 AB de Villiers, MP Stoinis 121* 5th Bangalore Punjab Bangalore 24.04.19
32 SO Hetmeyr, Gurukeerat Singh 144 4th Bangalore Sunrisers Bangalore 04.05.19

It also provides the fourth occasion of Bangalore batsmen posting a three figure partnership in IPL for the fourth wicket. All such occasions are tabulated below

No Partners Runs Wkt Team Opposition Ground Date
1 CH Gayle, AB de Villiers 131 4th Bangalore Punjab Mohali 20.04.12
2 TM Dilshan, AB de Villiers 122* 4th Bangalore Rajasthan Jaipur 23.04.12
3 AB de Villiers, Yuvraj Singh 132 4th Bangalore Rajasthan Bangalore 11.05.14
4 SO Hetmeyr, Gurukeerat Singh 144 4th Bangalore Sunrisers Bangalore 04.05.19

SO Hetmeyr and Gurukeerath Singh added 144 runs for the fourth wicket in this game to providing the record partnership by Bangalore batsmen in IPL for the fourth wicket. The previous best was 132 runs stand between AB de Villiers and Yuvraj Singh in the match between Bangalore and Rajasthan at Bangalore on 11.05.14

No Partners Runs Wkt Team Opposition Venue Date
1 SO Hetmeyr, Gurukeerat Singh 144 4th Bangalore Sunrisers Bangalore 04.05.19
2 AB de Villiers, Yuvraj Singh 132 4th Bangalore Rajasthan Bangalore 11.05.14

It also provides the fourth occasion of Bangalore batsmen posting a three figure partnership in IPL against Sunrisers. All such occasions are tabulated below

No Partners Runs Wkt Team Opposition Ground Date
1 V Kohli, AB de Villiers 157 2nd Bangalore Sunrisers Bangalore 12.04.16
2 CH Gayle, V Kohli 114 1st Bangalore Sunrisers Bangalore 29.05.16
3 AB de Villers, Moin Ali 107 3rd Bangalore Sunrisers Bangalore 17.05.18
4 SO Hetmeyr, Gurukeerat Singh 144 4th Bangalore Sunrisers Bangalore 04.05.19

KS Williamson’s 70 not out in this game was in a  losing cause to provide the  occasion of a captain’s fifty going in vain in IPL. It also provides the ninth occasion of a Sunrisers captain’s fifty going in vain in IPL.

No * Players Runs Team Opposition Venue Date
1 * DA Warner 53 Sunrisers Chennai Chennai 11.04.15
2 * DA Warner 52* Sunrisers Bangalore Hyd-RGS 15.05.15
3 * DA Warner 58 Sunrisers Bangalore Bangalore 12.04.16
4 * DA Warner 73 Sunrisers Delhi Raipur 20.05.16
5 * KS Williamson 54 Sunrisers Punjab Mohali 19.04.18
6 * KS Williamson 84 Sunrisers Chennai Hyd-RGS 22.04.18
7 * KS Williamson 51 Sunrisers Chennai Pune-MCA 13.05.18
8 * KS Williamson 81 Sunrisers Bangalore Bangalore 17.05.18
9 * KS Williamson 70* Sunrisers Bangalore Bangalore 04.05.19

It also provides the fourth occasion of a Sunrisers captain’s fifty going in vain in IPL against Bangalore.  All such occasions are tabulated below

No * Players Runs Team Opposition Venue Date
1 * DA Warner 52* Sunrisers Bangalore Hyd-RGS 15.05.15
2 * DA Warner 58 Sunrisers Bangalore Bangalore 12.04.16
3 * KS Williamson 81 Sunrisers Bangalore Bangalore 17.05.18
4 * KS Williamson 70* Sunrisers Bangalore Bangalore 04.05.19

V Kohli has an aggregate of 3994 as captain in IPL prior to the start of this game. He needed six more runs for 4000 runs. He scored 16 in this game and his run aggregate as captain in IPL read 4010. He become the second captain in IPL to total 4000 plus runs after MS Dhoni. MS Dhoni has an aggregate of 4094 runs

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