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Monday, 21 October 2013

India vs Australia Star Sports 3rd ODI 2013 - Stats Highlights


Mitchell Johnson – with the wicket of Suresh Raina – became the most successful overseas bowler on Indian soil in ODIs. The wicket put him ahead of Sri Lanka’s Muttiah Muralitharan’s tally of 38 wickets. By the end of Indian innings, Johnson had extended his tally of wickets to 42. (Also Read: India vs Australia Star Sports 3rd ODI 2013 - Report)
Yuvraj Singh recorded his second golden duck at his home ground. In the 2011 World Cup match against Pakistan he was bowled by Wahab Riaz off his very first ball. In five innings here he has managed only 49 runs at an average of 9.80.
Virat Kohli (68) made his fourth consecutive score of 50 or more. This is the third time Kohli has scored fifties in four consecutive innings. He had also done so in 2010 and 2012. Kohli thus became the third batsman to score four or more consecutive fifties three times, after Mark Waugh and Sachin Tendulkar.
MS Dhoni (139*) scored his ninth ODI hundred – sixth as captain. Interestingly, it was the first hundred by any Indian batsman at Mohali, obliterating Sachin Tendulkar’s 99 against Pakistan in 2007.
Dhoni’s innings is now the highest by any batsman at Mohali, beating South Africa’s AB de Villiers’ 134 against Netherlands in the 2011 World Cup.
Dhoni’s innings is also the highest by a captain against Australia in all ODIs. He bettered his own 124 at Nagpur in 2009.
During his innings Dhoni completed his 5000 runs as captain. He became the third Indian – after Mohammad Azharuddin and Sourav Ganguly – and seventh captain overall to do so. Dhoni is the quickest among the seven, taking only 127 innings to accomplish this feat. Ganguly held the previous record with 136 innings.
The 155 runs added by India after the fall of the fifth wicket in this match are the second most by the Men in Blue against Australia in ODIs for the last five wickets.
Brad Haddin became the third Australian wicketkeeper to effect five dismissals in a match against India, after Adam Gilchrist and Mathew Wade. Gilchrist has done so on three occasions.
This was the second time Haddin got five dismissals in an ODI. The earlier such instance was against Pakistan at Perth in 2010. Haddin thus became the third Australian ‘keeper to do it two or more times in ODIs, after Gilchrist and Wade. Incidentally, Gilchrist has 12 such instances against his name – most for any wicketkeeper in ODIs.
Ishant Sharma was carted for 30 runs by James Faulkner in the 48th over of Australian innings. He now shares the dubious record of conceding most runs in one over by an Indian bowler. Yuvraj Singh had also gone for 30 runs against England at the Oval in 2007 (Dimitri Mascarenhas hit him for five sixes).
Australia’s 304 for six is their highest successful run-chase against India in ODIs. Their previous best was 269 for six at Margoa in 2001.
James Faulkner's six sixes during his knock are the second most by a No.8 batsman in an ODI innings. Abdul Razzaq holds the record with seven sixes in his innings of 76 against Zimbabwe in Sharjah in 2003.
source: bcci.tv


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