ICC World T20 2016, stats: India vs Australia- Virat Kohli's heroics take India home
India beat Australia by 6 wickets in Mohali and qualify for the semi-finals of this year’s World T20. Here are some interesting stats from the match:
Virat Kohli has become the first batsman to score more 400 runs while chasing in World T20s.
Virat Kohli averages 434 while chasing in World T20s.
Rohit Sharma has scored 45 off 51 balls in this World T20.
Virat Kohli becomes the fastest to score 1500 T20I runs. He took just 39 innings to achieve that feat.
This is 10th half-century in 19 innings for Virat Kohli while chasing in T20Is.
900 runs from 19 innings for Virat Kohli while chasing in T20Is. Only Brendon McCullum has scored more runs (1006) than Kohli while chasing.
Virat Kohli has scored 10 T20I fifties while chasing, most by any batsmen.
India conceded 59 runs in the first six overs, their most in any World T20 game. The previous highest was 57 against England at Durban in 2007.
R Ashwin becomes the first Indian bowler to take 50 wickets in T20Is.
Yuvraj Singh took a wicket in his first ball in Asia Cup as well as in this World T20
Jasprit Bumrah has now taken 18 wickets in Twenty20 Internationals, all his wickets are of different batsmen.
Before today, Yuvraj Singh had never bowled a wide or no-ball in a World T20 match (28.4 overs).
In the first 4 overs, Australia scored 53 for 0. In the next ten, it was 51 for 4 and in the last 6, it was 56 for 2.
30% of India's runs in T20Is in 2016 have come off Virat Kohli's bat, the highest percentage for any batsman for any side.
India's openers have scored 88 runs in 8 innings at an average of 11 in this World T20.