Mohali Test: Stats from Day Two

Statistical highlights from Day Two of the third Test between India and England in Mohali.

Published : Nov 27, 2016 20:22 IST , Mohali

Cheteshwar Pujara has scored 11,016 runs in first-class cricket at an average of 57.37.
Cheteshwar Pujara has scored 11,016 runs in first-class cricket at an average of 57.37.

Cheteshwar Pujara has scored 11,016 runs in first-class cricket at an average of 57.37.

Here are the statistical highlights of the second day of the third Test between India and England in Mohali.

# Parthiv Patel’s innings of 42 is his highest score vs England in Tests, eclipsing the 19 not out at Nottingham in August 2002.

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# Patel, as an opener, is averaging 37.00 in Tests. His tally reads 111 in three innings — the sequence being 0 vs New Zealand at Hamilton in December 2002, 69 vs Pakistan at Rawalpindi in April 2004 and 42 vs England today.

# Patel’s 42 is the second highest by an Indian wicketkeeper vs England in Tests at Mohali behind the 100 by Deep Dasgupta in December 2001.

# Murali Vijay-Parthiv Patel pair became the sixth opening pair to represent India in Tests this year.

Prolific Pujara

# Cheteshwar Pujara’s record this year is superb, aggregating 748 at an average of 62.33 in nine Tests, including three hundreds and four fifties.

# Pujara has completed his 11,000 runs in first-class cricket — his tally being 11,016 (ave.57.37) in 137 matches, including 36 centuries and 37 fifties.

# Pujara has seven fifty-plus innings (3 tons + 4 50s) in Tests this year — the most by an Indian. Just three batsmen have posted more such scores this year — Joe Root (10), Jonny Bairstow (10), and Alastair Cook (9). His tally of seven 50-plus knocks is his best ever in a calendar year in Tests.

# Mohammed Shami has bagged 27 wickets at an average of 27.48 in 10 Tests — highest tally posted by him in a calendar year, bettering the 24 (ave.46.20) in seven Tests in 2014.

# Shami has registered his best bowling figures v England in Tests, surpassing the 2 for 30 at Visakhapatnam in the second Test of the series.

# Virat Kohli’s second fifty v England is his 14th in Tests.

# Kohli has totalled 399 runs at an average of 99.75 in five innings, including a century and two fifties — his best ever performance in terms of run-aggregate in a Test series in India. This performance is his second best overall behind 692 in eight innings at an average of 86.50 v Australia in 2014-15 in Australia.

# Kohli has become the 20th Indian player to complete 2000 runs or more in Tests in Asia — his aggregate being 2,014 at an average of 50.35 in 27 Tests, including six centuries and 10 fifties.

# Karun Nair has become the 12th Indian batsman who has been run-out on Test debut. Anil Kumble was the last batsman to be dismissed in this way before Nair v England in Manchester in August, 1990.

# Ashwin has posted three 50-plus innings in the present series — a distinction recorded by him for the first time in a Test series. His scores being 70 in Rajkot, 58 in Visakhapatnam and an unbeaten 57 in Mohali.

# Ashwin, during his unbeaten 57, has become the second Indian all—rounder to manage 500 runs or more apart from capturing 50 wickets in the same calendar year in Tests — his tally being 530 runs (ave.48.18) and 56 wickets at 22.60 runs apiece in 10 Tests. Kapil Dev had achieved the distinction twice in 1979 and 1983.

# Overall, seven all-rounders have accomplished the double 10 times in a calendar year in Tests.

# Ashwin has become the fifth Indian all-rounder to achieve the double of 1000 runs and 100 wickets in Tests at home — the first four being Vinoo Mankad, Kapil Dev, Anil Kumble and Harbhajan Singh.

# Adil Rashid has taken 16 wickets at 28.18 runs apiece in the present series — the most on either side. The tally is the fourth highest by an overseas leg-spinner in a Test series in India — the highest being 29 (ave.19.58) in the 1959-60 Test series by Richie Benaud.

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