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4th ODI: England vs India at Lord’s

- England won
the toss, inserted the opposition in this game and the match ended in a tie.
This is the second occasion of match ending in tie when England had inserted the opposition.
The first such occasion was also at Lord's on 02.07.05 against Australia

 

- England won
the toss, inserted the opposition in this game and the match ended in a tie.
This is the tenth occasion of a match ending in a tie after a team has inserted
the opposition in the annals of one day games. All the ten such occasions are
listed below

 

No

Team

Result

Toss

Bat

Opposition

Ground

Start Date

1

Pakistan

tied

won

2nd

v West Indies

Lahore

22 Nov 1991

2

West Indies

tied

won

2nd

v India

Perth

06 Dec 1991

3

Zimbabwe

tied

won

2nd

v India

Indore

18 Nov 1993

4

Australia

tied

won

2nd

v West Indies

Georgetown

21 Apr 1999

5

South Africa

tied

won

2nd

v Australia

Birmingham

17 Jun 1999

6

South Africa

tied

won

2nd

v England

Bloemfontein

02 Feb 2005

7

England

tied

won

2nd

v Australia

Lord's

02 Jul 2005

8

Zimbabwe

tied

won

2nd

v Ireland

Kingston

15 Mar 2007

9

New Zealand

tied

won

2nd

v England

Napier

20 Feb 2008

10

England

tied

won

2nd

v India

Lord's

11 Sep 2011

 

- This game
ended in a tie between the two teams providing the 25th occasion of
a tied game in the annals of one day games

 

- The tied
game provides the second occasion of a tied game at Lord's, the first being the
England-Australia game on 02.07.05. Lord's became the fourth ground in the
annals of one day games to witness tied games on two occasions. Others are - Georgetown, Napier and
Sharjah

 

- This tied
game provides the seventh tied game for England
and fifth tied game for India.
Other teams to be involved in five or more tied games are - Australia {08}, Pakistan
{06}, New Zealand {05}, West
Indies {05} and Zimbabwe
{05}

 

- This is the
second game which was tied under Duckworth Lewis Method employed for rain hit
game. The first such game was between South
Africa and Sri Lanka
at Durban on
03.03.03. This game was the 40th World Cup game of 2002-03 World Cup
held in South Africa, Zimbabwe and Kenya

 

- SK Raina and
MS Dhoni added 169 runs for the fifth wicket in this game providing the 40th
occasion of a century stand in a one day game at Lord's. This stand also represents
the sixth occasion of a three figure stand in a one day game at Lord's. The six
occasions are listed below

 

No

Partners

Wkt

Runs

Team

Opp

Ground

Start Date

1

MS Dhoni, SK
Raina

5

169

Ind

Eng

Lord's

11 Sep 2011

2

Inzamam-ul-Haq,
Mohd Yousuf

5

162

Pak

Aus

Lord's

04 Sep 2004

3

R Dravid,
Yuvraj Singh

5

131*

Ind

Eng

Lord's

29 Jun 2002

4

CL King,
IVA Richards

5

139

Win

Eng

Lord's

23 Jun 1979

5

MEK Hussey,
SE Marsh

5

107

Aus

Eng

Lord's

03 Jul 2010

6

PD
Collingwood, A Flintoff

5

103

Eng

Aus

Lord's

10 Jul 2005

 

- SK Raina and
MS Dhoni added 169 runs for the fifth wicket in this game providing the record
stand for the fifth wicket in a one day game at Lord's. The previous best was
the 162 runs partnership between Inzamam-ul-Haq and Mohd Yousuf of Pakistan against Australia on 04.09.04

 

- SK Raina and
MS Dhoni added 169 runs for the fifth wicket in this game providing the fifth
occasion of a century stand by Indian batsmen for various wickets in a one day
game at Lord's.  The five occasions are
listed below

 

No

Partners

Wkt

Runs

Opposition

Ground

Start Date

1

MS Dhoni, SK
Raina

5

169

v England

Lord's

11 Sep 2011

2

R Dravid,
Yuvraj Singh

5

131*

v England

Lord's

29 Jun 2002

3

M Kaif,
Yuvraj Singh

6

121

v England

Lord's

13 Jul 2002

4

SC Ganguly,
V Sehwag

1

109

v England

Lord's

29 Jun 2002

5

SC Ganguly,
V Sehwag

1

106

v England

Lord's

13 Jul 2002

 

 

- SK Raina and
MS Dhoni added 169 runs for the fifth wicket in this game providing the record
stand for the fifth wicket and also for any wicket by Indian batsmen in a one
day game at Lord's. The previous best was the 131 runs unfinished partnership
for the fifth wicket between R Dravid and Yuvaraj Singh vs England on 29.06.02

 

- SK Raina and
MS Dhoni added 169 runs for the fifth wicket in this game providing the 313th
occasion of Indian batsmen posting a century stand in one day games. This stand
also provide the 34th occasion of Indian batsmen posting a three
figure partnership for the fifth wicket in one day games

 

- SK Raina and
MS Dhoni added 169 runs for the fifth wicket in this game providing the 34thh
occasion of Indian batsmen posting a century stand against England in one day games. This
stand also provides the fifth occasion of Indian batsmen posting a three figure
partnership for the fifth wicket against England. The five century stands
are listed below

 

No

Partners

Wkt

Runs

Opp

Ground

Start Date

1

MS Dhoni, SK
Raina

5

169

v Eng

Lord's

11 Sep 2011

2

SK Raina,
Yuvraj Singh

5

142

v Eng

Margao

03 Apr 2006

3

R Dravid,
Yuvraj Singh

5

131*

v Eng

Lord's

29 Jun 2002

4

A Jadeja,
SR Tendulkar

5

108

v Eng

Sharjah

11 Dec 1997

5

MS Dhoni,
Yuvraj Singh

5

105

v Eng

Rajkot

14 Nov 2008

 

- SK Raina and
MS Dhoni added 169 runs for the fifth wicket in this game providing the record
stand for the fifth wicket by Indian batsmen in a one day game against England.
The previous best was the 142 runs partnership for the between SK Raina and
Yuvraj Singh at Margao on 03.04.06

 

- RS Bopara
scored 96 in this game providing the eleventh occasion of a England batsman scoring a ninety against India.
He also became the first England
batsman to score a ninety against India at Lord's. His knock provides
the 40th occasion of a England batsman and 452nd
scoring a ninety against various oppositions in one day games

 

- MS Dhoni's
78 not out represent his 26th half century as captain. He is one of
the four Indian captains who have scored 25 or more half centuries in one day
games. Others are - M Azharuddin {37}, SC Ganguly {30} and R Dravid {25}

 

- MS Dhoni's
78 not out represent his 30th fifty as captain. He is one of the
three Indian captains who have scored 30 or more fifties in one day games.
Others are - M Azharuddin {41}  and, SC
Ganguly {41}

 

- MS Dhoni
with his 30 fifties became the ninth captain in the annals of one day games to
score 30 or more fifties. The complete list is detailed below

 

No

Captains

Team

Mat

Inns

NO

Runs

HS

Ave

50+

1

RT Ponting

Aus

73

73

12

5965

164

97.78

73

2

SP Fleming

NZl

45

45

12

3402

*134

103.09

45

3

GC Smith

RSA

45

45

7

3430

141

90.26

45

4

M
Azharuddin

Ind

41

41

17

3051

*153

127.12

41

5

SC Ganguly

Ind

41

41

9

3430

144

107.18

41

6

A Ranatunga

Srl

41

41

15

2947

*131

113.34

41

7

ST
Jayasuriya

Srl

35

35

2

2968

189

89.93

35

8

WJ Cronje

RSA

31

31

8

2156

94

93.73

31

9

MS Dhoni

Ind

30

30

11

2237

124

117.73

30

 

- SK Raina and
MS Dhoni added 169 runs for the fifth wicket in this game to provide the 427th
occasion of a team posting 150 plus runs partnerships in the annals of one day
games. This stand also represents the 75th occasion of Indian
batsmen posting 150 plus runs partnerships in one day games.

 

- SK Raina and
MS Dhoni added 169 runs for the fifth wicket in this game to provide the 21st
occasion of a team posting 150 plus runs partnerships for the fifth wicket in
the annals of one day games. This stand also represents the fourth occasion of
Indian batsmen posting 150 plus runs partnerships for the fifth wicket in one
day games. The four occasions are - 223 runs partnership between M Azharuddin
and A Jadeja vs Sri Lanka at Col-RPS on 17.08.97, 158 runs partnership between
D Mongia and Yuvraj Singh vs Zimbabwe at Guwahati on 19.03.02 and 184 runs
unfinished partnership between MS Dhoni and G Gambhir vs Sri Lanka at Brisbane
on 05.02.08

 

- SK Raina and
MS Dhoni added 169 runs for the fifth wicket in this game to provide the ninth
occasion of a team posting 150 plus runs partnerships for the various wickets
in a one day game at Lord's. All the nine occasions are listed below

 

No

Partners

Wkt

Runs

Team

Opp

Ground

Date

1

A Flintoff,
AJ Strauss

4

226

Eng

Win

Lord's

06 Jul 2004

2

NH Fairbrother, GA
Hick

3

213

Eng

Win

Lord's

27 May 1991

3

GA Gooch,
DI Gower

2

202

Eng

Aus

Lord's

03 Jun 1985

4

CH Gayle,
RR Sarwan

2

187

Win

Eng

Lord's

06 Jul 2004

5

N Hussain, ME
Trescothick

2

185

Eng

Ind

Lord's

13 Jul 2002

6

DL Amiss,
KWR Fletcher

2

176

Eng

Ind

Lord's

07 Jun 1975

7

OA Shah, ME
Trescothick

4

170

Eng

Pak

Lord's

12 Jun 2001

8

MS Dhoni, SK
Raina

5

169

Ind

Eng

Lord's

11 Sep 2011

9

Inzamam-ul-Haq,
Mohd Yousuf

5

162

Pak

Aus

Lord's

04 Sep 2004

 

- SK Raina and
MS Dhoni added 169 runs for the fifth wicket in this game to provide the fourth
occasion of a team posting 150 plus runs partnerships for the various wickets
in tied games. All the four occasions are listed below

 

No

Partners

Wkt

Runs

Team

Opp

Ground

Start Date

1

IR Bell, AJ Strauss

3

170

Eng

Ind

Bangalore

27 Feb 2011

2

MS Dhoni, SK
Raina

5

169

Ind

Eng

Lord's

11 Sep 2011

3

AN Cook, P Mustard

1

158

Eng

NZl

Napier

20 Feb 2008

4

MS Atapattu, PA
de Silva

4

152

Srl

RSA

Durban

03 Mar 2003

 

- RS Bopara's
96 in this game represent the second occasion of a batsman scoring a ninety in
a tied game. M Prabhakar of India
is the first batsman to accomplish such a feat. He scored 91 against Zimbabwe at Indore on 18.11.93. It is interesting to note
that on the two occasions of a batsman scoring a ninety in a tied game, the
team India
is involved.

 

- SK Raina
{84}, MS Dhoni {78*], IR Bell {54} and RS Bopara {96} scored fifties in this
game which swelled the number of fifies in a tied game to 64. Indian batsmen
have scored eight fifties in a tied game, while England batsmen have scored thireen
fifties. The tied games in India-England one day series has witnessed nine
fifties - five from Indian batsmen and four from England batsmen

 

No

Batsmen

Runs

Inns

Team

Opp

Ground

Start Date

1

AJ Strauss

158

2

Eng

Ind

Bangalore

27 Feb 2011

2

IR Bell

69

2

Eng

Ind

Bangalore

27 Feb 2011

3

IR Bell

54

2

Eng

Ind

Lord's

11 Sep 2011

4

RS Bopara

96

2

Eng

Ind

Lord's

11 Sep 2011

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

5

SR
Tendulkar

120

1

Ind

Eng

Bangalore

27 Feb 2011

6

G Gambhir

51

1

Ind

Eng

Bangalore

27 Feb 2011

7

Yuvraj
Singh

58

1

Ind

Eng

Bangalore

27 Feb 2011

8

SK Raina

84

1

Ind

Eng

Lord's

11 Sep 2011

9

MS Dhoni

78*

1

Ind

Eng

Lord's

11 Sep 2011

 

- IR Bell's 54
in this game represent his second fifty in a tied game after his 69 vs India at Bangalore
on 27.02.11. He became the eighth batsman in the annals of one day games to
score two or more fifties in a tied game. Others are - JH Kallis {03}, PD
Collingwood {02}, HH Gibbs {02}, DL Haynes {02}, KP Pietersen {02}, JN Rhodes
{02} and SR Waugh {02}.

 

- IR Bell
became the third England
batsman to score two fifties in a tied game. Others are - PD Collingwood {02}
and KP Pietersen {02}.

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