India vs Zimbabwe Stats: Virat Kohli has highest average in run chases

Updated: 28 July 2013 19:44 IST

Kohli is the only batsman to have averaged 60-plus in chases (minimum 2000 runs) - his tally being 2915 at an average of 60.72, including 25 innings of fifty-plus - 9 hundreds and 16 fifties.

India vs Zimbabwe Stats: Virat Kohli has highest average in run chases
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Statistical Highlights form the game between India and Zimbabwe:

# India have taken a 3-0 lead over Zimbabwe in a bilateral series - their first such instance in Zimbabwe. For the first time in a bilateral series in Zimbabwe, India have won three ODIs.

# Zimbabwe have lost their 100th game out of 150 played at home (Won 45, Tied 2 & NR 3). The tally includes eleven defeats out of fifteen to India.

# Virat Kohli's first fifty vs Zimbabwe is his 24th in ODIs. As captain, he has recorded two hundreds and a fifty in ODIs.

# Kohli is the only batsman to have averaged 60-plus in chases (minimum 2000 runs) - his tally being 2915 at an average of 60.72, including 25 innings of fifty-plus - 9 hundreds and 16 fifties.

# Vusi Sibanda has registered his second duck vs India - his 13th in ODIs. He had first recorded a duck vs India at Perth on February 3, 2004.

# Vinay Kumar has captured just two wickets in four matches at an average of 76.50 in ODIs in 2013.

# Mohammad Shami (2/25) has produced his best bowling performance in ODIs.

# Since posting 65 off 62 balls, Brendan Taylor has failed to reach a fifty in his last nine innings. His performance in ODIs in 2013 is his worst, aggregating 154 in nine innings at an average of 17.11.

# Hamilton Masakadza (38) is averaging 27.85 in seven matches vs India - his aggregate being 195, including a fifty - 66 at Harare on June 3, 2010.

# Amit Mishra's tally of nine wickets at 15.11 runs apiece in three matches is the highest by an Indian bowler in a bilateral series in Zimbabwe in ODIs.

# Mishra's figures of four for 47 are his second best in ODIs - his only previous four-wicket haul is four for 31 vs West Indies at Port of Spain on June 8, 2011.

# Mishra is the fourth Indian bowler after Irfan Pathan (five), Ajit Agarkar, Jaydev Unadkat to bag four wickets or more vs Zimbabwe at Harare in ODIs.

# Mishra has been adjudged the Man of the Match for the first time in ODIs.

# In twelve Indian victories, Mishra has captured 22 wickets at an average of 20.95, including two four-wicket hauls.

# Sean Williams (45 off 53 balls) has registered his highest score vs India in ODIs.

# Malcolm Waller's third duck in ODIs is his first vs India. He is averaging 1.33 in the present series - four runs in three innings.

# Dinesh Karthik has effected four dismisals in an ODI for the first time.

# Rohit Sharma is averaging 11.66 in the present series - 35 runs in three innings.

# Since posting 114 vs Zimbabwe on May 28, 2010 and 101 not out vs Sri Lanka on May 30, 2010 - both at Bulawayo, Rohit has managed 13, 32, 20, 1 & 14 in his next five innings in ODIs in Zimbabwe.

# Ambati Rayudu (33) has posted his second highest score in ODIs, next only to the 63 not out at Harare on July 24, 2013.

# Rayudu is averaging 50.50 in ODIs - his tally being 101 in three innings.

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