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Highlights: 7th ODI: India Vs Australia in Bangalore

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Updated: Saturday, November 2, 2013, 22:35 [IST]
 
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Bangalore, Nov 2: It rained sixes and records tumbled at the M Chinnaswamy Stadium here on Saturday night. Rohit Sharma blasted only the third One Day International double hundred in history to pilot India to a series-clinching 57-run victory.

Scorecard; Series Results; Photos

There was a brief stoppage during India's innings due to rain. But after that it rained only boundaries and sixes. Rohit's brilliant 158-ball 209 was the highlight in yet another run deluge that concluded the series. India, from 1-2, bounced back to claim the trophy 3-2.

Highlights: 7th ODI: India Vs Australia

Highlights of the match

Fours: India: 30; Australia: 29

Sixes: India: 19; Australia: 19

Top scorers: India: Rohit Sharma 209 (158 balls, 12x4, 16x6); Australia: James Faulkner 116 (73 balls, 11x4, 6x6)

Highest wickets: Australia: Xavier Doherty 2/74 in 10; India: 3 wickets each for Mohammed Shami and Ravindra Jadeja

# Chasing a mammoth 384, Australia were bowled out for 326 in 45.1 overs

# India won the seven-match series 3-2

# This match set a new world record for most sixes in a ODI, breaking previous mark of 31 in Christchurch in 2009 where India were involved with New Zealand

# 38 sixes were scored in this match - 19 each for India and Australia

# Overall 107 sixes were hit in the series - a record for bilateral series

# James Faulkner hit the fastest ODI hundred by an Australian. His 100 came off 57 balls to beat Matthew Hayden's 66-ball ton

# Faulkner gave Australia hopes but his heroics were not enough. He was the last man out for 116

# Faulkner and Clint McKay had a 115-run partnership for the ninth wicket in 15.4 overs

# Glenn Maxwell equalled the fastest half century (Simon O'Donnell) for Australia, in 18 balls

# R Vinay Kumar had the ignominy of conceding the most runs by an Indian in ODI. He had figures of 1/102 in 9 overs (economy rate 11.33)

# Australia scored 46/1 in first 10 overs of powerplay. In batting powerplay (21-25), they hit 60/2

# Australia's 50 came off 64 balls; 100: 109; 150: 143; 200: 168; 250: 206; 300: 239

# Shane Watson made a 22-ball 49 despite a hamstring injury that kept him out of fielding and bowling duties for most of India innings

# India scored 383/6 in 50 overs

# Rohit blasted 209 off 158 balls with 12 fours and 16 sixes

# Rohit won both Man-of-the-match and Man-of-the-series awards

# This was Rohit's fourth ODI century and second this series

# Rohit completed 1,000 runs in this calendar year

# 26-year-old Rohit was dropped on 120 by substitute fielder Moises Henriques off Faulkner

# At 26, Rohit is the youngest double centurion in ODIs

# Rohit reached his 50 in 71 balls, 100 in 114, 150 off 140, 200 in 156

# Rohit's first 50 runs: 71 balls (strike rate 70.42), next 50 runs: 43 balls (SR 116.28), next 109 runs off 44 balls (SR 247.72)

# India scored 151 runs in the final 10 and overs with 100 from last five

# Rohit is the third batsman in ODI history to score a double hundred

# Rohit set a new record for most number of sixes in an innings with 16. He broke Shane Watson's record of 15 against Bangladesh in 2011

# Rohit is now the second highest individual scorer in ODI history

# Rohit completed 3,000 ODI runs today in 108th match (103 innings)

# Rohit was the leading run scorer in the series with 491 behind Bailey (474)

# Rohit's tally of 491 is a record in a bilateral series

# All three double tons in ODIs have come from Indian batsmen

# Virender Sehwag leads the list with 210 followed by Rohit (209) and Sachin Tendulkar 200 not out

# Captain MS Dhoni smashed 62 off 38 (7x4, 2x6)

# Dhoni was dropped on 29 by Glenn Maxwell off Clint McKay

# Dhoni hit a 110-metre six which went out of the stadium

# Rohit-Dhoni partnership for fifth wicket produced 167 runs in 15.4 overs (run rate 10.65)

# Virat Kohli was run out for a three-ball duck

# In this series, Dhawan-Rohit associated for more than a century for the 1st wicket for the third time. They had 176 (Jaipur) and 178 (Nagpur) stands earlier. On both occasions India chased 350 plus scores and won

# Dhawan-Rohit equalled India's record of 3 century stands for first wicket in a bilateral series. Sachin Tendulkar and Sourav Ganguly had three against England in 2007. The most is 4 by Imran Farhat and Yasir Hammed Vs New Zealand in 2003

# Dhawan-Rohit raised their 6th 100 plus partnership for the opening wicket this year. They are the first to do so six times in a calendar year

# A slight drizzle halted play after 17 overs with India on 107/0. Play resumed after 28 minutes. Dhawan fell two overs after resumption

# Dhawan reached his 50 in 43 balls

# India were 64/0 in first 10 overs of mandatory powerplay. In batting powerplay (36 to 40), they managed only 22/0

# India's 50 came in 38 balls; 100: 91; 150: 158; 200: 198; 250: 251; 300: 277; 350: 289

# India and Australia made one change each. The visitors brought in Nathan Coulter-Nile for Mitchell Johnson while homeboy Vinay got a chance in place of Amit Mishra

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Story first published:  Saturday, November 2, 2013, 19:45 [IST]
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