Analytics: When Finn Allen is halfway through his glass, he can look back His international debut in cricket As a record moment.
The New Zealand superstar became the first inaugural player (from full-fledged nations) to be disqualified from the duck in the first rounds of T20’s international debut when the ball was thrown by Nasum Ahmed of Bangladesh in Hamilton on Sunday.
But to take him with you if he wasn’t handsome yet, his future bears some bright signs.
They all joined 10 other specialists from whole countries to make a first ball duck on their international debut at T20, and some of them turned out to be very helpful players.
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Mahela Jayawardene made a gold duck on his Sri Lankan debut against England in 2006 and recovered enough to hit nearly 1,500 T20 rounds with an average of 31.76 with a hit rate of 133.18.
Pakistani Younes Khan suffered the same fate against the same opposition in the same year, while Indian KL Rahul was stunned by Donald Teripano of Zimbabwe in his debut in Harare in 2016 with his second team and since then has participated in 1557 international races T20 39.92 completed An injury rate of 142.19.
The other thing that stood out about Allen’s golden point is that he first came to Nasum at T20 internationals.
Not the first time the rookie batsman has moved away from a rookie, it has happened on four other occasions that Allen’s inaugural Sunday partner, Martin Guptill, has been on the list.
Allen became the third player to make a gold duck in his T20 New Zealand tournament debut – Matthew Sinclair and Kyle Mills reached New Zealand’s first international player in T20 against Australia at Eden Park in 2005.
Sinclair hit No. 3 and fell to Pauling Michael Kasprowicz with catch from Simon Katesch, while Mills was killed by Glenn McGrath against the last ball of the game, which New Zealand lost with 44 assists.
The Guptill Duck on his T20I debut was runner-up, lbw against Peter Siddle against Australia in Sydney in 2009 – so Allen can take that into account when he will likely emerge again on Tuesday at Napier and play Guptill playing his T20I 101 as a Opening partner. .
For the record, Ken Williamson was given no racket in his T20I debut against Zimbabwe in Harare in 2011.
He was New Zealand’s No. 5 and scored a 10-point win then 48 in his first T20I racket against the same opponents at Eden Pk the following year. He finished fourth in that match when Captain Brendon McCollum made a gold duck in third.
Everyone has solace, too, because one ball failure was barely hurting their side.
Sunday’s NZ 210-3 score was the third-highest score in T20 internationals that marked full territory when he scored one of the top three duck hitters – and the second highest result was when Peter Ingram scored a zero in the opening two balls against Australia Christchurch in 2010 (bowling by Speedster Shaun Tait) ). New Zealand rebounded to 214-6, as Ingram’s inaugural partner Brendon McCullum unbeaten 116 of 56 balls in an unforgettable match that the hosts won in a superb match.
Will Young rookie from Allen’s Black Cap T20I had a better day at Seddon Park. He made 53 of 30 balls and became only the second example of a duck and a half century by two rookies in the same T20I roles.
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