India vs England, Nagpur Test: Day 4, Statistical Highlights

Nagpur: Statistical highlights of the fourth day`s play of the final Test between India and England here on Sunday.

• Pragyan Ojha, with Compton`s wicket, became the second bowler after Graeme Swann to complete 20 wickets (Ave 29.30) in the current Test series. He has achieved the distinction for the second time in his Test career. In the 2011-12 series against the West Indies, he had first taken 20 wickets at 22.50 runs apiece.

• Graeme Swann, with Swann`s wicket, became the first bowler to complete 20 wickets (ave 24.75) in the present series.

• Jonathan Trott (66 not out) has posted his 14th fifty in Tests - his third against India.

• Trott has completed his 200 runs in the series - 217 at an average of 36.16, including two fifties.

• Earlier, Nick Compton also completed his 200 runs in the series - 208 at an average of 34.66.

• Monty Panesar had figures of 52-15-81-1, the fifth occasion when he bowled 50 overs or more in a Test innings - his first such instance against India. He has recorded an economy rate of 1.55 - his best ever when he has delivered six or more overs in a Test innings.

• With 1285 balls while making 562 runs at an average of 80.28, Cook has established a record for facing the most number of balls by a visiting batsman in a Test series in India. His aggregate is the highest by a visiting player in a four-Test series in India. Just six batsmen have amassed more runs in a Test series than Cook against India in India Everton Weekes (WI) heads the table with 779 runs (ave 111.28) in five Tests in 1948-49.

• Clive Lloyd (636 in 1974-75) and Kim Hughes (594 in 1979-80) are the only two captains to have made more runs in a Test series against India in India than Cook. As regards left-handed captains only Clive Lloyd (636 in 1974-75) and Gary Sobers (597 in 1970-71) have made more runs in a Test series against India.

• Cook has batted with a strike rate of 13.97 - his worst in a Test innings when he has recorded atleast ten.


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