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Recent Records and Achievements

Sri Lanka
Sri Lanka defeated South Africa at Kingsmead in a match commencing on the 13th February 2019. Sri Lanka have now won 2, lost 11, and drawn 1, of the 14 matches against South Africa in South Africa, see South Africa v Sri Lanka, and won 2, and drawn 1, in the 3 matches played against South Africa at Kingsmead. See South Africa v Sri Lanka at Kingsmead.

M D K J Perera (SRL)
Kusal Perera scored 153 not out from 200 balls in the second innings of the match against South Africa at Kingsmead in a match commencing on the 13th February 2019. It was his highest score, and second century, see Best Batting Performances, first against South Africa, see Performances by Opponent at All Grounds, the highest score by a Sri Lankan batsman at Kingsmead, see Sri Lankan Players Scoring Centuries at Kingsmead - (Test Cricket) , and the second highest score by a Sri Lankan batsman in the fourth innings of the match. See Players Scoring a Century in the 4th Innings of Match. Kusal Perera has now scored 890 runs at an average of 35.60.

L Embuldeniya (SRL)
Lasith Embuldeniya took 5/66 in the first innings of the match against South Africa at Kingsmead in a match commencing on the 13th February 2019. Lasith Embuldeniya became the fourth Sri Lankan bowler to take five wickets in an innings on debut, see Players taking 5 Wickets in an Innings on Debut, and has now taken 6 wickets at an average of 19.5. See Performances by Opponent at All Grounds.

England
England defeated the West Indies at the Darren Sammy National Cricket Stadium in a match commencing on the 9th February 2019. England have now won 15, lost 27, and drawn 29, of the 71 matches against the West Indies in the West Indies, see West Indies v England, and won the first match played against the West Indies at the Darren Sammy National Cricket Stadium. See West Indies v England at Darren Sammy National Cricket Stadium. England lost the 3 match series 1-2, and have now won 3, lost 9 and drawn 4 of the 16 series against the West Indies in the West Indies. See Test Series for West Indies Versus England at Home .

R L Chase (WIN)
Roston Chase scored 102 not out from 191 balls in the second innings of the match against England at the Darren Sammy National Cricket Stadium in a match commencing on the 9th February 2019. It was his fifth century, see Best Batting Performances, first against England, see Performances by Opponent at All Grounds, fourth in the West Indies, and first at the Darren Sammy National Cricket Stadium. See Performances in West Indies. Also, it was his second century in the fourth innings of the match, where he averages 47.13, see Performance Analysis by Innings Number , and has now scored 1,621 runs at an average of 33.08. See Players Scoring 1000 Career Runs for the West Indies.

J E Root (ENG)
Joe Root scored 122 runs from 225 balls in the second innings of the match against the West Indies at Darren Sammy National Cricket Stadium in a match commencing on the 9th February 2019. It was his sixteenth century, see Best Batting Performances, third against the West Indies, see Performances by Opponent at All Grounds, second against the West Indies, and first at the Darren Sammy National Cricket Stadium. See Performances in West Indies. Also, it was his fourth century in the third innings of the match, where he averages 48.12, see Performance Analysis by Innings Number , and overall, has now scored 6,685 runs at an average of 49.52. See Players Scoring 5000 Career Runs for England.

M A Wood (ENG)
Mark Wood took 5/41 in the first innings of the match against the West Indies at Darren Sammy National Cricket Stadium in a match commencing on the 9th February 2019. It was his best bowling performance, see Best Bowling Performances, the first time that he has taken five wickets in an innings, and has now taken 35 wickets at an average of 36.94. See Performances by Opponent at All Grounds.

New Zealand
New Zealand defeated Bangladesh at Hagley Oval on the 16th February 2019. New Zealand have now all 12 matches against Bangladesh in New Zealand, see New Zealand v Bangladesh, which includes the matches between the two countries at Hagley Oval. See New Zealand v Bangladesh at Hagley Oval.

M J Guptill (NZL)
Martin Guptill scored 118 runs from 88 balls in the match against Bangladesh at McLean Park on the 16th February 2019. It was his sixteenth century, see Best Batting Performances, third against Bangladesh, see Performances by Opponent at All Grounds, second in successive matches, see Batting-Progressive Average and Aggregate at All Grounds, tenth in New Zealand, and first at Hagley Oval. See Performances in New Zealand. Martin Guptill has now scored 6,411 runs at an average of 43.61. See Highest Batting Averages for Players Batting 30 Innings for New Zealand.

Mushfiqur Rahim (BAN)
Mushfiqur Rahim scored 24 runs in his 200th match, which was against New Zealand at Hagley Oval on the 16th February 2019. Mushfiqur Rahim become the second Bangladesh player to reach the 200 matches milestone. See Playing Most ODI Matches.

New Zealand
New Zealand defeated Bangladesh at McLean Park on the 13th January 2019. New Zealand have now all 11 matches against Bangladesh in New Zealand, see New Zealand v Bangladesh, which includes the 3 matches between the two countries at McLean Park. See New Zealand v Bangladesh at McLean Park.

Scotland
Scotland defeated Ireland at Al Amerat Cricket Ground on the 15th February 2019, which was the first match that Scotland had won against Ireland at neutral venues. See Ireland v Scotland .

Netherlands
Netherlands defeated Oman at Al Amerat Cricket Ground on the 15th February 2019, which was the first match between the two countries in Oman. See Oman v Netherlands.

New Zealand
New Zealand scored 4/212 in defeating India at Seddon Park on the 10th February 2019. It was New Zealand's fifth highest score, see Highest Innings Scores, and the highest score recorded at Seddon Park. See Seddon Park. New Zealand have now won 4, lost 1 of the 5 matches against India in New Zealand, see New Zealand v India, which includes the first match played against India at Seddon Park. See New Zealand v India at home. New Zealand won the series 2-1, and have now won both series against India in New Zealand. See New Zealand v India at Home.

C Munro (NZL)
Colin Munro scored 72 runs from 40 balls in the match against India at Seddon Park on the 10th February 2019. It was his ninth half century, first against India, see Best Batting Performances, has now scored 1,411 runs at an average of 33.60, see Performances by Opponent at All Grounds, and his scoring rate of 162.0 is the second highest in T20. See Fastest Scoring Rate for Players with Minimum of 500 Runs) .

India
India defeated New Zealand at Eden Park on the 8th February 2019. India have now won 1, and lost 3 in the 4 matches against New Zealand in New Zealand, see New Zealand v India, which includes the first match played against New Zealand at Eden Park. See New Zealand v India at home.
 


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