India Vs Bangladesh 2019-20 Third T20I – Statistical Highlights
India won the three-match home T20I series against Bangladesh after winning the series decider third and final T20I of the series at Nagpur on Sunday (10th November) night.
Bangladesh sent India to bat first after winning the toss. The hosts managed to score 174/5 (20 overs) in the first innings. In the second innings, India bowled out the visitors for 144 runs (19.2 overs) and won the match by 30 runs. Finally, India won this series by the 2-1 margin.
Brief Scores: India – 174/5 in 20 overs (Shreyas Iyer 62, KL Rahul 52; Soumya Sarkar 2/29)
Bangladesh – 144 in 19.2 overs (Mohammad Naim 81, Mohammad Mithun 27; Deepak Chahar 6/7)
Result – India won by 30 runs
Here are some of the statistical highlights of the match:
India vs Bangladesh batting scenario
|Total||174/5 (20 overs)||144 (19.2 overs)|
|Extras||2 (2 wides)||5 (2 wides and 3 leg-byes)|
i) Indian pacers took a total of nine wickets in this match.
- It was the second time when the Indian pacers picked up a total of nine wickets in a T20I innings. Their first such achievement was during the 2007 ICC World T20 final at Johannesburg where the Indian pacers combinedly took nine wickets against Pakistan.
ii) India won this match by 30 runs.
- It was India’s second-largest T20I victory (by runs) against Bangladesh. Their record margin T20I victory against Bangladesh was winning by 45 runs at Dhaka on 24th February 2016.
Mohammad Naim and Mohammad Mithun (Bangladesh)
i) Bangladesh batsmen Mohammad Naim and Mohammad Mithun put the 98 runs partnership for the third wicket.
- It is Bangladesh’s highest T20I partnership for any wicket against India. Their previous record was 65 runs partnership between Mushfiqur Rahim and Sabbir Rahman for the fifth wicket (at Colombo, RPS on 14th March 2018).
Mohammad Naim (Bangladesh)
i) Bangladesh opener Mohammad Naim scored 81 runs.
- It is the highest individual score for a Bangladesh batsman against India in T20I history. Sabbir Rahman was the previous record holder with 77 runs (at Colombo, RPS on 18th March 2018).
- It is the second-highest individual score for a Bangladesh batsman in the second innings of a T20I match. Opener Tamim Iqbal is holding this record as he scored 88 not out against West Indies (at Dhaka on 10th December 2012.)
Yuzvendra Chahal (India)
i) Playing his 34th T20I, the leg-spinner Yuzvendra Chahal completed his 50 T20I wickets.
- Yuzvendra Chahal became the fastest Indian bowler to complete 50 T20I wickets. The previous record-holder was the pacer Jasprit Bumrah as he achieved this feat in 41 T20Is.
- Yuzvendra Chahal is the third Indian bowler to claim the 50 T20I wickets. Ravichandran Ashwin (52 wickets) and Jasprit Bumrah (51 wickets) were the first two Indian bowlers to take 50 T20I wickets.
- Yuzvendra Chahal became the fifth-fastest bowler to complete 50 T20I wickets.
Deepak Chahar (India)
i) The right-arm pacer Deepak Chahar claimed a hat-trick.
- Deepak Chahar became the first Indian bowler to claim a T20I hat-trick.
- Deepak Chahar became the 11th bowler to claim a T20I hat-trick. However, it was the 12th hat-trick in T20I history as the Sri Lankan right-arm pacer Lasith Malinga has taken two T20I hat-tricks.
ii) Deepak Chahar had the bowling figures of 3.2-0-7-6.
- It is the best bowling figures in T20I cricket history. The previous record was 4-2-8-6 by Ajantha Mendis (Sri Lanka) against Zimbabwe at Hambantota on 18th September 2012.
- After Yuzvendra Chahal, Deepak Chahar became the second Indian bowler to claim a six-wicket haul in a T20I match. Chahal had the bowling figures of 4-0-25-6 against England at Bengaluru on 1st February 2017. Ajantha Mendis was the only other bowler to claim a six-wicket haul in a T20I match but he did it twice.
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