Statistical highlights from Day 5 at The Oval

Updated: 22 August 2011 20:53 IST

India's defeat against England on Monday threw up some interesting numbers. A look at the day's highlights as England officially became the Number 1 Test side with the 4-0 win.

Statistical highlights from Day 5 at The Oval
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New Delhi:

India's defeat against England on Monday threw up some interesting numbers. A look at the day's highlights as England officially became the Number 1 Test side with the 4-0 win.

# India have suffered their seventh white-wash - their fourth against England.

# India have lost eleven Tests by an innings margin to England - the most against one opponent.

# Amit Mishra (84) has posted his career-best innings - his second fifty in Tests.

# Mishra's innings is the second highest by a night watch-man for India, next only to Syed Kirmani's 101 not out against Australia in the 1979-80 Mumbai Test.

# Mishra's previous highest in Tests was 50 against Bangladesh at Chittagong in January 2010.

# Amit Mishra (43 & 84) has aggregated 127 - the most by him in a Test match, surpassing the 64 (14 & 50) against Bangladesh at Chittagong in January 2010.

# Amit Mishra has averaged 38.25 in the series - the second best for India in the Pataudi Trophy 2011, next only to the 76.83 by Rahul Dravid.

# Sachin Tendulkar (91) has registered his highest (third fifty) innings at The Oval - his first two were 54 in 2002 and 82 in 2007.

# With his 61st fifty, Sachin has equalled Rahul Dravid's tally of fifties.

# Of his nine dismisisals in the nervous nineties, four have been recorded by Tendulkar against England - two at Trent Bridge and one each at Bangalore and at The Oval.

# Sachin's tally of 9 dismissals is exceeded only by Rahul Dravid and Steve Waugh - 10 each.  Michael Slater also recorded 9 innings in the nineties.

# The first session on the fifth day is the first instance in the Pataudi Trophy 2011 when India did not lose a single wicket.

# Tendulkar and Mishra have brought up only the second century stand of the series for India, eclipsing the 128 for the fifth wicket between Rahul Dravid and Yuvraj Singh at Trent Bridge.

# The 144-run stand between Tendulkar and Mishra is India's highest for the fourth wicket against England at The Oval, obliterating the 139 between Mohammad Azharuddidn and Ravi Shastri in 1990.

# Graeme Swann (6/106) has produced his best bowling figures against India.

# Swann's first five-wicket haul against India is his 11th in Tests.

# Swann's figures of 6 for 106 are the second best in Tests, next only to the 6 for 65 against Pakistan at Birmingham in August 2010.

# Swann has completed 150 wickets in Tests - 153 at an average of 28.82 in 36 Tests.

# Suresh Raina is the eighth Indian player to register a PAIR against England, joining Bishan Singh Bedi (twice), Virender Sehwag, Vijay Hazare, Surendranath, Pankaj Roy, Bhagwat Chandrasekhar and G.S.Ramchand.

# Raina started the Test series against England with a duck at Lord's and ended with a Pair at The Oval.

# Raina's third duck against England is his fifth in Tests.

# Matt Prior, with 17 dismissals, has established a record for most dismissals in a Test series in England-India Tests.

# RP Singh's second duck against England is his seventh in Tests.

# Stuart Broad has produced his best bowling performance in a Test series - 25 at an average of 13.84.  He has finished as the leading wicket-taker in the series.

# Broad has been adjudged the Player of the series for the first time.  Apart from his 25 wickets, he has aggregated 182 at an average of 60.66.

# Ian Bell has got his third Man of the Match award - his first against India for posting a career-best 235.

# Rahul Dravid has been adjudged the Player of the series for the fourth time - twice against England and once each against Australia and the West Indies.

# Dravid has top-scored for India in the series - 461 at an average of 76.83.

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