On the seventh day of ICC Men's T20 World Cup Qualifiers 2019 the Netherlands suffered their first loss of the tournament, Hong Kong continued their winning run, Scotland and Papua New Guinea too returned to winning ways. Here are the statistical highlights from the seventh day of this tournament.
All the major stats and facts from the seventh day of ICC Men's T20 World Cup Qualifiers 2019
Match 27 - Papua New Guinea beat the Netherlands by 5 wickets
Match 28 - UAE beat Nigeria by 5 wickets
Match 29 - Hong Kong beat Canada by 32 runs
Match 30 - Scotland beat Bermuda by 46 runs
1 - Joseph Adedeji (51* vs the Netherlands) became the first Nigeria player to score 50 in T20I cricket.
32 - Hong Kong's 32 runs win over Canada is their third biggest win in terms of runs in T20I cricket.
204/4 - Runs total is the third-highest total for Scotland in T20I cricket.
Highest totals for Scotland in T20I cricket -
252/3 vs the Netherlands at Dublin, 2019
221/3 vs the Netherlands at Amstelveen, 2018
204/4 vs Bermuda at Dubai, 2019
193/7 vs Ireland at Dublin, 2019
555 - Nizakat Khan with 555 runs became the leading run-scorer for Hong Kong in T20I cricket. He surpassed Babar Hayat's tally of 541 runs.
1001 - Calum MacLeod became the third Scotland player to score 1000 runs in T20I cricket.
1000 plus T20I runs for Scotland -
1335 - Kyle Coetzer
1169 - Richie Berrington
1001 - Calum MacLeod