IPL

Chennai Super Kings IPL 2015 Squad Delhi Daredevils IPL 2015 Squad Kings XI Punjab IPL 2015 Squad Kolkata Knight Riders IPL 2015 SquadMumbai Indians IPL 2015 Squad Rajasthan Royals IPL 2015 Squad Royal Challengers Bangalore IPL 2015 Squad Sunrisers Hyderabad IPL 2015 Squad

SPONSORED AD

Friday, 11 January 2013

Highlights: India v England, 1st ODI - 2013

Statistical highlights of the 1st ODI between India and England:

James-Tredwell-Man-of-the-Match-INDIA-V-ENGLAND-1st-ODI-2013
On a batting beauty, it was James Tredwell who was eventually the difference between India and England. Ian Bell, Alastair Cook, Samit Patel, Gautam Gambhir, Suresh Raina, Yuvraj Singh and MS Dhoni took the batting honours on the day.

# Ian Bell's superb 85 off 96 balls is highest score in India, 
# Bell has registered his fourth fifty against India - his 24th in ODIs.

# England (325 for four) have recorded their joint third highest total against India in ODIs - their highest is 338 for eight at Bangalore on February 27, 2011.

# Since winning by 5 wickets at Jamshedpur on April 12, 2006, England have won an ODI against India at home for the first time. England have won seven ODIs by less than ten runs against India.

# Mahendra Singh Dhoni (1012 at an average of 50.60 in 30 games) has become the fifth Indian player to complete 1,000 runs against England in ODIs.He has joined  Sachin Tendulkar (1455), Yuvraj Singh (1248),Rahul Dravid (1012) and Virender Sehwag (1008).

# Alastair Cook (75 off 83 balls) has recorded his fifth fifty against India - his 14th in ODIs.  The said knock is his highest against India in India in ODIs.

# Cook and Bell were  associated in a stand of 158 - England's highest first-wicket partnership against India, eclipsing the 133 between Chris Tavare and Barry Wood at Leeds on June 2, 1982.

# Ashok Dinda (2/53) has recorded his best bowling performance
in ODIs at home.

# Ishant Sharma (10-0-86-0) has recorded his worst bowling figures in ODIs, eclipsing the 10-0-69-0 against Pakistan at Karachi on June 26, 2008.

# Ishant Sharma's above performance is the worst by an Indian bowler against England in ODIs.  Only James Anderson has conceded more runs in India-England games than Sharma - 9.5-0-91-1 at Bangalore on February 27, 2011.
Worst figures by Indian bowlers in a ODIs:
Players
Overs
Runs
Wkts
Opponents
Venue
Year
Zaheer Khan
10
88
0
Sri Lanka
Rajkot
2009
Javagal Srinath
10
87
0
Australia
Johannesburg
2003
T Kumaran
10
86
0
Pakistan
Dhaka
2000
Ishant Sharma
10
86
0
England
Rajkot SCA
2013
Piyush Chawla
10
85
0
Pakistan
Mirpur
2008
# Eight sixes were recgistered in England's innings - their joint second highest against India - the highest is 9 during their total of 229 at Rajkot on November 14, 2008.

# Since recording 176 by Virender Sehwag and Gautam Gambhir against the West Indies at Indore on December 8, 2011, the stand of 96 between Gambhir and Rahane is India's highest for the first wicket in 21 ODIs. The said stand is India's first fifty-plus partnership in 12 ODIs

# Samit Patel has registered strike rate of 220.00 (44 not out off 20 balls) - his career-best in ODIs.  The said strike rate is the highest by an England player against India in ODIs (minimum 40 runs).

# Dhoni has become the third Indian and the eighth to complete 150 sixes or more in ODIs, joining Shahid Afridi (298),Sanath Jayasuriya (270),Sachin Tendulkar (195), Chris Gayle (193), Sourav Ganguly (190), Ricky Ponting (162) and Chris Cairns (153)..

# Gautam Gambhir (52) has posted his seventh fifty against England - his 34 in ODIs.

# Yuvraj Singh (61 off 54 balls) has posted his 50th fifty in ODIs - his seventh against England.

# Suresh Raina' has recorded his 25th fifty in ODIs - his eighth against England.

# James Tredwell (4/44) has recorded his career-best bowling figures ODIs, bettering the 4 for 48 against the West Indies at Chennai on March 17, 2011.

# Tredwell has got is second Man of the Match award in ODIs.

# India (316 for nine) have recorded their third highest in a losing cause while chasing in ODIs - the highest is 347 against Australia at Hyderabad on November 5, 2009.India, for the sixth time, have registered a total of 300 or more in a losing cause while chasing - once each against  Pakistan, England, South Africa, Australia, New Zealand and Sri Lanka.

# For the eighth time in an ODI, both sides scored 300-plus in the same match without posting a hundred.

Brief Scores: England 325/4 (Ian Bell 85; Ashoke Dinda 2/53) beat India 316/9 (Yuvraj Singh 61; James Tredwell 4/44) by nine runs
Man of the Match: James Tredwell for clocking figures of 10-0-44-4 in a high-scoring game.

Tredwell: "You try and hit your skills over and over again. If the batsman hits a good shot, so be it. We got wickets at the right time, even at the lower end, it is what helped us get over the line. [New fielding rules] give you an opportunity to play against the spin, sometimes it can play into your hands."

Cook: "Good toss to win. Very good wicket, and we made the most of it. Proud of the side. Samit and Craig at the end made a difference. Was an excellent wicket throghout, and a quick outfield. It is hard to defend with five men in the circle, India kept getting close, but we got the wickets when it mattered. Tredwell bowled brilliantly. It is pretty much the same attack we had here in 2011, and good to see how we have learned from the experience."

MS Dhoni: "It was difficult but we should have got there. It was close to 280 or 290 [with the quick outfield] rather than looking at it as 320-odd. Maybe I should have batted a few more overs. There was a situation in the middle when it looked they would have scored 340, spinners got us back. It is a new batch of bowlers, not experienced in international cricket. You have to make sure someone bats at one end and others rotate around him. I won't sound arrogant but it seemed easy when I and Raina were in, with five fielders in the circle. But once we fell, it was difficult."
Source: ndtv.com

0 comments:

Post a Comment