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Stats: Numbers you need to know from the 2016 India-Australia ODI series

Nilanjan Sen
ANALYST
Stats
904   //    01 Jan 2019, 12:46 IST

Rohit Sharma for his 441 runs was named as the Player of the Series in 20156
Rohit Sharma for his 441 runs was named as the Player of the Series in 2016

The last time India played an ODI series Down Under was in 2016. It was a disappointing series as they lost the five-match series 4-1. But, there were a few good performances by the Indians as two centuries each were scored by Rohit Sharma and Virat Kohli each while Ishant Sharma was the second highest wicket-taker in the series with nine wickets. Rohit Sharma was named the Player of the Series. Let us take a quick recap of the stats of the series.


Match results

First ODI (Perth) - Australia won by five wickets.

Second ODI (Brisbane) - Australia won by seven wickets.

Third ODI (Melbourne) - Australia won by three wickets.

Fourth ODI (Canberra) - Australia won by 25 runs.

Fifth ODI (Sydney) - India won by six wickets.

Batting performance

348/8 scored by Australia in the fourth ODI is the highest innings total of the series.

441 runs scored by Rohit Sharma is the most number of runs scored by a player in the series.

171* by Rohit Sharma in the first ODI is the highest individual score by a player in the series.

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11 centuries have been scored in this series.

2 centuries scored by Rohit Sharma & Virat Kohli each is the most number of centuries scored by a player in this series.

14 half-centuries were hit in this series.

14 sixes his by Rohit Sharma is the most number of sixes hit by a player in the series.

7 sixes hit by Rohit Sharma in the first ODI is the most number of sixes hit by a player in an innings in the series.

Bowling performance

10 wickets taken by John Hastings is the most number of wickets taken by a player in this series.

5/68 by Kane Richardson in the fourth ODI is the best bowling performance by a player in the series. It was also the only five-wicket haul in the series.

Wicketkeeping performance

7 dismissals (seven catches) by Matthew Wade is the most number of dismissals by a wicketkeeper in the series.

dismissals by MS Dhoni in the third ODI and by Matthew Wade in the fourth ODI is the most number of dismissals by a wicketkeeper in an innings in the series.

Fielding performance

catches by Virat Kohli each Steve Smith each is the most number of catches taken by a player in this series.

3 catches taken by Steve Smith in the fourth ODI is the most number of catches taken by a player in an innings in the series.

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