Stats: Glenn Maxwell has scored 4 hundred in T20Is, equaling Rohit Sharma for the most by any batter in the format
Australia needs 21 runs at the start of the 20th over in Guwahati; In T20Is, these are the most target runs that any team has successfully chased in the 20th over while the previous best was 19 runs by the West Indies against England in the 2016 T20 World Cup final.
Australia needs 21 runs at the start of the 20th over in Guwahati. In T20Is, these are the most target runs that any team has successfully chased in the 20th over.
The previous best was 19 runs by the West Indies against England in the 2016 T20 World Cup final and by Sri Lanka against Australia in the Pallekele T20I last year.
Glenn Maxwell has scored 4 hundred in T20Is, equaling Rohit Sharma for the most by any batter in the format.
3 of Maxwell’s 4 T20I hundreds have come in run-chases. That surpasses KL Rahul, Babar Azam, and Muhammad Waseem as the most by any batter in the men’s T20I chases. Maxwell hit at No. 4 and below for all three of his hundreds, which is also a record.
The second-highest individual score for India in T20 Internationals is 123* achieved by Ruturaj Gaikwad in the match, just below Shubman Gill’s 126* against New Zealand in Ahmedabad in February. After surpassing Brendon McCullum’s 116* in Christchurch in 2010, Gaikwad’s 123* is now the best T20I score by any hitter against Australia.
1 Number of individual T20I scorers who are on the losing side and have scored higher than Gaikwad’s 123*. In the losing cause, Shane Watson’s unbeaten 124 against India in 2016 at the SCG still stands as the highest T20I score.
Moreover, in their 100th T20I game, Maxwell became the first batter to reach a century. Rohit Sharma’s total of 85 against Bangladesh in 2019 was the previous best in his 100th career T20I match.
Maxwell took 47 balls to reach his century, which is tied for the fastest by an Australian in men’s T20Is with Josh Inglis (2023) and Aaron Finch (2013).
223 Australia’s target chased down in Guwahati is higher than South Africa’s 212-run chase in Delhi last year in T20Is against India. In addition, it is Australia’s second-most successful chase after the 244 against New Zealand in 2018.
Prasidh Krishna let up the most runs for India in a T20I match with 68 in his four overs. The previous record set by Yuzvendra Chahal in 2018 against South Africa was 64 runs.
In this match, India and Australia have scored 53 runs in the 20th over. When ball-by-ball statistics are available, these represent the highest total of runs scored in the 20th over of any men’s T20 match.
With 18 runs in four balls faced, Maxwell, who bowled the 20th over of the Indian innings, helped Australia score 23 in the chase despite giving up 30 runs.