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Bowlers conceding 100 plus runs in an innings in one day internationals

Bowlers conceding 100 plus runs in an innings in one day internationals

JA Duffy of New Zealand returned with figures of 3 for 100 against India at Indore on 24 Jan 2023 to provide the 15th occasion of a bowler conceding 100 plus runs in an innings in the annals of one day internationals. All such occasions are tabulated below

NoPlayerOversMRunsWITeamOppGroundStart DateScore
1MC Snedden12.0110521NZlEngThe Oval09 Jun 198321
2ML Lewis10.0011302AusRSAJohannesburg12 Mar 2006DNB
3TG Southee10.0010501NZlIndChristchurch08 Mar 200932
4BV Vitori9.0010511ZimNZlNapier09 Feb 201200
5R Vinay Kumar9.0010212IndAusBengaluru02 Nov 2013DNB
6JO Holder10.0210411WinRSASydney27 Feb 201556
7Dawlat Zadran10.0110121AfgAusPerth04 Mar 201500
8B Kumar10.0010611IndRSAWankhede25 Oct 201501
9Wahab Riaz10.0011001PakEngNottingham30 Aug 201614
10Hasan Ali9.0010021PakAusAdelaide26 Jan 201713
11N Pradeep10.0010601SrlIndMohali13 Dec 2017DNB
12AJ Tye9.0010001AusEngNottingham19 Jun 201805*
13Rashid Khan9.0011001AfgEngManchester18 Jun 201908
14PRP Boissevain10.0010801NetEngAmstelveen17 Jun 202205
15JA Duffy10.0010031NZlIndIndore24 Jan 202300

It also provides the third occasion of a New Zealand bowler conceding 100 plus runs in an innings in the annals of one day internationals. All such occasions are tabulated below

NoPlayerOversMRunsWITeamOppGroundStart DateScore
1MC Snedden12.0110521NZlEngThe Oval09 Jun 198321
2TG Southee10.0010501NZlIndChristchurch08 Mar 200932
3JA Duffy10.0010031NZlIndIndore24 Jan 202300

It also provides the second occasion of a bowler conceding 100 plus runs in an innings in the annals of one day internationals against India. Both such occasions are tabulated below

NoPlayerOversMRunsWITeamOppGroundStart DateScore
1N Pradeep10.0010601SrlIndMohali13 Dec 2017DNB
2JA Duffy10.0010031NZlIndIndore24 Jan 202300

JA Duffy became the first bowler in the history of one day internationals to capture three wickets conceding 100 plus runs. The following table lists the bowlers who have captured two or more wickets conceding 100 plus runs.

NoPlayerOversMRunsWITeamOppGroundStart DateScore
1JA Duffy10.0010031NZlIndIndore24 Jan 202300
2MC Snedden12.0110521NZlEngThe Oval09 Jun 198321
3Dawlat Zadran10.0110121AfgAusPerth04 Mar 201500
4Hasan Ali9.0010021PakAusAdelaide26 Jan 201713

JA Duffey became the third bowler in the history of one day internationals to concede exact 100 runs in an innings. The following table lists the three bowlers. JA Duffy is the only bowler to concede exact 100 runs in ten overs

NoPlayerOversMRunsWITeamOppGroundStart DateScore
1Hasan Ali9.0010021PakAusAdelaide26 Jan 201713
2AJ Tye9.0010001AusEngNottingham19 Jun 201805*
3JA Duffy10.0010031NZlIndIndore24 Jan 202300

JA Duffy became the third bowler in the history of one day internationals to score a duck and concede 100 plus runs. The following table lists all the three bowlers. The performance with the bat is added to this article at the instance of Sri C Ramachandra Rao of Udupi

NoPlayerOversMRunsWITeamOppGroundStart DateScore
1BV Vitori9.0010511ZimNZlNapier09 Feb 201200
2Dawlat Zadran10.0110121AfgAusPerth04 Mar 201500
3JA Duffy10.0010031NZlIndIndore24 Jan 202300
India Vs New Zealand at Indore on 24 Jan 2023

India Vs New Zealand at Indore on 24 Jan 2023

India posted a team total of 385 for 9 in this game.  It represents India’s highest team total against New Zealand on home soil. Its previous best was 376 for 2 at Hyd-LBS on 08 Nov 1999. India’s highest total against New Zealand is 392 for 4 at Christchurch on 08.03.09

RG Sharma and Shubman Gill posted 212 runs for the first wicket to provide the 35th  occasion of India posting 200 plus runs partnerships for various wickets in one day internationals. It also provides the fourth ocasion India posting 200 plus runs partnerships for the various wickets in one day internationals against New Zealand

RG Sharma and Shubman Gill posted 212 runs for the first wicket to provide the seventh occasion of India posting 200 plus runs partnerships for the first wicket in one day internationals. It also provides the second occasion of India posting 200 plus runs partnerships for the first wickets in one day internationals against New Zealand

RG Sharma and Shubman Gill posted 212 runs for the first wicket to provide the record partnership for the first wicket against New Zealand. The previous best was 201 runs unfinished partnership between G Gambhir and V Sehwag at Hamilton on 11.03.2009.

RG Sharma and Shubman Gill posted 212 runs for the first wicket to provide the record partnership for the first wicket against New Zealand on home soil. The previous best was 182 runs partnership between SR Tendulkar and V Sehwag at Hyd-LBS on 15.11.2003.

RG Sharma {101} and Shubman Gill {112} scored centuries in this game to provide the 46th occasion of both the Indian openers scoring centuries in an innings in one day internationals.

RG Sharma {101} and Shubman Gill {112} scored centuries in this game to provide the tenth occasion of both the Indian openers scoring centuries in an innings in one day internationals. It also provides the second occasion of both the Indian openers scoring centuries in an innings in one day internationals against New Zealand.

JA Duffy of New Zealand returned with figures of 3 for 100 in this game to provide the 15th occasion of a bowler conceding 100 plus runs in an innings in one day internationals. It also provides the third occasion of a New Zealand bowler conceding 100 plus runs in one day internationals.

JA Duffy of New Zealand returned with figures of 3 for 100 in this game to provide the third occasion of a bowler conceding 100 plus runs in an innings in one day internationals against India It also provides the second occasion of a New Zealand bowler conceding 100 plus runs in one day internationals.

JA Duffy became the first bowler in the history one day internationals to capture three wickets conceding 100 plus runs, He returned with figures of 3 for 100 in this game.

New Zealand openers FH Allen and DP Conway scored zero and 138 in this game to provide the 56th occasion of openers scoring zero and century in an innings in one day internationals

TM Latham collected the first ball duck in this game to provide the seventh occasion of a New Zealand captain collecting the first ball duck in an innings in one day internationals. It also provides the second occasion of a New Zealand captain collecting the first ball duck in an innings in one day internationals against India.

TM Latham collected duck in this game to provide the 37th occasion of a New Zealand captain dismissed for a duck in an innings in one day internationals. It also provides the fourth occasion of a New Zealand captain dismissed for a duck in an innings in one day internationals against India.

TM Latham collected the first ball duck in this game to provide the 21st occasion of a New Zealand wicket keeper batsman collecting the first ball duck in an innings in one day internationals. It also provides the fourth occasion of a New Zealand wicket keeper collecting the first ball duck in an innings in one day internationals against India.

TM Latham collected duck in this game to provide the 70th occasion of a New Zealand wicket keeper batsman dismissed for a duck in an innings in one day internationals. It also provides the twelfth occasion of a New Zealand wicket keeper batsman dismissed for duck in an innings in one day internationals against India.

TM Latham collected the first ball duck in this game to provide the second occasion of a New Zealand captain wicket keeper batsman collecting the first ball duck in an innings in one day internationals. It also provides the first occasion of a New Zealand captain wicket keeper collecting the first ball duck in an innings in one day internationals against India.

TM Latham collected duck in this game to provide the sixth occasion of a New Zealand captain wicket keeper batsman dismissed for a duck in an innings in one day internationals. It also provides the first occasion of a New Zealand captain wicket keeper batsman dismissed for duck in an innings in one day internationals against India.

RG Sharma’s 101 in this game represent his 30th century in one day internationals. Now he shares the third place among the batsmen who have scored most centuries in one day internationals with RT Ponting. RT Ponting has also scored 30 centuries. SR Tendulkar {49} and V Kohli {46} occupy the first two places.

Shubmal Gill aggregated 360 runs in this series. It provides the eleventh occasion of a batsman scoring 300 plus runs in a bilateral three match one day series. The following table list all the eleven occasions. Shubman Gill became the first Indian batman to perform such a feat

NoPlayerTeamOppSeriesMINORunsHSAveCHC0
1Babar AzamPakWin2016/17330360123120.00300
2Shubman GillIndNZl2022/23331360208180.00200
3Imrul KayesBanZim2018/19330349144116.33210
4Q de KockRSAInd2013/14330342135114.00300
5MJ GuptillNZlEng2013332330189*330.00200
6Tamim IqbalBanPak2015331312132156.00210
7Litton DasBanZim2019/20331311176155.50200
8BRM TaylorZimNZl2011/12332310128*310.00210
9Tamim IqbalBanZim2019/20331310158155.00200
10LRPL TaylorNZlEng2017/18331304181*152.00200
11Fakhar ZamanPakRSA2021330302193100.66200

Shubmal Gill aggregated 360 runs in this series. It provides the second occasion of a batsman scoring 350 plus runs in a bilateral three match one day series. The following table lists both such occasions

NoPlayerTeamOppSeriesMINORunsHSAveCHC0
1Babar AzamPakWin2016/17330360123120.00300
2Shubman GillIndNZl2022/23331360208180.00200

Bsbar Azam and Shubman Gill share the record for scoring most runs in a bilateral three match one day series. Both the batsmen have scored 360 runs.

DP Conway’s 138 in this game was in a losing cause to provide the 35th occasion of a New Zealand batsman’s century going in vain in one day internationals. It also provides the sixth occasion of a New Zealand batsman’s century going in vain in one day internationals against India.

Both the openers scoring centuries in an innings in one day internationals

Both the openers scoring centuries in an innings in one day internationals

Indian opening batsmen RG Sharma {101} and Shubman Gill {112} scored centuries against New Zealand at Indore on 24 Jan 2023 to provide the 46th occasion of both the openers scoring centuries in an innings in the history of one day internationals.  All such occasions are tabulated belovvw

NoNoPlayerRunsInnsTeamOppnGroundStart Date
11GR Marsh1041AusIndJaipur07 Sep 1986
 2DC Boon1111AusIndJaipur07 Sep 1986
         
21Rameez Raja107*1PakSrlAdelaide17 Feb 1990
 2Saeed Anwar1261PakSrlAdelaide17 Feb 1990
         
31Saeed Anwar1101PakSrlSharjah04 Feb 1993
 2Rameez Raja109*1PakSrlSharjah04 Feb 1993
         
41Saeed Anwar1071PakSrlSharjah30 Oct 1993
 2Asif Mujtaba113*1PakSrlSharjah30 Oct 1993
         
51DN Chudasama1221KenBanNairobi (Gym)10 Oct 1997
 2KO Otieno1441KenBanNairobi (Gym)10 Oct 1997
         
61SC Ganguly1091IndSrlCol-RPS07 Jul 1998
 2SR Tendulkar1281IndSrlCol-RPS07 Jul 1998
         
71G Kirsten1151RSAIndKochi09 Mar 2000
 2HH Gibbs1111RSAIndKochi09 Mar 2000
         
81SC Ganguly1271IndRSAJohannesburg05 Oct 2001
 2SR Tendulkar1011IndRSAJohannesburg05 Oct 2001
         
91SC Ganguly1111IndKenPaarl24 Oct 2001
 2SR Tendulkar1461IndKenPaarl24 Oct 2001
         
101V Sehwag1262IndEngCol-RPS22 Sep 2002
 2SC Ganguly117*2IndEngCol-RPS22 Sep 2002
         
111MS Atapattu1011SrlAusSydney09 Jan 2003
 2ST Jayasuriya1221SrlAusSydney09 Jan 2003
         
121ME Trescothick114*2EngRSAThe Oval28 Jun 2003
 2VS Solanki1062EngRSAThe Oval28 Jun 2003
         
131V Sehwag1301IndNZlHyd-RGS15 Nov 2003
 2SR Tendulkar1021IndNZlHyd-RGS15 Nov 2003
         
141Yasir Hameed127*1PakNZlRawalpindi07 Dec 2003
 2Imran Farhat1071PakNZlRawalpindi07 Dec 2003
         
151AC Gilchrist1222AusSrlBrisbane14 Feb 2006
 2SM Katich107*2AusSrlBrisbane14 Feb 2006
         
161WU Tharanga1092SrlEngLeeds01 Jul 2006
 2ST Jayasuriya1522SrlEngLeeds01 Jul 2006
         
171Salman Butt1321PakBanLahore13 Apr 2008
 2Kamran Akmal1001PakBanLahore13 Apr 2008
         
181ST Jayasuriya1301SrlBanKarachi30 Jun 2008
 2KC Sangakkara1211SrlBanKarachi30 Jun 2008
         
191JAH Marshall1611NZlIreAberdeen01 Jul 2008
 2BB McCullum1661NZlIreAberdeen01 Jul 2008
         
201GA Hamilton1191ScoCanAberdeen07 Jul 2009
 2DF Watts1011ScoCanAberdeen07 Jul 2009
         
211WU Tharanga118*2SrlBanDhaka08 Jan 2010
 2DPMD Jayawardene1082SrlBanDhaka08 Jan 2010
         
221WU Tharanga1331SrlZimPallekele10 Mar 2011
 2TM Dilshan1441SrlZimPallekele10 Mar 2011
         
231WU Tharanga102*2SrlEngCol-RPS26 Mar 2011
 2TM Dilshan108*2SrlEngCol-RPS26 Mar 2011
         
241Mohd Hafeez1051PakIndMirpur18 Mar 2012
 2Nasir Jamshed1121PakIndMirpur18 Mar 2012
         
251WU Tharanga174*1SrlIndKingston02 Jul 2013
 2DPMD Jayawardene1071SrlIndKingston02 Jul 2013
         
261AJ Finch1481AusScoEdinburgh03 Sep 2013
 2SE Marsh1511AusScoEdinburgh03 Sep 2013
         
271Q de Kock1061RSAIndDurban08 Dec 2013
 2HM Amla1001RSAIndDurban08 Dec 2013
         
281AM Rahane1111IndSrlCuttack02 Nov 2014
 2S Dhawan1131IndSrlCuttack02 Nov 2014
         
291HM Amla153*1RSAWinJohannesburg18 Jan 2015
 2RR Rossouw1281RSAWinJohannesburg18 Jan 2015
         
301MJ Guptill116*2NZlZimHarare04 Aug 2015
 2TWM Latham110*2NZlZimHarare04 Aug 2015
         
311Q de Kock1352RSAEngCenturion09 Feb 2016
 2HM Amla1272RSAEngCenturion09 Feb 2016
         
321JJ Roy112*2EngSrlBirmingham24 Jun 2016
 2AD Hales133*2EngSrlBirmingham24 Jun 2016
         
331DA Warner1791AusPakAdelaide26 Jan 2017
 2TM Head1281AusPakAdelaide26 Jan 2017
         
341Q de Kock109                   1SAFSrlCenturion10 Feb 2017
 2H M Amla154                  1SAFSrlCenturion10 Feb 2017
         
351N Dickwella                  102                  2SrlZimHambantota06 Jul 2017
 2M D Gunathilaka                  116                  2SrlZimHambantota06 Jul 2017
         
361Q de Kock                  168*                   2SAFBanKimberley15 Oct 2017
 2H M Amla110*                  2SAFBanKimberley15 Oct 2017
         
371Imam-ul-Haq                  113                  1PakZimBulawayo20 Jul 2018
 2Fakhar Zaman                  210*                  1PakZimBulawayo20 Jul 2018
         
381R G Sharma                   111*                  2IndPakDubai (DSC)23 Sep 2018
 2S Dhawan                  114                  2IndPakDubai (DSC)23 Sep 2018
         
391J D Campbell                  179                  1WinIreDublin05 May 2019
 2S D Hope                  170                  1WinIreDublin05 May 2019
         
401K L Rahul                  111                  2IndSrlLeeds06 Jul 2019
 2R G Sharma                  103                  2IndSrlLeeds06 Jul 2019
         
411R G Sharma                  159                  1IndWinVisakhapatnam18 Dec 2019
 2K L Rahul                  102                  1IndWinVisakhapatnam18 Dec 2019
         
421D A Warner                  128*                  2AusIndWankhede14 Jan 2020
 2A J Finch                  110*                  2AusIndWankhede14 Jan 2020
         
431Tamim Iqbal                  128*                  1BanZimSylhet06 Mar 2020
 2Litton Das                  176                   1BanZimSylhet06 Mar 2020
         
441J N Malan                  177*                  1SAFIreDublin-M16 Jul 2021
 2Q de Kock                  120                  1SAFIreDublin-M16 Jul 2021
         
451T M Head152                  1AusEngMelbourne22 Nov 2022
 2D A Warner                  106                  1AusEngMelbourne22 Nov 2022
         
461R G Sharma                  101                  1IndNZlIndore24 Jan 2023
 2Shubman Gill                  112                  1IndNZlIndore24 Jan 2023
India Vs New Zealand at Raipur on 21 Jan 2023

India Vs New Zealand at Raipur on 21 Jan 2023

New Zealand lost its first five wickets for 15 runs in this game to provide the 13th occasion of a team losing its first five wickets for a score of 15 and less than 15 runs in an innings in the history of one day internationals. All such occasions are tabulated below. It also provides the first such instance for New Zealand and also the first such instance against India in one day internationals.

NoFoWITeamOppGroundStart Date
15/062SrlBanMirpur16 Jan 2009
25/071CanNetKing City-NW29 Aug 2013
35/081EngAusAdelaide26 Jan 2018
45/092SrlRSAPaarl11 Jan 2012
55/092WinNZlChristchurch26 Dec 2017
65/101PNGSxoDub-DSC24 Nov 2017
75/121PakWinBrisbane09 Jan 1993
85/121CanSrlPaarl19 Feb 2003
95/132BanWinMirpur07 Dec 2012
105/142PakWinSydney17 Dec 1992
115/141PakWinCape Town25 Feb 1993
125/152PakNZlDunedin13 Jan 2018
135/151NZlIndRaipur21 Jan 2023

New Zealand lost its first five wickets for 15 runs in this game to provide the second occasion of a team losing its first five wickets for a score of 15 runs in an innings in the history of one day internationals. Both such occasions are tabulated below

NoFoWITeamOppGroundStart Date
15/152PakNZlDunedin13 Jan 2018
25/151NZlIndRaipur21 Jan 2023

New Zealand innings witnessed first five batsmen dismissed for single digit runs {zero to nine} to provide the 48th occasion of first five batsmen dismissed for single digits in an innings in the history of one day internationals. It also provides the fourth such occasion by New Zealand batsmen in one day internationals. It also provides the second such occasion against India in one day internationals.

New Zealand innings witnessed seven batsmen dismissed for single digit runs {zero to nine} to provide the 489th occasion of seven or batsman dismissed for single digits in an innings in the history of one day internationals. It also provides the 39th such occasion by New Zealand batsmen in one day internationals. It also provides the 41st such occasion against India in one day internationals.

RG Sharma scored 51 in this game to provide the 274th occasion of an Indian captain scoring a fifty in an innings in a one day international. It also provides the 27th occasion of an Indian captain scoring a fifty in an innings in a one day international against New Zealand.

It also provides RG Sharma’s ninth fifty in an innings in a one day international as captain. It also provide RG Sharma’s first fifty against New Zealand as Indian captain.

RG Sharma scored 51 in this game to provide the 71st occasion of an Indian captain opener scoring a fifty in an innings in a one day international. It also provides the eighth occasion of an Indian captain opener scoring a fifty in an innings in a one day international against New Zealand.

It also provides RG Sharma’s eighth fifty in an innings in a one day international as captain opener. It also provide RG Sharma’s first fifty against New Zealand as Indian captain opener

At the end of this game,RG Sharma’s run aggregate as captain read 1019. He became the eighth Indian captain to amass 1000 plus runs in one day internationals. Others are – MS Dhoni {6641}, V Kohli {5449}, M Azharuddin {5239}, SC Ganguly {5082}, R Dravid {2658}, SR Tendulkar {2454} and Kapil Dev {1564}

India won this game by eight wickets to provide its 537th win one day internationals. It also provides India’s 41st win against New Zealand in one day internationals.

New Zealand was dismissed all out for 108 in this game to provide the 13th occasion of New Zealand dismissed all out for a total below 110 runs in an innings in one day internationals. It also provides the third occasion of New Zealand dismissed all out for a total below 110 runs in an innings in one day internationals against India.

New Zealand was dismissed all out for 108 in this game to provide the sixth occasion of New Zealand dismissed all out for a total below 110 runs in the first innings in one day internationals. It also provides the second occasion of New Zealand dismissed all out for a total below 110 runs in the first innings in one day internationals against India.

India Vs New Zealand at Hyd-RGS on 18 Jan 2023

India Vs New Zealand at Hyd-RGS on 18 Jan 2023

India posted a team total of 349 for 8 in this game to provide the 810th occasion of a team posting a team total of 300 plus runs in one day internationals. It also provided the 127th occasion of India posting s team total of 300 plus runs in one day internationals

India posted a team total of 349 for 8 in this game to provide the 56th occasion of a team posting a team total of 300 plus runs in one day internationals against New Zealand. It also provided the eleventh occasion of India posting s team total of 300 plus runs in one day internationals against New Zealand. All the eleven occasions are tabulated below

NoTeamScoreIOppGroundStart Date
1India3062NZlRajkot05 Nov 1999
2India376/21NZlHyd-RGS08 Nov 1999
3India353/51NZlHyd-RGS15 Nov 2003
4India392/41NZlChristchurch08 Mar 2009
5India321/52NZlBengaluru07 Dec 2010
6India314/92NZlAuckland25 Jan 2014
7India337/61NZlKanpur29 Oct 2017
8India324/41NZlMt Maunganui26 Jan 2019
9India347/41NZlHamilton05 Feb 2020
10India306/71NZlAuckland25 Nov 2022
11India349/81NZlHyd-RGS18 Jan 2023

It also provides the fourth occasion of a team posting a team total of 300 plus runs at Hyd-RGS. All such occasions are tabulated below

NoTeamScoreIOppGroundStart Date
1Australia350/41IndHyd-RGS05 Nov 2009
2India3472AusHyd-RGS05 Nov 2009
3India300/71EngHyd-RGS14 Oct 2011
4India349/81NZlHyd-RGS18 Jan 2023

India’s 349 for 8 in this game represent its highest team total at Hyd-RGS. Its previous best was 347 against Australia on 05.11.2009.

Shubman Gill scored 208 in this game to provide the 32nd occasion of Indian batsman scoring a century against New Zealand in one day internationals. All such occasions are tabulated below

NoPlayerRuns4s6sIOppGroundStart Date
1SM Gavaskar103*1032NZlNagpur31 Oct 1987
2M Amarnath102*601NZlSharjah27 Mar 1988
3M Azharuddin108*1032NZlVadodara17 Dec 1988
4SR Tendulkar115932NZlVadodara28 Oct 1994
5SR Tendulkar1171322NZlBengaluru14 May 1997
6SC Ganguly105811NZlSharjah17 Apr 1998
7R Dravid123*1011NZlTaupo09 Jan 1999
8SR Tendulkar186*2031NZlHyd-LBS08 Nov 1999
9R Dravid1531521NZlHyd-LBS08 Nov 1999
10SC Ganguly153*1831NZlGwalior11 Nov 1999
11SC Ganguly117941NZlNairobi-Gym15 Oct 2000
12V Sehwag1001912NZlCol-SSC02 Aug 2001
13V Sehwag108922NZlNapier29 Dec 2002
14V Sehwag1121132NZlAuckland11 Jan 2003
15V Sehwag1301521NZlHyd-LBS15 Nov 2003
16SR Tendulkar1021211NZlHyd-LBS15 Nov 2003
17M Kaif102*1102NZlHarare02 Sep 2005
18SR Tendulkar163*1651NZlChristchurch08 Mar 2009
19V Sehwag125*1462NZlHamilton11 Mar 2009
20V Sehwag1101611NZlDambulla25 Aug 2010
21V Kohli1051001NZlGuwahati28 Nov 2010
22G Gambhir138*1802NZlJaipur01 Dec 2010
23G Gambhir126*1602NZlVadodara04 Dec 2010
24YK Pathan123*772NZlBengaluru07 Dec 2010
25V Kohli1231122NZlNapier19 Jan 2014
26V Kohli154*1612NZlMohali23 Oct 2016
27V Kohli121921NZlWankhede22 Oct 2017
28RG Sharma1471821NZlKanpur29 Oct 2017
29V Kohli113911NZlKanpur29 Oct 2017
30SS Iyer1031111NZlHamilton05 Feb 2020
31KL Rahul112921NZlMt Maunganui11 Feb 2020
32Shubman Gill2081991NZlHyd-RGS18 Jan 2023

Shubman Gill’s 208 in this game represent the highest individual score by an Indian batsman against New Zealand. The previous best was SR Tendulkar’s 186 not out at Hyd-LBS on 08 Nov 1999.

NoPlayerRuns4s6sIOppGroundStart Date
1Shubman Gill2081991NZlHyd-RGS18 Jan 2023
2SR Tendulkar186*2031NZlHyd-LBS08 Nov 1999

Shubman Gill scored 19 boundary fours in his knock of 208 in this game. He became the third batsman to score 19 or more boundary fours against New Zealand. SR Tendulkar {20} and V Sehwag {19} are the other batsmen

NoPlayerRuns4s6sIOppGroundStart Date
1SR Tendulkar186*2031NZlHyd-LBS08 Nov 1999
2V Sehwag1001912NZlCol-SSC02 Aug 2001
3Shubman Gill2081991NZlHyd-RGS18 Jan 2023

Shubman Gill scored nine boundary sixes in his knock of 209. He owns the record for scoring most boundary sixes by an Indian batsman against New Zealand in one day internationals. The previous record was seven boundary sixes and was credited to YK Pathan. YK Pathan had scored seven boundary sixes in his knock of 123 not out at Bengaluru on 07 Dec 2010

NoPlayerRuns4s6sIOppGroundStart Date
1Shubman Gill2081991NZlHyd-RGS18 Jan 2023
2YK Pathan123*772NZlBengaluru07 Dec 2010

Shubman Gill scored nine boundary sixes in his knock of 208 in this game to provide the sixth occasion of an Indian batsman scoring nine or more boundary sixes in an innings. All such occasions are tabulated below

NoPlayerRuns6sIOppGroundStart Date
1RG Sharma209161AusBengaluru02 Nov 2013
2RG Sharma208*121SrlMohali13 Dec 2017
3MS Dhoni183*102SrlJaipur31 Oct 2005
4Ishan Kishan210101BanChattogram10 Dec 2022
5RG Sharma264091SrlEden Gardens13 Nov 2014
6Shubman Gill208091NZlHyd-RGS18 Jan 2023

Shubman Gill’s 208 provide the tenth occasion of a batsman scoring 200 plus runs in a one day internationals. All such occasions are tabulated below

NoPlayerRunsITeamOppGroundStart Date
1SR Tendulkar200*1IndRSAGwalior24 Feb 2010
2V Sehwag2191IndWinIndore08 Dec 2011
3RG Sharma2091IndAusBengaluru02 Nov 2013
4RG Sharma2641IndSrlEden Gardens13 Nov 2014
5CH Gayle2151WinZimCanberra24 Feb 2015
6MJ Guptill237*1NZlWinWellington21 Mar 2015
7RG Sharma208*1IndSrlMohali13 Dec 2017
8Fakhar Zaman210*1PakZimBulawayo20 Jul 2018
9Ishan Kishan2101IndBanChattogram10 Dec 2022
10Shubman Gill2081IndNZlHyd-RGS18 Jan 2023

Shubman Gill’s 208 provide the seventh occasion of an Indian batsman scoring 200 plus runs in a one day internationals. All such occasions are tabulated below

NoPlayerRunsITeamOppGroundStart Date
1SR Tendulkar200*1IndRSAGwalior24 Feb 2010
2V Sehwag2191IndWinIndore08 Dec 2011
3RG Sharma2091IndAusBengaluru02 Nov 2013
4RG Sharma2641IndSrlEden Gardens13 Nov 2014
5RG Sharma208*1IndSrlMohali13 Dec 2017
6Ishan Kishan2101IndBanChattogram10 Dec 2022
7Shubman Gill2081IndNZlHyd-RGS18 Jan 2023

One day internationals has witnessed 48 occasions of batsmen scoring nine or more boundary sixes in an innings. All such occasions are tabulated below

NoPlayerRuns6sITeamOppGroundStart Date
1EJG Morgan148171EngAfgManchester18 Jun 2019
2RG Sharma209161IndAusBengaluru02 Nov 2013
3AB de Villiers149161RSAWinJohannesburg18 Jan 2015
4CH Gayle215161WinZimCanberra24 Feb 2015
5JS Malhotra173*161USAPNGAl Amerat09 Sep 2021
6SR Watson185*152AusBanMirpur11 Apr 2011
7CJ Anderson131*141NZlWinQueenstown1 Jan 2014
8CH Gayle162142WinEngSt George’s27 Feb 2019
9JC Buttler162*141EngNetAmstelveen17 Jun 2022
10NLTC Perera140132SrlNZlMt Maunganui05 Jan 2019
11XM Marshall157*121WinCanKing City (NW)22 Aug 2008
12RG Sharma208*121IndSrlMohali13 Dec 2017
13CH Gayle135121WinEngBridgetown20 Feb 2019
14JC Buttler150121EngWinSt George’s27 Feb 2019
15ST Jayasuriya134111SrlPakSingapore02 Apr 1996
16Shahid Afridi102111PakSrlNairobi (Gym)04 Oct 1996
17D Ramdin169111WinBanBasseterre25 Aug 2014
18MJ Guptill237*111NZlWinWellington21 Mar 2015
19AB de Villiers119111RSAIndWankhede25 Oct 2015
20Q de Kock178112RSAAusCenturion30 Sep 2016
21MP Stoinis146*112AusNZlAuckland30 Jan 2017
22MJ Guptill180*112NZlRSAHamilton01 Mar 2017
23CH Gayle123111WinUAEHarare06 Mar 2018
24MS Dhoni183*102IndSrlJaipur31 Oct 2005
25MV Boucher147*101RSAZimPotchefstroom20 Sep 2006
26ML Hayden181*101AusNZlHamilton20 Feb 2007
27BB McCullum166101NZlIreAberdeen01 Jul 2008
28Abdul Razzaq109*102PakRSAAbu Dhabi31 Oct 2010
29KA Pollard119102WinIndChennai11 Dec 2011
30AD Mathews139*101SrlIndRanchi16 Nov 2014
31BA Stokes99102EngIndPune26 Mar 2021
32Fakhar Zaman193102PakRSAJohannesburg04 Apr 2021
33Ishan Kishan210101IndBanChattogram10 Dec 2022
34Ijaz Ahmed139*092PakIndLahore02 Oct 1997
35Shahid Afridi102092PakIndKanpur15 Apr 2005
36L Vincent172091NZlZimBulawayo24 Aug 2005
37RT Ponting164091AusRSAJohannesburg12 Mar 2006
38CH Gayle125091WinNZlKingston07 Jul 2012
39RG Sharma264091IndSrlEden Gardens13 Nov 2014
40L Ronchi170*091NZlSrlDunedin23 Jan 2015
41DA Miller138*091RSAZimHamilton15 Feb 2015
42S Prasanna95091SrlIreDublin-M18 Jun 2016
43Sharjeel Khan152091PakIreDublin-M18 Aug 2016
44CH Gayle77092WinEngGros Islet02 Mar 2019
45JC Buttler110*091EngPakSouthampton11 May 2019
46R Gurbaz127091AfgIreAbu Dhabi21 Jan 2021
47N Pooran91091WinNZlBridgetown21 Aug 2022
48Shubman Gill208091IndNZlHyd-RGS18 Jan 2023

One day internationals has witnessed six occasions of Indian batsmen scoring nine or more boundary sixes in an innings. All such occasions are tabulated below

NoPlayerRuns6sITeamOppGroundStart Date
1RG Sharma209161IndAusBengaluru02 Nov 2013
2RG Sharma208*121IndSrlMohali13 Dec 2017
3MS Dhoni183*102IndSrlJaipur31 Oct 2005
4Ishan Kishan210101IndBanChattogram10 Dec 2022
5RG Sharma264091IndSrlEden Gardens13 Nov 2014
6Shubman Gill208091IndNZlHyd-RGS18 Jan 2023

One day internationals has witnessed six occasions of batsmen scoring nine or more boundary sixes in an innings against New Zealand. All such occasions are tabulated below

NoPlayerRuns6sITeamOppGroundStart Date
1NLTC Perera140132SrlNZlMt Maunganui05 Jan 2019
2MP Stoinis146*112AusNZlAuckland30 Jan 2017
3ML Hayden181*101AusNZlHamilton20 Feb 2007
4CH Gayle125091WinNZlKingston07 Jul 2012
5N Pooran91091WinNZlBridgetown21 Aug 2022
6Shubman Gill208091IndNZlHyd-RGS18 Jan 2023

TW Latham led New Zealand in this game. He was leading New Zealand for the first time against India in India in the dual role of a captain-cum-wicket keeper. He became the seventh captain wicket keeper to lead a team against India in India. He is the second captain wicket keeper to lead New Zealand against India in India after LK Germon

MG Bracewell-MJ Santner posted 162 runs partnership for the seventh wicket in this game to provide the 233rd occasion of New Zealand batsmen posting a three figure partnership in one day internationals. It also provides the 34th occasion of New Zealand batsman posting a three figure partnership against India in one day internationals.

MG Bracewell-MJ Santner posted 162 runs partnership for the seventh wicket in this game to provide the fifth occasion of New Zealand batsmen posting a three figure partnership for the seventh wicket in one day internationals. It also provides the first occasion of New Zealand batsman posting a three figure partnership for the seventh wicket against India in one day internationals.

MG Bracewell-MJ Santner posted 162 runs partnership for the seventh wicket in this game to provide the 55th occasion of batsmen posting a three figure partnership for the seventh wicket in one day internationals. It also provides the third occasion of batsman posting 150 plus partnership for the seventh wicket in one day internationals. All such occasions are tabulated below

NoPartnersWktRunsITeamOppGroundStart Date
1JC Buttler, AU Rashid71771EngNZlBirmingham09 Jun 2015
2Afif Hossain, MH Miraz7174*2BanAfgChattogram23 Feb 2022
3MG Bracewell, MJ Santner71622NZlIndHyderabad18 Jan 2023

MG Bracewell-MJ Santner posted 162 runs partnership for the seventh wicket in this game to provide the record partnership for the seventh wicket in one day internationals against India by any team. The previous best was 148 runs partnership for the seventh wicket between Mahamudullah and MH Miraz of Bangladesh at Mirpur on 07 Dec 2022. o

NoPartnersWktRunsITeamOppGroundStart Date
1MG Bracewell, MJ Santner71622NZlIndHyderabad18 Jan 2023
2Mahmudullah, MH Miraz71481BanIndMirpur07 Dec 2022

New Zealand posted a team total of 337 in this game to provide the 811th occasion of New Zealand posting  a team total of 300 plus runs in one day internationals. It also provides the 69th occasion of New Zealand posting a team total of 300 plus runs on one day internationals

New Zealand posted a team total of 337 in this game to provide the 105th  occasion of New Zealand posting  a team total of 300 plus runs in one day internationals against India. It also provides the twelfth occasion of New Zealand posting a team total of 300 plus runs on one day internationals against India.

India posted 349 for 8 and New Zealand posted 337 in this game to provide the 163rd  occasion of both teams posting a team total of 300 plus runs in a match. It also provides the eighth such occasion in India-New Zealand one day series

New Zealand lost this game by 12 runs despite posting 337 runs to provide the 169th occasion of a team losing a game despite posting 300 plus runs in one day internationals. It also provides the eleventh  occasion of New Zealand losing a match despite posting 300 plus runs in one day internationals.

New Zealand lost this game by 12 runs despite posting 337 runs to provide the 35th occasion of a team losing a game despite posting 300 plus runs in one day internationals against India. It also provides the fourth  occasion of New Zealand losing a match despite posting 300 plus runs in one day internationals against India

New Zealand was dismissed all out for 337 in this game to provide the 52nd occasion of a team dismissed all out after posting 300 plus runs in an innings. It also provides the fourth occasion of New Zealand dismissed all out after posting 300 plus runs in an innings.

New Zealand was dismissed all out for 337 in this game to provide the tenth occasion of a team dismissed all out after posting 300 plus runs in an innings against India. It also provides the third occasion of New Zealand dismissed all out after posting 300 plus runs in an innings against India

New Zealand was dismissed all out for 337 in this game to provide the 37th occasion of a team dismissed all out after posting 300 plus runs in an innings when it lost the match. It also provides the third occasion of New Zealand dismissed all out after posting 300 plus runs in an innings when it lost the match

New Zealand was dismissed all out for 337 in this game to provide the eighth occasion of a team dismissed all out after posting 300 plus runs in an innings  when it lost the match against India. It also provides the second occasion of New Zealand dismissed all out after posting 300 plus runs in an innings when it lost the match against India

New Zealand was dismissed all out for 337 in this game to provide the 31st occasion of a team dismissed all out after posting 300 plus runs in the second innings of a match. It also provides the third occasion of New Zealand dismissed all out after posting 300 plus runs in the second innings of a match.

New Zealand was dismissed all out for 337 in this game to provide the eighth occasion of a team dismissed all out after posting 300 plus runs in the second innings of a match against India. It also provides the second occasion of New Zealand dismissed all out after posting 300 plus runs in the second innings of a match against India

MG Bracewell of New Zealand scored 140 in this game to provide the 146th occasion of New Zealand batsman scoring a century in an innings in one day internationals. It also provides the 21st occasion of New Zealand batsman scoring a century in an innings in one day internationals against India. All such occasions are tabulated below.

NoPlayerRunsIOppGroundStart Date
1GM Turner114*2IndManchester14 Jun 1975
2MD Crowe1041IndDunedin01 Mar 1990
3KR Rutherford1081IndVadodara28 Oct 1994
4MD Crowe107*2IndJamshedpur15 Nov 1995
5CL Cairns1031IndPune24 Nov 1995
6NJ Astle1141IndNagpur26 Nov 1995
7CL Cairns1151IndChristchurch19 Jan 1999
8NJ Astle1201IndRajkot05 Nov 1999
9CL Cairns102*2IndNairobi-G15 Oct 2000
10NJ Astle1171IndCol-RPS20 Jul 2001
11NJ Astle1081IndCol-SSC02 Aug 2001
12NJ Astle115*2IndHarare06 Sep 2005
13JD Ryder1052IndChristchurch08 Mar 2009
14MJ Guptill1111IndAuckland25 Jan 2014
15LRPL Taylor112*2IndHamilton28 Jan 2014
16LRPL Taylor1021IndWellington31 Jan 2014
17KS Williamson1181IndDelhi20 Oct 2016
18TWM Latham103*2IndWankhede22 Oct 2017
19LRPL Taylor109*2IndHamilton05 Feb 2020
20TWM Latham145*2IndAuckland25 Nov 2022
21MG Bracewell1402IndHyderabad18 Jan 2023

It also provides the eighth occasion of New Zealand batsman scoring a century in an innings in one day internationals against India in India All such occasions are tabulated below.

NoPlayerRunsIOppGroundStart Date
1KR Rutherford1081IndVadodara28 Oct 1994
2MD Crowe107*2IndJamshedpur15 Nov 1995
3CL Cairns1031IndPune24 Nov 1995
4NJ Astle1141IndNagpur26 Nov 1995
5NJ Astle1201IndRajkot05 Nov 1999
6KS Williamson1181IndDelhi20 Oct 2016
7TWM Latham103*2IndWankhede22 Oct 2017
8MG Bracewell1402IndHyderabad18 Jan 2023

MG Bracewell’s 140 in this game represent the highest individual innings by a New Zealand batsman against India in India in one day internationals. The previous best was 120 by NJ Astle at Rajkot on 05 Nov 1999.

NoPlayerRunsIOppGroundStart Date
1MG Bracewell1402IndHyderabad18 Jan 2023
2NJ Astle1201IndRajkot05 Nov 1999

MJ Bracewell’s 140 was in a losing cause to provide the 505th occasion of a batsman’s century in a losing cause in one day internationals. It also provides the 34th occasion of a New Zealand batsman’s century in a losing cause in one day internationals.

MJ Bracewell’s 140 was in a losing cause to provide the 84th occasion of a batsman’s century in a losing cause in one day internationals against India. It also provides the fifth occasion of a New Zealand batsman’s century in a losing cause in one day internationals against India.

MJ Bracewall-MJ Santner’s 162 runs partnership was in a losing cause to provide the 108th occasion of 150 plus runs partnerships going in vain in one day internationals. It also provides the eighth occasion of 150 plus runs partnerships posted by New Zealand batsmen going in vain in one day internationals.

MJ Bracewall-MJ Santner’s 162 runs partnership was in a losing cause to provide the 19th occasion of 150 plus runs partnerships going in vain in one day internationals against India. All such occasions are tabulated below

NoPartnersWktRunsITeamOppGroundStart Date
1RL Dias, S Wettimuny21701SrlIndDelhi15 Sep 1982
2Javed Miandad, Zaheer Abbas31581PakIndLahore31 Dec 1982
3DC Boon, GR Marsh12121AusIndJaipur07 Sep 1986
4AC Parore, KR Rutherford31801NZlIndVadodara28 Oct 1994
5Ijaz Ahmed, Saeed Anwar32301PakIndDhaka18 Jan 1998
6HH Gibbs, G Kirsten12351RSAIndKochi09 Mar 2000
7N Hussain, ME Trescothick21851EngIndLord’s13 Jul 2002
8HH Gibbs, JH Kallis2178*2RSAIndCol-RPS25 Sep 2002
9SV Carlisle, SM Ervine42022ZimIndAdelaide24 Jan 2004
10M Jayawardene, KC Sangakkara31511SrlIndJaipur31 Oct 2005
11M Jayawardene, KC Sangakkara31531SrlIndAdelaide19 Feb 2008
12BB McCullum, JD Ryder11662NZlIndChristchurch08 Mar 2009
13TM Dilshan, WU Tharanga11882SrlIndRajkot15 Dec 2009
14TM Dilshan, KC Sangakkara22001SrlIndHobart28 Feb 2012
15Mohammad Hafeez, Nasir Jamshed12241PakIndMirpur18 Mar 2012
16GJ Bailey, SR Watson31681AusIndNagpur30 Oct 2013
17AJ Finch, SPD Smith21541AusIndIndore24 Sep 2017
18Anshuman Rath, Nizakat Khan11742HKGIndDub-DSC18 Sep 2018
19MG Bracewell, MJ Santner71622NZlIndHyderabad18 Jan 2023

It also provides the third occasion of 150 plus runs partnerships posted by New Zealand batsmen going in vain in one day internationals against India. All such occasions are tabulated below

NoPartnersWktRunsITeamOppGroundStart Date
1AC Parore, KR Rutherford31801NZlIndVadodara28 Oct 1994
2BB McCullum, JD Ryder11662NZlIndChristchurch08 Mar 2009
3MG Bracewell, MJ Santner71622NZlIndHyderabad18 Jan 2023

India won this game by 12 runs to provide its 536th win in one day internationals. It also provide its 211th win on home soil. India won this game by 12 runs to provide its 56th win in one day internationals against New Zealand. It also provide its 27th win on home soil against New Zealand

Shubman Gill reached his 1000 one day international runs in 19 innings to become the third batsman to reach 1000 onw day international runs in 19 and less than 19 innings. He became the first Indian batsman to reach 1000 one day international runs in less then 24 innings. He rewrote the Indian record in this category of statistics by going past V Kohli who had achieved the feat in 24 innings.

NoPlayerTeamOppGroundMatch DateDebutTimeMatInns
1Fakhar ZamanPakZimBulawayo22 Jul 201807 Jun 20171y 045d1818
2Imam-ul-HaqPakRSACenturion25 Jan 201918 Oct 20171y 099d1919
3Shubman GillIndNZlHyderabad18 Jan 202331 Jan 20193y 352d1919
4V KohliIndSrlHarare05 Jun 201018 Aug 20081y 291d2724

The following table lists the ten Indian batsmen who have scored 1000 one day international runs in less than 35 innings

NoPlayerTeamOppGroundMatch DateDebutTimeMatInns
1Shubman GillIndNZlHyderabad18 Jan 202331 Jan 20193y 352d1919
3V KohliIndSrlHarare05 Jun 201018 Aug 20081y 291d2724
3S DhawanIndAusNagpur30 Oct 201320 Oct 20103y 010d2424
4NS SidhuIndSrlAhmedabad22 Oct 198909 Oct 19872y 013d2725
5SS IyerIndWinPort of Spain22 Jul 202210 Dec 20174y 224d2825
6MS DhoniIndPakLahore13 Feb 200623 Dec 20041y 052d3329
7AT RayuduIndZimHarare11 Jun 201624 Jul 20132y 323d3229
8VG KambliIndUAESharjah13 Apr 199418 Oct 19912y 177d3633
9R DravidIndPakChennai21 May 1997O3 Apr 19961y 048d3533
10K SrikkanthIndPakMelbourne10 Mar 198525 Nov 19813y 105d3434
Two or more batsmen’s individual scores greater than the opponent team’s total in the history of one day internationals

Two or more batsmen’s individual scores greater than the opponent team’s total in the history of one day internationals

Sri Lanka was dismissed all out for 73 against India at Thiruvananthapuram on 15 Jan 2023. Indian batsmen Shubman Gill and V Kohli scored 116 and 166 not out respectively to provide ninth occasion of two or more batsmen’s individual scores greater than the opponent team’s total in the history of one day internationals. All such occasions are tabulated below

NoNoPlayerScoreTeamOppTotGround/VenueDate
11J A H Marshall161NZlIre112Mannofield Park01.07.08
 2B B McCullum166NZlIre112Mannofield Park01.07.08
         
21WTS Porterfield92IreUAE91Old Hararians12.03.18
 2P R Stirling126IreUAE91Old Hararians12.03.18
         
31S B Styris89NZlInd88Dambulla10.08.10
 2L R P L Taylor95NZlInd88Dambulla10.08.10
         
41M E K Hussey85AusBan74Marrara30.08.08
 2S E Marsh76AusBan74Marrara30.08.08
         
51V Kohli166*IndSrl73Trivandrum15.01.23
 2Shubman Gill116IndSrl73Trivandrum15.01.23
         
61R B Richardson109WinSrl55Sharjah03.12.86
 2C G Greenidge67WinSrl55Sharjah03.12.86
         
71J H Kallis109*RSAWin54Newlands25.01.04
 2J A Rudolph61*RSAWin54Newlands25.01.04
         
81A Symonds59AusNam45Senwes Park27.02.03
 2M L Hayden88AusNam45Senwes Park27.02.03
 3D S Lehmann50*AusNam45Senwes Park27.02.03
         
91J H Kallis72RSASrl43Boland Park11.01.12
 2H M Amla112RSASrl43Boland Park11.01.12
 3A B de Villiers52RSASrl43Boland Park11.01.12
Teams winning three matches one day series by three-nil margin

Teams winning three matches one day series by three-nil margin

India won the just concluded three matches one day series by three-nil margin to provide the 119th occasion of a team winning three matches one day series by three-nil margin in the history of one day internationals. All such occasions are tabulated below

NoTeamMatOppositionSeries
1West Indies3v EnglandPrudential Trophy (West Indies in England), 1976
2West Indies3v PakistanWest Indies in Pakistan ODI Series, 1980/81
3India3v Sri LankaSri Lanka in India ODI Series, 1982/83
4New Zealand3v EnglandEngland in New Zealand ODI Series, 1982/83
5New Zealand3v Sri LankaSri Lanka in New Zealand ODI Series, 1982/83
6West Indies3v New ZealandWest Indies in New Zealand ODI Series, 1986/87
7England3v PakistanEngland in Pakistan ODI Series, 1987/88
8England3v West IndiesTexaco Trophy (West Indies in England), 1988
9Pakistan3v New ZealandNew Zealand in Pakistan ODI Series, 1990/91
10Pakistan3v West IndiesWest Indies in Pakistan ODI Series, 1990/91
11New Zealand3v Sri LankaSri Lanka in New Zealand ODI Series, 1990/91
12England3v West IndiesTexaco Trophy (West Indies in England), 1991
13England3v New ZealandEngland in New Zealand ODI Series, 1991/92
14West Indies3v South AfricaSouth Africa in West Indies ODI Series, 1991/92
15India3v ZimbabweZimbabwe in India ODI Series, 1992/93
16Australia3v EnglandTexaco Trophy (Australia in England), 1993
17Pakistan3v ZimbabweZimbabwe in Pakistan ODI Series, 1993/94
18West Indies3v New ZealandWest Indies in New Zealand ODI Series, 1994/95
19Pakistan3v ZimbabweZimbabwe in Pakistan ODI Series, 1996/97
20Zimbabwe3v EnglandEngland in Zimbabwe ODI Series, 1996/97
21England3v AustraliaTexaco Trophy (Australia in England), 1997
22Sri Lanka3v ZimbabweZimbabwe in Sri Lanka ODI Series, 1997/98
23Australia3v PakistanAustralia in Pakistan ODI Series, 1998/99
24Pakistan3v West IndiesDMC Trophy (Pakistan, West Indies in Canada), 1999
25Australia3v ZimbabweAustralia in Zimbabwe ODI Series, 1999/00
26Sri Lanka3v PakistanSri Lanka in Pakistan ODI Series, 1999/00
27England3v ZimbabweEngland in Zimbabwe ODI Series, 1999/00
28Sri Lanka3v EnglandEngland in Sri Lanka ODI Series, 2000/01
29Zimbabwe3v BangladeshBangladesh in Zimbabwe ODI Series, 2000/01
30West Indies3v KenyaWest Indies in Kenya ODI Series, 2001
31South Africa3v ZimbabweSouth Africa in Zimbabwe ODI Series, 2001/02
32Zimbabwe3v BangladeshZimbabwe in Bangladesh ODI Series, 2001/02
33Pakistan3v BangladeshPakistan in Bangladesh ODI Series, 2001/02
34Pakistan3v New ZealandNew Zealand in Pakistan ODI Series, 2002
35Sri Lanka3v BangladeshBangladesh in Sri Lanka ODI Series, 2002
36South Africa3v BangladeshBangladesh in South Africa ODI Series, 2002/03
37Australia3v BangladeshBangladesh in Australia ODI Series, 2003
38England3v BangladeshEngland in Bangladesh ODI Series, 2003/04
39West Indies3v BangladeshBangladesh in West Indies ODI Series, 2004
40Australia3v ZimbabweAustralia in Zimbabwe ODI Series, 2004
41New Zealand3v BangladeshNew Zealand in Bangladesh ODI Series, 2004/05
42South Africa3v ZimbabweZimbabwe in South Africa ODI Series, 2004/05
43Pakistan3v West IndiesPakistan in West Indies ODI Series, 2005
44Sri Lanka3v BangladeshBangladesh in Sri Lanka ODI Series, 2005
45Australia3v ICC World XIICC Super Series ODIs (ICC World XI in Australia), 2005/06
46Australia3v BangladeshAustralia in Bangladesh ODI Series, 2005/06
47Bangladesh3v KenyaBangladesh in Kenya ODI Series, 2006
48South Africa3v ZimbabweZimbabwe in South Africa ODI Series, 2006/07
49Kenya3v BermudaBermuda in Kenya ODI Series, 2006/07
50New Zealand3v AustraliaChappell-Hadlee Trophy (Australia in New Zealand), 2006/07
51Sri Lanka3v BangladeshBangladesh in Sri Lanka ODI Series, 2007
52South Africa3v ZimbabweSouth Africa in Zimbabwe ODI Series, 2007
53Kenya3v BermudaBermuda in Kenya ODI Series, 2007/08
54New Zealand3v BangladeshBangladesh in New Zealand ODI Series, 2007/08
55South Africa3v BangladeshSouth Africa in Bangladesh ODI Series, 2007/08
56Bangladesh3v IrelandIreland in Bangladesh ODI Series, 2007/08
57Australia3v BangladeshBangladesh in Australia ODI Series, 2008
58Pakistan3v West IndiesPakistan v West Indies ODI Series (in  UAE), 2008/09
59Ireland3v KenyaKenya in Ireland ODI Series, 2009
60Bangladesh3v West IndiesBangladesh in West Indies ODI Series, 2009
61New Zealand3v BangladeshBangladesh in New Zealand ODI Series, 2009/10
62England3v BangladeshEngland in Bangladesh ODI Series, 2009/10
63South Africa3v ZimbabweZimbabwe in South Africa ODI Series, 2010/11
64Australia3v BangladeshAustralia in Bangladesh ODI Series, 2011
65Pakistan3v ZimbabwePakistan in Zimbabwe ODI Series, 2011
66Pakistan3v BangladeshPakistan in Bangladesh ODI Series, 2011/12
67New Zealand3v ZimbabweZimbabwe in New Zealand ODI Series, 2011/12
68South Africa3v New ZealandSouth Africa in New Zealand ODI Series, 2011/12
69West Indies3v ZimbabweZimbabwe in West Indies ODI Series, 2012/13
70Bangladesh3v New ZealandNew Zealand in Bangladesh ODI Series, 2013/14
71Sri Lanka3v BangladeshSri Lanka in Bangladesh ODI Series, 2013/14
72South Africa3v ZimbabweSouth Africa in Zimbabwe ODI Series, 2014
73West Indies3v BangladeshBangladesh in West Indies ODI Series, 2014
74Australia3v PakistanPakistan v Australia ODI Series (in UAE), 2014/15
75Bangladesh3v PakistanPakistan in Bangladesh ODI Series, 2015
76India3v ZimbabweIndia in Zimbabwe ODI Series, 2015
77Sri Lanka3v West IndiesWest Indies in Sri Lanka ODI Series, 2015/16
78Bangladesh3v ZimbabweZimbabwe in Bangladesh ODI Series, 2015/16
79India3v ZimbabweIndia in Zimbabwe ODI Series, 2016
80Pakistan3v West IndiesPakistan v West Indies ODI Series (in UAE), 2016/17
81Australia3v New ZealandChappell-Hadlee Trophy [New Zealand in Australia], 2016/17
82New Zealand3v BangladeshBangladesh in New Zealand ODI Series, 2016/17
83England3v West IndiesEngland in West Indies ODI Series, 2016/17
84South Africa3v BangladeshBangladesh in South Africa ODI Series, 2017/18
85New Zealand3v West IndiesWest Indies in New Zealand ODI Series, 2017/18
86South Africa3v ZimbabweZimbabwe in South Africa ODI Series, 2018/19
87Bangladesh3v ZimbabweZimbabwe in Bangladesh ODI Series, 2018/19
88New Zealand3v Sri LankaSri Lanka in New Zealand ODI Series, 2018/19
89New Zealand3v BangladeshBangladesh in New Zealand ODI Series, 2018/19
90Ireland3v ZimbabweZimbabwe in Ireland ODI Series, 2019
91Sri Lanka3v BangladeshBangladesh in Sri Lanka ODI Series, 2019
92West Indies3v AfghanistanAfghanistan v West Indies ODI Series (in India), 2019/20
93West Indies3v IrelandIreland in West Indies ODI Series, 2019/20
94New Zealand3v IndiaIndia in New Zealand ODI Series, 2019/20
95Sri Lanka3v West IndiesWest Indies in Sri Lanka ODI Series, 2019/20
96South Africa3v AustraliaAustralia in South Africa ODI Series, 2019/20
97Bangladesh3v ZimbabweZimbabwe in Bangladesh ODI Series, 2019/20
98Bangladesh3v West IndiesWest Indies in Bangladesh ODI Series, 2020/21
99Afghanistan3v IrelandAfghanistan v Ireland ODI Series (in UAE), 2020/21
100West Indies3v Sri LankaSri Lanka in West Indies ODI Series, 2020/21
101New Zealand3v BangladeshBangladesh in New Zealand ODI Series, 2020/21
102England3v PakistanPakistan in England ODI Series, 2021
103Bangladesh3v ZimbabweBangladesh in Zimbabwe ODI Series, 2021
104South Africa3v IndiaIndia in South Africa ODI Series, 2021/22
105Afghanistan3v NetherlandsAfghanistan v Netherlands ODI Series (in Qatar), 2021/22
106India3v West IndiesWest Indies in India ODI Series, 2021/22
107New Zealand3v NetherlandsNetherlands in New Zealand ODI Series, 2021/22
108West Indies3v NetherlandsWest Indies in Netherlands ODI Series, 2022
109Afghanistan3v ZimbabweAfghanistan in Zimbabwe ODI Series, 2022
110Pakistan3v West IndiesWest Indies in Pakistan ODI Series, 2022
111England3v NetherlandsEngland in Netherlands ODI Series, 2022
112Bangladesh3v West IndiesBangladesh in West Indies ODI Series, 2022
113New Zealand3v IrelandNew Zealand in Ireland ODI Series, 2022
114India3v West IndiesIndia in West Indies ODI Series, 2022
115Pakistan3v NetherlandsPakistan in Netherlands ODI Series, 2022
116India3v ZimbabweIndia in Zimbabwe ODI Series, 2022
117Australia3v New ZealandChappell-Hadlee Trophy [New Zealand in Australia], 2022
118Australia3v EnglandEngland in Australia ODI Series, 2022/23
119India3v Sri LankaSri Lanka in India ODI Series, 2022/23

It also provides the eighth occasion of India winning three matches one day series by three-nil margin. All such occasions are tabulated below

NoTeamMatOppositionSeries
1India3v Sri LankaSri Lanka in India ODI Series, 1982/83
2India3v ZimbabweZimbabwe in India ODI Series, 1992/93
3India3v ZimbabweIndia in Zimbabwe ODI Series, 2015
4India3v ZimbabweIndia in Zimbabwe ODI Series, 2016
5India3v West IndiesWest Indies in India ODI Series, 2021/22
6India3v West IndiesIndia in West Indies ODI Series, 2022
7India3v ZimbabweIndia in Zimbabwe ODI Series, 2022
8India3v Sri LankaSri Lanka in India ODI Series, 2022/23

It also provides the second occasion of India winning three matches one day series against Sri Lanka by three-nil margin. Both such occasions are tabulated below

NoTeamMatOppositionSeries
1India3v Sri LankaSri Lanka in India ODI Series, 1982/83
2India3v Sri LankaSri Lanka in India ODI Series, 2022/23

It also provides the sixth occasion of a team winning three matches one day series against Sri Lanka by three-nil margin. All such occasions are tabulated below

NoTeamMatOppositionSeries
1India3v Sri LankaSri Lanka in India ODI Series, 1982/83
2New Zealand3v Sri LankaSri Lanka in New Zealand ODI Series, 1982/83
3New Zealand3v Sri LankaSri Lanka in New Zealand ODI Series, 1990/91
4New Zealand3v Sri LankaSri Lanka in New Zealand ODI Series, 2018/19
5West Indies3v Sri LankaSri Lanka in West Indies ODI Series, 2020/21
6India3v Sri LankaSri Lanka in India ODI Series, 2022/23
Batsman’s individual score greater than the opponent’s team total in one day internationals

Batsman’s individual score greater than the opponent’s team total in one day internationals

Sri Lanka was dismissed all out for 73 against India at Thiruvananthapuram on 15 Jan 2023. Indian batsmen Shubman Gill  and V Kohli scored 116 and 166 not out respectively to provide the 73rd and 74th occasion of a batsman’s individual score greater than the opponent team’s total in the history of one day international. All such occasions are tabulated below

NoPlayerScoreTeamOppTotGround/VenueDate
1R G Sharma264IndSrl251Eden Gardens13.11.14
2Ishan Kishan210IndBan182ZA Chowdhury Stadium10.12.22
3C S MacLeod175ScoCan171Hagley Oval23.01.14
4I V A Richards181WinSrl169Karachi13.10.87
5I V A Richards189*WinEng168Old Trafford31.05.84
6Fakhar Zaman210*PakZim155Queens20.07.18
7R G Sharma*162IndWin153Mum-BS29.10.18
8G Kirsten188*RSAUAE152Rawalpindi16.02.96
9A B de Villiers162*RSAWin151Sydney27.02.15
10D A Warner156AusNZl147Melbourne09.12.16
11T M Head152AusEng142Melbourne22.11.22
12D A Warner178AusAfg142WACA Ground04.03.15
13K C Sangakkara169SrlRSA140Col-RPS20.07.13
14N J Astle145*NZlUSA137Kennington Oval10.09.04
15J S Malhotra173*USAPNG137Al Amerat09.09.21
16H H Gibbs153RSABan133Senwes Park03.10.02
17D L Amiss137EngInd132Lord’s07.06.75
18S R Tendulkar152IndNam130City Oval23.02.03
19A N Cook137EngPak130Sheikh Zayed Stadium13.02.12
20D L Haynes145*WinNZl129Albion Sports Complex14.04.85
21G M Turner171*NZlEAf128Edgbaston07.06.75
22J-P Duminy129RSAZim127Willowmoore Park22.10.10
23Mushfiqur Rahim144BanSrl124Dubai International15.09.18
24C J Anderson131*NZlWin124Queenstown01.01.14
25G W Flower140ZimKen123Dhaka27.03.99
26Mohammad Yousuf125PakNZl122Karachi21.04.02
27A B de Villiers134RSANet120Mohali03.03.11
28M van Lingen119*NamPNG117Amini Park20.09.22
29M G Erasmus121*NamOman116ICC Global Cricket Academy06.03.22
30J A H Marshall161NZlIre112Mannofield Park01.07.08
31B B McCullum166NZlIre112Mannofield Park01.07.08
32Ijaz Ahmed124*PakBan111MA Aziz Stadium29.10.88
33G R Marsh125*AusPak108Melbourne10.01.89
34M L Hayden146AusPak108Gymkhana Club Ground30.08.02
35Imam-ul-Haq128PakZim107Queens13.07.18
36P A de Silva107*SrlZim105Harare06.11.94
37C B Wishart172*ZimNam104Harare10.02.03
38C H Gayle119WinKen104Diamond Oval04.03.03
39Imran Nazir160PakZim99Sabina Park21.03.07
40A Flintoff104EngSrl95The Rose Bowl17.09.04
41D M Jones107AusNZl94AMI Stadium04.03.90
42D M Jones99*AusSrl91Adelaide Oval28.01.85
43C G Greenidge100WinAus91WACA Ground04.01.87
44A R Border118*AusSrl91Adelaide Oval28.01.85
45J H Kallis119*RSAInd91Kingsmead22.11.06
46WTS Porterfield92IreUAE91Old Hararians12.03.18
47P R Stirling126IreUAE91Old Hararians12.03.18
48S B Styris89NZlInd88Dambulla10.08.10
49L R P L Taylor95NZlInd88Dambulla10.08.10
50M S Atapattu101SrlNet86Col-RPS16.09.02
51Sharjeel Khan152PakIre82The Village18.08.16
52R K Paudel86NepPNG82Al Amerat10.09.21
53D L Haynes96WinPak81Sydney17.12.92
54M Jayawardene85SrlBer78Queen’s Park Oval15.03.07
55Mohammad Yousuf129PakSrl78Sharjah17.04.02
56Yuvraj Singh102*IndBan76Dhaka11.04.03
57T M Dilshan137*SrlPak75Lahore24.01.09
58M E K Hussey85AusBan74Marrara30.08.08
59S E Marsh76AusBan74Marrara30.08.08
60V Kohli*166*IndSrl73Trivandrum15.01.23
61Shubman Gill116IndSrl73Trivandrum15.01.23
62K C Sangakkara79SrlNZl73Eden Park06.01.07
63H Masakadza83ZimAfg58Sharjah02.01.16
64R B Richardson109WinSrl55Sharjah03.12.86
65C G Greenidge67WinSrl55Sharjah03.12.86
66S T Jayasuriya189SrlInd54Sharjah29.10.00
67J H Kallis109*RSAWin54Newlands25.01.04
68J A Rudolph61*RSAWin54Newlands25.01.04
69A Symonds59AusNam45Senwes Park27.02.03
70M L Hayden88AusNam45Senwes Park27.02.03
71D S Lehmann50*AusNam45Senwes Park27.02.03
72J H Kallis72RSASrl43Boland Park11.01.12
73H M Amla112RSASrl43Boland Park11.01.12
74A B de Villiers52RSASrl43Boland Park11.01.12

It also provides the 14th occasion of batsman’s individual score more than the Sri Lanka’s team total. All such occasions are tabulated below

NoPlayerScoreTeamOppTotGround/VenueDate
1R G Sharma264IndSrl251Eden Gardens13.11.14
2I V A Richards181WinSrl169Karachi13.10.87
3Mushfiqur Rahim144BanSrl124Dubai15.09.18
4A Flintoff104EngSrl95The Rose Bowl17.09.04
5D M Jones99*AusSrl91Adelaide Oval28.01.85
6A R Border118*AusSrl91Adelaide Oval28.01.85
7Mohammad Yousuf129PakSrl78Sharjah17.04.02
8V Kohli166*IndSrl73Trivandrum15.01.23
9Shubman Gill116IndSrl73Trivandrum15.01.23
10R B Richardson109WinSrl55Sharjah03.12.86
11C G Greenidge67WinSrl55Sharjah03.12.86
12J H Kallis72RSASrl43Boland Park11.01.12
13H M Amla112RSASrl43Boland Park11.01.12
14A B de Villiers52RSASrl43Boland Park11.01.12

It also provides the seventh occasion of Indian batsman’s individual score more than the opponent’s team total. All such occasions are tabulated below

NoPlayerScoreTeamOppTotGround/VenueDate
1R G Sharma264IndSrl251Eden Gardens13.11.14
2Ishan Kishan210IndBan182ZA Chowdhury Stadium10.12.22
3R G Sharma162IndWin153Mum-BS29.10.18
4S R Tendulkar152IndNam130City Oval23.02.03
5Yuvraj Singh102*IndBan76Dhaka11.04.03
6V Kohli166*IndSrl73Trivandrum15.01.23
7Shubman Gill116IndSrl73Trivandrum15.01.23

It also provides the third occasion of Indian batsman’s individual score more than the Sri Lanka’s team total. All such occasions are tabulated below

NoPlayerScoreTeamOppTotGround/VenueDate
1R G Sharma264IndSrl251Eden Gardens13.11.14
2V Kohli166*IndSrl73Trivandrum15.01.23
3Shubman Gill116IndSrl73Trivandrum15.01.23
V Kohli scores his 21st century on home soil to own the record for most centuries by a batsman on home soil in one day internationals

V Kohli scores his 21st century on home soil to own the record for most centuries by a batsman on home soil in one day internationals

V Kohli’s 166 not out against Sri Lanka at Thiruvananthapuram on 15 Jan 2023 represent his 21st century on home soil. He now owns the record for most centuries by a batsman on home soil in one day internationals. He went past SR Tendulkar who had scored 20 centuries on home soil. The following table lists the centuries scored by these two batsmen

NoPlayerRunsIOppositionGroundStart Date
1V Kohli1072v Sri LankaEden Gardens24 Dec 2009
2V Kohli1182v AustraliaVisakhapatnam20 Oct 2010
3V Kohli1051v New ZealandGuwahati28 Nov 2010
4V Kohli112*2v EnglandDelhi17 Oct 2011
5V Kohli1172v West IndiesVisakhapatnam02 Dec 2011
6V Kohli100*2v AustraliaJaipur16 Oct 2013
7V Kohli115*2v AustraliaNagpur30 Oct 2013
8V Kohli1271v West IndiesDharamsala17 Oct 2014
9V Kohli139*2v Sri LankaRanchi16 Nov 2014
10V Kohli1381v South AfricaChennai22 Oct 2015
11V Kohli154*2v New ZealandMohali23 Oct 2016
12V Kohli1222v EnglandPune15 Jan 2017
13V Kohli1211v New ZealandWankhede22 Oct 2017
14V Kohli1131v New ZealandKanpur29 Oct 2017
15V Kohli1402v West IndiesGuwahati21 Oct 2018
16V Kohli157*1v West IndiesVisakhapatnam24 Oct 2018
17V Kohli1072v West IndiesPune27 Oct 2018
18V Kohli1161v AustraliaNagpur05 Mar 2019
19V Kohli1232v AustraliaRanchi08 Mar 2019
20V Kohli1131v Sri LankaGuwahati10 Jan 2023
21V Kohli166*1v Sri LankaTrivandrum15 Jan 2023
       
NoPlayerRunsIOppositionGroundStart Date
1SR Tendulkar1152v New ZealandVadodara28 Oct 1994
2SR Tendulkar1051v West IndiesJaipur11 Nov 1994
3SR Tendulkar127*2v KenyaCuttack18 Feb 1996
4SR Tendulkar1371v Sri LankaDelhi02 Mar 1996
5SR Tendulkar1141v South AfricaWankhede14 Dec 1996
6SR Tendulkar1172v New ZealandBengaluru14 May 1997
7SR Tendulkar1002v AustraliaKanpur07 Apr 1998
8SR Tendulkar100*2v KenyaEden Gardens31 May 1998
9SR Tendulkar186*1v New ZealandHyd-RGS08 Nov 1999
10SR Tendulkar1222v South AfricaVadodara17 Mar 2000
11SR Tendulkar1461v ZimbabweJodhpur08 Dec 2000
12SR Tendulkar1391v AustraliaIndore31 Mar 2001
13SR Tendulkar1001v AustraliaGwalior26 Oct 2003
14SR Tendulkar1021v New ZealandHyd-RGS15 Nov 2003
15SR Tendulkar1231v PakistanAhmedabad12 Apr 2005
16SR Tendulkar100*1v West IndiesVadodara31 Jan 2007
17SR Tendulkar1752v AustraliaHyd-RGS05 Nov 2009
18SR Tendulkar200*1v South AfricaGwalior24 Feb 2010
19SR Tendulkar1201v EnglandBengaluru27 Feb 2011
20SR Tendulkar1111v South AfricaNagpur12 Mar 2011
India vs Sri Lanka at Thiruvananthapuram on 15 Jan 2023

India vs Sri Lanka at Thiruvananthapuram on 15 Jan 2023

India posted a team total of 390 for 5 in this game to provide the 147th occasion of a team posting a total of 350 plus runs in an innings. It also provides the 20th occasion of a team posting a total of 350 plus runs in an innings against Sri Lanka.

India posted a team total of 390 for 5 in this game to provide the 32nd occasion of India posting a total of 350 plus runs in an innings. It also provides the tenth occasion of India posting a total of 350 plus runs in an innings against Sri Lanka.

India is the only team to post a total of 350 plus runs on ten occasions against Sri Lanka.

India posted a team total of 390 for 5 in this game to provide the 809th occasion of a team posting a total of 300 plus runs in an innings. It also provides the 89th occasion of a team posting a total of 300 plus runs in an innings against Sri Lanka.

India posted a team total of 390 for 5 in this game to provide the 126th occasion of India posting a total of 300 plus runs in an innings. It also provides the 23rd occasion of India posting a total of 300 plus runs in an innings against Sri Lanka.

Shubman Gill {166} and V Kohli {166*} scored centuries in this game to provide the 302nd and 303rd occasion of Indian batsmen scoring centuries in one day internationals. It also provides the 58th and 59th occasion of Indian batsmen scoring centuries in one day internationals against Sri Lanka.

V Kohli scored 166 not out in this game to provide the 31st occasion of Indian batsmen scoring 150 plus runs in one day internationals. It also provides the seventh occasion of Indian batsmen scoring centuries in one day internationals against Sri Lanka.

V Kohli scored 166 not out in this game represent his fifth score of 150 plus runs in one day internationals. He became the fifth batsman to score 150 plus runs in an innings on five or more occasions. Others are – RG Sharma {08}, DA Warner {06}, CH Gayle {05} and SR Tendulkar {05}

V Kohli scored 166 not out in this game represent his fifth score of 150 plus runs in one day internationals. He became the third Indian batsman to score 150 plus runs in an innings on five or more occasions. Others are – RG Sharma {08} and SR Tendulkar {05}

V Kohli scored 166 not out in this game represent his tenth century in one day internationals against Sri Lanka. He became the first batman in the history of one day internationals to score ten centuries against an opposition. V Kohli has also scored nine centuries against West Indies while SR Tendulkar has scored ten centuries against Australia.

V Kohli’s ten centuries against Sri Lanka are tabulated below. SR Tendulkar has scored eight centuries against Sri Lanka.

NoRunsIOppositionGroundStart Date
11072v Sri LankaEden Gardens24 Dec 2009
2133*2v Sri LankaHobart28 Feb 2012
31081v Sri LankaMirpur13 Mar 2012
41061v Sri LankaHambantota21 Jul 2012
5128*2v Sri LankaCol-RPS31 Jul 2012
6139*2v Sri LankaRanchi16 Nov 2014
71311v Sri LankaCol-RPS31 Aug 2017
8110*2v Sri LankaCol-RPS03 Sep 2017
91131v Sri LankaGuwahati10 Jan 2023
10166*1v Sri LankaTrivandrum15 Jan 2023

His 166 not out in this game represents his highest individual innings against Sri Lanka. It was an improvement over his 139 not out at Ranchi on 16 Nov 2014.

V Kohli’s 166 not out in this game represent the seventh occasion of an Indian batsman scoring 150 plus runs in an innings against Sri Lanka in a one day international. All such occasions are tabulated below

NoPlayerRunsIOppositionGroundStart Date
1RG Sharma2641v Sri LankaEden Gardens13 Nov 2014
2RG Sharma208*1v Sri LankaMohali13 Dec 2017
3MS Dhoni183*2v Sri LankaJaipur31 Oct 2005
4SC Ganguly1831v Sri LankaTaunton26 May 1999
5V Kohli166*1v Sri LankaTrivandrum15 Jan 2023
6G Gambhir150*2v Sri LankaEden Gardens24 Dec 2009
7G Gambhir1501v Sri LankaCol-RPS05 Feb 2009

V Kohli’s 166 not out in this game represent the 18th occasion of a batsman scoring 150 plus runs in an innings against Sri Lanka in a one day international.

Shubman Gill scored his second century by scoring 116 runs in this game. He had scored 130 against Zimbabwe at Harare on 22 Aug 2022.

Shubman Gill scored 116 in this game to provide the 158th occasion of an Indian opening batsman scoring a century in one day internationals. It also provides the 31st occasion of an Indian opening batsman scoring a century in one day internationals against Sri Lanka. It was his first century as an opening batsman.

Shubman Gill’s 116 in this game represent the second century by an opening batsman at Thiruvanthapuram. K Srikkanth had scored 101 against West Indies at the same venue on 25 Jan 1988.

Shubman Gill and V Kohli added 131 runs for the second wicket in this game to provide the 467th occasion of Indian batsmen posting a three figure partners hip in one day internationals. It also provides the 108th occasion of Indian batsmen posting a three figure partnership in one day internationals for the second wicket.

Shubman Gill and V Kohli added 131 runs for the second wicket in this game to provide the 79th occasion of Indian batsmen posting a three figure partnership in one day internationals against Sri Lanka. It also provides the 20th occasion of Indian batsmen posting a three figure partners hip in one day internationals for the second wicket against Sri Lanka

V Kohli and SS Iyer added 108 runs for the third wicket in this game to provide the 468th occasion of Indian batsmen posting a three figure partners hip in one day internationals. It also provides the 91st occasion of Indian batsmen posting a three figure partnership in one day internationals for the third wicket.

V Kohli and SS Iyer added 108 runs for the third wicket in this game to provide the 80th occasion of Indian batsmen posting a three figure partnership in one day internationals against Sri Lanka. It also provides the 20th occasion of Indian batsmen posting a three figure partners hip in one day internationals for the third wicket against Sri Lanka

Shubman Gill and V Kohli added 131 runs for the second wicket and V Kohli and SS Iyer added 108 runs for the third wicket in this game to provide the 31st occasion of batsmen posting three figure partnerships for consecutive second and third wicket in one day internationals. It also provides the ninth occasion of Indian batsmen posting three figure partnerships for consecutive second and third wicket in one day internationals.

Shubman Gill and V Kohli added 131 runs for the second wicket and V Kohli and SS Iyer added 108 runs for the third wicket in this game to provide the sixth occasion of batsmen posting three figure partnerships for consecutive second and third wicket in one day internationals against Sri Lanka. It also provides the second occasion of Indian batsmen posting three figure partnerships for consecutive second and third wicket in one day internationals against Sri Lanka.

Shubman Gill {116} and V Kohli {166*} scored centuries in this game to provide the 196th occasion of two or more batsmen scoring centuries in an innings in one day internationals. It also provides the 29th occasion of two or more batsmen scoring centuries in an innings against Sri Lanka in one day internationals.

Shubman Gill {116} and V Kohli {166*} scored centuries in this game to provide the 38th occasion of two or more Indian batsmen scoring centuries in an innings in one day internationals. It also provides the 12th occasion of two or more Indian batsmen scoring centuries in an innings against Sri Lanka in one day internationals.

V Kohli scored eight sixes in his knock of 166 not out to become the 74th batsman in the history of one day internationals to score eight or more boundary sixes in an innings. His feat provides the eighth occasion of Indian batsmen scoring eight or more boundary sixes in an innings in the history of one day internationals.

V Kohli scored eight sixes in his knock of 166 not out to become the eighth batsman in the history of one day internationals to score eight or more boundary sixes in an innings against Sri Lanka. His feat provides the fourth occasion of Indian batsmen scoring eight or more boundary sixes in an innings in the history of one day internationals against Sri Lanka.

Indian innings contained fourteen boundary sixes in this match to provide the 259th occasion of batsmen scoring ten or more boundary sixes in an innings in one day internationals. It also provides the 36th occasion of Indian batsmen scoring ten or more boundary sixes in an innings in one day internationals

Indian innings contained fourteen boundary sixes in this match to provide the 17th occasion of batsmen scoring ten or more boundary sixes in an innings in one day internationals against Sri Lanka. It also provides the sixth occasion of Indian batsmen scoring ten or more boundary sixes in an innings in one day internationals against Sri Lanka.

V Kohli’s 166 not out in this game represent his 46th century and 110th fifty in one day internationals. Only SR Tendulkar is ahead of him in respect of century with 49 centuries to his credit. He now stands fourth in the list of batsmen who have scored most fifties in one day internationals. SR Tendulkar {145}, KC Sangakkara {118} and RT Ponting {112} have scored more fifties than V Kohli.

Sri Lanka were dismissed all out for 73 in this game to provide the 133rd occasion of a team dismissed all out for less than 100 runs in a completed innings in one day internationals. It also provides the twelfth occasion of Sri Lanka dismissed all out for less than 100 runs in a completed innings in one day internationals.

Sri Lanka were dismissed all out for 73 in this game to provide the eleventh occasion of a team dismissed all out for less than 100 runs in a completed innings in one day internationals against India. It also provides the fourth occasion of Sri Lanka dismissed all out for less than 100 runs in a completed innings in one day internationals against India.

Sri Lanka’s 73 all out in this game represent Sri Lanka’s lowest team total against India in one day internationals. Its previous lowest total was 96 on two occasions – at Sharjah on 08.04.1984 and at Port of Spain on 09.07.2013

Mohammad Siraj returned with figures of 4 for 32 in this game to provide the 200th occasion of an Indian bowler capturing four or more wickets in an innings in one day internationals. It also provides the 39th occasion of an Indian bowler capturing four or more wickets in an innings in one day internationals against Sri Lanka.

Mohammad Siraj returned with figures of 4 for 32 in this game to provide the 154th occasion of an Indian bowler capturing exact four wickets in an innings in one day internationals. It also provides the 28th occasion of an Indian bowler capturing exact four wickets in an innings in one day internationals against Sri Lanka.

India won this game by 317 runs to provide the first occasion of a team winning a one day international by 300 plus runs margin. The previous largest victory by runs margin was the 290 runs win by New Zealand against Ireland at Aberdeen on 01.07.2008. India’s largest victory by runs margin was its 257 runs win against Bermuda at Port of Spain on 19.03.07.  The previous largest victory by runs margin against Sri Lanka was South Africa’s 258 runs win at Paarl on 11.01.2012

TeamResMarginOppositionGroundStart Date
Indiawon317 runsv Sri LankaTrivandrum15 Jan 2023
New Zealandwon290 runsv IrelandAberdeen01 Jul 2008
Indiawon257 runsv BermudaPort of Spain19 Mar 2007
South Africawon258 runsv Sri LankaPaarl11 Jan 2012

V Kohli’s 166 not out against Sri Lanka at Thiruvananthapuram on 15 Jan 2023 represent his 21st century on home soil. He now holds the record for most centuries by a batsman on home soil in one day internationals. He went past SR Tendulkar who had scored 20 centuries on home soil.

V Kohli’s 113 in this game represent his 76th fifty in winning games. He became the third batsman to score 75 plus fifties in winning games in one day internationals. Others are – RT Ponting {94} and SR Tendulkar {92}

NoPlayerTeamMatInnsNORunsHSAveCHC050+
1RT PontingAus262254361072614549.2025691194
2SR TendulkarInd2342313411157200*56.633359892
3V KohliInd16115736915418375.653838976

Kohli’s 113 in this game represent his 93rd fifty while batting at number three. He is the second batsman to score 90 plus fifties by a batsman batting at number three in one day internationals. The other batsman to accomplish such a feat is RT Ponting. RT Ponting has scored 103 fifties while batting at number three.

PlayerTeamMatInnsNORunsHSAveCHC050+
RT PontingAus335330321266216442.48297416103
V KohliInd206204311063318361.46395415093

V Kohli became the third batsman in the history of one day international to total 9000 plus runs in winning games. At the end of this game his run aggregate read 9154 runs in 161 winning games. SR Tendulkar has scored 11157 runs in 234 winning games and RT Ponting has scored 10726 runs in 262 winning games.

NoPlayerTeamMatInnsNORunsHSAveCHC050+
1SR TendulkarInd2342313411157200*56.633359892
2RT PontingAus262254361072614549.2025691194
3V KohliInd16115736915418375.653838976

V Kohli’s run aggregate at the end of this game read 12754. He now occupies the fifth place in the list of batsmen who have scored most runs in one day internationals. He went past DPMD Jayawardene who had scored 12650 runs

NoPlayerSpanMatInnsNORunsHSAveCHC0
1SR Tendulkar1989-20124634524118426200*44.83499620
2KC Sangakkara2000-2015404380411423416941.98259315
3RT Ponting1995-2012375365391370416442.03308220
4ST Jayasuriya1989-2011445433181343018932.36286834
5V Kohli2008-2023268259401275418358.23466415
6M Jayawardene1998-2015448418391265014433.37197728

CAK Rajitha returned with 2 for 81 in this game to provide the 34th occasion of a Sri Lankan bowler conceding 80 plus runs in an innings in a one day international. It also provides the 14th occasion of a Sri Lankan bowler conceding 80 plus runs in an innings in a one day international against India.

CAK Rajitha returned with 2 for 81 in this game to provide the 34th occasion of a Sri Lankan bowler conceding 80 plus runs in an innings in a one day international. It also provides the 14th occasion of a Sri Lankan bowler conceding 80 plus runs in an innings in a one day international against India.

CBRLS Kumar returned with 2 for 87 in this game to provide the 35th occasion of a Sri Lankan bowler conceding 80 plus runs in an innings in a one day international. It also provides the 15th occasion of a Sri Lankan bowler conceding 80 plus runs in an innings in a one day international against India.

CAK Rajitha returned with 2 for 81 and CBRLS Kumar returned with 2 for 87 in this game to provide the 29th occasion of two bowlers conceding 80 plus runs in an innings in a one day international. It also provides the third occasion of two Sri Lankan bowlers conceding 80 plus runs in an innings in a one day international.

CAK Rajitha returned with 2 for 81 and CBRLS Kumar returned with 2 for 87 in this game to provide the eighth occasion of two bowlers conceding 80 plus runs in an innings in a one day international against India. It also provides the third occasion of two Sri Lankan bowlers conceding 80 plus runs in an innings in a one day international against India.

V Kohli became the seventh Indian cricketer to play 50 one day internationals against Sri Lanka. Others are – SR Tendulkar {84}, MS Dhoni {67}, V Sehwag {55}, SK Raina {55}, Yuvraj Singh {55} and M Azharuddin {53}

V Kohli made his 50th one day appearance against Sri Lanka memorable by scoring his tenth century against Sri Lanka which fetched him a record of becoming the first batsman to score ten centuries against an opponent in the history of one day internationals.

V Kohli’s run aggregate against Sri Lanka at the end of this game read 2503. It provides the eighth occasion of a batsman in the history of one day international to aggregate 2500 runs against an Opponent. All such occasions are tabulated below

NoPlayerTeamOppMatInnsNORunsHSAveCHC0
1SR TendulkarIndSrl848009311313843.8408173
2SR TendulkarIndAus717001307717544.5909152
3ST JayasuriyaSrlInd898505289918936.2307147
4KC SangakkaraSrlInd7671032700138*39.7006183
5M JayawardeneSrlInd878408266612835.0704175
6SR TendulkarIndPak696704252614140.0905165
7ST JayasuriyaSrlPak8279022517134*32.6803187
8V KohliIndSrl5049102503166*64.1710112

It also provides the fourth occasion of an Indian batsman in the history of one day international to aggregate 2500 runs against an Opponent. All such occasions are tabulated below

NoPlayerTeamOppMatInnsNORunsHSAveCHC0
1SR TendulkarIndSrl848009311313843.8408173
2SR TendulkarIndAus717001307717544.5909152
3SR TendulkarIndPak696704252614140.0905165
4V KohliIndSrl5049102503166*64.1710112

It also provides the second occasion of an Indian batsman in the history of one day international to aggregate 2500 runs against Sri Lanka. Both such occasions are tabulated below

NoPlayerTeamOppMatInnsNORunsHSAveCHC0
1SR TendulkarIndSrl848009311313843.8408173
2V KohliIndSrl5049102503166*64.1710112

India won the just concluded three matches one day series by three-nil margin to provide the 119th occasion of a team winning three matches one day series by three-nil margin in the history of one day internationals. It also provides the eighth occasion of India winning three matches one day series by three-nil margin. It also provides the second occasion of India winning three matches one day series against Sri Lanka by three-nil margin. It also provides the sixth occasion of a team winning three matches one day series against Sri Lanka by three-nil margin.