Statistical Highlights of 2nd ODI between India and Australia:
# India's well-deserved nine-wicket victory is their biggest in terms of wickets over Australia in ODIs.
# India have won both their ODIs vs Australia at Sawai Man Singh, Jaipur.
# India's nine-wicket triumph is their biggest in terms of wickets at SMS, Jaipur.
# For the first time, India have won three successive ODIs at Jaipur - by one run vs South Africa on February 21, 2010; by 8 wickets vs New Zealand on December 1, 2010 and by 9 wickets vs Australia on October 16, 2013.
# India's 362 for one is their highest successful chase in ODIs, obliterating the 330 for four vs Pakistan at Mirpur on March 18, 2012.
# India's above total is the second highest successful chase in the history of ODIs, next only to South Africa's 438 for nine vs Australia at Johannesburg on March 12, 2006.
# The top four successful chases in ODIs have been recorded against Australia - one each by South Africa and India followed by two by New Zealand.
# For the first time, India have successfully chased a total of 300 or more against Australia in ODIs, obliterating the 292 for five at Visakhapatnam on October 20, 2010.
# The match has produced 721 runs for the loss of six wickets - the fourth highest in ODIs - the highest being 872 runs for 13 wickets between Australia and South Africa at Johannesburg on March 12, 2006.
# Australia's 359 for five is the second highest by any team at SMS, Jaipur.
# Australia have equalled their highest total vs India in ODIs. They had managed 359 for two at Johannesburg on March 23, 2003 and 359 for five at Sydney on February 8, 2004. Their previous best vs India in India was 350 for four at Hyderabad on November 5, 2009.
# Forty eight boundaries (36 fours and 12 sixes) were recorded in Australia's innings - their highest vs India - their fourth highest in an ODI.
# Phillip Hughes (83 off 103 balls) has recorded his maiden fifty away from home in six ODIs.
# Hughes' tally of 591 at an average of 42.21 in 16 ODIs, including two hundreds and two fifties, is the second highest for Australia in ODIs in 2013. George Bailey, with 797 runs at an average of 61.30 in 18 games, is the top run-scorer for Australia in ODIs this year.
# Aaron Finch (50 off 53 balls) has posted his second fifty in ODIs - both vs India.
# Shane Watson's 59 off 53 balls is his 30th fifty in ODIs - his fourth vs India.
# Watson's aforesaid innings is his first fifty in five ODIs under Bailey's captaincy - his previous four innings being 24, 5, 5 & 2.
# Hughes and Watson put on 108 - Australia's highest partnership for the second wicket in ODIs at SMS, Jaipur.
# For the first time in an ODI, the top five batsmen have recorded fifty-plus. In South Africa's 365 for two vs India at Ahmedabad on February 27, 2010, the top four batsmen had recorded fifty-plus - Bosman (68), Amla (87), Kallis (104 not out) and de Villiers (102 not out).
# For the second time, eight fifties have been recorded in an ODI - the first instance being between Pakistan vs Zimbabwe at Karachi on January 21, 2008.
# The match has provided only the second occasion when five fifty-plus innings have been registered in an ODI - the first being in Pakistan's total of 347 for five vs Zimbabwe at Karachi on January 21, 2008 - Nasir Jamshed (61), Younis Khan (79), Mohammad Yousuf (72), Shoaib Malik (63) and Misbah-ul-Haq (55 not out).
# George Bailey's tenth fifty in ODIs is his second vs India. His unbeaten 92 is his highest vs India as well as his highest as captain in ODIs.
# Bailey is averaging 60.42 as captain in ODIs - 423 in eight innings, including five fifties.
# In his last five innings as captain in ODIs, Bailey has recorded four fifties.
# For the first time, Bailey has posted five sixes in an ODI.
# Glenn Maxwell (53) has registered his third fifty in ODIs - his first vs India.
# Shikhar Dhawan's 95 off 86 balls is his highest score in ODIs in India - his first fifty in ODIs on Indian soil.
# Dhawan's first fifty vs Australia is his fourth in ODIs. Besides, he has recorded a hundred each vs South Africa, Zimbabwe and West Indies.
# Dhawan is the first Indian batsman to manage 800 runs in ODIs this year - his tally being 809 (ave.53.93) in 16 matches, including three hundreds and three fifties.
# Rohit Sharma (141 not out off 123 balls) has recorded his third century in ODIs - one each vs Australia, Zimbabwe and Sri Lanka.
# Rohit's aforesaid career-best innings is his first hundred in ODIs in India. His previous two centuries were registered at Bulawayo - 114 vs Zimbabwe on May 28, 2010 and 101 not out vs Sri Lanka at Bulawayo on May 30, 2010.
# Rohit's first Man of the Match award vs Australia is his fourth in ODIs.
# Rohit is averaging fifty-plus this year in ODIs - his tally being 763 in 18 matches at an average of 50.86, including a hundred and six fifties.
# Rohit Sharma and Dhawan were involved in a stand of 176 - India's highest opening stand vs Australia in ODIs, bettering the 175 between Sourav Ganguly and Sachin Tendulkar at Kanpur on April 7, 1998.
# Rohit and Kohli were associated in a second-wicket stand of 186 (unbroken) - India's highest partnership for any wicket in ODIs at SMS, Jaipur. The said partnership is also the highest for the second wicket by any pair at this venue.
# Virat Kohli, with his 52-ball hundred, has set an Indian record for the quickest century in ODIs - the seventh quickest in ODIs.
# Virender Sehwag's 60-ball hundred (125 not out off 74 balls) vs New Zealand at Hamilton on March 11, 2009 was the previous quickest hundred by an Indian player in ODIs.
# Kohli, with 850 runs at an average of 50.00 in 24 matches, is the top run-scorer for India in ODIs this year.
# Kohli became the third batsman after Shikhar Dhawan and Tillakaratne Dilshan to register three hundreds in ODIs this year.
# Kohli's 16th century in ODIs is his second vs Australia.
# Kohli is averaging 67.79 in Indian wins - the second highest average amongst the batsmen with 3000 runs or more in ODIs - his aggregate being 3593 at an average of 67.79 in 72 matches, including 15 hundreds. Dhoni is averaging 73.80 in Indian wins - his tally being 4650 in 130 matches.
# Virat Kohli is the only batsman in the history of ODIs to manage 3,000 runs apart from averaging 60-plus in chases - his aggregate being 3076 (ave.62.77) in 63 innings, including ten hundreds and seventeen fifties.
# Virat's average of 82.70 in successful chases is the second highest in ODIs (minimum 2,000 runs) - his tally being 2481 in 43 innings (13 times not out), including ten hundreds and twelve fifties. Only Mahendra Singh Dhoni has a better average (100.09) in successful chases - 2102 runs in 54 innings (33 times not out), including two hundreds and 14 fifties.
# Only Sachin (14 in 124 innings) has scored more hundreds in successful chases than Virat. India have won all ten games when Kohli scored hundreds while chasing.
Story first published on: Wednesday, 16 October 2013 22:31 IST