(Kohli & Guppy not far behind)
# Rohit equal Kohli for 6th
Time reached 50+ in t20i as
# 4th time Rohit/Dhawan put on 100 partnership in t20i --Only instance, no players Did in internationals
# 10th time Rohit hits 75+ score in t20i.Gayle 8 times
#2 in the list.
#India become #1 team who
While chasing won 41- t20i out of 61 t20i
(Aus #2 with 40 win in 67-t20i)
# Shewag in 2009 scored 2255 in calender year in t20i. Rohit now 2061* in 2019 in t20i.
For India in all 3 format
"100 play matches record"
Did by Captain's
17 Oct 1984-Gavaskar test
20 Mar 1987-Kapil dev ODI
07 NOV 2019-Rohit T20i
Stats - Dawid Malan, Eoin Morgan take England to new T20I heights
241 for 3 - England's total in the Napier T20I, which is their highest ever in T20Is. Their previous highest was 230 for 8 in their successful chase against South Africa in the 2016 World T20. This is also the second-highest total by any team against New Zealand, behind Australia's 245 for 5 in Auckland last year.
182 - The partnership between Dawid Malan and Eoin Morgan, which is the fourth-highest for any wicket in all T20Is. It is the highest by a non-opening pair and highest for any wicket for England. Before this, the highest stand by an England pair was 159, by Alex Hales and Ravi Bopara against West Indies in 2012.
2 - Malan became the second England batsman to score a century in T20Is. The first was by Hales against Sri Lanka in the 2014 World T20. Malan completed his ton off 48 balls while Hales had taken 60 balls. Malan's is the second fastest T20I hundred by any batsman against New Zealand; Richard Levi's 45-ball hundred remains the fastest.
76 - Runs by England in the last four overs of their innings - the most by any team in a T20I. The previous highest was 75 by Afghanistan against Ireland in Greater Noida in 2017. England got 28 runs of the 17th over, 15 of the 18th, 25 of the 19th and eight of the last one. Overall, they accumulated 153 runs in the last ten overs, which is the joint third-highest for any team. They scored 20 or more runs in four of the last ten overs.
6 - Number of 50-plus scores for Malan in his short T20I career of nine games so far. He has scored 458 runs in nine innings and averages 57.25. Overall, this was Malan's fourth century in all T20s. Among England players, only Luke Wright has more T20 centuries (seven); Joe Denly and Jason Roy also have four centuries each.
91 - Morgan's score in this game, which is his highest in T20Is going past his 85 not out versus South Africa in Johannesburg ten years ago. It's also his best in all T20s - his previous best was 90. He struck seven sixes in his innings, the joint-most by an England batsman in a T20I innings. This was the third time he hit seven sixes in a T20I innings.
21 - Balls taken by Morgan to complete his fifty, the fastest by an England batsman in the format. He bettered Jos Buttler's 22-ball effort against Australia at Edgbaston last year. It is the joint-fastest by any batsman against New Zealand, equaling Cameron White's innings in Christchurch in 2010.
Wow salute to Deepak
Stats highlights: Chahar registers best-ever figures in T20Is
November 10 2019
Chahar finished with astonishing figures of 6 for 7.
Statistical highlights from India's 2-1 series win over Bangladesh in Nagpur
6/7 by Deepak Chahar is the best ever figures in the history of T20 Internationals which is over 1000 matches old. Chahar broke the previous record held by Sri Lanka's Ajantha Mendis who took six for eight against Zimbabwe in Hambantota in the T20 WC in 2012.
Best figures in T20Is
Player Figures For Against Venue Date
Deepak Chahar 6/7 Ind Ban Nagpur 10-Nov-19
Ajantha Mendis 6/8 SL Zim Hambantota 18-Sep-12
Ajantha Mendis 6/16 SL Aus Pallekele 8-Aug-11
Yuzvendra Chahal 6/25 Ind Eng Bengaluru 1-Feb-17
Rangana Herath 5/3 SL NZ Chattogram 31-Mar-14
Rashid Khan 5/3 Afg Ire Greater Noida 10-Mar-17
3 Better figures than Chahar's in all T20 cricket - Colin Ackerman (7/18), Arul Suppiah (6/5) and Shakib Al Hasan (6/6). Lasith Malinga and Kyle Jamieson also recorded identical figures of 6/7. The previous best figures by an Indian bowler in T20 format was Services' Deepak Punia's 6/14 against Haryana in Delhi in 2015.
1 Chahar became the first Indian bowler to take a hat trick in T20 Internationals. Overall it is the 12th hat trick in T20 Internationals, out of which six have come in 2019. The other Indians to take hat tricks in other formats are Harbhajan Singh, Irfan Pathan and Jasprit Bumrah in Tests and Chetan Sharma, Kapil Dev, Kuldeep Yadav and Mohammed Shami in ODIs.
Hat tricks for India
Bowler Format Figures Against Venue Date
Chetan Sharma ODI 3/51 NZ Nagpur 31-Oct-87
Kapil Dev ODI 4/31 SL Kolkata 4-Jan-91
Harbhajan Singh Test 7/123 Aus Kolkata 11-Mar-01
Irfan Pathan Test 5/61 Pak Karachi 29-Jan-06
Kuldeep Yadav ODI 3/54 Aus Kolkata 21-Sep-17
Mohammed Shami ODI 4/40 Afg Manchester 22-Jun-19
Jasprit Bumrah Test 6/27 WI Kingston 31-Aug-19
Deepak Chahar T20I 6/7 Ban Nagpur 10-Nov-19
4 This was the fourth instance of India winning a three-match bilateral T20 International series after losing the first match in the series. The previous such wins came against Sri Lanka at home in 2016, in Zimbabwe in 2016 and against England at home in 2017. Overall, this is the 13th instance of India playing the third match of a bilateral series (excluding series having abandoned games) out of which they ended up winning 12.
3 Yuzvendra Chahal became the third Indian bowler to reach the milestone of 50 wickets in T20Is after R Ashwin and Jasprit Bumrah. 34 matches to the milestone makes him the quickest Indian and fifth-quickest to the milestone behind Ajantha Mendis (26), Rashid Khan (31), Imran Tahir (31) and Mustafizur Rahman (33).
81 by Mohammad Naim is the highest individual score for Bangladesh against India in T20 Internationals. He surpassed 77 by Sabbir Rahman in the finals of Nidahas Trophy in Colombo RPS in 2018. At the age of 20 years & 80 days, he is the third-youngest to score a T20I fifty for Bangladesh and the youngest to do so against India.
98 The third wicket partnership of 98 between Naim and Mohammad Mithun is the highest for Bangladesh for any wicket against India surpassing 65 between Mushfiqur Rahim and Sabbir Rahman in Colombo RPS in 2018.
34/8 Bangladesh collapsed from 110/2 in 12.5 overs to 144 all-out losing eight for 34 in a span of 39 balls. There is only one other instance of a team (Full Member) collapsing from 100-plus with two down to a total lower than 144 - England collapsed from 119/2 to 127 all out against India in Bengaluru in 2017, thankas to Chahal's 6/25.
November 15 2019 by Deepu Narayanan
Agarwal's double ton powered India as they scored 407 runs on Day 2
12 Innings taken by Mayank Agarwal to score his second double century in Test cricket.
Only player in the history of the game took fewer innings to score his second double century - five innings by Vinod Kambli. His first double hundred came against South Africa in Vizag last month.
243 by Mayank is the fifth-highest by an Indian opening batsman in Test cricket. All the four higher scores belong to one player - Virender Sehwag. It is also the second highest individual score for India against Bangladesh behind Sachin Tendulkar's unbeaten 248 in Dhaka in 2004/05.
Highest individual scores by an Indian opener
Player Runs Against Venue Season
Virender Sehwag 319 SA Chennai 2007/08
Virender Sehwag 309 Pak Multan 2003/04
Virender Sehwag 293 SL Mumbai (BS) 2009/20
Virender Sehwag 254 Pak Lahore 2005/06
Mayank Agarwal 243 Ban Indore 2019/20
Vinoo Mankad 231 NZ Chennai 1955/56
Vinoo Mankad 223 NZ Mumbai (BS) 1955/56
206 runs scored by Mayank on the second day - he started off on 37 and was dismissed for 243. There are only five instances of an Indian batsman scoring more runs in a day's play and three of those by Virender Sehwag.
Most runs in a day's play for India
Player Runs on day Final score Against Venue Season
Virender Sehwag 284 293 SL Mumbai (BS) 2009/20
Virender Sehwag 257 319 SA Chennai 2007/08
Karun Nair 232 303 Eng Chennai 2016/17
Virender Sehwag 228 309 Pak Multan 2003/04
MS Dhoni 206 224 Aus Chennai 2012/13
Mayank Agarwal 206 243 Ban Indore 2019/20
8 Sixes hit by Mayank in his 330-ball marathon - the joint-most in an innings for an Indian batsman. He equaled the previous record set by Navjot Sidhu against Sri Lanka in Lucknow in 1993/94.
4 Double hundreds scored by India in four Tests this home season - Mayank 215 in Vizag, Virat Kohli 254* in Pune, Rohit Sharma 212 in Ranchi and Mayank's 243 this Test. This is the first instance of a team having a double centurion in four successive Tests.
407 Runs scored by India in the day's play - they started the day on 86/1 and finished at 493/6. Only twice they aggregated more in a single day's play - 417/2 against Sri Lanka in Kanpur in 2009/10 and 443/1 against the same opponent in the following Test at the Brabourne Stadium.
Kohli surpasses Dhoni with 10th innings win as captain
November 16 2019
India have won the last three Test by an innings
10 Innings wins for India in 52 Tests under the captaincy of Virat Kohli - the most for an Indian captain. Kohli surpassed the previous record of nine innings wins in 60 Tests under MS Dhoni. The overall record is 22 by Graeme Smith, who led South Africa and ICC World XI in 109 Tests.
Innings wins for India under Kohli
Margin Against Venue Season
Inngs & 92 runs WI North Sound 2016
Inngs & 36 runs Eng Mumbai WS 2016/17
Inngs & 75 runs Eng Chennai 2016/17
Inngs & 53 runs SL Colombo SSC 2017
Inngs & 171 runs SL Pallekele 2017
Inngs & 239 runs SL Nagpur 2017/18
Inngs & 272 runs WI Rajkot 2018/19
Inngs & 137 runs SA Pune 2019/20
Inngs & 202 runs SA Ranchi 2019/20
Inngs & 130 runs Ban Indore 2019/20
3 This was India's third successive innings win following similar wins against South Africa in Pune and Indore in their preceding series. This was the third time India had done so following wins against England and Zimbabwe in 1992/93 and against Sri Lanka in 1993/94, all six coming under the stewardship of Mohammad Azharuddin.
6 This was India's sixth successive win in Test cricket following a 2-0 win in the Caribbean and 3-0 drubbing of South Africa at home last month. They equalled their longest winning streak of six in the year 2013 under MS Dhoni when they beat Australia 4-0 and followed it up with a 2-0 whitewash over West Indies at home.
India in Tests in 2019
Result Margin Toss Against Venue Start Date
Draw - won Aus Sydney 3-Jan-19
Won 318 runs lost WI North Sound 22-Aug-19
Won 257 runs lost WI Kingston 30-Aug-19
Won 203 runs won SA Vizag 2-Oct-19
Won Inngs & 137 runs won SA Pune 10-Oct-19
Won Inngs & 202 runs won SA Ranchi 19-Oct-19
Won Inngs & 130 runs lost Ban Indore 14-Nov-19
243 Runs scored by Mayank Agarwal in this Test. He outscored Bangladesh's total in each innings - 150 and 213 - thereby becoming the sixth Indian batsman to do so. The last instance happened in their previous Test match when Rohit Sharma's 212 outnumbered South Africa's totals of 162 and 133 in Ranchi.
Indian batsmen outscoring the opposition in both innings
Player Runs Inngs 1 Against Inngs 1 Inngs 2 Venue Season
Vinoo Mankad 231 537/3 d NZ 209 219 Chennai (CS) 1955/56
Rahul Dravid 270 600 Pak 224 245 Rawalpindi 2003/04
Sachin Tendulkar 248 526 Ban 184 202 Dhaka 2004/05
Virat Kohli 213 610/6 d SL 205 166 Nagpur 2017/18
Rohit Sharma 213 497/9 d SA 162 133 Ranchi 2019/20
Mayank Agarwal 243 493/6 d Ban 150 213 Indore 2019/20
4/31 by Mohammed Shami is his third-best figure on home soil behind 5/35 against South Africa in Vizag last month and 5/47 against West Indies on his debut in Kolkata in 2013. Shami now was 88 wickets in the second innings of Test matches at an average of 21.38 and a strike rate of 32.72.
444 runs aggregated by Mushfiqur Rahim is the most for a Bangladesh batsman against India in Tests. Rahim averages 55.50 in five Tests against India compared to his career average of 35.05.
13 Bangladesh have now lost 13 of their 14 away Tests since the start of 2014. They have lost each of their last seven away games of which five came by an innings margin and two others by 333 and 166 runs respectively. This is their eighth defeat in ten contests against India, of which four have been innings defeats.
Kohli will cross many more milestones -
20- Centuries for Virat Kohli in Tests. He's the fifth-fastest, in terms of innings (105), to the landmark, behind Donald Bradman (55), Sunil Gavaskar (93), Matthew Hayden (95) and Steven Smith (99). Since Kohli's debut, only one player has scored more centuries than he has - Smith, with 21.
11- Indian batsmen to complete 5000 runs in Tests, with Kohli being the latest addition. He's the fourth-quickest among the 11 to the landmark. Gavaskar (95), Virender Sehwag (99) and Sachin Tendulkar (103) got there in fewer innings.
50- Innings for Kohli to complete 3000 runs as Test captain, the fifth-fastest to this feat. Bradman did it in a record 37 innings, Mahela Jayawardene in 48 and Graham Gooch in 49. Earlier today, Smith also completed 3000 runs as captain in the Adelaide Day-Night Test playing his 50th innings.
2002- The last time an India batsman scored three or more successive Test centuries; Rahul Dravid made four in a row. Kohli scored his third consecutive century after bagging a duck in the first innings of this series against Sri Lanka. Vijay Hazare (1949 to 1951), Polly Umrigar (1961), Gavaskar (twice: 1971 and 1978) and Vinod Kambli (1993) are the other India batsmen with three back-to-back Test match centuries.
6- Hundreds for Kohli, across formats, against Sri Lanka in 2017 - four in Tests and two in ODIs. No batsman has made more in a single year of international cricket against a single opposition. Desmond Haynes in 1984 and Tendulkar in 1998 had hit six tons against Australia previously.
110- Balls taken by Kohli to complete a century - his fastest in Tests. He had got one in 119 balls in the first Test of this series, which was his previous fastest. He got to his fifty in 52 balls, also his fastest. M Vijay scored his fastest half-century as well, off 67 balls.
6- Kohli has converted each of his last six fifties into hundreds, beginning from the 235 against England at Wankhede last year. He's the first India batsman to do so. The only player with a better conversion rate is Bradman, with 12.
283- Runs put on by Kohli and Vijay in partnership with each other - a new record for India against Sri Lanka. They took over from Mohammad Azharuddin and Kapil Dev, who added 272 for the sixth wicket in 1986-87.
2010- Last time an India opener scored three or more Test centuries in a year - Sehwag actually made five. Vijay is the first since then with three hundreds this year. It was also the first time he has scored centuries in successive Tests. With a hundred in the Ranji Trophy ahead of the Sri Lanka series, he now has three back-to-back first-class tons.
Pakistan at the Gabba
1981 - Lost by 10 wickets
1983 - Draw
1995 - Lost by an inns & 126 runs
1999 - Lost by 10 wickets
2016 - Lost by 39 runs
2019 - Lost by inns & 5 runs
Pakistan have lost their last five Tests away from home
Lost by inns & 55 runs vs ENG, Leeds 2018
Lost by 6 wickets vs RSA, Centurion 2018
Lost by 9 wickets vs RSA, Cape Town 2019
Lost by 107 runs vs RSA, Johannesburg 2019
Lost by inns & 5 runs vs AUS, Brisbane 2019
Australia have not lost at the Gabba since 1988 - 31 Tests, 24 won, 7 draws
185 - Marcus Labubghest first-class score and his maiden Test century. In his last eight Test innings, Labuschagne has five scores of fifty or more. Only five batsmen from Australia have made bigger Test scores against Pakistan. Labuschagne's 185 is also the third-highest score at No. 3 for Australia since Ricky Ponting's retirement.
Yasir conceded 200 runs on most occasions in Tests
3 - Test innings in which Yasir Shah has conceded 200 runs or more. He is the only bowler to concede 200 on more than two occasions. Two of the three innings have been in Australia, while the other was in Manchester. Saqlain Mushtaq and Vinoo Mankad are the other two bowlers who have conceded 200-plus runs on two occasions. The 205 runs conceded by Yasir are the most by a bowler at the Gabba, going past the 194 by Mushtaq Ahmed in 1999.
436 - Runs scored by Australia's top three, their second-most in a home Test and sixth-highest ever. Unfortunately, both David Warner and Labuschagne missed out on double-centuries.
4 - Bigger totals conceded by Pakistan against Australia in Tests than the 580 at the Gabba. In the six Tests Pakistan have played at the Gabba, they have conceded 512, 509, 463, 575, 429 and 580 in the first innings.
2006 - The last time Pakistan bowled more than 157 overs in an innings outside Asia. This was against England at Lord's. In their last four Tests in Australia, Pakistan have bowled an average of 141 overs in the first innings.
Has Smith found his bunny? ESPNcricinfo Ltd
7 Dismissals for Steven Smith against Yasir Shah in six Tests. Only Stuart Broad has dismissed Smith on more occasions (eight times) than Yasir. In nine innings against Yasir, Smith has scored 191 runs from 382 balls at an average of 27.28.
296 - Balls faced by David Warner, the most in an innings in his Test career so far. His previous highest was 286 balls, while scoring 253 against New Zealand in Perth.
22 - Balls bowled by Pakistan's fast bowlers from around the wicket on day three to Warner. Warner scored one run and was dismissed. In all of day two, Pakistan's quicks only bowled 25 balls to him from that angle.
Brendon Kurrupu # 1 ( vs likes of Richard Hadlee who took 4 fer) by Minutes (777) & Ball (548)
BJ Watling played a marathon innings of 473 balls in the company of Mitchell Santner, helping New Zealand post their highest ever total against England in Mount Maunganui. Here are some of the records broken by the New Zealand batsmen during their innings.*
1 - Number of Test innings by wicketkeepers longer than Watling's 473-ball effort. Sri Lanka's Brendon Kuruppu had faced 548 balls for his unbeaten 201 against New Zealand in 1987. Click here for a list of the longest innings by keepers in Tests.
BJ Watling's innings was the second longest in terms of balls faced by a keeper in recorded Test history.
9 - Number of double-centuries by designated keepers in Test matches before Watling's 205. Watling is only the ninth gloveman to hit a double-century in Tests. Bangladesh's Mushfiqur Rahim has got two double hundreds as the designated keeper.
BJ Watling's double-hundred was only the tenth by a wicketkeeper in Tests
0 - Number of double-hundreds by wicketkeepers against England in Tests before this. Budhi Kunderan's 192 at Chepauk in 1963-64 was the previous highest. Watling's 205 is also the first double-century by a designated New Zealand keeper in Tests. Brendon McCullum's 185 against Bangladesh in 2010 was the previous best.
872 - Balls faced by Watling in his last three Test innings. The New Zealand keeper has batted out 949 deliveries in his six Test innings in 2019. Watling has faced an average of 189 deliveries per dismissal in Tests in 2019, which is the most by any batsman this year. Among batsmen who have faced at least 500 balls this year, Steven Smith is second on this list having faced 151 balls on an average per dismissal.
968 - Balls faced by in total by New Zealand's fifth-wicket pair onwards in this innings - the third most by the last six wickets in any Test innings. New Zealand's innings lasted 201 overs after they had lost their fourth wicket as early as in the 40th over of the innings. New Zealand feature at the top of this particular list too. Their last six wickets had faced 1055 deliveries in the Wellington Test against India in 2013-14.
500 - Balls faced in the stand between Watling and Santner - the fifth-longest partnership for any wicket for New Zealand in Tests. It is also the third longest for the seventh wicket or lower in Tests.
2010 - The last time there was a longer innings than Santner's 269-ball innings by a batsman at No. 8 or lower in Tests. Stuart Broad had faced 297 balls at Lord's against Pakistan on that occasion. Santner's innings is the tenth longest in recorded Test history by a batsman at No. 8 or lower.
0 - Number of totals by New Zealand against England in Tests higher than their 615 for 9 dec in this innings. Their previous highest was 551 for 9 dec, which they posted at Lord's back in 1973. This is New Zealand's ninth 600-plus total in Tests, and the second this year. They had amassed a score of 715 for 6 dec against Bangladesh earlier this year in Hamilton.
5 - Number of 600-plus totals conceded by England in away Tests in the last-three years - the most by any team in this period. Bangladesh are the only other team to concede more than one such total playing away.
2 - Number of times England have had to toil in the field for longer than the 201 overs they bowled to New Zealand here, in Tests since 2000. The last time they were in the field this long was in Cape Town in 2016, when their bowlers sent down 211 overs. The other instance had come in 2004 against West Indies in Antigua, where they had to bowl 202 overs.
England had to bowl 200-plus overs for only the third time in Tests since 2000
0 - Number of 250-plus run stands for the seventh wicket or lower against England in Tests before 2019. England have conceded two such stands this year, including the one in this match. Jason Holder and Shane Dowrich added an unbeaten 295 runs against them in West Indies' second innings of the Bridgetown Test in January. Of the six 200-plus stands for the seventh wicket or lower against England in Tests, three have come in the last three years. Virat Kohli and Jayant Yadav had added 241 runs in the Mumbai Test in 2016-17. Click here for the highest partnership for the seventh wicket or lower against England in Test matches.
*All stats on partnerships and innings length are from games where balls faced data is available
Afg vs WI, Lucknow
West Indies won by 9 wkts
AFG - 187, 120
WI - 277, 33/1 (6.2 Ovs)
Man of the Match: Rakheem Cornwall for his 10-wicket match haul, the third best figures ever by a West Indies bowler in India.
First win for WI since 1995 in India: M 11, W 1, L 8, D 2
Afghanistan's four Test results:-
Lost vs IND, Bangalore 2018
Won vs IRE , Dehradun 2019
Won vs BAN, Chattogram 2019
Lost vs WI, Lucknow 2019*
First win for WI away from home in their last 7 Tests
Won vs AFG, Lucknow 2019*
Lost vs BAN, Dhaka 2018
Lost vs BAN, Chattogram 2018
Lost vs IND, Hyderabad 2018
Lost vs IND, Rajkot 2018
Lost vs NZ, Hamilton 2017
Lost vs NZ, Wellington 2017
Last 5 result in Asia when visiting team opt to field:
Won by 9 wkts - WI vs AFG, Lucknow 2019*
Lost by 202 runs - NZ vs SL, Galle 2009
Draw - ENG vs SL, Galle 2007
Lost by 240 runs WI vs SL, Kandy 2005
Won by ings & 310 runs WI vs BAN, Dhaka 2002
Result when visiting team opt to bowl in India:-
Won - AUS vs IND, Kolkata 1969
Draw - WI vs IND, Mumbai 1978
Draw - ENG vs IND, Chennai 1982
Draw - NZ vs IND, Mohali 1999
Won - AUS vs IND, Mumbai 2001
Won - WI vs AFG, Lucknow Today*
West Indies is the first team since 2002 to win a Test match when a visiting team chose to field in Asia. Previously too, it was West Indies, who won against Bangladesh in Dhaka.