India vs England 2nd Test: Day 4 statistical highlights

Updated: 02 August 2011 11:29 IST

The fourth day of the Trent Bridge Test between India and England was completely dominated by the home side. Here is the list of some of the numbers that played a crucial role.

New Delhi:

The fourth day of the Trent Bridge Test between India and England was completely dominated by the home side. Here is the list of some of the numbers that played a crucial role.

# England have registered their second win in three Tests against India at Trent Bridge.

# Sachin Tendulkar (56 off 86 balls) is the third batsman to record 60 fifties in Tests, joining Allan Border (63) and Rahul Dravid (60).

# Tendulkar has registered 27 fifties in India and 33 away from home.

# Tendulkar's overseas record is splendid in 100 Tests - 8263 at an average of 56.21, including 29 centuries and 33 fifties.

# Tendulkar (541 at 67.62) is the third visiting batsman to amass 500 runs or more at Trent Bridge, joining Vivian Richards (567 at 94.50) and Don Bradman (526 at 75.14 Tests).  All three have played four Tests at this venue.

# Anderson has captured Tendulkar's wicket seven times in eight Tests.  Muttiah Muralitharan has dismissed him most times in Tests - 8 in 19 Tests.

# Stuart Broad (8/76) has recorded his best bowling
figures in a Test match.

# Broad has got his third Man of the Match award for producing his best all-round performance - 108 runs (64 + 44) and eight wickets.

# India's 319-run loss is their biggest in terms of runs against England - their sixth biggest in terms of runs in Tests.

# Dhoni has lost two consecutive Tests for the first time as captain.  Under his captaincy, India have won 15, lost five and drawn nine out of 29 played as captain - winning % 51.72.

# Under Strauss' leadership, England have won 19, lost five and drawn 13 out of 37 played - success % 51.35.

# Tim Bresnan, for the second time in his Test career, got out in the nineties - 91 (a career-best) against Bangladesh at Dhaka last year and 90 against India at Nottingham in the just concluded Test.

# Bresnan (5/48) has recorded his first five-wicket haul, eclipsing the 4 for 50 against Australia at Melbourne in December 2010.

# Praveen Kumar (4/124) has recorded his second best bowling figures in Tests, next only to the 5 for 106 against England at Lord's in the first Test of the series.

# Praveen has captured 25 wickets at an average of 23.96 in first five Tests played by him.

# Praveen has claimed 13 wickets in two Tests at an average of 26.53 -  his best in a Test series, surpassing the 12 (ave.21.16) in three Tests against West Indies in 2011.

# Dhoni has recorded his third duck against England - his sixth in Tests. Of his six ducks, Dhoni has posted five away from home.

# Harbhajan's 46 off 44 balls is his second highest in Tests against England in England - his highest is 54 off 37 balls at Trent Bridge in August 2002.

# Sreesanth has posted his first duck against England - his ninth in Tests.

# Rahul Dravid has registered three hundreds in a losing cause in Tests.  For the first time in two consecutive Tests, he figures in a losing cause despite registering hundreds - 103 not out at Lord's and 117 at Nottingham.

Topics : Cricket England West Indies Australia India Trent Bridge, Nottingham India in England, 2011
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