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T G Southee (NZL)
Tim Southee took 5/94 in the first innings of the match against Bangladesh at Hagley Oval on the 20th January 2017. It was the sixth time that he has taken five wickets or more in an innings, first against Bangladesh, see Performances by Opponent at All Grounds, third in New Zealand, and first at Hagley Oval. See Performances in New Zealand. Tim Southee has now taken 198 wickets at an average of 31.69. See Players Taking Most Wickets for New Zealand Graph.

New Zealand
New Zealand defeated Bangladesh at Basin Reserve in a match commencing on the 12th January 2017, and have now won all six matches against Bangladesh in New Zealand, see New Zealand v Bangladesh, which included the three matches against Bangladesh at Basin Reserve. See New Zealand v Bangladesh at Basin Reserve.

Bangladesh
Bangladesh scored 8/595 declared in the first innings against New Zealand at Basin Reserve in a match commencing on the 12th January 2017. The innings set a new record for the highest losing score for a team batting first. See Sides Losing Match after Scoring 400 Runs Batting First .

K S Williamson (NZL)
Kane Williamson scored 104 not out from 90 balls in the second innings of the match against Bangladesh at Basin Reserve in a match commencing on the 12th January 2017. It was his fifteenth century, second against Bangladesh, see Performances by Opponent at All Grounds, fifth in New Zealand, and third at Basin Reserve, where he averages 79.91. See Performances in New Zealand. Also, it was his third century in the fourth innings, where he averages 66.90, see Performance Analysis by Innings Number , and it was his second century when playing as captain. See Captains Scoring 100 for New Zealand. Kane Williamson took his aggregate to 4,805 runs, see New Zealand Players Scoring 2000 Career Runs, and his average of 50.58 is the highest by a New Zealand player. See Highest Batting Average for New Zealand players Batting 30 Innings.

T W M Latham (NZL)
Tom Latham scored 177 runs from 329 balls in the first innings of the match against Bangladesh at Basin Reserve in a match commencing on the 12th January 2017. It was his sixth century, first against Bangladesh, see Performances by Opponent at All Grounds, second in New Zealand, and first at Basin Reserve. See Performances in New Zealand. Tom Latham took his aggregate to 2,015 runs, and became the twenty eighth New Zealand player to reach the 2,000 runs milestone. See New Zealand Players Scoring 2000 Career Runs.

South Africa
South Africa defeated Sri Lanka at the New Wanderers Stadium in a match commencing on the 12th January 2017, and have now won 11, and lost 1, drawn 1, in the 13 matches against Sri Lanka in South Africa, see South Africa v Sri Lanka, and won both matches against Sri Lanka at the New Wanderers Stadium. See South Africa v Sri Lanka at New Wanderers Stadium. South Africa won the series 3-0, which is the second time that they have had a "clean sweep" in a 3 match series, and the first against Sri Lanka. See Sides Winning Every Match in a Series . Also, South Africa remain unbeaten in the five series played against Sri Lanka in South Africa. See Test Series for South Africa Versus Sri Lanka at Home .

Sri Lanka
Sri Lanka lost to South Africa at the New Wanderers Stadium in a match commencing on the 12th January 2017. During Sri Lanka's first innings, ten batsmen were dismissed caught, which was the seventh time that Sri Lanka have had that occur. See Most Batsmen Caught in an Innings.

Shakib Al Hasan (BAN)
Shakib Al Hasan scored 217 runs from 276 balls in the first innings of the match against New Zealand at Basin Reserve in a match commencing on the 12th January 2017. It was his first double century, see Best Batting Performances, the highest score by a Bangladesh player, see Highest Scores for Bangladesh , and the highest score for 2017. See Players with Highest Individual Innings in 2017 . Shakib Al Hasan has now scored 3,146 runs at an average of 41.39. See Bangladesh Players Scoring 2000 Career Runs.

Mushfiqur Rahim (BAN)
Mushfiquir Rahim scored 159 runs from 260 balls in the first innings of the match against New Zealand at Basin Reserve in a match commencing on the 12th January 2017. It was his second highest score, see Best Batting Performances, his fourth century, first against New Zealand, see Performances by Opponent at All Grounds, and the second by a Bangladesh player at Basin Reserve. See Bangladesh Players Scoring Centuries at Basin Reserve - (Test Cricket) . Mushfiqur Rahim has scored all of his four centuries when playing as wicket keeper, see Wicket Keepers Scoring a Century, also when playing as captain, see Captains Scoring 100 for Bangladesh, and is the seventh player and first from Bangladesh to achieve both. See Scoring a Century Playing as Captain and Wicket Keeper. Mushfiqur Rahim has now scored 2,909 runs at an average of 33.44. See Bangladesh Players Scoring 2000 Career Runs.

Bangladesh
Bangladesh has a new fifth wicket partnership record of 359, which was set by Shakib Al Hasan and Mushfiqur Rahim in the match against New Zealand at Basin Reserve in a match commencing on the 12th January 2017. See Match Partnership Records (Test Cricket) for Bangladesh . Also, it was a new record fifth wicket partnership for Basin Reserve. See Ground Partnership Records (Test Cricket) at Basin Reserve.

H M Amla (SAF)
Hashim Amla scored 134 runs from 225 balls in the first innings of the match against Sri Lanka at New Wanderers Stadium in a match commencing on the 12th January 2017. It is his twenty sixth century, second against Sri Lanka, see Performances by Opponent at All Grounds, and became the second South African player to score a century in his 100th match. See Play ers Scoring 100 in Hundredth Test. Hashim Amla becomes the eighth South African player to reach the 100 Tests Milestone, see Players Playing Most Test Matches, and has now scored 7,799 runs at an average of 49.99. see Highest Batting Average for South Africa Batting 30 Innings.

J-P Duminy (SAF)
Jean-Paul Duminy scored 155 runs from 221 balls in the first innings of the match against Sri Lanka at New Wanderers Stadium in a match commencing on the 12th January 2017. It was his sixth century, second against Sri Lanka, see Performances by Opponent at All Grounds, second in South Africa, and first at New Wanderers Stadium. See Performances in South Africa. Duminy has now scored 1,982 runs at an average of 34.77. See South African Players Scoring 1000 Career Runs.


India
India scored 6/381 in defeating England at the Maharashtra Cricket Association Stadium on the 15th January 2017, which was the highest team score recorded at Barabati Stadium, see Ground Records and Statistics at Barabati Stadium - (ODI Cricket), and their ninth highest innings score. See Highest Team Scores in 50 over match (ODI Cricket) . India have now won 31, lost 15, tied 1, in the 47 matches between the two countries in India, see India v England, and won 3, and lost 2 of the 5 matches between the two countries at the Barabati Stadium. See India v England at the Barabati Stadium.

Yuvraj Singh (IND)
Yuvraj Singh scored 150 runs from 127 balls against England at Barabati Stadium on the 19th January 2017. It was his highest score, see Best Batting Performances, his fourteenth century, see Players Scoring Five Centuries, fourth against England, see Performances by Opponent at All Grounds, seventh in India, and first at Barabati Stadium. See Performances in India. Yuvraj Singh has now scored 8,494 runs at an average of 36.77. See Indian Players Scoring 8000 Career Runs.

M S Dhoni (IND)
Mahendra Dhoni scored 134 runs from 122 balls against England at Barabati Stadium on the 19th January 2017. It was his tenth century, see Best Batting Performances, first against England, see Performances by Opponent at All Grounds, eighth in India, and first at Barabati Stadium. See Performances in India. Mahendra Dhoni has scored all of his ten centuries when playing as wicket keeper, see Wicket Keepers Scoring a Century , and he has now scored 9,250 runs at an average of 51.10. See Highest Batting Averages for Players Batting 30 Innings.

E J G Morgan (ENG)
Eoin Morgan scored 102 runs from 81 balls against India at Barabati Stadium on the 19th January 2017. It was his ninth century, see Best Batting Performances, first against India, see Performances by Opponent at All Grounds, fourth as captain, which equals the record for the most by an England captain, see Captains Scoring 100 for England. Eoin Morgan is England's second highest run scorer with 5,150 runs at an average of 37.59. See England Players Scoring 5000 Career Runs.

C R Woakes (ENG)
Chris Woakes took 4/60 in the match against India at Barabati Stadium on the 19th January 2017. It was the eighth time that he has taken four wickets or more in an match, second against India, see Performances by Opponent at All Grounds, and first in India. See Performances in India. Chris Woakes has now taken 77 wickets at an average of 33.86. See Most Wickets for England.

Australia
Australia defeated Pakistan at the Western Australian Cricket Ground on the 19th January 2017, have now won 34, lost 17, tied 1, with 1 No Result in the 54 matches between the two countries in Australia, see Australia v Pakistan, and won 3, and lost 4, in the 7 matches against Australia at the W.A.C.A. Ground. See Australia v Pakistan at the W.A.C.A. Ground.

S P D Smith (AUS)
Steven Smith scored 108 not out from 104 balls against Pakistan at the W.A.C.A. Ground on the 19th January 2017. It was his eighth century, see Players Scoring Five Centuries, second against Pakistan, see Performances by Opponent at All Grounds, sixth in Australia, and second at the W.A.C.A. Ground. See Performances in Australia. Steve Smith has now scored 3,048 runs at an average of 44.17, see Highest Batting Averages for Players Batting 30 Innings, and his strike rate of 87.46 is the tenth fastest by an Australian player. See Fastest Scoring Rates for Australian Players with Miniumum of 1,000 Runs.

India
India scored 7/356 in defeating England at the Maharashtra Cricket Association Stadium on the 15th January 2017, which was their equal second highest winning score when batting second. See Highest Successful Run Chases . India have now won 30, lost 15, tied 1, in the 46 matches between the two countries in India, see India v England, and won the first game between the two countries at the Maharashtra Cricket Association Stadium. See India v England at the Maharashtra Cricket Association Stadium.

V Kohli (IND)
Virat Kohli scored 122 runs from 105 balls against England at the Maharashtra Cricket Association Stadium on the 15th January 2017. It was his twenty seventh century, see Players Scoring Five Centuries, third against England, see Performances by Opponent at All Grounds, twelfth in India, and first at the Maharashtra Cricket Association Stadium. See Performances in India. Virat Kohli has now scored 7,692 runs at an average of 53.42, see Highest Batting Averages for Players Batting 30 Innings, and his strike rate of 90.75 is the fourth fastest by an Indian player. See Fastest Scoring Rates for Indian Players with Miniumum of 1,000 Runs.

K M Jadhav (IND)
Kedar Jadhav scored 120 runs from 76 balls against England at the Maharashtra Cricket Association Stadium on the 15th January 2017. It was his highest score, see Best Batting Performances, his second century, first against England, and he has now scored 356 runs at an average of 59.33. See Performances by Opponent at All Grounds.

Pakistan
Pakistan defeated Australia at the Melbourne Cricket Ground on the 15th January 2017, have now won 17, lost 34, tied 1, with 1 No Result in the 53 matches between the two countries in Australia, see Australia v Pakistan, and won 4, and lost 10, in the 14 matches against Australia at the Melbourne Cricket Ground. See Australia v Pakistan at the Melbourne Cricket Ground.

Australia
Australia defeated Pakistan at the Brisbane Cricket Ground on the 13th January 2017, and have now won 34, lost 16, tied 1, with 1 No Result in the 52 matches between the two countries in Australia, see Australia v Pakistan, and won 4, lost 2, with 1 No Result in the 7 matches against Pakistan at the Brisbane Cricket Ground. See Australia v Pakistan at the Brisbane Cricket Ground.

M S Wade (AUS)
Matthew Wade scored 100 not out from 100 balls in the match against Pakistan at the Brisbane Cricket Ground on the 13th January 2017. It was his maiden century, see Best Batting Performances, the second highest score by Australian player batting at number seven, see Highest Scores in Each Batting Position for Australia, and the twelfth century scored by an Australian player at the Brisbane Cricket Ground, See Australian Players Scoring Centuries at Brisbane Cricket Ground - (ODI Cricket). Matthew Wade has now scored 1,693 runs at an average of 27.31. See Australian Players Scoring 1000 Career Runs.

J P Faulkner (AUS)
James Faulkner took 4/34 in the match against Pakistan at the Brisbane Cricket Ground on the 13th January 2017. It was the fourth time that he has taken four wickets in a match, first against Pakistan, see Performances by Opponent at All Grounds, third in Australia, and first at the Brisbane Cricket Ground. See Performances in Australia. James Faulkner has now taken 88 wickets at an average of 29.69, see Most Wickets for Australia, and also scored 926 runs at an average of 35.62.

New Zealand
New Zealand defeated Bangladesh at Saxton Oval on the 31st December 2016, remain undefeated with 10 wins from the 10 matches against Bangladesh in New Zealand, see New Zealand v Bangladesh, and won both matches between the two countries at Saxton Oval. See New Zealand v Bangladesh at Saxton Oval. New Zealand have won all three series against Bangladesh in New Zealand. See New Zealand v Bangladesh at Home.


South Africa
South Africa defeated Sri Lanka at SuperSport Park on the 20th January 2017, and have now won 5, and lost 2 of their 7 matches against Sri Lanka See South Africa v Sri Lanka.

Afghanistan
Afghanistan defeated Ireland in the final at the Dubai International Cricket Stadium on the 20th January 2017, and have now won 4, and lost 3 of their 7 matches against Ireland See Afghanistan v Ireland.

Mohammad Nabi (AFG)
Mohammad Nabi took 4/10 in the match against Ireland at the Dubai International Cricket Stadium on the 20th January 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 Ireland, see Performances by Opponent at All Grounds, and the first at the Dubai International Cricket Stadium. See Performances in United Arab Emirates. Mohammad Nabi is Afghanistan's leading wicket taker with 56 wickets at an average of 23.2. See Players Taking Most Wickets For Afghanistan.

Ireland
Ireland defeated the United Arab Emirates at the Dubai International Cricket Stadium on the 18th January 2017, and have now won 3, and lost 1 of their 4 matches against the United Arab Emirates, including 2 of the 3 matches played in the United Arab Emirates. See United Arab Emirates v Ireland.

Hong Kong
Hong Kong defeated the Netherlands at the Dubai International Cricket Stadium on the 18th January 2017, which was the first match played between the two countries. See Hong Kong v Netherlands.

Scotland
Scotland defeated the Netherlands at Sheikh Zayed Stadium on the 17th January 2017, and have now won 3, and lost 4 of their 7 matches against the Netherlands. See Scotland v Netherlands.

J H Davey (SCO)
Josh Davey took 4/34 in the match against the Netherlands at Sheikh Zayed Stadium on the 17th January 2017. It was his best bowling performance, and the first time that he has taken four wickets in a match. See Best Bowling Performances. Josh Davey has now taken 12 wickets at an average of 31.25. See Players Taking Most Wickets For Scotland.

Afghanistan
Afghanistan defeated the United Arab Emirates at Sheikh Zayed Stadium on the 16th January 2017, and have now won 5, and lost 1 of their 6 matches against the U.A.E. See United Arab Emirates v Afghanistan.

Dawlat Zadran (AFG)
Dawlat Zadran took 4/44 in the match against the United Arab Emirates at Sheikh Zayed Stadium on the 16th January 2017. It was his best bowling performance and the first time that he has taken four wickets in a match. See Best Bowling Performances. Dawlat Zadran is Afghanistan's second highest wicket taker with 35 wickets at an average of 22.60. See Players Taking Most Wickets For Afghanistan.

Oman
Oman defeated Hong Kong at the Sheikh Zayed Stadium on the 16th January 2017, and have now won 4, and lost 1 of their 5 matches against Hong Kong. See Hong Kong v Oman.

Aqib Ilyas (OMA)
Aqib Ilyas scored 56 not out from 30 balls in the match against Hong Kong at Sheikh Zayed Stadium on the 16th January 2017. It was his first half century, see Best Batting Performances, and was the highest score by an Oman player. See Highest Scores For Oman.

Netherlands
Netherlands defeated Oman at Sheikh Zayed Stadium on the 15th January 2017, and have now won 1, with 1 No Result in their 2 matches against Oman. See Netherlands v Oman.

Afghanistan
Afghanistan defeated Ireland at Sheikh Zayed Stadium on the 14th January 2017, and have now won 3, and lost 3 of their 6 matches against Ireland. See Afghanistan v Ireland.

W S Porterfield (IRE)
William Porterfield scored 17 runs in the match against Afghanistan at Sheikh Zayed Stadium on the 14th January 2017. It was his fiftieth match, and he became the second Ireland player to reach the 50 matches milestone. See Players Playing Most T20 Matches.
 


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