Saturday, March 3, 2018

Kane Williamson - 5000 runs in ODI's

Kane Williamson reached 5000 runs in ODI cricket during the 3rd ODI against England at Wellington notching up his 11th hundred in the process. Williamson became the 6th New Zealand batsman and the 5th fastest in ODI history to reach the 5000 run landmark.

New Zealand fell short by 4 runs as the match went on to a tense finish to the final ball.

Kane Williamson ODI Hundred 11

"Everyone at this ground is standing to applaud their captain" #NZvENG

Posted by Blackcaps on Saturday, March 3, 2018

Saturday, February 24, 2018

WATCH: Chris Gayle - 215 vs Zimbabwe in World Cup 2015

On February 24, 2015, Chris Gayle became the first player to score an ODI double hundred in a World cup match when West Indies took on Zimbabwe in the Group match at Canberra. This happened on the same day exactly five years after Sachin made the first double century in ODIs. Gayle hit 16 sixes and 10 fours in his 147 ball knock.

West Indies won the match by 73 runs on Duckworth–Lewis method and Gayle was adjudged the Player of the Match.



WATCH: Sachin Tendulkar - 200* in ODI vs South Africa

On February 24, 2010, Sachin Tendulkar became the first batsman to score a double century in ODI history during the 2nd ODI against South Africa at Gwalior. Tendulkar hit 25 fours and 3 sixes in his 147 ball knock.

India went on to score 401/3 and won the match by 153 runs.


Posted by Cric Onomics on Friday, February 23, 2018


Thursday, February 22, 2018

WATCH: Fastest ball in Cricket history!

On February 22, 2003, Shoaib Akhtar bowled the fastest delivery in cricket history during the 2003 World Cup match between England and Pakistan at Newlands, Cape Town, South Africa. The last ball of the 4th over of the England innings was measured at 161.3 km/h in the speed gun which is 100.2 mph.

Australian bowlers Shaun Tait (161.1 km/h), Brett Lee (161.1 km/h), Jeff Thomson (160.6 km/h) and Mitchell Starc (160.4 km/h) are the other bowlers to cross the 160 km/h mark.



Sunday, February 18, 2018

WATCH: Australia registers highest successful chase in T20Is

Australia registered the highest successful chase in all T20s when they chased a target of 244 against New Zealand in the 5th match of the Trans-Tasman Twenty20 Tri-series. The previous highest chase in a T20I belonged to West Indies, against South Africa at the Wanderers in 2015.

The 488 run aggregate in this match is the second-highest ever in T20Is. The overall record, which this match missed by one run, was set in the India-West Indies clash in Lauderhill in 2016.

Australia 245/5 New Zealand Auckland 2018
West Indies 236/6 South Africa Johannesburg 2015
England 230/8 South Africa Mumbai 2016
Australia 214/4 New Zealand Christchurch 2010
India 211/4 Sri Lanka Mohali 2009
Aus world-record T20I chase

Usually, we have to edit down our SKY Sport NZ highlights 😅 Not today! 487 runs ... 32 sixes ... World Record T20I run-chase 🙌 #TriSeries #NZvAUS

Posted by Blackcaps on Friday, February 16, 2018


Most runs in a bilateral ODI series

Virat Kohli became the first batsman to score 500+ runs in a bilateral ODI series when he finished with 558 runs in 6 innings at an average of 186 in the tour of South Africa 2018. Kohli hit 3 centuries and a half century in the series and was also the Player of the series.

Virat Kohli (IND) 6 558 186.00 India tour of South Africa 2018
Rohit Sharma (IND) 6 491 122.75 Australia tour of India 2013
George Bailey (AUS) 6 478 95.60 Australia tour of India 2013
Hamilton Masakadza (ZIM) 5 467 116.75 Kenya tour of Zimbabwe 2009
Chris Gayle (WI) 7 455 65.00 West Indies tour of India 2002

Saturday, February 17, 2018

WATCH: Virat Kohli - 129* against South Africa in the 6th ODI at Centurion

Virat Kohli scored yet another hundred in South Africa, his 35th ODI hundred and 3rd in the series during the 6th ODI at Centurion. Kohli's unbeaten 129 included 19 fours and 2 sixes. India chased the target of 205 with ease in the 33rd over losing only 2 wickets.

India won the 6 match series 5-1 and Kohli was adjudged the Player of the series.


Posted by Cric Onomics on Saturday, February 17, 2018


Sunday, February 11, 2018

Rangana Herath - Most wickets for a left-arm bowler in Tests

Rangana Herath became the highest wicket taking left-arm bowler in Test cricket when he took the final wicket of Bangladesh's second innings in the 2nd Test at Dhaka. He trapped Taijul Islam lbw to go past Wasim Akram's 414 wickets. Herath now has 415 wickets in 89 tests at an average of 28.17.

Sri Lanka won the test by 215 runs and the series 1-0.

Rangana Herath (SL) 89 415
Wasim Akram (PAK) 104 414
Daniel Vettori (NZ) 113 362
Chaminda Vaas (SL) 111 355
Mitchell Johnson (AUS) 73 313
Zaheer Khan (IND) 92 311

WATCH: Virat Kohli - 112 against South Africa in the 1st ODI at Durban

Virat Kohli (112) scored a brilliant century to guide India to victory in the 1st ODI against South Africa at Durban. Chasing a target of 270, India reached there with ease in the 46th over with Ajinkya Rahane (79) stitching a 189-run partnership for the third wicket with Kohli.

This was Kohli's 33rd hundred and his first in South Africa. He has played in nine countries, all full-members, and has centuries in all of them.

India won the match by 6 wickets thereby ending South Africa's 17 consecutive ODIs wins at home.
Virat Kohli was also adjudged the Player of the Match.


Posted by Cric Onomics on Sunday, February 11, 2018


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