WI vs Ind: Second ODI statistical review

Virat Kohli plays a shot in front of West Indies wicketkeeper Carlton Baugh AFP

Port of Spain: Jun 9, 2011

Statistical highlights of the second One-dayer between India and the West Indies.

# Ramnaresh Sarwan’s 37th fifty (56 off 90 balls) is his tenth against India in Limited-Overs Internationals.

# In two consecutive innings against India in the present series at Port of Spain, Sarwan has posted 56.

# Sarwan is enjoying an excellent average of 62.68 against India — 1191 in 27 innings.

# Parthiv Patel has recorded his best performance as a wicketkeeper in ODIs. He became the second Indian wicketkeeper to effect four dismissals (two catches + two stumpings) in ODIs in the West Indies. Saba Karim was the first to achieve the distinction at Port of Spain on April 27, 1997.

# Parthiv Patel’s 56 is his highest knock on foreign soil in ODIs — his first fifty away from home.

# Munaf Patel (3/35) has recorded his best bowling figures against West Indies in ODIs.

# Munaf has captured four wickets in an innings three times in ODIs — his best being 4 for 29 against South Africa at Johannesburg on January 15, 2011.

# Munaf has claimed 27 wickets (ave.23.74) in 15 matches in 2011 — his best performance in a calendar year — ten wickets more than his previous best.

# Parthiv (56 off 64 balls) has emulated his highest innings in ODIs. He had registered an unbeaten 56 against New Zealand at Chennai on December 10, 2010.

# Parthiv has recorded two fifties against New Zealand and one against West Indies.

# Parthiv is the first wicketkeeper to perform a double of a fifty and four dismissals in the same ODI against West Indies.

# The 120-run match-winning partnership for the second wicket between Parthiv and Kohli is India’s highest for any wicket against West Indies at Port of Spain.

# For the first time, India have won the first two games in a bilateral ODI series against West Indies in West Indies.

# Devendra Bishoo has earned a dubious distinction by registering his third consecutive duck in ODIs — against Pakistan at Bridgetown on April 28, 2011, followed by two against India at Port of Spain.

# Bishoo has posted his fourth duck in seven innings in ODIs.

# Lendl Simmons (53) has recorded his seventh fifty in ODIs — his first against India. In his last six fixtures, Simmons has posted five fifties — four against Pakistan in a row and one against India.

# Kohli (81 off 103 balls) has recorded his third fifty against West Indies in four innings — his 14th in limited-overs Internationals.

# With his first half-century in the West Indies in ODIs, Kohli has completed his 2,000 runs in ODIs, managing 2037 at an average of 44.28, including five hundreds, in 56 matches.

# Kohli’s performance of completing 2,000 runs in 53 innings is the third fastest by an Indian player, next only to the 52 innings each taken by Navjot Singh Sidhu and Sourav Ganguly.

# Kohli has totalled 558 at an average of 39.85 in 16 matches, including one century and four fifties, in 2011 — the most by an Indian in ODIs this year.

# Kohli’s match-winning 81 is the highest by an Indian player against West Indies at Port of Spain in a winning cause, overtaking Rohit Sharma’s unbeaten 68 on June 6, 2011.

# Kohli has received his second MOM award against West Indies — his fifth in ODIs.

# West Indies (240/9) have registered their second highest total against India at Port of Spain — the highest is 255 for 6 on May 28, 2006.

# Kieron Pollard has recorded his first duck against India — his fourth in ODIs.

# Amit Mishra (4/31) became the first Indian bowler to claim four wickets in the West Indies.

# Twenty four runs conceded is the most by India against West Indies at Port of Spain, surpassing the 20 on May 28, 2006.