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India in England ODI Series, 2014

Batting Stats

Bowling Stats

Name Team Matches Runs HS SR Avg 50s 100s
Suresh Raina India 2 142 100 71.00 121.36 1 0
Ajinkya Rahane India 2 86 45 43.00 83.49 0 0
Alex Hales England 2 82 42 41.00 69.49 0 0
Ambati Rayudu India 1 64 64* - 82.05 0 1
Alastair Cook England 2 63 44 31.50 64.28 0 0

Records includes the following current or recent matches:
England v India at Trent Bridge, 3rd ODI, Aug 31, 2014 [Report]   [Stats]
England v India at Cardiff, 2nd ODI, Aug 27, 2014 [Report]   [Stats]
England v India at Bristol, 1st ODI, Aug 25, 2014 [Report]

Tuesday, 19 March 2013

Dream come true: Man of the Match Shikhar Dhawan

Shikhar-Dhawan

Man of the Match at Mohali, Shikhar Dhawan said it was dream come true to score a century in his maiden Test match and help India score a series-clinching victory against the mighty Australians. The Delhi batsman scored the fastest (85-ball 100) century in Test cricket on debut and went on to score 187 runs as India piled up a mammoth 499 in the first innings in a match reduced to four days by rain.

"It was a dream come true moment for me. I was nervous for the first three-four balls but I played my natural game once I found my rhythm," Dhawan said during the post-match chat with Ravi Shastri on Monday evening.

"I will cherish this match for the rest of my life. A century and Indian victory is special," he said, adding his 289-run opening wicket partnership with Murali Vijay was "special."

"Vijay was very cool and that helped me play my game," Dhawan said, adding: "I wanted to stay in the middle as long as possible and not throw my wicket away. My plans worked very well," the left-handed batsman said.

Dhawan didn't bat in the Indian second innings after suffering a finger injury. "It's a bruise and I am getting treatment for it," he said, not very sure if he will be fit for the fourth Test starting in Delhi on Friday.

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