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  • 4th ODI: India vs New Zealand at Bangalore – Statistical Highlights

    - India won the toss and invited New Zealand to bat first providing the 26th occasion of India inserting the opposition in India-New Zealand one day series.

     

    - RS Mahanama was officiating his 150th match as as one day referee in this match. He became the first referee in the history of one day games to officiate 150 matches.

     

    - Yuvraj Singh pouched his 75th catch playing for India when he caught MJ Guptill of A Nehra for 30. Other Indian fielders to pouch 75 plus catches are - MA Azharuddin {156} : SR Tendulkar {134} : R Dravid {125} : SC Ganguly (99} : A Kumble {85} and V Sehwag {81}.

     

    - SB Styris was playing his 150th one day innings. He became the ninth New Zealand batsman to play 150 plus innings. Others are - SP Fleming {268}: NJ Astle {217}: CZ Harris {213}: CL Cairns {192}: CD McMillan {183}: DL Vettori {162}: AC Parore {161} and BB McCullum {151}.

     

    - JEC Franklyn scored 98 not out in this game providing the 78th occasion of a New Zealand bowler scoring a half century and

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  • 2nd Test: Australia vs England at Adelaide – Statistical Highlights

    - Australia won the toss and elected to bat first providing the 131st occasion of Australia doing so against England. It also provides the 74th occasion of Australia doing so on home soil.

     

    - SM Katich was run out for zero in the first innings of this test providing the 195th occasion of an Australian batsman run out against England. It also provides the 27th occasion of an Australian batsman run out without scoring against England.

     

    - SM Katich was run out for zero in the first innings of this test providing the 45th occasion of an Australian opening batsman run out against England. SM Katich became the first Australian opening batsman run out without scoring against England.

     

    - SM Katich became the second Australian batsman to be run out for zero without facing a ball against England. RM Hogg is the other batsman dismissed in such a manner at Birmingham in Jul 1981.

     

    - SM Katich became the first Australian opening batsman run out for a duck without facing ball against England.

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  • Four three figure partnerships in a Test innings

    - In the ongoing second test between Australia and England at Adelaide, England posted a tatal of 620 for 5 declared.  England's innings contained four three figure partnerships - 173 for the second wicket between AN Cook and IJL Trott : 174 runs for the third wicket between AN Cook and KP Pietersen : 101 runs between KP Pietersen and PD Collingwood and 116 runs for the fifth wicket between KP Pietersen and IR Bell.

     

    - England batsmen's feat provides the eighth occasion of a team posting four three figure partnerships in an innings in the annals of test cricket. It also provides the second occasion of England's batsmen performing such a feat against Australia, the first such occasion was at The Oval in 1938 in England's first innings.

     

    - The following are the other seven occasions in which a team has posted four three figure partnerships: England posted a total of 903 for seven declared against Australia at The Oval in Aug 1938. England's first innings contained four three figure

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  • 3rd ODI: India vs New Zealand at Vadodara – Statistical Highlights

    - India won the toss and invited New Zealand to bat first providing the 25th occasion of India inserting the opposition in India-New Zealand one day series.

     

    - BB McCullum was playing his 150th one day innings. He became the eighth New Zealand batsman to play 150 plus innings. Others are - SP Fleming {268} : NJ Astle {217} : CZ Harris {213} : CL Cairns {192} : CD McMillan {183} : AC Parore {161} and DL Vettori {161}.

     

    - BB McCullum scored a duck in this game providing the 58th occasion of a New Zealand batsman scoring a duck against India in one day games. BB McCullum collected his third duck against India when he failed to score in this game. The other two occasions are - at Auckland on 11.01.03 and at Napier on 03.03.09.

     

    - BB McCullum became the fifth New Zealand batsman to score three ducks against India. Others are - NJ Astle, CZ Harris, AC Parore and MS Sinclair.

     

    - BB McCullum is one of the six New Zealand batsmen who have collected ten or more ducks in one day games. He has

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  • 2nd ODI: Bangaldesh vs Zimbabwe at Dhaka – Statistical Highlights

    - Shakib Al Hasan was playing his 100th one day appearance in this game. He became the seventh Bangladesh cricketer to play 100 one day games. Others are - Mohammad Ashraful {162} : Khaled Mashud {126} : Mohammad Rafique {123} : Mashrafe Mortaza {114} : Habibul Bashar {111} and Abdur Razak {109}.

     

    - Abdur Razzak captured five for 30 in this game which represent his seventh four wicket haul in one day games. The other six occasions are - 4 for 33 vs Zimbabwe at Khulna on 30.11.06: 5 for 33 vs Zimbabwe at Bogra o 05.12.06: 4 for 23 vs Scotland at Dhaka on 17.12.06: 4 for 39 vs West Indies at Roseau on 26.07.09 and 5 for 29 vs Zimbabwe at Dhaka on 29.10.09 and 4 for 41 vs Zimbabwe at Mirpur on 01.12.10.

     

    - Abdur Razzak now holds the record for most four plus wicket hauls by a Bangladesh bowler. He wrested the record from Mashrafe Mortaza who also has captured four plus wickets on six occasions.

     

    - Abdur Razzak's 5 for 41 and Shakib Al Hasan's 4 for 39 in this game provide the 36th and

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  • 1st ODI: Bangladesh vs Zimbabwe at Dhaka – Statistical Highlights

    - Abdur Razzak captured four for 41 in this game which represent his sixth four wicket haul in one day games. The other five occasions are - 4 for 33 vs Zimbabwe at Khulna on 30.11.06: 5 for 33 vs Zimbabwe at Bogra o 05.12.06: 4 for 23 vs Scotland at Dhaka on 17.12.06: 4 for 39 vs West Indies at Roseau on 26.07.09 and 5 for 29 vs Zimbabwe at Dhaka on 29.10.09.

     

    - Abdur Razzak shares the record for most four plus wicket hauls by a Bangladesh bowler with Mashrafe Mortaza who also has captured four plus wickets on six occasions - 4 for 31 vs Zimbabwe at Harare on 04.08.07: 6 for 26 vs Kenya at Nairobi {Gym} on 15.08.06 : 4 for 38 vs India at Trinidad on 17.03.07 : 4 for 41 vs Zimbabwe at Harare on 29.07.06 : 4 for 44 vs New Zealand at Dhaka on 09.10.08 and 4 for 65 vs Pakistan at Karachi on 19.04.08.

     

    - Abdur Razzak's 4 for 41 in this game provide the 35th occasion of a Bangladesh bowler capturing four or more wickets in one day games. His figures represents the 12th occasion of a

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  • 2nd ODI: India vs New Zealand at Jaipur – Statistical Highlights

    - India won the toss and inserted the opposition providing the 24th occasion of India inserting New Zealand after it had won the toss in India-New Zealand one day series.

     

    - MJ Guptill's 70 in this game provide the 75th occasion of a New Zealand batsman scoring a half century against India. SB Styris' 59 provide the 76th occasion of a New Zealand batsman scoring a half century against India.

     

    - MJ Guptill's 70 and SB Styris' 59 in this game provide the 88th and 89th occasion of a New Zealand batsman scoring fifties against India.

     

    - MJ Guptill's 70 in this game provide the 37th occasion of a New Zealand opening batsman scoring a fifty against India. His knock represents the 29th occasion of a New Zealand batsman scoring a half century against India.

     

    - MJ Guptill's 70 in this game represent his eight one day half century and ninth fifty. It also represents his highest score against India. His previous best against India was 64 at Napier on 03.03.09, SB Styris' 59 represent his 26th

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  • 1st Test: Australia vs England at Brisbane – Statistical Highlights

    - Australia capped XJ Doherty for this test. He became the 417th Australian cricketer to represent Australia in tests.  He became the 237th Australian cricketer to make his test deubt against England.

     

    - AJ Strauss was dismissed for zero in the first innings of this test providing the 43rd occasion of an England captain collecting a duck against Australia. His duck provides the 14th occasion of an England captain opener collecting a duck against Australia.

     

    - PM Siddle performed the hat trick in the first innings of this test. His victims were - AN Cook, MJ Prior and SJC Broad. His feat provides the 38th occasion of a bowler performing the hat trick in the annals of test cricket.

     

    - His feat provides the eleventh occasion of an Australian bowler performing the hat trick against various oppositions. His feat provides the fifth occasion of an Australian bowler peforming the hat trick against England.

     

    - PM Siddle captured 6 for 54 in the first innings providing the 118th occasion

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  • 1st ODI: India vs New Zealand at Guwahati – Statistical Highlights

    - India capped WP Saha for this game. He became the 190th cricketer to represent India in one day games. He became the 20th Indian cricketer to make his debut against New Zealand.

     

    - WP Saha became the 157th cricket to make his debut as wicket keeper batsman in the history of one day games. He is 20th Indian wicket keeper batsman to make debut in one day games.

     

    - WP Saha became the fifth Indian wicket keeper batsman to make his debut against New Zealand. Others are - SMH Kirmani at Christchurch on 21.02.76 : P Krishnamurthy at Aucland on 22.02.76 : CS Pandit at Sharjah on 10.04.86 and PA Patel at Queenstown on 04.01.03.

     

    - WP Saha became the first Indian wicket keeper to make his one day debut against New Zealand on Indian soil.

     

    - G Gambhir became the 227th captain in the history of one day game to lead a country. He became India's 21st one day captain. He became the 13th Indian captain to lead against New Zealand. He is the 103rd captain from various countries to lead against

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  • 2nd Test: Pak vs SA at Abu Dhabhi – Statistical Highlights

    - Abu Dhabhi became the 103rd ground in the annals of test cricket to hast a test match. It became the third ground after Sharjah and Dubai to host a test match in United Arab Emirates.

     

    - Pakistan capped Ashad Rafiq and Tanvir Ahmed for this test. They became the 201st and 202nd cricketers to represent Pakistan in test cricket. They became the 10th and 11th cricketers to make debut against Pakistan.

     

    - South Africa posted 584 for 9 declared in its first innings to provide the 42nd occasion of it posting a total of 500 plus runs in an innings against various oppositions. This total represents the second occasion of South Africa posting a total of 500 plus runs in a test innings. The first occasion was at 620 for 7 declared at Cape Town in Jan 2003.

     

    - This total represents the second highest total in an innings posted on a neutral ground. The highest total is 594 posted at Dhaka against Sri Lanka in Dhaka in Mar 1999.

     

    - JH Kallis scored 105 in this test which is his 37th test

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