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Super 12 – Group 1: ... 3

Match 30 – SOUTH AFRICA vs BANGLADESH ... 3

Match Facts ... 3

Upcoming Milestones ... 3

Super 12 – Group 2: ... 4

Match 31 – PAKISTAN vs NAMIBIA ... 4

Match Facts ... 4

Upcoming Milestones ... 4

Super 12 – Group 1: ... 5

Match 29 – ENGLAND vs SRI LANKA ... 5

Match Facts ... 5

Milestones Achieved ... 5

Points Table – Super 12s ... 6

Group 1: ... 6

Group 2: ... 6

Fixtures & Results ... 7

Current World Cup Records ... 8

All-Time World Cup / Overall T20 International Records ... 11

Batting Records ... 11

Bowling Records ... 13

Partnership Records ... 14

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Super 12 – Group 1:

Match 30 – SOUTH AFRICA vs BANGLADESH

Date: 02/11/2021 Time: 2:00 PM

Venue: Zayed Cricket Stadium, Abu Dhabi

South Africa Bangladesh

Captain Temba Bavuma Mahmadullah

Current ICC Ranking 5 9

WC 2016 Performance Super 10 Super 10

Last 5 T20Is WWLWW WWLLL

Last 5 H-H WWWWW LLLLL

Match Facts

• South Africa are undefeated in this format against Bangladesh, they have won all six of the previous meetings between these two nations.

• They have only met once previously in an ICC Men’s T20 World Cup and that was at the inaugural 2007 edition where South Africa won by seven wickets.

• Bangladesh will be missing talisman Shakib Al Hasan, who is out injured for the rest of the tournament. He is currently the second highest leading wicket taker (11) and the ninth highest leader run scorer (131) in the tournament.

• In the last T20 International played between these teams in 2017, David Miller struck five consecutive sixes in an innings of 101 (36 balls). He’ll be looking to replicate this following his last over heroics vs Sri Lanka in Match 25.

Upcoming Milestones

• Bangladesh captain Mahmudullah requires 79 more runs to become the first Bangladesh cricketer to amass 2,000 T20 International runs.

• Mushfiqur Rahim will become only the third Bangladesh batter to reach 1,500 T20 International runs if he scores 36 or more in this match.

• South Africa captain Temba Bavuma requires 30 more runs to reach 500 runs in T20 International cricket.

• Quinton de Kock requires one more catch to reach 50 catches in T20 International cricket;

only MS Dhoni has more than him (57).

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Super 12 – Group 2:

Match 31 – PAKISTAN vs NAMIBIA

Date: 02/11/2021 Time: 6:00 PM

Venue: Zayed Cricket Stadium, Abu Dhabi

Pakistan Namibia

Captain Babar Azam Gerhard Erasmus

Current ICC Ranking 2 15

WC 2016 Performance Super 10 -

Last 5 T20Is LWWWW LWWWL

Last 5 H-H - -

Match Facts

• This will be only the second time these two nations have met in any format of cricket and the first time in T20 Internationals.

• Pakistan sit top of Group 2, with a 100% win record in the tournament so far. They are also undefeated in their last 14 T20 Internationals in the UAE, the highest current streak by any nation in a particular country.

• Namibia’s David Wiese has 142 runs at an average of 47.33 from his five innings at this year’s edition. He has also struck the joint second most sixes (8) in the tournament so far.

• No batter’s have struck more T20 International runs this calendar year than Pakistan’s openers, Babar Azam and Mohammad Rizwan; between them they have amassed 1,523 runs.

• Victory for Pakistan will all but secure their spot in the semi-finals. Namibia must if they are to have a chance at progressing through to their first semi-final at an ICC Men’s T20 World Cup.

Upcoming Milestones

• Mohammad Hafeez requires 50 more runs to become the first Pakistan batter to reach 2,500 T20 International runs. He also requires 53 runs to become the second Pakistan batter to score 500 runs in ICC Men’s T20 World Cups.

• JJ Smit needs 79 more runs to become only the fourth batter to amass 500 T20

International runs for Namibia.

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Super 12 – Group 1:

Match 29 – ENGLAND vs SRI LANKA

Date: 01/11/2021 Time: 6:00 PM

Venue: Sharjah Cricket Stadium, Sharjah Winner: England

England: 163/4 in 20 overs

Jos Buttler 101* (67) Wanindu Hasaranga 3/21 (4 ov.) Eoin Morgan 40 (36) Dushmantha Chameera 1/43 (4 ov.)

Sri Lanka: 137/10 in 19 overs

Wanindu Hasaranga 34 (21) Moeen Ali 2/15 (3 ov.) Bhanuka Rajapaksa 26 (18) Adil Rashid 2/19 (4 ov.) Dasun Shanaka 26 (25) Chris Jordan 2/24 (4 ov.)

Match Facts

• England maintained their 100% record in this year’s tournament by defeating Sri Lanka by 26 runs in match 29 to take them one step closer to securing a spot in the semi-final.

• After losing the toss and being sent into bat, England were 36-3 at the end of the Powerplay. A partnership of 112 runs between captain Eoin Morgan and Jos Buttler elevated England to 163/4 from their 20 overs. Jos Buttler scored the first century of this year’s tournament finishing 101* (67 balls). Wanindu Hasaranga was the pick of the bowlers for Sri Lanka, he picked up 3/21 from his four overs.

• Sri Lanka fell 26 runs short of England’s total, they were bowled out for 137 in 19 overs.

Wanindu Hasaranga topped of a solid all-round performance, top scoring with 34 (21 balls) with the bat for Sri Lanka. Three bowlers for England picked up two wickets apiece, with Adil Rashid the most economical, picking up 2/19 from his four overs.

Milestones Achieved

• Jos Buttler became only the eighth man and the second Englishman to score a century at an ICC Men’s T20 World Cup. His innings of 101* (67) balls was his highest score in this format and the highest individual score at this year’s tournament. He is the first Englishman to score a century in all three formats of cricket.

• In his innings, Jos Buttler also became the fastest English batter to surpass 2,000 international runs, achieving the feat in just 78 innings.

• Victory for England meant that Eoin Morgan became the most successful captain in T20 International cricket; it was his 43

rd

victory as captain, surpassing MS Dhoni’s previous record (42).

• Wanindu Hasaranga became the fifth fastest bowler to take 50 T20 International

wickets, he achieved this feat in just his 32

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Points Table – Super 12s

Group 1:

Team M W L T/A Form NRR Pts For Against

England 4 4 0 0 WWWW +3.183 8 471/54.1 441/80.0

South Africa 3 2 1 0 LWW +0.210 4 408/58.1 406/59.4

Australia 3 2 1 0 WWL -0.627 4 401/56.4 398/51.4

Sri Lanka 4 1 3 0 WLLL -0.590 2 605/78.5 635/76.2

West Indies 3 1 2 0 LLW -1.598 2 340/60.0 339.46.4

Bangladesh 3 0 3 0 LLL -1.069 0 434/60.0 440/53.0

Group 2:

Team M W L T/A Form NRR Pts For Against

Pakistan 3 3 0 0 WWW +0.638 6 435/55.3 432/60.0

Afghanistan 3 2 1 0 WLW +3.097 4 497/60.0 306/59.0

New Zealand 2 1 1 0 LW +0.765 2 245/34.3 245/38.4

Namibia 2 1 1 0 WL -1.287 2 213/39.1 269/40.0

India 2 0 2 0 LL -1.609 0 261/40.0 263/32.2

Scotland 2 0 2 0 LL -3.562 0 169/0.0 305/39.1

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Fixtures & Results

Date Time Team 1 Team 2 Venue Result

17-Oct-21 2:00 PM Oman PNG Oman Cricket Academy Ground, Al Amerat OMN won by 10 wickets 17-Oct-21 6:00 PM Bangladesh Scotland Oman Cricket Academy Ground, Al Amerat SCO won by 6 runs 18-Oct-21 2:00 PM Ireland Netherlands Zayed Cricket Stadium, Abu Dhabi IRE won by 7 wickets 18-Oct-21 6:00 PM Sri Lanka Namibia Zayed Cricket Stadium, Abu Dhabi SL won by 7 wickets 19-Oct-21 2:00 PM Scotland PNG Oman Cricket Academy Ground, Al Amerat SCO won by 17 runs 19-Oct-21 6:00 PM Bangladesh Oman Oman Cricket Academy Ground, Al Amerat BAN won by 26 runs 20-Oct-21 2:00 PM Namibia Netherlands Zayed Cricket Stadium, Abu Dhabi NAM won by 6 wickets 20-Oct-21 6:00 PM Sri Lanka Ireland Zayed Cricket Stadium, Abu Dhabi SL won by 70 runs 21-Oct-21 2:00 PM Bangladesh PNG Oman Cricket Academy Ground, Al Amerat BAN won by 84 runs 21-Oct-21 6:00 PM Oman Scotland Oman Cricket Academy Ground, Al Amerat SCO won by 8 wickets 22-Oct-21 2:00 PM Namibia Ireland Sharjah Cricket Stadium, Sharjah NAM won by 8 wickets 22-Oct-21 6:00 PM Sri Lanka Netherlands Sharjah Cricket Stadium, Sharjah SL won by 8 wickets 23-Oct-21 2:00 PM Australia South Africa Zayed Cricket Stadium, Abu Dhabi AUS won by 5 wickets 23-Oct-21 6:00 PM England West Indies Dubai International Stadium, Dubai ENG won by 6 wickets 24-Oct-21 2:00 PM Sri Lanka Bangladesh Sharjah Cricket Stadium, Sharjah SL won by 5 wickets 24-Oct-21 6:00 PM India Pakistan Dubai International Stadium, Dubai PAK won by 10 wickets 25-Oct-21 6:00 PM Afghanistan Scotland Sharjah Cricket Stadium, Sharjah AFG won by 130 runs 26-Oct-21 2:00 PM South Africa West Indies Dubai International Stadium, Dubai RSA won by 8 wickets 26-Oct-21 6:00 PM Pakistan New Zealand Sharjah Cricket Stadium, Sharjah PAK won by 5 wickets 27-Oct-21 2:00 PM England Bangladesh Zayed Cricket Stadium, Abu Dhabi ENG won by 8 wickets 27-Oct-21 6:00 PM Scotland Namibia Zayed Cricket Stadium, Abu Dhabi NAM won by 4 wickets 28-Oct-21 6:00 PM Australia Sri Lanka Dubai International Stadium, Dubai AUS won by 7 wickets 29-Oct-21 2:00 PM West Indies Bangladesh Sharjah Cricket Stadium, Sharjah WIN won by 3 runs 29-Oct-21 6:00 PM Pakistan Afghanistan Dubai International Stadium, Dubai PAK won by 5 wickets 30-Oct-21 2:00 PM South Africa Sri Lanka Sharjah Cricket Stadium, Sharjah RSA won by 4 wickets 30-Oct-21 6:00 PM Australia England Dubai International Stadium, Dubai ENG won by 8 wickets 31-Oct-21 2:00 PM Afghanistan Namibia Zayed Cricket Stadium, Abu Dhabi AFG won by 62 runs 31-Oct-21 6:00 PM India New Zealand Dubai International Stadium, Dubai NZ won by 8 wickets 01-Nov-21 6:00 PM England Sri Lanka Sharjah Cricket Stadium, Sharjah ENG won by 26 runs 02-Nov-21 2:00 PM South Africa Bangladesh Zayed Cricket Stadium, Abu Dhabi

02-Nov-21 6:00 PM Pakistan Namibia Zayed Cricket Stadium, Abu Dhabi 03-Nov-21 2:00 PM New Zealand Scotland Dubai International Stadium, Dubai 03-Nov-21 6:00 PM India Afghanistan Zayed Cricket Stadium, Abu Dhabi 04-Nov-21 2:00 PM Australia Bangladesh Dubai International Stadium, Dubai 04-Nov-21 6:00 PM West Indies Sri Lanka Zayed Cricket Stadium, Abu Dhabi 05-Nov-21 2:00 PM New Zealand Namibia Sharjah Cricket Stadium, Sharjah 05-Nov-21 6:00 PM India Scotland Dubai International Stadium, Dubai 06-Nov-21 2:00 PM Australia West Indies Zayed Cricket Stadium, Abu Dhabi 06-Nov-21 6:00 PM England South Africa Sharjah Cricket Stadium, Sharjah 07-Nov-21 2:00 PM New Zealand Afghanistan Zayed Cricket Stadium, Abu Dhabi 07-Nov-21 6:00 PM Pakistan Scotland Sharjah Cricket Stadium, Sharjah 08-Nov-21 6:00 PM India Namibia Zayed Cricket Stadium, Abu Dhabi 10-Nov-21 6:00 PM TBC TBC Zayed Cricket Stadium, Abu Dhabi 11-Nov-21 6:00 PM TBC TBC Dubai International Stadium, Dubai 14-Nov-21 6:00 PM FINAL - TBC FINAL - TBC Dubai International Stadium, Dubai

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Current World Cup Records

Most Runs Most Wickets

Best Batting Averages Best Bowling Averages

Best Batting Strike Rates Best Bowling Economy Rates

Player Name Country Runs

Jos Buttler ENG 214

Pathum Nissanka SL 170

Charith Asalanka SL 163 Bhanuka Rajapaksa SL 155

Mahmudullah BAN 150

Mohammad Naim BAN 148

Mushfiqur Rahim BAN 143

David Wiese NAM 142

Shakib Al Hasan BAN 131

Babar Azam PAK 128

Player Name Country Wickets

Wanindu Hasaranga SL 14

Shakib Al Hasan BAN 11

Josh Davey SCO 9

Lahiru Kumara SL 8

Maheesh Theekshana SL 8

Mustafizur Rahman BAN 8

Mahedi Hasan BAN 7

Jan Frylinck NAM 7

Tymal Mills ENG 7

Rashid Khan AFG 7

Player Name Country Average

Jos Buttler ENG 214.0

Babar Azam PAK 64.0

Mohammad Rizwan PAK 60.0

JJ Smit NAM 58.0

Kane Williamson NZ 58.0 Jatinder Singh OMN 56.5

Aiden Markram RSA 55.0

David Wiese NAM 47.3

Eoin Morgan ENG 47.0

Aqib Ilyas OMN 46.5

Player Name Country Average

Mujeeb Ur Rahman AFG 5.7

Rashid Khan AFG 7.0

Moeen Ali ENG 8.3

Wanindu Hasaranga SL 9.8

Bilal Khan OMN 9.8

Dwaine Pretorius RSA 10.0

Chris Jordan ENG 10.5

Adil Rashid ENG 10.7

Shakib Al Hasan BAN 11.2

Mark Adair IRE 11.2

Player Name Country SR

Asif Ali PAK 273.7

Jos Buttler ENG 154.0

Jonny Bairstow ENG 150.0 Wanindu Hasaranga SL 148.8 Jatinder Singh OMN 148.7 Marcus Stoinis AUS 148.2

Mohammad Nabi AFG 147.2

Bhanuka Rajapaksa SL 143.5 Charith Asalanka SL 140.5 Nicholas Pooran WI 139.5

Player Name Country ER

Mujeeb Ur Rahman AFG 4.3

Bilal Khan OMN 4.5

Rashid Khan AFG 4.7

Fred Klaassen NED 4.8

Joshua Little IRE 4.9

Moeen Ali ENG 5.0

Adil Rashid ENG 5.2

Anrich Nortje RSA 5.2

Wanindu Hasaranga SL 5.3

Chris Jordan ENG 5.3

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Highest individual score in an innings Best bowling figures in an innings

Most number of 6s Most number of dot balls

Most Catches Most Run Outs

Player Name Country Score

Jos Buttler ENG 101*

Charith Asalanka SL 80*

Mohammad Rizwan PAK 79*

Jatinder Singh OMN 73*

Pathum Nissanka SL 72

Jos Buttler ENG 71*

Wanindu Hasaranga SL 71 Richie Berrington SCO 70

Max O’Dowd NED 70

Babar Azam PAK 68*

Player Name Country Figures

Mujeeb Ur Rahman AFG 5/20

Adil Rashid ENG 4/2

Rashid Khan AFG 4/9

Shakib Al Hasan BAN 4/9

Josh Davey SCO 4/18

Zeeshan Maqsood OMN 4/20

Haris Rauf PAK 4/22

Joshua Little IRE 4/23

Curtis Campher IRE 4/26

Lahiru Kumara SL 3/7

Player Name Country Sixes

Jos Buttler ENG 12

David Wiese NAM 8

Charith Asalanka SL 8

Bhanuka Rajapaksa SL 8

Evin Lewis WI 7

Asif Ali PAK 7

Mahmudullah BAN 6

Richard Berrington SCO 6

Pathum Nissanka SL 5

Jatinder Singh OMN 5

Player Name Country Dot Balls Wanindu Hasaranga SL 70

Lahiru Kumara SL 66

Shakib Al Hasan BAN 59 Dushmantha Chameera SL 58 Mustafizur Rahman BAN 57

Mahedi Hasan BAN 55

Ruben Trumpelmann NAM 52

Mark Watt SCO 52

Maheesh Theekhsana SL 51

Taskin Ahmed BAN 49

Player Name Country Run Outs

Lahiru Kumara SL 2

Dasun Shanaka SL 2

David Wiese NAM 2

Jos Buttler ENG 2

Afif Hossain BAN 1

Glenn Maxwell AUS 1

Gerhard Erasmus NAM 1

Mohammad Nadeem OMN 1

Andre Russell WI 1

Joshua Little IRE 1

Player Name Country Catches

Calum MacLeod SCO 6

George Munsey SCO 5

Mohammad Naim BAN 5

Nurul Hasan BAN 5

Matthew Wade AUS 5

Jatinder Singh OMA 5

Brad Wheal SCO 5

Jos Buttler ENG 4

Mushfiqur Rahim BAN 4

Chris Woakes ENG 4

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Leading run-scorer for each country in the ICC Men’s T20 World Cup 2021

Leading wicket-taker for each country in the ICC Men’s T20 World Cup 2021

Country Player Name Innings Runs Average SR

Afghanistan Najibullah Zadran 3 88 29.33 133.3

Australia Aaron Finch 3 81 27.00 105.2

Bangladesh Mahmudullah 6 150 37.50 132.7

England Jos Buttler 4 214 214.0 154.0

India Virat Kohli 2 66 33.00 100.0

Namibia David Wiese 5 142 47.33 135.2

New Zealand Daryl Mitchell 2 76 38.00 138.2

Pakistan Babar Azam 3 128 64.00 116.4

Scotland Richie Berrington 5 103 25.75 130.4

South Africa Aiden Markram 3 110 55.00 134.2

Sri Lanka Pathum Nissanka 7 170 24.29 115.7

West Indies Evin Lewis 3 68 22.67 138.8

Country Player Name Innings Wickets Average ER

Afghanistan Rashid Khan 3 7 7.0 4.7

Australia Adam Zampa 3 5 14.0 6.4

Bangladesh Shakib Al Hasan 6 11 15.4 5.6

England Tymal Mills 4 7 12.7 8.0

India Jasprit Bumrah 2 2 20.5 5.9

Namibia Jan Frylinck 5 7 16.9 7.2

New Zealand Ish Sodhi 2 4 11.3 5.6

Pakistan Haris Rauf 3 6 14.0 7

Scotland Josh Davey 5 9 13.7 7.0

South Africa Dwaine Pretorius 3 6 10.0 6.9

Sri Lanka Wanindu Hasaranga 7 14 9.8 5.3

West Indies Akeal Hosein 3 4 18.8 6.3

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*Min innings 15 & min balls faced 200 all time

Highest SRs in ICC T20 World Cups

*Min innings 15 & min balls faced 200 all time

*Min innings 5 & min balls faced 100 all time

*Min innings 5 & min balls faced 100 all time

All-Time World Cup / Overall T20 International Records

Batting Records

Most Runs in all T20 Internationals Most Runs in ICC T20 World Cups

Best Averages in all T20 Internationals Best Averages in ICC T20 World Cups

Highest SRs in all T20 Internationals Highest SRs in ICC T20 World Cups

Player Name Country Runs

Virat Kohli IND 3,225

Martin Guptill NZ 2,976

Rohit Sharma IND 2,878

Paul Stirling IRE 2,570

Aaron Finch AUS 2,554

Mohammad Hafeez PAK 2,450

Eoin Morgan ENG 2,407

Shoaib Malik PAK 2,380

David Warner AUS 2,345

Babar Azam PAK 2,332

Player Name Country Runs

Mahela Jayawardene SL 1,016

Chris Gayle WI 949

Tillakaratne Dilshan SL 897

Virat Kohli IND 843

AB de Villiers RSA 717 Shakib Al Hasan BAN 698

Rohit Sharma IND 687

Kumar Sangakkara SL 661 Brendon McCullum NZ 637

Yuvraj Singh IND 593

Player Name Country Average Matthew Hayden AUS 88.33

Justin Kemp RSA 86.50

Virat Kohli IND 76.64 Michael Hussey AUS 54.63

Joe Root ENG 49.80

Kevin Pietersen ENG 44.62 Jos Buttler ENG 43.25

David Wiese NAM 42.50

Tom Cooper NED 41.00

Brendan Taylor ZIM 40.83

Player Name Country Average

Virat Kohli IND 52.02

Mohammad Rizwan PAK 49.38

Babar Azam PAK 47.59

Manish Pandey IND 44.31

Dawid Malan ENG 41.61

Ryan ten Doeschate NED 41.00 Jean-Paul Duminy RSA 38.68

KL Rahul IND 38.49

Aiden Markram RSA 38.29 Hazratullah Zazai AFG 38.06

Player Name Country SR

Darren Sammy PAK 164.1 Elton Chigumbura ZIM 156.5 Shahid Afridi PAK 154.2 Adam Gilchrist AUS 150.9 Imran Nazir PAK 150.0 Kevin Pietersen ENG 148.3

Joe Root ENG 146.5

Jehan Mubarak SL 146.4 Glenn Maxwell AUS 145.8

Jason Roy ENG 145.2

Player Name Country SR

Evin Lewis WI 157.0

Glenn Maxwell AUS 156.5

Colin Munro NZ 156.4

James Neesham NZ 156.3

Andre Russell WI 155.4

Niko Davin NAM 155.1

Thisara Perera SL 151.6 George Munsey SCO 150.9 Hazratullah Zazai AFG 150.8 Shahid Afridi PAK 150.0

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Most Number of 50s in all T20 Internationals Most Number of 50s in T20 World Cups

Most Number of 100s in all T20 Internationals Most Number of 100s in T20 World Cups

Highest Score in all T20 Internationals Highest Score in ICC T20 World Cups

Player Name Country 50s

Virat Kohli IND 10

Chris Gayle WI 7

Tillakaratne Dilshan SL 6

Rohit Sharma IND 6

Mahela Jayawardene SL 6 AB de Villiers RSA 5

Shane Watson AUS 5

Kumar Sangakkara SL 5

David Warner AUS 4

Kevin Pietersen ENG 4

Player Name Country 50s

Virat Kohli IND 29

Rohit Sharma IND 22

Babar Azam PAK 22

Paul Stirling IRE 19

David Warner AUS 19

Martin Guptill NZ 17

Jos Buttler ENG 15

Aaron Finch AUS 15

Mohammad Hafeez PAK 14

Eoin Morgan ENG 14

Player Name Country 100s

Rohit Sharma IND 4

Glenn Maxwell AUS 3

Colin Munro NZ 3

Evin Lewis WI 2

KL Rahul IND 2

Brendon McCullum NZ 2

Chris Gayle WI 2

Aaron Finch AUS 2

Martin Guptill NZ 2

Jos Buttler ENG 1

Player Name Country 100s

Chris Gayle WI 2

Mahela Jayawardene SL 1

Brendon McCullum NZ 1

Tamim Iqbal BAN 1

Suresh Raina IND 1

Alex Hales ENG 1

Ahmed Shehzad PAK 1

Jos Buttler ENG 1

Player Name Country Score

Aaron Finch AUS 172

Hazratullah Zazai AFG 162*

Aaron Finch AUS 156

Glenn Maxwell AUS 145*

Max O’Dowd NED 133*

George Munsey SCO 127*

Shaheryar Butt BEL 125*

Evin Lewis WI 125*

Kevin O’Brien IRE 124

Shane Watson AUS 124*

Player Name Country Score Brendon McCullum NZ 123

Chris Gayle WI 117

Alex Hales ENG 116*

Ahmed Shehzad PAK 111*

Tamim Iqbal BAN 103*

Jos Buttler ENG 101*

Suresh Raina IND 101

Chris Gayle WI 100*

Mahela Jayawardene SL 100

Luke Wright ENG 99*

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Bowling Records

Most Wickets in all T20 Internationals Most Wickets in ICC T20 World Cups

Best Averages in all T20 Internationals Best Averages in ICC T20 World Cups

(*min overs = 50 & min inns = 20) (*min overs = 20)

Best Economy Rates in all T20 Internationals Best Economy Rates in ICC T20 World Cups

(*min overs = 50 & min inns = 20) (*min overs = 20)

Player Name Country Wickets Shakib Al Hasan BAN 117

Lasith Malinga SL 107

Rashid Khan AFG 102

Tim Southee NZ 101

Shahid Afridi PAK 98

Saeed Ajmal PAK 85

Umar Gul PAK 85

Mustafizur Rahman BAN 84

Chris Jordan ENG 79

Ish Sodhi NZ 77

Player Name Country Wickets Shakib Al Hasan BAN 41

Shahid Afridi PAK 39 Lasith Malinga SL 38

Saeed Ajmal PAK 36

Ajantha Mendis SL 35

Umar Gul PAK 35

Dale Steyn RSA 30

Stuart Broad ENG 30

Dwayne Bravo WI 26

Samuel Badree WI 24

Player Name Country Average Jan Frylinck NAM 11.8

Rashid Khan AFG 12.2

Assad Vala PNG 13.5

Wanindu Hasaranga SL 13.9 Sandeep Lamichhane NEP 14.0 Kuldeep Yadav IND 14.2 Ajantha Mendis SL 14.4

Norman Vanua PNG 14.4

Mark Adair IRE 14.5

Imran Tahir RSA 15.0

Player Name Country Average Wanindu Hasaranga SL 9.8

Ish Sodhi NZ 11.8

Imran Tahir RSA 11.9 Stuart Clark AUS 12.0 Hamid Hassan AFG 12.3 Rashid Khan AFG 12.9

RP Singh IND 13.3

Samuel Badree WI 13.6

Adam Zampa AUS 13.9

Ahsan Malik NL 14.3

Player Name Country ER

Daniel Vettori NZ 5.7 Bernard Scholtz NAM 5.9 Mujeeb Ur Rahman AFG 6.0

Sunil Narine WI 6.0

Nosaina Pokana PNG 6.0

Sultan Ahmed UAE 6.0

Hiren Varaiya KEN 6.0

Paras Khadka NEP 6.0

Assad Vala PNG 6.1

Jan Frylinck NAM 6.1

Player Name Country ER

Hamid Hassan AFG 5.0

Sunil Narine WI 5.2

Wanindu Hasaranga SL 5.3 Maheesh Theekshana SL 5.5

Shaun Tait AUS 5.5

Samuel Badree WI 5.5

Mark Watt SCO 5.7

Daniel Vettori NZ 5.8 Bhuvneshwar Kumar IND 5.8

Imran Tahir RSA 5.9

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Highest Dot Ball % in all T20 Internationals Highest Dot Ball % in ICC T20 World Cups

(min overs = 50 & min innings = 15) (min overs = 20)

Best Bowling Figures in all T20 Internationals Best Bowling Figures in ICC T20 World Cups

Partnership Records

Most number of runs aggregated by a pair in all T20 internationals

Player Name Country Dot Ball %

Sultan Ahmed UAE 53.10

Mujeeb Ur Rahman AFG 51.80 Sandeep Lamichhane NEP 51.40 Mohammad Naveed UAE 51.40 Trent Johnston IRE 51.00

Shaun Tait AUS 51.00

Bilal Khan OMN 50.10

Tanwir Afzal HKG 50.00

Mitchell Starc AUS 50.00 Brandon Glover NED 49.10

Player Name Country Dot Ball %

Shaun Tait AUS 57.70

Bhuvneshwar Kumar IND 57.50

RP Singh IND 55.10

Sreesanth IND 55.00

Taskin Ahmed BAN 54.30 Steven Finn ENG 54.10 Tendai Chatara ZIM 53.10 Samuel Badree WI 51.40 Stuart Clark AUS 50.60 Nuwan Kulasekara SL 49.80

Player Name Country Figures

Deepak Chahar IND 6/7

Ajantha Mendis SL 6/8

Ajantha Mendis SL 6/16

Jan Frylinck NAM 6/24

Yuzvendra Chahal IND 6/25

Ashton Agar AUS 6/30

Rangana Herath SL 5/3

Rashid Khan AFG 5/3

Pedro Arrighi ARG 5/4

Khizar Hayat MAL 5/4

Player Name Country Figures

Ajantha Mendis SL 6/8

Rangana Herath SL 5/3

Umar Gul PAK 5/6

Ahsan Malik NED 5/19

Mujeeb Ur Rahman AFG 5/20 Mustafizur Rahman BAN 5/22 James Faulkner AUS 5/27 Lasith Malinga SL 5/31

Adil Rashid ENG 4/2

Mark Gillespie NZ 4/7

Player Name Country Runs Average SR

Shikhar Dhawan - Rohit Sharma IND 1,743 33.5 138.0 Kevin O’Brien - Paul Stirling IRE 1,720 35.1 139.2 Kyle Coetzer - George Munsey SCO 1,520 35.3 151.8 Martin Guptill - Kane Williamson NZ 1,310 50.4 147.9

Shane Watson - David Warner AUS 1,154 31.2 147.9

Aaron Finch - David Warner AUS 1,103 38.0 149.5

Martin Guptill - Colin Munro NZ 1,083 38.7 159.7

Richie Berrington - Calum Macleod SCO 1,079 32.7 126.2

Rohit Sharma - KL Rahul IND 1,072 51.0 162.2

William Porterfield - Paul Stirling IRE 1,065 28.8 140.9

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Most number of runs aggregated by a pair in ICC T20 World Cups

Highest partnership in a single innings in all T20 Internationals

Highest partnership in a single innings in ICC T20 World Cups

Player Name Country Runs Average SR

Tillakaratne Dilshan - Mahela Jayawardene SL 572 31.8 133.3 Mahela Jayawardene - Kumar Sangakkara SL 571 35.7 118.0

Shane Watson - David Warner AUS 469 27.6 136.7

Jacques Kallis - Graeme Smith RSA 446 44.6 130.8

Mushfiqur Rahim - Shakib Al Hasan BAN 385 42.8 118.1

Luke Wright - Eoin Morgan ENG 376 53.7 143.0

Kamran Akmal - Salman Butt PAK 375 37.5 130.2

Dwayne Bravo - Marlon Samuels WI 339 42.4 121.5

Adam Gilchrist - Matthew Hayden AUS 335 67.0 148.9

Imran Nazir - Mohammad Hafeez PAK 335 37.2 133.5

Player Name Country Runs Opponent Date

Usman Ghani - Hazratullah Zazai AFG 236 IRE 23/02/19

Aaron Finch - Darcy Short AUS 223 ZIM 03/07/18

Kyle Coetzer - George Munsey SCO 200 NED 16/09/19

Devon Conway - Glenn Phillips NZ 184 WI 29/11/20

Eoin Morgan - Dawid Malan ENG 182 NZ 08/11/19

Martin Guptill - Kane Williamson NZ 171* PAK 17/01/16

Loots Bosman - Graeme Smith RSA 170 ENG 15/11/09

Dawid Malan - Jos Buttler ENG 167* RSA 1/12/20

Bikram Arora - Varun Prasath Thamotharam MCA 166* GIB 21/08/21 Mahela Jayawardene - Kumar Sangakkara SL 166 WI 07/05/10

Player Name Country Runs Opponent Date

Mahela Jayawardene - Kumar Sangakkara SL 166 WI 07/05/10

Mohammad Rizwan - Babar Azam PAK 152* IND 24/10/21

Eoin Morgan - Alex Hales ENG 152 SL 27/03/14

Chris Gayle - Devon Smith WI 145 RSA 11/09/07

Tillakaratne Dilshan - Mahela Jayawardene SL 145 ENG 27/03/14

Kamran Akmal - Salman Butt PAK 142 BAN 01/05/10

Gautam Gambhir - Virender Sehwag IND 136 ENG 19/09/07

Shane Watson - David Warner AUS 133 IND 28/09/12

Andre Fletcher - Chris Gayle WI 133 AUS 06/06/09

Jatinder Singh - Aqib Ilyas OMN 131* PNG 17/10/21

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