|JS Patel||2||2||New Zealand||v England||Durban||18 Sep 2007||T20I # 36|
|EJG Morgan||2||2||England||v Pakistan||The Oval||7 Jun 2009||T20I # 95|
|HM Amla||2||2||South Africa||v West Indies||North Sound||19 May 2010||T20I # 178|
|J Charles||2||2||West Indies||v England||Bridgetown||9 Mar 2014||T20I # 361|
|JL Carter||2||2||West Indies||v Sri Lanka||Colombo (RPS)||11 Nov 2015||T20I # 461|
|CJ Chibhabha||2||2||Zimbabwe||v Scotland||Nagpur||10 Mar 2016||T20I # 527|
Records include the following recent matches:
England v West Indies at Kolkata, World T20 final, Apr 3, 2016 [T20I # 557]
India v West Indies at Mumbai, World T20 2nd semi final, Mar 31, 2016 [T20I # 556]
England v New Zealand at Delhi, World T20 1st semi final, Mar 30, 2016 [T20I # 555]
Did you know?
By the time Adam Voges got out in the Wellington Test, he scored a record 614 runs between dismissals, going past Sachin Tendulkar's record of 497 runs between dismissals in 2004. The first-class record is with KC Ibrahim who had scored 709 runs (scores of 218*, 36*, 234*, 77*, 144) in 1947.
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