Ireland Tri-Nation Series 2019: Match 1, Ireland vs Windies – Statistical Highlights
All the major stats and numbers created during the Caribbean rampage over Ireland.
Updated - May 5, 2019 11:50 pm
Windies’ opening pair of Shai Hope and John Campbell lit up the Tri-Nation ODI series with a record opening partnership of 365 runs in the first game. The duo thumped the Ireland bowlers with 170+ scores and batting without losing a wicket till 48th over. Their partnership played a key role in pushing their total to 381/3. The West Indians did not break a sweat to defend the total as Ireland were bundled out for only 185 in 34.4 overs and lost the game by a huge 196-run margin.
All the major stats and numbers created during the Caribbean rampage over Ireland:
The world record stand:
365 – The 365-run partnership between Shai Hope and John Campbell is now the highest for the opening wicket in the ODI format surpassing the 304-run stand between Imam-ul-Haq and Fakhar Zaman during last year’s ODI against Zimbabwe.
365 – This 365-run stand by Hope-Campbell pair is also the 2nd highest partnership for any wicket in the ODI format. Chris Gayle and Marlon Samuels also of Windies added 372 for the 2nd wicket against Zimbabwe in the 2015 CWC.
This is overall the 4th highest partnership for any wicket and the 2nd highest opening stand in List A cricket. Morne van Wyk and Cameron Delport batted out 50 overs for Dolphins in 2014/15 to put on an unbeaten 367-run opening stand against the Knights.
Hope’s boundary flood:
22 – Number of fours Shai Hope has hit during this innings; the most by a Windies player in an ODI inning. Viv Richards in 1984 Manchester ODI against England and Brian Lara in the 1993 Sharjah ODI against Pakistan hit 21 fours apiece.
37 – The 37 fours hit by the Windies openers are the 2nd most by any opening pair in an ODI inning. Indian openers hit 39 fours in the 2014 Kolkata ODI against Sri Lanka where Rohit Sharma alone hit 33 of those.
A new page in record books:
1 – John Campbell and Shai Hope became the first pair of batsmen to score 170+ in the same ODI innings. The previous best was two scores of 160+ which was recorded by New Zealand also against Ireland in the 2008 Aberdeen ODI.
289 – The Windies opening duo collectively batted 289 balls; the most by the openers in an ODI inning. The Pakistan pair of Imam and Fakhar batted 278 deliveries collectively when they shared the 304-run partnership against Zimbabwe last year.
Nearly Windies’ biggest:
381/3 – The total of 381/3 is the 2nd highest total in the ODI format for the Windies. Their highest of 389/10 came against England earlier this year but in a defeat.
381/3 – Windies total of 381/3 is now the highest total in ODI cricket on the Irish soil. The previous ODI team score in Ireland was 377/8 by Sri Lanka in 2016.