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India vs England, 2nd ODI: Kohli and Gambhir re-write record books

AN Cook
scored a duck in this game to provide the 24th occasion of an England opener
captain scoring a duck. It was the first duck for AN Cook in the dual role of a
captain-cum-opener.

 

AN Cook
became the second England
opener captain to score a duck against India after MA Atherton. MA
Atherton had failed to open his innings against India
at Manchester
on 26.05.96.

 

C Kieswetter
scored a duck in this game to provide the 16th occasion of an England opener
wicket keeper scoring a duck.

 

C Kieswetter
became the second England
opener wicket keeper to score a duck against India after MJ Prior. MJ Prior had
scored a duck against India
at Lord's on 08.09.07.

 

It was the
third duck for C Kieswetter as in the dual role of opening batsman and wicket
keeper, Only MJ Prior {04} and AJ Stewart have scored more zeroes than C
Kieswetter amongst the England wicket keepers who have opened the innings

 

No

Player

Runs

Opp

Ground

Start Date

1

C
Kieswetter

0

Aus

Manchester

27 Jun 2010

2

C
Kieswetter

0

Ban

Birmingham

12 Jul 2010

3

C
Kieswetter

0

Ind

Delhi

17 Oct 2011

 

 

 

 

 

 

1

MJ Prior

0

Ind

Lord's

08 Sep 2007

2

MJ Prior

0

RSA

Lord's

31 Aug 2008

3

MJ Prior

0

Aus

Hobart

21 Jan 2011

4

MJ Prior

0

Aus

Sydney

23 Jan 2011

 

 

 

 

 

 

1

AJ Stewart

0

Aus

Birmingham

21 May 1993

2

AJ Stewart

0

Aus

Brisbane

10 Jan 1999

3

AJ Stewart

0

Srl

Perth

29 Jan 1999

4

AJ Stewart

0

RSA

The Oval

22 May 1999

5

AJ Stewart

0

Pal

Karachi

24 Oct 2000

 

This game
witnessed England
captain and wicket keeper batsman who opened the innings scored ducks. AN Cook
{Captain} and C Kieswetter {Wicket keeper} scored ducks in this game.

 

It is only
the second occasion in the annals of one day games that both the openers - one
in the role of captain and another in the role of wicket keeper scored zeroes.
The first such occasion was witnessed at Perth
on 06.02.11 in the game between Australia
and England.
England
openers - AJ Strauss {Captain} and SM Davies {wicket keeper} had scored ducks

 

No

Player

 

Runs

Team

Opp

Ground

Date

1

AJ Strauss

*

0

Eng

Aus

Perth

06.02.11

 

SM Davies

+

0

Eng

Aus

Perth

06.02.11

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

2

AN Cook

*

0

Eng

Ind

Delhi

17.10.11

 

C
Kieswetter

+

0

Eng

Ind

Delhi

17.10.11

 

England
openers - AN Cook and C Kieswetter scored zeros in this game providing the third
occasion of England's both openers scoring ducks against various oppositions
and second such occasions against India

 

No

Player

Runs

Team

Opp

Ground

Date

1

MJ Prior

0

Eng

Ind

Lord's

08.09.07

 

LJ Wright

0

Eng

Ind

Lord's

08.09.07

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

1

AJ Strauss

0

Eng

Aus

Perth

06.02.11

 

SM Davies

0

Eng

Aus

Perth

06.02.11

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

2

AN Cook

0

Eng

Ind

Delhi

17.10.11

 

C
Kieswetter

0

Eng

Ind

Delhi

17.10.11

 

England openers - AN
Cook and C Kieswetter scored zeros in this game providing the sixth occasion of
both the openers scoring ducks against India

 

No

Player

Runs

Team

Opp

Ground

Date

1

ST
Jayasuriya

0

Srl

Ind

Sharjah

09.11.98

 

DA
Gunawardene

0

Srl

Ind

Sharjah

09.11.98

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

2

SL Campbell

0

Win

Ind

Toronto

14.09.99

 

RD Jacobs

0

Win

Ind

Toronto

14.09.99

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

3

V Sibanda

0

Zim

Ind

Perth

03.02.04

 

T Taibu

0

Zim

Ind

Perth

03.02.04

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

4

GC Smith

0

RSA

Ind

P Elizabeth

29.11.06

 

LE Bosman

0

RSA

Ind

P Elizabeth

29.11.06

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

5

MJ Prior

0

Eng

Ind

Lord's

08.09.07

 

LJ Wright

0

Eng

Ind

Lord's

08.09.07

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

6

AN Cook

0

Eng

Ind

Delhi

17.10.11

 

C
Kieswetter

0

Eng

Ind

Delhi

17.10.11

 

AN Cook
became the eighth captain cum opener to score a duck against India. He is the first England captain
to suffer such an ignominy. The list of eight captain-cum opening batsmen who
socred duck against India
is listed below

 

No

Cap-cum-Openers

Runs

Team

Opp

Ground

Start Date

1

B Warnapura

0

Srl

Ind

Amritsar

12 Sep 1982

2

MA Atherton

0

Eng

Ind

Manchester

26 May 1996

3

ST
Jayasuriya

0

Srl

Ind

Col-RPS

30 Sep 2002

4

GC Smith

0

RSA

Ind

Cape Town

26 Nov 2006

5

GC Smith

0

RSA

Ind

P Elizabeth

29 Nov 2006

6

AC
Gilchrist

0

Aus

Ind

Kochi

02 Oct 2007

7

CH Gayle

0

Win

Ind

Gros Islet

05 Jul 2009

8

AN Cook

0

Eng

Ind

Delhi

17 Oct 2011

 

C
Kieswetter's duck in this game provide the 17th occasion of a wicket
keeper opener scoring a duck against India. The complete list is
furnished below

 

No

WK-cum-Openers

Runs

Team

Opp

Ground

Start Date

1

DSBP
Kuruppu

0

Srl

Ind

Sharjah

08 Apr 1984

2

RS
Kaluwitharana

0

Srl

Ind

Kolkata

13 Mar 1996

3

RS
Kaluwitharana

0

Srl

Ind

Mumbai

17 May 1997

4

RS
Kaluwitharana

0

Srl

Ind

Indore

25 Dec 1997

5

KO Otieno

0

Ken

Ind

Bangalore

20 May 1998

6

RD Jacobs

0

Win

Ind

Singapore

05 Sep 1999

7

RD Jacobs

0

Win

Ind

Toronto

14 Sep 1999

8

KO Otieno

0

Ken

Ind

Nairobi-Gym

29 Sep 1999

9

RS
Kaluwitharana

0

Srl

Ind

Col-SSC

01 Aug 2001

10

T Taibu

0

Zim

Ind

Perth

03 Feb 2004

11

KO Otieno

0

Ken

Ind

Southampton

11 Sep 2004

12

MJ Prior

0

Eng

Ind

Lord's

08 Sep 2007

13

AC
Gilchrist

0

Aus

Ind

Kochi

02 Oct 2007

14

AC
Gilchrist

0

Aus

Ind

Melbourne

10 Feb 2008

15

BB McCullum

0

NZl

Ind

Napier

03 Mar 2009

16

ADS
Fletcher

0

Win

Ind

Johannesburg

30 Sep 2009

17

C
Kieswetter

0

Eng

Ind

Delhi

17 Oct 2011

 

 

R Vinay Kumar
captured 4 for 30 in this game providing his first four wicket haul and his
best bowling effort in his eight one day games. His previous best was 2 for 51
against Zimbabwe at Bulawayo in May 2010

 

R Vinay Kumar
captured 4 for 30 in this game providing the 12th occasion of an
Indian bowler capturing four or more wickets against England.

 

No

Player

O

M

R

W

Opp

Ground

Start Date

1

RJ Shastri

10.0

1

40

4

Eng

Nagpur

23 Jan 1985

2

J Srinath

9.0

1

41

5

Eng

Bangalore

26 Feb 1993

3

M Prabhakar

10.0

0

54

4

Eng

Gwalior

04 Mar 1993

4

AB Agarkar

9.0

0

34

4

Eng

Chennai

25 Jan 2002

5

Harbhajan
Singh

10.0

1

43

5

Eng

Mumbai

03 Feb 2002

6

A Nehra

10.0

2

23

6

Eng

Durban

26 Feb 2003

7

Harbhajan
Singh

10.0

2

31

5

Eng

Delhi

28 Mar 2006

8

IK Pathan

10.0

0

51

4

Eng

Margao

03 Apr 2006

9

S Sreesanth

10.0

1

55

6

Eng

Indore

15 Apr 2006

10

AB Agarkar

10.0

0

60

4

Eng

Manchester

30 Aug 2007

11

Yuvraj
Singh

10.0

0

28

4

Eng

Indore

17 Nov 2008

12

R Vinay
Kumar

9.0

1

30

4

Eng

Delhi

17 Oct 2011

 

V Kohli
scored 112 not out in this game providing the sixth occasion of a batsman
scoring a hundred at Delhi
in a one day game

 

No

Player

Runs

Team

Opp

Ground

Start Date

1

RL Dias

102

Srl

Ind

Delhi

15 Sep 1982

2

SR
Tendulkar

137

Ind

Srl

Delhi

02 Mar 1996

3

RT Ponting

145

Aus

Zim

Delhi

11 Apr 1998

4

NV Knight

105

Eng

Ind

Delhi

31 Jan 2002

5

AB de
Villiers

107*

RSA

Win

Delhi

24 Feb 2011

6

V Kohli

112*

Ind

Eng

Delhi

17 Oct 2011

 

V Kohli
became the second Indian batsman to score a hundred at Delhi after SR Tendulkar. SR Tendulkar had
scored 137 against Sri Lanka
on 02.03.96.

 

V Kohli's 112
not out in this game is the 14th time an Indian batsman has scored a
hundred against England

 

No

Player

Runs

Opp

Ground

Start Date

1

DB
Vengsarkar

105

Eng

Pune

5 Dec 1984

2

RJ Shastri

102

Eng

Cuttack

27 Dec 1984

3

C Sharma

101*

Eng

Kanpur

25 Oct 1989

4

VG Kambli

100*

Eng

Jaipur

18 Jan 1993

5

NS Sidhu

134*

Eng

Gwalior

04 Mar 1993

6

SR
Tendulkar

105*

Eng

Ch-le-St

04 Jul 2002

7

V Sehwag

126

Eng

Col-RPS

22 Sep 2002

8

SC Ganguly

117*

Eng

Col-RPS

22 Sep 2002

9

Yuvraj
Singh

103

Eng

Margao

03 Apr 2006

10

Yuvraj
Singh

138*

Eng

Rajkot

14 Nov 2008

11

Yuvraj
Singh

118

Eng

Indore

17 Nov 2008

12

SR
Tendulkar

120

Eng

Bangalore

27 Feb 2011

13

V Kohli

107

Eng

Cardiff

16 Sep 2011

14

V Kohli

112*

Eng

Delhi

17 Oct 2011

 

V Kohli
became the third Indian batsman to score two or more hundreds against England after
SR Tendulkar {02} and Yuvraj Singh {03}

 

No

Player

Runs

Opp

Ground

Start Date

1

SR
Tendulkar

105*

Eng

Ch-le-St

04 Jul 2002

2

SR
Tendulkar

120

Eng

Bangalore

27 Feb 2011

 

 

 

 

 

 

1

V Kohli

107

Eng

Cardiff

16 Sep 2011

2

V Kohli

112*

Eng

Delhi

17 Oct 2011

 

 

 

 

 

 

1

Yuvraj
Singh

103

Eng

Margao

03 Apr 2006

2

Yuvraj
Singh

138*

Eng

Rajkot

14 Nov 2008

3

Yuvraj
Singh

118

Eng

Indore

17 Nov 2008

 

V Kohli's 112
not out in this game represents his highest score against England. It was
an improvement over his previous best of 107 at Cardiff on 16.09.11. It also represents his
seventh one day hundred which are listed below

 

No

Runs

Opp

Ground

Start Date

1

118

Aus

Vizag

20 Oct 2010

2

112*

Eng

Delhi

17 Oct 2011

3

107

Srl

Kolkata

24 Dec 2009

4

107

Eng

Cardiff

16 Sep 2011

5

105

NZl

Guwahati

28 Nov 2010

6

102*

Ban

Dhaka

11 Jan 2010

7

100*

Ban

Dhaka

19 Feb 2011

 

G Gambhir and
V Kohli added 209 runs in an unfinished stand for the third wicket in this game
providing the 18th occasion of a pair of Indian batsmen posting 200 plus runs
against various oppositions.

 

No

Partners

Wkt

Runs

Oppn

Ground

Start Date

1

NS Sidhu,
SR Tendulkar

2

231

Pak

Sharjah

15 Apr 1996

2

M
Azharuddin, A Jadeja

5

223

Srl

Col-RPs

17 Aug 1997

3

M
Azharuddin, A Jadeja

4

275*

Zim

Cuttack

09 Apr 1998

4

SC Ganguly,
SR Tendulkar

1

252

Srl

Col-RPs

07 Jul 1998

5

R Dravid, SC
Ganguly

2

236

Srl

Nagpur

22 Mar 1999

6

R Dravid,
SR Tendulkar

3

237*

Ken

Bristol

23 May 1999

7

R Dravid, SC
Ganguly

2

318

Srl

Taunton

26 May 1999

8

R Dravid,
SR Tendulkar

2

331

NZl

Hyd-LBS

08 Nov 1999

9

SC Ganguly,
SR Tendulkar

1

258

Ken

Paarl

24 Oct 2001

10

SC Ganguly,
SR Tendulkar

2

244

Nam

PM Burg

23 Feb 2003

11

VVS Laxman,
Yuvraj Singh

4

213

Aus

Sydney

22 Jan 2004

12

R Dravid, V
Sehwag

3

201

Pak

Kochi

02 Apr 2005

13

SC Ganguly,
V Sehwag

2

202

Ber

Trinidad

19 Mar 2007

14

V Sehwag,
Yuvraj Singh

3

221

Srl

Col-RPs

03 Feb 2009

15

G Gambhir,
V Sehwag

1

201*

NZl

Hamilton

11 Mar 2009

16

G Gambhir,
V Kohli

3

224

Srl

Kolkata

24 Dec 2009

17

V Kohli, V
Sehwag

3

203

Ban

Dhaka

19 Feb 2011

18

G Gambhir,
V Kohli

3

209*

Eng

Delhi

17 Oct 2011

 

G Gambhir and
V Kohli added 209 runs in an unfinished stand for the third wicket in this game
providing the record partnership by Indian batsmen for any wicket against England in one
day games. It was an improvement over the previous best of 192 runs partnership
between SC Ganguly and V Sehwag for the first wicket at Col-RPS on 22.09.02.

.

G Gambhir and
V Kohli added 209 runs in an unfinished stand for the third wicket in this game
providing the 20th occasion of a team posting 200 plus runs for the
third wicket in the annals of one day games. It also represents the sixth
occasion of Indian batsmen posting 200 plus runs for the third wicket in one
day games

 

No

Partners

Wkt

Runs

Opp

Ground

Start Date

1

R Dravid,
SR Tendulkar

3

237*

Ken

Bristol

23 May 1999

2

R Dravid, V
Sehwag

3

201

Pak

Kochi

02 Apr 2005

3

V Sehwag,
Yuvraj Singh

3

221

Srl

Col-RPS

03 Feb 2009

4

G Gambhir,
V Kohli

3

224

Srl

Kolkata

24 Dec 2009

5

V Kohli, V
Sehwag

3

203

Ban

Dhaka

19 Feb 2011

6

G Gambhir,
V Kohli

3

209*

Eng

Delhi

17 Oct 2011

 

India won this game by eight wickets with 80 balls remaining. This
is the second best win by India
against England
in terms of balls remaining. The best win was at Jaipur on 15.10.06 when India won by
four wickets with 123 balls remaining.

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