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Recent Records and Achievements

D J Malan (ENG)
Dawid Malan has currently scored 110 not out from 174 balls in the first innings of the match against Australia at the W.A.C.A. Ground in a match commencing on the 14th December 2017. It is his maiden century, see Best Batting Performances, and he has now scored 407 runs at an average of 33.92.See Performances by Opponent at All Grounds.

New Zealand
New Zealand defeated the West Indies at Seddon Park in a match commencing on the 9th December 2017. New Zealand have now won 12, lost 7, and drawn 10 in the 29 matches against the West Indies in New Zealand, see New Zealand v West Indies, and have won all 3 matches between the two countries at Seddon Park. See New Zealand v West Indies at Seddon Park. New Zealand won the series 2-0, and have now won 5, lost 3, and drawn 3 of the 11 series against the West Indies in New Zealand. New Zealand have not lost a series against the West Indies in New Zealand since February 1995. See Test Series for New Zealand Versus West Indies at Home .

T A Boult (NZL)
Trent Boult took 2/52 in the second innings of the match against the West Indies at Seddon Park in a match commencing on the 9th December 2017. It took his aggregate to 200 wickets, and he became the sixth New Zealand player to reach the 200 wickets milestone. See New Zealand Players taking 200 Career Wickets.

L R P L Taylor (NZL)
Ross Taylor scored 107 not out from 198 balls in the second innings of the match against the West Indies at Seddon Park in a match commencing on the 9th December 2017. It was his seventeenth century, fourth against the West Indies, see Performances by Opponent at All Grounds, tenth in New Zealand, and fifth at Seddon Park. See Performances in New Zealand. Ross Taylor is the leading run scorer at Seddon Park with 904 runs at an average of 53.18, see Seddon Park - Top Batsmen - All Time - By Aggregate Runs - (Test Cricket) . Also, he has scored 408 runs at an average of 81.6 in the 2017 calendar year, see Performance Analysis by Year. Overall, Taylor has made 6,246 runs at an average of 48.05. See New Zealand Players Scoring 5000 Career Runs.

India
India drew with Sri Lanka at Feroz Shah Kotla in a match commencing on the 2nd December 2017. India have now won 11, and drawn 9 in the 20 matches against Sri Lanka in India, see India v Sri Lanka, and won 1, and drawn 1 in the 2 matches between the two countries at Feroz Shah Kotla. See India v Sri Lanka at Feroz Shah Kotla. India won the series 1-0, and have now won 6, and drawn 2 of the 8 series against Sri Lanka in India. See Test Series for India Versus Sri Lanka at Home .

D M de Silva (SRL)
Dhananjaya de Silva retired hurt on 119 runs from 219 balls in the second innings of the match against India at Feroz Shah Kotla in a match commencing on the 2nd December 2017. It was his third highest score, see Best Batting Performances, third century, first against India, see Performances by Opponent at All Grounds, and the first in the fourth innings of a match. See Performance Analysis by Innings Number . Dhananjaya de Silva has now scored 846 runs at an average of 42.30.

Australia
Australia defeated England at Adelaide Oval in a match commencing on the 2nd December 2017. Australia have now won 93, lost 57, and drawn 27 in the 177 matches against England in Australia, see Australia v England, and won 18, lost 9, and drawn 5 in the 32 matches between the two countries at Adelaide Oval. See Australia v England at Adelaide Oval.

M A Starc (AUS)
Mitchell Starc took 5/88 in the second innings of the match against England at the Adelaide Oval in a match commencing on the 2nd December 2017. It was the eighth time that he has taken five wickets or more in a match, see Best Bowling Performances, third against England, see Performances by Opponent at All Grounds, third in Australia, and first at Adelaide Oval. See Performances in Australia. Also, it was the second time that he has taken five wickets in the fourth innings of a match. see Performance Analysis by Innings Number . Mitchell Starc has a strike rate of 48.48, which is the sixth best by an Australian player, see Bowlers with Best Strike Rate (Min 50 Wickets) , and has now taken 162 wickets at an average of 27.54. See Most Wickets for Australia.

J M Anderson (ENG)
James Anderson took 5/43 in the second innings of the match against Australia at the Adelaide Oval in a match commencing on the 2nd December 2017. It was the twenty fifth time that he has taken five wickets or more in an innings, see Players Taking Most 5 Wickets in an Innings, fifth against Australia, see Performances by Opponent at All Grounds, first in Australia, See Performances in Australia. James Anderson has taken 95 wickets at an average of 34.89 against Australia, see Players Taking Most Wickets Versus Australia, taken 47 wickets at an average of 15.83 in the 2017 calendar year, see Players taking Most Wickets in Year 2017 and overall has taken 514 wickets at an average of 27.34. See Players Taking 300 Career Wickets.

L D Chandimal (SRL)
Dinesh Chandimal scored 164 runs from 361 balls in the first innings of the match against India at Feroz Shah Kotla in a match commencing on the 2nd December 2017. It was his highest score, see Best Batting Performances, tenth century, second against India, see Performances by Opponent at All Grounds, and first in India. See Performances in India. Dinesh Chandimal has scored two centuries as captain, see Captains Scoring 100 for Sri Lanka, and has now scored 3,260 runs at an average of 44.05. See Sri Lankan Players Scoring 2000 Career Runs.

S Dhawan (IND)
Shikhar Dhawan scored 67 runs from 91 balls in the second innings of the match against Sri Lanka at Feroz Shah Kotla in a match commencing on the 2nd December 2017. Dhawan took his aggregate of 2,014 runs, and became the thirty eighth Indian player to reach the 2,000 runs milestone. See Indian Players Scoring 2000 Career Runs.

India
India scored 4/392 in defeating Sri Lanka at the Punjab Cricket Association Stadium on the 13th December 2017. It was the highest score recorded at the ground, see Ground Records and Statistics at The Punjab Cricket Association Stadium - (ODI Cricket), and India have now won 35, lost 12, with 3 No Results in the 50 matches against Sri Lanka in India, see India v Sri Lanka, and won the first match between the two countries at the Punjab Cricket Association Stadium. See India v Sri Lanka at Punjab Cricket Association Stadium.

R G Sharma (IND)
Rohit Sharma scored 208 not out from 153 balls in the match against Sri Lanka at the Punjab Cricket Association Stadium on the 13th December 2017. It was his third double century, second against Sri Lanka, Best Batting Performances, and was the second highest score recorded by a captain. See Highest Innings Score as Captain, and was the highest score recorded at the Punjab Cricket Association Stadium. See Highest Scores at Punjab Cricket Association Stadium. Also, it was the highest score recorded in the 2017 calendar year, see Highest Individual Innings in Year 2017, and the second highest score recorded against Sri Lanka, with the highest also by Rohit Sharma. See Highest Scores Versus Australia. Rohit Sharma has scored 1,286 runs at an average of 76.65 in the 2017 calendar year, see Players Scoring Most Runs in Year 2017, and overall, has scored 6,417 runs at an average of 45.51, see Indian Players Scoring 5000 Career Runs.

A D Mathews (SRL)
Angelo Mathews scored 111 not out from 132 balls in the match against India at the Punjab Cricket Association Stadium on the 13th December 2017. It was his second century, both against India, Best Batting Performances, and the innings took his aggegate to 5,048 runs, and he became the tenth Sri Lankan batsman to reach the 5,000 runs milestone. See Sri Lankan Players Scoring 5000 Career Runs. Also, became the fourth Sri Lankan player to reach the 5,000 runs/100 wickets milestone. See Players Scoring 1,000 Runs and Taking 100 Wickets.

Sri Lanka
Sri Lanka defeated India at the Himachal Pradesh Cricket Association Stadium on the 10th December 2017. Sri Lanka now won 12, lost 34, with 3 No Results in the 49 matches against India in India, see India v Sri Lanka, and won the first match between the two countries at the Himachal Pradesh Cricket Association Stadium. See India v Sri Lanka at Himachal Pradesh Cricket Association Stadium.

R A S Lakmal (SRL)
Suranga Lakmal took 4/13 in the match against India at the Himachal Pradesh Cricket Association Stadium on the 10th December 2017. It was his best bowling performance, see Best Bowling Performances, the third time that he has taken four wickets in a match, first against India, see Performances by Opponent at All Grounds, and he has now taken 93 wickets at an average of 29.87. See Most Wickets for Sri Lanka.

Ireland
Ireland defeated Afghanistan at the Sharjah Cricket Stadium on the 10th December 2017. Ireland have now won 9, and lost 7, in the 16 matches against Ireland, see Afghanistan v Ireland, and won 2, and lost 1 of the 3 matches between the two countries at the Sharjah Cricket Stadium. See Afghanistan v Ireland at Sharjah Cricket Stadium.

G J Dockrell (IRE)
George Dockrell took 4/28 in the match against Afghanistan at the Sharjah Cricket Stadium on the 10th December 2017. It was his second best bowling performance, see Best Bowling Performances, the fourth time that he has taken four wickets or more in a match, second against Afghanistan, see Performances by Opponent at All Grounds, and he is Ireland's second highest wicket taker with 76 wickets at an average of 34.66. See Most Wickets for Ireland.

Hong Kong
Hong Kong scored 4/323 in defeating Papua New Guinea at the ICC Global Cricket Academy on the 8th December 2017. It was their highest score, the first time that Hong Kong have scored over 300 runs in an innings, see Highest Team Scores in 50 over match (ODI Cricket) , and was the highest score recorded at the ICC Global Cricket Academy. See Ground Records and Statistics at The ICC Global Cricket Academy - (ODI Cricket). Hong Kong have now won 4, and lost 3, in the 7 matches against Papua New Guinea, see Hong Kong v Papua New Guinea, and won both matches between the two countries at the ICC Global Cricket Academy. See Hong Kong v Papua New Guinea at ICC Global Cricket Academy.

Anshuman Rath (HOK)
Anshuman Rath scored 143 not out from 137 balls in the match against Papua New Guinea at the ICC Global Cricket Accademy on the 8th December 2017. It was his highest score, and first century, see Best Batting Performances, the highest score recorded by a Hong Kong batsman, see Highest Scores For Hong Kong, and the highest score recorded at the ICC Global Cricket Academy. See Players Scoring Centuries at The ICC Global Cricket Academy- (ODI Cricket). Anshuman Rath has now scored 562 runs at an average of 56.2. See Performances by Opponent at All Grounds.

Ehsan Nawaz (HOK)
Ehsan Nawaz took 4/54 in the match against Papua New Guinea at the ICC Global Cricket Accademy on the 8th December 2017. It was his best bowling performance and the first time that he has taken four wickets in a match. See Best Bowling Performances. Ehsan Nawaz has now taken 8 wickets at an average of 25.38. See Performances by Opponent at All Grounds.

K Doriga (PNG)
Kiplin Doriga scored 89 not out from 90 balls in the match against Hong Kong at the ICC Global Cricket Accademy on the 8th December 2017. It was his highest score, see Best Batting Performances, and the second highest score recorded by a Papua New Guinea batsman, see Highest Scores For Papua New Guinea. Kiplin Doriga has now scored 144 runs at an average of 44.67. See Performances by Opponent at All Grounds.

India
India scored 3/202 in the match against New Zealand at Feroz Shah Kotla on the 1st November 2017. It was their equal fourth highest score, see Highest Innings Scores, and the highest score recorded at Feroz Shah Kotla. See Feroz Shah Kotla. India won their first match in the 3 matches played against New Zealand in India. See India v New Zealand at Home.

South Africa
South Africa scored 4/224 in the match against Bangladesh at Senwes Park on the 29th October 2017. It was their fourth highest score, see Highest Innings Scores, and they remain unbeaten in the 4 matches against Bangladesh in South Africa. See South Africa v Bangladesh at Home.

D A Miller (SAF)
David Miller scored 101 not out from 36 balls in the match against Bangladesh at Senwes Park on the 29th October 2017. It was his maiden century, see Best Batting Performances, the fourth highest innings by a South African player, Highest Scores for South Africa, David Miller has now scored 1,032 runs, and becomes the fifth South African player to reach the 1,000 runs milestone, see Players Scoring Most Career Runs for South Africa, and his scoring rate of 141.18 is the second highest by a South African player. Fastest Scoring Rate for South African Players with Minimum of 500 Runs) .

Pakistan
Pakistan defeated Sri Lanka at Gaddafi Stadium on the 29th October 2017. Pakistan have now won 13, and lost 5 of the 18 matches against Sri Lanka. Also, Pakistan have won the first match against Sri Lanka in Pakistan. See Pakistan v Sri Lanka played Anywhere.

Mohammad Amir (PAK)
Mohammad Amir took 4/13 in the match against Sri Lanka at Gaddafi Stadium on the 29th October 2017. It was his best bowling performance, see Best Bowling Performances, the first time that he has taken four wickets in a match, and he has now taken 38 wickets at an average of 21.63. See Performances by Opponent at All Grounds.
 


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