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ICC Champions Trophy 2013 stats highlights: India vs West Indies

ICC Champions Trophy 2013 stats highlights: India vs West Indies

With 216 runs (ave. 216.00) in two matches, Shikhar Dhawan is the leading run-scorer in the present ICC Champions Trophy 2013 © Getty Images

London: Jun 12, 2013

Statistical highlights of the ICC Champions Trophy 2013 Group B match between India and the West Indies at The Oval on Tuesday.

# Shikhar Dhawan (102 not out off 107 balls) posted his first century against the West Indies — his second in ODIs.

# With 216 runs (ave. 216.00) in two matches, Dhawan is the leading run-scorer in the present ICC Champions Trophy 2013.

# Dhawan has recorded three consecutive centuries in international cricket this year — 187 vs Australia in the Mohali Test; 114 vs South Africa at Cardiff and 102 not out vs West Indies at The Oval.

# Dhawan has become the first Indian batsman to post a hundred against the West Indies in the ICC Champions Trophy 2013, outstripping Sourav Ganguly’s 83 off 116 balls at Dhaka on October 31, 1998.

# Rohit Sharma registered his seventh fifty vs West Indies — his 15th in ODIs. His record vs West Indies is superb in ODIs, totalling 629 (ave.62.90) in 15 matches.

# Dinesh Karthik (51 not out off 54 balls) posted his highest score in the ICC Champions Trophy, eclipsing the 34 against the West Indies at Johannesburg on September 30, 2009.

# Karthik’s sixth fifty in ODIs is his third against the West Indies. All his fifty-plus innings have ensured India’s wins.

# Ravindra Jadeja (5 for 36) recorded his first five-wicket haul in ODIs and became the first Indian bowler to take five wickets in the ICC Champions Trophy.

# Apart from becoming the fourth Indian bowler to take five wickets in an innings against the West Indies in ODIs (the first three being Anil Kumble, Nikhil Chopra and Sanjeev Sharma), Jadeja is the first Indian spinner to capture five wickets in an ODI in England.

# Jadeja received his first Man Of the Match award against the West Indies — his sixth in ODIs.

# India’s convincing eight-wicket win is their third by such a margin in the ICC Champions Trophy — one each against Kenya, England and West Indies.

# India’s victory by eight wickets is their biggest against the West Indies in England in ODIs.

 # West Indies, after winning the first three ODIs at The Oval, have recorded their first defeat in the ICC Champions Trophy at this venue.

# India’s victory by eight wickets is their second vs West Indies in four games in the ICC Champions Trophy — their first was by 7 wickets at Johannesburg on September 30, 2009.

# Sharma and Dhawan became the first Indian opening pair to record successive stands of 100-plus in the ICC Champions Trophy — 127 vs South Africa at Cardiff on June 6, 2013 and 101 vs West Indies at The Oval on June 11, 2013.

# Sharma and Dhawan became the first pair of Indian openers to post fifties in an ICC Champions Trophy game twice — both occasions are in the present tournament.

# Dhawan and Sharma’s 101-run stand is the first century partnership against the West Indies in the ICC Champions Trophy.

# Four century stands for the first wicket have been recorded for India — the most by a team in the ICC Champions Trophy.

# Johnson Charles (60 off 55 balls) registered his first fifty in ODIs.

# Darren Bravo (35 off 83 balls) posted his highest score in the ICC Champions Trophy. His strike rate of 42.16 is his worst while posting 25 or more in an innings in ODIs.

# Darren Sammy‘s first half-century (56 not out off 35 balls) against India is his fifth in ODIs.

# Sammy and Roach were associated in an unbroken stand of 51 (unbroken) off 4.3 overs — the highest 10th-wicket partnership in the ICC Champions Trophy.

# Karthik and Dhawan added 109 (unbroken) — India’s second century stand for the third wicket in the ICC Champions Trophy, next only to the 140 between Sachin Tendulkar and Rahul Dravid against Australia at Dhaka on October 28, 1998.

The said partnership is India’s highest for any wicket vs the West Indies in the ICC Champions Trophy.

# Two century partnerships have been registered for India for the second time in a match in the ICC Champions Trophy – the first occasion was against Australia at Dhaka on October 28, 1998.

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