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Man of the Match Awards for a test debutant

Man of the Match Awards for a test debutant

SS Iyer of India was awarded the Man of the Match for his batting performance in the just concluded test against New Zealand at Kanpur to provide the 51st occasion of a cricketer getting a Man of the Match on test debut ever since the concept of Man of the Match Awards are instituted in the annals of test cricket. All such occasions are tabulated below

NoPlayerTeamYearNoPlayerTeamYear
1KC WesselsAus198226JJ KrejzaAus2008
2BP PattersonWin198627Fawad AlamPak2009
3PL TaylorAus198728R AshwinInd2011
4PJ NewportEng198829PJ CumminsAys2011
5PK AmreInd199230Elias SunnyBan2011
6AC HudsonSAF199231JL PattinsonAus2011
7GP ThorpeEng199332VD PhilanderSAF2011
8SP FlemingNZl199433F du PlessisSAF2012
9DG CorkEng199534KJ AbbottSAF2013
10Mohd ZahidPak199635S DhawanInd2013
11Azhar MahmoodPak199736RG SharmaInd2013
12FA RoseWin199737MD CraigNZl2014
13MS SinclairNZl199938DL PiedtSAF2014
14Javed OmarBan200139Mustafizur RahmanBan2015
15H MasakadzaZim200140AC VogesAus2015
16Mohd AshrafulBan200141C de GrandhommeNZl2016
17Mohd SamiPak200142BT FoakesEng2018
18RL JohnsonEng200343L NgidiSAF2018
19RJ KirtleyEng200344KJ O’BrienIre2018
20JA RudolphSAD200345AY PatelNZl2018
21Yasir HameedPak200346PP ShawInd2018
22MJ ClarkeAus200447Abid AliPak2019
23AJ StraussEng200448KR MayersWin2021
24SR ClarkAus200649DP ConwayNZl2021
25RP SinghInd200650P JayawickramaSrl2021
    51SS IyerInd2021

SS Iyer of India was awarded the Man of the Match for his batting performance in the just concluded test against New Zealand at Kanpur to provide the seventh occasion of an Indian cricketer getting a Man of the Match on test debut ever since the concept of Man of the Match Awards are instituted in the annals of test cricket. All such occasions are tabulated below

NoPlayerTeamYear
1PK AmreInd1992
2RP SinghInd2006
3R AshwinInd2011
4S DhawanInd2013
5RG SharmaInd2013
6PP ShawInd2018
7SS IyerInd2021
New Zealand batsmen scoring twin fifties on two or more occasions

New Zealand batsmen scoring twin fifties on two or more occasions

TWM Latham of New Zealand scored 95 and 52 against India in the just concluded test at Kanpur. It was the third occasion of his scoring twin fifties in a test. He became the tenth New Zealand batsman to score twin fifties on three or more occasions. All such occasions are tabulated below

NoNoPlayerFISIOppGroundDate
11NJ Astle54125WinBridgetown19.04.96
 2NJ Astle14151*ZimWellington26.12.00
 3NJ Astle10351*IndAhmedabad08.10.03
        
21CL Cairns57120ZimAuckland20.01.96
 2CL Cairns5752EngChristchurch14.02.97
 3CL Cairns10969AusWellington24.03.00
        
31MD Crowe5784PakDunedin09.02.85
 2MD Crowe8279AusMelbourne26.12.87
 3MD Crowe14061ZimHarare07.11.92
 4MD Crowe70115EngManchester30.06.94
        
41SP Fleming7953SAFCape Town02.01.95
 2SP Fleming78174*SrlCol-RPS27.05.98
 3SP Fleming5799SAFBloemfontein17.11.00
 4SP Fleming274*69*SrlCol-PSS25.04.03
 5SP Fleming5966EngNapier22.03.08
        
51TWM Latham8373WinKingston08.06.14
 2TWM Latham5252IndChristchurch29.02.20
 3TWM Latham9552IndKanpur25.11.21
        
61JR Reid60142SAFJohannesburg02.02.62
 2JR Reid74100EngChristchurch15.03.63
 3JR Reid12876PakKarachi09.04.65
        
71MH Richardson9571WinSt George’s28.06.02
 2MH Richardson5555SrlKandy03.05.03
 3MH Richardson93101EngLord’s20.05.04
        
81KR Rutherford7489ZimHarare07.11.92
 2KR Rutherford10553SrlMoratuwa27.11.92
 3KR Rutherford57102AusChristchurch25.02.93
 4KR Rutherford6359IndHamilton19.03.94
        
91LRPL Taylor5355EngWellington13.03.08
 2LRPL Taylor9459PakDunedin24.11.09
 3LRPL Taylor7852PakWellington15.01.11
 4LRPL Taylor7676ZimBulawayo01.11.11
 5LRPL Taylor14274SrlCol-PSS25.11.12
 6LRPL Taylor124*67*ZimBulawayo06.08.16
 7LRPL Taylor53105*EngHamilton29.11.19
        
101KS Williamson11474BanChattogram09.10.13
 2KS Williamson5856WinHamilton19.12.13
 3KS Williamson69242*SrlWellington03.01.15
 4KS Williamson14059AusBrisbane05.11.15
 5KS Williamson8871SrlDunedin10.12.15
 6KS Williamson11368*ZimBulawayo06.08.16
 7KS Williamson53104*BanWellington12.01.17
 8KS Williamson89139PakAbu Dhabi03.12.18
India-New Zealand test at Kanpur – Stats of the final day

India-New Zealand test at Kanpur – Stats of the final day

TWM Latham scored 95 and 52 in this test to provide the 91st occasion of New Zealand batsman scoring twin fifties in a test. It also provides the seventh occasion of New Zealand batsman scoring twin fifties in a test against India.

TWM Latham scored 95 and 52 in this test to provide the 25th occasion of New Zealand batsman scoring twin fifties in a test. It also provides the second occasion of New Zealand opening batsman scoring twin fifties in a test against India. The first occasion was also by TWM Latham. He had scored 52 and 52 against India at Christchurch in Feb 2020

TWM Latham of New Zealand scored 90 and 52 against India in the just concluded test at Kanpur to provide the fourth occasion of a New Zealand opening batsman scoring a ninety and a half century in a test. All such occasions are tabulated below. It also provides the first occasion of a a New Zealand opening batsman scoring a ninety and a half century in a test against India.

NoPlayerFISITeamOppGroundStart Date
1MJ Horne9360NZlSAFAuckland27.02.1999
2MH Richardson9571NZlWinSt George’s28.06.2002
3MJ Guptill9767NZlWinN Sound25.07.2012
4TWM Latham9552NZlIndKanpur25.11.2021

TWM Latham of New Zealand scored 90 and 52 against India in the just concluded test at Kanpur to provide the seventh occasion of an opening batsman scoring a ninety and a half century in a test against India. All such occasions are tabulated below

NoPlayerFISITeamOppGroundStart Date
1RT Spooner7192EngIndKolkata30.12.1951
2ML Hayden9767AusIndKolkata11.03.2001
3MA Butcher5192EngIndAhmedabad11.12.2001
4GC Smith9455SAFIndCape Town02.01.2007
5AN Cook9570*EngIndSouthampton27.07.2014
6CJL Rogers9556AusIndSydney06.01.2015
7TWM Latham9552NZl`IndKanpur25.11.2021

TWM Latham of New Zealand scored 95 and 52 against India at Kanpur in the just concluded test to provide the 115th occasion of a batsman scoring a ninety and a half century in a test. It also provides the ninth occasion of a New Zealand batsman scoring a ninety and a half century in a test. All such occasions are tabulated below.

NoPlayerFISITeamOppGroundStart Date
1FB Smith9654*NZlEngLeeds11.06.1949
2NS Harford9364NZlPakLahore26.10.1955
3CD McMillan9284NZlIndHamilton02.01.1999
4MJ Horne9360NZlSAFAuckland27.02.1999
5SP Fleming5799NZlSAFBloemfontein17.11.2000
6MH Richardson9571NZlWinSt George’s28.06.2002
7LRPL Taylor9459NZlPakDunedin24.11.2009
8MJ Guptill9767NZlWinNorth Sound25.07.2012
9TWM Latham9552NZlIndKanpur25.11.2021

It also provides the 19th occasion of a batsman scoring a ninety and a half century in a test against India. All such occasions are tabulated below.

NoPlayerFISITeamOppGroundStart Date
1RT Spooner7192EngIndKolkata30.12.1951
2GS Sobers9574*WinIndChennai13.01.1967
3KD Walters9362*AusIndBrisbane19.01.1968
4KJ Hughes9264*AusIndKolkata26.10.1979
5Wasim Raja9761PakIndDelhi04.12.1979
6RL Dias6097SrlIndChennai17.09.1982
7RL Dias9560*SrlIndCol-PSS06.09.1985
8Javed Miandad9454PakIndChennai03.02.1987
9RB Richardson9359WinIndBridgetown07.04.1989
10Shoaib Mohammad6795PakIndKarachi15.11.1989
11CD McMillan9284NZlIndHamilton02.01.1999
12ML Hayden9767AusIndKolkata11.03.2001
13MA Butcher5192EngIndAhmedabad11.12.2001
14MJ Clarke9173AusIndNagpur26.10.2004
15GC Smith9455SAFIndCape Town02.01.2007
16AN Cook9570*EngIndSouthampton27.07.2014
17CJL Rogers9556AusIndSydney06.01.2015
18M Labuschagne9173AusIndSydney07.01.2021
19TWM Latham9552NZlIndKanpur25.11.2021

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R Ashwin’s three wickets in New Zealand’s second innings fetched him an aggregate of 58 wickets against New Zealand. He now owns the record amongst the Indian bowlers who have captured most wickets against New Zealand. He went past BS Bedi who had captured 57 wickets.

R Ashwin’s three wickets in New Zealand’s second innings fetched him an aggregate of 419 wickets in his test career. He now occupies the third place amongst the Indian bowlers who have captured most wickets in their test career with Harbhajan Singh. He went past Harbhajan Singh has captured 417 wickets to occupy the third place. A Kumble {619} and Kapil Dev {434} occupy the first two places.

R Ashwin’s three wickets in New Zealand’s second innings fetched him an aggregate of 51 wickets against New Zealand on home soil. He became the first Indian bowler to capture 50 plus wickets against New Zealand on home soil.

R Ashwin’s 51 wickets against New Zealand on home soil provide the eleventh occasion of Indian bowlers capturing 50 plus wickets against various oppositions on home soil.  All such occasions are tabulated below.

NoPlayerOppMIOversMdnsRunsWkts
1HarbhajanAus1428778.4153218786
2R AshwinEng1326732.1126205574
3ChandrasekharEng1423646.4169153864
4A KumbleAus1020552.0115151762
5A KumblePak918540.5140157257
6A KumbleEng917547.3145132456
7Kapil DevPak1425464.5113122155
8Kapil DevWin1628472.3105140754
9R AshwinNZl612308.27083351
10R AshwinAus816466.4125115850
11BS BediEng1018670.5240120650

R Ashwin became the second Indian bowler to capture 50 plus wickets against three oppositions on home soil after A Kumble. The following table lists the performances of these two bowlers

NoPlayerOppMIOversMdnsRunsWkts
1A KumbleAus1020552.0115151762
2A KumblePak918540.5140157257
3A KumbleEng917547.3145132456
         
1R AshwinEng1326732.1126205574
2R AshwinNZl612308.27083351
3R AshwinAus816466.4125115850

This drawn test provides the 27th drawn test between the two teams. The result summary is furnished below and does not include the abandoned test between the two teams.

TeamMatWonLostTiedDraw
India612113027
New Zealand611321027
Opening batsmen scoring a ninety and a half century in a test

Opening batsmen scoring a ninety and a half century in a test

TWM Latham of New Zealand scored 90 and 52 against India in the just concluded test at Kanpur to provide the 40th occasion of an opening batsman scoring a ninety and a half century in a test. All such occasions are tabulated below

NoPlayerFISITeamOppGroundStart Date
1JB Hobbs6497EngSAFDurban14.02.1914
2RH Catterall6798SAFEngBirmingham15.06.1929
3RK Nunes6692WinEngKingston03.04.1930
4B Mitchell7595SAFAusAdelaide29.01.1932
5L Hutton9476EngAusAdelaide31.01.1947
6B Mitchell9956SAFEngP Elizabeth05.03.1949
7RT Spooner7192EngIndKolkata30.12.1951
8RB Simpson7592AusWinMelbourne10.02.1961
9G Boycott6192EngNZlLord’s21.06.1973
10IVA Richards5098WinAusMelbourne31.01.1976
11CG Greenidge9196WinPakGeorgetown18.03.1977
12BM Laird9275AusWinBrisbane01.12.1979
13GA Gooch9951EngAusMelbourne01.02.1980
14CG Greenidge9197WinNZlChristchurch22.02.1980
15MA Atherton8099EngAusLord’s17.06.1993
16NV Knight5696EngZimBulawayo18.12.1996
17MA Atherton5898*EngSAFNottingham23.07.1998
18S Ramesh6096IndPakDelhi04.02.1999
19MJ Horne9360NZlSAFAuckland27.02.1999
20MJ Slater9686*AusWinSydney02.01.2001
21ML Hayden9767AusIndKolkata11.03.2001
22MA Butcher5192EngIndAhmedabad11.12.2001
23ML Hayden6396AusSAFCape Town08.03.2002
24MH Richardson9571NZlWinSt George’s28.06.2002
25GC Smith9455SAFIndCape Town02.01.2007
26V Sehwag6692IndAusNagpur06.11.2008
27Salman Butt6392PakAusLord’s13.07.2010
28V Sehwag9654*IndNZlHyd-RGS12.11.2010
29G Gambhir9364IndSAFCape Town02.01.2011
30MJ Guptill9767NZlWinN Sound25.07.2012
31Tamim Iqbal9570BanNZlDhaka21.10.2013
32JK Silva9558SrlPakDub-DSC08.01.2014
33AN Cook9570*EngIndSouthampton27.07.2014
34M Vijay5399IndAusAdelaide09.12.2014
35CJL Rogers9556AusIndSydney06.01.2015
36KL Rahul9051IndAusBengaluru04.03.2017
37Fakhar Zaman9466PakAusAbu Dhabi16.10.2018
38RJ Burns5790EngWinManchester24.07.2020
39Tamim Iqbal9074*BanSrlPallekele21.04.2021
40TWM Latham9552NZl`IndKanpur25.11.2021

TWM Latham of New Zealand scored 90 and 52 against India in the just concluded test at Kanpur to provide the fourth occasion of a New Zealand opening batsman scoring a ninety and a half century in a test. All such occasions are tabulated below. It also provides the first occasion of a a New Zealand opening batsman scoring a ninety and a half century in a test against India.

NoPlayerFISITeamOppGroundStart Date
1MJ Horne9360NZlSAFAuckland27.02.1999
2MH Richardson9571NZlWinSt George’s28.06.2002
3MJ Guptill9767NZlWinN Sound25.07.2012
4TWM Latham9552NZlIndKanpur25.11.2021

TWM Latham of New Zealand scored 90 and 52 against India in the just concluded test at Kanpur to provide the seventh occasion of an opening batsman scoring a ninety and a half century in a test against India. All such occasions are tabulated below

NoPlayerFISITeamOppGroundStart Date
1RT Spooner7192EngIndKolkata30.12.1951
2ML Hayden9767AusIndKolkata11.03.2001
3MA Butcher5192EngIndAhmedabad11.12.2001
4GC Smith9455SAFIndCape Town02.01.2007
5AN Cook9570*EngIndSouthampton27.07.2014
6CJL Rogers9556AusIndSydney06.01.2015
7TWM Latham9552NZl`IndKanpur25.11.2021

TWM Latham of New Zealand scored 90 and 52 against India in the just concluded test at Kanpur to provide the eighth occasion of an opening batsman scoring a ninety and a half century in a test on Indian soil. All such occasions are tabulated below

NoPlayerFISITeamOppGroundStart Date
1RT Spooner7192EngIndKolkata30.12.1951
2S Ramesh6096IndPakDelhi04.02.1999
3ML Hayden9767AusIndKolkata11.03.2001
4MA Butcher5192EngIndAhmedabad11.12.2001
5V Sehwag6692IndAusNagpur06.11.2008
6V Sehwag9654*IndNZlHyd-RGS12.11.2010
7KL Rahul9051IndAusBengaluru04.03.2017
8TWM Latham9552NZlIndKanpur25.11.2021
Batsmen scoring a ninety and a half century in a test

Batsmen scoring a ninety and a half century in a test

TWM Latham of New Zealand scored 95 and 52 against India at Kanpur in the just concluded test to provide the 115th occasion of a batsman scoring a ninety and a half century in a test. All such occasions are tabulated below.

NoPlayerFISITeamOppGroundStart Date
1C Hill9897AusEngAdelaide17.01.1902
2JT Tyldesley9762EngAusMelbourne01.01.1904
3VS Ransford7595AusSAFMelbourne17.02.1911
4GA Faulkner5292SAFAusSydney03.03.1911
5JB Hobbs6497EngSAFDurban14.02.1914
6FE Woolley9593EngAusLord’s11.06.1921
7JM Taylor7290AusEngMelbourne01.01.1925
8RH Catterall6798SAFEngBirmingham15.06.1929
9FE Woolley8395*EngSAFLeeds13.07.1929
10RK Nunes6692WinEngKingston03.04.1930
11EH Hendren9386EngSAFCape Town01.01.1931
12B Mitchell7595SAFAusAdelaide29.01.1932
13L Hutton9476EngAusAdelaide31.01.1947
14B Mitchell9956SAFEngP Elizabeth05.03.1949
15FB Smith9654*NZlEngLeeds11.06.1949
16RT Spooner7192EngIndKolkata30.12.1951
17JC Watkins9250SAFAusMelbourne06.02.1953
18ED Weekes5590*WinEngKingston15.01.1954
19NS Harford9364NZlPakLahore26.10.1955
20RB Simpson7592AusWinMelbourne10.02.1961
21ER Dexter7099EngAusBrisbane30.11.1962
22ER Dexter9352EngAusMelbourne29.12.1962
23SM Nurse9353WinEngNottingham30.06.1966
24GS Sobers9574*WinIndChennai13.01.1967
25KD Walters9362*AusIndBrisbane19.01.1968
26IM Chappell7696AusWinAdelaide24.01.1969
27APE Knott9263EngAusThe Oval10.08.1972
28AI Kallicharran5391WinAusPort of Spain23.03.1973
29G Boycott6192EngNZlLord’s21.06.1973
30R Edwards9952*AusEngLord’s31.07.1975
31DS Steele7392EngAusLeeds14.08.1975
32KD Boyce95*69WinAusAdelaide23.01.1976
33IVA Richards5098WinAusMelbourne31.01.1976
34Zaheer Abbas9058PakAusMelbourne01.01.1977
35CG Greenidge9196WinPakGeorgetown18.03.1977
36KJ Hughes9264*AusIndKolkata26.10.1979
37BM Laird9275AusWinBrisbane01.12.1979
38Wasim Raja9761PakIndDelhi04.12.1979
39GA Gooch9951EngAusMelbourne01.02.1980
40CG Greenidge9197WinNZlChristchurch22.02.1980
41RL Dias6097SrlIndChennai17.09.1982
42M Amarnath9180IndWinBridgetown15.04.1983
43KC Wessels9870AusWinAdelaide07.12.1984
44M Amarnath7895IndEngChennai13.01.1985
45Qasim Umar9689PakNZlDunedin09.02.1985
46RL Dias9560*SrlIndCol-PSS06.09.1985
47Javed Miandad9454PakIndChennai03.02.1987
48AL Logie8195*WinEngLord’s16.06.1988
49RB Richardson9359WinIndBridgetown07.04.1989
50DC Boon9458*AusEngLord’s22.06.1989
51Shoaib Mohammad6795PakIndKarachi15.11.1989
52SV Manjrekar9350IndEngManchester09.08.1990
53GRJ Matthews5796AusSrlMoratuwa08.09.1992
54MA Atherton8099EngAusLord’s17.06.1993
55SR Waugh99*80AusEngPerth03.02.1995
56RA Smith6190EngWinLord’s22.06.1995
57GA Hick9651*EngWinThe Oval24.08.1995
58NV Knight5696EngZimBulawayo18.12.1996
59GS Blewett9956AusNZlHobart27.11.1997
60R Dravid9385IndSrlMumbai03.12.1997
61MA Atherton5898*EngSAFNottingham23.07.1998
62CD McMillan9284NZlIndHamilton02.01.1999
63S Ramesh6096IndPakDelhi04.02.1999
64MJ Horne9360NZlSAFAuckland27.02.1999
65RT Ponting9651AusSrlKandy09.09.1999
66Mohd Yousuf9575PakAusBrisbane05.11.1999
67SP Fleming5799NZlSAFBloemfontein17.11.2000
68MJ Slater9686*AusWinSydney02.01.2001
69ML Hayden9767AusIndKolkata11.03.2001
70MA Butcher5192EngIndAhmedabad11.12.2001
71ML Hayden6396AusSAFCape Town08.03.2002
72MH Richardson9571NZlWinSt George’s28.06.2002
73SC Ganguly6899IndEngNottingham08.08.2002
74N Hussain7695EngBanChattogram29.10.2003
75DR Martyn9752AusSrlCairns09.07.2004
76MJ Clarke9173AusIndNagpur26.10.2004
77Habibul Bashar9455BanZimChattogram06.01.2005
78PD Collingwood9680EngPakLahore29.11.2005
79MEK Hussey9161*AusEngAdelaide01.12.2006
80GC Smith9455SAFIndCape Town02.01.2007
81MS Dhoni9268*IndAusMohali17.10.2008
82V Sehwag6692IndAusNagpur06.11.2008
83TT Samaraweera9062SrlBanDhaka26.12.2008
84CK Kapugedera9659*SrlBanChattogram03.01.2009
85M Jayawardene9296SrlNZlCol-SSC26.08.2009
86LRPL Taylor9459NZlPakDunedin24.11.2009
87Mushfiqur Rahim7995BanEngChattogram12.03.2010
88Salman Butt6392PakAusLord’s13.07.2010
89V Sehwag9654*IndNZlHyd-RGS12.11.2010
90MEK Hussey9352AusEngAdelaide03.12.2010
91G Gambhir9364IndSAFCape Town02.01.2011
92Misbah-ul-Haq9970*PakNZlWellington15.01.2011
93S Chanderpaul87*91WinEngLord’s17.05.2012
94MJ Guptill9767NZlWinNorth Sound25.07.2012
95JM Bairstow9554EngSAFLord’s16.08.2012
96Nasir Hossain5294BanWinKhulna21.11.2012
97Mushfiqur Rahim6093BanZimHarare25.04.2013
98Tamim Iqbal9570BanNZlDhaka21.10.2013
99BJ Haddin9453AusEngBrisbane21.11.2013
100AM Rahane51*96IndSAFDurban26.12.2013
101JK Silva9558SrlPakDub-DSC08.01.2014
102AN Cook9570*EngIndSouthampton27.07.2014
103M Vijay5399IndAusAdelaide09.12.2014
104CJL Rogers9556AusIndSydney06.01.2015
105JE Root9884EngNZlLord’s21.05.2015
106KL Rahul9051IndAusBengaluru04.03.2017
107Fakhar Zaman9466PakAusAbu Dhabi16.10.2018
108Sarfaraz Ahmed9481PakAusAbu Dhabi16.10.2018
109Rahmat Shah9876AfgIreDehradun15.03.2019
110Asghar Afghan9250AfgBanChattogram05.09.2019
111RJ Burns5790EngWinManchester24.07.2020
112M Labuschagne9173AusIndSydney07.01.2021
113Tamim Iqbal9074*BanSrlPallekele21.04.2021
114BRM Taylor8192ZimBanHarare07.07.2021
115TWM Latham9552NZlIndKanpur25.11.2021

It also provides the ninth occasion of a New Zealand batsman scoring a ninety and a half century in a test. All such occasions are tabulated below.

NoPlayerFISITeamOppGroundStart Date
1FB Smith9654*NZlEngLeeds11.06.1949
2NS Harford9364NZlPakLahore26.10.1955
3CD McMillan9284NZlIndHamilton02.01.1999
4MJ Horne9360NZlSAFAuckland27.02.1999
5SP Fleming5799NZlSAFBloemfontein17.11.2000
6MH Richardson9571NZlWinSt George’s28.06.2002
7LRPL Taylor9459NZlPakDunedin24.11.2009
8MJ Guptill9767NZlWinNorth Sound25.07.2012
9TWM Latham9552NZlIndKanpur25.11.2021

It also provides the 19th occasion of a batsman scoring a ninety and a half century in a test against India. All such occasions are tabulated below.

NoPlayerFISITeamOppGroundStart Date
1RT Spooner7192EngIndKolkata30.12.1951
2GS Sobers9574*WinIndChennai13.01.1967
3KD Walters9362*AusIndBrisbane19.01.1968
4KJ Hughes9264*AusIndKolkata26.10.1979
5Wasim Raja9761PakIndDelhi04.12.1979
6RL Dias6097SrlIndChennai17.09.1982
7RL Dias9560*SrlIndCol-PSS06.09.1985
8Javed Miandad9454PakIndChennai03.02.1987
9RB Richardson9359WinIndBridgetown07.04.1989
10Shoaib Mohammad6795PakIndKarachi15.11.1989
11CD McMillan9284NZlIndHamilton02.01.1999
12ML Hayden9767AusIndKolkata11.03.2001
13MA Butcher5192EngIndAhmedabad11.12.2001
14MJ Clarke9173AusIndNagpur26.10.2004
15GC Smith9455SAFIndCape Town02.01.2007
16AN Cook9570*EngIndSouthampton27.07.2014
17CJL Rogers9556AusIndSydney06.01.2015
18M Labuschagne9173AusIndSydney07.01.2021
19TWM Latham9552NZlIndKanpur25.11.2021

It also provides the second occasion of a New Zealand batsman scoring a ninety and a half century in a test against India. Both such occasions are tabulated below.

NoPlayerFISITeamOppGroundStart Date
1CD McMillan9284NZlIndHamilton02.01.1999
2TWM Latham9552NZlIndKanpur25.11.2021

TWM Latham of New Zealand scored 95 and 52 against India at Kanpur in the just concluded test to provide the 19th occasion of a batsman scoring a ninety and a half century in a test on Indian soil. All such occasions are tabulated below.

NoPlayerFISITeamOppGroundStart Date
1RT Spooner7192EngIndKolkata30.12.1951
2ED Weekes5590*WinEngKingston15.01.1954
3GS Sobers9574*WinIndChennai13.01.1967
4Wasim Raja9761PakIndDelhi04.12.1979
5KJ Hughes9264*AusIndKolkata26.10.1979
6RL Dias6097SrlIndChennai17.09.1982
7M Amarnath7895IndEngChennai13.01.1985
8Javed Miandad9454PakIndChennai03.02.1987
9R Dravid9385IndSrlMumbai03.12.1997
10S Ramesh6096IndPakDelhi04.02.1999
11ML Hayden9767AusIndKolkata11.03.2001
12MA Butcher5192EngIndAhmedabad11.12.2001
13MJ Clarke9173AusIndNagpur26.10.2004
14V Sehwag6692IndAusNagpur06.11.2008
15MS Dhoni9268*IndAusMohali17.10.2008
16V Sehwag9654*IndNZlHyd-RGS12.11.2010
17KL Rahul9051IndAusBengaluru04.03.2017
18Rahmat Shah9876AfgIreDehradun15.03.2019
19TWM Latham9552NZlIndKanpur25.11.2021
India-New Zealand Test at Kanpur – Stats of the fourth day

India-New Zealand Test at Kanpur – Stats of the fourth day

SS Iyer of India scored 105 and 65 at Kanpur against New Zealand in the ongoing test to become the 16th batsman to score a hundred and a fifty on test debut. All such occasions are tabulated below. The list includes LG Rowe and Yasir Hameed who have scored twin hundreds on test debut. SS Iyer became the first Indian to perform such a feat.

NoPlayerFISITeamOppGroundStart Date
1KS Ranjitsinhji62154*EngAusManchester16.07.1896
2G Gunn11974EngAusSydney13.12.1907
3HL Collins70104AusEngSydney17.12.1920
4PA Gibb93106EngSAFJo’burg24.12.1938
5LG Rowe214100*WinNZlKingston16.02.1972
6RE Redmond10756NZlPakAuckland16.02.1973
7CG Greenidge93107WinIndBengaluru22.11.1974
8A Mahmood128*50*PakSAFRawalpindi06.10.1997
9L Vincent10454NZlAusPerth30.11.2001
10SB Styris10769*NZlWinSt George’s28.06.2002
11Yasir Hameed170105PakBanKarachi20.08.2003
12AJ Strauss11283EngNZlLord’s20.05.2004
13AN Cook60104*EngIndNagpur01.03.2006
14Umar Akmal12975PakNZlDunedin24.11.2009
15F du Plessis78110*SAFAusAdelaide22.11.2012
16SS Iyer10565IndNZlKanpur25.11.2021

SS Iyer’s feat provides the third such feat on Indian soil. Bangalore and Nagpur are the other test centers to witness such a feat. All such occasions are tabulated below

NoPlayerFISITeamOppGroundStart Date
1CG Greenidge93107WinIndBengaluru22.11.1974
2AN Cook60104*EngIndNagpur01.03.2006
3SS Iyer10565IndNZlKanpur25.11.2021

RA Jadeja of India scored 50 and zero in the ongoing test at Kanpur against New Zealand to provide the 23rd occasion of a batsman scoring an exact 50 and a zero in a test. All such occasions are tabulated below.

NoPlayerFISITeamOppGroundDate
1VS Ransford500AusSAFAdelaide07.01.11
2AP Freeman050*EngAusSydney19.12.24
3FE Woolley050EngAusMelbourne01.01.25
4CA Roach500WinEngManchester21.07.28
5L Amarnath050IndEngLord’s22.06.46
6RA McLean500SAFAusJo’burg23.12.57
7RC Fredericks050WinEngManchester08.07.76
8DL Haynes050WinAusAdelaide07.12.84
9KR Rutherford050*NZlAusAuckland13.03.86
10ST Jayasuriya050SrlNZlDunedin07.03.97
11RS Mahanama500SrlSAFCenturion27.03.98
12M Yousuf050PakSAFCape Town02.01.03
13S Chanderpaul500WinEngBridgetown01.04.04
14ME Trescothick500EngPakLahore29.11.05
15IR Bell500EngAusBrisbane23.11.06
16DL Vettori50*0NZlEngWellington13.03.08
17KC Brathwaite500WinBanDhaka29.10.11
18MM Ali500EngIndMumbai08.12.16
19FDM Karunaratne050SrlSAFJo’burg12.01.17
20S Ahmed500PakSAFJo’burg11.01.19
21SSJ Brooks050WinIndKingston30.08.19
22DP Sibley050EngWinSouthampton08.07.20
23RA Jadeja500IndNZlKanpur25.11.21

It also provides the second occasion of an Indian batsman scoring an exact 50 and a zero in a test. Both such occasions are tabulated below.

NoPlayerFISITeamOppGroundDate
1L Amarnath050IndEngLord’s22.06.46
2RA Jadeja500IndNZlKanpur25.11.21

It also provides the second occasion of a batsman scoring an exact 50 and a zero in a test against New Zealand Both such occasions are tabulated below.

NoPlayerFISITeamOppGroundDate
1ST Jayasuriya050SrlNZlDunedin07.03.97
2RA Jadeja500IndNZlKanpur25.11.21

It also provides the second occasion of a batsman scoring an exact 50 and a zero in a test on Indian soil. Both such occasions are tabulated below.

NoPlayerFISITeamOppGroundDate
1MM Ali500EngIndMumbai08.12.16
2RA Jadeja500IndNZlKanpur25.11.21

CA Pujara’s run aggregate at the end of this test against New Zealand read 820. He became the sixth Indian batsman to score 800 plus runs against New Zealand. Others are – R Dravid {1659}, SR Tendulkar {1595}, V Sehwag {883}, V Kohli {830} and VVS Laxman {818}

CA Pujara’s run aggregate at the end of this test read 6542. He became the ninth Indian batsman to score 6500 plus runs in his test career. The following table lists these nine batsmen who have scored 6500 plus runs.

NoPlayerMatInnsNORunsHSCHC
1Tendulkar2003293315921248*5168
2R Dravid16328432132652703663
3Gavaskar1252141610122236*3445
4VVS Laxman1342253487812811756
5V Sehwag103178685033192331
6V Kohli96162107765254*2727
7SC Ganguly1131881772122391635
8Vengsarkar1161852268681661735
9CA Pujara9115496542206*1831

R Ashwin’s lone wicket on the fourth day fetched him an aggregate of 56 wickets against New Zealand. He now occupies the second place amongst the Indian bowlers who have captured most wickets against New Zealand. He went past EAS Prasanna who had captured 55 wickets. BS Bedi with 57 wickets occupies the first place.

R Ashwin’s lone wicket on the fourth day fetched him an aggregate of 417 wickets in his test career. He now shares the third place amongst the Indian bowlers who have captured most wickets in their test career with Harbhajan Singh. Harbhajan Singh has captured 417 wickets. A Kumble {619} and Kapil Dev {434} occupy the first two places.

R Ashwin is one of the three right arm spin bowlers to capture fifty plus wickets against New Zealand with 56 wickets to his credit. EAS Prasanna {55} and A Kumble {50} are the other two bowlers. Thus R Ashwin now holds the record for most wickets by an Indian right arm spin bowler against New Zealand.

R Ashwin’s 56 wickets against New Zealand is also a record for an Indian right arm bowler.

W Saha scored 61 not out in India’s second innings to provide the 17th occasion of an Indian wicket keeper scoring a fifty in a test innings against New Zealand. It also represents his third fifty against New Zealand.

It also represents his third fifty against New Zealand. With three fifties to his credit against New Zealand, WP Saha became the fourth Indian wicket keeper to score three fifties against New Zealand. Others are – MS Dhoni {06}, FM Engineer {03} and SMH Kirmani {03}.

It also provides the ninth occasion of an Indian wicket keeper scoring a fifty in a test innings against New Zealand on home soil.

It also represents his third fifty against New Zealand. With three fifties to his credit on home soil against New Zealand. WP Saha became the second Indian wicket keeper to score three fifties against New Zealand on home soil after MS Dhoni.

WP Saha became the second Indian wicket keeper to score a fifty against New Zealand at Kanpur. Prior to this SMH Kirmani had scored 64 in Nov 1976.

W Saha scored 61 not out in India’s second innings to provide the 128th occasion of an Indian wicket keeper scoring a fifty in a test innings. It also provides the 69th occasion of an Indian wicket keeper scoring a fifty in a test innings on home soil.

WP Saha became the second Indian wicket keeper to score a fifty at Kanpur. The following table lists the other three Indian wicket keepers who have scored fifties at Kanpur.

NoPlayerRunsIOppGroundStart Date
1BK Kunderan553EngKanpur15 Feb 1964
2FM Engineer771AusKanpur15 Nov 1969
3SMH Kirmani641NZlKanpur18 Nov 1976
4WP Saha61*3NZlKanpur25 Nov 2021

WP Saha’s 61 not out in this test provide the seventh occasion of a wicket keeper scoring a fifty in a test innings at Kanpur.

WP Saha’s 61 not out in this test provide the ninth occasion of his scoring a fifty in a test innings.  All such occasions are tabulated below

NoRunsIOppositionGroundStart Date
1602v Sri LankaGalle12 Aug 2015
2561v Sri LankaCol-PSS20 Aug 2015
31041v West IndiesGros Islet09 Aug 2016
454*1v New ZealandKolkata30 Sep 2016
558*3v New ZealandKolkata30 Sep 2016
6106*1v BangladeshHyd-RGS09 Feb 2017
71172v AustraliaRanchi16 Mar 2017
8671v Sri LankaCol-SSC03 Aug 2017
961*3v New ZealandKanpur25 Nov 2021

TG Southee’s three wickets in India’s second innings fetched him an aggregate of 52 wickets against India. He became the second New Zealand bowler to capture 50 plus wickets against India after RJ Hadlee. RJ Hadlee has captured 65 wickets against India.

TG Southee’s three wickets in India’s second innings fetched him an aggregate of 52 wickets against India. He became the 28th bowler to capture 50 plus wickets against India.

In New Zealand’s second innings, two Indian spinners AR Patel and R Ashwin -shared the new ball to provide the 72nd occasion of spinners sharing the new ball in an innings in the annals of test cricket. It also provides the 18th occasion of Indian spinners sharing the new ball in an innings.

It also provides the second such occasion against New Zealand. Prior to this, two Sri Lankan spinners – MDK Perera and DM de Silva – had shared the new ball in the second innings of the test at Col-PSS in Aug 2019.

TG Southee of New Zealand returned with match figures of eight for 144 in this test to provide the 12th occasion of a New Zealnd bowler to capture eight or more wickets in a test against India. All such occasions are listed below.

NoPlayerWktsOppGroundStart Date
1BR Taylor08-102IndMum-BS12 Mar 1965
2HJ Howarth09-100IndNagpur03 Oct 1969
3RJ Hadlee11-058IndWellington13 Feb 1976
4JG Bracewell09-136IndAuckland13 Mar 1981
5JG Bracewell08-132IndMumbai24 Nov 1988
6RJ Hadlee10-088IndMumbai24 Nov 1988
7SB Doull09-114IndWellington26 Dec 1998
8DR Tuffey08-053IndHamilton19 Dec 2002
9TG Southee08-132IndBengaluru31 Aug 2012
10N Wagner08-126IndAuckland06 Feb 2014
11TG Southee09-110IndWellington21 Feb 2020
12TG Southee08-144IndKanpur25 Nov 2021

TG Southee became the third New Zealand bowler to capture eight or more wickets in a test on two or more occasions against India. All such occasions are tabulated below. TG Southee owns the record with three occasions.

NoPlayerWktsOppGroundStart Date
1JG Bracewell09-136IndAuckland13 Mar 1981
2JG Bracewell08-132IndMumbai24 Nov 1988
      
1RJ Hadlee11-058IndWellington13 Feb 1976
2RJ Hadlee10-088IndMumbai24 Nov 1988
      
1TG Southee08-132IndBengaluru31 Aug 2012
2TG Southee09-110IndWellington21 Feb 2020
3TG Southee08-144IndKanpur25 Nov 2021
Batsman scoring an exact fifty and a duck in a test

Batsman scoring an exact fifty and a duck in a test

RA Jadeja of India scored 50 and zero in the ongoing test at Kanpur against New Zealand to provide the 23rd occasion of a batsman scoring an exact 50 and a zero in a test. All such occasions are tabulated below.

NoPlayerFISITeamOppGroundDate
1VS Ransford500AusSAFAdelaide07.01.11
2AP Freeman050*EngAusSydney19.12.24
3FE Woolley050EngAusMelbourne01.01.25
4CA Roach500WinEngManchester21.07.28
5L Amarnath050IndEngLord’s22.06.46
6RA McLean500SAFAusJo’burg23.12.57
7RC Fredericks050WinEngManchester08.07.76
8DL Haynes050WinAusAdelaide07.12.84
9KR Rutherford050*NZlAusAuckland13.03.86
10ST Jayasuriya050SrlNZlDunedin07.03.97
11RS Mahanama500SrlSAFCenturion27.03.98
12M Yousuf050PakSAFCape Town02.01.03
13S Chanderpaul500WinEngBridgetown01.04.04
14ME Trescothick500EngPakLahore29.11.05
15IR Bell500EngAusBrisbane23.11.06
16DL Vettori50*0NZlEngWellington13.03.08
17KC Brathwaite500WinBanDhaka29.10.11
18MM Ali500EngIndMumbai08.12.16
19FDM Karunaratne050SrlSAFJo’burg12.01.17
20S Ahmed500PakSAFJo’burg11.01.19
21SSJ Brooks050WinIndKingston30.08.19
22DP Sibley050EngWinSouthampton08.07.20
23RA Jadeja500IndNZlKanpur25.11.21

It also provides the second occasion of an Indian batsman scoring an exact 50 and a zero in a test. Both such occasions are tabulated below.

NoPlayerFISITeamOppGroundDate
1L Amarnath050IndEngLord’s22.06.46
2RA Jadeja500IndNZlKanpur25.11.21

It also provides the second occasion of a batsman scoring an exact 50 and a zero in a test against New Zealand Both such occasions are tabulated below.

NoPlayerFISITeamOppGroundDate
1ST Jayasuriya050SrlNZlDunedin07.03.97
2RA Jadeja500IndNZlKanpur25.11.21

It also provides the second occasion of a batsman scoring an exact 50 and a zero in a test on Indian soil. Both such occasions are tabulated below.

NoPlayerFISITeamOppGroundDate
1MM Ali500EngIndMumbai08.12.16
2RA Jadeja500IndNZlKanpur25.11.21
Hundred and Fifty on test debut

Hundred and Fifty on test debut

SS Iyer of India scored 105 and 65 at Kanpur against New Zealand in the ongoing test to become the 16th batsman to score a hundred and a fifty on test debut. All such occasions are tabulated below. The list includes LG Rowe and Yasir Hameed who have scored twin hundreds on test debut. SS Iyer became the  first Indian to perform such a feat.

NoPlayerFISITeamOppGroundStart Date
1KS Ranjitsinhji62154*EngAusManchester16.07.1896
2G Gunn11974EngAusSydney13.12.1907
3HL Collins70104AusEngSydney17.12.1920
4PA Gibb93106EngSAFJo’burg24.12.1938
5LG Rowe214100*WinNZlKingston16.02.1972
6RE Redmond10756NZlPakAuckland16.02.1973
7CG Greenidge93107WinIndBengaluru22.11.1974
8A Mahmood128*50*PakSAFRawalpindi06.10.1997
9L Vincent10454NZlAusPerth30.11.2001
10SB Styris10769*NZlWinSt George’s28.06.2002
11Yasir Hameed170105PakBanKarachi20.08.2003
12AJ Strauss11283EngNZlLord’s20.05.2004
13AN Cook60104*EngIndNagpur01.03.2006
14Umar Akmal12975PakNZlDunedin24.11.2009
15F du Plessis78110*SAFAusAdelaide22.11.2012
16SS Iyer10565IndNZlKanpur25.11.2021

SS Iyer’s feat provides the third such feat on Indian soil. Bangalore and Nagpur are the other test centers to witness such a feat. All such occasions are tabulated below

NoPlayerFISITeamOppGroundStart Date
1CG Greenidge93107WinIndBengaluru22.11.1974
2AN Cook60104*EngIndNagpur01.03.2006
3SS Iyer10565IndNZlKanpur25.11.2021
India-New Zealand First Test at Kanpur – Third day’s stats

India-New Zealand First Test at Kanpur – Third day’s stats

KS Williamson was dismissed leg before wicket in New Zealand’s first innings. It was the 20th occasion of his being dismissed leg before wicket in his test career. He became the seventh New Zealand batsman to be dismissed leg before wicket on 20 plus occasions. Others are – LRPL Taylor {36}, BB McCullum {33}, SP Fleming {28}, CD McMillan {24}, MD Crowe {22} and AC Parare {20}.

KS Williamson was dismissed leg before wicket in New Zealand’s first innings. It was the eighth occasion of his being dismissed leg before wicket in his test career while leading New Zealand. He became the fifth New Zealand captain to be dismissed leg before wicket on eight or more occasions. Others are – SP Fleming {24}, BB McCullum {13}, LRPL Taylor {09} and GT Dowling {08}

WH Young and LRPL Taylor of New Zealand were dismissed caught by substitute wicket keeper KS Bharat in its first innings against India in the ongoing test at Kanpur to provide the eighth and ninth occasion of a batsman dismissed caught in the annals  of test cricket. All such occasions are tabulated below

TWM Latham of New Zealand were dismissed stumped by substitute wicket keeper KS Bharat in its first innings against India in the ongoing test at Kanpur to provide the third occasion of a batsman dismissed stumped in the annals  of test cricket. All such occasions are tabulated below

NoBatsmanMoDKeeperTeamIOppGroundSeason
1ArmstrongCtAO JonesAus1EngThe Oval1905
2LT NgidiCtKD KarthikSAF2IndJo’burg2017/18
3UT YadavCtJNHamiltonInd1WinHyd-RGS2018/19
4CA PujaraCtJNHamiltonInd1WinHyd-RGS2018/19
5LabuschagneCtM RizwanAus2PakA Dhabi2018/19
6TM HeadCtM RizwanAus2PakA  Dhabi2018/19
7RJ BurnsCtJ Da SilvaEng2WinManchester2020
8WH YoungCtKS BharatNZl2IndKanpur2020/21
9LRPL TaylorCtKS BharatNZl2IndKanpur2020/21
         
NoBatsmanMoDKeeperTeamIOppGroundSeason
1SJ SnookeStNC TufnellSAF2EngDurban1909/10
2PervezSajjadStBECongdonPak2NZl Lahore1964/65
3TWM LathamStKS BharatNZl2IndKanpur2020/21

KS Bharat holds the record of most dismissals in an innings by a substitute wicket keeper – three in the annals of test cricket. JN Hamilton of West Indies and M Rizwan of Pakistan held the previous record with two dismissals.

KS Bharat became the second Indian substitute wicket keeper to effect a dismissal in a test innings after KD Karthik. KD Karthik had caught LT Ngidi of South Africa at Johannesburg in 2017/18

KS Bharat shares the record of most dismissals – caught – in an innings by a substitute wicket keeper – two – in the annals of test cricket wirh JN Hamilton of West Indies and M Rizwan of Pakistan who had effected two dismissals – caught

It also provides the very first occasion of both the openers dismissed by a substiture wicket keeper in the annals of test cricket – one dismissed stumped and another caught

TWM Latham-WH Young added 151 runs for the first wicket to provide the 110th occasion of New Zealand batsmen posting 150 plus runs for various wickets in a test innings.  It also provides the 52nd occasion of New Zealand batsmen posting 150 plus runs for various wickets in a test innings on away soil.

TWM Latham-WH Young added 151 runs for the first wicket to provide the 15th occasion of New Zealand batsmen posting 150 plus runs for various wickets in a test innings against India.  It also provides the seventh occasion of New Zealand batsmen posting 150 plus runs for various wickets in a test innings on away soil against India.

TWM Latham-WH Young added 151 runs for the first wicket to provide the 13th occasion of New Zealand batsmen posting 150 plus runs for various wickets in a test innings for the first wicket. It also provides the fifth occasion of New Zealand batsmen posting 150 plus runs for various wickets in a test innings on away soil for the first wicket

TWM Latham-WH Young added 151 runs for the first wicket to provide the second occasion of New Zealand batsmen posting 150 plus runs for various wickets in a test innings against India for the first wicket. It also provides the seventh occasion of New Zealand batsmen posting 150 plus runs for various wickets in a test innings on away soil against India for the first wicket.

AR Patel captured five wickets conceding 62 runs in New Zealand’s innings to provide the 359th occasion of an Indian bowler capturing five or more wickets in a test innings. It also provides the 158th occasion of an Indian bowler capturing five or more wickets in a test innings on home soil

AR Patel captured five wickets conceding 62 runs in New Zealand’s innings to provide the 45th occasion of an Indian bowler capturing five or more wickets in a test innings against New Zealand. It also provides the 28th occasion of an Indian bowler capturing five or more wickets in a test innings on home soil against New Zealand.

R Patel captured five wickets conceding 62 runs in New Zealand’s innings to provide the 45th occasion of an Indian bowler capturing five or more wickets in a test innings at Kanpur. All such occasions are tabulated below.

NoPlayerWktsIOppGroundStart Date
1Ghulam Ahmed5-702EngKanpur12 Jan 1952
2SP Gupte9-1021WinKanpur12 Dec 1958
3JM Patel9-692AusKanpur19 Dec 1959
4JM Patel5-554AusKanpur19 Dec 1959
5SP Gupte5-902EngKanpur01 Dec 1961
6N Kapil Dev6-632PakKanpur25 Dec 1979
7A Kumble6-673NZlKanpur22 Oct 1999
8A Kumble6-1311SAFKanpur20 Nov 2004
9S Sreesanth5-752SrlKanpur24 Nov 2009
10RA Jadeja5-742NZlKanpur22 Sep 2016
11R Ashwin6-1324NZlKanpur22 Sep 2016
12AR Patel5-622NZlKanpur25 Nov 2021

It also provides the fourth occasion of an Indian bowler capturing five or more wickets against New Zealand at Kanpur. All such occasions are tabulated below.

NoPlayerWktsIOppGroundStart Date
1A Kumble6-673NZlKanpur22 Oct 1999
2RA Jadeja5-742NZlKanpur22 Sep 2016
3R Ashwin6-1324NZlKanpur22 Sep 2016
4AR Patel5-622NZlKanpur25 Nov 2021

TWM Latham scored 95 in this game to provide the 69th occasion of a New Zealand batsman scoring a ninety in a test innings. It also provides the sixth occasion of a New Zealand batsman scoring a ninety in a test innings against India.

TWM Latham scored 95 in this game to provide the 17th occasion of a New Zealand opening batsman scoring a ninety in a test innings. It also provides the first occasion of a New Zealand opening batsman scoring a ninety in a test innings against India.

TWM Latham was dismissed stumped for 95 in this test to provide the ninth occasion of an opening batsman dismissed stumped in a test innings. All such occasions are tabulated below.

NoPlayerRunsITeamOppGroundStart Date
1TW Hayward914EngAusSydney11 Dec 1903
2Majid Khan981PakNZlHyd-Pak23 Oct 1976
3JM Brearley912EngIndMumbai11 Feb 1977
4JG Wright993NZlEngCh’church18 Jan 1992
5MJ Slater961AusPakKarachi22 Oct 1998
6MJ Slater962AusSrlGalle22 Sep 1999
7Salman Butt924PakAusLord’s13 Jul 2010
8V Sehwag992IndSrlCol-SSC26 Jul 2010
8TWM Latham952NZlIndKanpur25 Nov 2021

TWM Latham was dismissed stumped for 95 in this test to provide the ninth occasion of an opening batsman dismissed stumped in a test innings against India. Both such occasions are tabulated below.

NoPlayerRunsITeamOppGroundStart Date
1JM Brearley912EngIndMumbai11 Feb 1977
2TWM Latham952NZlIndKanpur25 Nov 2021

TWM Latham was dismissed stumped for 95 in this test to provide the second occasion of a New Zealand opening batsman dismissed stumped in a test innings. Both such occasions are tabulated below.

NoPlayerRunsITeamOppGroundStart Date
1JG Wright993NZlEngCh’church18 Jan 1992
2TWM Latham952NZlIndKanpur25 Nov 2021

TWM Latham was dismissed stumped for 95 in this test to provide the 28th occasion of a batsman dismissed stumped in a test innings. It also provides the second occasion of a New Zealand batsman dismissed stumped in a test innings. Both such occasions are tabulated below.

NoPlayerRunsITeamOppGroundStart Date
1JG Wright993NZlEngCh’church18 Jan 1992
2TWM Latham952NZlIndKanpur25 Nov 2021

TWM Latham {95} and WH Young {89} scored runs between 80 and 99 in New Zealand’s innings to provide the second occasion of New Zealand openers scoring plus between 80 and 99 in a test innings. The first such occasion was witnessed against England at Leeds in Aug 1983 when JG Wright {93} and BA Edgar {84} scored runs between 80 and 99.

TWM Latham {95} and WH Young {89} scored runs between 80 and 99 in New Zealand’s innings to provide the 23rd occasion of openers scoring plus between 80 and 99 in a test innings.

AR Patels’s five for 62 represent his fifth five wicket haul in an innings. He has taken these five five plus wicket hauls in seven innings. All such occasions are tabulated below

NoW-ROppGroundStart Date
15-60EngChennai13 Feb 2021
26-38EngAhmedabad24 Feb 2021
35-32EngAhmedabad24 Feb 2021
45-48EngAhmedabad04 Mar 2021
55-62NZlKanpur25 Nov 2021

AR Patel became the fourth bowler in the annals of test cricket to capture his first five wicket hauls in less than seven innings. Australia’s CT Turner and England’s T Richardson have performed the feat in seven innings and R Hogg of Australia’s first five wicket hauls came in six innings.

R Ashwin’s three wickets in New Zealand’s first innings fetched him an aggregate of 416 wickets in his test career. He needs two more wickets to overhaul Harbhajan Singh’s tally of 417 wickets and to occupy the third place in the list of Indian bowlers who have captured most wickets. A Kumble {619} and Kapil Dev {434} occupy the first two places.

R Ashwin’s three wickets in New Zealand’s first innings fetched him an aggregate of 55 wickets in his test career against New Zealand. He now shares the second place with EAS Prasanna amongst the Indian bowlers who have captured most wickets against New Zealand. R Ashwin needs three more wicket to overhaul the tally of BS Bedi’s 57 wickets to become India’s most wicket taker against New Zealand.

KL Jamieson captured his 50th test wicket when he bowled S Gill in India’s second innings. He earned the distinction of becoming the 38th New Zealand bowler to capture 50 plus wickets in tests. His 50 wickets came in his ninth test and 18 innings.

Dismissals effected by a substitute wicket keeper in a test innings

Dismissals effected by a substitute wicket keeper in a test innings

WH Young and LRPL Taylor of New Zealand were dismissed caught by substitute wicket keeper KS Bharat in its first innings against India in the ongoing test at Kanpur to provide the eighth and ninth occasion of a batsman dismissed caught in the annals  of test cricket. All such occasions are tabulated below

TWM Latham of New Zealand were dismissed stumped by substitute wicket keeper KS Bharat in its first innings against India in the ongoing test at Kanpur to provide the third occasion of a batsman dismissed stumped in the annals  of test cricket. All such occasions are tabulated below

NoBatsmanMoDKeeperTeamIOppGroundSeason
1ArmstrongCtAO JonesAus1EngThe Oval1905
2LT NgidiCtKD KarthikSAF2IndJo’burg2017/18
3UT YadavCtJNHamiltonInd1WinHyd-RGS2018/19
4CA PujaraCtJNHamiltonInd1WinHyd-RGS2018/19
5LabuschagneCtM RizwanAus2PakA Dhabi2018/19
6TM HeadCtM RizwanAus2PakA  Dhabi2018/19
7RJ BurnsCtJ Da SilvaEng2WinManchester2020
8WH YoungCtKS BharatNZl2IndKanpur2020/21
9LRPL TaylorCtKS BharatNZl2IndKanpur2020/21
         
NoBatsmanMoDKeeperTeamIOppGroundSeason
1SJ SnookeStNC TufnellSAF2EngDurban1909/10
2PervezSajjadStBECongdonPak2NZl Lahore1964/65
3TWM LathamStKS BharatNZl2IndKanpur2020/21

KS Bharat holds the record of most dismissals in an innings by a substitute wicket keeper – three in the annals of test cricket. JN Hamilton of West Indies and M Rizwan of Pakistan held the previous record with two dismissals.

KS Bharat became the second Indian substitute wicket keeper to effect a dismissal in a test innings after KD Karthik. KD Karthik had caught LT Ngidi of South Africa at Johannesburg in 2017/18

KS Bharat shares the record of most dismissals – caught – in an innings by a substitute wicket keeper – two – in the annals of test cricket with JN Hamilton of West Indies and M Rizwan of Pakistan. These two wicket keepers had effected two dismissals – caught

It also provides the very first occasion of both the openers dismissed by a substitute wicket keeper in the annals of test cricket – one dismissed stumped and another caught

Stats Courtesy – Association of Cricket Statisticians – United Kingdom