Statistical Highlights: 2nd ODI, India vs New Zealand

Updated: 01 December 2010 16:22 IST

Following are the statistical highlights of the second ODI between India and New Zealand in Jaipur.

Statistical Highlights: 2nd ODI, India vs New Zealand

Jaipur:

Following are the statistical highlights of the second ODI between India and New Zealand in Jaipur.

# Sreesanth (4/47) became the third Indian bowler after Venkatapathy Raju (4/46 vs.West Indies on November 11, 1994) and Anil Kumble (4/53 vs.Pakistan on March 24, 1999) to bag four wickets in an innings at Sawai Mansingh Stadium, Jaipur.

# Sreesanth's aforesaid bowling figures are the second best at this venue.

# Saha has taken three catches in an innings for the first time in ODIs.

# Gautam Gambhir has posted his eighth hundred in ODIs - his first against New Zealand

# Gambhir has received his tenth Man of the Match award in ODIs - his first against New Zealand.

# Scott Styris' excellent 59 off 56 balls is his fifth fifty against India.

# Styris has recorded 26 fifties apart from four hundreds in ODIs.

# Daniel Vettori (2010 runs at an average of 17.20 + 276 wickets at 30.90 runs apiece in 260 ODIs) is the third New Zealander to complete the double of 2,000 runs  and 200 wickets.  Chris Cairns (4950 + 201 in 215) and Chris Harris (4379 + 203 in 250) have already achieved the distinction.

# Vettori became the twelfth all-rounder to perform the double of 2000 runs and 200 wickets in ODIs.

# Vettori (31) has posted his highest innings against India, bettering the 26 not out at Napier on March 3, 2009.

# Murali Vijay (33) has recorded his highest innings in ODIs, eclipsing the 29 against New Zealand at Guwahati on November 28, 2010.

# India's win by eight wickets is their biggest at Sawai Mansingh Stadium, Jaipur, surpassing the seven-wicket victory over Australia on September 7, 1986

# India have won seven out of eleven played at this venue.

# New Zealand have lost seven games in a row, equalling their unwanted record of losing seven consecutive games for the fourth time.

# Gambhir (138 not out) has recorded his first hundred as captain, surpassing the 38 against New Zealand at Guwahati on November 28, 2010.

# Gambhir's aforesaid knock is the second highest by an Indian captain against New Zealand. Sachin Tendulkar had made an unbeaten 186 at Hyderabad on November 8, 1999.

# Tendulkar is the only Indian skipper to post two hundreds as captain against New Zealand.

# Virat Kohli has posted his first fifty against New Zealand - his ninth in ODIs.

# Kohli has managed 930 (ave.48.94) runs, including three centuries and six fifties, in 22 ODIs in 2010 - the highest for India.

# Kohli's run-aggregate is the third best in ODIs this year, next only to Hashim Amla (1058) and Abraham de Villiers (964).

# Gambhir and Kohli put on 116 - the second best for the second wicket at Sawai Mansingh Stadium, Jaipur, next only to the 117 between Vinod Kambli and Sachin Tendulkar against West Indies at Jaipur on November 11, 1994.

# Martin Guptill (70 off 102 balls) has recorded his highest innings against India, bettering the 64 at Napier on March 3, 2009.

# Guptill's eighth half-century in ODIs is his third  against India.

# Guptill's 70 is his highest score on foreign soil.

# Sreesanth (4/47) has recorded his best bowling performance against New Zealand, eclipsing the 3 for 30 at Guwahati on November 28, 2010.

# Sreesanth's aforesaid performance is his second best in ODIs - the best being the 6 for 55 against England at Indore on April 15, 2006

# Sreesanth has completed 75 wickets (ave.32.04) in 51 matches.



Topics : Cricket India
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