India vs West Indies, Day 5: Statistical highlights

The statistical highlights from the fifth day's play in the third Test at the Wankhede Stadium in Mumbai.

updated: November 26, 2011 18:42 IST
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Mumbai: The statistical highlights from the fifth day's play in the third Test at the Wankhede Stadium in Mumbai.

# The drawn Test at Wankhede is the 44th between the two countries out of 88 played i.e. 50%. India have won 14 and West Indies 30.

# Darren Bravo is the second West Indian player to amass 400 runs or more in a three-Test series against India in India - 404 at an average of 67.33. Jimmy Adams was the first to achieve the distinction, managing 520 runs (ave.173.33) in the 1994-95 series. His tally included two hundreds and two fifties.

# With a convincing 2-0 series triumph, India, for the first time, have registered four consecutive series
wins over West Indies - their previous three series victories were 2-0 in 2002-03 in India; 1-0 in 2006 and 1-0 in 2011, both in the West Indies.

# West Indies have not won a series overseas during the last 15 years against a strong nation - their only victories being against Bangladesh and Zimbabwe. Their last series win away from home against a major side was by 1-0 against New Zealand in February 1995.

# Bravo became the sixth batsman overall to aggregate 400 runs in a three-Test series against India in India. Besides Adams and Bravo, Australia's Matthew Hayden and three Pakistanis - Younis Khan, Misbah-ul-Haq and Inzamam-ul-Haq have accomplished the feat. Hayden had managed 549 at an average of 109.80 in the 2000-01 series in India - the most by a visiting batsman in a three-Test series in India.

# The top six batsmen in terms of run-aggregate in the series are - Bravo (404), Rahul Dravid (319), VVS Laxman (298), Virender Sehwag (245), Kirk Edwards (227) and Sachin Tendulkar (218).

# Pragyan Ojha (6/47) has produced his career-best figures in a Test innings, obliterating the 6 for 72 at the Feroz Shah Kotla in the just concluded series.

# Ojha, for the first time, has bagged the first five wickets to fall in a Test innings.

# Ojha, for the first time in a Test series, has captured 20 wickets at an impressive average of 22.50.

# Ojha, with his excellent performance in the series, has improved his Test record - 62 wickets in 14 Tests at an average of 34.62, including two five-wicket hauls.

# Ojha, during the course of his career-best figures, completed his 50 wickets in ten Tests in India at an average of 30.12.

# Marlon Samuels has registered his seventh duck in Tests - his third against India - his second in the just concluded series.

# Ravichandran Ashwin is the top wicket-taker in the series - 22 at an average of 22.90.

# Ashwin's match figures of 9 for 190 are his second best in a Test match, next only to the 9 for 128 in the Feroz Shah Kotla Test.

# Ashwin's tally of 22 wickets is the most by an Indian bowler in a three-Test series and the third best overall for India. Dilip Doshi had claimed 27 wickets (ave.23.33) in a six-Test series against Australia in 1979-80 while Shivlal Yadav had captured 24 wickets at an average of 24.04 in the five Tests in the same series. Both Doshi and Yadav had performed the feats on debut while Kapil Dev was the leading wicket-taker in that series - 28 at an average of 22.29.

# Ravi Rampaul's second duck against India is his fifth in Tests.

# Rahul Dravid has set a record for aggregating most runs in the fourth innings - 1540 at an average of 41.62 in 55 innings, overtaking Sachin Tendulkar's tally of 1518 at an average of 38.92 in 54 innings.

# Dravid has taken his aggregate to 1067 at an average of 59.27 in 21 innings (11 Tests) in 2011. His tally includes five centuries and three fifties.

# Virender Sehwag (60) has registered his 30th Test fifty - his fifth against the West Indies.

# Sehwag (7980 at 52.15 in 92 Tests) needs 20 runs to complete his 8000 runs in Tests.

# Since posting 63 against South Africa at Centurion in December 2010, Sehwag's 60 off 65 balls is his highest score in 13 innings.

# VVS Laxman's record against the West Indies is quite impressive - 1715 runs in 22 Tests at an average of 57.16, including four centuries and eleven fifties.

# West Indies were dismissed for 134 in the second innings - the difference of 456 from their first innings score of 590 is the fourth largest in a Test match.

# Virat Kohli (63) has recorded his career-best innings in Tests - his second fifty.

# Kohli, for the first time, has registered a fifty in each innings of a Test match - 52 & 63.

# 1448 runs have been scored in the Wankhede Test for the loss of 39 wickets - the highest run-aggregate achieved by India and West Indies in India - the second highest overall between the two countries, next only to the 1478 at an average of 38 wickets at Port of Spain in April 1971. Interestingly, both teams managed 724 runs each in the Mumbai Test - WI 590 + 134 and India 482 + 242.

# Ravichandran Ashwin has received his second man-of-the-match award besides getting his first Player of the series award.