Eng vs Ind: Second ODI Statistical review

Due to this match-winning knock, Alastair Cook is now averaging 40.00 in ODIs at present in 33 ODI matches Getty Images

Southampton: Sep 7, 2011

Statistical highlights of the second One-Day International between India and England.

# Ajinkya Rahane (54 off 47 balls) registered his maiden fifty in ODIs, eclipsing the 40 at Chester-le-Street on September 3, 2011.

# Suresh Raina (40) recorded his highest innings in England, bettering the 38 against England at Chester-le-Street on September 3, 2011.

# Graeme Swann (3/33) produced his best bowling performance against India, eclipsing the 2 for 21 at Bangalore on November 23, 2088.

# Craig Kieswetter (46 off 25 balls) recorded his highest innings against India.

# Tim Bresnan (3/43) registered his best bowling figures against India in England, eclipsing the 2 for 54 at Chester-le-Street on September 3, 2011.

# Bresnan has claimed 10 wickets in only three games against India at an average of 14.50.

# Bresnan’s figures of 3 for 43 are his best in ODIs in England, surpassing the 3 for 49 against Sri Lanka at Manchester on July 9, 2011.

# Alastair Cook (80 not out off 63 balls) has recorded his first half-century against India – his seventh in ODIs.

# Cook’s highest against India is 102 off 126 balls at Southampton on August 21, 2007.

# Thanks to his match-winning knock, Cook is averaging 40.00 in ODIs at present – 1240 in 33 matches, including two hundreds and seven fifties.

# Cook has been adjudged the Man of the Match for the third time in ODIs – his first against India.

# England’s seven-wicket triumph is their 31st in 73 ODIs against India (Lost 38, Tied 1 and NR 3).

# India have been defeated in both the ODIs to England at The Rose Bowl, Southampton – by 104 runs on August 21, 2007 and by 7 wickets on September 6, 2011.

# England have won three ODIs in a row at this venue for the first time – one each against Australia, Pakistan and India. They have won five and lost two out of seven ODIs played at this venue.

# England have won seven and lost 2 out of 10 contested (NR 1) under Alastair Cook’s captaincy – winning % 77.77.(PTI)