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Ind vs Aus (3rd ODI): Stat review: Kohli’s Record Galore Ton In Ranchi
By Aditya Pratap - Mar 8, 2019 11:41 pm
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Australia has finally managed to deliver the winning punch after giving a tough fight to India in the first two One-Day International matches. The visitors have won the third ODI in Ranchi by 32 runs after a fine show in both departments. First, Aaron Finch found his form with the bat and shared a mammoth 193-run opening stand with Usman Khawaja, who raced to his maiden ODI ton in the process. Australia scored 313/5 in allotted 50 overs.

Virat Kohli

Aussie bowlers backed their batsmen’s effort with a good display with the ball and dismissed three Indian batsmen inside the first power play. Jhye Richardson, Pat Cummins, and Adam Zampa took three wickets apiece and dismissed India for 281.

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Have a look at the key stats from Ranchi ODI;

  • The second occasion in the last one year, where openers have put on 150+ against India in ODIs. Hong Kong’s Nizakat Khan and Anshuman Rath had put on 174 at Dubai 18 Sep 2018 in Asia Cup.
  • Australian captains to be dismissed in the 90s in ODIs in India:

Allan Border (Srinagar, Rajkot, 1986)

George Bailey (Jaipur, Ranchi, 2013)

Aaron Finch* (Ranchi, 2019)

  • Most ODI wickets after 42 matches…

96 – Rashid Khan

85 – Mitchell Starc/Kuldeep Yadav

80 – Shane Bond

  • Virat Kohli now 12th ODI captain (& also the quickest) to aggregate 4000 runs and the 4th Indian to do so!

Fewest innings to 4000 ODI runs as captain

63 Virat Kohli (4096)

77 AB de Villiers

100 MS Dhoni

103 S Ganguly

106 S Jayasuriya

  • Virat Kohli completed 500 ODI runs in 2019 in just nine games (584 runs)

Also Read: Sourav Ganguly doesn’t want Dhoni to retire after the World Cup

  • Indian players to hit 350-plus sixes in international cricket:

MS Dhoni

Rohit Sharma*

Rohit became only the 6th player and the 2nd Indian to hit 350 International sixes. He is the quickest among the six players to smash 350 sixes as he reached it 331 innings. Shahid Afridi was the previous quickest having needed 367 innings.

  • Most sixes for India in ODIs:

217 – MS Dhoni*

216 – Rohit Sharma

195 – Sachin Tendulkar

189 – Sourav Ganguly

153 – Yuvraj Singh

  • Dhoni’s scores at Ranchi in International cricket: 10*, 11, 9*, 26
  • Virat Kohli’s Ranchi ODI century –

41st ODI 100

8th against Australia

19h in India

28th in Asia

3rd in 2019

19th as captain

2nd at Ranchi

                45th in List A (surpassed Graham Gooch)

  • Sixth century while chasing against Australia for Kohli – the most by any batsman against the opposition in ODIs
Virat Kohli
  • Most 100s vs an opponent in ODIs:

9 S Tendulkar vs Aus

8 S Tendulkar vs SL/ V Kohli vs SL/ V Kohli v Aus *

  • Highest career batting average reached in ODIs (100+ innings):

62.13 M Bevan (Inngs# 102)

60.08 V KOHLI (#217) *

56.88 V Richards (#100)

56.73 H Amla (#108)

54.90 M Hussey (#107)

54.56 AB de Villiers (#192)

  • Most centuries against an opponent:

15 – Virat Kohli against Australia

17 – Sachin Tendulkar against Sri Lanka

20 – Sachin Tendulkar against Australia

  • Kohli achieved an average of 60+ for the first time in his ODI career at the end of a game. He has now batted 217 innings; the highest number of innings after which a player had 60+ ODI batting average. Michael Bevan had 60+ ODI batting average after 109 innings.