T20 Statistical highlights: India vs England

Updated: 29 October 2011 22:20 IST

Statistical highlights of the one-off T20 international between India and England at Kolkata:

T20 Statistical highlights: India vs England
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Statistical highlights of the one-off T20 international between India and England at Kolkata:

# Kevin Pietersen (53 off 39 balls) has posted his first fifty against India in T20is, bettering the 46 at Lord's on June 14, 2009.

# Pietersen has posted six fifties in T20is - the most by an England batsman.  He has managed 171 in four matches against India - the highest in India-England Twenty20 Internationals.

# Pietersen's first Man Of the Match award against India is his fifth in T20Is.

# Pietersen's tally of five MOM awards is the most by an England player and only Sanath Jayasuriya and Shahid Afridi have received more MOM awards (six each) than Pietersen in Twenty20 Internationals.

# Ravindra Jadeja (4-1-9-1) has produced an economy rate of 2.25 - the best by an Indian bowler in Twenty20 Internationals, bettering the 2.75 by Pragyan Ojha
(4-0-11-2) against Zimbabwe at Harare on June 12,2010.

# Robin Uthappa's comeback in T20Is had lasted just three balls.  He had last played a T20I against Australia, making 1 at Melbourne on February 1, 2008.

# Suresh Raina (39 off 29 balls) has recorded his highest innings against England, bettering the 33 at Manchester on August 31, 2011.

# Ravichandran Ashwin (17 not out off 11 balls) has posted his highest innings in T20Is.

# Ashwin's aforesaid innings is the second highest by a number ten batsman for India in Twenty20 Internationals, next only to the 19 not out by Sreesanth against New Zealand at Johannesburg on September 16, 2007.

# Afghanistan's Hamid Hassan holds a record for the highest innings as number ten batsman - 22 against South Africa at Bridgetown on May 5, 2010.

# India (120/9) have posted their third lowest total in Twenty20 Internationals - the two lowest are 74 against Australia at Melbourne on February 1, 2008 and 118 for eight against South Africa at Nottingham on June 16, 2009.

# Steven Finn (3/22) has recorded his best bowling performance in T20Is. 

# Finn's above figures are the second best by an England bowler against India in Twenty20 Internationals, next only to 4 for 22 by Jade Dernbach at Old Trafford on August 31, 2011.

# Finn has set a bowling record for the best bowling figures in Twenty20 Internationals in India, bettering Yuvraj Singh's 3 for 23 for India against Sri Lanka at Mohali on December 12, 2009.

# Ajinkya Rahane has posted his first duck in Twenty20 Internationals. 

# Ravindra Jadeja has registered his first duck in Twenty20 Internationals.

# Ravi Bopara (2/16) has recorded his best figures against India in T20Is.

# Bopara's aforesaid performance is his second best, next only to the 4 for 10 against West Indies at The Oval on September 23, 2011.

# Praveen Kumar has posted his first duck in Twenty20 Internationals.

# Suresh Raina has taken his tally to 583 at an average of 32.38 in 22 matches, eclipsing Yuvraj Singh's tally of 567 (ave.31.50) in 23 matches.  Only Gautam Gambhir (621) has amassed more runs than Raina for India in T20Is.

# England's splendid six-wicket triumph is their third in four games against India in T20Is - success % 75.00.

# England have won three consecutive games against India in Twenty20 Internationals - by 3 runs at Lord's on June 14, 2009, by 6 wickets at Old Trafford on August 31, 2011 and by 6 wickets at Kolkata on October 29, 2011.

# England's aforesaid victory is their first against India in India since 2006.  England's last win in India was by 5 wickets in an ODI at Keenan Stadium, Jamshedpur on April 12, 2006

# England became the second team after New Zealand to post three wins in a row against India in Twenty20 Internationals.

Topics : Cricket India in England, 2011 England India Michael Clarke Kevin Pietersen England in India, 2011
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