Krunal (30 years outdated) had his youthful brother Hardik (27) batting at No. 6 for India. England in the meantime fielded the Curran brothers – Tom (26) and Sam (22) taking the sphere.
Though Hardik was dismissed for 1, Krunal had a memorable ODI debut as he smashed an unbeaten 31-ball 58. His 26 ball fifty additionally broke the document for the quickest ODI fifty ever scored. He additionally now holds the document for one of the best strike charge on ODI debut of 187.09 (for a minimal of 50 runs scored).
The Curran brothers went wicketless in the India innings.
In the England run chase, Krunal took one wicket whereas Hardik wasn’t bowled. Sam Curran scored 12 and Tom hit 11 runs, as England had been bowled out for 251 runs dropping the match by 66 runs.
Over the years, many sets of brothers have performed and are nonetheless enjoying worldwide cricket. Some of these pairs are – the Amarnaths, the Pathans, the Pandyas from India…The Chappells, the Waughs, the Husseys and the Marshs from Australia…The Flower brothers from Zimbabwe….The Mohammad brothers and the Akmal brothers from Pakistan. The Currans from England and so forth…
Here we have a look at the opposite situations when two pairs of brothers performed in opposition to one another in an ODI:
Surinder Amarnath & Mohinder Amarnath vs Sadiq Mohammad & Mushtaq Mohammad:
Surinder Amarnath and Mohinder Amarnath, sons of the nice Lala Amarnath confronted off in opposition to Sadiq Mohammad and Mushtaq Mohammad of Pakistan in Sialkot on October 13, 1978 in the second ODI of India’s tour to Pakistan.
Surinder Amarnath and Mohinder Amarnath. (Getty Images)
Mushtaq was main the facet and after profitable the toss requested India to bat first. Surinder was run out after scoring 1 as India had been bundled out for simply 79 runs in 34.2 overs. Batting at No. 5, Mohinder high scored for India with an unbeaten 34.
Opening the batting, Sadiq was dismissed by Kapil Dev for 1. Mushtaq wasn’t required to bat as Pakistan chased down the paltry victory goal in simply 16.5 overs.
Mark Waugh & Steve Waugh vs Andy Flower & Grant Flower:
The Waugh twins had been amongst probably the most well-known pairs of brothers who performed worldwide cricket and each performed pivotal roles in making Australia a cricketing superpower by the Nineties and 2000s. Older brother Steve started his profession as a medium pacer however went on to grow to be a gutsy center order batsman who made up for his technical deficiencies with grit and gutsy batting and emerged as one of probably the most profitable batsmen of his technology. He led Australia to the title in the 1999 ODI World Cup.
Mark Waugh and Steve Waugh throughout the 1999 World Cup match in opposition to Zimbabwe at Lord’s. (Getty Images)
Mark was a trendy high order batsman identified for his timing who later flourished as an opener in ODI cricket. He additionally used to bowl occasional off-spin. He was additionally an excellent slip fielder and is remembered for taking some beautiful catches in the slips and in the outfield.
The Waugh twins performed in opposition to the Flower brothers of Zimbabwe in 10 ODIs. Andy Flower was a wicket-keeper and a very good batsman.
His youthful brother Grant was a top-order batsman who used to bowl occasional left-arm spin.
Kamran Akmal & Umar Akmal vs Michael Hussey & David Hussey:
The Hussey brothers of Australia squared off in opposition to the Akmal brothers of Pakistan in two consecutive ODIs that the two sides performed in the UAE.
In the primary match in Sharjah on August 28, 2012, Australia gained by 4 wickets after bowling out Pakistan for 198 runs. Umar hit 52, whereas Kamran scored 4 in that sport. Michael and David had been dismissed for five and three respectively.
Michael Hussey and David Hussey. (Getty Images)
In the second match in Abu Dhabi on August 31, 2012, Pakistan beat Australia by 7 wickets. Michael scored 61 whereas David was dismissed for a duck, as Australia managed to place up 248/9 in their 50 overs.
The Akmal brothers weren’t required to bat, as Pakistan chased down the goal in 43.4 overs.
On Tuesday, the Pandya and the Curran brothers joined this record once they clashed in the primary of three ODIs in Pune, which India gained convincingly.