|77 Is the score of MS Dhoni which is also the highest score made by any Indian captain at this ground. Dhoni has erased the record M.A. K. Pataudi who scored 47 in the...|
77 Is the score of MS Dhoni which is also the highest score made by any Indian captain at this ground. Dhoni has erased the record M.A. K. Pataudi who scored 47 in the 1967 Test.
13 Number of times when Virender Sehwag failed to open his account in 88 Tests. It was his 5th duck v/s England in 12 Tests. Most against any country.
29.27 Is the batting average of Virender Sehwag v/s England. In 12 Tests he collected only 527 runs which includes one century and four half-centuries.
23.80 Is the batting average of Sachin Tendulkar in the ongoing series. In five innings he aggregated only 119 runs.
26 Is the highest score of Praveen Kumar in his 6th Test. His previous best was 25 in the 2nd innings of the Trent Bridge Test.
22 Number of half -centuries scored by MS Dhoni in 60 Test. It was his 5th v/s England in 11 Tests.
33.54 Is the batting average of VVS Laxman v/s England. In 16 Tests v/s England he aggregated only 738 runs. This is his worst performance against any Test playing nation.
84 Number of runs added by MS Dhoni and Praveen Kumar for the eighth wicket.This is a new 8th wicket record for India at this ground. The duo erased record of Roger Binny and Kiran More who added 68 runs in the 1986 series.
25 Number of half -centuries scored by Andrew Strauss in 88 Tests. It was his 3rd v/s India in 11 Tests. Prior to this he has also hit three tons v/s India in Tests.
9 Andrew Strauss has hit his first half -century in the nine innings. His last fifty came against Australia at Syndey in Jan 2011 when he made a solid 60.
5 Number of times when Virender Sehwag has been dismissed of the very first ball. One each against Australia, Pakistan, Sri Lanka , South Africa and England.
19 Number of wickets claimed by Stuart Broad at an avg of 11.73 in the current series. This is his best performance in a bilateral series. Earlier, in the 2009 Ashes series he had took 18 wickets at an avg of 30.22 in five Tests.
626 Alastair Cook ( 626 runs at an avg of 69.55) became only the 2nd batsman after Ian Bell (681 runs at an avg of 113.50) to aggregate 600 or more runs in year 2011.
Stats Compiled by Manoj Kumar