Cricket Stats: Did You Know?

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  1. KingOfDoosra
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    I remember Wahab Riaz's test debut as a nightwatchman. I thought he is a batsman initially because I didn't follow that much cricket before 2009 :lol
     
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    The unparalleled legend that was Fazal Mahmood

    Below is some 'statswork' that I had completed from yesterday evening and onwards.

    I had already known about Fazal Mahmood's prowess as a bowler and his dominance in the Test innings per 5-Wicket haul and Test matches per 10-wicket haul lists but wanted to see how the rest of the lists read. Here are the completed lists.

    Qualifications: At least 10 5-wicket hauls, excluding those against minnows (Zimbabwe/Bangladesh).

    5-wicket hauls ratios.jpg

    Qualifications: At least 3 10-wicket hauls, excluding those against minnow nations (Zimbabwe/Bangladesh).

    10-wicket hauls ratios.jpg

    IMO Fazal Mahmood was a supreme fast bowler and undoubtedly an ATG.

    Having in-cutters, leg-cutters, swing and pace he was the total package but this allied to his overwhelming (and to this day still unrivaled) stamina, sheer will, endurance and core strength made him an absolute legend. Just look at the stats below which unquestionably show all of these amazing attributes he had!

    Qualifications: 7000+ balls delivered during Test career

    Stamina.jpg *(M) denotes an instance of where the 'fast' bowler was technically a medium-pacer, e.g Alan Bedser (#2 on the list).

    http://www.espncricinfo.com/talk/engine/match/62837.html

    Furthermore, in the above Test match Fazal Mahmood delivered 85.2 overs from one end UNCHANGED!!! That too on an utterly placid and barren track in which the West Indies amassed a colossal total of 790/3 (Sobers scoring 365).

    Sir - as he is still referred to this day by his peers - attested his sheer stamina to the 500 sit-ups and miles of runs that he used to complete in his earlier years and playing days.
     
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    Excellent Work! Really enjoyed reading it.

    From what I have read and talked to a couple of my elders who have seen Fazal bowl, here is what they told me.
    a) Fazal was not a genuinely fast bowler - like Shoaib Akhtar or Brett Lee or even Wes Hall (of WI) who played in Lahore against Fazal.

    b) He was a medium pacer who could occasionally bowl fast. This is exactly why he could bowl long spells like the one you mentioned.

    c) His main assets were leg cutters and the accuracy like McGrath.

    d) His biggest strength were his unplayable leg-cutters on matting wickets. In 50s, a number of tests were played on matting and Fazal was just unplayable on these jute wickets.
     
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    Thanks, I very much enjoy the interesting statistics posted by yourself and AmmarAshraf, even though some can be quite pointless at time (the stats that is!). :p

    I was already aware of this but I think he was exactly between the distinctions of medium-fast and fast-medium with the ability to bowl quicker as you mentioned. From what I've read/heard, I don't think he was a medium pacer in the category of Alec Bedser for example - by any stretch of the imagination.

    Moreover, Mahmood also claimed that during and after the 85.2 overs unchanged against the West Indies, he started bleeding on the inside of his fingers and his skin started peeling away. Obviously some of it does sound exaggerated to further support the legend of that spell but I think there is definitely some truth in the statements. Bowling leg-cutters and in-cutters would have the tendency to cut the fingers when bowled with such regularity.

    Can one even imagine a bowler delivering such a spell nowadays? People such as Shaun Tait have so many fitness issues and struggle/breakdown delivering 2 overs in a T20 innings yet Fazal Mahmood brunted the workload of the Pakistan attack for so long and with such success and steadfastness.

    He was even still fit in his elder age too. XYZ, I would strongly recommend watching his documentary which is available on YouTube (that goes for everybody else too).

    I think it was Imtiaz Ahmed, the Pakistan wicket-keeper from the 50s period, who also labelled Fazal completely unplayable on any supporting track.

    A separate issue altogether, I would love if matting wickets were brought back. I have played on faux matting wickets during net practice and can justify that they are very quick and supportive of seam bowling. It would certainly be a test to the techniques of some "dominant" batsmen nowadays.

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    Btw, for anybody wondering, the above stats are for post-war bowlers (i.e from 1 Jan 1946 onwards) to make my job a little easier and to remove any statistical inconsistencies (the pre-WWII version of cricket was incredibly different and somewhat still amateurish to an extent).
     
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    Two individual 90s in an ODI innings from one side.

    WI v Aus, Lord’s, Jun 18, 1983 W
    CG Greenidge 90/IVA Richards 95*

    NZ v BD, Sharjah, Apr 28, 1990 W
    JG Wright 93/AH Jones 93

    SL v Pak, Sharjah, Apr 4, 1997 W
    MS Atapattu 94/PA de Silva 97

    SL v Pak, Mohali, May 24, 1997 W
    ST Jayasuriya 96/PA de Silva 90

    SL v Zim, Colombo(RPS), Dec 12, 2001 W
    DA Gunawardene 90/DPMD Jayawardene 96

    Aus v SAf, Port Elizabeth, Apr 6, 2002 W
    RT Ponting 92/DS Lehmann 91

    Aus v SAf, Basseterre, Mar 24, 2007 W
    RT Ponting 91/MJ Clarke 92

    Ind v Eng, Bristol, Aug 24, 2007 W
    SR Tendulkar 99/RS Dravid 92*

    SL v Ind, Colombo(RPS), Sep 12, 2009 W
    ST Jayasuriya 98/SHT Kandamby 91*

    Aus v Eng, The Oval, Jun 30, 2010 W
    RT Ponting 92/MJ Clarke 99*

    Ind v SL, Bombay, Apr 2, 2011 W
    G Gambhir 97/MS Dhoni 91*

    Aus v Ind, Ranchi, Oct 23, 2013 NR
    GJ Bailey 98/GJ Maxwell 92

    NZ v SL, Dunedin, Jan 25, 2015
    KS Williamson 97/LRPL Taylor 96

    Note: At Basseterre South African AB de Villiers was dismissed for 92, making it the only ODI with three individual scores in the 90s.
     
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    Large ODI totals after losing 1st wicket to 1st ball

    300-run ODI innings in which a wicket fell to the first ball of the innings. The batsman so dismissed is in the second line.


    NZ (1st inns – 360-5) v SL, Dunedin, Jan 23, 2015 W
    MJ Guptill ct KC Sangakkara b KMDN Kulasekara

    Ire (2nd – 329-7) v Eng, Bangalore, Mar 2, 2011 W
    WTS Porterfield b JM Anderson

    SAf (1st – 303-6) v Aus, Port Elizabeth, Oct 23, 2011 W
    HM Amla c&b DE Bollinger

    NZ (2nd – 301-9) v Aus, Christchurch, Feb 26, 2000 L
    MS Sinclair ct AC Gilchrist b DW Fleming
     
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    Rival ODI captains with century and ‘duck’


    One-day International matches in which one captain scored a century and his counterpart was dismissed for a ‘duck’. The side batting first and its captain is listed first and the result is from its perspective.

    # indicates first-ball dismissal

    NZ v EAf, Birmingham, Jun 7, 1975 W
    GM Turner 171*/HR Shah 0#

    SAf v Aus, Leeds, Jun 13, 1999 L
    WJ Cronje 0/SR Waugh 120*

    SL v Eng, Leeds, Jul 2, 2002 L
    ST Jayasuriya 112/N Hussain 0

    Pak v NZ, Christchurch, Jan 10, 2004 L
    Inzamam-ul-Haq 0/SP Fleming 115*

    Eng v NZ, Brisbane, Feb 6, 2007 W
    MP Vaughan 0#/SP Fleming 106

    Aus v NZ, Hobart, Dec 20, 2007 W
    RT Ponting 134*/DL Vettori 0

    Can v WI, King City, Aug 24, 2008 L
    S Dhaniram 0/CH Gayle 110*

    Ken v Zim, Nairobi(Gym), Oct 19, 2008 W
    SO Tikolo 102/P Utseya 0

    BD v Ind, Mirpur, Jan 7, 2010 L
    Shakib Al Hasan 0#/MS Dhoni 101*

    Aus v Ind, Visakhapatnam, Oct 20, 2010 L
    MJ Clarke 111*/MS Dhoni 0#

    Eng v Aus, Hobart, Jan 23, 2015 L
    EJG Morgan 0#/SPD Smith 102*
     
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    XYZ what does # signify?

    Diamond duck possibly?
     
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    You did not read the 3rd line of the post! :)

     
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    I skipped straight to the bottom to read it!

    Useless post yet again. :p
     
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    Got you interested enough to ask the question about #! :p
     
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    Highest partnership for each wicket involving an opener in ODIs


    List of the highest partnerships for each wicket involving an opening batsmen in One-day International innings. The openers are listed first.

    1st wicket - 286 runs
    SL v Eng, Leeds, Jul 1, 2006
    WU Tharanga 109/ST Jayasuriya 152


    2nd wicket - 331 runs
    Ind v NZ, Hyderabad(I), Nov 8, 1999
    SR Tendulkar 186*/RS Dravid 153

    3rd wicket – 247 runs
    SAf v WI, Pretoria, Jan 28, 2015
    HM Amla 133/RR Rossouw 132

    4th wicket – 227 runs
    Ire v Ken, Nairobi(RSCG), Feb 2, 2007
    WTS Porterfield 104*/KJ O’Brien 142

    5th wicket – 167 runs
    Ind v Zim, Harare, Jul 26, 2013
    S Dhawan 116/KD Karthik 69

    5th wicket – 167 runs
    Ind v Aus, Bangalore, Nov 2, 2013
    RG Sharma 209/MS Dhoni 62

    6th wicket - 126 runs
    WI v Aus, St John’s, Feb 22, 1978
    DL Haynes 148/DL Murray 51

    7th wicket – 83 runs
    WI v Ind, Colombo(RPS), Aug 7, 2005
    RS Morton 84/D Ramdin 74*

    8th wicket - 67 runs
    Ken v Pak, Nairobi(Aga), Oct 2, 1996
    D Chudasama 51/TM Odoyo (32)

    9th wicket - 49 runs
    Net v Ind, Paarl, Feb 12, 2003
    DLS van Bunge 62/J Smits 26

    10th wicket – 31 runs
    Aus v NZ, Auckland, Mar 3, 2000
    DR Martyn 116*/GD McGrath 11



    No Pakistani opener in the list above.
     
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    Since we have to win 3 games in a row to win world cup.

    XYZ can you pls check when was the last time we won 3 matches in a row against a non-minnow ?
     
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    16 May 1999 to 28 May 1999

    Won four consecutive matches vs West Indies, Scotland, Australia & New Zealand
     
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    bohut arsa beet gaya hai lol
     
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    May be I am misunderstanding the question but here are 3 or ODI win streak against non-minnows since 1999.
    2-2-2015 9-59-32 AM.jpg

    PS. We have not won more than 2 ODIs in succession since December 1, 2011 - minnows or non-minnows.
     
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    XYZ

    ammar bhai did it for world cup matches.. you did it overall..

    both are right.
     
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    Alternating 100 & duck in consecutive ODIs by same players against same side

    Aus v WI, Adelaide, Jan 27, 1985/Sydney, Feb 6, 1985
    GM Wood 104/AR Border 0 (1)
    GM Wood 0 (2)/AR Border 127*

    Pak v Zim, Harare, Feb 22, 1995/Harare, Feb 25, 1995
    Saeed Anwar 130/Inzamam-ul-Haq 0 (8)
    Saeed Anwar 0 (8)/Inazamam-ul-Haq 116*

    Zim v BD, Harare, Apr 8, 2001/Bulawayo, Apr 11, 2001
    ADR Campbell 103/GW Flower 0 (0)
    ADR Campbell 0 (2)/GW Flower 142*

    Eng v Aus, Sydney, Jan 16, 2015/Hobart, Jan 23, 2015
    IR Bell 0 (1)/EJG Morgan 121
    IR Bell 141/EJG Morgan 0 (1)
     
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    1st and 10th wicket partnerships as the two highest of an ODI innings

    One-day International matches in which the two highest partnerships in an innings were for the first and the 10th wickets. The 1st/10th wicket partnerships are in the first column.

    49/71 WI (228) v Ind, Manchester, Jun 9, 1983 L
    46/31 Ind (161) v Pak, Toronto, Sep 23, 1996 L
    43/40 Ind (180) v Pak, Toronto, Sep 16, 1998 L
    40/47 WI (159) v SAf, Bloemfontein, Feb 5, 1999 L
    53/17 NZ (122) v Pak, Karachi, Apr 21, 2002 L
    24/23 Eng (101) v NZ, Chester-le-Street, Jun 29, 2004 L
    102/20 Zim (189) v BD, Dhaka, Jan 29, 2005 L
    47/25 BD (108) v SL, Colombo(RPS), Sep 4, 2005 L
    28/23 Ire (77) v SL, Grenada, Apr 18, 2007 L
    97/57* WI (263-9) v SAf, Durban, Feb 1, 2008 L
    107/35 Aus (208) v SL, Melbourne, Feb 29, 2008 L
    47/103 Pak (204) v NZ, Abu Dhabi, Nov 9, 2009 L
    42/33 Ind (165) v Pak, Calcutta, Feb 3, 2013 L
    142/36 SAf (231) v Zim, Harare, Aug 29, 2014 W
    49/42 Ind (197) v WI, Kochi, Oct 8, 2014 L
    83/35 Ind (200) v Eng, Perth, Jan 30, 2015 L

    Only one win and 15 losses.
     
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    Bowlers dismissing most batsmen in the 90s

    Bowlers who during their Test career dismissed at least five batsmen in the 90s.
    + indicates at least one batsman was dismissed twice by the listed bowler

    10 A Kumble (Ind)
    9 Kapil Dev (Ind)
    7 GP Swann (Eng)
    6 MJ Hoggard (Eng); +MD Marshall (WI); DL Vettori (NZ); M Muralitharan and +WPUJC Vaas (SL)
    5 IT Botham, AF Giles, SJ Harmison, MS Panesar and DL Underwood (Eng); SR Waugh and B Yardley (Aus); +AA Donald and DW Steyn (SAf); LR Gibbs (WI); RJ Hadlee (NZ); +Harbhajan Singh (Ind); Danish Kaneria, Mushtaq Mohammad and +Saeed Ajmal (Pak)



    Bowlers never dismissing a batsman in the 90s
    200 or more wickets in Test career without ever dismissing a batsman in the 90s
    414 Wasim Akram (Pak)
    259 JN Gillespie (Aus)
    234 AR Caddick (Eng)
    212 MG Hughes (Aus)
    208 SCG MacGill (Aus)
    201 AME Roberts (WI)
     
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    Innings in which 1st wicket fell at 111 or 2nd at 222 etc

    The Test data are given first. The eventual innings total is in parentheses. The match innings is in the first column. The batsman dismissed at the milestone score is at the end of the line.

    111-1:
    1 Eng (335) v Aus, Sydney(5), 1897-98 W (AC MacLaren 65)
    1 Eng (335) v Ind, Madras, 1933-34 W (CF Walters 59)
    3 Aus (292) v Ind, Sydney, 1967-68 W (WM Lawry 52)
    1 Ind (320) v Aus, Kanpur, 1969-70 D (FM Engineer 77)
    3 Aus (273) v Eng, Melbourne(6), 1974-75 L (RB McCosker 76)
    3 Eng (436-7d) v Aus, Lord’s, 1975 D (B Wood 52)
    1 Eng (429) v NZ, Nottingham, 1978 W (GA Gooch 55)
    2 WI (322) v Aus, Perth, 1992-93 W (RB Richardson 47)
    1 NZ (329) v Aus, Wellington, 1992-93 D (MJ Greatbatch 61)
    1 WI (422) v Ind, Kingston, 2001-02 D (CH Gayle 68)
    2 SAf (620-4d) v Ind, Pretoria, 2010-11 W (GC Smith 62)

    222-2:
    3 Eng (426-5d) v Aus, Nottingham, 1905 W (AC MacLaren 140)
    1 WI (350-6d) v Aus, Sydney(5), 1930-31 W (GA Headley 105)
    2 Aus (447) v SAf, Melbourne(2), 1963-64 W (RB Simpson 0)
    1 Ind (458-8d) v Aus, Bombay, 1979-80 W (DB Vengsarkar 6)
    1 Eng (425) v Aus, Lord’s, 2009 W (RS Bopara 18)
    4 SAf (236-2) v Aus, Cape Town, 2011-12 W (HM Amla 112

    333-3:
    2 Eng (403) v SAf, Johannesburg(2), 1913-14 W (W Rhodes 152)
    2 Aus (516) v Eng, Adelaide, 1965-66 W (TR Veivers 1)
    2 Pak (417) v WI, Karachi, 1997-98 W (Inzamam-ul-Haq 4)

    444-4:
    1 Eng (480-5d) v Pak, The Oval, 1962 W (PH Parfitt 3)
    2 Eng (564) v Ind, Nottingham,, 1996 D (GA Hick 20)

    555-5:
    1 Eng (903-7d) v Aus, The Oval, 1938 W (DCS Compton 1)
    2 SL (555-5d) v BD, Colombo(SSC), 2001-02 (MG Vandort 36)

    For the ODIs
    111-1:
    1 SL (273) v WI, Sharjah, Oct 20, 1995 W (ST Jayasuriya 57)
    1 SAf (225-7) v Eng, The Oval, May 22, 1999 W (HH Gibbs 60)
    1 WI (268-7) v NZ, Auckland, Jan 2, 2000 L (RD Jacobs 65)
    2 WI (212-7) v SL, Colombo(RPS), Dec 19, 2001 L (D Ganga 50)
    2 SAf (214-1) v Pak, Paarl, Dec 16, 2002 W (HH Gibbs 52)
    1 Zim (306-7) v Ken, Mombasa, Jun 18, 2009 W (H Masakadza 71)
    1 SL (312-4) v BD, Dambulla, Jun 18, 2010 W (TM Dilshan 71)
    2 WI (274-3) v Zim, Grenada, Feb 24, 2013 W (KOA Powell 57)
    2 Pak (250) v NZ, Napier, Feb 3, 2015 L (Ahmed Shehzad 55)

    222-2:
    2 Ind (256-2) v WI, Cuttack, Nov 9, 1994 W (AD Jadeja 104)
    1 NZ (363-5) v Can, Gros Islet, Mar 22, 2007 W (PG Fulton 47)
     
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    Career best score and bowling in the same ODI

    Players who achieved their highest score and best bowling figures in the same One-day International match.

    Qualifications – at least 20 ODIs in career (in the first column) and at least one wicket as a bowler

    24 ODIs – Aamer Malik (Pak) 90 & 2/35
    v Aus, Perth, Jan 2, 1989 W

    29 ODIs – DJ Callaghan (SAf) 169* & 3/32
    v NZ, Pretoria, Dec 11, 1994 W

    31 ODIs – RC Irani (Eng) 53* & 5/26
    v Ind, The Oval, Jul 9, 2003 W

    25 ODIs – A Kuruvilla (Ind) 7 & 4/43
    v SL, Colombo(SSC), Aug 24, 1997 L

    22 ODIs – JK Lever (Eng) 27* & 4/29
    v Aus, Birmingham, Jun 4, 1977 W

    41 ODIs – GJ Maxwell (Aus) 95 & 4/46
    v Eng, Perth, Feb 1, 2015 W

    23 ODIs – H Patel (Can) 62 & 4/28
    v Afg, King City, Aug 7, 2011 L

    57 ODIs – YK Pathan (Ind) 123* & 3/49
    v NZ, Bangalore, Dec 7, 2010 W

    21 ODIs – Sikandar Raza (Zim) 141 & 2/25
    v Afg, Bulawayo, Jul 20, 2014 W

    70 ODIs – Tauseef Ahmed (Pak) 27* & 4/38
    v NZ, Sialkot, Dec 2, 1984 L
     
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    Didn't know Johnny Lever played for England.
     
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    lol.

    England are the first ones out to whine about others, but they got quite a record in these things themselves.
     
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    Bowlers from both sides taking 5 wickets each in an ODI

    One-day International matches in which one bowler from each side took at least five wickets in the innings. The bowler from the side bowling first is listed first.

    $ indicates World Cup match

    Kapil Dev (Ind) 5/43; KH MacLeay (Aus) 6/39
    Nottingham, Jun 13, 1983$

    ALF de Mel (SL) 5/39; Abdul Qadir (Pak) 5/44
    Leeds, Jun 16, 1983$

    J Srinath (Ind) 5/4; PW Jarvis 5/35
    Bangalore, Feb 26, 1993

    M Dillon (WI) 5/51; N Chopra (Ind) 5/21
    Toronto, Sep 14, 1999

    SE Bond (NZ) 6/23; B Lee (Aus) 5/42
    Port Elizabeth, Mar 11, 2003$

    Taskin Ahmed (BD) 5/28; STR Binny (Ind) 6/4
    Mirpur, Jun 17, 2014

    M Morkel (SAf) 5/21; JR Hazlewood (Aus) 5/33
    Perth, Nov 16, 2014

    ST Finn (Eng) 5/71; MR Marsh (Aus) 5/33
    Melbourne, Feb 14, 2015$

    Note: There has been one instance of two bowlers from one side taking five wickets each in an ODI innings.

    GS Chappell (Aus) 5/20; GJ Cosier (Aus) 5/18
    v Eng, Birmingham, Jun 4, 1975$
     
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    Players who achieved their highest score and best bowling figures in the same Test match.

    Qualifications – at least 20 Tests in career (in the first column) and at least one wicket as a bowler

    22 Tests – RJ Christiani (WI) 107 & 3/52
    v Ind, Delhi, 1948-49 D

    21 Tests – JK Lever (Eng) 53 & 7/46
    v Ind, Delhi, 1976-77 W

    63 Tests – Majid Khan (Pak) 167 & 4/45
    v WI, Georgetown, 1976-77 D

    30 Tests – SL Malinga (SL) 65 & 5/50
    v Ind, Galle, 2010 W

    46 Tests – AD Mathews (SL) 160 & 4/44
    v Eng, Leeds, 2014 W

    24 Tests – TBA May (Aus) 42* & 5/9
    v WI, Adelaide, 1992-93 L

    26 Tests – PV Simmons (WI) 110 & 2/34
    v Aus, Melbourne, 1992-93 L

    25 Tests – JH Sinclair (SAf) 106 & 6/60
    v Eng, Cape Town, 1898-99 L

    82 Tests – MP Vaughan (Eng) 197 & 2/71
    v Ind, Nottingham, 2002 D

    57 Tests – Wasim Raja (Pak) 125 & 4/50
    v Ind, Jalandhar, 1983-84 D

    40 Tests – Yuvraj Singh (Ind) 169 & 2/9
    v Pak,, Bangalore, 2007-08 D

    30 Tests – DNT Zoysa (SL) 28* & 5/20
    v Zim, Harare, 2004 W
     
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    Two ‘not out’ centuries in one ODI innings

    One-day International matches in which two batsmen from one side scored centuries and remained ‘not out’ at the end of the innings. The sides batting first are listed first.

    $ indicates World Cup match

    Pak v SL (281-2), Lahore, Nov 5, 1997
    #1 ST Jayasuriya 134*/#4 PA de Silva 102*

    Ind (301-3) v Zim, Cuttack, Apr 9, 1998
    #4 M Azharuddin 153*/#5 AD Jadeja 116*

    Ind (329-2) v Ken, Bristol, May 23, 1999$
    #3 RS Dravid 104*/#4 SR Tendulkar 140*

    Eng v Aus (250-1), Pretoria, Oct 2, 2009
    #1 SR Watson 136*/#3 RT Ponting 111*

    SAf (365-2) v Ind, Ahmedabad, Feb 27, 2010
    #3 JH Kallis 104*/AB de Villiers 102*

    Sco v Afg (225-1), Ayr, Aug 16, 2010
    #3 Karim Sadiq 114*/Mohammad Shahzad 100*

    Eng v SL (231-0), Colombo(RPS), Mar 26, 2011$
    #1 WU Tharanga 102*/#2 TM Dilshan 108*

    Ire v Eng (274-4), Dublin, Sep 3, 2013
    #5 EJG Morgan 124*/#6 RS Bopara 101*

    Aus v Ind (362-1), Jaipur, Oct 16, 2013
    #1 RG Sharma 141*/#3 V Kohli 100*

    NZ (360-5) v SL, Dunedin, Jan 23, 2015
    #5 GD Elliott 104*/#7 L Ronchi 170*

    SAf (339-4) v Zim, Hamilton, Feb 15, 2015$
    #5 DA Miller 138*/#6 J-P Duminy 115*
     
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    Most first-ball dismissals in an ODI innings

    One-day International innings in which four different batsmen were dismissed first ball. The batting side is listed first.

    $ indicates World Cup match

    SL (237) v Pak, Jamshedpur, Mar 19, 1999 L
    #7 UDU Chandana; #9 UC Hathurusinghe;
    #10 WPUJC Vaas; #11 GP Wickeramasinghe

    Pak (185) v Eng, The Oval, Jun 20, 2003 L
    #1 Imran Nazir; #5 Younis Khan;
    #10 Shoaib Akhtar; #11 Mohammad Sami

    Sco (142) v NZ, Dunedin, Feb 17, 2015$ L
    #2 CS MacLeod; #3 HJW Gardiner;
    #5 PL Mommsen; #11 I Wardlaw
     
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    One-day International innings of 170 or fewer runs which contained two individual 50s. The third highest scorers are in parentheses.

    $ indicates World Cup matches

    Ken (142) v SL, Colombo(RPS), Mar 1, 2011$ L
    #3 CO Obuya 52/#4 DO Obuya 51 (NM Odhiambo 8*)

    Sco (142) v NZ, Dunedin, Feb 17, 2015$ L
    #4 MW Machan 56/#6 R Berrington 50 (MH Cross 14)

    Pak (161) v SL, Karachi, Jan 21, 2009 L
    #2 Salman Butt 62/#5 Shoaib Malik 54 (Shahid Afridi 14)

    Ind (164) v NZ, Bulawayo, Aug 26, 2005 L
    #9 JP Yadav 69/#10 IK Pathan 50 (V Sehwag 15)

    Ind (168) v SAf, Cape Towh, Nov 26, 2006 L
    #3 RS Dravid 63/#6 MS Dhoni 55 (KD Karthik 14)

    Ind (169) v Pak, Sharjah, Apr 7, 1995 L
    #3 NS Sidhu 54/#6 SV Manjrekar 50 (NR Mongia 18)

    Ind (170) v Aus, Gauhati, Nov 8, 2009 L
    #7 RA Jadeja 57/#9 P Kumar 50* (MS Dhoni 24)

    Pak (170) v WI, The Oval, Jun 7, 2013 L
    #2 Nasir Jamshed 50/#5 Misbah-ul-Haq 96* (Wahab Riaz 6)
     
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    Most consecutive double-figure score from ODI debut

    Players who scored in the double-figures in at least 10 consecutive innings (in which batted) from the beginning of their One-day International career.
    19 MG Bevan (Aus)
    17 MA Taylor (Aus)
    16* MW Machan (Sco)
    14 JE Root (Eng); ES Szwarczynski (Net)
    11 DJ Hussey (Aus); BA Edgar (NZ); Basit Ali (Pak)
    10 GS Chappell (Aus); AJ Lamb (Eng)


    *Streak is still active
     
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    Losers with two 50s and winners none in an ODI

    Limited-overs International matches in which the losing side’s total contained two individual 50s and the winners none. The side batting first is listed first.The winning side’s highest scorer is listed first.

    Ties and matches with adjusted targets are excluded.

    $ indicates World Cup match.

    Pak (202-6) beat WI (191-7), Hyderabad(P), Nov 18, 1986
    Rameez Raja 32/RB Richardson 70 & DL Haynes 59

    Ind (219-8) beat SL (201), Sharjah, Mar 25, 1988
    Kapil Dev 48/PA de Silva 88 & RS Mahanama 51

    Eng (231-6) lost to SAf (233-8), East London, Feb 4, 2000
    JN Rhodes 42/NV Knight 64 & MW Alleyne 53

    Zim (261-8) lost to Eng (265-6), Harare, Oct 7, 2001
    MR Ramprakash 47/A Flower 142* & HH Streak 56

    Aus (198) lost to SAf (199-6), Melbourne, Jan 13, 2002
    JN Rhodes 43*/SR Waugh 62 & RT Ponting 51

    Aus (223-8) beat SAf (204), Johannesburg, Mar 22, 2002
    AC Gilchrist & DS Lehmann 37/L Klusener 83 & HH Dippenaar 51

    SL (211-9) lost to Aus (214-6), Brisbane, Jan 15, 2003
    MG Bevan 45*/MS Atapattu 70 & DPM Jayawaredene 56

    NZ (241-7) beat WI (221), Port Elizabeth, Feb 13, 2003$
    NJ Astle 46/RR Sarwan 75 & RD Jacobs 50

    Eng (206-9) beat Pak (200-9), Rawalpindi, Dec 21, 2005
    VS Solanki 49/Yasir Hameed 57 & Mohammad Yousuf 54

    Net (271-8) beat Can (254-8), Potchefstroom, Nov 26, 2006
    RN ten Doeschate & AN Kervezee 49/DES Maxwell 59 & A Bagai 53

    Zim (202-5) lost to WI (204-4), Kingston, Mar 19, 2007$
    BC Lara 44*/SC Williams 70* & BRM Taylor 50

    Ind (212) lost to Eng (213-7), Manchester, Aug 30, 2007
    PD Collingwood 47/Yuvraj Singh 71 & SR Tendulkar 55

    Ind (170) lost to Aus (172-4), Gauhati, Nov 8, 2009
    SR Watson 49/RA Jadeja 57 & P Kumar 54*

    SAf (222-6) lost to Aus (227-7), Durban, Oct 28, 2011
    SR Watson 49/JH Kallis 54 & HM Amla 52

    Pak (236-9) beat BD (234-8), Mirpur, Mar 22, 2012
    Sarfraz Ahmed 46*/Shakib Al Hasan 68 & Tamim Iqbal 60

    WI (217) lost to BD (221-8), Mirpur, Dec 8, 2012
    Mahmudullah 48/KA Pollard 85 & DM Bravo 51

    Pak (170) lost to WI (172-8), The Oval, Jun 7, 2013
    CH Gayle 39/Misbah-ul-Haq 96* & Nasir Jamshed 50

    Sco (142) lost to NZ (146-7), Dunedin, Feb 17, 2015$
    KS Williamson 38/MW Machan 57 & RD Berrington 50

    Note: No side has lost an ODI after scoring three or more individual 50s to an opponent which had none.
     
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    Two identical large partnerships in an ODI innings

    One-day International matches in which one side (listed first) achieved two identical partnerships of 75 or more runs in their innings.

    SAf v Ken, Kimberley, Oct 14, 2001
    115/1st wkt – HH Dippenaar/HH Gibbs
    115*/2nd wkt – HH Dippenaar/L Klusener

    WI v Eng, Brisbane, Dec 13, 1979
    109/1st wkt – CG Greenidge/DL Haynes
    109*/2nd wkt – CG Greenidge/IVA Richards

    Eng v Aus, Lord’s, Jun 4, 1981
    86/1st wkt – GA Gooch/G Boycott
    86/3rd wkt – G Boycott/DI Gower

    Eng v SL, Hambantota, Dec 3, 2014
    84/1st wkt – AN Cook/MM Ali
    84*/6th wkt – JE Root/JC Buttler

    NZ v BD, Napier, Dec 28, 2007
    82/1st wkt – JM How/BB McCullum
    82/3rd wkt – PG Fulton/SB Styris

    UAE v Zim, Napier, Feb 19, 2015
    82/3rd wkt – K Krishnachandran/Khurram Khan
    82/5th wkt – SP Patil/Shaiman Anwar

    Ind v Zim, Baroda, Apr 5, 1996
    78/3rd wkt – SC Ganguly/VG Kambli
    78/5th wkt – AD Jadeja/HH Kanitkar

    Aus v Pak, Lord’s, Jun 23, 2001
    78/1st wkt – AC Gilchrist/ME Waugh
    78*/2nd wkt – AC Gilchrist/RT Ponting

    Pak v Ind, Jaipur, Mar 24, 1999
    75/1st wkt – Shahid Afridi/Saeed Anwar
    75/2nd wkt – Saeed Anwar/Ijaz Ahmed

    Notes:
    1. Only UAE achieved this in a World Cup.
    2. To state the obvious – 115 is the largest identical ODI partnership from any two contiguous wickets.
     
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    First three or more batsmen dismissed for same score in an ODI

    One-day International matches in which the first three or more batsmen in an innings were dismissed each for the same individual score (in parentheses). The batsmen’s sides are listed first. The fall of wicket scores are at the end.

    $ indicates World Cup match

    FOUR:
    SL v Ind, Johannesburg, Mar 10, 2003$
    #1 MS Atapattu (0) 2-1
    #3 J Mubarak (0) 2-2
    #4 DPMD Jayawardene (0) 3-3
    #5 PA de Sivla (0) 15-4

    THREE:
    BD v SL, Pietermaritzburg, Feb 14, 2003$
    #1 Hannan Sarkar (0) 0-1
    #3 Mohammad Ashraful (0) 0-2
    #4 Ehsanul Haque (0) 0-3
    (WPUJC Vaas started the innings with a hat-trick)

    Pak v SL, Dambulla, May 11, 2003
    #1 Mohammad Hafeez (0) 0-1
    #3 Faisal Iqbal (0) 2-2
    #4 Mohammad Yousuf (0) 15-3

    SAf v WI, Port-of-Spain, May 14, 2005
    #1 AB de Villiers (17) 27-1
    #2 HH Dippenaar (17) 36-2
    #3 JH Kallis (17) 61-3

    Ind v SL, Adelaide, Feb 14, 2012
    #2 SR Tendulkar (15) 24-1
    #3 V Kohli (15) 61-2
    #4 RG Sharma (15) 94-3

    Afg v BD, Canberra, Feb 18, 2015$
    #1 Javed Ahmadi (1) 2-1
    #2 Afsar Zazai (1) 2-2
    #4 Asghar Stanikzai (1) 3-3

    Pak v WI, Christchurch, Feb 21, 2015$
    #1 Nasir Jamshed (0) 0-1
    #3 Younis Khan (0) 1-2
    #4 Haris Sohail (0) 1-3
     
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    Both openers from each dismissed in identical way

    One-day International matches in which both openers from each side were dismissed the same way by same bowler. The sides batting first and their openers are listed first.

    Pak v NZ, Auckland, Mar 13, 1994
    Saeed Anwar/Aamir Sohail – ct TE Blain b GR Larsen
    BA Young/BR Hartland – bowled Waqar Younis

    Aus v SAf, Lahore, Oct 12, 1994
    MA Taylor/MJ Slater – st DJ Richardson b TG Shaw
    KC Wessels/G Kirsten – ct IA Healy b DW Fleming

    Eng v NZ, Wellington, Feb 20, 2015
    IR Bell/MM Ali - bowled TG Southee
    MJ Guptill/BB McCullum – bowled CR Woakes

    Notes:
    1. There have been a few instances when the openers were caught in the field by different fielders off one bowler from each side.

    2. There also are instances when the openers from the sides batting first were dismissed in identical fashion and both openers from the sides batting second remained ‘not out’.
     
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    Low highest score in an ODI total of 300 runs

    One-day International innings of 300 or more runs in which the highest individual score was less 60 runs. The highest scorers are in the second lines.

    WI (310-6) v Pak, Christchurch, Feb 21, 2015
    D Ramdin 51 (overall two 50s in the innings)

    SAf (311-9) v SL, Lahore, Nov 6, 1997 W
    L Klusener 54 (three 50s in the innings)

    SAf (310-7) v Zim, Johannesburg, Feb 25, 2005 W
    AM Bacher 56 (three 50s in the innings)

    SL (309) v Pak, Calcutta, May 27, 1997 W
    A Ranatunga 59 (three 50s in the innings)
     
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    Highest score a low percentage of ODI innings total
    One-day International innings in which the highest individual score for one side was less than 15% of its innings total.

    11.21% – DA Stirling 13*/RJ Hadlee 13
    NZ (116) v SL, Moratuwa, Mar 31, 1984

    12.27% – EA Brandes 20
    Zim (163) v SAf, Canberra, Mar 10, 1992

    13.16% – A Ranatunga 15/PA de Silva 15/ALF de Mel 16
    SL (114-9) v NZ, Moratuwa, Nov 4, 1984

    13.86% – ME Trescothick 14
    Eng (101) v NZ, Chester-le-Street, Jun 29, 2004

    14.07% – NV Knight 29/PD Collingwood 29
    Eng (206) v SL, Manchester, Jul 7, 2002

    14.19% – IP Butchart 22*/GA Patterson 22
    Zim (155) v Ind, Leicester, Jun 11, 1983

    14.29% – Mohammad Aamer 24*
    Pak (168) v SL, Dambulla, Aug 1, 2009

    14.47% – Rashid Latif 33/Wasim Akram 33
    Pak (228) v Aus, Johannesburg, Feb 11, 2003

    14.49% – GW Flower 30/HH Streak 30
    Zim (207) v Ind, Kanpur, Mar 6, 1996

    14.72% – DR Smith 24/R Rampaul 24
    WI (163) v SAf, Port Elizabeth, Jan 28, 2004
     
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    Most different fielders taking a catch in an ODI
    One-day International innings in which eight of more different fielders (including ‘subs’) took at least one catch. The fielding side is listed first.

    $ indicates World Cup matches

    NINE:
    Ind v Pak, Toronto, Sep 18, 1997
    RS Dravid, SC Ganguly, SS Karim+, A Kuruvilla, DS Mohanty, RR Singh, Substitute and SR Tendulkar (2)

    SL v Pak, Sharjah, Apr 20, 2001
    RP Arnold, TM Dilshan, CRD Fernando, ST Jayasuriya, DPM Jayawardene,
    RS Kaluwitharana+, M Muralitharan, WPJUC Vaas and DNT Zoysa


    EIGHT:
    Eng v SL, Ballarat, Mar 9, 1992$
    NZ v Sco, Edinburgh, May 31, 1999$
    SL v Ind, Sharjah, Oct 27, 2000
    Aus v NZ, Sydney, Feb 8, 2009
    Aus v NZ, Auckland, Mar 11, 2010
    WI v Aus, Gros Islet, Mar 23, 2012
    WI v Pak, Christchurch, Feb 21, 2015$
     
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    Both openers dismissed 1st ball in an ODI innings

    There have been two instances when both openers from one side were dismissed first-ball in an One-day International innings.

    Zim v WI, Georgetown, May 7, 2006
    HP Rinke/T Duffin

    SL v Afg, Dunedin, Feb 22, 2015
    HDRL Thirimanne/TM Dilshan
     
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    Most wickets before first 4wI in ODIs

    Bowlers who took at least 75 One-day International wickets before achieving a 4wI haul. The match in which they took four wickets for the first time is given. The number of career ODI wickets before the match is in the first column.

    124 R Ashwin (4/25), Ind v UAE, Perth, Feb 28, 2015 W
    109 Mushtaq Ahmed (4/47), Pak v Ind, Sharjah, Apr 12, 1996 W
    90 MC Snedden (4/34), NZ v Eng, Napier, Mar 16, 1988 W
    88 V Sehwag (4/6), Ind v BD, Dambulla, Jun 16, 2010 W
    86 Shakib Al Hasan (4/33), BD v NZ, Christchurch, Feb 11,2010 L
    79 GP Wickramasinghe (4/48), SL v Pak, Jamshedpur, May 19, 1999 L
    75 PA de Silva (4/45), SL v Pak, Paarl, Apr 9, 1998 L
     

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