India vs West Indies 3rd Test: Day 3 Statistical Highlights

Statistical highlights of the third day of the third Test match between India and West Indies.

updated: November 24, 2011 18:25 IST
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New Delhi: Statistical highlights of the third day of the third Test match between India and West Indies.

# Rahul Dravid has become the second batsman in the history of Test Cricket to complete 13,000 runs, achieving the feat in his 277th innings (160 Tests).

# Tendulkar, the first batsman to accomplish the aforesaid feat, had completed 13,000 runs in 266 innings (163 Tests).

# Dravid has become the first batsman to amass 1,000 runs in Tests in 2011 - 1034 at an average of 60.82 in 20 innings (11 Tests).

# Dravid, for the third time in his glittering Test career, has registered 1,000 runs or more in a calendar year. He had aggregated 1357 at an average of 59.00 in 16 Tests in 2002 and 1095 at an average of 60.83 in 12 Tests.

# Dravid has posted his fifth innings of 50-plus at Wankhede Stadium. His tally includes 100 not out (retired hurt) against the West Indies in October 2002 - a Test won by India by an innings and 112 runs.

# Dravid's 62nd Test fifty is his 13th against the West Indies.

# Dravid's aggregate of 1945 (ave.64.83) in 23 Tests is the second highest by an Indian batsman against the West Indies, next only to Sunil Gavaskar - 2749 (ave.65.45) in 27 Tests.

# Ravichandran Ashwin (5/156) has recorded his second five-wicket analysis in Tests - his career-best is 6 for 47 in the Delhi Test.

# Ashwin's tally of 18 wickets at 26.11 runs apiece is a new record by an Indian bowler in a three-Test series on debut.

# Ashwin is the fifth Indian bowler to capture five wickets or more in an innings against West Indies at Wankhede Stadium, joining Harbhajan Singh (7 for 48 in October 2002), Venkatapathy Raju (5 for 60 in November 1994), Bhagwat Chandrasekhar (5 for 116 in December 1978) and Shivlal Yadav (5 for 131 in November 1983).

# West Indies' 590 is the third highest total recorded at Wankhede Stadium - the top two being 604 for six wickets declared by West Indies against India in January 1975 and India's 591 against England in February 1993.

# West Indies have recorded 590 or more eight times against India in Tests. West Indies have won three and drawn four when they scored more than 590 against India.

# Darren Bravo has aggregated 356 runs at an average of 71.20 in five innings in the present series, including two hundreds - the most on either side in the series.

# The aforesaid performance is Bravo's career-best in a Test series, obliterating the 233 (ave.77.66) in the two-Test series against Bangladesh in 2011-12 - just prior to the India-West Indies series.

# Jimmy Adams (520 at an average of 173.33 in 1994-95) holds a West Indian record for most runs in a three-Test series against India.

# Gautam Gambhir (55) has registered his highest innings at Wankhede Stadium. In the 2004-05 Test at this venue against Australia, he had made 3 & 1.

# Gambhir's 18th Test fifty is his second against the West Indies.

# Gambhir is averaging 45.75 in the present series - 183 in four innings, including two fifties.

# Virender Sehwag (37), playing in his 10th Test against the West Indies, has aggregated 828 runs at an average of 51.75, including two hundreds and four fifties.

# Sehwag (7920) needs 80 runs to complete his 8,000 runs in Tests.

# Sehwag's performance so far this year is far from satisfactory - 250 runs (ave.25.00) in ten innings, including two fifties - both against West Indies at Feroz Shah Kotla.

# Gambhir and Sehwag put on their fourth successive fifty-plus stand for the opening wicket in the present series - 89 & 51 at Feroz Shah Kotla, 66 at Eden Gardens and 67 at Wankhede Stadium.

# As an opening pair, Gambhir and Sehwag have aggregated 3835 at an average of 58.10 in 69 innings. The pair has recorded ten century stands apart from 23 fifty-plus - the most by an Indian opening pair.

# Sachin Tendulkar has completed his 800 runs at Wankhede Stadium - 801 in 9 Tests at an average of 57.21, including one century and seven fifties.

# Tendulkar, with his 63rd fifty (67 not out), has emulated Allan Border's tally. Both now share a world record for most fifties in Tests.