India vs Australia Stats: Virat Kohli scores third fastest hundred by an Indian in ODIs

Virat Kohli's 61-ball hundred is the third quickest by an Indian player in ODIs, next only to the 52-ball hundred by Kohli himself vs Australia at Jaipur on October 16, 2013 and the 60-ball century by Virender Sehwag vs New Zealand at Hamilton on March 11, 2009.

Updated: October 31, 2013 00:58 IST
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Statistical Highlights from the 6th ODI between India and Australia:

# Virat Kohli's 17th century (115 not out off 66 balls) in ODIs is his third vs Australia.

# Kohli's strike rate of 174.24 is the third highest by an Indian batsman in ODIs (minimum 100) - the highest being Kohli's 192.30 during his innings of 100 not out off 52 balls vs Australia at Jaipur on October 16, 2013.

# India have won 16 ODIs when Kohli has recorded a hundred. His record in Indian wins is 3708 runs at an average of 69.96 in 73 matches, including 16 centuries and 15 fifties.

# In successful chases, Kohli is averaging 86.53 - his tally being 2596 in 46 matches, including eleven centuries and twelve fifties.

# Kohli is the first player to amass 1000 runs in the last three calendar years in ODIs i.e. 1381 in 2011, 1026 in 2012 and 1033 in 2013.

# Kohli is averaging 60.80 vs Australia in ODIs - his tally being 608 in twelve innings, including three hundreds and two fifties.

# Kohli is now the first batsman to record five successive innings of fifty-plus twice in ODIs. He had first achieved the feat in 2012.

# Kohli's 61-ball hundred is the third quickest by an Indian player in ODIs, next only to the 52-ball hundred by Kohli himself vs Australia at Jaipur on October 16, 2013 and the 60-ball century by Virender Sehwag vs New Zealand at Hamilton on March 11, 2009.

# Kohli is the only batsman to manage 4000 runs in ODIs since January 2010 - his aggregate being 4435 (ave.53.43) in 103 matches, including 16 centuries and 23 fifties.

# Shikhar Dhawan has recorded his fourth hundred in ODIs - one each vs Australia, Zimbabwe, South Africa and the West Indies.

# Dhawan's 100 off 102 balls is his first century in ODIs in India.

# Dhawan has completed his 1,000 runs in ODIs at an average of 45.45 in 24 innings. His tally includes four hundreds and four fifties.

# Dhawan and Virat Kohli now share an Indian record for reaching 1,000 runs in ODIs in 24 innings.

# India's 351 for four is their second highest total in successful chases, next only to the 362 for one vs Australia at Jaipur on October 16, 2013.

# India remains the only team to register two totals of 350-plus in successful chases.

# India have recorded 350 or more eighteen times in ODIs - the most times by a team in ODIs.

# Australia (350/6) have recorded their fifth total of 350 or more vs India in ODIs.

# India became the first team to amass 350 twice in an ODI at Jamtha, Nagpur. They had totalled 354 for seven vs Australia on October 28, 2009.

# Australia have registered 300 or more 15 times vs India in ODIs. Only Pakistan (16) have recorded more scores of 300 or more vs India.

# For the first time, Australia have recorded 300 or more four times in an ODI series vs India.

# The match aggregate of 701 for the loss of ten wickets is the second highest in an India-Australia ODI encounter, next only to the 721 for six wickets at Jaipur on October16, 2013.

# Australia have recorded 47 sixes - a record by a team in a bilateral series in ODIs - the previous highest being 40 by West Indies vs New Zealand in five matches in 2012.

# Shane Watson (102 off 94 balls) has posted his highest score vs India in ODIs, obliterating the 93 off 89 balls at Hyderabad on November 5, 2009.

# Watson's first hundred vs India is his ninth in ODIs. His aforesaid innings is his third century in the sub-continent - the first two being 116 not out vs Pakistan at Abu Dhabi on May 3, 2009 and 185 not out off 96 balls vs Bangladesh at Dhaka on April 11, 2011.

# Watson is the fourth batsman to register three hundreds or more in ODIs this year, joining Shikhar Dhawan (four), Virat Kohli (four) and Tillakaratne Dilshan.

# George Bailey became the first batsman to amass 1,000 runs in ODIs this year - 1094 at an average of 68.37, including two hundreds and eight fifties, in 21 matches.

# Bailey (156 off 114 balls) has recorded a career-best - his second hundred in ODIs, bettering the 125 not out vs West Indies at Perth on February 3, 2013.

# Bailey has registered his first hundred as captain, eclipsing the 98 off 94 balls vs India at Ranchi on October 23, 2013.

# Bailey has set a record for the highest individual innings by an Australian captain vs India in ODIs, outstripping Ricky Ponting's 140 not out off 121 balls at Johannesburg on March 23, 2003.

# Bailey and Ponting's aforesaid innings are the highest individual scores for Australia vs India in ODIs.

# Bailey's 156 is the third highest by a captain vs India in ODIs - the highest two being 189 by Sanath Jayasuriya for Sri Lanka at Sharjah on October 29, 2000 and 158 by Andrew Strauss for England at Bangalore on February 27, 2011.

# Bailey has recorded his tenth score of fifty-plus in ODIs this year, joining Misbah-ul-Haq (11).

# Bailey's tally of 30 sixes is the highest in ODIs this year.

# Bailey has set a record as captain in a bilateral series in ODIs - 474 runs at an average of 118.50 in five innings, eclipsing South Africa's Abraham de Villiers' tally of 367 (ave.91.75) vs Pakistan in five matches in 2012-13.

# Bailey is the only batsman to amass 400 or more runs in a bilateral series in India-Australia ODIs, surpassing Andrew Symonds' 365 (ave.73.00) in six innings in 2007-08.

# Bailey's aggregate is a record by any batsman in a bilateral series against India, outstripping West Indian Chris Gayle's tally of 455 (ave.65.00) in seven innings in 2002-03.

# In fact, the aforesaid tally is a record in a bilateral series in ODIs. Zimbabwe's Hamilton Masakadza had managed 467 runs at an average of 116.75 in five innings vs Kenya in 2009-10.

# Bailey's 156 is now the highest individual score at Jamtha, Nagpur, obliterating Mahendra Singh Dhoni's 124 vs Australia on October 28, 2009.

# Bailey's aforesaid innings is the third highest in a losing cause by an Australian player in ODIs - the highest two losing innings being 181 not out by Matthew Hayden vs New Zealand at Hamilton on February 20, 2007 and 164 by Ricky Ponting vs South Africa at Johannesburg on March 12, 2006.

# Bailey and Watson have shared a partnership of 168 - Australia's highest third-wicket stand vs India in India in ODIs, outstripping the 149 (unbroken) between Damien Martyn and Ricky Ponting at Bangalore on November 12, 2009.

# The above stand is Australia's second highest third-wicket partnership against India in ODIs, next only to the 234 (unbroken) between Martyn and Ponting at Johannesburg on March 23, 2003.

# Playing in his first ODI at home, Amit Mishra (10-0-78-0) has produced his worst bowling figures in terms of runs conceded (economy rate 7.80) in ODIs, eclipsing the 9-0-56-0 (6.22) vs Zimbabwe at Harare on June 3, 2010. These are the only two instances when Mishra has recorded an economy rate of 6-plus in ODIs.

# Ravindra Jadeja is the 15th Indian bowler to complete 100 wickets or more in ODIs.

# Shikhar Dhawan and Rohit Sharma have recorded their fifth century opening partnership in ODIs - all in 2013 - two each vs West Indies and Australia and one vs South Africa.

# Shikhar and Rohit's five opening stands have been bettered only by Sachin Tendulkar and Sourav Ganguly (21) and Virender Sehwag and Tendulkar (12).

# Amongst the eight Indian opening pairs with 1000 runs or more, the average (62.82) recorded by Shikhar and Rohit is the

highest - their aggregate being 1068 in eighteen innings, including five stands of 100 or more and two fifty-plus.

# The 178-run partnership between Rohit Sharma and Shikhar Dhawan is the highest by this pair in ODIs, eclipsing the 176 for the first wicket at Jaipur on October16,2013.

# Rohit Sharma's second fifty vs Australia is his 19th in ODIs.

# Rohit is averaging 50.70 in ODIs this year - his aggregate being 862 in 21 innings, including a hundred and seven fifties.

# For the second time in an ODI, four hudreds have been recorded - the first instance being between Pakistan (Ijaz Ahmed 111 and Yousuf Youhana 100 vs Australia (Adam Gilchrist 103 and Ricky Ponting 124 not out at Lahore on November 10, 1998.

# In his last four innings, Yuvraj Singh has registered three ducks - his sequence of scores in his last five innings being 3, 0, 7, 0 & 0.

# Yuvraj is averaging 2.33 in the present series - seven runs in three innings. The said performance is his worst when he has played in atleast three innings in a series.

# Yuvraj's 17th duck in ODIs is his fourth vs Australia.

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