S Dhawan and SV Samson of India scored zeroes in the third T20I at Col-RPS on 29 Jul 2021 against Sri Lanka to provide the fourth occasion of both the captain and wicket keeper batsman scoring zeroes in the same innings of a T20 International. All such occasions are tabulated below
A Mithun of Karnataka is the only bowler in the history of cricket to perform the hat trick in all the three forms of Cricket, namely, First Class, List A and Twenty20 games.
He performed the feat on his first class debut in the Ranji Trophy against Uttar Pradesh at Meerut in 2009/10 season. His feat in List A games came in the 2019/20 season against Tamil Nadu at Bangalore and his Twenty20 games hat trick was against Haryana at Surat
|First Class||A Mithun†||U P||Meerut||2009/10||Ranji Trophy|
|List A||A Mithun||T N||Bangalore||2019/20||Vijay Hazare|
|Twenty20||A Mithun||Har||Surat||2019/20||Syed M Ali|
Second one day Sri Lanka vs India at Colombo RPS on 20 Jul 2021
India won this game by three wickets to provide its 93rd win against Sri Lanka on one day internationals. India now holds the record for winning most games against Sri Lanka one day internationals. Pakistan has won 92 games against Sri Lanka and Australia has won 92 games against New Zealand
India’s 93 wins against Sri Lanka constitutes a world record for a team winning most games against an opposition in one day internationals.
Sri Lanka lost this game to provide its 430th loss in One day internationals. Sri Lanka owns the record for losing most one day internationals. India is close behind as it has lost 428 one day internationals
D Chahar scored 69 not out in this game to provide the highest individual score by an Indian batsman batting at number eight in India’s winning one day internationals. The previous record was credited to AB Agarkar who had scored 67 not out against Zimbabwe at Rajkot on 14.12.2000
D Chahar scored 69 not out in this game to provide the second highest individual score by an Indian batsman batting at number eight in India’s one day internationals. R Jadeja’s 77 against New Zealand at Manchester on 09 Jul 2019 remains the highest individual innings by an Indian batsman batting at number eight.
D Chahar’s 69 not out in this game to provide the tenth occasion of an Indian batsman scoring a fifty while batting at number eight. All such occasions are tabulated below
|1||RA Jadeja||77||2||NZl||Manchester||09 Jul 2019|
|2||DL Chahar||69*||2||Srl||Col-RPS||20 Jul 2021|
|3||AB Agarkar||67*||1||Zim||Rajkot||14 Dec 2000|
|4||RA Jadeja||66*||2||NZl||Auckland||25 Jan 2014|
|5||IK Pathan||64||2||Pak||Jamshedpur||09 Apr 2005|
|6||SB Joshi||61*||2||NZl||Guwahati||14 Nov 1999|
|7||RA Jadeja||60*||2||Srl||Col-RPS||08 Feb 2009|
|8||N Kapil Dev||60||1||Eng||Leeds||2 Jun 1982|
|9||SS Karim||55||2||RSA||Bloemfontein||23 Jan 1997|
|10||AB Agarkar||53||1||Aus||Melbourne||06 Feb 2004|
D Chahar’s 69 not out in this game to provide the second occasion of an Indian batsman scoring a fifty while batting at number eight against Sri Lanka. Both such occasions are tabulated below
|1||DL Chahar||69*||2||Srl||Col-RPS||20 Jul 2021|
|2||RA Jadeja||60*||2||Srl||Col-RPS||08 Feb 2009|
D Chahar’s 69 not out in this game to provide the eleventh occasion of an batsman scoring a fifty while batting at number eight against Sri Lanka. All such occasions are tabulated below
|1||CR Woakes||95*||2||Eng||Srl||Nottingham||21 Jun 2016|
|2||Wasim Akram||79||2||Pak||Srl||Vizag||27 Mar 1999|
|3||AR McBrine||79||2||Ire||Srl||Dublin-M||18 Jun 2016|
|4||MV Boucher||70||2||RSA||Srl||Tangier||21 Aug 2002|
|5||DL Chahar||69*||2||Ind||Srl||Col-RPS||20 Jul 2021|
|6||L Klusener||60*||1||RSA||Srl||Benoni||01 Dec 2002|
|7||RA Jadeja||60*||2||Ind||Srl||Col-RPS||08 Feb 2009|
|8||Sabbir Rahman||53||2||Ban||Srl||Melbourne||26 Feb 2015|
|9||Shadab Khan||52*||1||Pak||Srl||Abu Dhabi||16 Oct 2017|
|10||MH Miraz||51||2||Ban||Srl||Col-SSC||01 Apr 2017|
|11||FA Allen||51||2||Win||Srl||Ch-le-St||01 Jul 2019|
D Chahar and B Kumar added 84 runs in an unfinished stand for the second wicket in this game to provide the second best stand for the eighth wicket by Indian batsmen in one day internationals. The best stand is 100 runs unfinished stand between MS Dhoni and B Kumar, also against Sri Lanka at Pallekkele on 20 Aug 2017
|MS Dhoni, B Kumar||8||100*||2||Srl||Pallekele||24 Aug 2017|
|DL Chahar, B Kumar||8||84*||2||Srl||Colombo (RPS)||20 Jul 2021|
Third one day Sri Lanka vs India at Colombo RPS on 23 Jul 2021
India capped five cricketers for the third one day game against Sri Lanka on 23 Jul 2021 to provide the 38th occasion of a team capping five or more cricketers in the history of one day internationals. The list does not include team’s first game in one day internationals in which eleven cricketers had made their one day game. However the South African team which made its one day debut against India at Kolkata on 10 Nov 1991 is included in the list. Ten South Africa cricketers made their one day debut in this game.
India became the second team to have five or more cricketers making their one day debut against Sri Lanka after Netherlands. It also provides the third occasion of team capping five or more cricketers against Sri Lanka. All such occasions are tabulated below
|1||Net||Srl||Col-RPS||07||16 Sep 2002|
|2||Net||Srl||Amstelveen||06||04 Jul 2006|
|3||Ind||Srl||Col-RPS||05||23 Jul 2021|
India lost this game to provide its 429th loss in one day internationals. India now stands second in the list of teams which have lost most one day internationals. Sri Lanka occupies the first place with 430 losses.
Indian one day debutants swelled to 241 with five cricketers making their one day debut in this game. Of these 241 cricketers, 36 have made their one day debut against Sri Lanka.
RD Chahar returned with figures of 3 for 54 in this game to provide the 17th occasion of an Indian bowler capturing exact three wickets in an innings on their debut in one day internationals. It also provides the first such occasion against Sri Lanka.
MD Shanaka collected the first ball duck in this game to provide the 138th occasion of a captain collecting the first ball duck in the history of one day games. It also provides the 16th occasion of a Sri Lankan captain collecting the first ball duck in one day internationals.
It also provides the fifteenth occasion of a captain collecting the first ball duck in one day internationals against India. It also provides the fifth occasion of a Sri Lankan captain collecting the first ball duck in one day internationals against India.
AV Fernando scored 76 in this game to provide the 64th occasion of a Sri Lankan opener scoring a fifty against India in one day internationals. It also provides 32nd occasion of a Sri Lankan opener scoring a fifty against India in one day internationals on home soil. It also provides the 23rd occasion of a Sri Lankan opener scoring a fifty against India in one day internationals at Colombo-RPS.
AV Fernando-PBB Rajapaksha added 109 runs for the second wicket in this game to provide the 289th occasion of Sri Lankan batsmen posting a three figure partnership for various wickets in one day internationals. It also provides the 80th occasion of Sri Lankan batsmen posting a three figure partnership for second wicket in one day internationals.
It also provides the 62nd occasion of Sri Lankan batsmen posting a three figure partnership for various wickets in one day internationals against India. It also provides the 14th occasion of Sri Lankan batsmen posting a three figure partnership for second wicket in one day internationals against India.
PBB Rajapaksha scored 65 in this game to provide the 43rd occasion of a Sri Lankan batsman batting at number three scoring a fifty in an innings against India in one day internationals. It also provides the 17th occasion of a Sri Lankan batsman batting at number three scoring a fifty in an innings against India in one day internationals on home soil.
India was dismissed all out for 225 in this game to provide the 31st occasion of India dismissed all out against Sri Lanka in one day internationals. It also provides the 14th occasion of India dismissed all out against Sri Lanka in Sri Lanka in one day internationals.
Head to head result between the two teams at the end of this series read thus
Babar Azam and Mohammad Riwan of Pakistan partnered 150 runs for the first wicket against England at Nottingham on 16.07.2021 to provide the 21st occasion of batsmen posting 150 plus runs for various wickets in Twenty20 Internationals. All such occasions are tabulated below
It also provides the 12th occasion of batsmen posting 150 plus runs for the first wicket in Twenty20 Internationals. All such occasions are tabulated below
Babar Azam and Mohammad Riwan of Pakistan partnered 150 runs for the first wicket against England at Nottingham on 16.07.2021 to become the second pair to post 150 plus runs in an innings for any wicket and also for the first wicket in Twenty20 Internationals. Both such occasions are tabulated below. The other pair to perform such a feat is S Dhawan-RG Sharma.
S Mandana of India scored 70 and Shefali Verma scored a duck against England at Chelmsford on 14 Jul 2021 to provide the third occasion of an Indian batswoman scoring a fifty and another a duck in the same game in Women’s T20Is. All such occasions are tabulated below.
|1||R Dhar||66*||2||v ENG Women||Derby||05 Aug 2006|
|S Naik||0||2||v ENG Women||Derby||05 Aug 2006|
|2||M Raj||55*||1||v Bdesh Wmn||Cox’s Bazar||09 Mar 2014|
|L Kumari||0||1||v Bdesh Wmn||Cox’s Bazar||09 Mar 2014|
|3||S Mandhana||70||1||v ENG Women||Chelmsford||14 Jul 2021|
|Shafali Verma||0||1||v ENG Women||Chelmsford||14 Jul 2021|
The following 21 batsmen have scored fifty plus fifties in the history of Twenty20 games as of 12 Jul 2021. CH Gayle owns the record with 108 fifties
|4||AB de Villiers||332||312||65||9318||133*||4||69||73|
The following 17 batsmen have scored fifty plus half centuries in the history of Twenty20 games as of 12 Jul 2021. CH Gayle owns the record with 86 half centuries
|4||AB de Villiers||332||312||65||9318||133*||69|
The following nine batsmen have scored nine thousand plus runs in the history of Twenty20 games as of 12 Jul 2021. CH Gayle owns the record with 13971 runs and he is one of the four batsmen to score 10000 plus runs in T20s. V Kohli is on the threshold of becoming the fifth batsmen. He has an aggregate of 9922 runs and require 78 more runs for his 10000 runs.
|8||AB de Villiers||332||312||65||9318||133*|
Only four Indian bowlers have captured 1000 wickets or more in First Class matches. BS Bedi, S Venkataraghavan, A Kumble and BS Chandrasekhar are the four bowlers who have achieved the feat. It is interesting to note that only BS Bedi has captured 1500 plus wickets in First Class matches – 1560 to be exact. BS Bedi is the only bowler to capture 100 plus five wicket hauls among the bowlers who have captured 1000 plus wickets in First Class matches
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