England vs Sri Lanka Stats: Sangakkara gets 21st MoM award, Eranga earns dubious distinction

Updated: 14 June 2013 08:54 IST

Kumar Sangakkara stole the thunder from Alastair Cook and Jonathan Trott as Sri Lanka kept their Champions Trophy hopes alive and kicking. Nuwan Kulasekara, sent up the order, too surprised the home team with a swashbuckling knock.

England vs Sri Lanka Stats: Sangakkara gets 21st MoM award, Eranga earns dubious distinction
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# Sri Lanka's seven-wicket triumph is their first in three matches vs England in the ICC Champions Trophy. England had won the first two games against Sri Lanka - by 49 runs at Southampton on September 17, 2004 and by six wickets at Johannesburg on September 25, 2009.

# Sri Lanka's aforesaid win is their 25th in 51 matches vs England - winning % 49.01.

# Sri Lanka have won two and lost two out of four played against England at The Oval.

# Sri Lanka's 297 for three is their highest total against England in the ICC Champions Trophy - their highest in the second innings - their third highest overall in the ICC Champions Trophy.

# Sri Lanka's above total is the highest successful chase in the history of the ICC Champions Trophy - the third highest in the second innings. South Africa remains the only team to have amassed 300 twice while batting in the second innings in the ICC Champions Trophy but lost on both the occasions - 305 vs India at Cardiff on June 6, 2013 and 301 for nine vs England at Centurion on September 27, 2009.

# England (293/7) have recorded their highest total vs Sri Lanka in the ICC Champions Trophy, obliterating the 251 for seven at Southampton on September 17, 2004.

# England's aforesaid total is their fourth highest in the ICC Champions Trophy - the highest being 323 for eight vs South Africa at Centurion on September 27, 2009. The said score is the second highest by any team vs Sri Lanka in the ICC Champions Trophy - the highest being New Zealand's 315 for seven at Johannesburg on September 27, 2009.

# England's 600th ODI is their 18th in the ICC Champions Trophy.

# Shaminda Eranga (10-0-80-2) has recorded his worst bowling performance in ODIs. He became the second Sri Lankan bowler to concede 80 or more in an innings in the ICC Champions Trophy. Lasith Maling had figures of 10-0-85-1 vs New Zealand at Johannesburg on September 27, 2009.

# Eranga has earned a dubious distinction of conceding most runs (28) in an over in the ICC Champions Trophy.

# Three fifties have been recorded in England's innings. England became the first team to produce four such instances in the ICC Champions Trophy, followed by three by South Africa.

# For the first time, any team has registered three fifties in an innings vs Sri Lanka in the ICC Champions Trophy.

# Alastair Cook (59 off 85 balls) has posted his first fifty in the ICC Champions Trophy.

# Cook has registered strike rate of 69.41 - his second slowest in an innings of fifty-plus - the slowest being 65.04 during his innings of 80 off 123 balls vs Sri Lanka at Colombo (RPS) on October 10, 2007.

# Cook's third fifty vs Sri Lanka is his 17th in ODIs. As captain, he has recorded four hundreds and 14 fifties in 46 innings.

# Cook is the fourth English captain after Nasser Hussain (two), Michael Vaughan, Adam Hollioake to post a fifty in the ICC Champions Trophy.

# Jonathan Trott has posted his 21st fifty in ODIs - his third vs Sri Lanka and the first in the ICC Champions Trophy.

# Trott, with 119 runs at an average of 59.50 in two games, is the leading run-getter for England in the ICC Champions Trophy 2013.

# Trott's 76 off 87 balls is the second highest score by an England batsman vs Sri Lanka in the ICC Champions Trophy - the highest being Andrew Flintoff's 104 off 91 balls at Southampton on September 17, 2004.

# Ian Bell (20) is averaging 24.41 in seventeen innings vs Sri Lanka in ODIs with just one fifty - 77 at Chester-le-Street on June 24, 2006 - his aggregate is 415 at a strike rate of 65.56.

# Bell has completed his 200 runs in five innings in the ICC Champions Trophy - 208 runs at an average of 41.60, including two fifties - one each vs West Indies (50 at Ahmedabad on October 28, 2006) and Australia (91 at Birmingham on June 8, 2013).

# Bell is the first batsman to manage 600 runs in ODIs - his aggregate being 602 (ave.50.16) in thirteen matches, including a hundred and four fifties.

# Alastair Cook and Ian Bell have managed 1061 runs in 25 innings, including two stands of 100-plus and seven of 50-plus at an average of 44.20 for the opening wicket. Only Nick Knight and Marcus Trescothick, with 1567 runs in 43 innings at an average of 36.44, including four stands of 100-plus and eight of fifty-plus, have aggregated more than Cook and Bell for the first wicket for England in ODIs.

# Cook and Trott have shared a second-wicket partnership of 83 - England's

highest second-wicket partnership vs Sri Lanka in the ICC Champions Trophy.

# Joe Root (68 off 55 balls) has posted his first fifty in the ICC Champions Trophy - his fourth fifty in ODIs.

# Root's strike rate of 123.63 is the second highest by an England batsman in the ICC Champions Trophy, next only to Eoin Morgan's 197.05 during his innings of 67 off 34 balls vs South Africa at Centurion on September 27, 2009. (minimum 60)

# Ravi Bopara (33 not out off 13 balls) has recorded strike rate of 253.84 - the second highest in the ICC Champions Trophy, next only to Shahid Afridi's 305.55 (55 not out off 18 balls) vs Netherlands at Colombo, SSC on September 21, 2002.(minimum qualification: 25 runs).

# Bopara has completed his 2000 runs in ODIs - 2006 (ave.31.84) in 86 matches. He is the 22nd batsman to achieve the feat for England in ODIs.

# Root is averaging 55.22 in ODIs - his aggregate being 497 in twelve innings. All his innings in ODIs are double-digit scores.

# Trott and Root have added 87 for the third wicket - England's highest for this wicket-position vs Sri Lanka in the ICC Champions Trophy - their second highest for any wicket vs Sri Lanka in the said competition, next only to the 94 for the fifth wicket between Paul Collingwood and Andrew Flintoff at Southampton on September 17, 2004.

# Rangana Herath (2/46) has produced his best bowling performance vs England in ODIs - his best as well in the ICC Champions Trophy.

# Jos Buttler has recorded his second duck in ODIs.

# The unbroken 39-run stand between Bopara and Broad is England's highest eighth-wicket stand vs Sri Lanka in the ICC Champions Trophy.

# Kumar Sangakkara and Tillakaratne Dilshan have shared a stand of 92 - Sri Lanka's highest for the second wicket against England in the ICC Champions Trophy.

# Dilshan (44 off 56 balls) has posted his highest score in England in ODIs.

# Kumar Sangakkara, for the first time, has recorded successive fifty-plus innings in the ICC Champions Trophy - 68 vs New Zealand at Cardiff and 134 not out vs England at The Oval.

# Sangakkara's 15th century in ODIs is his first against England. His previous highest vs England was 75 off 107 balls at Nottingham on July 6, 2011.

# Sangakkara's tally of 202 at an average of 202.00 is the second highest in the ICC Champions Trophy 2013, next only to the 216 (ave.216.00) by Shikhar Dhawan.

# Sangakkara's 134 not out off 135 balls is the second highest by a wicketkeeper in the ICC Champions Trophy, next only to Andy Flower's unbeaten 145 off 164 balls for Zimbabwe vs India at Colombo, RPS on September 14, 2002. Flower and Sangakkara are the only centurions as wicketkeepers in the ICC Champions Trophy.

# Sangakkara has set a record for the highest individual innings by a Sri Lankan batsman in the ICC Champions Trophy surpassing the 132 by Avishka Gunawardene off 146 balls vs West Indies at Nairobi on October 4, 2000.

# Sangakkara is the first Sri Lankan player to register a hundred vs England in the ICC Champions Trophy. His innings is the second highest in a successful chase in the ICC Champions Trophy, next only to the 136 not out by Shane Watson for Australia vs England at Centurion on October 2, 2009.

# Sangakkara, with 663 runs at an average of 41.43 in 20 matches, is the top run-scorer for Sri Lanka in the ICC Champions Trophy.

# Sangakkara has posted his first century in ODIs in England. He became the second Sri Lankan batsman after Sanath Jayasuriya (122 on June 20, 2006) to record a hundred vs England at The Oval.

# Sangakkara's unbeaten knock is the highest individual innings by any batsman against England at The Oval, outstripping Greg Chappell's 125 not out for Australia on June 6, 1977. Only Nathan Astle (145 not out off 151 balls for New Zealand vs USA on September 10, 2004) has recorded more runs in an innings in ODIs than Sangakkara at The Oval.

# Sangakkara has received his 21st Man of the Match award in ODIs - his second vs England.

# Sangakkara and Jayawardene were involved in a 85-run stand - Sri Lanka's highest third-wicket partnership against England in the ICC Champions Trophy.

# Nuwan Kulasekara (58 not out) has recorded his highest score in the ICC Champions Trophy - his second fifty.

# Kulasekara's third fifty in ODIs is his first vs England.

# The 110-run unbroken fourth-wicket partnership between Kulasekara and Sangakkara is Sri Lanka's highest for any wicket vs England in the ICC Champions Trophy.

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