Nagpur: Following are the statistical highlights of the fourth day's play of the fourth and final Test match between India and Australia on Sunday.
Jason Krejza (12/358) became the fourth Australian bowler to capture 12 wickets in a Test match against India. Allan Davidson was the first Australian to accomplish the feat - 12/124 at Kanpur in 1959-60, followed by Bruce Reid - 12/126 at Melbourne in 1991-92 and Geoff Dymock -12/166 at Kanpur in 1979-80. Krejza recorded the fourth best bowling figures by a bowler on debut after India's Narendra Hirwani - 16/136 against West Indies at Chennai in 1987-88, Australia's Bob Massie's 16 for 137 against England at Lord's in 1972 and England's Fred Martin's 12 for 102 for England against Australia at The Oval in 1890. Sourav Ganguly became the seventh player to have recorded a century in the first Test and a duck in the final, joining Harry Graham (Australia), Jackie Mills (NZ), Billy Griffith (Eng.), A.G.Kripal Singh (India), Frank Hayes (England) and Greg Blewett (Australia). Brett Lee is now the leading wicket-taker for Australia against India - 53 wickets at 31.98 runs apiece in 12 Tests, outstripping Richie Benaud's tally of 52 wickets at 18.38 runs apiece in 8 Tests. Dhoni (307 at an average of 61.40) became the sixth Indian batsman to aggregate 300 runs in a series, including his first instance of four fifties in a series - all four as skipper. Virender Sehwag (66 & 92) has registered two 50-plus knocks for the third time in a Test match - the first two instances were 63 & 151 against Australia at Adelaide in 2007-08 and an unbeaten 201 & 50 against Sri Lanka at Galle in 2008. Sehwag recorded 92 off 107 balls at a strike rate of 85.98 - his 17th Test fifty is his seventh against Australia. Rahul Dravid has averaged 17.14 in the present series -120 in seven innings. During the calendar year 2008, Dravid has averaged 30.09 - 662 runs, including one century and four fifties in 13 Tests. Harbhajan Singh's sixth fifty is his fourth against Australia.