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2nd ODI: India vs Australia at Vishakapatnam – Statistical Highlights

- S Dhawan and SS Tiwary were capped by India in this game. They became the 188th and 189th cricketers to represent India in one day games. They became the 18th and 19th Indian cricketers to make their one day debut against Australia.

 

- Australia capped JW Hastings and MA Starc were capped by Australia in this game. They became the 184th and 185th cricketers to represent Australia in one day games. They became the 12th and 13th Australian cricketers to make their one day debut against India.

 

- India won the toss and elected to field providing the 19th occasion of India inserting the opposition in one day games.

 

- MJ Clarke and MEK Hussey added 144 runs for the third wicket in this game providing the 45th occasion of a three figure partnership posted by Australian batsman against India. It also provides the seventh occasion of a three figure partnership posted by Australian batsmen against India for the third wicket. The other six occasions are - 100 runs between AR Border and KJ Hughes at Sydney on 15.01.91 : 137 runs between AR Border and DM Jones at Adelaide on 15.12.91 : 110 runs between MG Bevan and ML  Hayden at Bangalore on 25.03.01 : 234* runs between  DR Martyn and RT Ponting at Johannesburg on 23.03.03 : 149* runs between DR Martyn and RT Ponting at Bangalore on 12.11.03  and 157 runs between ML Hayden and DR Martyn at Sydney on 08.02.04.

 

- MJ Clarke and CL White added 129 runs in an unfinished stand for the fourth wicket in this game providing the 46th occasion of a three figure partnership posted by Australian batsman against India. It also provides the sixth occasion of a three figure partnership posted by Australian batsmen against India for the fourth wicket. The other five occasions are - 113 runs between SG Law and SR Waugh at Col-SSC on 06.09.96 : 122 runs between AC Gilchrist and A Symonds at Perth on 01.02.04 : 123 runs between MJ Clarke and A Symonds at Hyd-LBS on 05.10.07 : 102 runs between RT Ponting and A Symonds at Sydney an 24.02.08 and 100 runs between ML Hayden and A Symonds at Sydney on 02.03.08.

 

- These two three figure stands gave an aggregate of 296 three figure partnerships by Australian batsmen in one day games, which put them on par with India who also had 296 three figure partnerships at the end of Australia's innings. However, India went ahead of Australia with the 137 runs partnership between V Kohli and Yuvraj Singh for the third wicket to have 297 three figure partnerships at the end of the match, India owns the record for most three figure partnerships at the end of this match - 297.

 

- SE Marsh failed to open the account in this game to provide the 52nd occasion of an Australian batsman scoring a duck against India. His duck in this game provides the tenth occasion of an Australian batsman scoring a duck against India in one day games.

 

- MJ Clarke {111*}, MEK Hussey {69} and CL White {89*} scored fifties in this game to provide the 145th, 146th and 147th occasion of an Australian batsman scoring a fifty in one day games against India. It also provides the 13th occasion of three or more Australian batsmen scoring fifties in an innings against India.

 

- MJ Clarke's 111 not out in this game provide the 27th occasion of an Australian batsman scoring a hundred against India in one day games.

 

- MJ Clarke's 111 not out in this game provide the 156th occasion of a captain scoring a hundred in one day games. This knock represents the 33rd occasion of an Australian captain scoring a hundred in one day games.

 

- MJ Clarke's 111 not out in this game represent his second hundred while captaining Australia, the first occasion being 100 not out against Pakistan at Abu Dhabi on 01.05.09.

 

- MJ Clarke's 111 not out in this game represent his fifth one day hundred. Others are - 130 vs India at Bangalore on 29.09.07 : 105* vs Zimbabwe at Harare on 29.05.04 : 103* vs Pakistan at Sydney on 23.01.05 and 100* vs Pakistan at Abu Dhabi on 01.05.09.

 

- MEK Hussey's 69 in this game represents his 32nd half century and 34th fifty, while CL White's 89 not out represents his 11th half century and 13th fifty.

 

MJ Clarke's 111 not out in this game represent the 158th occasion of a batsman scoring a hundred against India in one day games. It also represents the fifth occasion of an Australian captain scoring a hundred against India in one day games. The other four are - 105 by MA Taylor at Bangalore on 21.10.96 : 140* by RT Ponting at Jo'burg on 22.03.03 : 108* by RT Ponting at Bangalore on 12.11.03 and 124 by RT Ponting at Sydney on 24.02.08.

 

- R Vinay kumar conceded 71 runs in this game to provide the 64th occasion of an Indian bowler conceding 70 plus runs in an innings in one day games. His figures of none for 71 represent the 24th occasion of an Indian bowler conceding 100 plus runs without capturing a wicket.

 

- R Vinay kumar conceded 71 runs in this game to provide the eleventh occasion of an Indian bowler conceding 70 plus runs in an innings against Australia in one day games. His figures of none for 71 represent the sixth occasion of an Indian bowler conceding 100 plus runs without capturing a wicket against Australia. The other five occasions are - none for 87 by J Srinath at Jo'burg on 22.03.03 : none for 80 by A Nehra at Bangalore on 12.11.03 : none for 73 at Sydney on 24.02.08 : none for 77 by Praveen Kumar at Vadodara on 25.10.09 and none for 73 by MM Patel at Hyd-RGS on 05.11.09.

 

- S Dhawan failed to open his account on his one day debut in this game. He became the 163rd batsman in the history of one day games to collect a duck on his one day debut. S Dhawan became the 17th Indian batsman to suffer such an ignominy. He is the third Indian batsman to score a duck on debut against Australia.  The other two are - RMH Binny who had failed to open his account at Melbourne on 06.12.80 and AK Patel at New Delhi on 28.09.84.

 

- SK Dhawan collected his "two ball debut duck" in this game to become the fourth Indian batsman to suffer from such an ignominy. The other three are - BS Bedi vs England at Leeds on 13.07.74 : SR Tendulkar vs Pakistan at Gujranwala on 18.12.89 and GK Pandey vs Pakistan at Jaipur on 24.03.99.

 

- V Kohli and Yuvraj Singh added 137 runs for the third wicket in this game providing the 40th occasion of Indian batsmen posting a three figure partnership against Australia. This stand also represents the eighth occasion of Indian batsmen posting a three figure partnership against Australia for the third wicket. The other seven occasions are - 115 runs between SM Gavaskar and RJ Shastri at Indore on 06.10.84 : 102 runs between SM Gavaskar and DB Vengsarkar at Melbourne on 31.01.86 : 102 runs between R Lamba and DB Vengsarkar at Delhi on 02.10.86 : 102 runs between SV Manjrekar and SR Tendulkar at Hobart on 10.12.91 : 120 runs between M Azharuddin and SR Tendulkar at Sharjah on 24.04.99 : 140 runs between R Dravid and SR Tendulkar at Dhaka on 28.10.98 and 133 runs R Dravid and VVS Laxman at Brisbane on 18.01.04. 

 

- V Kohli and Yuvraj Singh added 137 runs for the third wicket in this game providing the second best stand for the third wicket by Indian batsmen against Australia. The best is the 140 runs stand between R Dravid and SR Tendulkar at Dhaka on 28.10.98.

 

- S Dhawan and MS Dhoni failed to open their accounts this game to provide the 69th and 70th occasion of an Indian batsman scoring a duck against Australia.

 

- MS Dhoni's duck in this game provide the fifth occasion of an Indian captain scoring a duck against Australia in one day games. Others are - N Kapil Dev at Sydney on 05.02.86 : M Azharuddin at Dhaka on 28.10.98 : A Jadeja at Col-SSC on 28.08.99 and SC Ganguly at Indore on 31.03.01.

 

- MS Dhoni collected the first ball duck in this game providing the 88th occasion of a captain scoring a first ball duck in one day games. It also provides the 14th occasion of an Indian captain to suffer from such an ignominy. The break up of 14 occasions read thus - SM Gavaskar {01} : N Kapil Dev {03} : M Azharuddin {04} : SC Ganguly {04} : R Dravid {01} and MS Dhoni {01}.

 

- MS Dhoni is the second Indian captain to be dismissed for a first ball duck against Australia. N Kapil Dev is the other captain. He got his first ball duck at Sydney on 05.02.86.

 

- MS Dhoni scored his first duck while leading India in one day games when he failed to open his account in this game. It was also his sixth duck of his one day career. The other five are - vs Bangladesh at Chittagong on 23.12.04: vs Sri Lanka at Ahmedabad on 06.11.05: vs Bangladesh at Trinidad on 17.03.07: vs Sri Lanka at Trinidad on 23.03.07 and vs South Africa at Belfast on 29.06.07.

 

- V Kohli's 118 in this game provide the 177th occasion of an Indian batsman scoring a hundred in one day games, His knock also provide the 25th occasion of an Indian batsman scoring a hundred against Australia.

 

- V Kohli's 118 in this game represent his third hundred in one day games. The other two are - 107 vs Sri Lanka at Kolkata on 24.12.09 and 102* vs Bangladesh at Dhaka on 11.01.10. Thus his 118 in this game represents his highest individual score in one day games.

 

- V Kohli {118}, Yuvraj Singh {58} and SK Raina {71 not out} scored fifties in this game providing the 122nd, 123rd and 124th occasion of Indian batsmen scoring fifties against Australia. It also provides the eighth occasion of three or more Indian batsmen scoring fifties in an innings against Australia.

 

- This match contained six fifties - three each by Indian and Australian batsmen - providing the very first occasion of a match with six fifties in India-Australia one day series. It also provides the 37th occasion of match containing six or more fifties in the history of one day internationals.

 

- Yuvraj Singh's 58 in this game represent his 44th one day half century and 56th fifty. SK Raina's 71 not out represents his 16th one day half century and 19th fifty.

 

- MJ Clarke's 111 not out in this game provide the 41st occasion of a batsman scoring 111 ar 111 not out in one day games. It also provides the tenth occasion of an Australian batsman scoring 111 or 111 not out in one day games.

 

- DC Boon {111 at Jaipur on 07.09.86}, ML Hayden {111 at Vishakapanam on 03.04.11}, AC Gilchrist {111 at Banglaore on 12.11.03} and MJ Clarke {111 not out at Vishakapatnam on 28,10.10 are the four Australian batsmen who have scored 111 or 111 not out against India in one day games.

 

- MJ Clarke's 111 not out in this game was in a losing cause providing the 26th occasion of an Australian batsman's hundred going in vain. It also provides the fifth occasion of an Australian batsman's hundred in a losing cause against India. The other four are - 104 by GR Marsh at Jaipur on 07.09.86 : 111 by DC Boon at Jaipur on 07.09.86 : 105 by MA Taylor at Bangalore on 21.10.96 and 109 by ML Hayden at Brisbane on 18.01.04, Thus MJ Clarke's 111 not out provides the highest score by an Australian batsman in a losing cause against India.

 

- MJ Clarke's 111 not out in this game was in a losing cause providing the 39th occasion of a captain's hundred going in vain in the history of one day internationals. It also provides the sixth occasion of an Australian captain's hundred in a losing cause. The other five are - 108 by GS Chappell vs New Zealand at Auckland on 13.02.82 : 105 by MA Taylor vs India at Bangalore on 21.10.96 : 164 by RT Ponting vs South Africa at Jo'burg on 12.03.06 : 109* by MEK Hussey vs West Indies at Kuala Lampur on 18.09.06 and 105 by MEK Hussey vs New Zealand at Auckland on 18.02.07.

 

- MJ Clarke's 111 not out in this game was in a losing cause providing the second occasion of a captain's hundred going in vain against India. The other occasion was at Bangalore on 21.10.96, when MA Taylor's 105 went in vain.

 

- MS Dhoni became the 19th captain in the history of one day games to win 50 plus one day games. Vizag victory by five wickets against Australia was his 50th one day win. He is the third Indian captain to win 50 plus one day games. Others are - M Azharuddin {90} and SC Ganguly {76}.

 

- At the end of this game, head to head count between the two teams read thus - Played - 104 : won by India - 35 : won by Australia - 61 : No result games - 08.

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