Champions Trophy Stats: Anderson first to capture 20 wickets for England
Statistical highlights of the ICC Champions Trophy semi-final between South Africa and England.
# James Anderson became the first bowler to capture 20 wickets (ave.21.65) in 11 matches for England in the ICC Champions Trophy.
# Anderson's aggregate of 10 wickets at 12.70 runs apiece in four games in the present tournament is exceeded only by Mitchell McClenaghan's tally of 11 wickets at 13.09 runs apiece in three games.
# Anderson's economy rate of 1.75 is the best by an England bowler in the ICC Champions Trophy.
# James Tredwell (3/19) recorded his best bowling performance vs South Africa in ODIs.
# Tredwell's figures are his best in the ICC Champions Trophy apart from being his best in England.
# Tredwell's performance is the best by an England bowler vs South Africa in the ICC Champions Trophy.
# Tredwell got his first Man of the Match award vs South Africa -- his third in ODIs.
# Stuart Broad's bowling vs South Africa is superb in ODIs -- 24 wickets (ave.15.75 and strike rate 19.5) in just 10 matches.
# Abraham de Villiers posted his sixth duck in ODIs -- his first duck vs England is also his first as captain in ODIs.
Image: James Anderson of England sucessfully appeals for LBW against Robin Peterson of Souh Africa
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Ian Bell top run-scorer in ODIs in 2013
# Ian Bell, with 632 runs at an average of 45.14 in 15 matches, is the top run-scorer in ODIs in 2013.
# Trott has his second fifty in the ICC Champions Trophy. His match-winning unbeaten 82 off 84 balls is his highest score in the tournament, eclipsing the 76 vs Sri Lanka at The Oval on June 13, 2013.
# Trott, with 209 runs at an average of 69.66 in four matches, is the top run-scorer for England in the present edition of the ICC Champions Trophy.
# Joe Root (48) took his tally in the ICC Champions Trophy to 166 in four matches at an average of 41.50. He enjoys an outstanding record in ODIs -- 583 runs (ave.53.00) in fifteen matches, including four fifties.
# Trott and Root were associated in a partnership of 105 -- England's second third-wicket century partnership against South Africa in the ICC Champions Trophy, next only to the 163 between Paul Collingwood and Owais Shah at Centurion on September 27, 2009.
# David Miller (56 not out off 51 balls) posted his first fifty in the ICC Champions Trophy -- his fourth in ODIs.
# Miller's first half-century on foreign soil is also his first against England in ODIs.
# Colin Ingram recorded his third duck in ODIs -– his first in the ICC Champions Trophy and England.
Image: Ian Bell of England bats
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Kleinveldt recorded his highest score in ODIs
# Rory Kleinveldt (43 off 61 balls) recorded his highest score in ODIs.
# Kleinveldt established a record for the highest individual innings by a No 10 player for South Africa in ODIs, eclipsing Dale Steyn's 35 off 19 balls against India at Jaipur on February 21, 2010.
# Kleinveldt's excellent knock is the highest score by a number 10 batsman in the ICC Champions Trophy.
# Jos Buttler, with six catches, has registered his first instance of six dismissals in an innings in ODIs. He became the first wicketkeeper to effect six dismissals in an innings in the ICC Champions Trophy.
# Only two England wicketkeepers had previously accomplished the feat in ODIs -- Alec Stewart and Matt Prior.
# Miller and Kleinveldt have shared a stand of 95 – the highest ninth-wicket partnership in the ICC Champions Trophy, eclipsing the 71 (unbroken) between Ian Bradshaw and Courtney Browne for West Indies against England at The Oval on September 25, 2004.
# England have won two matches out of four contested against South Africa in the ICC Champions Trophy and qualified for the final -- their second appearance in the ICC Champions Trophy final.
# South Africa (175) registered their lowest total vs England in the ICC Champions Trophy.
# The 95-run stand is a South African record for the ninth wicket in ODIs apart from the highest by any pair against England for this wicket-position in ODIs, eclipsing the 88 between Doug Bollinger and Shaun Marsh for Australia at Hobart on January 21, 2011.
Image: Rory Kleinveldt of South Africa
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