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5th ODI: West Indies vs India

Fifth ODI : West Indies vs India at Kingston on 16.06.11 : West Indies won by seven wickets

 

West Indies inserted the opposition in this game and won the game providing the 15th occasion of West Indies doing so against India.

 

V Kohli scored 94 in this game to provide the 446th occasion of a batsman scoring a ninety in the history of one day games. His knock provides the 76th occasion of an Indian batsman scoring a ninety against various oppositions.

 

V Kohli’s 94 provide the 48th occasion of a batsman scoring a ninety against West Indies and also the 12th occasion of an Indian batsman scoring a ninety against West Indies.

 

V Kohli’s 94 in this game was in a losing cause providing the 150th occasion of a batsman’s ninety going in vain in the history of one day games. His knock also provides the 29th occasion of an Indian batsman’s ninety going in vain.

 

V Kohli’s 94 in this game was in a losing cause providing the ninth occasion of an Indian batsman’s ninety going in vain against West Indies. The other eight occasions are – 95 byWV Raman at Rajkot on 05.01.88, 94* by SS Dighe at Harare on 07.07.01, 95 by AB Agarkar at Jamshedpur on 06.11.02, 99 by VVS Laxman at Nagpur on 09.11.02, 93 by Yuvraj Singh at Kingston on 20.05.06, 97 by V Sehwag at Basseterre on 23.05.06, 95 by V Sehwag at Port of Spain on 28.05.06 and 95 by MS Dhoni at Kingston on 28.06.09

 

Out of the captioned nine occasions, three occasions are at Kingston, Kingston has witnessed three Indian batsman scoring nineties against India - 93 by Yuvraj Singh on 20.05.06, 95 by MS Dhoni on 28.06.09 and 94 by V Kohli on 16.06.11

 

V Kohli {94} and RG Sharma {57} scored fifties in this game providing the 124th and 125th occasion of Indian batsman scoring fifties against West Indies. These two knocks also represent the 107th and 108th occasion of Indian batsmen scoring half centuries against West Indies

 

V Kohli’s 94 in this game represent second ninety of his one day career. He had made 91 vs Bangladesh at Dhaka on 07.01.10.

 

V Kohli’s 94 represent his 15th one day half century and 20th fifty, while RG Sharma’s 57 represent his eighth one day half century and tenth fifty.

 

SK Raina, A Mishra and I Sharma failed to open their accounts in this game providing the 67th, 68th and 69th occasion of an Indian batsman scoring a duck against West Indies

 

SK Raina’s duck in this game provide the fifth occasion of an Indian captain scoring a duck against West Indies in one day game. The other four occasions are - N Kapil Dev at Port of Spain on 09.03.83, SR Tendulkar at Singapore on 08.09.99, R Dravid at Basaterre on 23.05.06 and R Dravid at Kuala Lampur on 20.09.06

 

A Mishra collected the first ball duck in this game providing the 20th occasion of an Indian batsman scoring a first ball duck against West Indies.

 

SK Raina, A Mishra and I Sharma failed to open their accounts in this game providing the fourth occasion of three Indian batsmen scoring a ducks in a game against West Indies. The other three occasions were - at Kingstown on 30.04.97, at Kuala Lumpur on 20.09.06 and at Kingston on 28.06.09

 

V Kohli was run out for 94 in this game providing the 42nd occasion of a batsman run out after scoring a ninety in the history of one day internationals. His dismissal provides the sixth occasion of an Indian batsman run out for a ninety. Others are - SM Gavaskar for 90 vs West Indies at Albion on 29.03.83, M Azharuddin for 93 vs Australia at Brisbane on 01.03.92, SC Ganguly for 97 vs South Africa at Hove on 15.05.99, SC Ganguly for 98 vs West Indies at Nagpur on 21.01.97 and SR Tendulkar for 99 vs South Africa at Belfast on 26.06.07

 

V Kohli’s run out for 94 provide the third occasion of an Indian batsman to be dismissed run out for ninety against West Indies. The other two occasions are - SM Gavaskar for 90 at Albion on 29.03.83 and SC Ganguly for 98 at Nagpur on 21.01.97.

 

India was all out for 251 in this game providing the 34th occasion of being dismissed all out in an innings against West Indies. India’s 251 all out in this game provide the fourth occasion of India being dismissed all out for a total in excess of 250 plus runs against West Indies. The other three occasions are – 268 at Chennai on 27.01.07, 268 at Chennai on 20.03.11 and 260 at Port of Spain on 02.06.02

 

AD Russell captured 4 for 35 in this game to provide the 26th occasion of a West Indian bowler capturing four or more wickets against India in one day games. His figures represent the 146th occasion of a West Indian bowler capturing four or more wickets against various oppositions. His figures provide the 147th occasion of a bowler capturing four or more wickets against India in one day games.

 

AD Russell’s 4 for 35 in this game provide the eleventh occasion of a bowler capturing four or more wickets against India in West Indies and also the tenth occasion of a West Indian bowler capturing four or more wickets against India in West Indies.

 

RR Sarwan was retired {not out} hurt for 75 in this game providing the 70th occasion of a batsman retired {not out} hurt in the annals of one day games. It also provides the 22nd occasion of a batsman retired {not out} hurt after scoring a fifty in the annals of one day games

 

RR Sarwan was retired {not out} hurt for 75 in this game providing the fourth occasion of a West Indies batsman retired {not out} hurt after scoring a fifty against various oppositions. The other three occasions are - 88* - BC Lara vs Pakistan at Melbourne on 23.02.92, 57* - SC Chanderpaul vs South Africa at Jaipur on 02.11.06 and 58* - CH Gayle vs Zimbabwe at Harare on 02.12.07

 

RR Sarwan was retired {not out} hurt for 75 in this game providing the ninth occasion of a s batsman retired {not out} hurt after scoring a fifty against India in one day games. RR Sarwan became the first West Indian batsman to perform such a feat against India.

 

DM Bravo was dismissed stumped for 86 in this game providing the 121st occasion of a West Indian batsman dismissed in such a manner against various oppositions and also the 20th occasion of a West Indian batsman dismissed stumped after scoring a fifty against various oppositions

 

DM Bravo’s stumped dismissal for 86 in this game provides the 46th occasion of a batsman dismissed in such a manner after scoring a fifty against India and also the seventh occasion of a West Indian batsman dismissed in such a manner after scoring fifty against India. The other six occasions are – CG Greenidge for 63 at Vadodara on 09.11.83, DL Haynes for 54 at Indore on 01.12.83, CG Greendige for 84 at Trivandrum on 25.01.88, BC Lara for 89 at Cuttack on 09.11.94, SL Campbell for 62 at Toronto on 11.09.99 and LMP Simmons for 53 at Port of Spain on 08.06.11

 

RR Sarwan and DM Bravo added 103 runs in an unfinished stand for the third wicket in this game providing the 34th occasion of a century stand by West Indian batsman against India. This stand also represents the fifth occasion of a three figure partnership by West Indian batsman for the third wicket against India.

 

RR Sarwan and DM Bravo added 103 runs in an unfinished stand for the third wicket in this game providing the eighth occasion of a century stand by West Indian batsman against India in West Indies This stand also represents the first occasion of a three figure partnership by West Indian batsman for the third wicket against India in West Indies thus constituting a record stand for the third wicket. The previous best was – 85 runs stand between CH Gayle and RR Sarwan at Basseterre on 23.05.06

 

At the end of this game V Kohli’s boundary fours aggregate in one day games read 203. He became the 19th Indian batsman to total 200 plus boundary fours in one day games.

 

At the end of this game RG Sharma’s boundary fours aggregate in one day games read 101. He became the 28th Indian batsman to total 100 plus boundary fours in one day games.

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