India at Indore wrapped the series against Australia. The visitors after winning the toss batted first and posted a decent total of 293/6. The Indian openers’ and Hardik Pandya’s knock helped India to win the series 3-0 with two matches to go.

Here are some stats in numbers.

Dhoni special!

Dhoni gets rid of Maxwell!

750– The number of International dismissals behind the stumps; He stands third on the list.

100– M.S Dhoni’s stumpings for India- Most by any player for a country.

Rohit and his love for sixes!

Rohit Sharma in action!

113– Most ODI sixes since 2013.

64– Number of sixes against Australia- Most by any opponent.

42– The balls Rohit Sharma took to complete his 50- his fastest in ODIs.

8035– His list-A career total. He crossed 8000-mark when he crossed 36 runs.

The partnerships!

Rohit Sharma and Ajinkya Rahane during their 139-run stand

139– The partnership between Ajinkya Rahane and Rohit Sharma- This is the first-century partnership for India at home since the 231-run between Shikhar Dhawan and Ajinkya Rahane against Srilanka in Cuttack on November 2, 2014.

6– The number of 100-run partnership India registered for the first wicket this year-most by any team.


Powerful Pandya!

Hardik Pandya in action

4– Number of 50s Hardik Pandya scored this year, He scored it all with 100+ strike rate.

Roaring Rahane!

Ajinkya Rahane taking on the bowlers!

1042– The tally of Ajinkya Rahane in 32 matches he played at home.

Fantastic Finch!

Finch celebrates after scoring 100!

1– Aaron Finch is the first Australian batsman to score 100 in India since Shaun Marsh’s 112 from 112 balls in 2009.

1– Finch’s first 100 in Asia.

3– Number of 100s he has in a losing cause in the ODIs.

704– His tally versus India in 14 innings at an average of 50.28.

8– Finch’s ODI tons. Only 5 other Australian openers have more than eight tons.

Team India!

Powerful Indian team!

1– India’s team ranking after winning the 3rd ODI. India also tops the test ranking.

5– India at Indore- Played 5, won 5.

6– Consecutive ODI series win from June 2016- September 2017.

9– Consecutive ODI wins, equalling their own best from November 2008 to December 2009.

12-Consecutive International match win.

4– Consecutive wins against Australia in ODIs

3– Successive bilateral series win versus Australia in India.

Bad luck Australia!

Australia’s bad record in away matches continues!

12– Consecutive away matches lost.

1– Lost first three straight games against India for the first time.