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Twenty20 International Records

Twenty20 International records as on July 20, 2017

 

First game:   New Zealand vs. Australia at Auckland on Feb. 17, 2005

 

Last game:    West Indies vs. India at Kingston on July 9, 2017

 

Total matches played: 617

 

Most matches played in a calendar year: 100 in 2016

 

Team Records

 

Tied games in Twenty20 Internationals

 

Teams and Scores                         Venue         Date

New Zealand (126-7) W.Indies (126-8)     Auckland      16.2.2006

(NZ won by 3-0 in a bowl-out)

 

India (141-9) Pakistan (141-7)           Durban        14.9.2007

(India won by 3-0 in a bowl-out)

 

Canada (135-7) Zimbabwe (135-9)          King City     11.10.2008

(Zimbabwe won by 3-1 in a bowl-out)

 

New Zealand (155-7) W.Indies (155-8)     Auckland      26.12.2008

(West Indies won the game after two "super overs")

 

New Zealand (214-6) Australia (214-4)    Christchurch  28.2.2010

(New Zealand won the one-over eliminator)

 

Pakistan (151-4) Australia (151-8)       Dubai         7.9.2012

(Pakistan won the one-over eliminator)

 

New Zealand (174-7) Sri Lanka (174-6)    Pallekele     27.9.2012

(Sri Lanka won the one-over eliminator)

 

West Indies (139) New Zealand (139-7)    Pallekele     1.10.2012

(West Indies won the one-over eliminator)

 

England (154/8) Pakistan (154-7)         Sharjah       30.11.2015

(England won the one-over eliminator)

 

Most wins: 67 by Pakistan

 

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Biggest victory margins

 

By Runs

 

Margin For           Opponents     Venue         Date

172    Sri Lanka     Kenya         Johannesburg  14.9.2007

130    South Africa  Scotland      The Oval      7.6.2009

116    England       Afghanistan   Colombo, RPS  21.9.2012

109    Zimbabwe      Canada        King City     13.10.2008

106    Afghanistan   Kenya         Sharjah       30.9.2013

103    Pakistan      New Zealand   Christchurch  30.12.2010

103    Netherlands   Nepal         Amstelveen    1.7.2015

102    Pakistan      Bangladesh    Karachi       20.4.2008

100    England       Australia     Southampton   13.6.2005

 98    Ireland       Scotland      Dubai (DSC)   20.1.2017

 95    Australia     S.Africa      Brisbane      9.1.2006

 95    Pakistan      S.Africa      Centurion     3.3.2013

 95    New Zealand   Pakistan      Wellington    22.1.2016

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By wickets

 

10     South Africa  Pakistan      Johannesburg  2.2.2007

10     Australia     Sri Lanka     Cape Town     20.9.2007

10     Kenya         Scotland      Nairobi       1.2.2010

10     New Zealand   Bangladesh    Hamilton      3.2.2010

10     Kenya         Scotland      Nairobi       4.2.2010

10     England       W.Indies      The Oval      23.9.2011

10     New Zealand   Zimbabwe      Harare        15.10.2011

10     Ireland       Kenya         Dubai (DSC)   14.3.2012

10     Ireland       Canada        Dubai (DSC)   22.3.2012

10     South Africa  Zimbabwe      Hambantota    20.9.2012

10     England       N.Zealand     Wellington    15.2.2013

10     New Zealand   Pakistan      Hamilton      17.1.2016

10     India         Zimbabwe      Harare        20.6.2016

10     Afghanistan   Ireland       Dubai (DSC)   20.1.2017

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Narrowest victory margins

 

By Runs

 

Margin For           Opponents     Venue         Date

 

1      Australia     New Zealand   Sydney        15.2.2009

1      South Africa  New Zealand   Lord's        9.6.2009

1      England       South Africa Johannesburg  13.11.2009

1      New Zealand   Pakistan      Bridgetown    8.5.2010

1      South Africa  West Indies   North Sound   20.5.2010

1      Bangladesh    Ireland       Belfast       20.7.2012

1      New Zealand   India         Chennai       11.9.2012

1      India         South Africa  Colombo, RPS  2.10.2012

1      India         Bangladesh    Bangalore     23.3.2016 

1      West Indies   India         Lauderhill    27.8.2016

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By wickets

 

1      England       Australia     Adelaide      12.1.2011

1      Netherlands   Bangladesh    The Hague     26.7.2012 

1      Pakistan      Sri Lanka     Colombo, RPS

2      New Zealand   Sri Lanka     Providence    30.4.2010

2      Bangladesh    Ireland       Belfast       21.7.2012

2      Pakistan      South Africa  Colombo, RPS  28.9.2012

2      Pakistan      West Indies   Kingstown     27.7.2013

2      Hong Kong     Bangladesh    Chittagong    20.3.2014

2      Australia     South Africa  Sydney        9.11.2014

2      Hong Kong     Nepal         Colombo PSS   24.11.2014

2      Pakistan      Zimbabwe      Lahore        24.5.2015

2      Papua New Guinea   Ireland Belfast       15.7.2015

2      Oman          Ireland       Dharamsala    9.3.2016

2      England       South Africa  Mumbai        18.3.2016

2      Sri Lanka     Australia     Geelong       19.2.2017

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Highest Innings Totals

 

Runs   Overs RR      For           Opponents     Venue         Date

 

263/3  20.0  20.0    Australia     Sri Lanka     Pallekele     6.9.2016   

260/6  20.0  13.00   Sri Lanka     Kenya         Johannesburg  14.9.2007

248/6  20.0  12.40   Australia     England       Southampton   29.8.2013

245/6  20.0  12.25   West Indies   India         Lauderhill    27.8.2016

244/4  20.0  12.20   India         West Indies   Lauderhill    27.8.2016

241/6  20.0  12.05   South Africa  England       Centurion     15.11.2009
236/6  19.2  12.20   West Indies   South Africa  Johannesburg  11.1.2015

233/8  20.0  11.65   Afghanistan   Ireland       Greater Noida 12.3.2017

231/7  20.0  11.55   South Africa  West Indies   Johannesburg  11.1.2015

230/8  19.4  11.69   England       South Africa  Mumbai        18.3.2016

229/4  20.0  11.45   South Africa  England       Mumbai        18.3.2016

225/7  20.0  11.25   Ireland       Afghanistan   Abu Dhabi     30.11.2013

221/5  20.0  11.05   Australia     England       Sydney        9.1.2007

219/4  20.0  10.95   South Africa  India         Johannesburg  30.3.2012

218/4  20.0  10.90   India         England       Durban        19.9.2007

215/3  20.0  10.75   Sri Lanka     West Indies   Pallekele     9.11.2015

215/5  20.0  10.75   Sri Lanka     India         Nagpur        9.12.2009

215/6  20.0  10.75   Afghanistan   Zimbabwe      Sharjah              10.1.2016

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Quickest to 200 team runs

 

Overs  For           Opponent      Venue         Date

 

15.1    West Indies  India         Lauderhill   27.8.2016

15.2    South Africa England       Centurion    15.11.2009

 

 

Highest Innings Totals batting second and result

 

244/4  20.0  12.20   India         West Indies   Lauderhill    27.8.2016     Lost

236/6  19.2  12.20   West Indies   South Africa  Johannesburg  11.1.2015     Won

230/8  19.4  11.69   England       South Africa  Mumbai        18.3.2016     Won

214/4  20.0  10.70   Australia     N. Zealand    Christchurch  28.2.2010     Tied

211/4  19.1  11.00   India         S.Lanka       Mohali        12.12.2009    Won

209/6  20.0  10.45   England       Australia     Southampton   29.8.2013     Lost

208/2  17.4  11.77   South Africa  W.Indies      Johannesburg  11.9.2007     Won
205/5  20.0  10.25   Australia     S.Africa      Johannesburg  6.3.2016      Won

205/5  19.2  10.60   Ireland       Afghanistan   Greater Noida 12.3.2017     Lost

202/5  19.4  10.27   New Zealand   Zimbabwe      Hamilton      14.2.2012     Won

202/4  19.4  10.27   India         Australia     Rajkot        10.10.2013    Won

200/6  20.0  10.00   England       India         Durban        19.9.2007     Lost
200/3  19.4  10.16   South Africa  India         Dharamsala    2.10.2015     Won

200/3  20.0  10.00   India         Australia     Sydney        31.1.2016     Won

200/9  20.0  10.00   England       Australia     Hobart        29.1.2014     Lost

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Highest Successful chases

 

Score  Overs  RPO    For           Opponent      Venue         Date

236/6  19.2   12.20  West Indies   S.Africa      Johannesburg  11-1-2015

230/8  19.4   11.69  England       S.Africa      Mumbai        18-3-2016

211/4  19.1   11.00  India         S.Lanka       Mohali        12-12-2009

208/2  17.4   11.77  South Africa  W.Indies      Johannesburg  11-9-2007

205/5  20.0   10.25  Australia     S.Africa      Johannesburg  6-3-2016

202/5  19.4   10.27  New Zealand   Zimbabwe      Hamilton      14-2-2012

202/4  19.4   10.27  India         Australia     Rajkot        10-10-2013

200/3  19.4   10.16  South Africa  India         Dharamsala    2-10-2015

200/3  20.0   10.00  India         Australia     Sydney        31-1-2016

197/7  19.5   9.93   Australia     Pakistan      Gros Islet    14-5-2010

196/3  19.4   9.96   West Indies   India         Mumbai        31-3-2016

194/1  18.3   10.48  West Indies   India         Kingston      9-7-2017

193/4  13.5   13.95  Netherlands   Ireland       Sylhet        21-3-2014

191/5  19.5   9.63   Afghanistan   Zimbabwe      Bulawayo      28-10-2015

190/4  19.2   9.82   England       S.Lanka       Chittagong    27-3-2014

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Highest run-rates 

(Minimum 100 runs)

 

Score  Overs  RPO    For           Opponent      Venue         Date          Result

147/1  10.0   14.70  New Zealand   S.Lanka       Auckland      10-1-2016     Won

193/4  13.5   13.95  Netherlands   Ireland       Sylhet        21-3-2014     Won

263/3  20.0   13.15  Australia     S.Lanka       Pallekele     6-9-2016      Won

260/6  20.0   13.00  Sri Lanka     Kenya         Johannesburg  14-9-2007     Won

126/5  10.0   12.60  South Africa  Sri Lanka     Centurion     20-1-2017     Won

248/6  20.0   12.40  Australia     England       Southampton   29-8-2013     Won

245/6  20.0   12.25  West Indies   India         Lauderhill    27-8-2016     Won

236/6  19.2   12.20  West Indies   S.Africa      Johannesburg  11-1-2015     Won

244/4  20.0   12.20  India         W.Indies      Lauderhill    27-8-2016     Lost

142/2  11.4   12.17  Australia     W.Indies      Sydney        23-2-2010     Won

241/6  20.0   12.05  South Africa  England       Centurion     15-11-2009    Won

208/2  17.4   11.77  South Africa  W.Indies      Johannesburg  11-9-2007     Won

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Most runs in the Powerplay

 

Score Overs For          Opponent    Venue        Date     Result

91/1  6.0  Netherlands  Ireland     Sylhet       21-3-2014 Netherlands won by 6 wickets

91/1  6.0  Ireland      Afghanistan G. Noida     12-3-2017 Afghanistan won by 28 runs

90/3  6.0  New Zealand  Scotland    The Oval     6-6-2009  New Zealand won by 7 wickets

89/3  6.0  England      S. Africa   Mumbai (WS)  18-3-2016 England won by 2 wickets

88/0  6.0  South Africa England     Johannesburg 21-2-2016 South Africa won by 9 wickets

86/1  6.0  West Indies  S. Africa   Johannesburg 11-1-2015 W. Indies won by four wickets

83/0  6.0  Australia    W. Indies   Sydney       23-2-2010 Australia won by eight wickets

83/0  6.0  South Africa England     Mumbai (WS)  18-3-2016 England won by 2 wickets

78/0  6.0  West Indies  India       Lauderhill   27-8-2016 West Indies won by one run

73/0  6.0  Pakistan     England     Manchester   7-9-2016  Pakistan won by 9 wickets

                                                           (Pakistan's highest in T20Is)

72/0  6.0  Pakistan     Zimbabwe    Harare       16-9-2011 Pakistan won by 85 runs

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Most runs in the first ten overs

 

Score For               Opponent    Venue        Date       Result

147/1 New Zealand       S.Lanka     Auckland     10-1-2016  New Zealand won by 9 wickets

134/1 South Africa      England     Johannesburg 21-2-2016  South Africa won by 9 wickets

132/1 West Indies       India       Lauderhill   27-8-2016  West Indies won by 1 run

131/0 S.Africa          England     Centurion    15-11-2009 S.Africa won by 84 runs

128/1 Australia         W.Indies    Sydney       23-2-2010  Australia won by 8 wickets

125/2 South Africa      England     Mumbai (WS)  18-3-2016  England won by 2 wickets

118/4 England           S.Africa    Mumbai (WS)  18-3-2016  England won by 2 wickets

116/2 India             W.Indies    Lauderhill   27-8-2016  West Indies won by 1 run 

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200 runs in the least number of overs

 

Overs For               Opponent    Venue        Date

15.1  W.Indies          India       Lauderhill   27-8-2016

15.2  South Africa      England     Centurion    15-11-2009

16.1  Australia         England     Southampton  29-8-2013

16.2  South Africa      W.Indies    Johannesburg 11-1-2015

16.2  India             W.Indies    Lauderhill   27-8-2016

16.3  England           S.Africa    Mumbai       18-3-2016

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Match aggregate by both the teams in the powerplays

 

Runs  Teams and Runs                Venue        Date

172/3 S.Africa 83/0 England 89/3    Mumbai       18-3-2016

171/4 Scotland 81/1 N.Zealand 90/3  The Oval     6-6-2009

156/3 Ireland 82/1 Afghanistan 74/2 Abu Dhabi    30-11-2013

155/3 S.Africa 69/2 W.Indies 86/1   Johannesburg 11-1-2015

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Match aggregate by both the teams in the first ten overs

 

Runs  Teams and Runs                Venue        Date

251/3 S.Africa 121/2 W.Indies 130/1 Johannesburg 11-1-2015

248/3 W.Indies 132/1 India 116/2    Lauderhill   27-8-2016

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Most runs after the first two overs

44/0  England South Africa          Mumbai       18-3-2016

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Lowest Innings Totals

39    10.3 3.71         Netherlands S.Lanka      Chittagong           24.3.2014

53    14.3 3.65         Nepal       Ireland      Belfast              13.7.2015

56    18.4 3.00         Kenya       Afghanistan  Sharjah              30.9.2013 

60    15.3 3.87         New Zealand Sri Lanka    Chittagong           31.3.2014

67    17.2 3.86         Kenya       Ireland      Belfast              4.8.2008

68    16.4 4.08         Ireland     W.Indies     Providence           30.4.2010

69    17.0 4.05         Hong Kong   Nepal        Chittagong           16.3.2014

69    17.4 3.90         Nepal       Netherlands Amstelveen            1.7.2015 

70    20.0 3.50         Bermuda     Canada       Belfast              5.8.2008

70    15.4 4.46         Bangladesh  N.Zealand    Kolkata              26.3.2016

71    19.0 3.73         Kenya       Ireland      Dubai (DSC)          14.3.2012

71    13.2 5.32         Ireland     Afghanistan  Dubai (DSC)          20.1.2017 

72    17.1 4.19         Afghanistan Bangladesh   Dhaka                16.3.2014

72    20.0 3.60         Nepal       Hong Kong    Colombo (PSS)        24.11.2014   

73    16.5 4.33         Kenya       N.Zealand    Durban               12.9.2007

73    16.4 4.38         UAE         Netherlands  ICCA Dubai           3.2.2016

74    17.3 4.22         India       Australia    Melbourne            1.2.2008

74    19.1 3.86         Pakistan    Australia    Dubai (DSC)          10.9.2012

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Highest match aggregate

 

Runs/Wkts Overs RR    1st Team Score        2nd Team Score       Venue             Date

489/10    40.0 12.22  W.Indies (245/6)      India (244/4)        Lauderhill        27.8.2016

467/13    39.2 11.87  South Africa (231/7)  W.Indies (236/6)     Johannesburg      11.1.2015

459/12    39.4 11.57  South Africa (229/4)  England (230/8)      Mumbai            18.3.2016

457/12    40.0 11.42  Australia (248/6)     England (209/6)      Southampton       29.8.2013

441/12    40.0 11.02  Australia (263/3)     S.Lanka (178/9)      Pallekele         6.9.2016

438/18    39.2 11.13  Afghanistan (233/8)   Ireland (205)        Greater Noida     12.3.2017

428/10    40.0 10.70  New Zealand (214/6)   Australia(214/4)     Christchurch      28.2.2010

418/10    40.0 10.45  India (218/4)         S.Africa (200/6)     Durban            19.9.2007

417/11    39.1 10.64  Sri Lanka (206/7)     India (211/4)        Mohali            12.12.2009

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Lowest match aggregate

79/11     15.3 5.09   Netherlands (39)       S.Lanka (40/1)       Chittagong        24.3.2014

84/15     18.0 4.66   Ireland (43/7)         Bermuda (41/8)       Belfast           3.8.2008

106/12    12.0 8.83   Netherlands (59/5)     Ireland (47/7)       Dharamsala        13.3.2016

107/12    22.3 4.75   Nepal (53)             Ireland (54/2)       Belfast           13.7.2015

118/13    22.5 5.16   S.Africa (58/8)        W.Indies (60/5)      Port Elizabeth    16.12.2007

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Most consecutive wins

11        Afghanistan    March 27, 2016 to March 12, 2017

8         England        May 6, 2010 to January 12, 2011

8         Ireland        Feb. 22, 2012 to March 24, 2012 

7         South Africa   March 27, 2009 to June 16, 2009

7         Pakistan       June 13, 2009 to November 13, 2009

7         India          Dec. 28, 2012 to April 4, 2014

7         India          Feb. 12, 2016 to March 6, 2016

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India's sequence of 7 consecutive wins in T20Is

 

Margin      Opponent    Venue         Date

69 runs     Sri Lanka   Ranchi        12-2-2016

9 wickets   Sri Lanka   Visakhapatnam 14-2-2016

45 runs     Bangladesh  Dhaka         24-2-2016

5 wickets   Pakistan    Dhaka         27-2-2016

5 wickets   Sri Lanka   Dhaka         1-3-2016

9 wickets   UAE         Dhaka         3-3-2016

8 wickets   Bangladesh  Dhaka         6-3-2016

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Most consecutive losses

16          Zimbabwe    May 3, 2010 to March 3, 2013

12          Bangladesh  Sept. 15, 2007 to May 5, 2010

9           UAE         Feb. 25, 2016 to January 18, 2017

8           Bangladesh  Mar. 16, 2016 to April 4, 2017

7           New Zealand Sept. 19, 2007 to June 13, 2008

7           Scotland    Aug. 4, 2008 to February 11, 2010

7           Canada      Feb. 4, 2010 to March 23, 2012

7           Kenya       Feb. 11, 2010 to March 15, 2013

7           Hong Kong   Jan. 31, 2016 to March 12, 2016

7           Sri Lanka   March 20, 2016 to 

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Last ball wins

 

Margin   Target   Winner         Opponent       Venue          Date

5 wkts.  150      New Zealand    India          Wellington     27.2.2009

4 wkts.  163      Netherlands    England        Lord's         5.6.2009

5 wkts.  164      Sri Lanka      India          Gros Islet     11.5.2010

1 wkt.   158      England        Australia      Adelaide       12.1.2011

4 wkts.  136      Scotland       Canada         Dubai (DSC)    23.3.2012

2 wkts.  141      Bangladesh     Ireland        Belfast        21.7.2012

1 wkt.   129      Netherlands    Bangladesh     The Hague      26.7.2012

6 wkts.  178      England        India          Mumbai         22.12.2012

8 wkts.  169      New Zealand    South Africa   East London    23.12.2012

2 wkts.  153      Pakistan       West Indies    Kingstown      27.7.2013

3 wkts.  121      Sri Lanka      Bangladesh     Chittagong     14.2.2014

3 wkts.  164      Ireland        Zimbabwe       Sylhet         17.3.2014

5 wkts.  141      Zimbabwe       Netherlands    Sylhet         19.3.2014

5 wkts.  162      Hong Kong      Afghanistan    Dublin         21.7.2015

7 wkts.  198      India          Australia      Sydney         31.1.2016

3 wkts.  135      S.Africa       England        Cape Town      19.2.2016

5 wkts.  205      Australia      South Africa   Johannesburg   6.3.2016

5 wkts.  169      S.Lanka        Australia      Melbourne      17.2.2017

2 wkts.  174      S.Lanka        Australia      Geelong        19.2.2017

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Shortest completed match (by balls bowled)

 

Balls  Overs   Teams and Scores                   Venue          Date

72     12      Netherlands (59/5 off 6 overs) &   Dharamsala     13.3.2016

               Ireland (47/7 off 6 overs)

78     13      Scotland (89/4 off 7 overs) &      The Oval       6.6.2009

               N.Zealand(90/3 off 6 overs)

82     13.4    S.Africa (80/1 off 7 overs) &      Durban         21.3.2014

               Australia(81/5 off 6.4 overs)

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Most sixes in a team innings

6s  Teams/Scores          Opponents      Venue           Date

21  W.Indies (245/6)      India          Lauderhill      27.8.2016

19  Netherlands (193/4)   Ireland        Sylhet          21.3.2014

18  Australia (248/6)     England        Southampton     29.8.2013 

17  S.Africa (241/6)      England        Centurion       15.11.2009

17  Afghanistan (210/5)   Scotland       Edinburgh       12.7.2015

16  Australia (184/5)     India          Bridgetown      7.5.2010

16  Afghanistan (233/8)   Ireland        Greater Noida   12.3.2017

15  England (214/7)       New Zealand    Auckland        9.2.2013 

14  Australia (221/5)     England        Sydney          9.1.2007

14  Australia (197/7)     Pakistan       Gros Islet      14.5.2010

14  W.Indies (205/4)      Australia      Colombo,RPS     5.10.2012

14  W.Indies (197/4)      Bangladesh     Dhaka           10.12.2012

14  Australia (263/3)     Sri Lanka      Pallekele       6.9.2016

14  W.Indies (194/1)      India          Kingston        9.7.2017

13  India (162/8)         New Zealand    Christchurch    25.2.2009

13  S.Africa (174/2)      New Zealand    Hamilton        19.2.2012

13  W.Indies (177/5)      New Zealand    Lauderhill      1.7.2012

13  Australia (195/6)     England        Sydney          2.2.2014

13  West Indies (185)     Sri Lanka      Pallekele       9.11.2015

13  Afghanistan (215/6)   Zimbabwe       Sharjah         10.1.2016

13  S.Africa (229/4)      England        Mumbai          18.3.2016

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Most sixes in a match

6s     Team          6s    Team           6s     Venue            Date

32     W.Indies      21    India          11     Lauderhill       27.8.2016

30     Ireland       11    Netherlands    19     Sylhet           21.3.2014

28     Afghanistan   16    Ireland        12     Greater Noida    12.3.2017

26     Afghanistan   17    Scotland       9      Edinburgh        12.7.2015

24     India         13    New Zealand    11     Christchurch     25.2.2009

24     Australia     16    India          8      Bridgetown       7.5.2010

24     S.Africa      12    W.Indies       12     Johannesburg     11.1.2015

23     S.Africa      17    England        6      Centurion        15.11.2009

23     England       15    New Zealand    8      Auckland         9.2.2013

23     Australia     18    England        5      Southampton      29.8.2013

22     Pakistan      8     Australia      14     Gros Islet       14.5.2010

22     N.Zealand     9     S.Africa       13     Hamilton         19.2.2012

22     Australia     11    England        11     Hobart           29.1.2014

22     Sri Lanka     9     W.Indies       13     Pallekele        9.11.2015

22     S.Africa      13    England        9      Mumbai           18.3.2016

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Extras being highest scorer in a completed innings

 

29  West Indies (131/7) South Africa   Johannesburg   18.1.2008

19  Ireland (68)        West Indies    Providence     30.4.2010

23  Canada (135/8)      Scotland       Dubai (DSC)    23.3.2012

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The top four batsmen registering ducks in an innings

 

For          Opponent     Venue         Date

Kenya        New Zealand  Durban        12-9-2007

(Morris Ouma, David Obuya, Tanmay Mishra & Steve Tikolo)

 

New Zealand  Pakistan     Christchurch  30-12-2010

(Jesse Ryder, Martin Guptill, Dean Brownlie & Ross Taylor)

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Both openers dismissed without scoring in a T20I innings

 

Openers             For          Opponent      Venue        Date

Morris Ouma         Kenya        New Zealand   Durban       12-9-2007

David Obuya

 

Chris Foggo         Bermuda      Ireland       Belfast      3-8-2008

David Hemp

 

William Porterfield Ireland      Kenya         Belfast      4-8-2008

Gary Wilson

 

Imrul Kayes         Bangladesh   Australia     Bridgetown   5-5-2010

Mohammad Ashraful

 

Jesse Ryder         N.Zealand    Pakistan      Christchurch 30-12-2010

Martin Guptill

 

Richie Berrington   Scotland     Netherlands   Abu Dhabi    28-11-2013

Calum MacLeod

 

Stephan Myburgh     Netherlands  S.Lanka       Chittagong   24-3-2014

Michael Swart

 

Ahmed Shehzad       Pakistan     W.Indies      Mirpur       1-4-2014

Kamran Akmal

 

Rohit Sharma        India        Pakistan      Dhaka        27-2-2016

Ajinkya Rahane

 

Mohammad Mithun     Bangladesh   Sri Lanka     Dhaka        28-2-2016

Soumya Sarkar

 

Peter Borren        Netherlands  Hong Kong     Dubai        18-1-2017 

Michael Rippon

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Most ducks in an innings

 

Ducks Total For       Opponent  Venue         Date       Result

6     73    Kenya     N.Zealand Durban        12-9-2007  NZ won by 9 wickets

6     105   Zimbabwe  W.Indies  Port of Spain 28-2-2010  Zim won by 26 runs

5     99    Scotland  Ireland   Dubai (DSC)   11-2-2010  Ireland won by 37 runs

5     80    N.Zealand Pakistan  Christchurch  30-12-2010 Pakistan won by 103 runs

5     127   England   India     Bangalore     1-2-2017   India won by 75 runs

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Losing seven wickets or more in the last four overs

 

Wkts. For        Total   Opponent       Venue         Date

8     Australia  191     Pakistan       Gros Islet    2-5-2010

7     England    171     South Africa   Johannesburg  21-2-2016

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Batting records

 

Highest run-aggregates:

Batsman              For  M  I  NO  Runs   HS    Ave.    100   50   SR

Brendon McCullum     NZ   71 70 10  2140   123   35.66   2     13   136.21

Tillakaratne Dilshan SL   80 79 12  1889   104*  28.19   1     13   120.54

Martin Guptill       NZ   61 59 7   1806   101*  34.73   1     10   131.44

Mohammad Shahzad     Afg  58 58 3   1779   118*  32.34   1     12   136.84

Virat Kohli          Ind  49 45 12  1748   90*   52.96   0     16   135.50

Umar Akmal           Pak  82 77 14  1690   94    26.82   0     8    122.90

David Warner         Aus  63 63 3   1686   90*   28.10   0     12   139.56

Jean-Paul Duminy     SA   71 65 21  1683   96*   38.25   0     9    124.29

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Most runs in a winning cause

 

Batsman              For   M   I   NO  Runs  HS    Ave.   100  50  SR

Mohammad Shahzad     Afg   39  39  3   1484  118*  41.22  1    11  140.26

Brendon McCullum     NZ    32  32  9   1279  123   55.60  1    11  147.35

Martin Guptill       NZ    34  32  7   1242  101*  49.68  1    9   143.91

Tillakaratne Dilshan SL    42  41  10  1235  104*  39.83  1    7   123.99

Virat Kohli          Ind   31  29  11  1192  90*   66.22  0    12  131.71

Mohammad Hafeez      Pak   42  41  2   1121  86    28.74  0    8   121.71

Abraham de Villiers  SA    47  44  8   1100  79*   30.55  0    7   139.94

Shoaib Malik         Pak   56  52  19  1092  63*   33.09  0    4   116.79

Mahela Jayawardene   SL    37  37  8   1084  100   37.37  1    7   133.00

Chris Gayle          WI    26  25  3   1024  100*  46.54  1    9   152.60

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Highest Individual Innings:

 

Runs  Balls  Batsman              For          Opponents      Venue         Date

156   63     Aaron Finch          Australia    England        Southampton   29.8.2013

145*  65     Glenn Maxwell        Australia    Sri Lanka      Pallekele     6.9.2016

125*  62     Evin Lewis           W.Indies     India          Kingston      9.7.2017

124*  71     Shane Watson         Australia    India          Sydney        31.1.2016

123   58     Brendon McCullum     N.Zealand    Bangladesh     Pallekele     21.9.2012

122   60     Babar Hayat          Hong Kong    Oman           Fatullah      19.2.2016

119   56     Faf du Plessis       S.Africa     West Indies    Johannesburg  11.1.2015

118*  67     Mohammad Shahzad     Afghanistan  Zimbabwe       Sharjah       10.1.2016

117*  51     Richard Levi         S.Africa     New Zealand    Hamilton      19.2.2012

117*  68     Shaiman Anwar        UAE          PNG            Abu Dhabi     14.4.2017

117   57     Chris Gayle          W.Indies     South Africa   Johannesburg  11.9.2007

116*  56     Brendon McCullum     N.Zealand    Australia      Christchurch  28.2.2010

116*  64     Alex Hales           England      Sri Lanka      Chittagong    27.3.2014

114*  70     Morne van Wyk        S.Africa     West Indies    Durban        14.1.2015

111*  62     Ahmed Shehzad        Pakistan     Bangladesh     Dhaka         30.3.2014

110*  51     Lokesh Rahul         India        West Indies    Lauderhill    27.8.2016

106   66     Rohit Sharma         India        South Africa   Dharamsala    2.10.2015

104*  57     Tillakaratne Dilshan S.Lanka      Australia      Pallekele     6.8.2011

103*  63     Tamim Iqbal          Bangladesh   Oman           Dharamsala    13.3.2016

101*  69     Martin Guptill       N.Zealand    South Africa   East London   23.12.2012

101   60     Suresh Raina         India        South Africa   Gros Islet    2.5.2010

100*  48     Chris Gayle          W.Indies     England        Mumbai        16.3.2016

100   64     Mahela Jayawardene   S.Lanka      Zimbabwe       Providence    3.5.2010

100   58     Richie Berrington    Scotland     Bangladesh     The Hague     24.7.2012

100   49     Evin Lewis           W.Indies     India          Lauderhill    27.8.2016

99*   55     Luke Wright          England      Afghanistan    Colombo,RPS   21.9.2012

99    68     Alex Hales           England      West Indies    Nottingham    24.6.2012

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Highest individual scores by number 5 or lower order batsmen in T20Is

 

Runs  Balls SR      Batsman          For        Opponent    Venue            Date

94*   41    229.26  Corey Anderson   N.Zealand  Bangladesh  Mount Maunganui  8-1-2017

90*   49    183.67  Joe Root         England    Australia   Southampton      29-8-2013

89    30    296.66  Mohammad Nabi    Afghanistan Ireland     Greater Noida    12-3-2017

86*   43    200.00  Jean-Paul Duminy S.Africa   N.Zealand   Chittagong       24-3-2014

85*   45    188.88  Eoin Morgan      England    S.Africa    Johannesburg     13-11-2009

85*   49    173.46  Cameron White    Australia  S.Lanka     Bridgetown       9-5-2010

84*   46    182.60  Asela Gunaratne  S.Lanka    Australia   Geelong          19-2-2017

81*   49    165.30  Angelo Matthews  S.Lanka    N.Zealand   Auckland         10-1-2016

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Two centuries in a T20I match

 

Evin Lewis (100) and Lokesh Rahul (110 not out) - India vs West Indies Lauderhill 27.8.2016

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Highest Individual Innings on Captaincy debut in T20Is

 

Runs  Balls SR      Batsman         For          Opponent   Venue         Date

124*  71    174.64  Shane Watson    Australia    India      Sydney        31-1-2016

98*   55    178.18  Ricky Ponting   Australia    N.Zealand  Auckland      17-2-2005

90    53    169.81  Steven Smith    Australia    England    Cardiff       31-8-2015

89    55    161.81  Michael Swart   Netherland   Kenya      Windhoek      19-4-2013

79    41    192.68  Paul Collingwood England      W.Indies   The Oval      28-6-2007

76    42    180.95  Amjad Javed     UAE          Scotland   ICCA Dubai    4-2-2016

62    52    119.23  Kyle Coetzer    Scotland     Ireland    Dubai         18-3-2012

61    43    141.86  Graeme Smith    S.Africa     N.Zealand  Johannesburg  21-10-2005

58    35    165.71  Rohan Mustafa   UAE          Afghanistan Dubai         18-12-2016

55*   42    130.95  Kumar Sangakkara S.Lanka      Australia  Nottingham    8-6-2009

50    37    135.13  Shahid Afridi   Pakistan     S.Lanka    Colombo,RPS   12-8-2009

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Highest Individual Innings by Captains in T20Is

 

Runs   Balls  SR      Batsman        For       Opponent   Venue               Date

124*   71     174.64  Shane Watson   Australia India      Sydney              31-1-2016

119    56     212.50  Faf du Plessis S.Africa  W.Indies   Johannesburg        11-1-2015

104*   57     182.45  Tillakaratne   Dilshan   S.Lanka    Australia Pallekele 6-8-2011

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Highest aggregate as captains in T20Is

 

Captain                      For     M     I     NO    Runs  HS   Ave.     100    50     SR

Mahendra Singh Dhoni         India   77    62    32    1112  48*  37.06    -      -      122.60

Faf du Plessis               SA      32    32    6     1039  119  39.96    1      6      131.15

William Porterfield Ire      56      54    6     10    02    72   20.87    0      3      110.96

Graeme Smith                 SA      27    27    2     803   89*  32.12    0      4      127.46

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Six Centurions in a losing cause in T20Is

 

Runs Balls  SR      Batsman         For        Opponent Venue        Date

124* 71     174.64  Shane Watson    Australia  India    Sydney       31-1-2016

122  60     203.33  Babar Hayat     Hong Kong  Oman     Fatullah     19-2-2016

119  56     212.50  Faf du Plessis  S.Africa   W.Indies Johannesburg 11-1-2015

117  57     205.26  Chris Gayle     W.Indies   S.Africa Johannesburg 11-9-2007

110* 51     215.68  Lokesh Rahul    India      W.Indies Laudehill    27-8-2016

106  66     160.60  Rohit Sharma    India      S.Africa Dharamsala   2-10-2015  

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Thirteen batsmen with centuries in all three formats

 

Batsmen              For        International  Tests  ODIs  T20Is

                  hundreds

Mahela Jayawardene   S.Lanka    54             34     19    1

Tillakaratne Dilshan S.Lanka    39             16     22    1

Chris Gayle          W.Indies   39             15     22    2

Brendon McCullum     N.Zealand  19             12     5     2

Martin Guptill       N.Zealand  14             3      10    1

Shane Watson         Australia  14             4      9     1

Tamim Iqbal          Bangladesh 14             7      6     1

Rohit Sharma         India      13             2      10    1

Ahmed Shehzad        Pakistan   10             3      6     1

Faf du Plessis       S.Africa   10             4      5     1

Suresh Raina         India      7              1      5     1

Lokesh Rahul         India      5              3      1     1

Glenn Maxwell        Australia 

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Highest career batting average:

(Minimum 700 runs)

 

52.96  Virat Kohli (India) 1748 in 45 innings, including 16 fifties

40.33  Joe Root (Eng) 726 in 22 innings, including 4 fifties

38.64  Aaron Finch (Aus) 1082 in 31 innings, including a hundred and seven fifties      

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Highest career strike rate:

(Minimum 800 runs)

 

Batsman        For   Mt    Inns  Runs  Ave.   SR

Glenn Maxwell  Aus   36    32    822   29.35  167.41

Shahid Afridi  Pak   98    90    1405  18.01  150.75

Aaron Finch    Aus   31    31    1082  38.64  149.24

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Highest strike rate in an innings

(Minimum 50)


SR      Runs Balls Batsman           For           Opponent       Venue         Date

362.50  58   16    Yuvraj Singh      India         England        Durban        19-9-2007

357.14  50*  14    Colin Munro       N.Zealand     Sri Lanka      Auckland      10-1-2016

296.66  89   30    Mohammad Nabi     Afghanistan   Ireland        Greater Noida 12-3-2017

273.91  63   23    Stephan Myburgh   Netherlands   Ireland        Sylhet        21-3-2014

254.54  56   22    Tanwir Afzal      Hong Kong     Scotland       Mong Kok      31-1-2016

252.38  53*  21    Elton Chigumbura  Zimbabwe      UAE            Sylhet        21-3-2014

252.00  63   25    Martin Guptill    N.Zealand     Sri Lanka      Auckland      10-1-2016

250.00  60*  24    Michael Hussey    Australia     Pakistan       Gros Islet    14-5-2010

248.38  77   31    Chris Gayle       W.Indies      S.Africa       Cape Town     9-1-2015

247.61  156  63    Aaron Finch       Australia     England        Southampton   29-8-2013

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Highest strike rate in an innings

(Minimum 100)

 

SR      Runs  Balls  Batsman          For          Opponent     Venue          Date

247.61  156   63     Aaron Finch      Australia    England      Southampton    29-8-2013

229.41  117*  51     Richard Levi     S.Africa     N.Zealand    Hamilton       19-2-2012

223.07  145*  65     Glenn Maxwell    Australia    S.Lanka      Pallekele      6-9-2016

215.68  110*  51     Lokesh Rahul     India        W.Indies     Lauderhill     27-8-2016

212.50  119   56     Faf du Plessis   S.Africa     W.Indies     Johannesburg   11-1-2015

212.06  123   58     Brendon McCullum N.Zealand    Bangladesh   Pallekele      21-9-2012

208.33  100*  48     Chris Gayle      W.Indies     England      Mumbai         16-3-2016

207.14  116*  56     Brendon McCullum N.Zealand    Australia    Christchurch   28-2-2010

205.26  117   57     Chris Gayle      W.Indies     S.Africa     Johannesburg   11-9-2007

204.28  100   49     Evin Lewis       W.Indies     India        Lauderhill     27-8-2016

203.33  122   60     Babar Hayat      Hong Kong    Oman         Fatullah       19-2-2016

201.61  125*  62     Evin Lewis       W.Indies     India        Kingston       9-7-2017

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Most runs off one over

 

Runs Batsmen                      For     Bowler                For           Venue         Date

36   Yuvraj Singh (666666)        India   Stuart Broad          England       Durban        19.9.2007

32   Jos Buttler (662nb1nb4462)   Eng     Wayne Parnell         S.Africa      Edgbaston     12.9.2012

32   Jos Buttler (4),             Eng     Izatullah Dawlatzai   Afghanistan   Colombo,RPS   21.9.2012

     Jonny Bairstow (nb6,nb1)

     Luke Wright (6661)

32   Evin Lewis (66w6661)         WI      Stuart Binny          India         Lauderhill    27.8.2016

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Most sixes off one over

 

6s Batsman      For      Bowler        For      Venue      Date

6  Yuvraj Singh India    Stuart Broad  England  Durban     19.9.2007

5  Evin Lewis   W.Indies Stuart Binny  India    Lauderhill 27.8.2016

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Fastest Centuries

 

Balls

45   Richard Levi     S.Africa   New Zealand  Hamilton      19.2.2012

46   Faf du Plessis   S.Africa   West Indies  Johannesburg  11.1.2015

46   Lokesh Rahul     India      West Indies  Lauderhill    27.8.2016

47   Aaron Finch      Australia  England      Southampton   29.8.2013

47   Chris Gayle      W.Indies   England      Mumbai        16.3.2016

48   Ewin Lewis       W.Indies   India        Lauderhill    27.8.2016

49   Glenn Maxwell    Australia  Sri Lanka    Pallekele     6.9.2016

50   Chris Gayle      W.Indies   S.Africa     Johannesburg  11.9.2007

50   Brendon McCullum N.Zealand  Australia    Christchurch  28.2.2010

50   Babar Hayat      Hong Kong  Oman         Fatullah      19.2.2016

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Two hundreds in a bilateral series

 

119 off 56 balls   Faf du Plessis (SA) vs WI     Johannesburg  11.1.2015

114* off 70 balls  Morne van Wyk  (SA) vs WI     Durban        14.1.2015

100 off 49 balls   Evin Lewis     (WI) vs India  Lauderhill    27.8.2016

110* off 51 balls  Lokesh Rahul   (Ind)vs WI     Lauderhill    27.8.2016

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Fastest fifties

 

Balls  Runs  Balls  Batsman         For            Opponent      Venue        Date

to 50

12     58    16     Yuvraj Singh    India          England       Durban       19.9.2007

14     50*   14     Colin Munro     New Zealand    Sri Lanka     Auckland     10.1.2016

17     79    38     Paul Stirling   Ireland        Afghanistan   Dubai (DSC)  24.3.2002

17     63    23     Stephan Myburgh Netherlands    Ireland       Sylhet       21.3.2014

17     77    31     Chris Gayle     West Indies    S.Africa      Cape Town    9.1.2015

18     67    24     David Warner    Australia      W.Indies      Sydney       23.2.2010

18     74    33     Glenn Maxwell   Australia      Pakistan      Mirpur       23.3.2014

18     66    29     Glenn Maxwell   Australia      S.Lanka       Colombo,RPS  9.9.2016

19     89    43     David Warner     Australia      S.Africa      Melbourne    11.1.2009

19     55    11     Gautam Gambhir  India          S.Lanka       Nagpur       9.12.2009

19     63    25     Martin Guptill  New Zealand    Sri Lanka     Auckland     10.1.2016

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Fifties in consecutive innings:

 

Batsman          For  Runs  Balls  Opponents  Venue         Date

Brendon McCullum NZ   59    34     W.Indies   Hamilton      28.12.2008

(Four)                61    47     Australia  Sydney        15.2.2009

                      56*   49     India      Christchurch  25.2.2009

                      69*   55     India      Wellington    27.2.2009

Chris Gayle      WI   85*   52     N.Zealand  Lauderhill    30.6.2012

(Four)                53    39     N.Zealand  Lauderhill    1.7.2012

                      54    33     Australia  Colombo,RPS   22.9.2012

                      58    35     England    Pallekele     27.9.2012

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The top three batsmen posting 40 or more in an innings

 

Batsman          Score  For        Opponent   Venue     Date      Result

Martin Guptill   47     N.Zealand  England    Hamilton  12.2.2013 NZ won by 55 runs

Hamish Rutherford 40

Brendon McCullum 74

 

Rohit Sharma     60     India      Australia  Melbourne 29.1.2016 India won by 27 runs

Shikhar Dhawan   42

Virat Kohli      59*

 

Rohit Sharma     43     India      West Indies Mumbai    31.3.2016 India lost by 7 wickets

Ajinkya Rahane   40

Virat Kohli      89*

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Most fifty-plus innings in career:

 

16 in 45 innings by Virat Kohli (India) (16 fifties)


15 in 48 innings by Chris Gayle (West Indies) (2 centuries + 13 fifties)

 

15 in 70 innings by Brendon McCullum (New Zealand) (2 centuries + 13 fifties)

 

14 in 79 innings by Tillakaratne Dilshan (Sri Lanka) (1 century + 13 fifties)

 

13 in 58 innings by Mohammad Shahzad (Afghanistan) (1 century + 12 fifties)

 

12 in 55 innings by Rohit Sharma (India) (1 century + 11 fifties) 

 

12 in 63 innings by David Warner (Australia) (12 fifties)

           

11 in 56 innings by Shane Watson (Australia) (1 century + 10 fifties)

 

11 in 59 innings by Martin Guptill (New Zealand) (1 century + 10 fifties)

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Most sixes in career:

 

6s  Innings  Batsman            For

99  48       Chris Gayle        West Indies

91  70       Brendon McCullum   New Zealand

83  56       Shane Watson       Australia

76  59       Martin Guptill     New Zealand

74  51       Yuvraj Singh       India

74  63       David Warner       Australia

73  90       Shahid Afridi      Pakistan

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Most sixes in an innings as Captain in T20Is 

 

6s 4s Runs Balls SR      Captain      For     Opponent    Venue          Date

7  5  98   66    148.48  Chris Gayle  WI      India       Bridgetown     9-5-2010

7  3  71   31    229.03  Eoin Morgan  Eng     India       Birmingham     7-9-2014

7  3  74   39    189.74  Eoin Morgan  Eng     Australia   Cardiff        31-8-2015

7  1  56   22    254.54  Tanwir Afzal HK      Scotland    Mong Kok       31-1-2016

6  6  88   50    176.00  Chris Gayle  WI      Australia   The Oval       6-6-2009

6  8  88   44    200.00  Graeme Smith SA      England     Centurion      15-11-2009

6  10 124* 71    174.64  Shane Watson Aus     India       Sydney         31-1-2016

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Most sixes in an individual innings

 

6s Batsman            Runs     For           Opponents      Venue             Date

14 Aaron Finch        156      Australia     England        Southampton       29.8.2013

13 Richard Levi       117*     S.Africa      N.Zealand      Hamilton          19.2.2012

12 Evin Lewis         125*     W.Indies      India          Kingston          9.7.2017 

11 Chris Gayle        100*     W.Indies      England        Mumbai            16.3.2016

10 Chris Gayle        117      W.Indies      S.Africa       Johannesburg      11.9.2007

10 Corey Anderson     94*      N.Zealand     Bangladesh     Mount Maunganui   8.1.2017

9  Loots Bosman       94       S.Africa      England        Centurion         15.11.2009

9  Marlon Samuels     85*      W.Indies      Bangladesh     Dhaka             10.12.2012

9  Evin Lewis         100      W.Indies      India          Lauderhill        27.8.2016

9  Glenn Maxwell      145*     Australia     S.Lanka        Pallekele         6.9.2016

9  Mohammad Nabi      89       Afghanistan   Ireland        Greater Noida     12.3.2017

9  Evin Lewis         91       W.Indies      Pakistan       Port of Spain     1.4.2017

8  Brendon McCullum   116*     N.Zealand     Australia      Christchurch      28.2.2010

8  Chris Gayle        77       W.Indies      S.Africa       Cape Town         9.1.2015

8  Mohammad Shahzad   118*     Afghanistan   Zimbabwe       Sharjah           10.1.2016

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Quickest to 1000 runs

 

In. Mt. Period   Batsman          For         Opponent    Venue        Date of milestone

27  29  5y 112d  Virat Kohli      India       S.Africa    Dharamsala   2.10.2015

29  29  6y 36d   Aaron Finch      Australia   S.Lanka     Melbourne    17.2.2017

32  32  6y 79d   Kevin Pietersen  England     India       Manchester   31.8.2011

32  32  2y 262d  Alex Hales       England     S.Lanka     The Oval     20.5.2014

32  32  3y 192d  Faf du Plessis   S.Africa    England     Mumbai       18.3.2016

34  35  8y 3d    Chris Gayle      W.Indies    Ireland     Kingston     19.2.2014

34  36  5y 80d   Kane Williamson  N.Zealand   Bangladesh  Napier       3.1.2017

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Most ducks in career

 

Ducks  Inngs  Mt. Batsman              For

10     79     80  Tillakaratne Dilshan Sri Lanka

9      45     51  Luke Wright          England

8      52     59  Kevin O'Brien        Ireland

8      77     82  Umar Akmal           Pakistan

8      90     98  Shahid Afridi        Pakistan

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Most runs conceded by a bowler in the 20th over

 

Runs  Bowler         For           Opponent       Venue          Date

29    Rubel Hossain  Bangladesh    West Indies    Dhaka          10-12-2012

      (1,6,6,6,4,,6)

 

26    Suresh Raina   India         South Africa   Johannesburg   30-3-2012

      (4,6,wkt,6,4,6)

26    John Hastings  Australia     South Africa   Johannesburg   6-3-2016

      (4,6,6,4,wkt,6)

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Most runs in the 20th over to win a match (a record in World T20I)

 

24     Carlos Braithwaite (6,6,6,6 - successive deliveries - the first four balls off Ben Stokes
(England) - for West Indies in the final at Eden Gardens, Kolkata - a record to win the
match in the last over in a World T20I outstripping the 23 hit by Mitchell Johnson (1) &
Mike Hussey (6,6,4,6) off the first five balls from Saeed Ajmal - Australia vs Pakistan
(World T20 semi-final) at Gros Islet on May 14, 2010.

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Most runs in the last two overs while chasing 

 

38     19th over - 22 runs - 6,6,6 & 4 Gunaratne off Henriques

20th over - 16 runs - 4,6,1,1 & 4 Gunaratne and Malinga off Tye

(36 runs were required for a win in the last two overs) – Since

12 runs were scored in the 18th over, the last three overs 

produced 50 runs) - Sri Lanka vs Australia at Geelong on 19-2-2017

 

39     19th over - 16 runs - 4,2,2,(leg bye),2,2,4 Mike Hussey off Mohd.Amir

       20th over - 23 runs - 1,6,6,4,6 Mitchell Johnson & Mike Hussey off Saeed Ajmal

(34 runs were required for a win in the last two overs)

Australia vs Pakistan - semi-final of ICC World Twenty20 - St.Lucia on 14-5-2010)

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Best Partnership for any wicket:

 

Runs Wkt. Pair                              For        Opponent    Venue         Date

171* 1st   Martin Guptill & Kane Williamson N.Zealand  Pakistan    Hamilton      17.1.2016

170  1st   Graeme Smith & Loots Bosman      S.Africa   England     Centurion     15.11.2009

166  2nd   Mahela Jayawardene & Sangakkara  S.Lanka    West Indies Bridgetown    7.5.2010

161  4th   David Warner & Glenn Maxwell     Australia  S.Africa    Johannesburg  6.3.2016

159  2nd   Alex Hales & Ravi Bopara         England    West Indies Nottingham    24.6.2012

152  3rd   Alex Hales & Eoin Morgan         England    Sri Lanka   Chittagong    27.3.2014

152  2nd   Chris Gayle & Marlon Samuels     W.Indies   S.Africa    Johannesburg  11.1.2015

145  1st   Chris Gayle & Devon Smith        W.Indies   S.Africa    Johannesburg  11.9.2007

145  2nd   Tillakaratne Dilshan & Mahela    S.Lanka    England     Chittagong    27.3.2014            Jayawardene

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Bowling Records

 

Most wickets in career

 

Wkts.  Ave.   Matches  Bowler           For

97     24.35  98       Shahid Afridi    Pakistan

89     19.65  67       Lasith Malinga   Sri Lanka

85     16.97  60       Umar Gul         Pakistan

85     17.83  64       Saeed Ajmal      Pakistan

70     20.84  59       Shakib Al Hasan  Bangladesh

66     14.42  39       Ajantha Mendis   Sri Lanka

66     23.18  58       Nuwan Kulasekara Sri Lanka

65     22.93  56       Stuart Broad     England

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Best Bowling in an innings:

 

Wkts.  Bowler              For           Opponents      Venue          Date

6/8    Ajantha Mendis      S.Lanka       Zimbabwe       Hambantota     18.9.2012

6/16   Ajantha Mendis      S.Lanka       Australia      Pallekele      8.8.2011

6/25   Yuzvendra Chahal    India         England        Bangalore      1.2.2017

5/3    Rangana Herath      S.Lanka       New Zealand    Chittagong     31.3.2014

5/3    Rashid Khan         Afghanistan   Ireland        Greater Noida  10.3.2017

5/6    Umar Gul            Pakistan      New Zealand    The Oval       13.6.2009

5/6    Umar Gul            Pakistan      South Africa   Centurion      3.3.2013

5/13   Elias Sunny         Bangladesh    Ireland        Belfast        18.7.2012

5/13   Samiullah Shenwari  Afghanistan   Kenya          Sharjah        24.11.2013

5/14   Imad Wasim          Pakistan      West Indies    Dubai (DSC)    23.9.2016

5/18   Tim Southee         N.Zealand     Pakistan       Auckland       26.12.2010

5/19   Ryan McLaren        S.Africa      West Indies    North Sound    19.5.2010

5/19   Ahsan Malik         Netherlands   South Africa   Chittagong     27.3.2014

5/20   Nehemiah Odhiambo   Kenya         Scotland       Nairobi        4.2.2010

5/22   Mustafizur Rahman   Bangladesh    New Zealand    Kolkata        26.3.2016

5/23   David Wiese         S.Africa      West Indies    Durban         14.1.2015

5/24   Alasdair Evans      Scotland      Netherlands    Edinburgh      11.7.2015

5/24   Imran Tahir         S.Africa      New Zealand    Auckland       17.2.2017

5/26   Darren Sammy        W.Indies      Zimbabwe       Port of Spain  28.2.2010

5/27   Mark Watt           Scotland      Netherlands    ICCA Dubai     5.2.2016

5/27   James Faulkner      Australia     Pakistan       Mohali         25.3.2016

5/31   Lasith Malinga      S.Lanka       England        Pallekele      1.10.2012

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Bowlers capturing 4 wickets or more on T20I debut

 

Wkts  Bowler               For          Opponent    Venue          Date

5/13  Elias Sunny          Bangladesh   Ireland     Belfast        18-7-2012

4/10  Barinder Sran        India        Zimbabwe    Harare         20-6-2016

4/15  Ajantha Mendis       Sri Lanka    Zimbabwe    King City (NW) 10-10-2008

4/17  Devendra Bishoo      W.Indies     Pakistan    Gros Islet     21-4-2011

4/19  Harvir Baidwan       Canada       Netherlands Belfast        2-8-2008

4/19  Kaushalya Weeraratne S.Lanka      Pakistan    King City (NW) 11-10-2008

4/21  Alex Cusack          Ireland      Scotland    Belfast        2-8-2008

4/21  Pragyan Ojha         India        Bangladesh  Nottingham     6-6-2009

4/23  Lakshan Sandakan     Sri Lanka    S.Africa    Johannesburg   22-1-2017  

4/24  Jon Lewis            England      Australia   Southampton    13-6-2005

4/29  Michael Kasprowicz   Australia    New Zealand Auckland       17-2-2005

4/33  Barry McCarthy       Ireland      Afghanistan Greater Noida  10-3-2017 

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Top Bowling performances in terms of economy rate on T20I debut

(Minimum three wickets)

 

ER     Figures     Bowler             For           Opponent    Venue         Date

1.75   4-0-7-3     Shadab Khan        Pakistan      W.Indies    Bridgetown    26-3-2017

2.25   4-0-9-3     Garey Mathurin     W.Indies      England     The Oval      25-9-2011

2.25   4-0-9-3     Bhuvneshwar Kumar  India         Pakistan    Bengaluru     25-12-2012

2.25   4-0-9-3     Shakti Gauchan     Nepal         Hong Kong   Chittagong    16-3-2014

2.50   4-0-10-4    Barinder Sran      India         Zimbabwe    Harare        20-6-2016

3.00   1-0-3-3     Mansoor Amjad      Pakistan      Bangladesh  Karachi       20-4-2008

3.25   4-1-13-5    Elias Sunny        Bangladesh    Ireland     Belfast       18-7-2012

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Three wickets in the first over on T20I debut

 

Bowler         For      Victims             Opponent   Venue      Date 

Mansoor Amjad  Pakistan Mahmudullah,        S.Lanka    Karachi    20-4-2008

                        Mashrafe Mortaza

                        & Shahadat Hossain

Tyrone Kane    Ireland  Matthew Cross,      Scotland   Bready     18-6-2015

                        Michael Leask &

                        Kyle Coetzer

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Wickets with first two balls in Twenty20 Internationals

 

Bowler               For        Victims           Opponent      Venue        Date

Michael Kasprowicz   Australia  Stephen Fleming   N.Zealand     Auckland     17-2-2005

                                 Matthew Sinclair

Lockie Ferguson      N.Zealand  Sabbir Rahman     Bangladesh    Napier       3-1-2017

                                 Soumya Sarkar

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Hat-tricks:

 

Bowler           For               Opponents       Venue            Date

Brett Lee        Australia         Bangladesh      Cape Town        1.9.2007

                 (victims: Shakib Al Hasan, Mashrafe Mortaza and Alok Kapali)

 

Jacob Oram       N.Zealand         Sri Lanka       Colombo,RPS      2.9.2009

                 (victims: Angelo Matthews, Malinga Bandara and Nuwan Kulasekara)

 

Tim Southee      N.Zealand         Pakistan        Auckland         26.12.2010

                 (victims: Younis Khan, Mohammad Hafeez and Umar Akmal)

 

Thisara Perera   S.Lanka           India           Ranchi           12.2.2016

                 (victims: Hardik Pandya, Suresh Raina and Yuvraj Singh)

 

Lasith Malinga   S.Lanka           Bangladesh      Colombo, RPS     6.4.2017

                 (victims: Mushfiqur Rahim, Mashrafe Mortaza and Mehedi Hasan Miraz)

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All-round records

 

50 and 3 wickets in the same match

 

Runs  Wkts. Ct. All-rounder          For           Opponent      Venue        Date

86    3/25  0   Mohammad Hafeez      Pakistan      South Africa  Centurion    3-3-2013

77    3/19  1   Rohan Mustafa        UAE           Afghanistan   Fatullah     19-2-2016

72    3/34  0   Shane Watson         Australia     India         Colombo,RPS  28-9-2012

71    4/10  0   Mohammad Hafeez      Pakistan      Zimbabwe      Harare       16-9-2011

66*   4/38  0   Dwayne Bravo         W.Indies      India         Lord's       12-6-2009

62    3/34  1   Trent Johnston       Ireland       Afghanistan   Abu Dhabi    30-11-2013

61    4/14  0   Samiullah Shenwari   Afghanistan   Canada        Dubai (CA)   18-3-2012

60*   3/23  0   Yuvraj Singh         India         Sri Lanka     Mohali       12-12-2009

59    4/15  0   Shane Watson         Australia     England       Adelaide     12-1-2011

56    3/27  1   Ryan ten Doeschate   Netherlands   Kenya         Belfast      2-8-2008

54*   3/30  1   Mohammad Hafeez      Pakistan      Zimbabwe      Harare       24-8-2013

51*   3/21  0   Sanath Jayasuriya    Sri Lanka     New Zealand   Wellington   22-12-2006

51    3/18  1   Jean-Paul Duminy     S.Africa      Sri Lanka     Colombo, RPS 2-8-2013

51    3/11  2   Mohammad Hafeez      Pakistan      Zimbabwe      Harare       18-9-2011

51    3/26  1   Shane Watson         Australia     Ireland       Colombo, RPS 19-9-2012

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50 + 3 catches as a fielder in the same match

 

Runs  Ct. Player          For            Opponent    Venue          Date

91*   3   Martin Guptill  NZ             Zimbabwe    Auckland       11-2-2012

89    3   Mohammad Nabi   Afghanistan    Ireland     Greater Noida  12-3-2017

80    3   Martin Guptill  NZ             Pakistan    Mohali         22-3-2016

76    3   Paul Stirling   Ireland        Afghanistan Abu Dhabi      30-11-2013

63    3   AB de Villiers  SA             India       Nottingham     16-6-2009

62*   3   George Munsey   Scotland       UAE         Edinburgh      9-7-2015

54    3   Adnan Ilyas     Oman           Afghanistan Fatullah       20-2-2016

50    3   Sabbir Rahman   Bangladesh     Zimbabwe    Khulna         20-1-2016

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Career all-round records - 1000 runs and 40 wickets

 

All-rounder    For   Mt  Runs  HS   Ave.   100  50  Wkts   Best  Ave.   4WI  SR    Ct.

Shahid Afridi  Pak   98  1405  54*  18.01  0    4   97     4/11  24.35  3    22.1  30

Shakib Al Hasan Ban  59  1208  84   23.68  0    6   70     4/15  20.84  3    18.0  17

Dwayne Bravo   WI    66  1142  66*  24.29  0    4   52     4/28  28.26  2    20.0  35

Shane Watson   Aus   58  1462  124* 29.24  1    10  48     4/15  24.72  1    19.3  20

Mohammad Hafeez Pak  78  1619  86   22.48  0    9   46     4/10  24.52  1    21.8  22

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Wicketkeeping Records:

 

Most dismissals in an innings:

 

Dis. Ct. St.  Wicketkeeper         For           Opponents     Venue          Date 

4    4   -    Adam Gilchrist       Australia     Zimbabwe      Cape Town      12.9.07

4    4   -    Matt Prior           England       S.Africa      Cape Town      16.9.07

4    4   -    Adam Gilchrist       Australia     N.Zealand     Perth          11.12.07

4    -   4    Kamran Akmal         Pakistan      Netherlands   Lord's         9.6.09

4    3   1    Niall O'Brien        Ireland       S.Lanka       Lord's         14.6.09

4    4   -    Mahendra Singh Dhoni India         Afghanistan   Gros Islet     1.5.10

4    2   2    Abraham de Villiers  S.Africa      W.Indies      North Sound    19.5.10

4    3   1    Gary Wilson          Ireland       Kenya         Dubai(DSC)     14.3.12

4    4   -    Abraham de Villiers  S.Africa      Zimbabwe      Hambantota     20.9.12

4    4   -    Mahendra Singh Dhoni India         Pakistan      Colombo,RPS    30.9.12

4    2   2    Quinton de Kock      S.Africa      Pakistan      Dubai (DSC)    13.11.13

4    4   -    Wesley Barresi       Netherlands   Kenya         Dubai (CA)     23.11.13

4    -   4    Denesh Ramdin        W.Indies      Pakistan      Dhaka          1.4.14

4    1   3    Richmond Mutumbami   Zimbabwe      Scotland      Nagpur         10.3.16

4    3   1    Quinton de Kock      S.Africa      Afghanistan   Mumbai         20.3.16

4    3   1    Dinesh Chandimal     S.Lanka       S.Africa      Johannesburg   22.1.17

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40 runs + 4 dismissals in the same match

 

Runs     Dis           Wicketkeeper     For          Opponent    Venue         Date

48* + 4  (2ct + 2 st)  Quinton de Kock  S.Africa     Pakistan    Dubai (DSC)   13.11.2013

45 + 4   (3ct + 1 st)  Quinton de Kock  S.Africa     Afghanistan Mumbai        20.3.2016

41 + 4   (0ct + 4 st)  Kamran Akmal     Pakistan     Netherlands Lord's        9.6.2009

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50 runs + 3 dismissals in the same match

 

3 - 3 + 50  Kamran Akmal       Pakistan      Australia   Gros Islet    14-5-2010

3 2 1 + 64  Brendon McCullum   New Zealand   Zimbabwe    Harare        17-10-2011

3 2 1 + 53  Sam Billings       England       Pakistan    Dubai (DSC)   26-11-2015

3 2 1 + 80  Mohammad Shahzad   Afghanistan   Oman        Dubai (DSC)   20-1-2017

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Most dismissals in a career

 

Dis. Ct. St.  Matches  Wicketkeeper           For

66   43  23   77       Mahendra Singh Dhoni   India

60   28  32   58       Kamran Akmal           Pakistan

52   25  27   58       Mohammad Shahzad       Afghanistan

51   32  19   58       Denesh Ramdin          West Indies

46   22  24   59       Mushfiqur Rahim        Bangladesh

45   25  20   56       Kumar Sangakkara       Sri Lanka

39   30  9    30       Quinton de Kock        South Africa

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Most Man of the Match awards

 

Player           For           Awards

Shahid Afridi    Pakistan      11

Virat Kohli      India         9

Chris Gayle      West Indies   9

Shane Watson     Australia     9

Mohammad Shahzad Afghanistan   9

Mohammad Hafeez  Pakistan      8

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Most Matches as Captain

 

Captain               For         Matches  Won   Lost  Tied  NR  Winning %

Mahendra Singh Dhoni  India       72       41    28    1     2   59.28

William Porterfield   Ireland     56       26    26    0     4   50.00

Darren Sammy          WI          47       27    17    1     2   61.11

Shahid Afridi         Pakistan    43       19    23    1     0   45.34

Peter Borren          Netherlands 37       21    15    0     1   58.33

Asghar Stanikzai      Afghanistan 36       27    9     0     0   75.00

Faf du Plessis        S.Africa    32       19    13    0     0   59.37

Paul Collingwood      England     30       17    11    0     2   60.71

Mohammad Hafeez       Pakistan    29       17    11    1     0   60.34