• - Harbhajan Singh and Sreesanth added 105 runs for the tenth wicket in this Test to provide the 20th occasion of a three figure partnership for the tenth wicket in the annals of Test cricket.

     

    - Harbhajan Singh and Sreesanth added 105 runs for the tenth wicket in this Test to provide the third occasion of a three figure partnership for the tenth wicket by Indian batsmen in the annals of Test cricket. The other two occasions are - 109 runs between HR Adhikari and Ghulam Ahmed vs Pakistan at Delhi in Oct 1952 and 133 runs between SR Tendulkar and Zaheer Khan vs Bangladesh at Dhaka in Dec 2004.

     

    - Harbhajan Singh and Sreesanth added 105 runs for the tenth wicket in this Test is the second best stand for the tenth wicket at home, the best being - 109 runs between HR Adhikari and Ghulam Ahmed vs Pakistan at Delhi in Oct 1952.

     

    - Harbhajan Singh scored 111 not out in this Test provide the 65th occasion of a batsman at number eight scoring hundred in the annals of Test cricket.

     

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  • - R Dravid-SR Tendulkar partnership has realized 6182 runs from 124 partnerships at the end of the third day of this Test. Now they are exactly 300 short of the record for most partnership runs in the annals of Test cricket - 6482 runs held by CG Greenidge and DL Haynes from 148 innings.

     

    - R Dravid completed 9300 runs while batting at number three when he was on 39 during his innings of 45 in this Test.

     

    - SR Tendulkar and R Dravid have an aggregate of 1471 and 1468 runs against New Zealand at the end of India's first innings. They need 29 and 32 runs respectively to total 1500 runs.

     

    - VVS Laxman completed 800 runs against New Zealand when he was on 68 during his knock of 74 in this Test, His aggregate at the end of India's first innings stood at 806. He became the third Indian batsman to amass 800 plus runs against New Zealand. Other two are - SR Tendulkar {1471} and R Dravid {1468}.

     

    - G Gambhir {54}, V Sehwag {96}, VVS Laxman {74} and Harbhajan Singh {85 not out} scored

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  • - Harbhajan Singh captured his 250th wicket at home when he claimed the wicket of JD Ryder caught by VVS Laxman for 70 in this Test. At the end of the New Zealand first innings, his aggregate of wickets at home stood at 253. He became the second Indian bowler to capture 350 wickets at home.

     

    - Harbhajan Singh became the fifth bowler in the annals of Test cricket to capture 250 wickets at home. The five bowlers are - M Muralitharan of Sri Lanka {493}, A Kumble of India {350}, SK Warne of Australia {319}, GD McGrath of Australia {289} and Harbhajan Singh of India {253}.

     

    - Harbhajan Singh's and Zaheer Khan's tally of wickets stood at 38 and 35 at the end of the New Zealand's first innings. Bowlers who have captured 35 plus wickets against New Zealand are - BS Bedi {57}, EAS Prasanna {55}, A Kumble {50}, S Venkataraghavan {44}, Harbhajan Singh {38}, BS Chandrashekhar {36} and Zaheer Khan {35}.

     

    - MS Dhoni effected 25th stumping of his Test career when he stumped TG Southee of

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