ICC Champions Trophy Stats: Hashim Amla has the highest average in One-Day Cricket

Updated: 11 June 2013 01:22 IST

Amla's average of 56.44 while aggregating 3566 in 71 matches is the highest by any batsman in ODIs (minimum qualification: 3000 runs)

ICC Champions Trophy Stats: Hashim Amla has the highest average in One-Day Cricket
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Statistical Highlights of South Africa vs Pakistan:

# South Africa (234/9) have recorded their highest total against Pakistan in the ICC Champions Trophy, obliterating the 213 for eight at Mohali on October 27, 2006.

# Four run-outs in South Africa's innings has equalled a record in the ICC Champions Trophy.  In India's innings of 307 for eight against Australia at Dhaka on October 28, 1998, the first instance of four run-outs was registered.  

# Hashim Amla (81 off 97 balls) has posted his first fifty in the ICC Champions Trophy, obliterating his previous highest of 38 vs New Zealand at Centurion on September 24, 2009.

# Amla's 20th fifty in ODIs is his third against Pakistan.  He enjoys an outstanding record in ODIs in England, aggregating 521 at an average of 74.42 in ten matches, including a hundred and two fifties.

# Amla's superb knock is the highest by a South African batsman against Pakistan in the ICC Champions Trophy, surpassing the 69 by Mark Boucher at Mohali on October 27, 2006.

# Amla's average of 56.44 while aggregating 3566 in 71 matches is the highest by any batsman in ODIs (minimum qualification: 3000 runs).

# Colin Ingram and Amla were involved in a partnership of 53 - South Africa's highest first-wicket stand against Pakistan in the ICC Champions Trophy.

# Amla and Plessis were associated in a stand of 69 - South Africa's highest second-wicket partnership against Pakistan in the ICC Champions Trophy.

# Abraham de Villiers has completed his 1000 runs in just 21 innings against Pakistan  - the quickest to the feat by any batsman against Pakistan in ODIs, obliterating Gary Kirsten's feat in 23 innings.

# Amongst the batsmen with 1000 runs or more against Pakistan in ODIs, de Villiers' average of 63.81 is the highest - 1021 runs in 21 innings (five times not out), including two centuries and eight fifties.

# Jean-Paul Duminy (24 off 38 balls) has equalled his highest score in the ICC Champions Trophy.  He had made 24 off 33 balls against England at Centurion on September 27, 2009.

# Duminy is averaging 18.55 in ODIs in England - 167 runs in nine innings with a highest of 33 vs England at The Oval on August 31, 2012.

# Imran Farhat has recorded four successive single-digit figures in the ICC Champions Trophy - 6 vs New Zealand at Mohali on October 25, 2006 & 4 vs South Africa at Mohali on October 27, 2006, 2 vs West Indies at The Oval on June 7, 2013 and 2 vs South Africa at Birmingham on June 10, 2013.  Overall, he has totalled 105 runs in seven innings at an average of 17.50, including a fifty - 53 off 64 balls vs Sri Lanka at Jaipur on October 17,2006.

# Mohammad Hafeez is averaging 15.40 in the ICC Champions Trophy - 77 runs in five innings - his sequence of scores being 22, 43 & 1 in 2006 and 4 & 7 in 2013.

# Chris Morris, on his ODI debut, has bowled impressively, capturing two for 12 off his first four overs.

# Pakistan have managed 18 for two in the first ten overs - the least number of runs by a team in the first ten overs in the ICC Champions Trophy.

# Shoaib Malik is averaging 7.57 in ODIs in England - 106 runs in 14 innings - the strike rate being 44.53.  Ten of his innings are single-digit scores.

# Nasir Jamshed has registered his highest score against South Africa in ODIs.

Topics : Cricket ICC Champions Trophy 2013 Inzamam-ul-Haq Shahid Afridi Hashim Amla Pakistan South Africa
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