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England – India : First Test at Nottingham – First day stats highlights

England – India : First Test at Nottingham – First day stats highlights

This test provides the 127th test between the two teams and also provides the 63rd test between the two teams in England.

India lost the toss in this test to provide the 65th occasion of India losing the toss against England and also provides the 36th occasion of India losing the toss against England in England.

India has lost the toss for the 35th occasion under V Kohli. V Kohli now owns the record for losing the most tosses by an Indian Captain The previous record was held by MS Dhoni, who has lost 34 tosses.

India is playing a test for 15th occasion against England under V Kohli. V Kohli now shares the record for playing most tests against England with MS Dhoni. MS Dhoni has also led India against England on 15 occasions.

V Kohli is leading India in an away test for the 31st occasion when he led India in this test He now owns the record for leading India on most occasions in away tests. The previous record was held by MS Dhoni who has led India on 30 occasions in away tests.

RJ Burns was dismissed for a duck in the first innings of this test to provide the 258th occasion of an England opening batsman scoring a duck in an innings. It also provides the 109th occasion of an England opening batsman scoring a duck in an innings on home soil.

RJ Burns was dismissed for a duck in the first innings of this test to provide the 20th occasion of an England opening batsman scoring a duck in an innings against India. It also provides the eighth occasion of an England opening batsman scoring a duck in an innings on home soil against India.

RJ Burns was dismissed for a duck against India on the third occasions as an opening batsman. He now owns the record for scoring most ducks against India as an opening batsman. KK Jennings and AJ Stewart had scored two ducks against India as opening batsmen.

JE Root scored 64 in England’s first innings in this test to provide his 50th half century in his test career. He became the second England batsman to score 50 plus half centuries after AN Cook. AN Cook has scored 57 half centuries.

JE Root became the 12th batsman in the annals of test cricket to score 50 plus half centuries. The complete list is furnished below.

NoPlayerTeamMatInnsNORunsHSHC
1SR TendulkarInd2003293315921248*68
2S ChanderpaulWin1642804911867203*66
3R DravidInd164286321328827063
4AR BorderAus156265441117420563
5RT PontingAus168287291337825762
6JH KallisSAF166280401328922458
7AN CookEng161291161247229457
8VVS LaxmanInd13422534878128156
9KC SangakkaraSrl134233171240031952
10M JayawardeneSrl149252151181437450
11SR WaughAus168260461092720050
12JE RootEng10619415877125450

JC Buttler was dismissed for a duck in this game to provide the 164th occasion of a England wicket keeper batsman dismissed for duck in an innings. It also provides the 78th occasion of a England wicket keeper batsman dismissed for duck in an innings on home soil

JC Buttler was dismissed for a duck in this game to provide the 17th occasion of a England wicket keeper batsman dismissed for duck in an innings against India. It also provides the ninth occasion of a England wicket keeper batsman dismissed for duck in an innings on home soil against India.

England’s innings contained four ducks – RJ Burns, DW Lawrence, JC Buttler and OE Robinson – to provide a total of 175 England batsmen dismissed for ducks in an innings against India. It also provides a total of 78 England batsmen dismissed for ducks against India on home soil.

England’s innings contained four ducks – RJ Burns, DW Lawrence, JC Buttler and OE Robinson – to provide 43rd occasion of four or more England batsmen dismissed for ducks in an innings. It also provides the 16th occasion of four or more England batsmen dismissed for ducks in an innings on home soil.

England’s innings contained four ducks – RJ Burns, DW Lawrence, JC Buttler and OE Robinson – to provide the second occasion of four or more England batsmen dismissed for ducks in an innings against India. The first such occasion was at Ahmedabad in Feb 2021. It also provides the first occasion of four or more England batsmen dismissed for ducks in an innings on home soil against India.

England was dismissed for 183 in its first innings to provide the 32nd occasion of England dismissed all out in an innings for a total of less than 200 runs against India. It also provides the tenth occasion of England dismissed all out in an innings for a total of less than 200 runs against India on home soil.

England was dismissed for 183 in its first innings to provide the 32nd occasion of England dismissed all out in an innings for a total of less than 200 runs against India at Nottingham. The other two occasions are – 198 in Jul 2007 and 161 in Aug 2018.

Teams posting less than 100 runs in an innings in T20 Internationals

Teams posting less than 100 runs in an innings in T20 Internationals

India scored a team total of 81 for 8 against Sri Lanka in the third T20I at Col-RPS on 29 Jul 2021 to provide the 319th occasion of a team posting a total of less than 100 runs in an innings in T20Is. It also provides the 12th occasion of India posting a total less than 100 runs in T20Is. It also provides the 14th occasion of a team posting total less than 100 runs in T20Is against Sri Lanks and also provides the second occasion of India posting a total less than 100 runs in T20Is against Sri Lanka. All such occasions are tabulated below

NoTeamScoreIOppositionGroundStart Date
1India741v AustraliaMelbourne01 Feb 2008
2India71/02v South AfricaJo’burg30 Mar 2012
3India921v South AfricaCuttack05 Oct 2015
4India84/12v Sri LankaVizag14 Feb 2016
5India85/52v PakistanDhaka27 Feb 2016
6India82/12v U.A.E.Dhaka03 Mar 2016
7India792v New ZealandNagpur15 Mar 2016
8India15/02v West IndiesLauderhill28 Aug 2016
9India49/12v AustraliaRanchi07 Oct 2017
10India67/51v New ZealandTrivandrum07 Nov 2017
11India98/62v West IndiesLauderhill03 Aug 2019
12India81/81v Sri LankaCol-RPS29 Jul 2021
       
NoTeamScoreIOppositionGroundStart Date
1Kenya882v Sri LankaJo’burg14 Sep 2007
2Bangladesh832v Sri LankaJo’burg18 Sep 2007
3Zimbabwe29/12v Sri LankaProvidence03 May 2010
4New Zealand811v Sri LankaLauderhill23 May 2010
5Pakistan952v Sri LankaHambantota01 Jun 2012
6South Africa78/41v Sri LankaHambantota22 Sep 2012
7New Zealand74/71v Sri LankaPallekele30 Oct 2012
8Netherlands391v Sri LankaChattogram24 Mar 2014
9New Zealand602v Sri LankaChattogram31 Mar 2014
10West Indies80/42v Sri LankaDhaka03 Apr 2014
11India84/12v Sri LankaVizag14 Feb 2016
12South Africa981v Sri LankaCol-RPS14 Aug 2018
13New Zealand882v Sri LankaPallekele06 Sep 2019
14India81/81v Sri LankaCol-RPS29 Jul 2021
       
NoTeamScoreIOppositionGroundStart Date
1India84/12v Sri LankaVizag14 Feb 2016
2India81/81v Sri LankaCol-RPS29 Jul 2021
Wicket keeper batsmen scoring ducks in T20 Internationals

Wicket keeper batsmen scoring ducks in T20 Internationals

SV Samson of India scored a suck in the third T20I against Sri Lanka on 29 Jul 2021 ro provide the 177th occasion of a wicket keeper batsman scoring a duck in T20Is. It also provides the sixth occasion of an Indian wicket keeper batsman scoring a duck in T20Is. It also provides the twelfth occasion of a wicket keeper batsman scoring a duck in T20Is against Sri Lanka. All such occasions are tabulated below

NoPlayerITeamOppGroundStart Date
1MS Dhoni2IndRSAJo’burg01 Dec 2006
2RR Pant2IndAusSydney25 Nov 2018
3RR Pant2IndWinLauderhill03 Aug 2019
4RR Pant1IndWinMumbai11 Dec 2019
5KL Rahul2IndAusSydney08 Dec 2020
6SV Samson1IndSrlCol RPS29 Jul 2021
       
NoPlayerITeamOppGroundStart Date
1MA Ouma2KenSrlJo’burg14 Sep 2007
2Kamran Akmal1PakSrlCol RPS12 Aug 2009
3BJ Haddin2AusSrlPallekele08 Aug 2011
4Umar Akmal2PakSrlAbu Dhabi25 Nov 2011
5Shakeel Ansar2PakSrlHambantota01 Jun 2012
6BRM Taylor2ZimSrlHambantota18 Sep 2012
7Umar Akmal2PakSrlDub DSC13 Dec 2013
8M Mithun2BanSrlChattogram12 Feb 2014
9TD Paine1AusSrlMelbourne17 Feb 2017
10N Pooran2WinSrlCoolidge03 Mar 2021
11JM Bairstow2EngSrlCardiff24 Jun 2021
12SV Samson1IndSrlCol RPS29 Jul 2021
Captains collecting first ball duck in T20 Internationals

Captains collecting first ball duck in T20 Internationals

S Dhawan of India collected the first ball duck against Sri Lanka at Col-RPS on 29.07.21 to provide the 79th occasion of a captain collecting the first ball duck in an innings in the history of T20 Internationals. All such occasions are tabulated below. S Dhawan became the first Indian captain to suffer such an ignominy.

NoPlayerTeamOppGroundDate
1MP VaughanEng                           AusSouthampton13.06.05
2M Jay’deneSrl                            EngSouthampton15.06.06
3CollingwoodEng                           RSACape Town16.09.07
4DJ BravoWin                           RSAP Elizabeth16.12.07
5RR WatsonSco                     BerBelfast03.08.08
6TM DilshanSrl                            PakKingCityNW   11.10.08
7RT PontingAus                           WinThe Oval06.06.09
8DL VettoriNZl                           SrlColRPS                           02.09.09
9P UtseyaZim                           WinPort of Spain28.02.10
10P UtseyaZim                           NZlProvidence04.05.10
11S AfridiPak                           EngBridgetown06.05.10
12S AfridiPak                           AusBirmingham05.07.10
13McCullumNZl                           ZimAuckland11.02.12
14N MangalAfg                           CanICCA Dubai18.03.12
15PorterfieldIre                           AfgDubaiDSC             24.03.12
16M HafeezPak                           SrlHambantota01.06.12
17BRM TaylorZim                           SrlHambantota18.09.12
18PorterfieldIre                           AusCol-RPS19.09.12
19PorterfieldIre                           WinCol-RPS24.09.12
20CO ObuyaKen                         CanICCA Dubai15.03.13
21CO ObuyaKen                          ScoAberdeen04.07.13
22M HafeezPak                           RSADub-DSC              15.11.13
23SL MalingaSrl                            NZlChattogram31.03.14
24P KhadkaNep                           HKGColPSS        24.11.14
25WilliamsonNZl                           PakDubDSC                           04.12.14
26T AfzalHkg                           AfgDublinM                21.07.15
27ChigumburaZim                           BanDhaka13.11.15
28M MortazaBan                           ZimDhaka15.11.15
29S AhmedOma                        UAE.Abu Dhabi22.11.15
30S AhmedOma                          AfgAbu Dhabi30.11.15
31S AhmedOma                       UAE.Dhaka22.02.16
32M MortazaBan                           IndDhaka24.02.16
33A JavedUAE                          IndDhaka03.03.16
34M MortazaBan                           IndDhaka06.03.16
35EJG MorganEng                           AfgDelhi23.03.16
36DJG SammyWin                           RSANagpur25.03.16
37EJG MorganEng                           NZlDelhi30.03.16
38M MortazaBan                           SrlCol-RPS06.04.17
39S AhmedPak                           WorLahore13.09.17
40N PereraSL                            IndIndore22.12.17
41WilliamsonNZl                           PakAuckland25.01.18
42R MustafaUae                           AusTolerance Oval22.10.18
43AJ FinchAus                           IndMelbourne23.11.18
44S Al HasanBan                           WinDhaka22.12.18
45Shoaib AliSau                           BehAl Amerat20.01.19
46P KhadkaNep                         UAE.ICCA Dubai01.02.19
47M NaveedUAE                           NepICCA Dubai03.02.19
48AJ FinchAus                           IndVisakhapatnam24.02.19
49JO HolderWin                           EngBasseterre08.03.19
50A MansaleVan                           PhiP Moresby24.03.19
51TS FrayBer                          USASandys Parish18.08.19
52T WhitemanLux                           RomIlfov County30.08.19
53R UlutunaTky                           CZRIlfov County30.08.19
54EB KnowlesCzr                           LuxIlfov County01.09.19
55SC WilliamsZim                           NepSingapore27.09.19
56A MahboobSgp                           ZimSingapore29.09.19
57A MansaleVan                           MalKuala Lumpur04.10.19
58H FennellArg                           PerCPC Pitch B04.10.19
59H FennellArg                           BraCPC Pitch A04.10.19
60P KhadkaNep                           HKGAl Amerat06.10.19
61H FennellArg                           MexLima C and F06.10.19
62H DajcSrb                           GreeCorfu15.10.19
63DC StovellBer                           SinICCA 2 Dubai20.10.19
64AJ FinchAus                           SrlBrisbane30.10.19
65KansonkhoMwi                           MozBlantyre10.11.19
66RashidKhanAfg                           WinLucknow17.11.19
67Srl MalingaSrl                            IndIndore07.01.20
68SL MalingaSrl                            IndPune10.01.20
69A OtwaniUga                           QarDoha12.02.20
70DK DahaniIran                           SauAl Amerat24.02.20
71Ahmed RazaUAE                       QatAl Amerat26.02.20
72S KhanPak                           NZlNapier22.12.20
73Babar AzamPak                           RSALahore11.02.21
74H KlaasenRSA                           PakLahore14.02.21
75WilliamsonNZl                           AusWellington07.03.21
76Liton DasBan                           NZlAuckland01.04.21
77J MeesLux                           CZRVinor21.05.21
78B AroraMlt                           BelMarsa09.07.21
79S DhawanInd                           SrlCol-RPS29.07.21

S Dhawan became the fifth captain to suffer such an ignominy against Sri Lanka in T20Is

NoPlayerTeamOppGroundDate
1DL VettoriNZL                           SrlCol-RPS     02.09.09
2M HafeezPAK                           SrlHambantota01.06.12
3BRM TaylorZIM                           SrlHambantota18.09.12
4M MortazaBAN                           SrlCol-RPS06.04.17
5AJ FinchAUS                           SrlBrisbane30.10.19
6S DhawanIND                         SrlCol-RPS29.07.21
Captain and wicket keeper batsman scoring zeroes in the same innings of a T20 International

Captain and wicket keeper batsman scoring zeroes in the same innings of a T20 International

S Dhawan and SV Samson of India scored zeroes in the third T20I at Col-RPS on 29 Jul 2021 against Sri Lanka to provide the fourth occasion of both the captain and wicket keeper batsman scoring zeroes in the same innings of a T20 International. All such occasions are tabulated below

No PlayerRITeamOppGroundDate
1CSO Tikolo01KenNZlDurban12.09.07
 WkMA Ouma01KdnNZlDurban12.09.07
         
2CP Utseya01ZimWinTrinidad28.02.10
 WkT Taibu01ZimWinTrinidad28.02.10
         
3CE Chigumbura01ZimBanDhaka12.11.15
 WkRW Chakabva01ZimBanDhaka12.11.15
         
4CS Dhawan01IndSrlCol-RPS29.07.21
 WkSV Samson01IndSrlCol-RPS29.07.21
Bowlers capturing four or more wickets conceding single digit runs in Twenty20 Internationals

Bowlers capturing four or more wickets conceding single digit runs in Twenty20 Internationals

PWH de Sylva of Sri Lanka captured four wickets conceding nine runs in the third T20I against India at Col-RPS on 29 Jul 2021 to provide the 28th occasion of a bowler capturing four plus wickets conceding single digit runs  in the history of T20 Internationals. All such occasions are tabulated below. PWH de Silva earned the distinction of becoming the first bowler to perform such a feat against India in T20Is

NoPlayerW-RITeamOppGroundStart Date
1MR Gillespie4-71NZlKenDurban12 Sep 2007
2DW Steyn4-92RSAWinPort Elizabeth16 Dec 2007
3Umar Gul4-81PakAusDubai (DSC)07 May 2009
4Umar Gul5-61PakNZlThe Oval13 Jun 2009
5SJ Benn4-61WinZimPort of Spain28 Feb 2010
6BAW Mendis6-82SrlZimHambantota18 Sep 2012
7Umar Gul5-62PakRSACenturion03 Mar 2013
8SO Tikolo4-22KenScoICCA Dubai19 Nov 2013
9R Herath5-32SrlNZlChattogram31 Mar 2014
10M Bukhari4-72NetUAEICCA Dubai03 Feb 2016
11R Ashwin4-81IndSrlVisakhapatnam14 Feb 2016
12Rashid Khan5-32AfgIreGreater Noida10 Mar 2017
13B Stanlake4-81AusPakHarare02 Jul 2018
14CJ Jordan4-62EngWinBasseterre08 Mar 2019
15DJ Willey4-71EngWinBasseterre10 Mar 2019
16C Viljoen5-91NamBotKampala22 May 2019
17A Nanda5-61LuxTurIlfov County29 Aug 2019
18SL Malinga5-62SrlNZlPallekele06 Sep 2019
19P Arrighi5-42ArgBraCP Club Pitch A04 Oct 2019
20M Spry4-82PerChiCP Club Pitch A05 Oct 2019
21Z Maqsood4-71OmanNetAl Amerat09 Oct 2019
22DL Chahar6-72IndBanNagpur10 Nov 2019
23Khizar Hayat5-42MalHKGKuala Lumpur20 Feb 2020
24MNM Aslam4-51KuwIranAl Amerat25 Feb 2020
25Sultan Ahmed4-92UAEKuwAl Amerat27 Feb 2020
26B Niaz4-81BelMalMarsa08 Jul 2021
27Aqib Iqbal5-51AutBelWaterloo24 Jul 2021
28PWH de Silva4-91SrlIndColombo (RPS)29 Jul 2021

PWH de Silva’s feat provides the fourth occasion of a Sri Lankan bowler performing such a feat in T20Is. All such occasions are tabulated below

NoPlayerW-RITeamOppGroundStart Date
1BAW Mendis6-82SrlZimHambantota18 Sep 2012
2R Herath5-32SrlNZlChattogram31 Mar 2014
3SL Malinga5-62SrlNZlPallekele06 Sep 2019
4PWH de Silva4-91SrlIndColombo (RPS)29 Jul 2021

Sri Lanka now owns the record of having most occasions of bowlers capturing four or more wickets conceding single digit runs. They have four bowlers. Pakistan stands next in this category of statistics with three occasions

NoPlayerW-RITeamOppGroundStart Date
1Umar Gul4-81PakAusDubai (DSC)07 May 2009
2Umar Gul5-61PakNZlThe Oval13 Jun 2009
3Umar Gul5-62PakRSACenturion03 Mar 2013
        
1BAW Mendis6-82SrlZimHambantota18 Sep 2012
2R Herath5-32SrlNZlChattogram31 Mar 2014
3SL Malinga5-62SrlNZlPallekele06 Sep 2019
4PWH de Silva4-91SrlIndColombo (RPS)29 Jul 2021

Umar Gul of Pakistan is the only bowler in the history of T20Is to capture four or more wickets conceding single digit runs on three occasions.

NoPlayerW-RITeamOppGroundStart Date
1Umar Gul4-81PakAusDubai (DSC)07 May 2009
2Umar Gul5-61PakNZlThe Oval13 Jun 2009
3Umar Gul5-62PakRSACenturion03 Mar 2013
Batsmen scoring fifties on one day and T20I debut

Batsmen scoring fifties on one day and T20I debut

Ishaan Kishan of India became the second batsman to score fifty on one day debut and T20 debut. He has scored 56 on T20I debut against England at Ahmedabad on 14 Mar 2021 and scored 59 against Sri Lanka at Col-RPS on 18.07.21 on his one day debut. The other batsman to achieve such a feat is HE van der Dussen of South Africa. He scored 93 against Pakistan at Port Elizabeth on 19.01.19 on his one day debut. Prior to this, on his T20 debut, he had scored 56 against Zimbabwe at East London on 09.10.18. The performance of these two batsmen are tabulated below

PlayerTypeRunsITeamOppGroundDate
HE vd DussenODI931RSAPakP Elizabeth19.01.19
HE vd DussenT20I561RSAZimE London09.10.18
        
Ishan KishanT20I562IndEngAhm’bad14,03,21
Ishan KishanODI592IndSrlCol-RPS18.07.21
No Result games in the history of Twenty20 internationals

No Result games in the history of Twenty20 internationals

West Indies vs Pakistan T20I at Bridgetown on 28 Jul  2021 ended  as a No Result  game due  to  rain interference to provide the 32nd occasion of a T20I declared as a No Result game in the history of Twenty20 Internationals. All such occasions are tabulated below

NoTeamsOppositionGroundStart Date
1IndiaScotlandDurban13 Sep 2007
2IrelandNetherlandsBelfast05 Aug 2008
3EnglandAustraliaManchester30 Aug 2009
4EnglandIrelandProvidence04 May 2010
5EnglandSouth AfricaManchester10 Sep 2012
6IrelandWest IndiesColombo (RPS)24 Sep 2012
7Sri LankaNew ZealandPallekele30 Oct 2012
8EnglandNew ZealandThe Oval27 Jun 2013
9West IndiesBangladeshBasseterre27 Aug 2014
10IrelandScotlandBready19 Jun 2015
11IrelandScotlandBready21 Jun 2015
12NetherlandsOmanDharamsala11 Mar 2016
13BangladeshIrelandDharamsala11 Mar 2016
14IndiaWest IndiesLauderhill28 Aug 2016
15New ZealandWest IndiesMt Maunganui01 Jan 2018
16NepalNetherlandsLord’s29 Jul 2018
17AustraliaIndiaMelbourne23 Nov 2018
18UAEUSAICCA Dubai15 Mar 2019
19PNGPhilippinesPort Moresby23 Mar 2019
20GuernseyDenmarkCastel18 Jun 2019
21DenmarkItalyCastel18 Jun 2019
22MalaysiaMaldivesKuala Lumpur28 Jun 2019
23BermudaCanadaHamilton19 Aug 2019
24AustraliaPakistanSydney03 Nov 2019
25MalawiMozambiqueBlantyre09 Nov 2019
26IndiaSri LankaGuwahati05 Jan 2020
27West IndiesIrelandBasseterre18 Jan 2020
28EnglandPakistanManchester28 Aug 2020
29BulgariaMaltaSofia24 Sep 2020
30New ZealandWest IndiesMt Maunganui30 Nov 2020
31BulgariaGreeceSofia26 Jun 2021
32West IndiesPakistanBridgetown28 Jul 2021