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Second ODI: England vs India at Southampton

Second one
day: England vs India at Southampton on 06.09.11: England won by
seven wickets: Match reduced to 23 overs a side due to rain

 

England won the
toss and inserted the opposition in this game to provide the 18th   occasion of England
doing so against India.
It also provides England
doing so for the eighth occasion at home against India.

 

England won this
game by seven wickets providing the 12th occasion of England winning
a game after it had inserted the opposition

 

R Dravid
completed 900 runs against England
when he was on 22 during the course of his knock of 32. At the end of the game
his aggregate read 922. He became the sixth Indian batsman to total 900 plus
runs against England.
Others are - SR Tendulkar {1455}, Yuvraj Singh {1187}, V Sehwag {1008}, SC
Ganguly {975} and M Azharuddin {911}. R Dravid needs 78 runs more for 1000 runs
against England

 

AM Rahane
scored his maiden one day fifty when he made 54 in this game. It was an
improvement over his debut 40 in the previous game

 

AM Rahane's
54 in this game represent 113th occasion of an Indian batsman
scoring a fifty against England and also represent the 101st
occasion of an Indian batsman scoring a half century against England

 

AM Rahane's
54 in this game represent 47th occasion of an Indian opening batsman scoring a
fifty against England and also represent the 42nf occasion of an Indian opening
batsman scoring a half century against England

 

SK Raina hit
three sixes in this game providing the 17th occasion of an Indian
batsman scoring three or more sixes in an innings against England.

 

R Ashwin was
run out in this game providing the 54th occasion of an Indian
batsman dismissed run out in a one day game against England

 

R Ashwin was
run out after facing a single delivery in this game. He became the third Indian
batsman to be dismissed run out after facing a single delivery against England. Others
are - AK Sharma for zero at Gwalior
on 04.03.93 and AB Agarkar for 1 at The Oval o 05.09.07

 

IR Bell
pouched three catches in this game. He became the third England fieldsman to take three or more catches
in an innings against India.
The others are - GA Hick at Bangalore
on 26.02.93 and MP Vaughan at The Oval on 03.09.04

 

TM Bresnan's
tally of wickets against India
at the end of this game read 10. He became the 12th England bowler to capture ten or more wickets
against India.

 

JM Anderson
became the second England
bowler to concede 1000 plus runs against India. At the end of this game he
has conceded 1007. A Flintoff {1069} is the other England
bowler to concede 1000 plus runs against India

 

JM
Anderson's aggregate of wickets against India at the end of this game read
29. He needs one more wicket to become the second England
bowler to total 30 plus wickets against India. A Flintoff {37} is the other
England bowler to total 30
plus wickets against India.

C Kieswetter
hit three sixes in this game to provide the 15th occasion of an England batsman scoring three or more sixes in
an innings against India.
With three sixes in this game, he earned the distinction of becoming the first England wicket keeper batsman to accomplish such
a feat against India.

 

C Kieswetter
hit three sixes in this game to provide the third occasion of an England opening batsman scoring three or more
sixes in an innings against India.
Others are RA Smith {04} at Gwalior
on 04.03.93 and NV Knight {04} at Sharjah on 11.04.99

 

AN Cook's 80
not out in this game represent the 14th occasion of an England captain scoring a fifty against India. His
knock also represents the fourth occasion of an England  caption opening batsman scoring a fifty
against India.
The other three are  - 51 by GA Gooch at Perth on 22.02.92, 74* by AJ Strauss at Jamshedpur
on 12.04.06 and 158 by AJ Strauss at Bangalore
on 27.02.11

 

AN Cook's 80
not out in this game provide the 28th occasion of an England opening batsman scoring a fifty against India. His
knock also represents the 93rd occasion of an England batsman scoring a fifty in a one day
game against India.

 

AN Cook's 80
not out in this game provide the 18th occasion of an England opening batsman scoring a half century
against India.
His knock also represents the 76th occasion of an England
batsman scoring a half century in a one day game against India.

 

Indian
batsmen have hit 170 sixes against England, while England
batsmen have hit 172 sixes against India - stats as at the end of this
game.

 

The head to
head count at the end of this game read thus - Total games played - 73: Won by
England - 31:  Won by India - 38:  Tied game - 01 and No Result games - 03

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