Mumbai Test, Day 3: India vs West Indies - Statistical highlights

PTI| Updated: Nov 16, 2013, 21:17 PM IST

Mumbai: Statistical highlights on day three of the second cricket Test between India and West Indies, here on Saturday.

• Rohit Sharma has got his first Player of the Series award in Tests for aggregating 288 runs at an average of 288.00 in only two innings, including two back to back centuries - the most by a batsman on either side in the just concluded series.

• Pragyan Ojha has recorded his first 10-wicket haul in a Test match (10/89), eclipsing the nine for 165 vs England at Ahmedabad in November 2012.

• Ojha is the seventh Indian left-arm spinner to bag 10 wickets in a Test match. Vinoo Mankad and Maninder Singh are the two Indian left-arm spinners to have recorded the feat twice in Tests.

• Ojha (5 for 40 and 5 for 49), for the first time, has claimed five wickets in each innings of a Test match. His seventh instance of five wickets in an innings is his fourth against the West Indies.

• Ojha became the ninth bowler to complete 100 wickets or more in Tests for India on Indian soil -- 101 at 27.51 runs apiece in 20 Tests.

• Ojha has received the Man of the Match award for the first time in Tests.

• Shivnarine Chanderpaul (10963) has surpassed Australia`s Steve Waugh`s aggregate of 10927 to move into the seventh place in the list of top run-getters in Tests.

• Ravichandran Ashwin, with 12 wickets at 19.33 runs apiece, has finished as the top wicket-taker in the just concluded series.

• Ashwin has registered a hundred and captured 10 wickets in the same series twice.

• For the first time against India, Chanderpaul has failed to post a 50-plus innings while playing at least four innings in a series.

• Sachin Tendulkar has been a part of 72 wins -- a record by a batsman from the sub-continent.

• India have won six Tests in a row for the first time -- four against Australia and two against the West Indies. They have won two consecutive Tests by an innings margin against the West Indies for the first time.

• India`s victory by an innings and 126 runs is their biggest against the West Indies, eclipsing their win by an innings and 112 runs at Wankhede Stadium, Mumbai in 2002-03.

• This win is their fourth by an innings margin against the West Indies. Under Mahendra Singh Dhoni`s captaincy, they have won nine Tests by an innings margin, eclipsing the eight recorded under Mohammad Azharuddin.

• With his 26th Test victory out of 49, Dhoni, as captain, has extended his Indian record.

• India have won five consecutive Test series against the West Indies.

• Denesh Ramdin (53 not out off 68 balls) has posted his second fifty against India - his eleventh in Tests.

• Ramdin (2043 at an average of 26.53 in 53 Tests) has become the third West Indian wicketkeeper to complete 2,000 runs or more in Tests - the first two were Jeff Dujon (3146) and Ridley Jacobs (2577).

• The Mumbai Test is the second shortest result-oriented Test match involving India in terms of balls bowled (1262) - the shortest being 1213 balls bowled in the India vs Australia Test at Mumbai, 2004-05.

• Shane Shillingford is the first West Indian spinner to take 11 wickets vs India in India in a two-Test series.