7 - The number of Australians to score a triple-century in Test cricket has gone up to seven after David Warner got there against Pakistan at Adelaide Oval on Saturday. The last was Michael Clarke against India at SCG in 2012. Warner is the fourth batsman to score a triple ton versus Pakistan, the last being Virender Sehwag in Multan in 2004.
10 - Warner's 335* is the tenth-highest individual score in a Test innings.
2 - It is also the second-highest among Australia batsmen, behind Matthew Hayden's 380 against Zimbabwe in Perth in 2003. When he got his 335th run, Warner also eclipsed Bradman and Mark Taylor's scores of 334 (unbeaten in Taylor's case). Australia declared at that point.
80.14 - Warner's strike rate in his innings, which is the fourth-highest in the 31 triple-centuries scored in Test cricket. Both of Virender Sehwag's triples and Hayden's 380 came at better strike rates than Warner's 335*. He scored his first 100 off 156 balls, the next 100 came off 104 deliveries, and the last 135 runs came off 158 balls.
111 - Runs scored by Warner off Yasir Shah from 110 deliveries. Since 2001, where ball-by-ball information is available, there have been only three instances of a batsman scoring more runs than Warner's 111 off a single bowler in a Test innings.
Most Runs By A Batsman V A Bowler In A Test Innings (Since 2001)
Batsman Bowler Runs Balls SR Match
CH Gayle S Randiv 143 154 92.85 SL v WI, Galle, 2010
BC Lara GJ Batty 130 161 80.74 WI v Eng, St John's, 2004
DPMD Jayawardene N Boje 125 221 56.56 SL v SA, Colombo (SSC), 2006
DA Warner Yasir Shah 111 110 100.90 Aus v Pak, Adelaide, 2019
Younis Khan M Muralitharan 111 187 59.35 Pak v SL, Karachi, 2009
2 - Number of triple centuries in day-night Tests. Before Warner, Azhar Ali had scored 302 not out against West Indies in Dubai in 2016. It is also the first triple at Adelaide Oval, eclipsing Don Bradman's 299 not out against South Africa in 1932, and fourth in Australia. The last triple century anywhere in the world was Karun Nair's unbeaten 303 against England in Chennai in 2016.
3 - Number of Australia batsmen to make multiple 250-plus scores in Tests. David Warner joined Bradman (5) and Clarke (2) in doing so. Among openers, only one batsman has hit more 250-plus scores: Sehwag, with four. Sanath Jayasuriya, Graeme Smith, Chris Gayle and Alastair Cook are the other openers with two 250-plus scores.
361 - The stand between Warner and Marnus Labuschagne, which is Australia's second highest second-wicket partnership in Tests. Overall, it is the eighth-highest partnership for any wicket for Australia and eighth highest for the second wicket for any team.
126 - Number of innings taken by Steven Smith to complete 7000 Test runs - making him the quickest to get there in terms of innings. The previous fastest was Wally Hammond, who got there in 131 innings. Among Australia batsmen, the fastest before Smith was Matthew Hayden in 142 innings. Smith is the 50th batsman to score 7000 or more runs in Test cricket and the only one of them to average above 60
Yasir Shah - Pakistan's first centurion at No. 8 since 2006
Yasir Shah scored his maiden first-class century before being the last man out for 113. Yasir's average on tour is an astounding 60.33, but his bowling average is at 100.50. Here's a look at some records the lower order broke on Sunday.
7 - The number of batsmen Test hundreds coming in at No. 8 or below against Australia. The previous instance was in 2017, when Wriddhiman Saha made 117 in Ranchi.
2006 - The last time a Pakistani scored a Test hundred at No. 8. Wicketkeeper Kamran Akmal made 113 against India in Karachi, a Test Pakistan won to take the series 1-0. Yasir is the ninth Pakistani to achieve this feat.
1 - Only one batsman - Jerome Taylor (12.96) has a lower average than Yasir's lower average while scoring a Test century. Yasir's average after the century stands at 14.06.
213 - Runs added by the last four Pakistan batsmen in the first innings in Adelaide. This is the second-highest for Pakistan in Australia. The best was in 2016 when the last four added 230 at the Gabba in Brisbane.
105 - Runs added by Babar Azam and Yasir, the best seventh-wicket stand for Pakistan against Australia.
87 - The ninth-wicket stand for Pakistan, their highest for that wicket in Australia. Overall, it's the second-highest ninth-wicket stand against Australia.
89.33 - The average seventh-wicket stand for Pakistan in this series. This is the most they've averaged for any wicket in this series. Pakistan's top five wickets average 18.77 runs while the bottom five average 40.
Stats - Rohit Sharma second only to Sachin
7 - Number of ODI centuries for Rohit Sharma in 2019. Only once has any batsman made more in a calendar year. Sachin Tendulkar had scored nine centuries in 1998 which is the record. Overall, this is Rohit's 10th hundred across the formats - including his three Test centuries -, which is also the most among all batsmen this year.
2 - Number of hat tricks for Kuldeep Yadav in ODIs. He has become the first bowler from India to take two hat tricks in ODIs and in fact the first to take multiple hat tricks in international matches. Before this match, he had taken his first hat trick against Australia at Eden Gardens in 2017. Wasim Akram, Saqlain Mushtaq, Chaminda Vaas and Trent Boult are the others to have taken two hat-tricks whereas Lasith Malinga has taken three hat tricks.
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159 - Rohit's score, which is now the highest among India batsmen this year. He has made the highest individual score for India in each of the last seven calendar years, beginning from 2013.
227 - The partnership between Rohit and KL Rahul - India's fourth-highest for the first wicket. The stand lasted 222 balls, which is India's third-longest stand in terms of balls played.
387/5 - The Indian team's total at Visakhapatnam, which is their ninth-biggest in ODIs and the second-biggest against West Indies.
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31 - Number of runs that were scored in the 47th over from Roston Chase, which is now the most productive over in India's ODI history. Shreyas Iyer scored 28 of those runs, which are also the most by an India batsman in a single over. The previous most productive over for India was of 28 runs against New Zealand at Hyderabad in 1999 in which Tendulkar scored most of the runs.
6 - Number of fifties for Iyer in his short ODI career - he has played only nine innings so far. His quickfire 53 in this game was his fourth consecutive fifty in ODIs. He has made 469 runs in nine innings at average of 52.11 and strike rate of 104.92.
1 - The Visakhapatnam ODI produced the first ever instance of both captains getting out for first-ball ducks in the same match. Both Virat Kohli and Kieron Pollard were out for golden ducks in this ODI. Overall, this is the 12th instance of both captains getting out for ducks.
Test Cricket has been one of the most interesting formats of the game and there has been plenty of records being set in the game. There has also been some remarkable batting debuts in the game and here is the list of the test batsman who made 2 consecutive centuries in consecutive matches since debut.
1. Mohammad Azharuddin: The former Indian Captain made his test debut on December, 1984. He scored a century in the very first Test Innings of his career against England. He scored 110 runs at Kolkata. In the very second test match, he struck yet another test century. He scored 122 in the first innings of his second test match against the same opposition. In fact, he scored 3 consecutive test centuries on 3 consecutive tests since debut.
2. Bill Ponsford: This Aussie batsman scored 2 successive test centuries in 2 successive test matches that he played. He made his test debut in 1924 and scored a century in the very first innings of his test career. He scored 110 runs against England. In the second test match too, he scored 128 runs against England in the second test.
3. Doug Walters: Another Australian star did make a great impact in his debut. He scored 155 runs in his very first test innings against England in 1965. He also played an great knock of 115 runs in the very second test of his career against England.
4. Alvin Kallichharan: This West Indies batsman also registered his name in this list. He scored a century in debut and scored an unbeaten knock of 100 against New Zealand in his debutant test in 1972. He also scored 115 runs in the second test of his career.
5. Greg Blewett: Here is a list of another Aussie in the list. He scored an unbeaten knock of 102 runs in the first innings of the first test he played. He also scored 115 runs in his second test against England.
6. Sourav Ganguly: The pride of Bengal and one of the best captains in cricketing history made a memorable debut to the tests in 1996. He scored consecutive centuries against the mighty England in his first 2 test matches. He scored 131 runs in his first ever test match against the mighty England and scored 136 runs in his second test.
7. Rohit Sharma: This man made his debut in tests on last November. He scored 177 runs in the very first test innings against West Indies. He scored a century in the very next test match. He scored an unbeaten knock of 117 runs against the same opposition.
8. Jimmy Neesham: He is one of the newest entries in the list. He made this record in 2014 itself. He scored a test century against India in the very first match he played and also scored a century in his second test match against West Indies in West Indies. He scored unbeaten 137 and 107 in his first and second tests respectively.
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Pakistan's 2 players Mudasar nazar (235/152/152* vs Ind) & Zaheer Abbas (215/186/168 vs india ) only player who reached 150+ in 3 successive test Innings
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New Zealand's experience drain and Marnus Labuschagne's dream run
215 - The biggest difference in terms of Test-match experience between consecutive XIs for New Zealand. Before today, it was 164 matches, in October 1990. In this Test, they lost a total experience of 215 matches, as the count plummeted from 540 Test caps in Melbourne to 325 in Sydney.
It was the first time since December 2009, against Pakistan in Wellington, that New Zealand went into a Test without either Kane Williamson or Tim Southee or Trent Boult. Add to that Mitchell Santner and Henry Nicholls, and that's a net loss of 267 Test caps, 11,108 runs, and 594 wickets.
5 - Batsmen - after Marnus Labuschagne's latest century - who have scored at least four Test centuries in their first 14 Tests and gone on to score more than 7000 career Test runs. Don Bradman misses out, obviously, since he finished his career with 6996 runs after scoring eight centuries in his first 14 Tests. Mark Taylor scored six within that period, while Sunil Gavaskar, Andrew Strauss and Wally Hammond scored five each.
85.16 - Labuschagne's first-innings average in Test cricket. Labuschagne has scored 1022 runs from 13 innings with four centuries and four other fifty-plus scores. In the current home season, Labuschagne has so far scored 752 runs from seven innings. Only ten batsmen have topped 700 runs in a home season for Australia.
34.13 - Steven Smith's strike rate so far - the lowest in a series in his career. Although Smith has scored 214 runs at 42.8 with two fifty-plus scores, he has struggled, even taking 39 balls to get his first run in this innings.
In fact, Smith's strike rate of 36.23 this season is the lowest at home by an Australian batsman since 2000. Smith has not scored a century in ten innings. This is the first time he has had such a long barren stretch since his first Test century in his 23rd Test innings.
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4 - Times Neil Wagner has dismissed David Warner in this series. Wagner has dismissed Warner five times in his career. Only four bowlers have dismissed Warner more often. In fact, barring the seven times he was dismissed by Stuart Broad in the 2019 Ashes, Warner hasn't been dismissed more often by a single bowler in a series. Four bowlers - Kagiso Rabada, Broad, Moeen Ali and Wagner - have dismissed him four times in a series. Wagner has also sent back Smith four times this series.
12 - Wickets taken by Southee in the first Two Tests of the series. However, he was rested from the third Test. Southee averaged 25.75 and took two four-wicket hauls in the first Two Tests. With crucial points at stake in the World Test Championship, it will be interesting to see if New Zealand rue the decision.
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The opening duo piloted Australia to a clinical 10-wicket victory at the Wankhede
256 is the second-highest target successfully chased down by a side without losing a single wicket. The highest remains 279 by South Africa against Bangladesh in Kimberley in 2017
Highest targets chased down without losing a wicket
Target Team Against Opener 1 Opener 2 Venue Date
279 SA Ban H Amla Q de Kock Kimberley 15-Oct-17
256 Aus Ind A Finch D Warner Mumbai WS 14-Jan-20
255 Eng SL A Hales J Roy Edgbaston 24-Jun-16
236 NZ Zim M Guptill T Latham Harare 4-Aug-15
230 SL Eng T Dilshan U Tharanga Colombo RPS 26-Mar-11
5 - This is only the fifth instance of India losing an ODI by ten wickets and the first such occurrence since 2005 when they lost to South Africa at the Eden Gardens. However, this is the first instance of India losing by ten wickets after scoring 200-plus in their first innings. The other instances came against New Zealand at the MCG in 1981, against West Indies in Bridgetown in 1997 and against South Africa in Sharjah in 2000.
2 Partnerships for Australia higher than the unbeaten 258-run stand between Warner and Finch, with the former involved in both of them. The southpaw put on 284 with Travis Head for the first wicket against Pakistan in Adelaidein 2017 and 260 with Steve Smith for the second wicket against Afghanistan in Perth in 2015.
258* - The unbeaten stand of 258 between David Warner and Aaron Finch is the highest partnership for any wicket against India in ODI cricket. The previous highest was 242 by Steve Smith and George Bailey for the third wicket at the WACA in 2016. Of the top five partnerships against India in ODIs, four have come from Australia.
Highest partnerships v India for any wicket in ODIs
Partnership Player 1 Player 2 Wkt # Team Venue Date
258* Aaron Finch David Warner 1 Aus Mumbai WS 14-Jan-20
242 Steve Smith George Bailey 3 Aus Perth WACA 12-Jan-16
235 Herschelle Gibbs Gary Kirsten 1 SA Kochi 9-Mar-00
234* Ricky Ponting Damien Martyn 3 Aus Johannesburg 23-Mar-03
231 Aaron Finch David Warner 1 Aus Bengaluru 28-Sep-17
80.68 - Average opening partnership for Australia against India in India in 17 innings since October 2013. In comparison, the other visiting sides average 29.76 in 38 innings among them with a highest of 98. All four century opening partnerships by visiting teams in India in this period have come from Australia.
5 Consecutive 50-plus partnerships by Warner and Finch against India - their last five stands read: 70, 231, 66, 61 and 258*. Saeed Anwar and Aamer Sohail put on 77, 96, 58, 84, 144 and 77 in six innings versus India between 1994 and 1996.
6 - This was the sixth instance of both openers scoring centuries against India in an ODI and the second Australian pair to do so after David Boon and Geoff Marsh in Jaipur in 1986. Warner and Finch are the first pair to do so in a run-chase and the pair went past the previous highest opening stand of 235 between Gary Kirsten and Herschelle Gibbs against India.
115 innings taken by Warner to 5,000 ODI runs, making him the fourth quickest to the milestone behind Hashim Amla (101 innings), Viv Richards (114) and Virat Kohli (114). The previous quickest Australian to the milestone was Dean Jones who took 128 innings to the landmark.
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8 Centuries by Rohit Sharma in just 40 innings against Australia. Sachin Tendulkar is the only batsman to have hit more. Tendulkar hit nine centuries against them in 70 innings. Virat Kohli too has eight centuries against them in 38 innings. Overall, apart from Sharma, Tendulkar and Kohli are the only batmsen to hit eight or more hundreds against any opposition in this format. Kohli has hit nine hundreds against West Indies and eight against Sri Lanka, Tendulkar hit eight against Sri Lanka. Click here for a list of most ODI hundreds against any opposition.
Rohit Sharma hit his eight ODI hundred against Australia.
29 Centuries hit by Sharma in ODIs. His 119 in this match took him past Sanath Jayasuirya to No. 4 in the list of batsman with most hundreds in ODIs. Ricky Ponting with 30 centuries is immediately ahead of him. Tendulkar (49 centuries) and Kohli (43) are the top two batsman in this list. Sharma has hit 19 of his 29 hundreds since the beginning of 2017 in just 70 innings - a conversion rate of 3.7 innings per hundred that is better than any other batsman with five or more hundreds during this period. He had ten centuries from 147 innings in ODIs before 2017.
707 Runs scored by Sharma in deciders of bilateral ODI series - the most by any batsman in the format. The 137 in this match was Sharma's third century in deciders of bilateral series. The double-hundred Sharma hit against Australia in 2013 at the same venue had also come in the final match with the score line tied at 2-2. Sharma averages 58.9 from 12 innings in bilateral series deciders. He passed AB de Villiers as the most prolific batsman in such matches. De Villiers has hit 630 runs at an average of 63.0 in such games.
Rohit Sharma hit the 29th century of his ODI career moving past Sanath Jayasuirya.
100 Number of fifty-plus scores by Kohli in ODIs. He is only the fifth batsman to hit as many. Tendulkar leads this list with 145 fifty-plus scores. Kumar Sangakkara, Ricky Ponting and Jacques Kallis are the other batsmen ahead of Kohli.
11 Century stands between Sharma and Kohli in ODI chases - the second-highest by any pair in the format. Sourav Ganguly and Tendulkar lead this list with 17 century stands in 91 innings together. Sharma and Kohli passed the Australia duo of Adam Gilchrist and Matthew Hayden who had ten century stands in 52 innings.
4878 Partnership runs between Sharma and Kohli in ODIs - the second-highest by any India pair. They beat the pair of Sharma and Shikhar Dhawan during this innings, who have accumulated 4847 in partnership. Tendulkar and Ganguly lead this list with 8227 runs for India in 176 innings together.
Virat Kohli became only the fifth batsman to make 100 fifty-plus scores in ODIs
0 Captains quicker than Kohli to 5000 ODI runs. The India captain has taken just 89 innings to achieve this milestone. Before Kohli, MS Dhoni was the quickest, achieving it in 127 innings. Along with Kohli and Dhoni, Ricky Ponting (131 innings) completes the top three of an elite list of just eight captains who have 5000-plus runs in ODIs.
5-6 India's win-loss record in bilateral ODI series involving three or more matches against Australia. Three of those wins, including this one, have come in the last-four series under Kohli's captaincy. Australia dominated the bilateral contests between the two teams before that with a 5-2 scoreline.
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Partnership Record by Debutant in tests matches
Partners Runs Wkt Inns Team Opposition Ground Match Date Scorecard
Khalid Ibadulla, Abdul Kadir 249 1st 1 Pakistan v Australia Karachi 24 Oct 1964
DL Houghton, A Flower 165 6th 1 Zimbabwe v India Harare 18 Oct 1992
Tamim Iqbal, Junaid Siddique 161 1st 3 Bangladesh v New Zealand Dunedin 4 Jan 2008
GA Headley, FI de Caires 142 3rd 3 West Indies v England Bridgetown 11 Jan 1930
Mohammad Hafeez, Yasir Hameed 134 2nd 4 Pakistan v Bangladesh Karachi 20 Aug 2003
FI de Caires, JED Sealy 124 4th 1 West Indies v England Bridgetown 11 Jan 1930
RT Ponting, SG Law 121 5th 2 Australia v Sri Lanka Perth 8 Dec 1995
RA Duff, WW Armstrong 120 10th 3 Australia v England Melbourne 1 Jan 1902
RE Foster, AE Relf 115 9th 2 England v Australia Sydney 11 Dec 1903
KJ O'Brien, SR Thompson 114 7th 3 Ireland v Pakistan Dublin (Malahide) 11 May 2018
G Gunn, J Hardstaff 113 4th 3 England v Australia Sydney 13 Dec 1907
KJ Arnott, GW Flower 100 1st 1 Zimbabwe v India Harare 18 Oct 1992
RS Madugalle, A Ranatunga 99 5th 1 Sri Lanka v England Colombo (PSS) 17 Feb 1982
SC Ganguly, R Dravid 94 6th 2 India v England Lord's 20 Jun 1996
Aminul Islam, Khaled Mashud 93 7th 1 Bangladesh v India Dhaka 10 Nov 2000
AC Hudson, AP Kuiper 92 5th 2 South Africa v West Indies Bridgetown 18 Apr 1992
EM Grace, WG Grace 91 1st 1 England v Australia The Oval 6 Sep 1880
JW Hearne, FR Foster 89 6th 2 England v Australia Sydney 15 Dec 1911
GM Wood, WM Darling 89 1st 1 Australia v India Adelaide 28 Jan 1978
JW Hearne, JWHT Douglas 86 8th 4 England v Australia Sydney 15 Dec 1911
G Challenor, FR Martin 86 1st 2 West Indies v England Lord's 23 Jun 1928
MN Waller, RW Chakabva 86 6th 2 Zimbabwe v New Zealand Bulawayo 1 Nov 2011
B Warnapura, RL Dias 83 2nd 3 Sri Lanka v England Colombo (PSS) 17 Feb 1982
CL Vincent, SK Coen 80 9th 3 South Africa v England Johannesburg 24 Dec 1927
AG Ganteaume, FMM Worrell 80 3rd 2 West Indies v England Port of Spain 11 Feb 1948
OJ Phillips, RA Austin 79 2nd 2 West Indies v Bangladesh Kingstown 9 Jul 2009
C Bannerman, BB Cooper 77 4th 1 Australia v England Melbourne 15 Mar 1877
KJ Arnott, AJ Pycroft 77 3rd 3 Zimbabwe v India Harare 18 Oct 1992
JHB Waite, DJ McGlew 76 2nd 1 South Africa v England Nottingham 7 Jun 1951
GW Flower, ADR Campbell 75 2nd 1 Zimbabwe v India Harare 18 Oct 1992
Lall Singh, L Amar Singh 74 8th 4 India v England Lord's 25 Jun 1932
AH Jarvis, J Worrall 73 8th 2 Australia v England Melbourne 1 Jan 1885
G Gunn, KL Hutchings 73 3rd 1 England v Australia Sydney 13 Dec 1907
CC Passailaigue, OC Da Costa 73 7th 2 West Indies v England Kingston 3 Apr 1930
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