Hope that you have read Part 1:
While 36 teams played T20Is in 2020, it is more meaningful to look at performances in a more restricted set. So we consider only matches between the 14 teams who have played ODIs in the past.
Batting: Most runs (175 and above):
Led by Hafeez and Rahul.
There is only one century (GD Philips). 5 players made 4 scores of 50+, including KL Rahul.
Highest individual scores (70 and above):
Spare a thought for Malan and Hafeez who scored 99*, besides others with 95. The highest for India is 85 by Kohli.
There is not enough data to make meaningful analysis of averages and strike rates.
Bowling: Most wickets (8 or more):
The fast-improving Ngidi leads with 17 wickets. India’s SN Thakur is in third place.
5wi has been made once by 4 players. 4wi has been made once by 8 players.
Best innings bowling: Includes all instances of 4wi
The best performances are by the lesser-known Haroon Arshad and LH Ferguson. Bumrah (3-12)
has the best figures for India.
Best fielding (5 or more dismissals):
This is headed by TL Seifert of NZ. with 11 dismissals. Southee (9) has the best by a non-keeper. Rizwan (3) has the most stumpings. Kohli and Rahul both made 5 dismissals, the best for India.
Best innings fielding: (3 or more dismissals)
No one from India even made 3 dismissals here.
All-round performance: (Minimum 20 runs and 2 wickets in a match)
Of these 8 instances, two were by Thakur and 2 by Agar. The best seems to be Haroon Arshad’s 27/5-16, followed by Agar’s 20*/5-24.
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