India vs Australia: 2nd Test, Day 3 - Statistical highlights
Statistical highlights on the third day of the second cricket Test between India and Australia here Friday.
Brisbane: Statistical highlights on the third day of the second cricket Test between India and Australia here Friday.
Josh Hazlewood's superb unbeaten 32 off 50 balls is the highest score by Australia's number eleven batsman against India in Tests.
Mitchell Johnson's second half-century against India is his 10th in Tests. His magnificent 88 off 93 balls is his highest score against India.
The innings is Mitchell's fourth highest in Tests -- his career-best being 123 not out vs South Africa at Cape Town in 2008-09.
Mitchell Starc (52 off 59 balls) has posted his fourth fifty in Tests -- his second against India.
Starc's highest knock in Tests is his 99 vs India at Mohali in March 2013.
Starc became the first number nine Australian player to register a half-century vs India at Brisbane. Damien Fleming's unbeaten 71 vs England in November 1998 is the highest by an Australian number nine batsman at this venue.
Australia (505) have posted their first total of 500 or more against India at Brisbane, bettering the 382 for eight wickets declared in 1947-48.
Murali Vijay has totalled 324 runs (ave.81.00) -- the most by an Indian batsman in the series behind the 347 (ave.347.00) by Steven Smith.
Smith's sixth magnificent Test century (133 off 191 balls) is his second against India. He had recorded a career-best 162 not out in the Adelaide Test.
Smith became the second Australian captain to post a Test century against India at Brisbane. Don Bradman had recorded 185 in November 1947.
Smith has become the fifth Australian player to record a century in his maiden Test innings as skipper, joining Clem Hill, Monty Noble, Lindsay Hassett and Greg Chappell.
Smith has posted centuries in consecutive Tests for the first time. He had scored 115 vs England at Sydney this year, followed by 100 vs South Africa at Centurion.
Starc and Hazlewood put on 51 -- Australia's highest for the 10th wicket vs India at Brisbane, outstripping the 50 between Alan Hurst and Jeff Thomson in December 1977.
The 148-run stand between Johnson and Smith is Australia's highest seventh-wicket partnership at Brisbane.