• - V Sehwag's six of MG Johnson in this Test gave him an aggregate of 80 sixes in his career. His 80 sixes include a six he scored representing ICC World Eleven against Australia at Sydney in Oct 2005.


    - With 80 sixes to his credit, V Sehwag became the seventh batsman in the annals of Test cricket to score 80 plus sixes. Others are - AC Gilchrist {100}, BC Lara {88}, CL Cairns {87}, IVA Richards {87}, A Flintoff {82} and ML Hayden {82}.


    - M Vijay and SR Tendulkar added 308 runs for the third wicket in this game to provide the 81st occasion of Indian batsmen posting a three figure partnership against Australia. This stand also provides the 15th occasion of Indian batsmen posting a three figure partnership for the third wicket against Australia.


    - M Vijay and SR Tendulkar added 308 runs for the third wicket in this game to provide the 79h occasion of SR Tendulkar becoming a partner in three figure partnerships. The break up wicket wise read thus - First wicket - 01 : Second wicket -

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  • - GC Smith's T20I aggregate at the end of this match stood at 907. He became the third batsman in T20Is to total 900 plus runs. Others are – BB McCullum {1100} and KP Pietersen {911}.


    - GC Smith's boundary fours aggregate at the end of this game stood at 115. He now owns the record of most boundary fours in T20Is. He went post BB McCullum's 112 boundary fours on his way to the record.


    - JP Duminy's 96 not out in this game provide the eight occasion of a batsman scoring an individual ninety in T20Is. The other occasions are – 98* by RT Ponting of Australia vs New Zealand at Auckland on 17.02.05, 96 by DR Martyn of Australia vs South Africa at  Brisbane on 09.01.06, 90* by HH Gibbs of South Africa vs West Indies at Johannesburg on 11.09.07, 96* by TM Dilshan of Sri Lanka vs West Indies at The Oval on 19.06.09, 94 by LL Bosman of South Africa vs England at Centurion on 15.11.09, 98* by DPMD Jayawardene of Sri Lanka vs West Indies at Bridgetown on 07.05.10 and 98 by CH Gayle of West

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  • - SR Tendulkar completed 14000 runs in test cricket when he executed a backfoot cover drive of N Hauritz {fourth delivery of 27th over} to take his score from 25 to 29 and his aggregate from 13998 to 14002. He became the first batsman in the annals of test cricket to reach the 14000 runs land mark. At the end of the second day's play he has an aggregate of 14017 runs. His performance with country wise break up is furnished below:


    - 2928 runs vs  Australia from 31 tests : 820 runs vs Bangladesh from 07 tests : 2150 runs vs England from 24 tests : 1406 runs vs New Zealand from 24 tests : 1057 runs vs Pakistan from 18 tests : 1415 runs vs South Africa from 22 tests : 1995 runs vs Sri Lanka from 25 tests : 1328 runs vs West Indies from 16 tests : 918 runs vs Zimbabwe from 09 tests.


    - His 14017 runs have come from 171 tests, 279 innings of which 30 were not outs. His highest score is 248 not out and has an average of 56.29 runs per innings. He has scored 48 centuries and 57 half

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