England vs India 2018, 1st ODI – Statistical Highlights
All the major stats and numbers during India’s comprehensive win in the series opener.
Published - Jul 13, 2018 1:28 am | Updated - Jul 13, 2018 1:28 am
India made a strong start in the ODIs outplaying England both with bat and ball just like how they started the T20I series as they cruised to an 8-wicket win in the Nottingham ODI. Kuldeep Yadav brought India back into the game just when England were flying towards yet another record total in Trent Bridge. The wrist spinner took six for 25 runs in his 10 overs without conceding a boundary. India chased down the 269-run target in only 40.1 overs as Rohit Sharma scored an unbeaten 137.
All the major stats and numbers that cropped up during India’s comprehensive win in the series opener:
3 – Virat Kohli now has been stumped out on three occasions in International cricket all in the ODI format. The other two instances were in 2010 and 2011 respectively against Bangladesh and the Windies.
6/25 – Kuldeep Yadav became the first chinaman spinner to take a 6-wicket haul in ODI cricket. His bowling figures are the best for a left-arm spinner in this format surpassing Murali Karthik’s 6/27 against Australia in 2007.
6/25 – Kuldeep’s 6/25 are the 4th best bowling figures by an Indian in ODI cricket. His bowling figures are the best for any spinner in an ODI in England.
10 – Number of 150+ partnerships between Virat Kohli and Rohit Sharma in ODI cricket. Only Sachin Tendulkar and Sourav Ganguly pair (12) have more 150+ stands in this format.
14 – The 14 century partnerships between Rohit and Kohli pair are the 2nd most by an Indian pair in ODI cricket after 26 100-run stands between Sachin Tendulkar and Sourav Ganguly pair.
18 – Rohit Sharma’s century in this game is his 18th in ODI format and 16th while opening the innings. Only Sachin Tendulkar (45) and Sourav Ganguly (19) scored more ODI tons while opening.
50 – This match was Virat Kohli’s 50th game as captain in ODI format. His 39 wins are the joint-most for any player in their first 50 ODIs as captain.
102 – Ben Stokes’ 102-ball fifty is the slowest by an England player in the last 13 years. His fifty is the 2nd slowest ODI fifty by an England player in the 21st century behind Paul Collingwood’s 108-ball fifty in 2005.
137* – Rohit Sharma’s unbeaten 137 in this game is the highest individual ODI score by an Indian against England in England. Rohit surpassed Virat Kohli’s 107 from the 2011 Cardiff ODI.