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Jayant Yadav became the 1st Indian to score a ton at number 9 AFP

The fourth day of the fourth Test between India and England at Wankhede Stadium started with India on 451 for 7. Skipper Virat Kohli and Jayant Yadav resumed with the hope to stretch the lead as far as possible. In no time, Jayant scored his second consecutive Test fifty, followed by Kohli s stunning double ton. England bowlers looked hapless rather helpless against the Indian duo, as Kohli and Jayant went on to add a record 241 runs for 8th wicket. Jayant made 104, while Kohli scored a brilliant 235. Following his fifty, Jayant also completed his maiden Test ton. After the dismissal of both these batsmen, England bowled India out for 631.

England came out in their second innings to bat for as long as possible, but soon, both their openers had to walk back to pavilion. Debutant Keaton Jennings got dismissed for golden duck and captain Alastair Cook got out for 18. Their wickets was followed by a three-ball duck for Moeen Ali. Joe Root and Jonny Bairstow gave some hope to their side by adding 92 runs for 4th wicket. Root, who was batting very well, got out for 77 off Jayant. Two more wickets fell towards the end of day but Bairstow remained on 50.

England lost a total of 6 wickets for 182 at the end of fourth day s play. From India s bowling department, Ravichandran Ashwin and Ravindra Jadeja got two wickets each, while Jayant and Bhuvneshwar Kumar scalped one each. With the fourth day being full of records from the Indian camp, Abhishek Kumar presents some interesting numbers from the day s play.

Rashid conceded 192 runs from his spell of 55.3 overs, which is the most by any England bowler against India. Overall, this is the third most number of runs conceded by an English bowler in an innings after Ian Botham (217 runs against Pakistan at Oval in 1987) and Ian Peebles (204 runs against Australia at Oval in 1930). Rashid s spell of 55.3 overs is the fourth longest by an English bowler against India after Fred Titmus (60 overs in 1964), John Emburey (59 overs in 1993) and Ray Illingworth (58 overs in 1967).

Jayant became the 1st Indian batsman to score a hundred at No. 9. Previous highest by an Indian at this position was 90 by Farokh Engineer against New Zealand in 1965 at Chennai. Overall, he became 15th batsman to hit a ton at No. 9. The last batsman to do so was Stuart Broad in 2010 against Pakistan at Lord s.

Jayant and Kohli added 241 runs for 8th wicket, which is the highest partnership in their cricketing history. This was the also the first time that an Indian pair added more than 200 for the 8th wicket. The previous best for 8th wicket stand by an Indian pair was of 161 between Mohammad Azharuddin and Anil Kumble against South Africa in 1996 at Kolkata. Overall, this was the 7th highest 8th wicket stand by any pair.

15 boundaries hit by Jayant during his innings of 104, which is the joint-most number of fours hit by a No. 9 Indian batsman. Budhi Kunderan is the other Indian batsman to hit 15 fours in an innings at this position against West Indies in 1966.

India were all out for 631. This is India s first 600 plus score since 2011. The last time they score above 600 was against West Indies in 2011 at the same venue in Mumbai.

Opener Jennings became the 1st batsman to score a hundred and golden duck on his debut Test. Jennings also became the 4th batsman overall to score a hundred and a duck on his debut Test after Gundappa Viswanath, Andrew Hudson and Mohammad Wasim.

When he claimed Cook s wicket, Jadeja completed his 100 Test wickets. He became the 20th Indian cricketer to claim 100 or more Test wickets. The last Indian bowler to claim 100 or more Test wickets is Ashwin. Jadeja s bowling average of 24.88 is the second best among all Indian bowlers who have scalped 100 or more wickets.

After taking Jake Ball s wicket, Ashwin went past Bhagwat Chandrasekhar s tally of 242 Test wickets. Ashwin has now 243 Test wickets and is currently 6th highest Indian wicket-taker after Kumble, Kapil Dev, Harbhajan Singh, Zaheer Khan and Bishan Singh Bedi.

Ashwin has taken 67 wickets in 2016, which is the 2nd most wickets in a calendar year by an Indian spinner after Kumble (74 wickets in 2004). Ashwin went past Harbhajan s tally of 63 wickets in 2002.

When he scored his 31st run, Bairstow became the second English batsman to score 1,400 Test runs in a calendar year after Michael Vaughan (1,481 runs in 2002). He is also the second highest run-getter among the English batsmen in a calendar year.

During his course to 77, Root completed 1,000 Test runs against India. He became the 11th English batsman to score 1,000 runs against India. Overall, Root is the 45th batsman to have scored 1,000 runs against India.

With 77 runs today, Root ensured his 12th fifty plus score in 2016. This is the second most number of 50 plus scores by an English batsman in a calendar year. The record for most fifty plus scores in a calendar year is held by Root himself 13 of them in 2015. Root also went past 1,300 runs in this year, which has done consecutive time in his career. He is the only English cricketer to score 1,300 plus runs in consecutive calendar year and second overall after Ricky Ponting (2005 and 2006). Root is also the fourth batsman to have scored 1,300 runs in a calendar year, twice or more after Sunil Gavaskar, Matthew Hayden, Ponting and Virender Sehwag.

With 640 runs in this series so far, Kohli is the 2nd Indian captain to make 600 or more runs in a Test series after Gavaskar (732 against West Indies in 1978-79). This is the second time Kohli has scored more than 600 runs in a series. Gavaskar is the only other Indian to have done the same.

Kohli s 235 is the highest score by an Indian captain in Tests. Kohli went past MS Dhoni s 224 against Australia in 2013.

Kohli has currently 1,200 runs in 2016, the most among all Indian captains in a calendar year. He went past Rahul Dravid s tally of 1,095 runs in 2006.

Kohli has hit 133 boundaries in 2016 in Tests, the most by any Indian captain in a calendar year. He went past Tendulkar s tally of 131 fours in 1997.

(Abhishek Kumar is a cricket devotee currently staffing with CricLife and He can be followed at @abhik2593)