Highlights: 2nd ODI: India Vs Australia in Jaipur

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Updated: Thursday, October 17, 2013, 16:37 [IST]
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Jaipur, Oct 16: Records tumbled at the Sawai Mansingh Stadium here on Wednesday night as India chased down a massive 360 to defeat Australia by nine wickets in the second One Day International.

Scorecard; Photos; Aussie batsmen set world record

Today's successful run chase was the second highest ever in ODI history. The highest is by South Africa who scored 438 in pursuit of 435 against Australia in 2006.

Highlights: 2nd ODI: India Vs Australia

Highlights of the match

Fours: Australia: 36; India: 39

Sixes: Australia: 12; India: 11

Top scorers: Australia: George Bailey 92 not out (50 balls, 8x4, 5x6); India: Rohit Sharma 141 not out (123 balls, 17x4, 4x6)

Highest wickets: India: R Vinay Kumar 2/73 in 9; Australia: James Faulkner 1/60 in 7 overs

# Today's win by India is the second highest successful run chase, beating New Zealand's 350/9 Vs Australia in 2007

# The seven-match series is tied 1-1. Third ODI is in Mohali on October 19

# The world record chase is owned by South Africa, who scored 438 in reply to Australia's 434 in 2006

# All top 4 successful run chases in ODI history have come against Australia

# India's successful chase before today was 330/4 against Pakistan in 2012

# India's 362/1 is a record in ODI history for most runs with loss of just 1 wicket

# Today's match aggregate of 721 runs is the fourth highest in ODI history

# Virat Kohli hit the fastest ODI hundred by an Indian. He scored 100 off 52 balls (8x4, 7x6). He beat Virender Sehwag's record of 60-ball ton

# Kohli's 52-ball 100 is the 7th fastest in ODI history

# This is also the fastest ODI hundred Vs Australia (Previous best 67-ball 100 by Craig McMillan of New Zealand)

# There were eight batsmen scoring 50 plus in this match, which is a joint record (previous instance, Pakistan Vs Zimbabwe in Karachi, 2008)

# This was Kohli's 16th ODI century. With this ton, Kohli moved ahead of Sehwag in India's top century makers list. He is third behind Sachin Tendulkar and Sourav Ganguly

# Rohit Sharma was 141 not out (123 balls, 17x4, 4x6), his highest ODI score

# This was Rohit's first hundred since May 2010. He ended century drought of 59 innings

# Overall this was Rohit's 3rd century in 104 games. His first 100 as an opener

# Shikhar too was looking good for a century but fell for 95 (86 balls, 14x4)

# Dhawan was dropped on 18 by Brad Haddin

# Shikhar and Rohit added 176 in 26.1 overs for the first wicket

# Shikhar-Rohit's partnership of 176 was the highest opening stand for India Vs Australia, beating 175 of Sachin Tendulkar and Sourav Ganguly in 1998 in Kanpur

# Rohit-Kohli's unfinished partnership for second wicket was 186 in 17.2 overs

# India were 69/0 in first 10 overs of mandatory powerplay

# India's 50 came in 50 balls; 100: 98; 150: 134; 200: 179; 250: 203; 300: 234; 350: 259

# Australia posted 359/5 in 50 overs. This is their highest in India and also the highest score by a team in Jaipur

# This is the third time Australia have made 359 against India. Previous two times were in 2003 World Cup final and VB tri-series 2004 in Australia

# Australia's top five batsmen - Aaron Finch, Phillip Hughes, Shane Watson, George Bailey and Glenn Maxwell all scored half centuries

# This is a world record in ODI history that a team's top five batsmen have scored 50 or more runs

# Bailey blasted a 50-ball 92 with 8 boundaries and 5 sixes

# Finch scored his second successive half century. He made 50 off 53 (7x4, 1x6). He had made 72 in the first ODI

# Overall, Finch completed three half centuries in a row on India tour. He scored 89 in the one off T20I

# Watson hit a 53-ball 59 (6x4, 3x6)

# Maxwell scored a quick 53 off 32 (7x4, 1x6)

# Hughes and Watson set the platform for the visitors with a 108-run partnership for the second wicket in 16.4 overs

# Bailey-Maxwell association for fourth wicket yielded 96 in just 8.3 overs

# Ravindra Jadeja was India's most expensive bowler with 0/72 in 10 overs

# Australia scored 122 runs in the final 10 overs

# In first 10 overs of mandatory powerplay, Australia scored 46/0. In the five overs of batting powerplay (36 to 40), they made 40/1

# Australia's 50 came in 66 balls; 100: 126; 150: 166; 200: 215; 250: 251; 300: 270; 350: 297

# Australia captain Bailey won his second successive toss of the series and opted to bat

# Both teams were unchanged from previous ODI


Story first published:  Wednesday, October 16, 2013, 17:07 [IST]
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