Statistical highlights of the fifth cricket One-day international between India and England, at Dharamsala on Sunday.
# India posted their fourth series-win in succession against England in India in the Limited-Overs Internationals.
# Suresh Raina has become the 13th Indian player to complete 4,000 runs in ODIs, managing 4068 at an average of 36.98 in 159 games.
# Raina has managed 277 runs in the series at an average of 92.33 in five matches – the highest by any batsman in the series. He was the only one to register four fifties in the series.
# Raina has recorded four half-centuries in a row for the first time. He had registered 50 at Rajkot, 55 at Kochi, 89 not out at Mohali and 83 at Dharamshala.
# Raina has become the sixth batsman to register four fifties or more against England in ODIs. His 28th half-century in ODIs is his eleventh against England.
# In his ODI career, Raina has received his first Player of the Series award.
# Ravindra Jadeja is the top wicket-taker for India in the recently concluded series – nine wickets at 15.77 runs apiece. Only Tredwell has bagged more wickets in the series than Jadeja – 11 at 18.18 runs apiece.
# Jadeja completed his 1,000 runs in ODIs, aggregating 1028 at an average of 30.23 in 65 matches.
# Ian Bell (113 not out off 143 balls) posted his second hundred against India – his third in ODIs.
# Bell’s first two innings of 100 or more were 126 not out against India on August 21, 2007 and 126 against West Indies on June 16, 2012 – both at The Rose Bowl, Southampton.
# Bell has been adjudged the Man of the Match for the eighth time in ODIs – his third against India. With 234 runs at an average of 58.50, Bell has top-scored for England in the bilateral series.
# Bell is the eighth batsman to complete 4,000 runs for England in ODIs, aggregating 4017 at an average of 36.85 in 124 matches.
# Bell is averaging 47.54 in England wins – 2282 runs in 53 innings, including three hundreds and 17 fifties.
# Tredwell registered an economy rate of 2.50 (10-1-25-2) – his best in an innings in ODIs.
# The unbroken match-winning stand of 84 for the fourth wicket between Bell and Morgan is Englnd’s fifth highest against India in ODIs.
# Tim Bresnan (4/45) registered his second best bowling figures against India in ODIs – the best being 5 for 48 at Bangalore on February 27, 2011. It is his second four-wicket haul against India – his fourth occasion of four wickets or more in an innings in ODIs.