Sunday, November 3, 2013

India vs Australia 2013 Series - 7th ODI

Australia in India ODI Series - 7th ODI
India v Australia
India won by 57 runs
ODI no. 3428 | 2013/14 season
Played at M Chinnaswamy Stadium, Bangalore
2 November 2013 - day/night (50-over match)
Here are all the records made in today's match

# Rohit became the 3rd batsman after Sachin and Sehwag to score a double hundred in ODIs.

# Rohit's 209 is the highest individual ODI innings against Australia. The previous best of 175 was held by Tendulkar and Gibbs.

# Rohit (16) broke Watson's record (15) of most sixes in an innings.

# India (383/6) scored their highest total in an ODI against Australia and became the first team to score more than 350 3 times in the same series.

# Rohit scored 1000 ODI runs in a calender year for the 1st time besides bringing up 3000 runs in his career.

# The 36 sixes hit in the match is the most ever in an ODI. The previous highest was 31.

# Rohit's 4th ODI hundred was his second of the series.

# Rohit became the 4th batsman after Bailey, Misbah & Kohli to reach 1000 runs in 2013.

# Before this series, no batsman had scored two centuries in an ODI series between India and Australia. Kohli and Rohit finished with two each.

# Rohit & Dhawan added 112 for the 1st wicket, their 3rd of the series & sixth this year, a record by an opening pair.

# Rohit and Dhawan put on a 100-plus stand for the third time against Australia. That is the most by any opening pair.

# Rohit went past Tendulkar's record of most runs by an Indian in a bilateral series. Rohit finished with 491 from six innings.

# The Indian innings contained a total of 19 sixes. The highest before that was 18 (on four occasions) and India had done so twice

# India blasted 19 sixes. The highest in an inning before that was 18 (on four occasions) and India had done so twice.

# Faulkner got to his maiden 100 off just 57 balls. It was the fastest by an Australian in ODIs.

# Maxwell's 18-ball fifty equaled the fastest ever by an Australia.

# Vinay became the 1st Indian to concede over 100 runs in ODI.










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