On the seventh day of ICC Women's T20 World Cup 2020 in Group B, South Africa Women beat Thailand Women by 113 runs and England Women beat Pakistan Women by 42 runs in Canberra and both the winning teams registered their second win of this tournament. Here are the statistical highlights of these two matches.
All the major stats and facts from day seven of Women's T20 World Cup 2020 in Australia
5 - Lizelle Lee became the fifth player to score a hundred in Women's T20I World Cups.
100s in Women's T20 World Cups -
126 - Meg Lanning (AUS Women) vs IRE Women at Sylhet, 2014
112* - Deandra Dottin (WI Women) vs SA Women at Basseterre, 2010
108* - Heather Knight (ENG Women) vs Thailand Women at Canberra, 2020
103 - Harmanpreet Kaur (IND Women) vs NZ Women at Providence, 2018
101 - Lizelle Lee (SA Women) vs Thailand Women at Canberra, 2020
5 - Heather Knight has five fifty plus scores in Women's T20I cricket and all have come at Manuka Oval in Canberra and that too in five consecutive matches - only Woman to score five consecutive fifty plus scores in T20Is at a single venue.
100 - Anya Shrubsole became the first ever England Women's player to take 100 wickets in T20I cricket.
Most wickets in Women's T20I cricket -
119 - Anisa Mohammed (WI Women)
114 - Ellyse Perry (AUS Women)
100 - Anya Shrubsole (ENG Women)
98 - Shabnim Ismail (SA Women)
96 - Nida Dar (PAK Women)
Most wickets for ENG Women in T20I cricket -
100 - Anya Shrubsole
85 - Danielle Hazell
83 - Katherine Brunt
75 - Jenny Gunn
64 - Laura Marsh
100 - Nida Dar became the third Pakistan Women's player to play 100 or more T20I matches for her team.
Most T20I matches for PAK Women -
108 - Bismah Mahroof
106 - Sana Mir
100 - Nida Dar
99 - Javeria Khan
113 - Runs win is the second biggest win for South Africa Women in terms of runs in T20I cricket.
Biggest wins for SA Women in T20I cricket (By runs) -
115 vs Netherlands Women at Potchefstroom, 2010
113 vs Thailand Women at Canberra, 2020
105 vs India Women at Surat, 2019