Statistical highlights of the T20 match between India and England in Edgbaston
Statistical highlights of the one-off twenty20 international between India and England at Edgbaston here. England defeated India by three runs.
Birmingham: Statistical highlights of the one-off twenty20 international between India and England at Edgbaston here. England defeated India by three runs.
1. India had won seven matches in a row while chasing in T20Is between September 30, 2012 and April 4, 2014, before losing to England by three runs.
2. England (180 for seven) have recorded their highest total against India in England in T20Is - their highest ever is 200 for six at Durban on September 19, 2007. They have defended a total of 180 nine times in T20Is.
3. Ajinkya Rahane became the first Indian fielder to take four catches in an innings in T20Is, joining Darren Sammy (West Indies), Peter Borren (Netherlands), Correy Anderson (New Zealand) and Dinesh Chandimal (Sri Lanka).
4. Moeen Ali has posted his second duck in T20Is - his first was against Sri Lanka at Chittagong on March 27, 2014.
5. England have won all three games in T20Is against India in England - by 3 runs at Lord's on June 14, 2009; by six wickets at Old Trafford, Manchester on August 31, 2011 and by 3 runs at Edgbaston, Birmingham on September 7, 2014.
6. England have won five games and lost three out of eight T20Is played against India - success % 62.50.
7. England have won both their games at Edgbaston in T20Is - their first win was by 28 runs vs South Africa on September 12, 2012.
8. Mohammed Shami (3/38) has recorded his best bowling performance in T20Is.
9. Eoin Morgan's splendid 71 off 31 balls is a record by an England batsman against India in T20Is, eclipsing Alex Hales' 56 off 35 balls at Pune on December 20, 2012. His first fifty against India is his sixth in T20Is.
10. Morgan's superb strike rate of 229.03 is the highest by a batsman against India in T20Is, bettering Pakistan's Mohammad Hafeez's 211.53 during his 55 off 26 balls at Ahmedabad on December 28, 2012.
11. Morgan became the second captain to hit seven sixes in an innings in T20Is. Chris Gayle was the first skipper to record the feat, achieving the feat against India during his magnificent innings of 98 off 66 balls at Bridgetown on May 9, 2010.
12. Morgan became the fourth batsman to register seven sixes in an innings against India in T20Is, joioning David Warner (Australia) at Bridgetown on May 7, 2010; Chris Gayle (WI) at Bridgetown on May 9, 2010 and Shane Watson (Australia) at Colombo (RPS) on September 28, 2012.
13. Morgan has become the second England batsman after Ravi Bopara to hit seven sixes in an innings in T20Is. Bopara, during his magnificent knock of 65 not out off 27 balls vs Australia at Hobart on January 29, 2014, had registered seven sixes.
14. Morgan became the second England captain to register a fifty in T20Is. Paul Collingwood was the first to accomplish the feat - once each vs West Indies, New Zealand and South Africa.
15. Morgan's aforesaid knock is his first fifty in 14 T20Is in England.
16. Morgan has received his second Man of the Match award vs India - his fourth in T20Is.
17. Virat Kohli (66 off 41 balls) has established a record for most fifties (nine) for India in T20Is, ecipsing Yuvraj Singh's tally of eight fifties.
18. Kohli, with 184 runs at an average of 30.66 in six matches, including a fifty, is the leading run-getter in India-England T20Is.
19. In his last six innings, Kohli has recorded five fifties in T20Is. His tally includes four consecutive fifties in chases in T20Is - 54 vs West Indies; 57 not out vs Bangladesh; 72 not out vs South Africa and 66 vs England.
20. Kohli is the leading run-getter for India in T20Is - 972 (ave.46.28) in 28 matches, eclipsing Yuvraj Singh's tally of 968 (ave.31.22) in 40 matches.
21. India have lost four matches in T20Is while chasing with MS Dhoni remaining unbeaten - the last occasion being - 22 vs New Zealand at Chennai on September 11, 2012.
22. Ravichandran Ashwin had conceded 17 runs in his first over - the most runs scored off an Indian bowler in the first over of a T20.