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Most consecutive innings without a duck in T20I cricket. David Miller record of 90 Innings
South African batsman David Miller, holds a remarkable world record in T20I cricket. He boasts the most consecutive innings played without a single duck. A total of 90 consecutive innings without a duck. This is a testament to his remarkable skill and consistency as a batsman. Miller’s ability to score runs without getting out for a duck showcases his mental toughness, technique and shot-making abilities, making him one of the greatest T20 batsmen of all time. This record is a remarkable achievement and a source of inspiration for aspiring cricketers all over the world.
Former Indian wicket-keeper batsman MS Dhoni stands at the second spot in most consecutive innings in T20I cricket without a single duck. Very few fans would know that Dhoni got out for a duck in his career’s first T20I match. Charles Langeveldt dismissed him for the score of zero. However, in the next 84 T20I inning of his career, Dhoni never returned to the pavilion on a DUCK.
Most consecutive innings without a duck in T20I cricket
|David Miller (SA)||90||20-May-10||05-Aug-22|
|MS Dhoni (IND)||84*||14-Sep-07||27-Feb-19|
|MJ Guptill (NZ)||69||15-Oct-11||22-Dec-20|
|Shoaib Malik (ICC/PAK)||69||23-Sep-12||11-Nov-21|
|MN Samuels (WI)||65*||28-Jun-07||05-Aug-18|
|H Masakadza (ZIM)||61||28-Nov-06||12-Jul-19|
|S Dhawan (IND)||61||28-Mar-14||28-Jul-21|
|LD Chandimal (SL)||61*||30-Apr-10||27-Feb-22|
|GJ Maxwell (AUS)||61||09-Nov-14||20-Sep-22|
Miller made his first-class debut in 2008 at 18 years old and his international debut 2 years later on South Africa’s West Indies tour. In 2013, he became a regular in international play, and earned his first ODI century (130) vs West Indies in Jan. 2015, followed by an unbeaten 138 in two matches.
This strong form helped him earn a spot in the World Cup where he scored an 18-ball 49 in the semi-final, which South Africa lost narrowly to New Zealand.
The record of most consecutive innings without a duck in T20I cricket reflects a player’s skill and consistency in terms of their mental toughness, technique and shot-making abilities. A player who can score runs without getting out for a duck consistently showcases their mastery of the sport.
What is the record for most consecutive innings without a duck in T20I cricket?
The record for the most consecutive innings without a duck in T20I cricket is held by David Miller, South African batsman.
Who holds the record for most consecutive innings without a duck in T20I cricket?
South African batsman David Miller holds the record of the most consecutive innings without a duck in T20I cricket.
What does it mean to get out for a duck in cricket?
Getting out for a duck on the first ball in cricket means being dismissed without scoring any runs.
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