As the question is about sharing the player of the match award between two players from same team, here is the example for that in an international match.
Sunil Gavaskar and Chetan Sharma shared the "Man of the match" award in World Cup 87.
Scorecard of the match.
There is no system of cards in Cricket. The instances you mentioned were funny ones.
Shane Warne was shown a yellow card during the Tsunami welfare match between ICC World XI and Asia XI. Here, Shane Warne at the end of 49.5 overs of the first innings ran to the pavilion presuming the overs quota was completed. The Umpire Billy Bowden called him back and ...
Can a player aged 19 play under 19 international cricket match? (Since 19 is not under 19)
The age of the player is not determined during the world cup. It is determined on 1st of September before the world cup. E.g. For ICC U19 World Cup 2014 the age of the players was determined based on 1st September 2013. That means any player must be under 19 on 1st ...
I searched for different articles on low over rate punishment and found many article on ICC official website under search term low over rate, Link to Website search result. After manually checking many articles this is the result:
England has gotten the most punishments for slow over rate that is 18 occasion behind them is Sri Lanka with 17 times.
According to the official ICC Squad Registration Form, there can be a maximum of 18 players in an squad in both Men's and Women's Cricket.
ICC Squad Registration Form - Men's Cricket
ICC Squad Registration Form - Women's Cricket
The Duckworth-Lewis method is explained on the ICC website:
Duckworth-Lewis Method description and guide to usage
Duckworth-Lewis method FAQ
Despite much confusion amongst the media, the players, and the public, the actual principle is relatively simple. When an interruption causes one team to have less resources available than the other team, the target ...
Batsmen can go for reverse sweep or switch hit any time during the match. Umpires have nothing to decide with it.
ICC had already made this shot legal and the changes were done with the rules of LBW and wide for these shots.
Is there any bowler who take 10 wicket haul in any kind of international format either Test, ODI or T20?
At present, only two players you have mentioned have taken 10 wickets in an innings in any type of international matches.
Best bowling figure in ODI is: 8.0-3-19-8 by Chaminda Vaas of Sri Lanka vs Zimbabwe as Colombo (SSC) on 8 Dec 2001.
Have a look ...
The International Cricket Council (ICC) is the international governing body of cricket.
IPL is one of the domestic cricket competitions held in India. It's not an international T20 cricket series. The performances(runs scored, wickets taken etc) will not be counted for any ICC awards or for any ICC rankings. But those IPL stats will be added to the Twenty ...
Mehboob Alam from Nepal took all 10 wickets in a World Cricket League match against Mozambique in 2008. Some very brief commentary on this feat can be found at the Guinness World Records website, and a match report is available on Cricinfo.
This has occurred in the match between Australia and South Africa. On 12 March 2006, Played at New Wanderers Stadium, Johannesburg
HH Gibbs (South Africa) and RT Ponting (Australia) were name the players of the match.
Referred from Espncricinfo.
ICC announced the free-hit rules on 2007 October along with some other changes in rules for limited overs cricket.
The only reason to us for not having free-hits in unlimited overs cricket is ICC didn't wants it.
Why they didn't?
Reasons may be:
Free-hits are for increasing the excitement of the match, it won't be suit for unlimited overs match, where a ...
T20 cricket match is more about entertainment than a genuine cricket. Cricket fans want to see more runs (mostly in form of boundaries) rather than fine cricketing shots. And Free Hit allows the batsman to hit the ball without any fear of being out. So they can hit more and long boundaries if the bowler make mistake.
The Test cricket is the oldest form of ...
What are all the over formats used in ODI history?
As already mentioned 40, 45, 55, 60, 50 and 35 overs.
When did the 50-overs format for one-day international matches comes in practice?
I didn't find any source or article where it is mentioned. But I find it by reading scoreboards of ODI matches one by one from starting. The first 50 overs ODI was West ...
While it is not allowed by the rules, it is indeed possible, and has happened:
In a 1951 in a test versus England, Alex Moir of New Zealand bowled 2 successive overs, the last before tea and the first after the interval!
This was an oversight on behalf of the umpires (and captains, batsmen and bowler as well).
From what I know, you cannot literally swap the designated captain, but that doesn't stop the captain handing over temporary charge to another player, similar to if a captain goes off the field and the vice captain takes over. An umpire cannot say to a player 'no, you can't change the fielding positions cause you're not captain'. This happened in the BBL, ...
In international matches the ICC log and monitor the decisions made by umpires. According to Simon Taufel (a recently retired umpire from the Elite Panel):
ICC has taken the performance assessment of umpires very seriously as our rankings and continued contractual offerings depend on it. Every appeal is logged by the ICC Match Referee, every appeal is ...
Few countries play full Test Matches in Women's Cricket these days. Since 2007, there have been only 4 Women's test matches played, all being Australia playing England in the Women's Ashes. The last test played between any other nations was Netherlands vs South Africa in 2007.
With so few matches, there is no point having a rating system. Women's Test ...
One rule that comes to my mind is the 'Declaration Rule' for Limited Overs Internationals.
While the Laws of Cricket state that you can declare an innings in a match of any length(ie Test or ODI or T20), ICC prohibits it. All international matches are played in accordance respective 'ICC Playing Conditions' rulebook.
You can check out the Playing Conditions ...
ICC members are made up of governing bodies, not teams. Therefore the World XI, which was a team directly organised by the ICC, is not an ICC member itself.
However, the matches were given ODI and Test status. They therefore do count towards official international records, and individual player statistics.
The first Twenty 20 world cup was played in the year of 2007 but, the super over was introduced by ICC only in the year of 2008.
When India and Pakistan's match went for tie in the first T20 world cup, Bowl-Out method was used to break the tie. Then, the super-over method was introduced to replace bowl-out method in 2008.
I have tried to give you answers one by one.
If a player played for under19 international matches,will they be added in his odi career?
I couldn't find any official source where it is mentioned that Under-19 Cricket's stats count or not towards his international career. But from any player's career statistics we can easily find that Under-19 Cricket's ...
The players are given points and rankings by ICC by following basis:
For a batsman, the factors are:
Ratings of the opposing bowling attack; the higher the combined ratings of the attack, the more value is given to the batsman’s innings (in proportion)
The level of run-scoring in the match, and the team’s innings total; an ...
Orangecrush's answer is technically correct, but relegates the most important point to the final paragraph: no batsman can ever be given out unless there is an appeal from a fielder. To quote from Law 27:
Neither umpire shall give a batsman out, even though he may be out under the Laws, unless appealed to by a fielder.
Hence it is necessary to appeal for ...
I can't think of the specifics, but I seem to remember this scenario from many years ago. In the old Gillette cup it was 60 overs a side and there was a reserve day if the match could not be completed in one day due to the weather or bad light. In the first round the first class counties usually played minor counties and won handsomely most of the time. ...
Laws of cricket would apply, in Law 17.5 if an umpire miscounts, they will call over even if the ball was not a legal delivery.
Law 17 - The over
17.5 Umpire miscounting
17.5.1 If the umpire miscounts the number of valid balls, the over as counted by the umpire shall stand.
17.5.2 If, having miscounted, the umpire allows an over to continue after 6 valid ...