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Match No 42 : India vs West Indies

West Indies capped KA Edwards for this game. He became the 194th cricketer to make his one day debut in the world cup and the ninth West Indian cricketer to do so.

R Ashwin of India and R Rampaul of West Indies were making their world cup debut in this game.

India was all out for 268 in this game providing the 24th occasion of India dismissed all out in the world cup - a record for most occasions of a team all out in the world cup.

V Kohli and Yuvraj Singh added 122 runs for the third wicket in this game to provide the 209th occasion of a century partnership in the world cup. This stand represents the 57th occasion of a three figure partnership for the third wicket in the world cup.

V Kohli and Yuvraj Singh added 122 runs for the third wicket in this game to provide the 24th occasion of a century partnership by Indian batsmen in the world cup. This stand represents the fifth occasion of a three figure partnership for the third wicket in the world cup. The other four occasion are – 175 runs between SR Tendulkar and M Azharuddin vs Sri Lanka at Delhi on 02.03.96: 237* runs between SR Tendulkar and R Dravid vs Kenya at Bristol on 23.05.99: 102 runs between SR Tendulkar and M Kaif vs Pakistan at Centurion on 01.03.03 and 203 runs between V Sehwag and V Kohli vs Bangladesh at Dhaka on 19.02.11.

Yuvraj Singh scored 113 in this game to provide the 123rd occasion of a century in the world cup. His knock provides the 20th occasion of Indian batsmen scoring a hundred in the world cup.

India's 20 hundreds stand next to Australia's 21 hundreds in the world cup. India and Australia are the only two teams to score 20 or more hundreds in the world cup.

Yuvraj Singh's 113 in this game represent his 13th one day hundred and his first in the world cup. It also represents his 61st fifty.

V Kohli scored 59 in this game which represent his 13th one day half century and 18th fifty.

R Rampaul's 5 for 51 in this game provide the 159th occasion of a bowler capturing four or more wickets in the world cup. His figures represent the 18th occasion of a West
Indian bowler capturing four or more wickets in the world cup.

R Rampaul's 5 for 51 in this game provide the 46th occasion of a bowler capturing five or more wickets in the world cup. His figures represent the sixth occasion of a West
Indian bowler capturing five or more wickets in the world cup. The other five occasions are – 5 for 38 by J Garner vs England at Lord’s on 23.06.79: 7 for 51 by WW Davis vs
Australia at Leeds on 11.06.83:  5 for 44 by VC Drakes vs Canada at Centurion on 23.02.03: 5 for 33 by VC Drakes vs Kenya at Kimberley on 04.03.03 and 6 for 27 by KAJ Roach vs Netherlands at Delhi on 28.02.11.

R Rampaul's 5 for 51 in this game provide the 22nd occasion of a bowler capturing four or more wickets on world cup debut. He is the third West Indian bowler to accomplish such a feat. Others are – 4 for 33 by MA Holding vs India at Birmingham on 09.06.79 and 7 for 51 by WW Davis vs Australia at Leeds on 11.06.83.

R Rampaul's 5 for 51 in this game provide the sixth occasion of a bowler capturing five or more wickets on world cup debut. Other occasions are – 5 for 34 by DK Lillee of
Australia vs Pakistan at Leeds on 07.06.75 : 6 for 14 by GJ Gilmour of Australia vs England at Leeds on 18.06.75 : 7 for 51 by WW Davis of West Indies vs Australia at Leeds on 11.06.83 : 5 for 36 by DW Fleming of Australia vs India at Mumbai on 27.02.96 and A Codrington of Canada vs Bangladesh at Durban on 11.02.03.
 

MS Dhoni of India and DC Thomas of West Indies were dismissed stumped in this game providing the 15th  and 16th occasion of a wicket keeper stumped by a wicket keeper in the world cup.

MS Dhoni of India and DC Thomas of West Indies were dismissed stumped in this game providing the first occasion of rival wicket keepers dismissed stumped by a wicket keeper in the world cup and also in the annals of one day games.

MS Dhoni was dismissed stumped in this game providing the 18th occasion of a captain dismissed stumped in the world cup.

DJG Sammy was dismissed run out in this game to provide the 44th occasion of a captain dismissed run out in the world cup. He became the fourth West Indian batsman to be dismissed run out in the world cup. Others are – CH Lloyd for 41 vs India at The Oval in 15.06.83 : RB Richardson for 8 vs Sri Lanka at Berri on 13.03.92 and BC Lara for 18 vs England at Bridgetown on 21.04.07.

R Rampaul's 5 for 51 in this game was in a losing cause providing the 28th occasion of a bowler’s four wicket haul going in vain. It also provides the third occasion of an West
Indian bowler’s four wicket haul in a losing cause. The other two occasions are – 4 for 40 by CA Walsh vs Pakistan at Lahore on 16.10.87 and 4 for 49 vs AD Russell vs England at Chennai on 17.03.11.

R Rampaul's 5 for 51 in this game was in a losing cause providing the eighth occasion of a bowler’s five wicket haul going in vain. The other seven occasions are – 5 for 48 by
GJ Gilmour of Australia vs West Indies at Lord’s on 21.06.75: 5 for 43 by N Kapil Dev of India vs Australia at Nottingham on 13.06.83: 5 for 39 by ALF de Mel of Sri Lanka vs
Pakistan at Leeds on 16.06.83 : 5 for 35 by Saqlain Mushtaq of Pakistan vs Bangladesh at Northampton on 31.05.99 : 5 for 43 by RJ van Vuuren of Namibia vs England at Port
Elizabeth on 19.02.03 : 6 for 23 by SE Bond of New Zealand vs Australia at Port Elizabeth on 11.03.03 and 5 for 45 by A Nel of South Africa vs Bangladesh at Providence on 07.04.07.

India {268} and West Indies {188} were dismissed all out in this game providing the 16th occasion of both teams dismissed all out in a match in the world cup.

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