List of India Twenty20 International cricketers

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Wanderers Stadium
The Wanderers Stadium, Johannesburg, where India played their first ever Twenty20 International

A Twenty20 International (T20I) is a form of cricket match between two representative teams, each having T20I status as determined by the International Cricket Council (ICC), and is played under the rules of Twenty20 cricket.[1] The first such match was played between Australia and New Zealand on 17 February 2005.[2] The Indian cricket team played its first T20I match—under the captaincy of Virender Sehwag—during the 2006–07 series in South Africa;[3][4][5] India defeated the hosts by six wickets in the one-off match and claimed the series.[5]

As of February 2017, 68 players have represented India in T20Is. Virat Kohli is the captain and the leading run scorer for the team with 1,709 runs at an average of 53.40.[6] India has the joint-highest number of centurions—Suresh Raina, Rohit Sharma and K. L. Rahul—for a team in the format.[a] Rahul's score of 110 not out, against the West Indies in August 2016, remains the highest individual score in T20Is by an Indian batsman.[6] The Off spinner Ravichandran Ashwin is India's leading wicket-taker in the format with 52 wickets.[8] Yuzvendra Chahal is the only Indian player to take a five wicket haul in T20Is; his six wickets for 25 runs, against England in February 2017, are the third-best figures for any bowler in the format.[9] India's highest total of 244 came against the West Indies in August 2016,[b] while its lowest total came against Australia in 2008 when it was bowled out for 74 runs.[11][12]

As of February 2017, India is the third-most successful team in the format, with 48 wins and a tie from 81 matches.[13] India won the world championship at the inaugural edition of the ICC World Twenty20, defeating Pakistan by five runs.[14] In 2016, it won the 13th Asia Cup—the first to be played in the Twenty20 format—in Bangladesh by defeating the hosts by eight wickets.

Key[edit]

General

  • double-dagger – Captain
  • dagger – Wicket-keeper
  • Section-sign – Player now retired from international cricket
  • First – Year of debut
  • Last – Year of latest game
  • Mat – Number of matches played

Fielding

Batting

Bowling

Captains

  • Won – Number of games won
  • Lost – Number of games lost
  • Tied – Number of games tied[c]
  • NR – Number of games with no result
  • Win% – Ratio of games won to those captained[d]

Players[edit]

  • The list is arranged in the order in which each player won his first cap. To sort this table by any statistic, click on the Sort both.gif icon on the column title.
  • Statistics are last updated on 1 February 2017.[15][16][17]
India T20I cricketers
Cap Name First Last Mat Batting Bowling Fielding Ref.
Inn NO Runs HS Avg S/R 50s Wkt BBI Ave Econ Ca St
1 Agarkar, AjitAjit Agarkar Section-sign 20061 2007 4 2 0 15 14 7.50 136.36 0 3 2/10 28.33 8.09 0 0 [18]
2 Dhoni, Mahendra SinghMahendra Singh Dhoni dagger double-dagger 20062 2017 76 66 33 1,209 56 36.63 123.49 1 &
&
&
&
42 23 [19]
3 Singh, HarbhajanHarbhajan Singh 20063 2016 28 13 5 108 21 13.50 124.13 0 25 4/12 25.32 6.20 7 0 [20]
4 Karthik, DineshDinesh Karthik dagger 20064 2010 9 8 2 100 31* 16.66 113.63 0 &
&
&
&
5 2 [21]
5 Khan, ZaheerZaheer Khan Section-sign 20065 2012 17 4 2 13 9 6.50 130.00 0 17 4/19 26.35 7.63 2 0 [22]
6 Mongia, DineshDinesh Mongia Section-sign 20066 2006 1 1 0 38 38 38.00 84.44 0 &
&
&
&
1 0 [23]
7 Pathan, IrfanIrfan Pathan 20067 2009 24 14 7 172 33* 24.57 119.44 0 28 3/16 22.07 8.02 2 0 [24]
8 Raina, SureshSuresh Raina double-dagger 20068 2017 65 55 11 1,309 101 29.70 132.96 4 12 2/6 32.91 7.57 32 0 [25]
9 Sehwag, VirenderVirender Sehwag double-dagger Section-sign 20069 2013 19 18 0 394 68 21.88 145.38 2 0 &
&
20.00 2 0 [26]
10 Sreesanth, S.S. Sreesanth Section-sign 20069.1 2008 10 3 2 20 19* 20.00 142.85 0 7 2/12 41.14 8.47 2 0 [27]
11 Tendulkar, SachinSachin Tendulkar Section-sign 20069.2 2006 1 1 0 10 10 10.00 83.33 0 1 1/12 12.00 4.80 1 0 [28]
12 Gambhir, GautamGautam Gambhir 20071 2012 37 36 2 932 75 27.41 119.02 7 &
&
&
&
11 0 [29]
13 Singh, R. P.R. P. Singh 20072 2009 10 2 2 3 2* &
100.00 0 15 4/13 15.00 6.81 2 0 [30]
14 Uthappa, RobinRobin Uthappa dagger 20073 2015 13 12 2 249 50 24.90 118.00 1 &
&
&
&
2 0 [31]
15 Singh, YuvrajYuvraj Singh 20074 2017 58 51 9 1,177 77* 28.02 136.38 8 28 3/17 17.82 7.06 12 0 [32]
16 Sharma, JoginderJoginder Sharma 20075 2007 4 &
&
&
&
&
&
&
4 2/20 34.50 9.51 2 0 [33]
17 Sharma, RohitRohit Sharma 20076 2016 62 55 12 1,364 106 31.72 129.41 10 1 1/22 113.00 9.97 22 0 [34]
18 Pathan, YusufYusuf Pathan 20077 2011 22 18 5 236 37* 18.15 146.58 0 13 2/22 33.69 8.61 9 0 [35]
19 Kartik, MuraliMurali Kartik Section-sign 20078 2007 1 &
&
&
&
&
&
&
0 &
&
6.75 0 0 [36]
20 Kumar, PraveenPraveen Kumar 20081 2012 10 3 0 7 6 2.33 43.75 0 8 2/14 24.12 7.42 1 0 [37]
21 Sharma, IshantIshant Sharma 20082 2013 14 3 2 8 5* 8.00 88.88 0 8 2/34 50.00 8.63 4 0 [38]
22 Jadeja, RavindraRavindra Jadeja 20091 2016 39 17 5 103 25 8.58 88.79 0 31 3/48 30.38 7.15 18 0 [39]
23 Ojha, PragyanPragyan Ojha 20092 2010 6 1 1 10 10* &
166.66 0 10 4/21 13.20 6.28 1 0 [40]
24 Dinda, AshokAshok Dinda 20093 2010 9 2 1 22 19* 22.00 91.66 0 17 4/19 14.41 8.16 1 0 [41]
25 Nehra, AshishAshish Nehra 20094 2017 26 5 0 28 22 5.60 71.79 0 34 3/19 21.44 7.75 4 0 [42]
26 Tyagi, SudeepSudeep Tyagi 20095 2009 1 &
&
&
&
&
&
&
0 &
&
10.50 1 0 [43]
27 Vijay, MuraliMurali Vijay 20101 2015 9 9 0 169 48 18.77 109.74 0 0 &
&
4.50 3 0 [44]
28 Chawla, PiyushPiyush Chawla 20102 2012 7 1 0 0 0 0.00 0.00 0 4 2/13 37.75 6.56 2 0 [45]
29 Kumar, VinayVinay Kumar 20103 2012 9 1 1 2 2* &
50.00 0 10 3/24 24.70 7.84 1 0 [46]
30 Ashwin, RavichandranRavichandran Ashwin 20104 2016 45 10 6 112 31* 28.00 103.70 0 52 4/8 22.19 6.91 8 0 [47]
31 Kohli, ViratVirat Kohli double-dagger 20105 2017 48 44 12 1,709 90* 53.40 134.77 16 4 1/13 49.50 8.13 24 0 [48]
32 Ojha, NamanNaman Ojha dagger 20106 2010 2 2 0 12 10 6.00 44.44 0 &
&
&
&
0 0 [49]
33 Mishra, AmitAmit Mishra 20107 2017 10 &
&
&
&
&
&
&
16 3/24 15.00 6.31 1 0 [50]
34 Patel, MunafMunaf Patel 20111 2011 3 1 0 0 0 0.00 0.00 0 4 2/25 21.50 8.60 0 0 [51]
35 Badrinath, SubramaniamSubramaniam Badrinath 20112 2011 1 1 0 43 43 43.00 116.21 0 &
&
&
&
0 0 [52]
36 Dhawan, ShikharShikhar Dhawan 20113 2016 22 22 2 416 60 20.80 113.35 2 &
&
&
&
5 0 [53]
37 Patel, ParthivParthiv Patel dagger 20114 2011 2 2 0 36 26 18.00 112.50 0 &
&
&
&
1 0 [54]
38 Dravid, RahulRahul Dravid Section-sign 20115 2011 1 1 0 31 31 31.00 147.61 0 &
&
&
&
0 0 [55]
39 Rahane, AjinkyaAjinkya Rahane double-dagger 20116 2016 20 20 2 375 61 20.83 113.29 1 &
&
&
&
16 0 [56]
40 Tiwary, ManojManoj Tiwary 20117 2015 3 1 0 15 15 15.00 88.23 0 &
&
&
&
2 0 [57]
41 Sharma, RahulRahul Sharma 20121 2012 2 &
&
&
&
&
&
&
3 2/29 18.66 7.63 0 0 [58]
42 Yadav, UmeshUmesh Yadav 20122 2012 1 &
&
&
&
&
&
&
1 1/24 24.00 8.00 0 0 [59]
43 Balaji, LakshmipathyLakshmipathy Balaji Section-sign 20123 2012 5 &
&
&
&
&
&
&
10 3/19 12.10 7.56 0 0 [60]
44 Awana, ParvinderParvinder Awana 20124 2012 2 &
&
&
&
&
&
&
0 &
&
11.83 0 0 [61]
45 Kumar, BhuvneshwarBhuvneshwar Kumar 20125 2016 16 4 2 15 9 7.50 100.00 0 16 3/9 23.81 6.68 3 0 [62]
46 Shami, MohammedMohammed Shami 20141 2016 6 &
&
&
&
&
&
&
8 3/38 25.50 9.87 0 0 [63]
47 Sharma, MohitMohit Sharma 20142 2015 8 2 2 3 3* &
42.85 0 6 2/28 30.83 8.04 1 0 [64]
48 Rayudu, AmbatiAmbati Rayudu 20143 2016 6 5 1 42 20* 10.50 84.00 0 &
&
&
&
4 0 [65]
49 Sharma, KarnKarn Sharma 20144 2014 1 &
&
&
&
&
&
&
1 1/28 28.00 7.00 0 0 [66]
50 Binny, StuartStuart Binny 20151 2016 3 2 0 35 24 17.50 120.68 0 1 1/14 54.00 10.80 0 0 [67]
51 Jadhav, KedarKedar Jadhav 20152 2016 5 4 0 91 58 22.75 133.82 1 &
&
&
&
1 0 [68]
52 Pandey, ManishManish Pandey 20153 2017 8 6 0 100 48 16.66 112.35 0 &
&
&
&
1 0 [69]
53 Patel, AxarAxar Patel 20154 2016 7 5 2 62 20* 20.66 124.00 0 7 3/17 23.00 5.96 4 0 [70]
54 Sharma, SandeepSandeep Sharma 20155 2015 2 1 1 1 1* &
100.00 0 1 1/39 73.00 10.42 0 0 [71]
55 Samson, SanjuSanju Samson 20156 2015 1 1 0 19 19 19.00 79.16 0 &
&
&
&
1 0 [72]
56 Aravind, SreenathSreenath Aravind 20157 2015 1 &
&
&
&
&
&
&
1 1/44 44.00 12.00 0 0 [73]
57 Bumrah, JaspritJasprit Bumrah 20160 2017 24 4 3 0 0* 0.00 0.00 0 33 3/11 17.78 6.58 3 0 [74]
58 Pandya, HardikHardik Pandya 20161 2017 19 10 0 100 31 10.00 133.33 0 15 3/8 25.93 8.02 11 0 [75]
59 Negi, PawanPawan Negi 20162 2016 1 &
&
&
&
&
&
&
1 1/16 16.00 5.33 2 0 [76]
60 Chahal, YuzvendraYuzvendra Chahal 20163 2017 6 &
&
&
&
&
&
&
11 6/25 15.81 7.25 2 0 [77]
61 Dhawan, RishiRishi Dhawan 20164 2016 1 1 1 1 1* &
50.00 0 1 1/42 42.00 10.50 2 0 [78]
62 Singh, MandeepMandeep Singh 20165 2016 3 3 1 87 52* 43.50 119.17 1 &
&
&
&
1 0 [79]
63 Rahul, K. L.K. L. Rahul 20166 2017 8 7 2 280 110* 56.00 150.53 1 &
&
&
&
1 0 [80]
64 Unadkat, JaydevJaydev Unadkat 20167 2016 1 &
&
&
&
&
&
&
0 &
&
10.75 0 0 [81]
65 Kulkarni, DhawalDhawal Kulkarni 20168 2016 2 1 1 1 1* &
100.00 0 3 2/23 18.33 6.87 0 0 [82]
66 Sran, BarinderBarinder Sran 20169 2016 2 &
&
&
&
&
&
&
6 4/10 6.83 5.12 0 0 [83]
67 Rasool, ParvezParvez Rasool 20171 2017 1 1 0 5 5 5.00 83.33 0 1 1/32 32.00 8.00 0 0 [84]
68 Pant, RishabhRishabh Pant 20172 2017 1 1 1 5 5* &
166.66 0 &
&
&
&
1 0 [85]

T20I captains[edit]

India T20I captains[3]
No. Name First Last Mat Won Lost Tied[c] NR Win%[e][86]
01 Sehwag, VirenderVirender Sehwag 2006 2006 1 1 0 0 0 100.00%
02 Dhoni, Mahendra SinghMahendra Singh Dhoni 2007 2016 072 41 28 1 2 59.28%
03 Raina, SureshSuresh Raina 2010 2011 03 3 0 0 0 100.00%
04 Rahane, AjinkyaAjinkya Rahane 2015 2015 02 1 1 0 0 50.00%
05 Kohli, ViratVirat Kohli 2017 2017 03 2 1 0 0 66.66%
      Total 81 48 30 1 2 61.39%

Notes[edit]

Footnotes[edit]

  1. ^ New Zealand and Australia are the other teams.[7]
  2. ^ As of February 2017, the score is the highest second innings total by a team and the fourth highest overall.[10]
  3. ^ a b Matches that were tied and decided by bowlout are listed as tied.
  4. ^ The games that did not have a result are not included in calculating the win ratio.
  5. ^ The percentage is worked out by counting tied games as half a win.

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