Bollinger has been adjudged the Man of the Match for the second time in his career. Bollinger became the third Australian bowler to claim five wickets in an innings against India in India, joining Damien Fleming (5/36 in Mumbai on February 27, 1996) and Mitchell Johnson (5/26 at Vadodara on October 11, 2007). Bollinger is the bowler to claim five wickets in an innings against India at Nehru Stadium, Guwahati. Hitherto India's Robin Singh (5/22 vs. Sri Lanka in 1997) was the only bowler to record a five-wicket haul at this venue. Sachin Tendulkar is now the first player to amass 3,000 runs against an opponent, aggregating 3005 at an average of 46.23 in 67 games against Australia. Ravindra Jadeja's 57 is his second in ODIs - his first against Australia - his second in ODIs. Gautam Gambhir has recorded his first duck against Australia - his sixth in ODIs. Suresh Raina has posted his third duck this year - his first duck against Australia is his fifth in ODIs. Australia's 4-2 series triumph is their third in succession (minimum two matches) - 3-2 vs. Pakistan in UAE in 2008-09; 6-1 vs England in England in 2009 and 4-2 vs. India in India in 2009-10. Australia have now won three successive bilateral series in India in 2000-01; 2007-08 and 2008-09. India's 170 is their second lowest total at this venue. India had registered 135 against West Indies on December 23, 1987. Doug Bollinger's outstanding figures of 5/35 are his best against India, equalling his previous best performance. At Abu Dhabi on May 1, 2009, he had recorded similar figures against Pakistan. Praveen's excellent knock of 54 not out is his maiden fifty in ODIs. Praveen has established a record in the process, becoming the first Indian to make a fifty while batting at No.9 against Australia. The said outstanding knock is the second best by any player, while batting at No.9 position against Australia, next only to the 64 by West Indian, Michael Holding at Perth on February 5, 1984. Praveen became the first batsman from India to post a fifty on Indian soil while batting at No.9 position Both Watson and Dhoni have completed 1,000 runs this year. The first batsman to make 300 runs in the present series is Michael Hussey - 313 (ave.104.33), including three fifties.