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Recent Records and Achievements

South Africa
South Africa defeated Australia by 492 runs in the match at New Wanderers Stadium that commenced on the 30th March 2018. It was the fourth largest victory (in runs), and the largest by South Africa. See Matches Won by 300 Runs or More . South Africa have now won 15, lost 29, and drawn 9 of the 53 matches against Australia in South Africa, see South Africa v Australia, and won 4, and lost 3, of the 7 matches played between the two countries at New Wanderers Stadium. See South Africa v Australia at New Wanderers Stadium. South Africa won the series 3-1, and have now won 3, lost 10, and drawn 2 of the 15 series against Australia at home. See Test Series for South Africa Versus Australia at Home . South Africa in the last 2 years, have won 8 series (6 at home, 2 away), and lost 1 series away. See South Africa from 2016 to 2018.

V D Philander (SAF)
Vernon Philander took 6/21 in the second innings of the match against Australia at New Wanderers Stadium in a match commencing on the 30th March 2018. It was his best innings bowling performance, and the fourth time that he has taken six wickets in an innings, see Best Bowling Performances, first against Australia, see Performances by Opponent at All Grounds, and the ninth time that he has taken five wickets or more in an innings in South Africa. See Performances in South Africa. Also, it was the fourth time that Vernon Philander has taken five wickets or more in the fourth innings of the match, where he averages 17.14, see Performance Analysis by Innings Number , and became the seventh South African player to reach the 200 wickets milestone. See South African Players taking 200 Career Wickets. Philander become the fourth South African player to reach the 1,000 runs/200 wickets milestone, see Players Scoring 1000 Runs and Taking 200 Wickets for South Africa, and has the second lowest bowling average by a South African bowler (min 50 wickets). See South African Best Bowling Averages (minimum 50 Wickets).

Australia
Australia were defeated by 492 runs by South Africa in the match at New Wanderers Stadium that commenced on the 30th March 2018. It was their second largest defeat (in runs). See Matches Won by 300 Runs or More . Australia in the last 2 years, have won 3 series (2 at home, 1 away), and lost 4 series (1 at home, 3 away). See Australia from 2016 to 2018.

New Zealand
New Zealand drew with England in the match at Hagley Oval that commenced on the 30th March 2018. New Zealand have now won 5, lost 18, and drawn 26 of the 49 matches against England in New Zealand, see New Zealand v England, and drawn the inaugural match played between the two countries at Hagley Oval. See New Zealand v England at Hagley Oval. New Zealand won the series 1-0, and have now won 2, lost 10, and drawn 7 of the 19 series against England. See Test Series for New Zealand Versus England at Home . New Zealand in the last 2 years, have won 5 series (4 at home, and 1 away, and lost 4 (2 at home, and 2 away). See New Zealand from 2016 to 2018.

J M Anderson (ENG)
James Anderson bowled 26.0 overs in the second innings of the match against New Zealand at Hagley Oval, took his aggregate to 5,012.2 overs, and became the fifth player to reach the 5,000 overs milestone. See Players Bowling Most Career Overs. James Anderson is the fourth highest wicket taker with 531 wickets at an average of 27.37. See Players Taking Most Wickets Graph.

S C J Broad (ENG)
Stuart Broad bowled 24.0 overs in the second innings of the match against New Zealand at Hagley Oval, took his aggregate to 4002.4 overs, and became the second England player to reach the 4,000 overs milestone. See Players Bowling Most Career Overs. Stuart Broad has now taken 410 wickets at an average of 29.05. See Players Taking Most Wickets Graph.

F du Plessis (SAF)
Faf du Plessis scored 120 runs from 178 balls in the second innings of the match against Australia at New Wanderers Stadium in a match commencing on the 30th March 2018. It was his fourth highest score, see Best Batting Performances, eighth century, third against Australia, see Performances by Opponent at All Grounds, sixth in South Africa, and second at New Wanderers Stadium. See Performances in South Africa. It was his fourth century when batting at number five position, see Performance Analysis by Batting Position, and he has now scored 3,197 runs at an average of 43.20. See South African Players Scoring 2000 Career Runs.

S C J Broad (ENG)
Stuart Broad took 6/54 in the first innings of the match against New Zealand at Hagley Oval on the 30th March 2018. It was the eleventh time that he has taken six wickets or more in an innings, third time against New Zealand, see Best Bowling Performances, second in New Zealand, and first at Hagley Oval. See Performances in New Zealand. Stuart Broad had three of his dismissals "caught behind", which takes his total to 101, or 24.9% of his 408 dismissals. Graphical Analysis of Wickets Taken against All Countries.

P J Cummins (AUS)
Pat Cummins took 5/83 in the first innings of the match against South Africa at New Wanderers Stadium on the 30th March 2018. It was his second best bowling performance, the second time that he has taken five wickets or more in an innings, see Best Bowling Performances, both against South Africa, see Performances by Opponent at All Grounds, both in South Africa, and both at New Wanderers Stadium. See Performances in South Africa. Pat Cummins has now taken 62 wickets at an average of 24.42, see Australian Best Bowling Averages (minimum 50 Wickets), and has a strike rate of 50.21. See Bowlers with Best Strike Rate (Min 50 Wickets) .

T Bavuma (SAF)
Temba Bavuma scored 95 not out from 194 balls in the first innings of the match against Australia at New Wanderers Stadium on the 30th March 2018. It was his second highest score, and the first time that he has scored in the 90's. See Best Batting Performances. Temba Bavuma has now scored 1,360 runs at an average of 34.0. See South African Players Scoring 1000 Career Runs.

J M Bairstow (ENG)
Jonny Bairstow scored 101 runs from 170 balls in the first innings of the match against New Zealand at Hagley Oval in a match commencing on the 30th March 2018. It was his fifth century, see Best Batting Performances, first against New Zealand, see Performances by Opponent at All Grounds, and third century when batting at number seven position. See Performance Analysis by Batting Position . Jonny Bairstow has now scored 3,257 runs at an average of 39.24. See England Players Scoring 2000 Career Runs.

T G Southee (NZL)
Tim Southee took 6/62 in the first innings of the match against England at Hagley Oval on the 30th March 2018. It was his third best innings bowling performance, and the fourth time that he has taken six wickets or more in an innings. See Best Bowling Performances. Tim Southee recorded his best bowling performance at Hagley Oval, see Performances in New Zealand, and he has now taken 219 wickets at an average of 30.67. See New Zealand Players Taking 200 Career Wickets.

A K Markram (SAF)
Aiden Markram scored 152 runs from 216 balls in the first innings of the match against Australia at New Wanderers Stadium on the 30th March 2018. It was his highest score, and fourth century, see Best Batting Performances, second against Australia, see Performances by Opponent at All Grounds, fourth in South Africa, and first at New Wanderers Stadium. See Performances in South Africa. It was his third century in the first innings of the match, where he averages 88.0, and overall, he has now scored 963 runs at an average of 56.65. See Performance Analysis by Innings Number .

H M Amla (SAF)
Hashim Amla scored 27 runs in his 200th innings, which was against Australia at New Wanderers Stadium on the 30th March 2018. Amla became the fifth South African player to reach the 200 Innings mileston, see Players Batting Most Career Innings, and has now scored 8,966 runs, at an average of 48.2. See South African Players Scoring 8000 Career Runs.

Afghanistan
Afghanistan defeated the West Indies at the Harare Sports Club on the 26th March 2018. Afghanistan have now now won both matches against the West Indies at neutral venues, see Afghanistan v West Indies, which were played between the two countries at the Harare Sports Club. See Afghanistan v West Indies at Harare Sports Club.

Mujeeb Ur Rahman (AFG)
Mujeeb Ur Rahman took 4/43 in the match against the West Indies at Harare Sports Club on the 25th March 2018. It was his third best bowling performance, see Best Bowling Performances, the third time that he has taken four wickets or more in a match, first against the West Indies, and he has now taken 35 wickets at an average of 16.63 See Performances by Opponent at All Grounds.,

Rashid Khan (AFG)
Rashid Khan took 1/42 in the match against the West Indies at Harare Sports Club on the 25th March 2018. It took his aggregate to 100 wickets, and he became the second Afghanistan bowler to reach the 100 wickets milestone. See Most Wickets for Afghanistan. Rashid Khan has a strike rate of 21.81, which is the best in ODI . See Bowlers with Best Strike Rate (minimum 50 wickets).

Afghanistan
Afghanistan defeated Ireland at the Harare Sports Club on the 23rd March 2018. Afghanistan have now now won 6, and lost 6 of the 12 matches against Ireland at neutral venues, see Afghanistan v Ireland, which includes the inaugural match between the two countries at the Harare Sports Club. See Afghanistan v Ireland at Harare Sports Club.

West Indies
West Indies defeated Scotland at the Harare Sports Club on the 21st March 2018. The West Indies have now won all 3 matches against Scotland at neutral venues, see Scotland v West Indies, which includes the inaugural match between the two countries at the Harare Sports Club. See Scotland v West Indies at Harare Sports Club.

C H Gayle (WIN)
Chris Gayle was dismissed on the first ball of the match against Scotland at the Harare Sports Club on the 21st March 2018. It was the second time that he has been dismissed first ball of the match, and joins Sherwin Campbell, and Philo Wallace as the West Indian batsmen dismissed first ball of the match twice. See Batsman dismissed by First Ball of the Match. Chris Gayle is the West Indies second highest run scorer with 9,575 runs at an average of 37.11. See Players Scoring 8000 Career Runs for West Indies.

Pakistan
Pakistan defeated the West Indies at the National Stadium on the 3rd April 2018. Pakistan have now won all three matches against the West Indies in Pakistan, and overall have won 11, and lost 3 of the 14 matches between the two countries. See Pakistan v West Indies. Pakistan won the series 3-0, which is the third time that they have won all matches in a 3 match series. See Sides Winning Every Match in a Series of 3 or more matches.

Pakistan
Pakistan defeated the West Indies at the National Stadium on the 2nd April 2018. Pakistan have now won both matches against the West Indies in Pakistan, and overall have won 10, and lost 3 of the 13 matches between the two countries. See Pakistan v West Indies.

Babar Azam (PAK)
Babar Azam scored 97 not out from 58 balls in the match against the West Indies at the National Stadium on the 2nd April 2017. It was his highest score, and the first time he had been stranded in the 90's, see Best Batting Performances, and was the third highest score recorded by a Pakistan player. See Highest Scores For Pakistan. The innings took his aggregate to 691 runs, at an average of 53.15. See Players Scoring Most Career Runs for Pakistan.

Pakistan
Pakistan defeated the West Indies by 143 runs at the National Stadium on the 1st April 2018. It was the second largest victory margin (in runs), and the highest by Pakistan. See Matches Won by 100 Runs or More. Pakistan won the inaugural match against the West Indies in Pakistan, and overall have won 9, and lost 3 of the 12 matches between the two countries. See Pakistan v West Indies.

West Indies
West Indies were dismissed by Pakistan for 60 runs at the National Stadium on the 1st April 2018. It was the fifth lowest score, and the lowest score by the West Indies. See Lowest Completed Innings Scores.
 


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