Interesting Questions, Facts and Information
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Interesting Questions, Facts, and Information
All of these (Alec Stewart was the Man of the Series, Alec Stewart scored two consecutive centuries and two half centuries, Alec Stewart made most runs in the tournament, and had the highest batting average). Stewart scored two centuries, 101 against the West Indies and 100* against Zimbabwe. He then hit 97 against Zimbabwe in the final of the competition. He finished the series with 408 runs, at an average of 81.6.
|Stewart's highest score in the World Cup was made against Sri Lanka in May 1999. With whom did he share a second wicket partnership of 125 in this match?||Memorable Moments - Alec Stewart
Graeme Hick. Sri Lanka set England the task of scoring 205 to win the match. Stewart and Hussain put on 50 for the first wicket, before Hussein was dismissed for 14. Stewart went on to score 88, supported by Hick scoring 73. In the Sri Lankan innings Stewart had taken three catches, so he deserved the Man of the Match award for this memorable game.
Sharjah. Stewart made his highest ODI score in against India in the first match of the Akai-Singer Champions Trophy in December 1997. He batted for 156 minutes and faced 111 balls. He received the Man of the Match award for his part in England's 7 run victory.
|Stewart scored 164 when England followed on in the 3rd test against South Africa in July 1998. The match was played at Old Trafford. What was Stewart's highest test score at this ground before this test?||Memorable Moments - Alec Stewart
30. Thanks to a double century by Gary Kirsten and 132 from Jacques Kallis, South Africa were able to declare on 552-5. In reply, England made 183, and so were asked to follow on. In their second innings they made 369-9, Stewart top-scoring with 164 and Atherton scoring 89.
Robin Smith. Stewart and Hick put on 93 runs for the second wicket, with Hick scoring 51. Stewart and Smith put on 227 for the third wicket, with Smith going on to score 127. England declared on 459-7, and the match was drawn.
Sri Lanka. Stewart scored 113* in the only test against Sri Lanka in August 1991. He batted for 308 minutes, until he ran out of partners, and England reached the total of 282 all out. They won the test by 137 runs. Stewart was the second English player to score a century against Sri Lanka in a test match. The first was Allan Lamb.