Recent Records and Achievements

India
India defeated South Africa at the Maharashtra Cricket Association Stadium in a match commencing on the 10th October 2019. India have now won 10, lost 5, and drawn 3 in the 18 matches played between the two countries in India, see India v South Africa, and won the first matches played against South Africa at the Maharashtra Cricket Association Stadium. See India v South Africa at Maharashtra Cricket Association Stadium India scored 5/601 declared in the first innings of the match against South Africa at the Maharastra Cricket Association Stadium. It was the highest score recorded at the ground, see Maharashtra Cricket Association Stadium, and was the thirtieth time that India has recorded a score over 600 runs. See Innings Scores in Selected Range of 600 or more by India.

V Kohli (IND)
Virat Kohli scored 254 not out from 336 balls in the first innings of the match against South Africa at the Maharashtra Cricket Association Stadium on the 10th October 2019. It was his highest score, see Best Batting Performances, the highest score at the Maharashtra Cricket Association Stadium, see Maharashtra Cricket Association Stadium, the highest score recorded by an Indian captain, see Highest Innings Scores as Captain For India, the highest score by an Indian player batting at number four position, see Highest Scores in Each Batting Position For India, and the highest score recorded in the 2019 calendar year. See Players with Highest Individual Innings in 2019 . Virat Kohli scored his seventh double century, first against South Africa, see Players Scoring Double Centuries , has now scored 1,063 runs at an average of 62.53 against South Africa, see Players Scoring 1,000 Runs Versus South Africa, and overall, has scored 7,054 runs, see Indian Players Scoring 5000 Career Runs, at an average of 55.11. See Highest Batting Averages for Players Batting 30 Innings.

M A Agarwal (IND)
Mayank Agarwal scored 108 runs from 195 balls in the first innings of the match against South Africa at the Maharashtra Cricket Association Stadium on the 10th October 2019. It was his second highest score, second century, see Best Batting Performances,and he has now scored 605 runs at an average of 60.50. See Graphical Analysis of Runs Scored against All Countries.

K A Maharaj (SAF)
Keshav Maharaj took 1/196 in the first innings of the match against India at the Maharashtra Cricket Association Stadium, in a match commencing on the 10th October 2019. It was the third highest number of runs conceded by a South African bowler. See Bowlers Conceding Most Runs in an Innings.

A Nortje (SAF)
Anrich Nortje took 0/100 in the first innings of the match against India at the Maharashtra Cricket Association Stadium, in a match commencing on the 10th October 2019. Anrich Nortje became the second South African bowler to concede 100 runs with out taking a wicket when playing on debut. See Bowlers Conceding 100 Runs in an Innings without Taking a Wicket on Debut.

Pakistan
Pakistan defeated Sri Lanka at the National Stadium on the 2nd October 2019. Pakistan have now won 18, and lost 12, in the 30 matches played between the two countries in Pakistan, see Pakistan v Sri lanka, and won 7 and lost 3 of the 10 matches played against Sri Lanka at the National Stadium. Pakistan v Sri lanka at National Stadium. Pakistan won the series 2-0, and have now won 9, lost 3, and drawn 1 of the 13 series against Sri Lanka in Pakistan. See ODI Series for Pakistan versus Sri Lanka at Home.

M D Gunathilaka (SRL)
Danushka Gunathilaka scored 133 runs from 134 balls in the match against Pakistan at the National Stadium on the 2nd October 2019. It was his highest score, and second century, see Best Batting Performances, first against Pakistan, see Performances by Opponent, and he has now scored 1249 runs at an average of 34.69. See Graphical Analysis of Runs Scored against All Countries.

Pakistan
Pakistan defeated Sri Lanka at the National Stadium on the 30th September 2019. Pakistan have now won 17, and lost 12, in the 29 matches played between the two countries in Pakistan, see Pakistan v Sri lanka, and won 6 and lost 3 of the 9 matches played against Sri Lanka at the National Stadium. Pakistan v Sri lanka at National Stadium.

Usman Shinwari (PAK)
Usman Shinwari took 5/51 in the match against Sri Lanka at the National Stadium on the 30th September 2019. It was his second best bowling performance, see Best Bowling Performances, the fifth time that he has taken four wickets or more in a match, see Performances by Opponent, and he has now taken 33 wickets at an average of 17.94. See Graphical Analysis of Wickets Taken against All Countries.

Babar Azam (PAK)
Babar Azam scored 115 runs from 105 balls in the match against Sri Lanka at the National Stadium on the 30th September 2019. It was his eleventh century, see Best Batting Performances, third against Sri Lanka, see Performances by Opponent, first century in Pakistan, see Performances by Country, with all eleven centuries scored when batting a number three position. See Performance Analysis by Batting Position . Babar Azam has now scored 3,328 runs, and his average of 54.56 is the highest by a Pakistan batsman. See Highest Batting Averages for Players Batting 30 Innings for Pakistan.

G S N D G Jayasuriya (SRL)
Shehan Jayasuriya scored 96 runs from 109 balls in the match against Pakistan at the National Stadium on the 30th September 2019. It was his highest score, see Best Batting Performances, and he has now scored 192 runs at an average of 24.0. See Graphical Analysis of Runs Scored against All Countries.

Namibia
Namibia defeated Papua New Guinea at Central Broward Regional Park on the 23rd September 2019. Namibia remain unbeaten in the two matches played between the two countries. See Namibia v Papua New Guinea.

A Vala (PNG)
Assad Vala scored 104 runs from 114 balls in the match against Namibia at Central Broward Regional Park on the 23rd September 2019. It was maiden century, see Best Batting Performances, the third highest score by a Papua New Guinea batsman, see Highest Scores for Papua New Guinea, and he has now scored 739 runs at an average of 27.37. See Graphical Analysis of Runs Scored against All Countries.

B M Scholtz (NAM)
Bernard Scholtz took 4/27 in the match against Papua New Guinea at Central Broward Regional Park on the 23rd September 2019. It was his best bowling performance, the first time that he has taken four wickets in a match, see Best Bowling Performances, the fourth best Namibian bowling performance, see Best Bowling Performances for Namibia, and he has now taken 8 wickets at an average of 16.38. See Graphical Analysis of Wickets Taken against All Countries.

Oman
Oman defeated the Nepal at the Al Almerat Cricket Ground on the 10th October 2019, which was the inaugural match played between the two countries. See Oman v Nepal.

Aamir Kaleem (OMA)
Aamir Kaleem took 5/15 in the match against Nepal at Al Amerat Cricket Ground on the 10th October 2019. It was his best bowling performance, and the first time that he has taken five wickets in a match. See Best Bowling Performances. Also, it was the best bowling performance by an Oman bowler, see Best Bowling Performances For Oman, and he has now taken 14 wickets at an average of 17.14. See Career Bowling - T20 Cricket.

Netherlands
Netherlands defeated Hong Kong at the Al Almerat Cricket Ground on the 10th October 2019, and have now won 1, and lost 1 of the 2 matches played between the two countries at neutral venues. See Hong Kong v Netherlands.

Sri Lanka
Sri Lanka defeated Pakistan at Gaddafi Stadium on the 9th October 2019, and have now won 3, and lost 1 of the 4 matches played between the two countries in Pakistan. See Pakistan v Sri Lanka. Sri Lanka won the 3 match series 3-0, which is the first time that Sri Lanka have "clean sweeped" a series. See Sides Winning Every Match in a Series of 3 or more matches.

P W H de Silva (SRL)
Pinnaduwage (Wanidu Hasaranga) de Silva took 3/21 in the match against Pakistan at Gaddafi Stadium on the 9th October 2019, which was his best bowling performance, see Best Bowling Performances, and he has now taken 12 wickets at an average of 12.00. See Career Bowling - T20 Cricket.

Oman
Oman defeated the Netherlands at the Al Almerat Cricket Ground on the 9th October 2019, and have now won 1, and lost 1 of the 2 matches played between the two countries in Oman. See Oman v Netherlands.

Khawar Ali (OMA)
Khawar Ali took 4/16 including a Hat Trick in the match against the Netherlands at Al Amerat Cricket Ground on the 9th October 2019, and became the first player from Oman to take a "Hat Trick". See Bowling Hat Tricks. Also, It was his best bowling performance, and the first time that he has taken four wickets in a match, see Best Bowling Performances, and he has now taken 16 wickets at an average of 19.63. See Career Bowling - T20 Cricket.

Zeeshan Maqsood (NEP)
Zeeshan Maqsood took 4/7 in the match against the Netherlands at Al Amerat Cricket Ground on the 9th October 2019. It was his best bowling performance, and the first time that he has taken four wickets in a match, see Best Bowling Performances, and he has now taken 14 wickets at an average of 21.14. See Career Bowling - T20 Cricket.

Ireland
Ireland defeated Nepal at the Al Almerat Cricket Ground on the 9th October 2019, and won the inaugural match played between the two countries at a neutral venue. See Ireland v Nepal.

Sri Lanka
Sri Lanka defeated Pakistan at Gaddafi Stadium on the 7th October 2019, and have now won 2, and lost 1 of the 3 matches played between the two countries in Pakistan. See Pakistan v Sri Lanka.

N Pradeep (SRL)
Nuwan Pradeep took 4/25 in the match against Pakistan at Gaddafi Stadium on the 7th October 2019. It was his best bowling performance, and the first time that he has taken four wickets in a match, see Best Bowling Performances, and he has now taken 14 wickets at an average of 23.79. See Career Bowling - T20 Cricket.

Nepal
Nepal defeated the Netherlands at the Al Almerat Cricket Ground on the 7th October 2019, and have won the first match played between the two countries at a neutral venues. See Netherlands v Nepal.


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