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99*
199*

Not out overnight

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Stats: Pant's unique ton & Pujara's dubious record

January 13 2022

Pant became the first Asian keeper to score a Test century in South Africa.

Indian batters' record 'caught' dismissals, Rishabh Pant scaling unsurmounted peaks, Pujara's unwanted record and other stats highlights from the fourth day of the series decider between South Africa and India in Cape Town:

1 ✍️Rishabh Pant became the first designated wicketkeeper from Asia to score a century in Tests in South Africa, surpassing the previous highest of 90 by MS Dhoni in Centurion in 2010/11. This is Pant's third Test century outside Asia following 114 at the Oval and 159* at the SCG - a tally matched by all other Indian wicketkeepers combined.

✍️Hundreds by designated WK for India outside Asia

Player Runs Inngs Vs Venue Season
Vijay Manjrekar 118 3 WI Kingston 1952/53
Ajay Ratra 115* 1 WI St John's 2002
Wriddhiman Saha 104 1 WI Gros Islet 2016
Rishabh Pant 114 4 Eng The Oval 2018
Rishabh Pant 159* 1 Aus Sydney 2018/19
Rishabh Pant 100* 3 SA Cape Town 2021/22
20 Indian batters dismissed caught in this Test - the first ever instance of all 20 wickets of a team falling to catches in a Test. There were five previous instances of 19 dismissals each including one by India - against South Africa in Durban in 2010/11.

🤣Most batsmen from a team dismissed caught in a Test

Dismissals Team Vs Venue Season
20 Ind SA Cape Town 2021/22
19 Eng Aus Brisbane 1982/83
19 Pak Aus Sydney 2009/10
19 Ind SA Durban 2010/11
19 Eng Aus Brisbane 2013/14
19 SA Eng Cape Town 2019/20
55 Indian batsmen dismissed caught across the three Tests this series - the most ever in a series of three or fewer Tests, the previous highest being 48 caught dismissals by Pakistan in New Zealand in 2009/10. Of the 55 catches, 21 were caught by the wicketkeeper which equals the record for a series of three or fewer Tests. 21 Indian batsmen were dismissed caught behind during their 1985/86 tour to Sri Lanka.

🤣91.70% 55 of the 60 Indian batsmen in this series were dismissed caught - 18 in Centurion, 17 in Johannesburg and all 20 in Cape Town. It happens to be the highest percentage of such dismissals for any team in a multi-Test series. The previous highest percentage for a series was 91.30% each - 21 caught dismissals out of 23 wickets - Australia in their tour to New Zealand in 2015/16 and India in their home series against Sri Lanka in 1997/98.

🤣198 by India is their lowest all-out total involving an individual century. The previous lowest was 208 against New Zealand in Wellington in 1998/99 when Mohammad Azharuddin made an unbeaten 103.

✍️Lowest all-out totals for India including an individual century

:sofa: Total Top scorer Vs Venue Season
198 Rishabh Pant (100*) SA Cape Town 2021/22
208 Mohd Azharuddin (103*) NZ Wellington 1998/99
215 Kapil Dev (129) SA Port Elizabeth 1992/93
219 Sachin Tendulkar (122) Eng Edgbaston 1996
227 Sachin Tendulkar (111) SA Johannesburg 1992/93
7 Instances of Cheteshwar Pujara getting dismissed without adding to the overnight score - the most by a batsman in Test cricket. Pujara went past six such instances each by Chris Cairns and Jacques Kallis, while the previous most for India was five by Rahul Dravid.

❤19 wickets by Marco Jansen is the most by a South African bowler in their debut series since their re-admission to international cricket in 1992. Jansen went past 16 wickets by Shaun Pollock in five Tests against England in 1995/96. Overall for South Africa, there are 12 instances of a bowler taking 20 or more in their maiden series with Godfrey Lawrence's 28 wickets against New Zealand in 1961/62 (his only series) occupying the top slot.❤

20 🤣wickets by Kagiso Rabada in the series is the joint-second most for South Africa in a series against India behind Dale Steyn's 21 scalps when India visited the shores in 2010/11. Allan Donald also picked 20 wickets each against India twice - in 1992/93 and in 1996/97, both at home.

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One of the records was the highest percentage of dot balls in an innings since 2000. Now, South Africa holds the record of playing percentage of dot balls the most in an innings in the Delhi match after the innings ended at 91.96% of dot balls in the fourth innings. They played 790 dot balls out of 859 balls faced.09-Dec-2015
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SL hold test record of 154 Consecutive Dot ball vs Australia at Pallekelle

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What is the highest partnership in a T20 match?
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What is the highest partnership in a T20 match?

Also: what is the record for the most ducks in a first-class innings?


Yash Dhull's 113 in both innings is the record for the highest identical scores made by a batter in their debut first-class match PTI

Yash Dhull played his first first-class match last week, and made 113 in both innings. Has this happened before? asked Sanjit Srivastava from Canada, and many others

In his first match since leading India to victory over England in the Under-19 World Cup in Antigua, the exciting Delhi prospect Yash Dhull marked his first-class debut by scoring 113 and 113 not out against Tamil Nadu in the Ranji Trophy in Guwahati.

Dhull is the ninth to score twin centuries on his first-class debut, but the first of those to make the same score in both innings. The previous record for a debutant was two scores of 56, by Bert "Poddy" Davie for Tasmania against Victoria in Launceston in February 1922, almost exactly 100 years before Dhull's effort.

Overall, there had been 24 previous instances of a player making the same score of 100 or more in both innings of a first-class game. The highest such double is 146 (run out) and 146 (not out), by John Langridge for Sussex against Derbyshire in Worthing in 1949. The highest in Tests is a brace of 105s by Duleep Mendis for Sri Lanka against India in Madras in 1982-83.

Who was the first man to score two centuries in the same Test? asked David Johnson from Ireland
Scoring two centuries in a Test has become relatively commonplace (it has been achieved 87 times now) but the first instance - and the only one in the first 45 years of Test cricket - was by the durable Australian Warren Bardsley, who made 136 and 130 for Australia against England at The Oval in 1909. Seventeen years later, aged 43, Bardsley carried his bat for 193 against England at Lord's.

In the first innings of a recent Ranji Trophy match, five Mumbai batters were out for ducks - was this a record? asked Siddharth from India
Mumbai's five duck-makers in the first innings of their match against Goa in Ahmedabad last week might be relieved to know they are well short of the record. There are many instances of six ducks in an innings (the most recent by Sussex - who still totalled 300 - against Derbyshire in Hove last September), and 34 cases of seven, the most recent by Sui Southern Gas against Multan in Pakistan's Quaid-e-Azam Trophy in Multan in September 2018.

But there are eight first-class innings that contained eight ducks, most of them in the far-distant past. The most recent of these came in July 1942, when Barbados skittled Trinidad for 16 in Bridgetown, with medium-pacer Derek Sealy taking 8 for 8. Trinidad's openers made 13 between them, but all the other batters were out for 0, apart from Gerry Gomez who remained undefeated with 3.

The previous instance of eight ducks in an innings came during a famous County Championship match in 1922, when Warwickshire dismissed Hampshire for 15 at Edgbaston: Hampshire followed on, made 521, and won by 155 runs.

Hazratullah Zazai's 236-run stand with Usman Ghani against Ireland is the highest partnership for the first wicket in a T20 match

Multan Sultans had two hundred partnerships in their innings in a recent Pakistan Super League match. How rare is this? asked Sheraz Muzafar from Pakistan

In the match you're talking about, for Multan Sultans against Quetta Gladiators in the PSL in Lahore last month, Mohammad Rizwan put on 119 for the first wicket with Shan Masood, then 103 for the second with the South African Rilee Rossouw, who clouted 71 from 26 balls. This was the 12th occasion that a senior T20 innings had contained two separate hundred partnerships.

Virat Kohli and AB de Villiers put on 229 for RCB in an IPL game in 2016. Is this the highest in any T20 match? asked Peter Manford from England

That partnership of 229 came for Royal Challengers Bangalore against Gujarat Lions at the Chinnaswamy Stadium in 2016; Virat Kohli hit 109, and AB de Villiers 129 not out. It's the overall IPL record, and the highest for the second wicket in all T20s - but there has been one higher opening partnership. For Afghanistan against Ireland in a T20I in Dehradun in February 2019, Hazratullah Zazai (162 not out, with 16 sixes) and Usman Ghani (73) put on 236 for the first wicket.

In all, there have been 15 partnerships of 200 or more in senior T20 cricket, three of them in international matches.

And there's an update to one of last week's questions, from Sameeranga Patwari from India
"Regarding the question about the most runs added after the loss of the fifth wicket, in one-day internationals the highest is actually 267, by New Zealand against Sri Lanka in Dunedin in January 2015. They were on the back foot at 93 for 5, but recovered to 360 for 5 - so added 267 - mainly thanks to the No. 7 Luke Ronchi, who scored 170 not out."

This is correct, so I'm sorry for misleading everyone last week - I must have entered something incorrectly when I did the search for ODIs. There was another instance higher than the two I mentioned: in Chennai in June 2007, the Asian XI were 72 for 5 against Africa, before Mahela Jayawardene (107) and MS Dhoni (139 not out), lifted them to 331 for 8. For what I believe is now the correct list, click here.

Shiva Jayaraman of ESPNcricinfo's stats team helped with some of the above answers
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STATS ANALYSIS

Ravindra Jadeja - the sting in India's tail
The allrounder adds much needed heft to India's batting down the order

Shiva Jayaraman
05-Mar-2022

In 43 innings, Ravindra Jadeja has crossed fifty 14 times BCCI
Ravindra Jadeja's rise as a batter in Tests couldn't have come at a better time, for in the recent past India have been lacking the middle-order heft that they have been used to. While his 175* in Mohali came with the team in relative comfort, Jadeja has often provided much needed padding that India's batting has required, even in Tests at home.

In terms of overall numbers, Jadeja has been one of the key batters for India in the last five years: he has scored 1441 runs at an average of 46.48. With a cut-off as low as 300 runs scored by any batter in this period, only Rohit Sharma and Virat Kohli average higher. Naturally, for someone batting at No. 6 and 7 largely, the average is expected to get a boost because of a higher number of unbeaten innings. What stands out in Jadeja's case, however, is the number of fifty-plus scores he has made batting largely with the lower order. In 43 innings, he has crossed 50 on 14 occasions - once every 3.07 innings on average. That's just a fraction lower than how frequently Rohit (13 in 39 innings) and Kohli (25 in 75 innings) have managed in the last-five years.


Moreover, 551 of Jadeja's 1441 runs were scored with India already six down in the innings. That means 38.2% of his runs have come batting with the lower order. No one, among batters with a cut-off of at least 1000 runs in the last five years, has been that productive. Even Jason Holder, who is the next batter in this list is at 29.3% - almost 9% lower than Jadeja. And if you think R Ashwin batting at No. 8 has helped his cause, like he did in the first innings here, then think again, because Ashwin has averaged a poor 20.11 with the bat during this period.


Mohali was yet another example of how Jadeja plays a crucial part in India putting up massive totals. The allrounder scored 140 of the 223 runs his team made after the fall of the sixth wicket to finally finish on 574.

The average total put up by Test teams in the last five years is approximately 300. Jadeja has scored 1074 runs at an average of 63.2 when India have scored 300 or more. He has made 11 fifty-plus scores in these innings. In the last three years, Jadeja's role in India putting up such totals has become even greater. He has contributed 49.2 runs per 300-plus innings which more than Kohli's contribution in the last three years.


Seventeen of these 25 Jadeja innings have come with him having to bat with the lower order (after the fall of the sixth wicket), and he has contributed 37% of the runs India have scored in these conditions. Only one man has ever done better in the last five years. (min. 10 innings of batting after the fall of the sixth wicket)


In making the highest score by an Indian at No. 7 or lower, Jadeja has underscored the value he brings to this team. Not since the man he took the record from have India had a better allrounder, because lets not forget he's pretty good with the ball too.
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Iconic Stats of 100 & 90's in same test

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1st 2nd
Abid Ali* Pakistan 133 91 26/11/2021 Bangladesh Zahur Ahmed Chowdhury Stadium

M Amarnath India 90 100 16/12/1977 Australia WACA Ground

H M Amla South Africa 109 96 22/01/2016 England SuperSport Park

M A Atherton England 94* 118 14/02/1997 New Zealand AMI Stadium

K F Barrington England 101 94 15/02/1963 Australia Sydney Cricket Ground

C G Borde India 109 96 06/02/1959 West Indies Arun Jaitley Stadium

A R Border Australia 98* 100* 16/03/1984 West Indies Queen's Park Oval

G Boycott England 99 112 30/03/1974 West Indies Queen's Park Oval

K C Brathwaite* West Indies 134 95 25/08/2017 England Headingley

S Chanderpaul West Indies 92 153* 26/05/2005 Pakistan Kensington Oval

S Chanderpaul West Indies 128* 97* 22/07/2004 England Lord's

A N Cook England 94 139* 26/02/2009 West Indies Kensington Oval

A N Cook England 96 106 03/06/2011 Sri Lanka Lord's

M C Cowdrey England 114 97 17/02/1960 West Indies Sabina Park

R M Cowper Australia 92 108 23/12/1967 India Adelaide Oval

P A de Silva Sri Lanka 96 123 01/03/1991 New Zealand Eden Park

A B de Villiers South Africa 92 109 21/01/2005 England SuperSport Park

T M Dilshan Sri Lanka 92 123* 18/08/2009 New Zealand Galle International Stadium

G Gambhir India 179 97 19/12/2008 England Punjab Cricket Association IS Bindra Stadium

S C Ganguly India 239 91 08/12/2007 Pakistan M Chinnaswamy Stadium

P A Gibb England 93 106 24/12/1938 South Africa Old Wanderers

H H Gibbs South Africa 161 98 13/01/2005 England Wanderers Stadium

C G Greenidge West Indies 93 107 22/11/1974 India M Chinnaswamy Stadium

Hanif Mohammad Pakistan 104 93 04/12/1964 Australia Melbourne Cricket Ground

M E K Hussey Australia 118 93 16/09/2011 Sri Lanka Sinhalese Sports Club Ground

J H Kallis South Africa 92 150* 10/03/2004 New Zealand Seddon Park

A P E Knott England 101 96 05/03/1971 New Zealand Eden Park

V Kohli* India 97 103 18/08/2018 England Trent Bridge

V Kohli* India 119 96 18/12/2013 South Africa Wanderers Stadium

J L Langer Australia 191 97 16/12/2004 Pakistan WACA Ground

B C Lara West Indies 91 122 19/04/2003 Australia Queen's Park Oval

D R Martyn Australia 114 97 26/10/2004 India Vidarbha Cricket Association Ground

A D Mathews* Sri Lanka 91 157* 31/12/2013 Pakistan Sheikh Zayed Stadium

N D McKenzie South Africa 94 155* 26/03/2008 India MA Chidambaram Stadium

L R D Mendis Sri Lanka 111 94 23/08/1984 England Lord's

Mohammad Hafeez Pakistan 96 101* 09/11/2014 New Zealand Sheikh Zayed Stadium

Mohsin Khan Pakistan 94 101* 10/12/1982 India Gaddafi Stadium

S M Nurse West Indies 95 168 27/02/1969 New Zealand Eden Park

R T Ponting Australia 101 99 26/12/2008 South Africa Melbourne Cricket Ground

M H Richardson New Zealand 93 101 20/05/2004 England Lord's

Saeed Anwar Pakistan 94 136 09/08/1994 Sri Lanka P Sara Oval

K C Sangakkara Sri Lanka 92 152 01/12/2007 England Asgiriya Stadium

R R Sarwan West Indies 94 106 15/02/2009 England Antigua Recreation Ground

G S A Sobers West Indies 152 95* 28/03/1968 England Bourda

B A Stokes* England 92 101 21/05/2015 New Zealand Lord's

A J Strauss England 126 94* 17/12/2004 South Africa St George's Park

M A Taylor Australia 334* 92 15/10/1998 Pakistan Arbab Niaz Stadium

P M Toohey Australia 122 97 28/04/1978 West Indies Sabina Park

P G V van der Bijl South Africa 125 97 03/03/1939 England Kingsmead

S R Watson Australia 93 120* 26/12/2009 Pakistan Melbourne Cricket Ground

Younis Khan Pakistan 91 149* 08/03/2001 New Zealand Eden Park

Zaheer Abbas Pakistan 176 96 16/10/1978 India Iqbal Stadium

No. of Players = 52
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