Following are the statistical highlights of the second One-Day International match between India and New Zealand at Wellington on Friday.
Sachin Tendulkar posted his eighth fifty against New Zealand - his 91st in ODIs.
Tendulkar recorded his first fifty after a gap of 12 innings in New Zealand. After posting two successive fifties against New Zealand in New Zealand - 82 off 49 balls at Auckland on March 27, 1984 and 63 off 75 balls at Wellington on March 30, 1984, he got hs first fifty in 13 innings.
Tendulkar's 61 off 69 balls is his best innings at this venue. In his previous game against New Zealand on January 8, 2003, at Westpac Stadium, he had failed to open his account.
Sachin's 61 off 69 balls is the highest individual innings for India at this venue.
Sachin has extended his record for the highest run-aggregate in Day/Night matches - 7021 (ave. 45.29) in 172 ODIs, including 21 centuries and 36 fifties.
Sehwag and Tendulkar were involved in a 76-run stand for the first wicket - India's highest for any wicket at this venue, eclipsing the 44 for the 8th wicket between Yuvraj Singh and Zaheer Khan on January 8, 2003.
Gautam Gambhir and Tendulkar were associated in a stand of 63 - a record for India for the second wicket at this venue, eclipsing the 19 between Sehwag and Dinesh Mongia on January 8, 2003.
India's 188 for four is their highest at Westpac Stadium, beating their 169 for eight off 43.2 overs against New Zealand on January 8, 2003.
Virender Sehwag recorded his third fifty against New Zealand - his 35th in ODIs.
Yuvraj Singh posted his third duck against New Zealand -his 12th in ODIs.