Visakhapatnam: Statistical highlights on the first day of the second cricket Test between India and England in Visakhapatnam on Thursday.
- Virat Kohli is the sixth Indian batsman to register a hundred in his 50th Test, joining Polly Umrigar, Gundappa Viswanath, Sunil Gavaskar, VVS Laxman and Kapil Dev.
- Kohli has registered six centuries of 140-plus out of his last seven. In his first seven Tests, he did not touch 120 even once.
- Kohli has recorded two hundreds vs England out of his overall tally of 14.
- Kohli's tally of 14 Test hundreds includes five in India. His three innings of 150 as captain have been bettered by only two Indian captains - Sunil Gavaskar (5) and Mohammad Azharuddin (5).
- Murali Vijay has completed his 3000 runs in Tests at an average of 40.54 in 44 Tests.
- Pujara has hit four hundreds vs England - the most by him against any side in Tests. His overall tally is 10 centuries - eight at home and two away from home.
- Pujara has posted three hundreds in consecutive Tests -one each at Indore (vs New Zealand), Rajkot and Visakhapatnam (both vs England) - all three at new Test centres.
- Apart from Pujara, four other batsmen - Joe Root, Jonny Bairstow, Virat Kohli and Moeen Ali - have registered three centuries in Tests this year
- Lokesh Rahul has registered his first duck in Tests.
- Virat Kohli and Cheteshwar pujara were associated in a stand of 226 - India's third highest partnership for the third wicket vs England in Tests - the highest being 316 between Yashpal Sharma and Gundappa Viswanath at Chennai in January 1982.
- The above stand is the highest by Pujara-Kohli pair for any wicket in Tests, surpassing the 222 for the third wicket vs South Africa at Johannesburg in December 2013.
- James Anderson has captured 85 wickets (ave.26.50) in 20 Tests - the most by an England bowler vs India in Tests.
- For the first time in a Test match vs India in India, seven left-handed batsmen have appeared.
- For the sixth time in the first innings of a Test match, number three (Pujara) and four (Kohli) have registered hundreds - the last instance being Rahul Dravid (129) and Sachin Tendulkar (122 not out) vs Bangladesh at Mirpur in 2007.
- In 19 consecutive Tests under Virat Kohli's captaincy, India did not field the same playing eleven.
Published Date: Nov 17, 2016 21:01 PM | Updated Date: Nov 17, 2016 21:01 PM