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Statistical Highlights – New Zealand vs Bangladesh T20 World Cup 2012

September 21, 2012 ICC World Twenty20, Latest News  Posted by   No Comments

Statistical highlights of the World Twenty20 match between New Zealand and Bangladesh on Friday.

# Bangladesh’s win-loss ratio of 0.11 is the worst amongst the nations with five games or more in the ICC World Twenty20. South Africa’s impressive 2.40 win-loss ratio is the best, followed by Sri Lanka’s 2.16 and Pakistan’s 1.71.

# Bangladesh have lost nine matches in a row in the ICC World Twenty20 – an unwanted record.

# New Zealand’s brilliant 59-run triumph is their second largest by runs margin in the ICC World Twenty20 – the largest is by 83 runs against Ireland at Nottingham on June 11, 2009.

# Bangladesh have lost both their games to New Zealand in Twenty20 Internationals – by ten wickets at Hamilton on February 3, 2010 and by 59 runs at Pallekele today.

# Nasir Hossain (50 off 39 balls) has registered his second fifty in T20Is. His first was 50 not out against Ireland at Belfast on July 20, 2012.

# Nasir became the first Bangladeshi batsman to record a half-century against New Zealand in T20Is.

# James Franklin (35 off 36 balls) has recorded his highest score in the ICC World Twenty20.

# Kyle Mills (3/33) has registered his best bowling performance in T20Is.

# Kane Williamson became the second New Zealand fielder after Nathan McCullum to take three catches in the ICC World Twenty20.

# Franklin and Brendon McCullum had shared a stand of 94 – New Zealand’s highest partnership for the second wicket in Twenty20 Internationals. The said stand is the highest for New Zealand for any wicket against Bangladesh in T20Is.

# Ross Taylor and McCullum were involved in a partnership of 78 for the third wicket – New Zealand’s highest in the ICC World Twenty20.

# Tim Southee (3/16) has produced his best bowling figures in the ICC World Twenty20. The said bowling performance is his best against Bangladesh in T20Is. (More) PTI Corr SHN

# New Zealand (191/3) have posted their second highest total in the ICC World Twenty20, next only to the 198 for five against Ireland at Nottingham on June 11, 2009. the said total is the highest by any team against Bangladesh in the ICC World Twenty20, eclipsing the 180 for five by India at Nottingham on June 6, 2009.

# Bangladesh (132/8) have registered their highest total against New Zealand in T20Is.

# Brendon McCullum is the fourth player to register a hundred in the ICC World Twenty20, joining Chris Gayle -117 against South Africa at Johannesburg on September 11, 2007 -; Suresh Raina – 101 against South Africa at Gros Islet on May 2, 2010 – and Mahela Jayawardene -100 against Zimbabwe at Providence on May 3, 2010.

# McCullum hit seven sixes to take his tally to 64 in 49 innings, extending his record in T20Is.

# McCullum became the first batsman to total 1500 runs or more in T20Is – 1566 at an average of 38.19, including two hundreds and nine fifties.

# McCullum has been adjudged the Man of the Match for the sixth time in T20Is.

# The the first wicketkeeper to record a century in Twenty20 Internationals is McCullum.

# McCullum’s magnificent knock of 123 off 58 balls is the highest individual innings in Twenty20 Internationals, obliterating Richard Levi’s unbeaten 117 against New Zealand at Hamilton on February 19, 2012 and Chris Gayle’s 117 against South Africa at Johannesburg on September 11, 2007.

# McCullum’s 51-ball three-figure innings is the second quickest in ICC World Twenty20, next only to the 50-ball hundred by Chris Gayle.

# McCullum has recorded 86 runs through boundaries (eleven fours and seven sixes) – the second best tally in the ICC World Twenty20. Chris Gayle (7 fours and ten sixes) had recorded 88 through boundaries against South Africa at Johannesburg on September 11, 2007.

# McCullum has become the first player in T20 to record two centuries – his first was an unbeaten 116 against Australia at Christchurch on February 28, 2010. (PTI)

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