India vs Windies, 2018: 4th ODI – Statistical Highlights
All the major stats and numbers that were recorded during India’s biggest ODI win at home.
Updated - Oct 29, 2018 10:03 pm
India ensured they won’t be losing the series against the Windies by defeating them in the 4th ODI by a 224-run margin to take a 2-1 lead. Rohit Sharma’s marathon knock of 162 propelled India to a huge score as he and Ambati Rayudu (100) shared a double century stand for the 3rd wicket. Chasing 378 to win, Windies lost two of their top three batsmen via direct hits and crumbled to 77/7. Jason Holder’s unbeaten fifty helped the visitors to finish on 153.
All the major stats and numbers that were recorded during India’s biggest ODI win at home:
2 – Rohit Sharma is only the 2nd player to claim as many as three catches in an ODI after scoring 150+. Adam Gilchrist took three catches behind the stumps when he scored 172 against Zimbabwe in the 2004 Hobart ODI. Kumar Sangakkara affected three dismissals (two catches; 1 stumping) when he scored 169 against South Africa in 2013.
More numbers from his innings: List of records Rohit Sharma created with his 162-run knock in the 4th ODI against the Windies
4 – Rohit Sharma is only the 4th player to score a century in an ODI for a couple of times where the opposition scored less than him. Rohit scored 264 in the 2014 Kolkata ODI against Sri Lanka who made only 251.
Viv Richards, AB de Villiers and David Warner are the other three players with multiple ODI centuries where they outscored the opposition.
7 – This is only the 7th ODI game for India where two left-handed bowlers (Khaleel Ahmed and Kuldeep Yadav) took three-wicket hauls in the same innings. The last such instance was in the 2011 CWC game against Ireland (Zaheer Khan and Yuvraj Singh).
11 – All the 11 ODI centuries Rohit Sharma has scored since the start of 2017 have resulted in Indian victories. These are the joint-most number of ODI centuries by an Indian coming on the winning side. Sachin Tendulkar (1998-2000), Virat Kohli (2011-2014) and Virender Sehwag (2003-2011) also had 11 consecutive ODI tons in a winning cause.
24 – Innings Rohit Sharma needed to complete 1000 runs in ODI cricket against the Windies. He is the 4th fastest to complete 1000 ODI against the Windies with the fastest being Hashim Amla (14 innings).
100 – Ambati Rayudu’s century is the first by an Indian other than the top-three in an ODI since January 2017. Last player other than the trio of Rohit-Dhawan-Kohli to score an ODI century for India before Rayudu was Ajinkya Rahane in June 2017.
224 – India’s winning margin of 224-run is their 3rd biggest in ODI cricket and their biggest in a home ODI in terms of runs. They defeated New Zealand by 190 runs in the 2016 Vizag ODI.
The 224-run margin is the 2nd biggest ODI defeat for the Windies behind the 257-run loss against South Africa in the 2015 CWC game.
420 – Virat Kohli’s 420 runs in this series are the most by any player in an ODI series against the Windies. The previous most was 413 runs by Hashim Amla during 2015 home ODI series.