Maharaja T20 Cup 2022 First Match Hubli Tigers Vs Mangalore United at Mysore on 07 Aug 2022

Maharaja T20 Cup 2022 First Match Hubli Tigers Vs Mangalore United at Mysore on 07 Aug 2022

The firsts of this tournament hosted by Karnataka State Cricket Association are tabulated below

The first match of the tournament was played between Hubli Tigers and Mangalore United at Mysore on 07 Aug 2022

The captains of these two teams were – A Mithun for Hubli Tigers and R Samarth for Mangalore United

The wicket keepers who kept wickets for these two teams were – L Sisodia for Hubli Tigers and S Sater for Mangalore United

This match was truncated and was decided by VJD Method

Toss was won by Mangalore United and decided to field first.

The first pair of opening batsmen were – L Sisodia and G Naveen of Hubli Tigers.

The first pair of opening bowlers were – HS Sharath and V Kumar of Mangalore United

The first wicket keeper opening batsman in the tournament was L Sisodia of Hubli Tigers

The first ball was bowled by HS Sharath of Mangalore United and the first ball was received by L Sisodia of Hubli Tigers

The first run was scored by L Sisodia of Hubli Tigers off the first ball of the tournament bowled by HS Sharath of Mangalore United

The first boundary four was scored by L Sisodia off V Kumar. V Kumar’s first delivery in the tournament and 1.1 delivery of the tournament.

The first batsman to be dismissed was G Naveen. The first bowler to take the wicket was V Kumar. Mode of dismissal – Caught. R Samarth became the first fieldsman to dismiss a batsman caught in the tournament. He also became the first captain to dismiss a batsman caught in the tournament

The first boundary six of the tournament was scored by Liyan Khan off the bowling of AC Rohit Kumar – 9.3 over of the tournament. Liyan Khan scored the second six and third six of the tournament off AC Rohit Kumar {9.4 and 9.5 over}. Liyan Khan scored three consecutive sixes.

S Bhavane of Hubli Tigers was dismissed run out for 9 in this game and became the first batsman to be dismissed run out in the tournament. Doddamani Anand of Hubli Tigers was the second batsman to be dismissed run out in the tournament. He was dismissed run out for 4 in this game.

M Venkatesh of Mangalore United who bowled at number three position was the first bowler to complete the four overs quota. He returned with figures of 4.0-0-19-1

The first fifty and also the half century was scored by R Samarth of Mangalore United when he scored 57 not out in this game.  He also became the first opening batsman, first captain and the first captain opener to score a fifty and also the half century in the tournament.

The officials for this match were

Umpires           –     Abhijit Bengeri and Manu Pasha

TV Umpire         –     Puttarangaiah Jayapal

Reserve Umpire    –     R Madhusudhan

Match Referee     –     Mithun Beerala

Mangalore United became the first team to win a game in the tournament. It won this game by eight wickets. Hubli Tigers became the first team to lose a game in the tournament.

The first Man of the Match was awarded to R Samarth. He also became the first captain in the tournament to be awarded Man of the Match

Stats highlights of the fourth T20I between India and West Indies at Lauderhill on 06 Aug 2022

Stats highlights of the fourth T20I between India and West Indies at Lauderhill on 06 Aug 2022

West Indies was dismissed all out for 132 in this game to provide the 576th occasion of a team dismissed all out in the history of T20 Internationals. It also provides the 27th occasion of a team dismissed all out in the history of T20 Internationals against India

West Indies was dismissed all out for 132 in this game to provide the 23rd occasion of West Indies dismissed all out in the history of T20 Internationals. It also provides the second occasion of West Indies dismissed all out in the history of T20 Internationals against India.

The first such occasion was also at Lauderhill on 28 Aug 2016.  West Indies was dismissed all out for 143 in this game which was a no result game. Thus West Indies’ team total of 132 in this game represents its lowest team total against India in T20Is.

West Indies was dismissed all out for 132 in this game to provide the 338th occasion of a team dismissed all out while batting second in the history of T20 Internationals. It also provides the 20th occasion of a team dismissed all out while batting second in the history of T20 Internationals against India

West Indies was dismissed all out for 132 in this game to provide the 14th occasion of West Indies dismissed all out while batting second in the history of T20 Internationals. It also provides the first occasion of West Indies dismissed all out while batting second in the history of T20 Internationals against India

RG Sharma’s run aggregate in T20Is read 3487 at the end of this game. He now holds the record for scoring most runs in the history of T20Is. MJ Guptill with 3446 runs to his credit is close behind.

RG Sharma’s boundary fours aggregate in T20Is read 313 at the end of this game. He now holds the record for scoring most boundary fours in the history of T20Is. MJ Guptill with 301 boundary fours to his credit is close behind. RG Sharma and MJ Guptill are the only two batsmen to aggregate 300 plus boundary fours in the history of T20Is.

RG Sharma’s run aggregate in T20Is while batting first read 2101 at the end of this game. He now holds the record for scoring most runs while batting in the history of T20Is. MJ Guptill with 2052 runs to his credit while batting first is close behind. RG Sharma and MJ Guptill are the only two batsmen to aggregate 2000 plus runs while batting first in the history of T20Is.

RG Sharma’s boundary fours aggregate, while batting first in T20Is read 186 at the end of this game. He now holds the record for scoring most boundary fours while batting first in the history of T20Is. MJ Guptill with 184 boundary fours to his credit while batting first is close behind. RG Sharma and MJ Guptill are the only two batsmen to aggregate 180 plus boundary fours while batting first in the history of T20Is.

RG Sharma’s run aggregate in T20Is against West Indies read 693 at the end of this game. He now holds the record for an Indian batsman scoring most runs against West Indies in the history of T20Is. V Kohli with 570 runs to his credit is close behind. RG Sharma and V Kohli are the only two Indian batsman to score 500 plus runs against West Indies in T20Is.

RG Sharma’s boundary fours aggregate in T20Is against West Indies read 57 at the end of this game. He now holds the record for scoring most boundary fours by an Indian batsman against West Indies in the history of T20Is. V Kohli with 56 boundary fours against West Indies to his credit is close behind. RG Sharma and V Kohli are the only two Indian batsmen to aggregate 50 plus boundary fours against West Indies in the history of T20Is.

RG Sharma {693}, V Kohli {570} and Babar Azam {540} are the three batsmen to score 500 plus runs against West Indies in T20Is

RG Sharma {57}, V Kohli {56} and Babar Azam {56} are the three batsmen to score 50 plus boundary fours against West Indies in T20Is

RA Jadeja and HH Pandya joined the list of Indian bowlers who have captured 50 plus wickets in T20Is. RA Jadeja’s lone wicket at Basaterre on 01 Aug 2022 and HH Pandya’s lone wicket at Basaterre on 02 Aug 2022 fetched them 50 wickets in T20Is. The complete list of Indian bowlers who have captured 50 plus wickets in T20Is read thus

NoPlayerSpanMIOversMRunsW45
1YS Chahal2016-20226261233.4118927921
2B Kumar2012-20227271246.5617117321
3JJ Bumrah2016-20225857207.5913436900
4R Ashwin2010-20225454203.0213786420
5RA Jadeja2009-20226260200.1414275000
6HH Pandya2016-20226657165.5113715020

HH Pandya became the ninth all rounder to score 800 plus runs and capture 50 plus wickets in T20Is. He completed 800 runs and captured 50 wickets during the ongoing T20I series against West Indies.

NoPlayerTeamSpanMatRunsW
1Shakib Al HasanBan2006-2022992010121
2Shahid AfridiPak2006-201899141698
3DJ BravoWin2006-202191125578
4Mohd NabiAfg2010-202291162876
5Mohd HafeezPak2006-2021119251461
6R MustafaUAE2014-20225498460
7KJ O’BrienIre2008-2021110197358
8NLTC PereraSrl2010-202184120451
9HH PandyaInd2016-20226680650

India won this game by 59 runs to provide its 20th win by 50 plus runs margin in T20Is. All such occasions are tabulated below.

NoTeamResMarginOppositionGroundStart Date
1Indiawon143 runsv IrelandDublin-M29 Jun 2018
2Indiawon93 runsv Sri LankaCuttack20 Dec 2017
3Indiawon90 runsv EnglandCol-RPS23 Sep 2012
4Indiawon88 runsv Sri LankaIndore22 Dec 2017
5Indiawon82 runsv South AfricaRajkot17 Jun 2022
6Indiawon78 runsv Sri LankaPune10 Jan 2020
7Indiawon76 runsv IrelandDublin-M27 Jun 2018
8Indiawon75 runsv EnglandBengaluru01 Feb 2017
9Indiawon73 runsv New ZealandKolkata21 Nov 2021
10Indiawon73 runsv AustraliaMirpur30 Mar 2014
11Indiawon71 runsv West IndiesLucknow06 Nov 2018
12Indiawon69 runsv Sri LankaRanchi12 Feb 2016
13Indiawon68 runsv West IndiesTarouba29 Jul 2022
14Indiawon67 runsv West IndiesWankhede11 Dec 2019
15Indiawon66 runsv AfghanistanAbu Dhabi03 Nov 2021
16Indiawon62 runsv Sri LankaLucknow24 Feb 2022
17Indiawon59 runsv West IndiesLauderhill06 Aug 2022
18Indiawon54 runsv ZimbabweHarare17 Jul 2015
29Indiawon53 runsv New ZealandDelhi01 Nov 2017
20Indiawon50 runsv EnglandSouthampton07 Jul 2022

India won this game by 59 runs to provide its fourth win by 50 plus runs margin against West Indies in T20Is. All such occasions are tabulated below.

NoTeamResMarginOppositionGroundStart Date
1Indiawon71 runsv West IndiesLucknow06 Nov 2018
2Indiawon68 runsv West IndiesTarouba29 Jul 2022
3Indiawon67 runsv West IndiesWankhede11 Dec 2019
4Indiawon59 runsv West IndiesLauderhill06 Aug 2022
Batsmen retired hurt not out in the history of Twnety20 Internationals

Batsmen retired hurt not out in the history of Twnety20 Internationals

RG Sharma of India retired hurt not out against West Indies at Basaterre on 02 Aug 2022 to provide the 32nd occasion of a batsman retired hurt not out in an innings in the history of Twenty20 Internationals. All such occasions are tabulated below.

NoPlayerRunsITeamOppGroundStart Date
1AR White5*1IreBerBelfast03 Aug 2008
2Rizwan Cheema3*1CanNerDub-DSC09 Feb 2010
3LRPL Taylor10*2NZlWinLauderhill30 Jun 2012
4PR Stirling8*2IreUAESylhet19 Mar 2014
5Aqib Ilyas0*1OmaHKGAbu Dhabi26 Nov 2015
6Mushfiqur Rahim24*1BanZimKhulna17 Jan 2016
7LRPL Taylor6*1NZlPakWellington22 Jan 2016
8R Mutumbami0*1ZimIndHarare18 Jun 2016
9V Vijh64*1LuxRomIlfov County30 Aug 2019
10AW Hawkins-Kay0*1JerQatDoha11 Oct 2019
11MIA Patel40*2MWIMozLilongwe06 Nov 2019
12RG Sharma60*1IndNZlM Maunganui02 Feb 2020
13EB Knowles2*2CZKBelWalferdange30 Aug 2020
14LMP Simmons9*1WinPakBridgetown28 Jul 2021
15E Lewis35*2WinPakProvidence31 Jul 2021
16KF Bakiweyem11*1GhaRWARwanda20 Aug 2021
17S Grover14*2CZKRomIlfov County03 Sep 2021
18S Periyalwar11*1RomLuxIlfov County05 Sep 2021
19NM Odhiambo1*2KenUgaEntebbe17 Sep 2021
20OJ Hairs15*2ScoPNGICCA Dubai08 Oct 2021
21A Balbirnie15*1IreUAE.ICCA Dubai10 Oct 2021
22FA Klokker3*2DenJerAlmeria17 Oct 2021
23O Harvey15*2GhaSwaKigali20 Oct 2021
24BA Pai107*1GibBulMarsa23 Oct 2021
25JJ Roy20*2EngRSASharjah06 Nov 2021
26OGL Bascome13*1BerPanCoolidge11 Nov 2021
27V Ganesan12*1GerCanAl Amerat22 Feb 2022
28C Munoz-Mills5*1EspNorAlmeria30 Apr 2022
29Darwish Rasooli12*1AfgZimHarare12 Jun 2022
30T Bavuma8*2RSAIndRajkot17 Jun 2022
31W Madhevere67*1ZimBanHarare30 Jul 2022
32RG Sharma11*2IndWinBasseterre02 Aug 2022

LRPL Taylor and RG Sharma are the two batsmen to retire hurt not out on two occasions in the history of Twenty20 Internationals.

NoPlayerRunsITeamOppGroundStart Date
1LRPL Taylor10*2NZlWinLauderhill30 Jun 2012
2LRPL Taylor6*1NZlPakWellington22 Jan 2016
        
1RG Sharma60*1IndNZlM Maunganui02 Feb 2020
2RG Sharma11*2IndWinBasseterre02 Aug 2022

RG Sharma of India retired hurt not out against West Indies at Basaterre on 02 Aug 2022 to provide the eighth occasion of a captain retired hurt not out in an innings in the history of Twenty20 Internationals. All such occasions are tabulated below.

NoPlayerRunsITeamOppGroundStart Date
1Rizwan Cheema3*1CanNerDub-DSC09 Feb 2010
2PR Stirling8*2IreUAESylhet19 Mar 2014
3LMP Simmons9*1WinPakBridgetown28 Jul 2021
4E Lewis35*2WinPakProvidence31 Jul 2021
5BA Pai107*1GibBulMarsa23 Oct 2021
6JJ Roy20*2EngRSASharjah06 Nov 2021
7T Bavuma8*2RSAIndRajkot17 Jun 2022
8RG Sharma11*2IndWinBasseterre02 Aug 2022

It also provides the fourth occasion of a captain opener retired hurt not out in an innings in the history of Twenty20 Internationals. All such occasions are tabulated below.

NoPlayerRunsITeamOppGroundStart Date
1Rizwan Cheema3*1CanNerDub-DSC09 Feb 2010
2BA Pai107*1GibBulMarsa23 Oct 2021
3T Bavuma8*2RSAIndRajkot17 Jun 2022
4RG Sharma11*2IndWinBasseterre02 Aug 2022

It also provides the twelfth occasion of an opening batsman retired hurt not out in an innings in the history of Twenty20 Internationals. All such occasions are tabulated below.

NoPlayerRunsITeamOppGroundStart Date
1Rizwan Cheema3*1CanNerDub-DSC09 Feb 2010
2LRPL Taylor10*2NZlWinLauderhill30 Jun 2012
3RG Sharma60*1IndNZlM Maunganui02 Feb 2020
4EB Knowles2*2CZKBelWalferdange30 Aug 2020
5A Balbirnie15*1IreUAE.ICCA Dubai10 Oct 2021
6FA Klokker3*2DenJerAlmeria17 Oct 2021
7BA Pai107*1GibBulMarsa23 Oct 2021
8JJ Roy20*2EngRSASharjah06 Nov 2021
9V Ganesan12*1GerCanAl Amerat22 Feb 2022
10C Munoz-Mills5*1EspNorAlmeria30 Apr 2022
11T Bavuma8*2RSAIndRajkot17 Jun 2022
12RG Sharma11*2IndWinBasseterre02 Aug 2022

RG Sharma is the only opening batsmen to retire hurt not out on two occasions in the history of Twenty20 Internationals.

NoPlayerRunsITeamOppGroundStart Date
1RG Sharma60*1IndNZlM Maunganui02 Feb 2020
2RG Sharma11*2IndWinBasseterre02 Aug 2022
Teams losing first wicket without a run on the board to the first ball of the match in the history of Twenty20 Internationals.

Teams losing first wicket without a run on the board to the first ball of the match in the history of Twenty20 Internationals.

India lost its first wicket without a run on the board to the first ball of the match against West Indies at Basseterre on 01 Aug 2022 to provide the 39th occasion of a team losing first wicket without a run on the board to the first ball of the match in the history of Twenty20 Internationals. All such occasions are tabulated below

NoFoWITeamOppGroundStart Date
11/01CanZimK City-NW11 Oct 2008
21/01PakSrlCol-RPS12 Aug 2009
31/01EngRSAJo’burg13 Nov 2009
41/01ZimWinTrinidad28 Feb 2010
51/01NZlPakHamilton28 Dec 2010
61/01IreKenMombasa24 Feb 2012
71/01RSAEngManchester10 Sep 2012
81/01IreAusCol-RPS19 Sep 2012
91/01IreWinCol-RPS24 Sep 2012
101/01NetKenWindhoek20 Apr 2013
111/01RSASrlHambantota06 Aug 2013
121/01AfgBanMirpur16 Mar 2014
131/01HKGAfgChattogram18 Mar 2014
141/01EngPakSharjah30 Nov 2015
151/01NZlBanMt Maunganui06 Jan 2017
161/01RSAEngSouthampton21 Jun 2017
171/01ZimAusHarare06 Jul 2018
181/01BanWinBasseterre31 Jul 2018
191/01KuwSaAAl Amerat24 Jan 2019
201/01WinEngBasseterre10 Mar 2019
211/01IreZimBready14 Jul 2019
221/01MalNepSingapore24 Jul 2019
231/01AfgBanMirpur15 Sep 2019
241/01JerQatDoha11 Oct 2019
251/01PorSpaCartagena25 Oct 2019
261/01NamOmaDub-DSC29 Oct 2019
271/01PakRSAJo’burg12 Apr 2021
281/01IndSrlCol-RPS25 Jul 2021
291/01RWNGhaRwanda20 Aug 2021
301/01ScoNamAbu Dhabi27 Oct 2021
311/01BotSiLRwanda02 Nov 2021
321/01SleTanRwanda03 Nov 2021
331/01MalNepKirtipur30 Mar 2022
341/01UgaNamWindhoek08 Apr 2022
351/01MalSingSingapore28 Jun 2022
361/01ThlMalBangi07 Jul 2022
371/01CRTFinVantaa18 Jul 2022
381/01ZimBanHarare31 Jul 2022
391/01IndWinBasseterre01 Aug 2022

It also provides the second occasion of India losing first wicket without a run on the board to the first ball of the match in the history of Twenty20 Internationals. Both such occasions are tabulated below

NoFoWITeamOppGroundStart Date
11/01IndSrlCol-RPS25 Jul 2021
21/01IndWinBasseterre01 Aug 2022

It also provides the fourth occasion of a team losing first wicket without a run on the board to the first ball of the match against West Indies in the history of Twenty20 Internationals. All such occasions are tabulated below

NoFoWITeamOppGroundStart Date
11/01ZimWinTrinidad28 Feb 2010
21/01IreWinCol-RPS24 Sep 2012
31/01BanWinBasseterre31 Jul 2018
41/01IndWinBasseterre01 Aug 2022
RG Sharma achieved two milestones in the history of Twenty20 Internationals in the first T20I against West Indies at Tarouba on 29 Jul 2022

RG Sharma achieved two milestones in the history of Twenty20 Internationals in the first T20I against West Indies at Tarouba on 29 Jul 2022

RG Sharma achieved two milestones in the history of Twenty20 Internationals in the first T20I against West Indies at Tarouba on 29 Jul 2022

He became the top run getter in the history of Twenty20 Internationals. During the course of his of his 64, when on 21, he went past MG Guptill’s 3399 runs. At the end of this game, RG Sharma’s run aggregate read 3443. His career figures as of 01 Aug 2022 read thus

CAREER SUMMARY AS OF 01 AUG 2022

OppositionMINORunsHSAveCHC
Afghanistan221757475.0001
Australia1916231879*22.7103
Bangladesh111104528941.0905
England14132383100*34.8112
Ireland3311499774.5002
Namibia110565656.0001
New Zealand171725118034.0606
Pakistan8727030*14.0000
Scotland110303030.0000
South Africa1312136210632.9012
Sri Lanka1816033911821.1810
U.A.E.110393939.0000
West Indies20203649111*38.1715
Zimbabwe221101010.0000
Total13012215344311832.17427

UNDER VARIOUS CAPTAINS

MS Dhoni595211132810632.39111
V Kohli35341962100*29.1518
SK Raina331362618.0000
RG Sharma33332111711836.0328
         
as captain33332111711836.0328
not as captain978913232610630.60219

His 64 in this game was his 31st fifty in T20Is. He now owns the record for scoring most fifties in the history of T20Is. He went past V Kohli who has scored 30 fifties. The following table lists the fifties scored by these two batsmen

RG SHARMA

NoRunsIOppositionGroundStart Date
150*1v South AfricaDurban20 Sep 2007
252*2v IrelandNottingham10 Jun 2009
379*2v AustraliaBridgetown07 May 2010
4531v South AfricaDurban09 Jan 2011
555*1v EnglandCol-RPS23 Sep 2012
662*2v West IndiesMirpur23 Mar 2014
7562v BangladeshMirpur28 Mar 2014
81061v South AfricaDharamsala02 Oct 2015
9601v AustraliaMelbourne29 Jan 2016
10522v AustraliaSydney31 Jan 2016
11831v BangladeshMirpur24 Feb 2016
12622v West IndiesLauderhill27 Aug 2016
13801v New ZealandDelhi01 Nov 2017
141181v Sri LankaIndore22 Dec 2017
15891v BangladeshCol-RPS14 Mar 2018
16562v BangladeshCol-RPS18 Mar 2018
17971v IrelandDublin-M27 Jun 2018
18100*2v EnglandBristol08 Jul 2018
19111*1v West IndiesLucknow06 Nov 2018
20502v New ZealandAuckland08 Feb 2019
21671v West IndiesLauderhill04 Aug 2019
22852v BangladeshRajkot07 Nov 2019
23711v West IndiesWankhede11 Dec 2019
24651v New ZealandHamilton29 Jan 2020
2560*1v New ZealandMt Maun’nui02 Feb 2020
26641v EnglandAhmedabad20 Mar 2021
27741v AfghanistanAbu Dhabi03 Nov 2021
28562v NamibiaDub-DSC08 Nov 2021
29552v New ZealandRanchi19 Nov 2021
30561v New ZealandKolkata21 Nov 2021
31641v West IndiesTarouba29 Jul 2022

V KOHLI

NoRunsIOppositionGroundStart Date
1681v Sri LankaPallekele07 Aug 2012
2702v New ZealandChennai11 Sep 2012
3501v AfghanistanCol-RPS19 Sep 2012
478*2v PakistanCol-RPS30 Sep 2012
5542v West IndiesMirpur23 Mar 2014
657*2v BangladeshMirpur28 Mar 2014
772*2v South AfricaMirpur04 Apr 2014
8771v Sri LankaMirpur06 Apr 2014
9662v EnglandBirmingham07 Sep 2014
1090*1v AustraliaAdelaide26 Jan 2016
1159*1v AustraliaMelbourne29 Jan 2016
12502v AustraliaSydney31 Jan 2016
1356*2v Sri LankaMirpur01 Mar 2016
1455*2v PakistanKolkata19 Mar 2016
1582*2v AustraliaMohali27 Mar 2016
1689*1v West IndiesWankhede31 Mar 2016
17822v Sri LankaCol-RPS06 Sep 2017
18652v New ZealandRajkot04 Nov 2017
1961*2v AustraliaSydney25 Nov 2018
2072*1v AustraliaBengaluru27 Feb 2019
21592v West IndiesProvidence06 Aug 2019
2272*2v South AfricaMohali18 Sep 2019
2394*2v West IndiesHyd-RGS06 Dec 2019
2470*1v West IndiesWankhede11 Dec 2019
25852v AustraliaSydney08 Dec 2020
2673*2v EnglandAhmedabad14 Mar 2021
2777*1v EnglandAhmedabad16 Mar 2021
2880*1v EnglandAhmedabad20 Mar 2021
29571v PakistanDubai (DSC24 Oct 2021
30521v West IndiesKolkata18 Feb 2022
Bowlers who have captured six wickets in an innings in the history of Twenty20 Internationals

Bowlers who have captured six wickets in an innings in the history of Twenty20 Internationals

OC McCoy of West Indies captured six  for 17 against India at Bassetere on 01 Aug 22 in the second T20I to  provide the eleventh occasion of a bowler capturing six wickets in an innings in the history of Twenty20 Internationals. All such occasions are tabulated below

NoPlayerW-RITeamOppGroundDate
1BAW Mendis6-162SrlAusPallekele08.08.11
2BAW Mendis6-082SrlZimHambantota18.09.12
3YS Chahal6-252IndEngBengaluru01.02.17
4DL Chahar6-072IndBanNagpur10.11.19
5AC Agar6-402AusNZlWellington03.03.21
6JN Frylinck6-242NamUAEICCA Dubai05.10.21
7DM Nakrani6-071UgaLesKigali19.10.21
8P Aho6-052NGASleLagos24.10.21
9H Fennell6-182ArgPanNorth Sound10.11.21
10JJ Smit6-192NamUgaWindhoek10.04.21
11OC McCoy6-191WinIndBasseterre01.08.22

It also provides the first such effort by a West Indies bowler and also the first such effort against India in the history of Twenty20 Internationals.

The previous best bowling effort by a West Indies bowler was credited to KMA Paul who had captured five wickets conceding 15 runs against Bangladesh at Mirpur on 22 Dec 2018

The previous best bowling effort by a bowler against India was credited to PWH desilve of Sri Lanka who had captured four wickets conceding 09 runs against at Col-RPS on 29 Jul 2021

Opening batsman dismissed by the first ball of an innings when a team has batted first in the match in the history of Twenty20 Internationals

Opening batsman dismissed by the first ball of an innings when a team has batted first in the match in the history of Twenty20 Internationals

RG Sharma of India was dismissed by the first ball of the Indian innings in the second T20I against West Indies at Basseterre on 01 Aug 2022 to provide the 110th occasion of an opening batsman dismissed by the first ball of an innings when a team has batted first in the match in the history of Twenty20 Internationals. It also provides the sixth occasion of an Indian opening batsman dismissed in such a manner in the history of Twenty20 Internationals

NoPlayerRunsBFIOppGroundStart Date
1M Vijay011RSAGros Islet02 May 2010
2RG Sharma011RSACenturion21 Feb 2018
3PP Shaw011SrlCol-RPS25 Jul 2021
4S Dhawan011SrlCol-RPS29 Jul 2021
5RG Sharma011PakDub-DSC24 Oct 2021
6RG Sharma011WinBasseterre01 Aug 2022

It also provides the third such dismissal of RG Sharma in Twenty20 Internationals

NoPlayerRunsBFIOppGroundStart Date
1RG Sharma011RSACenturion21 Feb 2018
2RG Sharma011PakDub-DSC24 Oct 2021
3RG Sharma011WinBasseterre01 Aug 2022

It also provides the 42nd occasion of an opening batsman batting at number one collecting the first ball duck when the team has batted first in the history of Twenty20 Internationals. It also provides the second occasion of an Indian batsman dismissed in such a manner and in such circumstances.

NoPlayerRunsIOppGroundStart Date
1PP Shaw01SrlCol-RPS25 Jul 2021
2RG Sharma01WinBasseterre01 Aug 2022

It also provides the third occasion of a captain opening batsman batting at number one collecting the first ball duck when the team has batted first in the history of Twenty20 Internationals. It also provides the first occasion of an Indian captain opening batsman dismissed in such a manner and in such circumstances.

NoPlayerRunsBFITeamOppGroundDate
1Porterfield011IreAusCol-RPS19.09.12
2Porterfield011IreWinCol-RPS14.09.12
3RG Sharma011IndWinBasseterre01.08.22

It also provides the second occasion of a captain opening batsman batting at number one collecting the first ball duck when the team has batted first in the history of Twenty20 Internationals against West Indies.

Stats highlights of the third one day international between West Indies and India at Port of Spain on 27 Jul 2022

Stats highlights of the third one day international between West Indies and India at Port of Spain on 27 Jul 2022

India won the toss and chose to bat first in this game to provide the 241st occasion of India doing so in one day internationals. It also provides the 37th occasion of India doing so in one day internationals against West Indies.

S Dhawan-Shubman Gill posted 113 runs partnership for the first wicket in this game to provide the 31st occasion of Indian batsmen posting a fifty plus runs partnership for the first wicket against West Indies in one day internationals. It also provides the tenth occasion Indian batsmen posting a fifty plus runs partnership for the first wicket against West Indies in one day internationals in West Indies and the seventh occasion at Trinidad.

S Dhawan had an aggregate of 954 runs against West Indies prior to the start of this game. He completed 1000 runs against West Indies when he was on 46 during his knock of 58 in this game. At the end of this game, his run aggregate against West Indies read 1001+ He became the seventh Indian batsman to score 1000 plus runs against West Indies. Others are – V Kohli {2261}, RG Sharma {1601}, SR Tendulkar {1573}, R Dravid {1348}, SC Ganguly {1142} and MS Dhoni {1005}

S Dhawan had an aggregate of 458 runs against West Indies in West Indies prior to the start of this game. He completed 500 runs against West Indies in West Indies when he was on 42 during his knock of 58 in this game. At the end of this game, his run aggregate against West Indies read 506+ He became the second Indian batsman to score 500 plus runs against West Indies in West Indies after V Kohli. V Kohli has an aggregate of 790 runs against West Indies in West Indies.

S Dhawan was playing his 17th one day international against West Indies in West Indies. He now owns the record for most one day internationals played by an Indian cricketer against West Indies in West Indies. V Kohli, MS Dhoni and Harbhajan Singh have played 15 one day internationals against West Indies in West Indies.

S Dhawan’s 58 in this game represent his ninth fifty against West Indies asn opening batsman. Other Indian opening batsmen to score nine or more fifties against West Indies – SC Ganguly {10}, SR Tendulkar {10} and RG Sharma {09}

It also represents his sixth fifty as an opening batsman against West Indies in West Indies. He now owns the record for most fifties by an Indian opening batsman against West Indies in West Indies.  AM Rahane with four fifties to his credit held the record previously.

It also represents the record for most fifties by an opening batsman against West Indies in West Indies. Tamim Iqbal of Bangladesh had the previous record with five fifties to his credit.

S Dhawan-Shubman Gill posted 113 runs partnership for the first wicket in this game to provide the 459th occasion of Indian batsmen posting a three figure partnership in an innings in one day internationals. It also provides the 62nd occasion of Indian batsmen posting a three figure partnership in an innings in one day internationals against West Indies.

S Dhawan-Shubman Gill posted 113 runs partnership for the first wicket in this game to provide the 112th occasion of Indian batsmen posting a three figure partnership for the first wicket in one day internationals. It also provides the 15th occasion Indian batsmen posting a three figure partnership for the first wicket against West Indies in one day internationals in West Indies and also the sixth occasion at Trinidad.

S Dhawan {58} and Shubman Gill {98*} scored fifties in this game to provide the 98th occasion of both the Indian openers scoring fifties in the same innings in a one day internationals. It also provides the 14th occasion of both the Indian openers scoring fifties in the same innings in a one day internationals against West Indies

S Dhawan {58} and Shubman Gill {98*} scored half centuries in this game to provide the 50th occasion of both the Indian openers scoring half centuries in an innings in one day internationals. It also provides the seventh occasion of both the Indian openers scoring half centuries in an innings in one day internationals against West Indies

Shubman Gill scored 98 not out in this game to provide the 60th occasion of an Indian opener scoring ninety in an innings in one day internationals. It also provides the seventh occasion of an Indian opener scoring ninety in an innings in one day internationals against West Indies

Shubman Gill scored 98 not out in this game to provide the 103rd occasion of an Indian batsman scoring ninety in an innings in one day internationals. It also provides the 17th occasion of an Indian batsman scoring ninety in an innings in one day internationals against West Indies.

West Indies were dismissed all out for 137 in this game to provide the 270th occasion of West Indies dismissed all out in an innings in one day internationals. It also provides the 45th occasion of West Indies dismissed all out in an innings in one day internationals against India.

West Indies were dismissed all out for 137 in the second innings of this game to provide the 165th occasion of West Indies dismissed all out in the second innings in one day internationals. It also provides the 31st occasion of West Indies dismissed all out in the second innings in one day internationals against India.

YS Chahal returned with figures of four for 17 in this game to provide the 198th occasion of an Indian bowler capturing four or more wickets in an innings in one day internationals. It also provides the 22nd occasion of an Indian bowler capturing four or more wickets in an innings in one day internationals against West Indies

YS Chahal returned with figures of four for 17 in this game to provide the 152nd occasion of an Indian bowler capturing exact four wickets in an innings in one day internationals. It also provides the 18th occasion of an Indian bowler capturing exact four wickets in an innings in one day internationals against West Indies

YS Chahal’s four for 17 in this game represent the third occasion of an Indian bowler capturing four or more wickets in an innings against West Indies at Trinidad.

NoPlayerW-RIOppGroundStart Date
1A Mishra4-311WinTrinidad08 Jun 2011
2B Kumar4-312WinTrinidad11 Aug 2019
3YS Chahal4-172WinTrinidad27 Jul 2022

Thus, YS Chahal’s 4 for 17 in this game represent the best bowling figures by an Indian bowler against West Indies at Trinidad – a ground record.

India won the game by 119 runs to provide the 46th occasion of India winning a one day international by 100 plus runs margin. All such occasions are tabulated below in the descending order of victory margin.

NoTeamResMarginOppositionGroundStart Date
1Indiawon257 runsv BermudaTrinidad19 Mar 2007
2Indiawon256 runsv Hong KongKarachi25 Jun 2008
3Indiawon224 runsv West IndiesBrabourne29 Oct 2018
4Indiawon200 runsv BangladeshDhaka11 Apr 2003
5Indiawon190 runsv New ZealandVizag29 Oct 2016
6Indiawon186 runsv KenyaPaarl24 Oct 2001
7Indiawon183 runsv Sri LankaJo’burg10 Mar 2003
8Indiawon181 runsv NamibiaPMaurg23 Feb 2003
9Indiawon174 runsv New ZealandHyd-RGS08 Nov 1999
10Indiawon169 runsv Sri LankaCuttack02 Nov 2014
11Indiawon168 runsv Sri LankaCol-RPS31 Aug 2017
12Indiawon161 runsv ZimbabweHarare29 Aug 2005
13Indiawon160 runsv West IndiesVadodara31 Jan 2007
14Indiawon158 runsv EnglandRajkot14 Nov 2008
15Indiawon157 runsv Sri LankaTaunton26 May 1999
16Indiawon153 runsv South AfricaDhaka13 Apr 2003
17Indiawon153 runsv Sri LankaKolkata13 Nov 2014
18Indiawon153 runsv South AfricaGwalior24 Feb 2010
19Indiawon153 runsv West IndiesIndore08 Dec 2011
20Indiawon152 runsv Sri LankaNagpur25 Oct 2005
21Indiawon147 runsv Sri LankaCol-RPS03 Feb 2009
22Indiawon145 runsv New ZealandHyd-RGS15 Nov 2003
23Indiawon141 runsv Sri LankaMohali13 Dec 2017
24Indiawon140 runsv PakistanMirpur10 Jun 2008
25Indiawon133 runsv EnglandCardiff27 Aug 2014
26Indiawon130 runsv South AfricaMelbourne22 Feb 2015
27Indiawon127 runsv EnglandKochi15 Jan 2013
28Indiawon126 runsv EnglandHyd-RGS14 Oct 2011
29Indiawon125 runsv West IndiesManchester27 Jun 2019
30Indiawon124 runsv South AfricaCape Town07 Feb 2018
31Indiawon124 runsv PakistanBirmingham04 Jun 2017
32Indiawon119 runsv West IndiesTrinidad27 Jul 2022
33Indiawon118 runsv AustraliaIndore31 Mar 2001
34Indiawon118 runsv AustraliaChelmsford20 Jun 1983
34Indiawon116 runsv U.A.E.Dambulla16 Jul 2004
36Indiawon115 runsv ZimbabweSingapore04 Sep 1999
37Indiawon109 runsv BangladeshMelbourne19 Mar 2015
38Indiawon107 runsv AustraliaPerth08 Dec 1991
39Indiawon107 runsv West IndiesVizag18 Dec 2019
40Indiawon107 runsv New ZealandDelhi03 Nov 1994
41Indiawon107 runsv ZimbabweNairobi-G01 Oct 1999
42Indiawon105 runsv West IndiesTrinidad25 Jun 2017
43Indiawon105 runsv New ZealandDambulla25 Aug 2010
44Indiawon102 runsv West IndiesTrinidad05 Jul 2013
45Indiawon102 runsv West IndiesKolkata27 Nov 1993
46Indiawon101 runsv ZimbabweGuwahati19 Mar 2002

India won the game by 119 runs to provide the ninth occasion of India winning a one day international by 100 plus runs margin against West Indies. All such occasions are tabulated below in the descending order of victory margin.

NoTeamResMarginOppositionGroundStart Date
1Indiawon224 runsv West IndiesBrabourne29 Oct 2018
2Indiawon160 runsv West IndiesVadodara31 Jan 2007
3Indiawon153 runsv West IndiesIndore08 Dec 2011
4Indiawon125 runsv West IndiesManchester27 Jun 2019
5Indiawon119 runsv West IndiesTrinidad27 Jul 2022
6Indiawon107 runsv West IndiesVizag18 Dec 2019
7Indiawon105 runsv West IndiesTrinidad25 Jun 2017
8Indiawon102 runsv West IndiesTrinidad05 Jul 2013
9Indiawon102 runsv West IndiesKolkata27 Nov 1993

S Dhawan {58} and Shubman Gill {98*} scored half century and a ninety in this game to provide the 14th occasion of India’s one opener scoring half century and another ninety in the same innings in one day internationals. It also provides the third occasion of both the India’s one openers scoring half century and another a ninety in the same innings in one day internationals against West Indies

NoPlayerRunsIOppositionGroundStart Date
1RJ Shastri512v AustraliaMelbourne03 Mar 1985
 K Srikkanth93*2v AustraliaMelbourne03 Mar 1985
       
2K Srikkanth751v PakistanSharjah18 Apr 1986
 SM Gavaskar921v PakistanSharjah18 Apr 1986
       
3A Jadeja901v New ZealandDelhi03 Nov 1994
 SR Tendulkar621v New ZealandDelhi03 Nov 1994
       
4SR Tendulkar511v PakistanToronto21 Sep 1997
 SC Ganguly961v PakistanToronto21 Sep 1997
       
5SC Ganguly682v PakistanDhaka14 Jan 1998
 SR Tendulkar952v PakistanDhaka14 Jan 1998
       
6SR Tendulkar971v Sri LankaJo’burg10 Mar 2003
 V Sehwag661v Sri LankaJo’burg10 Mar 2003
       
7V Sehwag731v PakistanAbu Dhabi19 Apr 2006
 R Dravid921v PakistanAbu Dhabi19 Apr 2006
       
8G Gambhir691v West IndiesNagpur21 Jan 2007
 SC Ganguly981v West IndiesNagpur21 Jan 2007
       
9SC Ganguly532v EnglandThe Oval05 Sep 2007
 SR Tendulkar942v EnglandThe Oval05 Sep 2007
       
10V Sehwag912v EnglandCuttack26 Nov 2008
 SR Tendulkar502v EnglandCuttack26 Nov 2008
       
11RG Sharma992v AustraliaSydney23 Jan 2016
 S Dhawan782v AustraliaSydney23 Jan 2016
       
12RG Sharma911v PakistanBirmingham04 Jun 2017
 S Dhawan681v PakistanBirmingham04 Jun 2017
       
13S Dhawan971v West IndiesTrinidad22 Jul 2022
 Shubman Gill641v West IndiesTrinidad22 Jul 2022
       
14S Dhawan581v West IndiesTrinidad27 Jul 2022
 Shubman Gill98*1v West IndiesTrinidad27 Jul 2022

Batsmen scoring ninety in a No Result one day Internationals

Batsmen scoring ninety in a No Result one day Internationals

Q de Kock of South Africa scored 92 not out against England at Leeds on 24 Jul 2022 to provide the ninth occasion of a batsman scoring a ninety in a No Result international. All such occasions are tabulated below

NoPlayerRunsITeamOppGroundStart Date
1Vengsarkar94*1IndPakSialkot31 Oct 1984
2GA Hick911EngIndThe Oval23 May 1996
3PA Patel951IndEngCh-le-St03 Sep 2011
4GJ Bailey981AusIndRanchi23 Oct 2013
5GJ Maxwell921AusIndRanchi23 Oct 2013
6Tamim Iqbal951BanAusThe Oval05 Jun 2017
7Babar Azam921PakNZlDub-DSC11 Nov 2018
8K Verreynne951RSANetCenturion26 Nov 2021
9Q de Kock92*1RSAEngLeeds24 Jul 2022
Ninety-nine runs partnerships in one day internationals

Ninety-nine runs partnerships in one day internationals

SS Iyer and SV Samson of India posted 99 runs partnership for the fourth wicket against West Indies at Port of Spain on 24 Jul 2022 to provide the 87th occasion of batsmen posting exact 99 runs partnerships in the history of one day games. All such occasions are tabulated below.

NoPartnersWRunsITeamOppGroundDate
1R Edwards/RW Marsh6991AusWinThe Oval14.06.75
2Majid Khan/Sadiq Mohd1991PakAusNottingham13.06.79
3GS Chappell/KJ Hughes3992AusNZlSydney03.02.81
4SM Gavaskar/Vengsarkar2991IndPakSharjah18.04.86
5J Miandad/Saleem Malik3991PakWinSharjah18.10.88
6AR Border/DM Jones4991AusWinMelbourne14.01.89
7CG Greenidge/DL Haynes1991WinAusSydney16.01.89
8SSaee d/Shoaib Mohd1992PakIndSharjah15.10.89
9MD Crowe/JG Wright1992NZlAusAuckland10.03.90
10SV Manjrekar/Tendulkar4991IndZimHamilton07.03.92
11Aamer Sohail/Inzamam3991PakEngManchester24.08.92
12CL Hooper/BC Lara3991WinAusTrinidad12.03.95
13GA Hick/AJ Stewart2992EngNZlAhm’bad14.02.96
14PA de Silva/Tillakaratne599*2SrlZimCol-SSC03.09.96
15SL Campbell/JR Murray1991WinPakSydney18.01.97
16SC Ganguly/RR Singh2991IndSrlCol-RPS20.08.97
17MG Bevan/SR Waugh5992AusIndDelhi14.04.98
18SL Campbell/RD Jacobs1992WinAusBridgetown25.04.99
19A Jadeja/S Ramesh4992IndZimLeicester19.05.99
20GW Flower/NC Johnson1991ZimRSANairobi-G28.09.99
21NJ Astle/CM Spearman1992NZlIndGwalior11.11.99
22MG Bevan/RT Ponting3991AusIndMelbourne12.01.00
23SC Ganguly/SR Tendulkar1992IndPakHobart21.01.00
24HH Gibbs/G Kirsten1991RSAIndVadodara17.03.00
25Atapattu/M Jayawardene4992SrlNZlCh’church11.02.01
26NJ Astle/CJ Nevin1992NZlEngCh’church13.02.02
27D Mongia/SR Tendulkar3991IndSrlBristol11.07.02
28R Dravid/Yuvraj Singh4992IndWinJodhpur21.11.02
29SM Pollock/JN Rhodes7991RSAPakDurban08.12.02
30V Sehwag/SR Tendulkar1991IndZimHarare19.02.03
31R Dravid/Yuvraj Singh599*2IndPakCenturion01.03.03
32MJ Clarke/A Symonds4991AusWinGros Islet21.05.03
33R Dravid/SR Tendulkar3992IndAusWankhede01.11.03
34HJH Marshall/MS Sinclair3991NZlPakLahore29.11.03
35Inzamam/Moin Khan4992PakNZlLahore29.11.03
36SM Ervine/T Taibu7992ZimWinHarare29.11.03
37MJ Clarke/A Symonds5991AusIndSydney08.02.04
38Moin Khan/Shoaib Malik7992PakIndLahore24.03.04
39Salman Butt/Yasir Hameed1992PakSrlLahore14.10.04
40ML Hayden/RT Ponting2991AusNZlCh’church22.02.05
41DR Martyn/A Symonds3992AusNZlWellington01.03.05
42AJ Strauss,Trescothick1992EngBanLeeds26.06.05
43NJ Astle/HJH Marshall5991NZlWinCh’church25.02.06
44T Duffin/HP Rinke1991ZimKenHarare03.03.06
45M Jayawardene/Tharanga2991SrlEngLord’s17.06.06
46R Saleh/Shahriar Nafees1992BanZimHarare06.08.06
47SM Katich/RT Ponting2991AusWinK Lumpur12.09.06
48NS Poonia/RR Watson2992ScoCanMombasa18.01.07
49RM Haq/DF Watts1992ScoKenMombasa21.01.07
50HH Gibbs/JM Kemp5991RSAIndBelfast01.07.07
51RS Bopara/SCJ Broad899*2EngIndManchester30.08.07
52JM How/BB McCullum2991NZlAusAdelaide14.12.07
53Misbah/Shoaib Malik5991PakZimKarachi21.01.08
54de Villiers/JP Duminy4992RSAWinDurban01.02.08
55MS Dhoni/SK Raina3992IndSrlKarachi03.07.08
56TM Dilshan/Kandamby3991SrlPakKarachi21.01.09
57NJ O’Brien/Porterfield299*2IreCanCenturion19.04.09
58Chigumbura/Matsikenyeri699*2ZimBanMirpur27.10.09
59MS Dhoni/Yuvraj Singh4991IndSrlMirpur05.01.10
60AB Barath/CH Gayle1992WinZimProvidence04.03.10
61RS Bopara/IJL Trott4991EngRSAChennai06.03.11
62R Rampaul/KAJ Roach1099*1WinIndVizag02.12.11
63Misbah/Younis Khan499*2PakAfgSharjah10.02.12
64RD Berrington/Machan3991ScoAfgSharjah06.03.13
65Misbah/Mohd Hafeez3991PakZimHarare27.08.13
66Noor Ali Zadran/U Ghani1991AfgUAEK Lumpur02.05.14
67AM Rahane/RV Uthappa1992IndBanMirpur15.06.14
68M Rahim/Tamim Iqbal3992BanWinBasseterre25.08.14
69RD Berrington/JH Davey7991ScoAfgAbu Dhabi14.01.15
70HM Amla/de Villiers3991RSAWinDurban16.01.15
71MJ Guptill/TWM Latham2991NZlSrlAuckland17.01.15
72F du Plessis/RR Rossouw399*2RSABanMirpur10.07.15
73GJ Bailey/SPD Smith2991AusEngLord’s05.09.15
74Babar Azam/S Ahmed4991PakWinSharjah30.09.16
75Babar Azam/I Wasim699*1PakWinProvidence09.04.17
76LRPL Taylor,Williamson3991NZlAusBirmingham02.06.17
77V Kohli/MK Pandey3992IndSrlCol-RPS03.09.17
78V Kohli/RG Sharma2992IndAusNagpur01.10.17
79S Al Hasan/T Iqbal2991BanSrlMirpur19.01.18
80V Kohli/RG Sharma299*2IndWinTrivandrum01.11.18
81Morgan/BA Stokes4992EngWinBridgetown22.02.19
82Handscomb/Khawaja2991AusIndDelhi13.03.19
83Porterfield/PR Stirling3991IreAfgBelfast19.05.19
84HH Pandya/RR Pant5991IndEngPune28.03.21
85P de Silva/MD Perera4991SrlEngCh-le-St29.06.21
86A Khan/Shoaib Khan4991OmaUAEAl Amerat06.02.22
87SS Iyer/SV Samson4992IndWinTrinidad24.07.22

It also provides the 18th occasion of Indian batsmen posting exact 99 runs partnerships in the history of one day games. All such occasions are tabulated below.

NoPartnersWRunsITeamOppGroundDate
1SM Gavaskar/Vengsarkar2991IndPakSharjah18.04.86
2SV Manjrekar/Tendulkar4991IndZimHamilton07.03.92
3SC Ganguly/RR Singh2991IndSrlCol-RPS20.08.97
4A Jadeja/S Ramesh4992IndZimLeicester19.05.99
5SC Ganguly/SR Tendulkar1992IndPakHobart21.01.00
6D Mongia/SR Tendulkar3991IndSrlBristol11.07.02
7R Dravid/Yuvraj Singh4992IndWinJodhpur21.11.02
8V Sehwag/SR Tendulkar1991IndZimHarare19.02.03
9R Dravid/Yuvraj Singh599*2IndPakCenturion01.03.03
10R Dravid/SR Tendulkar3992IndAusWankhede01.11.03
11MS Dhoni/SK Raina3992IndSrlKarachi03.07.08
12MS Dhoni/Yuvraj Singh4991IndSrlMirpur05.01.10
13AM Rahane/RV Uthappa1992IndBanMirpur15.06.14
14V Kohli/MK Pandey3992IndSrlCol-RPS03.09.17
15V Kohli/RG Sharma2992IndAusNagpur01.10.17
16V Kohli/RG Sharma299*2IndWinTrivandrum01.11.18
17HH Pandya/RR Pant5991IndEngPune28.03.21
18SS Iyer/SV Samson4992IndWinTrinidad24.07.22

It also provides the third occasion of Indian batsmen posting exact 99 runs partnerships in the history of one day games against West Indies. All such occasions are tabulated below.

NoPartnersWRunsITeamOppGroundDate
1R Dravid/Yuvraj Singh4992IndWinJodhpur21.11.02
2V Kohli/RG Sharma299*2IndWinTrivandrum01.11.18
3SS Iyer/SV Samson4992IndWinTrinidad24.07.22

It also provides the 16th  occasion of batsmen posting exact 99 runs partnerships in the history of one day games against West Indies. All such occasions are tabulated below.

NoPartnersWRunsITeamOppGroundDate
1R Edwards/RW Marsh6991AusWinThe Oval14.06.75
2J Miandad/Saleem Malik3991PakWinSharjah18.10.88
3AR Border/DM Jones4991AusWinMelbourne14.01.89
4R Dravid/Yuvraj Singh4992IndWinJodhpur21.11.02
5MJ Clarke/A Symonds4991AusWinGros Islet21.05.03
6SM Ervine/T Taibu7992ZimWinHarare29.11.03
7NJ Astle/HJH Marshall5991NZlWinCh’church25.02.06
8SM Katich/RT Ponting2991AusWinK Lumpur12.09.06
9de Villiers/JP Duminy4992RSAWinDurban01.02.08
10M Rahim/Tamim Iqbal3992BanWinBasseterre25.08.14
11HM Amla/de Villiers3991RSAWinDurban16.01.15
12Babar Azam/S Ahmed4991PakWinSharjah30.09.16
13Babar Azam/I Wasim699*1PakWinProvidence09.04.17
14V Kohli/RG Sharma299*2IndWinTrivandrum01.11.18
15Morgan/BA Stokes4992EngWinBridgetown22.02.19
16SS Iyer/SV Samson4992IndWinTrinidad24.07.22

It also provides the 16th occasion of batsmen posting exact 99 runs partnerships in the history of one day games for the fourth wicket. All such occasions are tabulated below.

NoPartnersWRunsITeamOppGroundDate
1AR Border/DM Jones4991AusWinMelbourne14.01.89
2SV Manjrekar/Tendulkar4991IndZimHamilton07.03.92
3A Jadeja/S Ramesh4992IndZimLeicester19.05.99
4Atapattu/M Jayawardene4992SrlNZlCh’church11.02.01
5R Dravid/Yuvraj Singh4992IndWinJodhpur21.11.02
6MJ Clarke/A Symonds4991AusWinGros Islet21.05.03
7Inzamam/Moin Khan4992PakNZlLahore29.11.03
8de Villiers/JP Duminy4992RSAWinDurban01.02.08
9MS Dhoni/Yuvraj Singh4991IndSrlMirpur05.01.10
10RS Bopara/IJL Trott4991EngRSAChennai06.03.11
11Misbah/Younis Khan499*2PakAfgSharjah10.02.12
12Babar Azam/S Ahmed4991PakWinSharjah30.09.16
13Morgan/BA Stokes4992EngWinBridgetown22.02.19
14P de Silva/MD Perera4991SrlEngCh-le-St29.06.21
15A Khan/Shoaib Khan4991OmaUAEAl Amerat06.02.22
16SS Iyer/SV Samson4992IndWinTrinidad24.07.22

The following table lists the ten partnerships of unfinished 99 runs partnerships in the history of one day internationals.

NoPartnersWRunsITeamOppGroundDate
1PA de Silva/Tillakaratne599*2SrlZimCol-SSC03.09.96
2R Dravid/Yuvraj Singh599*2IndPakCenturion01.03.03
3RS Bopara/SCJ Broad899*2EngIndManchester30.08.07
4NJ O’Brien/Porterfield299*2IreCanCenturion19.04.09
5Chigumbura/Matsikenyeri699*2ZimBanMirpur27.10.09
6R Rampaul/KAJ Roach1099*1WinIndVizag02.12.11
7Misbah/Younis Khan499*2PakAfgSharjah10.02.12
8F du Plessis/RR Rossouw399*2RSABanMirpur10.07.15
9Babar Azam/I Wasim699*1PakWinProvidence09.04.17
10V Kohli/RG Sharma299*2IndWinTrivandrum01.11.18