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Fifth ODI – England vs India at Cardiff

Fifth one
day - England vs India at Cardiff on 16.09.11: England won by six wickets under
DLM

 

This was the
farewell game for R Dravid in one day Internationals. He scored a fifty in this
game - 69. His knock game gave him the distinction of becoming the 50th
batsman in the annals of one day games to score a fifty in his farewell game.
He became the sixth Indian batsman to accomplish the feat. The complete list
read thus

 

No

Batsmen

Runs

Opposition

Ground

Date

1

S Abid Ali

70

v New Zealand

Manchester

14 Jun 1975

2

S Amarnath

62

v Pakistan

Sahiwal

03 Nov 1978

3

GK Khoda

89

v Kenya

Bangalore

20 May 1998

4

A Jadeja

93

v Pakistan

Dhaka

03 Jun 2000

5

S Sriram

57

v Bangladesh

Dhaka

26 Dec 2004

6

R Dravid

69

v England

Cardiff

16 Sep 2011

 

He also
added 170 runs for the third wicket with V Kohli providing the 314th
century partnership posted by Indian batsmen against various oppositions.  This stand also represents the 62nd
occasion of Indian batsmen posting a three figure partnership for the third
wicket against various oppositions.

 

R Dravid and
V Kohli added 170 runs for the third wicket in this game providing the 35th
occasion of a century stand by Indian batsmen against England in one
day games. This stand also represents the sixth occasion of Indian batsmen
posting a three figure partnership for the third wicket against various
oppositions. The six occasions are listed below

 

No

Partners

Wkt

Runs

Opposition

Ground

Start Date

1

C Sharma, NS
Sidhu

3

105

v England

Kanpur

25 Oct 1989

2

M Azharuddin, NS
Sidhu

3

175

v England

Gwalior

04 Mar 1993

3

SK Raina,
Yuvraj Singh

3

115

v England

Indore

15 Apr 2006

4

R Dravid, SC
Ganguly

3

104

v England

Birmingham

27 Aug 2007

5

V Kohli, PA
Patel

3

103

v England

Ch-le-St

03 Sep 2011

6

R Dravid, V
Kohli

3

170

v England

Cardiff

16 Sep 2011

 

R Dravid and
V Kohli added 170 runs for the third wicket in this game providing the record
partnership by Indian batsmen against England
in one day games for any wicket against England
in England.
The previous best was 169 runs partnership for the fourth wicket between R
Dravid and SR Tendulkar at Ch-le-St on 04.07.02 and 169 for the fifth wicket
between SK Raina and MS Dhoni at Lord's on 11.09.11

 

R Dravid and
V Kohli added 170 runs for the third wicket in this game providing the second
partnership by Indian batsmen against England
in one day games for the third wicket against England
in England.
The best partnership is - 175 runs partnership between M Azharuddin and NS
Sidhu at Gwalior
on 04.03.93

 

MS Dhoni {50
not out} and AN Cook {50} scored fifties in this game providing the sixth
occasion of rival captains scoring fifties in England-India in one day game.
Their feat provide the 112th occasion of rival captains scoring
fifties in the annals of one day games

MS Dhoni {50
not out} and AN Cook {50} scored fifties in this game providing the first  occasion of rival captains scoring exact fifties
in the annals of one day game.

 

MS Dhoni's
50 not out in this game provide the 26th occasion of an Indian
captain scoring a fifty against England.
His knock represents his fourth fifty and he became the fourth Indian captain
to score four or more fifties against England. Others are - M Azharuddin
{06}, SC Ganguly {05} and R Dravid {04}

 

AN Cook
scored 50 in this game to provide the 15th occasion of an England captain scoring a fifty against India.
His knock represents his second fifty as captain against India. He
became the fifth England
captain to score two or more fifties against India. Others are - PD Collingwood
{02}, N Hussain {02}, KP Pietersen {02} and AJ
Strauss {02}

 

India posted 304
for 6 in this game providing the seventh occasion of India
posting a total of 300 plus runs against England in one day games. It also
provides the 392nd occasion of a team posting 300 plus runs in the annals
of one day games. This total provides the 63rd occasion of India posting a
total of 300 plus runs in one day games. It also represents the 27th
occasion of a team posting a total of 300 plus runs in one day games against England.

 

India lost this game after posting a total of 300 plus runs
providing the 60th occasion of a team losing the game after posting
300 plus runs. It was India's
12th loss after posting 300 plus runs in a one day game. India holds the
record of losing most matches after posting 300 plus runs in a won day game

 

India lost this game after posting a total of 300 plus runs
providing the 37th occasion of a team losing the game after posting
300 plus runs after batting first in a one day game.  This loss provides the seventh occasion of India
losing a game after it had posted 300 plus runs while batting first in a one
day game.

 

India's seven losses is a record for a team losing most games after
it has posted 300 plus runs while batting first in a one day game. Prior to
this loss, India and England shared
this record with six losses each.

 

India lost this game after posting 300 plus runs under DL Method
providing the fifth occasion of a team losing a game after posting 300 plus
runs under DL Method. The five occasions are listed below

 

No

Team

Score

Team

Score

Ground

Date

Result of
the match

1

RSA

306-06

NZl

229-01

Jo'burg

16.02.03

RSA

Lost by

009 wkts

2

Ind

328-10

Pak

311-07

Peshawar

06.02.06

Ind

Lost by

011 runs

3

Ind

309-05

Win

141-02

K ampur

14.09.06

Ind

Lost by

029 runs

4

Win

309-05

Ind

200-01

Rajkot

12.11.02

Win

Lost by

131 runs

5

Ind

304-06

Eng

241-04

Cardiff

16.09.11

Ind

Lost by

006 wkts

 

V Kohli was
dismissed hit wicket after scoring 107 in this game. He became the first
batsman to be dismissed hit wicket with a hundred to his credit in the annals
of one day games. His dismissal provides the 55th occasion of a
batsman dismissed hit wicket in the annals of one day games.

 

V Kohli was
dismissed hit wicket after scoring 107 in this game. He became the third
batsman to be dismissed hit wicket with a fifty to his credit in the annals of
one day games. Others are - V Sibanda of Zimbabwe
for 67 vs Ireland at Kingston on 15.03.07 and AL Logie of West Indies for 60 vs
Australia at Melbourne on 10.02.85

 

V Kohli
scored 107 in this game providing the 1153rd hundred in the annals
of one day games. His knock represents the 188th hundred by Indian
batsmen in one day games. It also represents the 13th hundred by an
Indian batsman against England
in one day games.

 

V Kohli's
107 in this game represent the 97th hundred by a batsman against England in one day games and also represent the
36th hundred by a batsman against England
in England.

 

V Kohli's
107 in this game was in a losing cause providing the 284th occasion
of a batsman's hundred going in vain in the annals of one day games. It also
provides the 53rd occasion of an Indan batsman's hundred in a losing
cause. It also provides the fourth occasion of an Indian batsman's hundred
going in vain against England.
Other occasions are - 105 by DB Vengsarkar at Pune on 05.12.84, 102 by RJ
Shastri at Cuttack on 27.12.84 and 100* by VG Kambli at Jaipur on 18.01.93

 

Thus V
Kohli's 107 which went in vain not only provides the highest score by an Indian
batsman in a losing cause against England in one day games, but also represents
the first hundred going in vain by an Indian batsman against England in
England.

 

JW Dernbach
returned with figures of 2 for 73 in this game providing the tenth occasion of
an England bowler conceding
seventy plus runs in a one day game against India. It also provide the 46th
occasion of an England bowler conceding seventy plus runs in a one day game
against various oppositions.

 

V Kohli's
107 in this game represent his sixth one day hundred. Other five hundreds are -
118 vs Australia at Vizag on 20.10.10, 107 vs Sri Lanka at Kolkata on 24.12.09,
105 vs New Zealand at Guwahati on 28.11.10, 102* vs Bangladesh at Dhaka on
11.01.10 and 100* vs Bangladesh at Dhaka on 19.02.11

 

R Dravid
ended his one day career with an aggregate of 950 boundary fours, He is the
ninth batsman in the annals of one day games to have an aggregate of 950 plus
boundary fours. Others are - SR Tendulkar {1981}, ST Jayasuriya {1500}, RT
Ponting {1218}, AC Gilchrist {1162}, SC Ganguly {1122}, V Sehwag {1068}, BC
Lara {1035} and Inzamam-ul-Haq {971}

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