3rd ODI: Statistical highlights from West Indies' win

West Indies defeated India by 16 runs in the third ODI at Motera on Monday. A look at the statistical highlights from the day.

Updated: December 05, 2011 23:27 IST
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Ahmedabad: West Indies defeated India by 16 runs in the third ODI at Motera on Monday. A look at the statistical highlights from the day.

# West Indies have recorded their fourth win in five ODIs against India at Motera.

# Overall West Indies have won five games out of seven contested at Motera.

# West Indies (260/5) have recorded their second highest total against India at Motera, next only to the 324 for four on November 15, 2002.

# Andre Russell's strike rate of 222.22 (40 not out off 18 balls) is his highest in ODIs when he has scored atleast ten runs.

# Russell's aforesaid innings is his third highest in ODIs, next only to the 92 not out off 64 balls against India at North Sound on June 11, 2011 and 49 off 46 balls against England at Chennai on March 17, 2011.

# Russell enjoys an outstanding strike rate in ODIs - 124.50 - 254 runs off 204 balls in eleven innings, three times not out, at an average of 31.75 in 14 matches.

# Marlon Samuels (58 off 93 balls) has registered his sixth fifty against India - his 22nd in ODIs.

# Samuels' 58 is the third highest for the West Indies against India at Motera - the top two innings being 140 by Chris Gayle and 99 not out by Ramnaresh Sarwan - both in the same match on November 15, 2002.

# Darren Sammy's strike rate of 241.17 (41 not out off 17 balls) is his highest against India - the second highest overall, next only to the 241.66 (58 not out off 24 balls) against South Africa at North Sound on May 24, 2010.

# Sammy's highest innings against India is his fourth best in ODIs - his only two fifties in this format are against South Africa - one each at North Sound and Centurion.

# Sammy's career batting average (19.86) is far from satisfactory but his strike rate (97.67) is quite impressive indeed!

# Sammy and Russell put on unbroken stand of 79 for the sixth wicket off just 34 balls at a run rate of 13.94 - the said run-rate is the highest by a West Indies pair for any wicket against India (minimum ten runs).

# Parthiv Patel's 39 is his highest under Virender Sehwag's captaincy, obliterating the 27 against Bangladesh at Dhaka on April 16, 2003.

# Virender Sehwag's second duck against West Indies is his 13th in ODIs.

# Sehwag has registered his first duck as captain in ODIs. He is averaging 19.80 as captain - 198 runs in ten innings.

# Gautam Gambhir has averaged 15.63 against the West Indies in ODIs - 172 in eleven innings, including a fifty - 69 off 75 balls at Nagpur on January 21, 2007.

# Gambhir's third duck against the West Indies is his ninth in ODIs.

# Gambhir is averaging 5.33 in the present series - 16 runs in three innings.

# Rohit Sharma is the top run-scorer in the present India-West Indies series - 257 at an average of 128.50.

# Rohit has become the first batsman to register three successive fifties in the present series - 72 at Cuttack, 90 not out at Visakhapatnam and 95 at Motera.

# Rohit's feat of three successive fifites is his first in ODIs.

# Excluding his 0 (retired hurt) against England at Chester-le-Street on September 3, 2011, Rohit has actually recorded four fifties in a row in ODIs.

# The top two West Indian bowlers in ODIs in 2011 are - Ravi Rampaul (28) and Kemar Roach (27).

# Rohit has recorded eleven fifties in ODIs - six against the West Indies, including four in a row commencing from his innings of 57 at Kingston on June 16, 2011.

# Rohit's 95 off 100 balls is the second highest for India against the West Indies at Motera, next only to 109 not out by Rahul Dravid on November 15, 2002.

# Rohit has taken his run-aggregate in the series to 257 at an average of 128.50 in three ODIs. In two successive series against the West Indies, he has similar tallies and the averages.

# Virat Kohli (1278 at an average of 45.64 in 32 ODIs) needs just 38 runs to overtake Jonathan Trott's tally of 1315 at an average of 52.60 in 29 matches.

# The top six run-getters in ODIs in 2011 are Trott (1315), Kohli (1278), Watson (1139), Sangakkara (1127), Mohammad Hafeez (1075) and Mahela Jayawardene (1032).

# Ravichandran Ashwin (31) has registered his highest innings against the West Indies, obliterating the 15 at North Sound on June 13, 2011.

# Ashwin's highest score in ODIs is 38 against Sri Lanka at Harare on June 5, 2010.

# Rohit and Ashwin, with their seventh-wicket partnership of 91, have established an Indian record against the West Indies at Motera, outstripping the 49 between Mahendra Singh Dhoni and Harbhajan Singh on October 26, 2006.

# The highest partnership by any pair for India against West Indies at Motera is 103 for the third wicket between Rahul Dravid and VVS Laxman on November 15, 2002.

# The 91-run partnership between Rohit Sharma and Ravichandran Ashwin, in fact, is the highest for India against the West Indies for the seventh wicket in ODIs,
bettering the 88 (unbroken) between Rohit Sharma and Harbhajan Singh at North Sound on June 11, 2011.

# Abhimanyu Mithun (23) has posted his second highest innings in ODIs - his highest is 24 off 23 balls against South Africa at this venue on February 27, 2010.

# Umesh Yadav (11 not out) has recorded his highest innings in ODIs, surpassing the 6 not out at Cuttack on November 29, 2011.

# Umesh Yadav is yet to be dismissed in the ODIs.

# The 28-run tenth wicket stand between Mithun and Yadav is India's highest against the West Indies at Motera.

# Ravi Rampaul (4/57), for the third time against India, has claimed four wickets or more in an innings - his best is 5 for 51 at Chennai on March 20, 2011.

# Rampaul has bagged four wickets or more seven times in ODIs.

# Rampual has received his second Man of the Match award in ODIs - both against India.

# Rohit has averaged 75.57 against the West Indies in ODIs - 529 in eleven innings, including six fifties.

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