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Player of the Match awards (cricket)

In the sport of cricket, a Man of the Match or Player of the Match award is given to an outstanding player, almost always the one who makes the most impact in the match. The term was originally used in cricket before being adopted by other sports. The award will usually be given to a player from the winning team, but if a team has lost but a player from the losing team has had an incredible performance then he can also be named as Man of the Match.

In Test cricket, the man of the match award became a regular feature in the mid-1980s.[1] It is usually awarded to the player whose contribution is seen as the most important in winning the game, but there have been many instances of a player on the losing team receiving the award.[2]

In Test matches, Jacques Kallis holds the record for the highest number of awards, with 23 in 166 matches, followed by Muttiah Muralitharan with 19 awards.[1]

In ODI matches Sachin Tendulkar holds the record for the highest number of man of the match awards, with 62 in 463 matches.[3] Sanath Jayasuriya is second with 48.

In Twenty20 Internationals, Virat Kohli leads with 15 awards.[4]

Andrea-Mae Zepeda of Austria completed a clean sweep of POTM awards in a WT20I series against Belgium in September 2021. Hayley Matthews achieved the same feat for the West Indies against Australian in October 2023, despite her team losing the series 2–1.

Test cricket

Note: Players in bold are still active in international cricket.

Most Player of the Match awards

Awards Player Team Matches Career
23 Jacques Kallis  South Africa 166 1995–2014
19 Muttiah Muralitharan  Sri Lanka 133 1992–2010
17 Wasim Akram  Pakistan 104 1985–2002
Shane Warne  Australia 145 1992–2007
16 Kumar Sangakkara  Sri Lanka 134 2000–2015
Ricky Ponting  Australia 168 1995–2012
14 Curtly Ambrose  West Indies 98 1988–2000
Steve Waugh  Australia 168 1985–2004
Sachin Tendulkar  India 200 1989–2013
13 Joe Root  England 127 2012–present
Mahela Jayawardene  Sri Lanka 149 1997–2014
Steve Smith  Australia 106 2006–2024

Last updated: 21 January 2024[5]

Most Player of the Series awards

Awards Player Team Series Career
11 Muttiah Muralitharan  Sri Lanka 61 1992–2010
10 Ravichandran Ashwin  India 37 2011–present
9 Jacques Kallis  South Africa 61 1995–2013
8 Imran Khan  Pakistan 28 1971–1992
Richard Hadlee  New Zealand 33 1973–1990
Shane Warne  Australia 46 1992–2007
7 Wasim Akram  Pakistan 43 1985–2002
Shivnarine Chanderpaul  West Indies 60 1994–2015
6 Malcolm Marshall  West Indies 21 1978–1991
Curtly Ambrose  West Indies 27 1988–2000
Steve Waugh  Australia 54 1985–2004

Last updated: 7 January 2023[6]

One Day International cricket

Note: Players in bold are still active in international cricket.

Most Player of the Match awards

Awards Player Team Matches Career
62 Sachin Tendulkar  India 463 1989–2012
48 Sanath Jayasuriya  Sri Lanka 445 1989–2011
41 Virat Kohli  India 289 2008–present
32 Jacques Kallis  South Africa 328 1996–2014
Ricky Ponting  Australia 375 1995–2012
Shahid Afridi  Pakistan 398 1996–2015
31 Vivian Richards  West Indies 187 1975–1991
Sourav Ganguly  India 311 1992–2007
Kumar Sangakkara  Sri Lanka 404 2000–2015
30 Brian Lara  West Indies 299 1990–2007
Aravinda de Silva  Sri Lanka 308 1984–2003

Last updated: 5 November 2023[7]

Most Player of the Series awards

Awards Player Team Series Career
15 Sachin Tendulkar  India 108 1989–2012
11 Virat Kohli  India 71 2008–present
Sanath Jayasuriya  Sri Lanka 111 1989–2011
9 Shaun Pollock  South Africa 60 1996–2008
8 Chris Gayle  West Indies 71 1999–2019
7 Vivian Richards  West Indies 40 1975–1991
Hashim Amla  South Africa 49 2008–2019
Yuvraj Singh  India 71 2000–2019
Shakib Al Hasan  Bangladesh 73 2006–present
Sourav Ganguly  India 75 1992–2007
Ricky Ponting  Australia 77 1995–2012
Mahendra Singh Dhoni  India 80 2004–2019

Last updated: 19 November 2023[8]

Twenty20 International cricket

Note: Players in bold are still active in international cricket.

Most Player of the Match awards

Awards Player Team Matches Career
15 Virat Kohli  India 117 2010–present
14 Suryakumar Yadav  India 60 2021–present
Sikandar Raza  Zimbabwe 81 2013–2024
Mohammad Nabi  Afghanistan 115 2010–2024
13 Rohit Sharma  India 151 2007–2024
11 Virandeep Singh  Malaysia 67 2019–present
Mohammad Rizwan  Pakistan 89 2015–present
Shahid Afridi  Pakistan 99 2006–2018
David Warner  Australia 99 2009–present
Shakib Al Hasan  Bangladesh 117 2006–present
Mohammad Hafeez  Pakistan 119 2006–2021
Shadab Khan  Pakistan 92 2017–present

Last updated: 5 November 2023[9]

Most Player of the Series awards

Awards Player Team Series Career
7 Virat Kohli  India 45 2010–present
5 David Warner  Australia 40 2009–present
Babar Azam  Pakistan 31 2016–present
Shakib Al Hasan  Bangladesh 42 2006–present
4 Suryakumar Yadav  India 18 2021–present
Mohammad Rizwan  Pakistan 28 2015–present
Glenn Maxwell  Australia 36 2012–present
Mohammad Hafeez  Pakistan 48 2006-2021

Last updated: 7 January 2023[10]

All formats

Note: Players in bold are still active in international cricket.

Most Player of the Match awards

Awards Player Team Matches Tests ODIs T20Is
76 Sachin Tendulkar  India 664 14 62 0
66 Virat Kohli  India 522 10 41 15
58 Sanath Jayasuriya  Sri Lanka 586 4 48 6
57 Jacques Kallis  South Africa 519 23 32 2
50 Kumar Sangakkara  Sri Lanka 594 16 31 3
49 Ricky Ponting  Australia 560 16 32 1
44 Shakib Al Hasan  Bangladesh 430 6 27 11
43 Shahid Afridi  Pakistan 524 0 32 11
42 Brian Lara  West Indies 430 12 30 0
41 Vivian Richards  West Indies 308 10 31 0
Aravinda de Silva  Sri Lanka 401 11 30 0
Rohit Sharma  India 467 4 24 13
Chris Gayle  West Indies 483 8 23 10
Mahela Jayawardene  Sri Lanka 652 13 22 6

Last updated: 5 November 2023[11]

Most Player of the Series awards

Awards Player Team Series Tests ODIs T20Is
21 Virat Kohli  India 159 3 11 7
20 Sachin Tendulkar  India 183 5 15 0
17 Shakib Al Hasan  Bangladesh 155 5 7 5
15 Jacques Kallis  South Africa 148 9 6 0
13 Sanath Jayasuriya  Sri Lanka 176 2 11 0
12 David Warner  Australia 123 5 3 4
Chris Gayle  West Indies 141 2 8 2
11 Ravichandran Ashwin  India 100 10 0 1
Shaun Pollock  South Africa 107 2 9 0
Shivnarine Chanderpaul  West Indies 136 7 4 0
Ricky Ponting  Australia 147 4 7 0
Muttiah Muralitharan  Sri Lanka 155 11 0 0

Last updated: 19 November 2023[12]

Shared awards

Occasionally in international cricket awards are shared, sometimes between two players of the same side or players of both sides. On these occasions, the commentators and other awarding authorities held on to share the awards, without giving the award to a player of the winning team.[13] In Test cricket there have been rare instances when a joint award for man of the match or man of the series has been announced. However, in ODIs and Twenty20 internationals this is usually when a member of the losing team is the highest scorer, such as when Charles Coventry (194) and Tamim Iqbal (154) shared the award after Zimbabwe lost the match. In another interesting match held on 3 April 1996, the whole New Zealand team was awarded the Man of the Match award by adjudicator Basil Butcher who pronounced it a team performance.[14] It was the first time that a whole team had been given the Man of the Match award.[15]

There have been only three occasions, one in test cricket and two in ODI cricket, when the whole team has been awarded the man of the match by considering the team performance rather than individual performances.[13]

Team Man of the Match awards

In Test cricket, South Africa has been awarded Team man of the match award, in the West Indies tour in 1998/99 season. The match was won by South Africa by 351 runs and whole 11 players awarded the man of the match award.[13]

15–18 January
Scorecard
v
313 (92.5 overs)
Mark Boucher 100 (183)
Courtney Walsh 6/80 (24.5 overs)
144 (47.1 overs)
Brian Lara 68 (77)
Allan Donald 5/49 (13 overs)
399/5d (115.2 overs)
Gary Kirsten 134 (305)
Carl Hooper 3/117 (36.2 overs)
217 (75.2 overs)
Ridley Jacobs 78 (92)
Paul Adams 4/64 (21.2 overs)
South Africa won by 351 runs
SuperSport Park, Centurion
Umpires: Aleem Dar (Pak) and Billy Bowden (NZ)
Player of the match: South Africa
  • West Indies won the toss and elected to field.
  • This is the first time that the West Indies lost a series 5–0.

In ODI cricket, New Zealand team has been awarded man of the match award for their team performances to 4 run victory against the West Indies on 3 April 1996.[16][17] On 1 September 1996, Pakistan team has been awarded man of the match for their team performance against England for their 2 wicket win.

3 April 1996
Scorecard
New Zealand 
158 (35.5 overs)
v
 West Indies
154 (49.1 overs)
Craig Spearman 41 (39)
Laurie Williams 3/16 (4.5 overs)
Roland Holder 49* (86)
Chris Cairns 2/17 (5.1 overs)
New Zealand won by 4 runs
Bourda, Georgetown, Guyana
Umpires: Clyde Duncan (WI) and Eddie Nicholls (WI)
Player of the match: New Zealand
  • West Indies won the toss and elected to field.
1 September 1996
Scorecard
England 
246 (50 overs)
v
 Pakistan
247/8 (49.4 overs)
Nick Knight 125* (145)
Wasim Akram 3/45 (10 overs)
Saeed Anwar 61 (59)
Adam Hollioake 4/45 (8.4 overs)
Pakistan won by 2 wickets
Trent Bridge, Nottingham
Umpires: John Holder (Eng) and David Shepherd (Eng)
Player of the match: Pakistan

Joint awards in Tests

Joint awards are sometimes given to two players, either from the same team or one from each team. As of 2017, there have been 14 instances where two players from the same team were given the Man of the Match award in Test cricket.[18]

# Match Venue Date MoM 1 MoM 2 Result
1 India v Sri Lanka Nagpur 27 December 1986 India Dilip Vengsarkar India Maninder Singh  India won
2 New Zealand v West Indies Christchurch 12 March 1987 New Zealand Richard Hadlee New Zealand Ewen Chatfield  New Zealand won
3 New Zealand v Sri Lanka Hamilton 22 February 1991 New Zealand Ian Smith New Zealand Andrew Jones Drawn
4 New Zealand v Australia Auckland 12 March 1993 New Zealand Ken Rutherford New Zealand Danny Morrison  New Zealand won
5 New Zealand v Pakistan Christchurch 24 February 1994 New Zealand Shane Thomson New Zealand Bryan Young  New Zealand won
6 Zimbabwe v Pakistan Harare 31 January 1995 Zimbabwe Andy Flower Zimbabwe Grant Flower  Zimbabwe won
7 England v South Africa Johannesburg 30 November 1995 England Jack Russell England Mike Atherton Drawn
8 Australia v South Africa Johannesburg 28 February 1997 Australia Steve Waugh Australia Greg Blewett  Australia won
9 South Africa v Zimbabwe Harare 11 November 1999 South Africa Shaun Pollock South Africa Mark Boucher  South Africa won
10 South Africa v Zimbabwe Bloemfontein 17 November 2000 South Africa Jacques Kallis South Africa Makhaya Ntini  South Africa won
11 Australia v South Africa Sydney 2 January 2002 Australia Justin Langer Australia Matthew Hayden  Australia won
12 South Africa v England London 31 January 2003 South Africa Makhaya Ntini South Africa Graeme Smith  South Africa won
13 Pakistan v South Africa Lahore 17 October 2003 Pakistan Taufeeq Umar Pakistan Danish Kaneria  Pakistan won
14 South Africa v England Johannesburg 14 January 2010 South Africa Dale Steyn South Africa Morne Morkel  South Africa won

Until 2017, there have been 26 instances where one player from each team was given the Man of the Match award in Test cricket.[18]

# Match Venue Date MoM 1 MoM 2 Result
1 Pakistan v West Indies Port of Spain 4 March 1977 Pakistan Wasim Raja Cricket West Indies Colin Croft  West Indies won
2 New Zealand v India Wellington 21 February 1981 New Zealand Geoff Howarth India Sandeep Patil  New Zealand won
3 New Zealand v India Auckland 13 March 1981 New Zealand John Wright India Ravi Shastri Drawn
4 England v West Indies London 28 June 1984 England Ian Botham Cricket West Indies Gordon Greenidge  West Indies won
5 West Indies v New Zealand Port of Spain 29 March 1985 Cricket West Indies Vivian Richards New Zealand Ewen Chatfield Drawn
6 India v Australia Chepauk 18 September 1986 India Kapil Dev Australia Dean Jones Tied
7 Pakistan v India Chepauk 3 February 1987 Pakistan Imran Khan India Kris Srikkanth Drawn
8 England v Sri Lanka London 25 August 1988 England Phil Newport Sri Lanka Ravi Ratnayeke  England won
9 Australia v Pakistan Faisalabad 23 September 1988 Australia Allan Border Pakistan Ijaz Ahmed Drawn
10 West Indies v Australia Kingston 1 March 1991 Cricket West Indies Gus Logie Australia David Boon Drawn
11 England v Sri Lanka London 22 August 1991 England Alec Stewart Sri Lanka Ravi Ratnayeke  England won
12 West Indies v South Africa Bridgetown 18 April 1992 Cricket West Indies Curtly Ambrose South Africa Andrew Hudson  West Indies won
13 England v New Zealand Auckland 24 January 1997 England Alec Stewart New Zealand Nathan Astle Drawn
14 West Indies v India Georgetown 17 April 1997 Cricket West Indies Shiv Chanderpaul India Rahul Dravid Drawn
15 South Africa v Pakistan Johannesburg 14 February 1998 South Africa Pat Symcox Pakistan Azhar Mahmood Drawn
16 Pakistan v India Kolkata 16 February 1999 Pakistan Saeed Anwar India Javagal Srinath  Pakistan won
17 Sri Lanka v Australia Kandy 9 September 1999 Sri Lanka Aravinda de Silva Australia Ricky Ponting  Sri Lanka won
18 Zimbabwe v Sri Lanka Harare 4 December 1999 Zimbabwe Andy Flower Sri Lanka Russell Arnold Drawn
19 England v South Africa Durban 26 December 1999 England Andy Caddick South Africa Gary Kirsten Drawn
20 Sri Lanka v South Africa Kandy 30 July 2000 Sri Lanka Arjuna Ranatunga South Africa Lance Klusener  South Africa won
21 India v Australia Chepauk 18 March 2001 India Harbhajan Singh Australia Matthew Hayden  India won
22 Sri Lanka v Bangladesh Colombo 6 September 2001 Sri Lanka Muttiah Muralitharan Bangladesh Mohammad Ashraful  Sri Lanka won
23 Sri Lanka v West Indies Colombo 29 November 2001 Sri Lanka Chaminda Vaas Cricket West Indies Brian Lara  Sri Lanka won
24 South Africa v Pakistan Faisalabad 24 October 2003 South Africa Gary Kirsten Pakistan Taufeeq Umar Drawn
25 Sri Lanka v Pakistan Colombo 12 July 2009 Sri Lanka Nuwan Kulasekara Pakistan Fawad Alam  Sri Lanka won
26 Pakistan v Australia London 13 July 2010 Pakistan Salman Butt Australia Simon Katich  Australia won

There was one rare instance where three players were given the man of the match award in Test cricket. This happened between New Zealand and Sri Lanka in February 1991 at Hamilton.[19]

# Match Venue Date MoM 1 MoM 2 MoM 3 Result
1 New Zealand v Sri Lanka Hamilton 4 March 1977 New Zealand Ian Smith New Zealand Andrew Jones Sri Lanka Asanka Gurusinha Drawn

In one occasion in international cricket, man of the match was given to a non-player, specifically to the ground staff. In the third Test match between South Africa and New Zealand on 8 December 2000 at Johannesburg, the fifth day was delayed due to rain. However, with the help of the ground staff, managed by Chris Scott, the Head Groundsman, the play continued and the match ended in a draw.[20]

# Match Venue Date MoM Result
1 South Africa v New Zealand Johannesburg 8 December 2000 Chris Scott (Head Groundsman) and his crew Drawn

Joint awards in One Day Internationals

As of 2020, there have been 18 instances where two players from the same team were given the Man of the Match award in ODI cricket.

# Match Venue Date MoM 1 MoM 2 Result
1 New Zealand v Australia Dunedin 19 March 1986 New Zealand Martin Crowe New Zealand Richard Hadlee  New Zealand won
2 New Zealand v Australia Wellington 26 March 1986 Australia Wayne Phillips Australia Steve Waugh  Australia won
3 India v New Zealand Nagpur 31 October 1987 India Sunil Gavaskar India Chetan Sharma  India won
4 Australia v India Sydney 20 January 1992 Australia David Boon Australia Geoff Marsh  Australia won
5 Pakistan v New Zealand Port Elizabeth 13 December 1994 Pakistan Aqib Javed Pakistan Waqar Younis  Pakistan won
6 Australia v Sri Lanka Sydney 20 January 1996 Australia Mark Taylor Australia Shane Warne  Australia won
7 India v Zimbabwe Centurion 7 February 1997 Zimbabwe Craig Evans Zimbabwe Paul Strang  Zimbabwe won
8 New Zealand v England Auckland 2 March 1997 New Zealand Nathan Astle New Zealand Gavin Larsen  New Zealand won
9 Pakistan v India Sharjah 26 March 2000 Pakistan Inzamam-ul-Haq Pakistan Waqar Younis  Pakistan won
10 New Zealand v Sri Lanka Sharjah 17 April 2001 New Zealand Kyle Mills New Zealand Mathew Sinclair  New Zealand won
11 Pakistan v New Zealand Rawalpindi 7 December 2003 Pakistan Yasir Hameed Pakistan Imran Farhat  Pakistan won
12 South Africa v New Zealand Port Elizabeth 30 November 2007 New Zealand Jamie How New Zealand Brendon McCullum  New Zealand won
13 South Africa v Pakistan Johannesburg 17 March 2013 South Africa Hashim Amla South Africa AB de Villiers  South Africa won
14 New Zealand v Sri Lanka Dunedin 23 January 2015 New Zealand Luke Ronchi New Zealand Grant Elliott  New Zealand won
15 New Zealand v Zimbabwe Harare 4 August 2015 New Zealand Martin Guptill New Zealand Tom Latham  New Zealand won
16 Zimbabwe v Afghanistan Harare 21 February 2017 Zimbabwe Tendai Chatara Zimbabwe Sean Williams  Zimbabwe won
17 Afghanistan v Ireland Greater Noida 10 March 2017 Afghanistan Najeeb Tarakai Afghanistan Rashid Khan  Afghanistan won
18 South Africa v Australia Bloemfontein 4 March 2020 South Africa Lungi Ngidi South Africa Janneman Malan  South Africa won

Until 2018, there have been 14 instances where one player from each team was given the Man of the Match awards in ODI cricket.

# Match Venue Date MoM 1 MoM 2 Result
1 Australia v England Melbourne 1 January 1975 Australia Ian Chappell England Dennis Amiss  England won
2 India v England Pune 5 December 1984 India Dilip Vengsarkar England Mike Gatting  England won
3 Australia v West Indies Sydney 12 February 1985 Australia Allan Border Cricket West Indies Michael Holding  West Indies won
4 India v South Africa Kolkata 10 November 1991 India Sachin Tendulkar South Africa Allan Donald  India won
5 Zimbabwe v Pakistan Harare 22 February 1995 Zimbabwe Bryan Strang Pakistan Saeed Anwar Tied
6 Zimbabwe v England Harare 1 January 1997 Zimbabwe Paul Strang England John Crawley  Zimbabwe won
7 South Africa v India East London 4 February 1997 South Africa Gary Kirsten India Saurav Ganguly  South Africa won
8 West Indies v Australia Georgetown 21 April 1999 Cricket West Indies Mervyn Dillon Australia Steve Waugh Tied
9 South Africa v Australia Johannesburg 12 March 2006 South Africa Herschelle Gibbs Australia Ricky Ponting  South Africa won
10 South Africa v Sri Lanka Georgetown 28 March 2007 South Africa Charl Langeveldt Sri Lanka Lasith Malinga  South Africa won
11 Zimbabwe v Bangladesh Bulawayo 16 August 2009 Zimbabwe Charles Coventry Bangladesh Tamim Iqbal  Bangladesh won
12 England v India London 11 September 2011 England Ravi Bopara India Suresh Raina Tied
13 West Indies v Pakistan Gros Islet 19 July 2013 Cricket West Indies Lendl Simmons Pakistan Misbah-ul-Haq Tied
14 Zimbabwe v Afghanistan Bulawayo 24 October 2015 Zimbabwe Sean Williams Afghanistan Dawlat Zadran  Afghanistan won

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