7 The number of consecutive 50-plus scores by a batsman in Tests played in India. In the second innings at Visakhapatnam, Rohit Sharma became the first batsman in Test cricket to make seven 50-plus scores on Indian soil. Before him, three other batsmen had managed to make six 50s in a row. Sharma’s sequence began in the second innings of the Kolkata Test match against New Zealand in October 2016.

 

 

200 The number Test wickets claimed by Ravindra Jadeja in his career during the Visakhapatnam Test match against South Africa. He became the 75th bowler to achieve this landmark in Test cricket. He is also the 10th Indian bowler to take 200 wickets in Tests. As of date, only 13 left-arm bowlers have managed to claim 200 or more Test wickets, and among these 13 bowlers, Jadeja is the quickest to reach the landmark in terms of number of Test matches.

 

Note: The figures given above are updated until the end of the innings where the bowler claimed his 200th Test wicket.

350 The number Test wickets claimed by Ravichandran Ashwin in his career, which he reached during the Visakhapatnam Test match against South Africa. He became the 25th bowler and the fourth Indian to achieve this landmark in Test cricket. By doing so in his 66th Test match, Ashwin equalled the record of Sri Lankan Muttiah Muralitharan to be the joint quickest to reach the landmark in terms of number of Test matches.

 

Note: The figures given above are updated until the end of the innings where the bowler claimed his 350th Test wicket.

27 The number of sixes hit by Indian batsmen in both innings of the Visakhapatnam Test match against South Africa. This is now the most by one side in a match in Test cricket history.

 

37 The number of sixes hit by batsmen of both sides in the Visakhapatnam Test match. This is now the most sixes ever hit in a Test match in cricket history.

 

13 The number of sixes hit by Rohit Sharma in Visakhapatnan is the most by any batsman in a Test match in cricket history.

 

 

Note: All figures above are updated as of October 11, 2019.