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On Oct 11 Virat Kohli as Indian Captain, broke record of Sir Don Bradman as aus captain (8 score of 150) with 9th scores of 150+


Virat -9 times
Bradman -8
Clarke -7
M.Jayawardne-7
Lara -7
G.Smith -7



Highest century as test captain
G.Smith -25 (SA)
Kohli-19
Ponting-19
Border-15
S.Waugh-15
S.Smith-15 (aus)


Fastest 7000 test runs
Wally Hammond -131 innings (eng)
Sehwag -(134 innings)
Tendulkar- (136 innings)
Sobers -(138 innings)
Sangakara -(138 innings)
V.Kohli-(138 innings)

Last 4 year Virat scored 7 DBL century, I guess that is also record in captains catagory.
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India's record-breaking sequence at home

October 13 2019

India have won a record 11 Test series in a row at home

Stats highlights from India's innings win in the second Test of the series against South Africa in Pune

11 Series wins in succession at home for India - the most by a team. The sequence started in 2012/13 when they blanked Australia 4-0. India went past Australia's record of ten consecutive series wins which they achieved twice - between 1994/95 and 2000/01 and again from 2004 to 2008/09.

Most consecutive series wins at home

Team Series Start End Mat Won Lost Draw Win%
India 11 2012/13
31 25 1 5 80.65%
Australia 10 1994/95 2000/01 38 28 5 5 73.68%
Australia 10 2004 2008/09 27 23 1 3 85.19%
West Indies 8 1975/76 1985/86 37 21 3 13 56.76%
South Africa 7 1997/98 2001/02 21 15 1 5 71.43%
England 7 2008 2012 23 16 2 5 69.57%
Last 11 home series for India

Season Against Tests Won Lost Captain
2012-13 Aus 4 4 0 MS Dhoni
2013-14 WI 2 2 0 MS Dhoni
2015-16 RSA 4 3 0 Virat Kohli
2016-17 NZ 3 3 0 Virat Kohli
2016-17 Eng 5 4 0 Virat Kohli
2016-17 Ban 1 1 0 Virat Kohli
2016-17 Aus 4 2 1 Virat Kohli; Ajinkya Rahane
2017-18 SL 3 1 0 Virat Kohli
2018 Afg 1 1 0 Ajinkya Rahane
2018-19 WI 2 2 0 Virat Kohli
2019/20 SA 2* 2 0 Virat Kohli


2010 - The last time South Africa lost a Test by an innings margin - by an innings & 57 runs against India in Kolkata. This happens to be only India's second innings victory against the Proteas. It is also the second instance of South Africa losing by an innings and 100-plus runs against an opponent other than Australia and England after losing by innings and 153 runs against Sri Lanka at the SSC in 2006.

2008 - The last instance of a team enforcing follow-on against South Africa - England at Lord's in 2008. This was the first instance of India enforcing follow-on against South Africa. It was the seventh instance of India enforcing follow-on under Virat Kohli, five of it resulting in wins with two ending as stalemates.

30 Wins for Virat Kohli in his first 50 Tests as captain - third-most behind Steve Waugh (37) and Ricky Ponting (35). This was India's eighth innings win with Kohli in charge - joint second most for India along with Mohammad Azharuddin, and only behind MS Dhoni's nine such wins.

41.95 - Average balls per partnership by teams for wickets six to ten against India since January 2018. This is the third most among the top nine Test sides in the world behind Sri Lanka (46.36) and England (44.20). However, the average balls per stand for the first five wickets against India read as 51.82, which in turn is the lowest against an opponent in this period.

Top five vs bottom - opposition-wise (since Jan 2018)

Opposition Tests Balls/Dis (1-5) Balls/Dis (6-10) Diff Ratio
India 19 51.82 41.95 9.87 1.24
England 22 60.22 44.20 16.02 1.36
Sri Lanka 18 63.00 46.36 16.64 1.36
West Indies 14 61.31 35.29 26.02 1.74
South Africa 16 60.71 32.27 28.44 1.88
Australia 18 72.09 41.82 30.27 1.72
Pakistan 11 68.23 37.18 31.05 1.84
Bangladesh 11 75.49 39.73 35.76 1.90
New Zealand 11 76.66 33.93 42.73 2.26
4 Instances of South Africa's last five wickets doubling the score after the fall of the fifth wicket in the innings. In three of the four innings in this series so far, the visitors lost their first five wickets inside 80 runs.

Instance Score at the fall of 5th wkt Runs added by last five wkts % added by last five wkts Final score
Inngs 1, Vizag 178 253 58.70% 431
Inngs 2, Vizag 60 131 68.59% 191
Inngs 1, Pune 53 222 80.73% 275
Inngs 2, Pune 79 110 58.20% 189

22.25 Average runs per wicket for South Africa's openers in the sub-continent since 2014 - the lowest among all the visiting teams apart from Ireland, who played a solitary Test in Asia. Dean Elgar opened in each of the 21 innings and scored 606 runs at 30.30 with two hundreds. In the 21 innings at the other end, others have managed just 296 runs at 14.80 with a highest score of 39.

5 - Aiden Markram became the third South Africa opener to bag a pair since re-admission. The others to do so are Gary Kirsten and Herschelle Gibbs, who bagged it twice in his career. In four Tests away from home for Markram, all in the sub-continent, he has scored just 84 runs at 10.50 with three blobs.

6 - This was South Africa's sixth consecutive Test loss away, starting from the last two matches in England in 2017 - the longest such run for them since re-admission in 1992. Incidentally, they have lost the toss in each of these six Tests.

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Above players out stumped both innings in same test 22 of them but Rohit is only indian player, I guess
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Most sixes in a test series

Rohit Sharma -15* vs SA in 2019*
Hetmyer -15 vs Bangladesh in 2018/19
Harbhajan-14 vs Newzealand in 2014
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Harmer wrote: Sat Oct 19, 2019 10:46 am Most sixes in a test series

Rohit Sharma -17* vs SA in 2019*
Hetmyer -15 vs Bangladesh in 2018/19
Harbhajan-14 vs Newzealand in 2014
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Salute to Rohit!
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Warner hits 56 ball 100 not out
Not the record

Rohit & D Miller shared the record

35 - Number of balls taken by Rohit Sharma to score his century, which is the joint-fastest in T20Is. He equalled David Miller's record - he had done the same against Bangladesh in October. The previous fastest T20I century among India batsmen was 46 balls by KL Rahul, against West Indies in Lauderhill last year.

2 - Number of faster centuries in all T20 cricket, than the one by Rohit in this game. The fastest came off 30 balls by Chris Gayle in IPL 2013. The previous quickest T20 century among India players was in 37 balls by Yusuf Pathan in IPL 2010.

5 - Number of batsmen to score two centuries in T20 Internationals, including Rohit. Gayle, Evin Lewis, Brendon McCullum and Colin Munro are the others to achieve this. Overall, this is Rohit's fourth century in his T20 career, the joint-most among India players along with Virat Kohli. KL Rahul and Suresh Raina are the only India players to score centuries in T20Is previously, both with one each.


1- Number of bigger totals in T20Is than the 260 for 5 by India in this match. The highest is Australia's 263 for 3 against Sri Lanka in Pallekele last year. India's largest total before this was 244 for 4 against West Indies in a chase in Lauderhill last year.

0- Number of batsmen to reach their century quicker, in terms of team overs, in T20Is than Rohit got there in 2nd ball of 12th over. The previous quickest to get it were Richard Levi and Mohammad Shahzad in 13.2 overs.

12-0- India's record in the 13 bilateral series played this year across all three formats (series of 2 or more matches). They haven't lost any series this year.

10 - Sixes hit by Rohit in this innings - the most by an India batsman in a T20I innings. He eclipsed Yuvraj Singh, who had hit seven sixes against England in Durban in the 2007 World T20.

64 - Number of sixes by Rohit across all formats this year - the most by any batsman in a calendar year. He went past AB de Villiers' 63 sixes in 2015.

110* - The previous highest score by an India batsman in T20Is, by Rahul against West Indies last year. Rohit went past that with 118 off 43 balls, which is the joint-eighth-highest overall in T20Is.

91.52 - Percentage of runs scored in boundaries by Rohit - 108 out of 118. This is the highest for any T20I innings of 30 or more balls. The previous highest was 88.52% by Paul Stirling against Canada in 2012, when he hit 54 out of 61 runs in boundaries.

207 - Runs by the India openers in this match - Rohit 118 and Rahul 89 - the most for any team in a T20I innings. The previous highest was 182 by Loots Bosman (94) and Graeme Smith (88) against England in Centurion in 2009.
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I've recently found pretty interesting list.
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andersonQS wrote: Thu Nov 07, 2019 9:59 am I've recently found pretty interesting list.
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