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Bopara’s Record Haul & Biggest T20 Wins

 

England won the
first T20 against the West Indies by 10 wickets the sixth occasion of a win without
losing a wicket. It was England's first. The six games:

 

 

No

Winner

Margin

Target

Overs

Opposition

Ground

Match Date

1

SA

10 wkts

130

11.3

v Pakistan

Johannesburg

02 Feb 2007

2

Aus

10 wkts

102

10.2

v Sri Lanka

Cape Town

20 Sep 2007

3

Ken

10 wkts

110

12.3

v Scotland

Nairobi

01 Feb 2010

4

NZ

10 wkts

079

08.2

v Bangladesh

Hamilton

03 Feb 2010

5

Ken

10 wkts

124

14.3

v Scotland

Nairobi

04 Feb 2010

6

Eng

10 wkts

126

15.2

v West
Indies

The Oval

23 Sep 2011

 

Ravi Bopara
took 4-10 providing the 54th occasion of a bowler capturing four or
more wickets in a T20I. This is England's fourth such effort.

 

Player

O

M

R

W

Opposition

Ground

Start Date

J Lewis

4.0

0

24

4

v Australia

Southampton

13 Jun 2005

PD
Collingwood

4.0

0

22

4

v Sri Lanka

Southampton

15 Jun 2006

JW Dernbach

3.4

0

22

4

v India

Manchester

31 Aug 2011

RS Bopara

3.4

0

10

4

v West Indies

The Oval

23 Sep 2011

 

Bopara's
four-for is one of the most economical ones in T20I history. Instances of four
wickets for 10 runs or less:

 

No

Bowlers

O

M

R

W

Team

Opp

Ground

Start Date

1

Umar Gul

3.0

0

06

5

Pak

NZl

The Oval

13 Jun 2009

2

SJ Benn

4.0

2

06

4

Win

Zim

Port of Spain

28 Feb 2010

3

MR
Gillespie

2.5

0

07

4

NZl

Ken

Durban

12 Sep 2007

4

Umar Gul

4.0

0

08

4

Pak

Aus

Dubai (DSC)

07 May 2009

5

DW Steyn

3.0

0

09

4

RSA

Win

Port Elizabeth

16 Dec 2007

6

Mohd Hafeez

2.2

0

10

4

Pak

Zim

Harare

16 Sep 2011

7

RS Bopara

3.4

0

10

4

Eng

Win

The Oval

23 Sep 2011

 

Alex Hales
{62 not out} and Craig Keiswetter {58 not out} scored fifties in this game
providing the 12th occasion of both the openers scoring fifties in a
T20I game. It was the first such occasion for England in T20Is.

 

Hales and Kieswetter
added 128 runs in an unfinished stand for the first wicket in this game. This represents
England's best opening stand in T20Is. It is the 17th century stand
for the opening wicket in T20Is.

 

No

Partners

Wkt

Runs

Team

Opp

Ground

Date

1

LE Bosman,
GC Smith

1

170

RSA

Eng

Centurion

15 Nov 2009

2

CH Gayle,
DS Smith

1

145

Win

RSA

Johannesburg

11 Sep 2007

3

Kamran
Akmal, Salman Butt

1

142

Pak

Ban

Gros Islet

01 May 2010

4

G Gambhir,
V Sehwag

1

136

Ind

Eng

Durban

19 Sep 2007

5

ADS
Fletcher, CH Gayle

1

133

Win

Aus

The Oval

06 Jun 2009

6

LE Bosman,
GC Smith

1

132*

RSA

Pak

Johannesburg

02 Feb 2007

7

BB
McCullum, JD Ryder

1

130

NZl

Win

Hamilton

28 Dec 2008

8

AD Hales, C
Kieswetter

1

128*

Eng

Win

The Oval

23 Sep 2011

9

DO Obuya,
SO Tikolo

1

126*

Ken

Sco

Nairobi (Gym)

04 Feb 2010

10

AA Obanda,
SO Tikolo

1

126

Ken

Can

Dubai (DSC)

10 Feb 2010

11

TM Dilshan,
ST Jayasuriya

1

124

Srl

Win

Nottingham

10 Jun 2009

12

DO Obuya,
SO Tikolo

1

110*

Ken

Sco

Nairobi (Gym)

01 Feb 2010

13

AC
Gilchrist, ML Hayden

1

104

Aus

Ban

Cape Town

16 Sep 2007

14

DA Warner,
SR Watson

1

104

Aus

Ind

Bridgetown

7 May 2010

15

AC
Gilchrist, ML Hayden

1

102*

Aus

Srl

Cape Town

20 Sep 2007

16

KJ Coetzer,
RR Watson

1

102

Sco

Kwn

Belfast

04 Aug 2008

17

RS Bopara,
LJ Wright

1

102

Eng

Net

Lord's

05 Jun 2009

 

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