Following are the statistical highlights of the second One-Day International between India and South Africa in Johannesburg on Saturday.
# Sachin Tendulkar has emulated Sanath Jayasuriya's feat of appearing in 444 ODIs.
# Yuvraj Singh has recorded his fourth fifty against South Africa - his 45th in ODIs.
# Yuvraj's splendid 53 off 68 balls is his first fifty against South Africa in South Africa.
# Dhoni and Yuvraj were involved in a fourth wicket stand of 83 - India's best against South Africa at Johannesburg, obliterating the 46 between Sachin Tendulkar and Mohammad Azharuddin on December 13, 1992.
# South Africa (189) have recorded their second lowest total at Johannesburg when they have lost all ten wickets - the lowest is 149 against England on February 13, 2000.
# India have registered their first win against South Africa at New Wanderers Stadium. They had been defeated by South Africa in the previous two encounters at this venue by six wickets' margin - on December 13, 1992 and October 5, 2001.
# India's one-run victory is their second against South Africa by such a margin. At Jaipur on February 21, 2010, India had recorded a win by a similar margin.
# India have won by one run four times - twice against South Africa and once each against New Zealand and Sri Lanka.
# India's aforesaid win is their fourth against South Africa in South Africa - two at Centurion and one each at East London and Johannesburg.
# Munaf Patel (4/29) has registered his career-best bowling performance, surpassing the 4 for 49 against Sri Lanka at Rajkot on February 11, 2007.
# Patel has received the Man of the Match for the second time in ODIs. He had first got the MOM award against England at Jaipur on October 15 2006.
# Lonwabo Tsotsobe (4/22) has produced his best bowling figures in ODIs, surpassing the 4 for 27 against Pakistan at Abu Dhabi on October 29, 2010.
# For the first time, Tsotsobe has taken four wickets in an innings in consecutive games.
# Tsotsobe's superb figures of four for 22 are the best by a South African against India at Johannesburg, bettering Allan Donald's 3 for 27 on December 13, 1992.
# India (190) have posted their second highest total against South Africa at Johannesburg, next only to the 279 for five on October 5, 2001.
# Graeme Smith has completed his 6,000 runs in ODIs, aggregating 6029 at an average of 40.19, including eight centuries and 43 fifties.
# Smith became the fourth South African batsman to achieve the distinction in ODIs, joining Jacques Kallis (11002), Herschelle Gibbs (8094) and Gary Kirsten (6798).
# Smith's second fifty against India is his 43rd overall.