India vs Australia Stats: Rohit Sharma creates record for most sixes in an ODI innings

Rohit Sharma, with 16 sixes, has created cricket history by recording most number of sixes in an ODI innings. Shane Watson had recorded 15 sixes during his innings of 185 not out off 96 balls vs Bangladesh at Dhaka on April 11, 2011.

Updated: November 02, 2013 23:15 IST
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The Statistical Highlights from the 7th ODI between India and Australia in Bangalore:

# India have won a bilateral series over Australia after 27 years (minimum two ODIs) since beating them 3-2 in India in 1986-87.

# India's win by 57 runs is their 40th in 115 matches over Australia (lost 66 and NR 9) - winning % 37.73.

# India have won 20 and lost seven out of 28 played this year in ODIs - winning % 74.07 (NR 1). Their success % is the highest amongst the Test-playing countries this year in ODIs.

# India have won three successive bilateral series in ODIs - 3-2 vs England in 2012-13; 5-0 vs Zimbabwe in 2013 and 3-2 vs Australia in 2013-14.

# India (383/6) have recorded their highest total vs Australia in ODIs, eclipsing the 362 for one at Jaipur on October 16, 2013.

# Overall, the aforesaid total is India's seventh highest in ODIs - the highest being 418 for five vs West Indies at Indore on December 8, 2011.

# Australia's 326 is their highest total while batting second against India - their third highest overall while batting second in ODIs - the highest being 334 for eight vs England at Sydney on February 2, 2011.

# Australia's 326 is their highest losing total while batting second in ODIs

# Australia's five totals of 300-plus is a new record in ODIs.

# The series aggregate in six-match series and sixes tallies are also series records.

# The match has produced 709 runs for the loss of 16 wickets - the second highest in a match involving India and Australia, next only to the 721 for six at Jaipur on October 16, 2013. For the first time, three matches have produced 700-plus in a series in ODIs.

# 19 sixes hit in India's innings is a world record by a team in an ODI. On four previous occasions, 18 sixes were recorded in an innings. Australia equalled India's record with 19 sixes while batting second.

# The match has produced a world record for most sixes (38) - 19 by India and 19 by Australia, eclipsing the 31 recorded in India-New Zealand ODI at christchurch on March 8, 2009.

# Shikhar Dhawan (60 off 57 balls) has posted his fifth fifty in ODIs - his second vs Australia.

# Under Mahendra Singh Dhoni's captaincy, Dhawan is averaging 56.16 - his tally being 674 in 14 innings, including three hundreds and three fifties.

# Dhawan needs nine runs to complete his 1000 runs in ODIs this year - his tally being 991 (ave.55.05) in 20 matches, including four hundreds and four fifties.

# Rohit Sharma, with 16 sixes, has created cricket history by recording most number of sixes in an ODI innings. Shane Watson had recorded 15 sixes during his innings of 185 not out off 96 balls vs Bangladesh at Dhaka on April 11, 2011.

# Rohit is the third player to register a double hundred in ODIs. The first two being Sachin Tendulkar (200 not out vs South Africa at Gwalior on February 24, 2010) and Virender Sehwag (219 vs West Indies at Indore on December 8, 2011.)

# Rohit is the first batsman to post a double hundred vs Australia in ODIs. The previous record was held by Herschelle Gibbs (175 off 111 balls at Johannesburg on March 12, 2006) and Sachin Tendulkar (175 off 141 balls at Hyderabad on November 5, 2009).

# Rohit, for the first time, has registered 1,000 runs or more in a calendar year - 1071 (ave.59.50) in 22 matches. Overall, he is the fourth batsman to accomplish the feat this year in ODIs, joining George Bailey (1098), Virat Kohli (1033) and Misbah-ul-Haq (1017).

# Rohit is the 18th batsman to amass 3000 runs or more for India in ODIs - 3049 at an average of 36.73 in 108 matches.

# Rohit, with his career-best performance in a series (491 at an average of 122.75) has set a world record for the highest run-aggregate in a bilateral series in ODIs.

# Rohit has top-scored in the series on either side. George Bailey's tally of 478 at an average of 95.60 is the second highest in a bilateral series in the history of ODIs.

# Rohit has recorded four hundreds in ODIs - two vs Australia and one each vs Zimbabwe and Sri Lanka.

# Rohit's fifth Man of the Match award in ODIs is his second vs Australia. For the first time, he has been adjudged Man of the Match twice in the same series.

# Rohit has received his third Player of the Series award.

# Dhawan and Sharma were involved in a stand of 112 - India's second highest opening partnership vs Australia at M.Chinnaswamy Stadium, Bangalore in ODIs next only to the 115 between Raman Lamba and Kris Srikkanth on October 27, 1989.

# India's highest opening partnership at this venue is 169 between Sourav Ganguly and Sachin Tendulkar vs New Zealand on May 14, 1997.

# Dhawan and Sharma have recorded six opening partnerships in ODIs - all in 2013 - the only pair to do so this year in ODIs. In fact, Dhawan-Sharma pair became the first to register six century stands for the first wicket in a calendar year.

# For the first time vs Australia in a bilateral series/competition in ODIs, three century partnerships for the first wicket have been recorded.

# Virat Kohli's first duck vs Australia is his eighth in ODIs. The said duck is his fifth in 44 innings in India in ODIs.

# Kohli's aforesaid duck is his second in ODIs this year - the first being the golden duck vs England at Dharamsala on January 27.

# Glenn Maxwell, with a 18-ball fifty, has equalled an Australian record for the quickest fifty in ODIs. Simon O'Donnell had posted a 18-ball half-century during his innings of 74 off 29 balls vs Sri Lanka at Sharjah on May 2, 1990.

# Maxwell's 18-ball fifty is the second quickest in ODI history. Sanath Jayasuriya had taken 17 balls to reach a fifty against Pakistan at Singapore on April 7, 1996.

# Maxwell's aforesaid half-century is the quickest by any batsman vs India in ODIs, eclipsing Shahid Afridi's 20-ball fifty during his innings of 102 off 46 balls at Kanpur on April 15, 2005.

# Maxwell's third fifty vs India is his fifth in ODIs.

# Mahendra Singh Dhoni's 49th fifty in ODIs is his fifth vs Australia.

# Dhoni is averaging 60-plus in ODIs in India - his tally being 3429 (ave.60.15) in 92 matches, including seven hundreds and 18 fifties.

# Dhoni's strike rate of 163.15 (62 off 38 balls) is his best in an innings vs Australia in ODIs. His best ever in an ODI is 194.28 (68 not out off 35 balls) vs South Africa at Gwalior on February 24, 2010. (minimum 50).

# Dhoni and Rohit put on 167 for the fifth wicket - India's highest for this wicket-position vs Australia in ODIs. The said partnership is also the highest for the fifth-wicket in ODIs on Indian soil.

# Clint McKay (10-0-89-1) has earned a dubious distinction by conceding most runs in an innings by an Australian bowler vs India in ODIs

# Nathan Coulter-Nile (10-0-80-0) has recorded his worst bowling performance in ODIs.

# For the second time in an ODI, two Australian bowlers have conceded 80 runs or more - the first instance being Mitchell Johnson (81) and Shane Watson (88) vs New Zealand at Hamilton on February 20, 2007.

# Vinay Kumar (9-0-102-1) has produced his worst bowling performance in ODIs. He is the first Indian bowler to concede 100 runs or more in an innings, obliterating the 88 conceded by Zaheer Khan without taking a wicket off ten overs vs Sri Lanka at Rajkot on December 15, 2009.

# Overall, Vinay is the fifth bowler to concede 100 runs or more in an innings in ODIs, joining Australia's Mick Lewis (113), New Zealand's Martin Snedden (105) and, Tim Southee (105) and Brian Vitori (105).

# James Faulkner's 57-ball hundred is the quickest by an Australian batsman in ODIs, obliterating Matthew Hayden's 66-ball hundred vs South Africa at St.Kitts on March 24, 2007.

# Faulkner's aforesaid hundred is his maiden century in ODIs, obliterating 64 not out vs India at Mohali on October 19, 2013.

# Faulkner is the first Australian number seven batsman to register a hundred in ODIs, eclipsing Michael Hussey's 88 not out off 56 balls vs New Zealand at Christchurch on December 10, 2005.

# Overall, ten centuries have been recorded by number seven batsmen in ODIs.

# Faulkner's strike rate of 158.90 (116 off 73 balls) is the highest by an Australian player against India in ODIs (minimum 100).

# Mohammed Shami took seven wickets at 22.85 runs apiece in three matches - his best performance in a series.

# 115 runs have been scored by India in their last six overs - the highest by a team against a Test-playing nation in an ODI.

# McKay and Faulkner were involved in a ninth-wicket stand of 115 - Australia's first century stand for this wicket position in ODIs.

# The aforesaid partnership is the first century stand for the ninth wicket vs India in ODIs.

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