Nagpur: Following are the statistical highlights of the third day of the fourth and final cricket Test between India and Australia here.
Simon Katich (102 off 189 balls) recorded his fifth Test century - his second against India. Katich has amassed 652 runs at an average of 59.27 in seven Tests this year, including three centuries. Katich has aggregated 333 runs at an average of 55.50, including one century and two fifties, in the present series. This is his second best performance in a test series in terms of run-aggregate - his best being the 2003-04 Test series against India, making 353 runs at an average of 70.60, including one century and two fifties. Mike Hussey's 12th Test fifty (90) is his third against India. He is the leading run-getter for Australia in the ongoing series against India - 375 at 62.50, including one century and three fifties. For the first time in his career, Zaheer Khan has claimed more than 10 wickets (11) in a home series, surpassing his tally of 10 (ave.36.80) in the 2004-05 four-Test series against Australia. Katich and Hussey put on 155 runs for the third wicket - Australia's best stand for this wicket-position in the present series. Ishant Sharma took his 100th wicket in First-class cricket today, his victim being Michael Clarke. Cameron White (46) posted his highest Test score, bettering his 44 in the third Test at Delhi.