Troubled with Ads? Install Dainik Bhaskar app for news without ads
Ahmedabad33 minutes ago
- Copy link
In the world’s largest cricket stadium, Team India defeated England 3–2 in the 5 T-50 series. During this time, Captain Virat Kohli and Rohit Sharma along with Team India made many big records. English batsman David Malan also broke Babur Azam’s record.
1. Kohli became the captain with the highest score of 50+ 12 times
In the last T20 of the series, captain Virat Kohli scored an 80-run knock off 52 balls. With this, Virat has become the captain to score 50+ scores the most 12 times. In this case, he overtook New Zealand captain Ken Williamson (11 times). Australian captain Aaron Finch, who is at number three, has done this feat 10 times.
2. Rohit the second batsman to score 130+ sixes
Indian opener Rohit scored 5 sixes in this innings. With this, their total number of Sixers in T20 International has increased to 133. He became the second batsman to hit the most sixes. New Zealand’s Martin Guptill leads the table with 139 sixes.
3. India’s highest score against England
The Indian team had scored 224 runs after losing 2 wickets in the last match. This is Team India’s largest and overall fourth highest score against England in T20 International. Earlier, India had the highest score of 218/4 against England which was made during the first T20 World Cup (in 2007) in Durban.
4. Malan breaks Babur Azam’s record
Malan has become the fastest batsman to score 1,000 runs in T20 International. He achieved this feat after scoring 65 runs in this match. This is his 24th innings. Malan broke the record of Babar Azam of Pakistan. Babar had completed 1,000 runs in 26 innings. At the same time, Malan became the 7th batsman of England to score a thousand runs. Earlier, Jason Roy, Eoin Morgan, Jose Butler, Alex Hales, Kevin Pietersen and Johnny Bairstow have scored 1,000 runs.
5. First cricketer to score 3 thousand runs in Virat T20
In the second T20 of the series, Kohli scored an unbeaten 73 runs off 49 balls. With this, he has become the first player in the world to score 3000 runs in T20 International. Kohli has so far scored 3159 runs in 90 T20s at an average of 52.65. New Zealand’s Martin Guptill is second with 9939 runs in 99 matches.
6. 12 thousand runs completed as captain in all three formats of Kohli
Indian captain Virat Kohli has become the first captain to score 12 thousand runs in all three formats (Test, ODI, T20). He is the third number in the world. Former Australian captain Ricky Ponting is at the top with 15440 runs.
7. Virat is out for the 14th time as a captain
Virat Kohli was out on zero in the first match of the series. He is out for the 14th time in international cricket as a captain without opening an account. Now he has also become the Indian captain who gets out on zero most times. He has surpassed Sourav Ganguly’s record of 13 zeros. Dhoni was out 11 times as captain, Kapil Dev 10 times at zero.
8. Second Indians to put Fifty in Ishaan Debut T20
Ishaan Kishan made his debut from the second match of the series. In this, he scored 56 runs off 32 balls. With this, he became the second Indian and the 44th player in the world to score 50+ in the first T20. Ajinkya Rahane achieved this feat before him. Rahane scored a 61-run knock against England in 2011 at Manchester.
9. Ishaan first Indian to hit 4 sixes in a debut match
Ishaan hit 4 sixes in his innings. With this, he became the first Indian to hit the maximum sixes in a debut match. Rahul Dravid and Murali Vijay have hit 3-3 sixes before them. Vijay achieved this feat in 2010 and Dravid in 2011. Serbia’s Leslie Denbar and Canada’s Ravinder Pal Singh hit 10 sixes in a debut match in the world.
10. Suryakumar made Fifty in debut
Suryakumar also made his debut from the second match, but his batting did not come. He got a batting opportunity in the fourth match, in which he scored an innings of 57 runs off 31 balls. With this, he became the 5th player from India to put a fifty in his debut innings. Before him Ajinkya Rahane, Ishaan Kishan, Rohit Sharma and Robin Uthappa made their debut in the innings.
11. Rohit completed 9 thousand runs in T20 format
In the fourth T20 of the series, Rohit had scored 11 runs. With this, he also completed 9000 runs in T20 format. He is the second player from India to do so. Rohit has scored 9065 runs in 330 innings in T20s so far. Kohli is on top by scoring 9,731 runs in 289 innings.
12. Chahal became India’s top wicket taker in T20
In the first match of the series, leg-spinner Yuzvendra Chahal took just 1 wicket for 44 runs in 4 overs. With this Chahal became the highest Indian bowler to take 60 wickets in T20 International. He has left Jasprit Bumrah (59 wickets) behind.