Zim record consecutive wins against India for first time
Harare: Statistical highlights of the tri-series one-dayer between India and Zimbabwe here on Thursday.
Zimbabwe have recorded successive wins against India for the first time in ODIs. In their previous ODI against India at Bulawayo on May 28, 2010, they had won by six wickets.
Zimbabwe`s seven-wicket win is their 10th against India in ODIs out of 51 played - winning % 21.56 (Lost 39 and Tied 2).
Zimbabwe`s seven-wicket victory is their biggest over India at Harare.
The aforesaid win is their second biggest against India, next only to the eight-wicket victory at Bulawayo on February 15, 1997.
India (194 for nine) have recorded their lowest total at Harare.
Ravindra Jadeja (51) has recorded his fourth fifty in ODIs - his second against Zimbabwe.
For the first time in his ODI career, Jadeja has recorded consecutive half-centuries - 61 not out against Zimbabwe at Bulawayo and 51 against Zimbabwe at Harare.
Ravindra Jadeja has bagged two wickets for 27 – his best bowling performance against Zimbabwe.
Jadeja`s said performance is his best away from home, outstripping the two for 49 against Sri Lanka at Bulawayo on May 30, 2010.
For the first time in his ODI career, Jadeja has recorded a fifty and captured two wickets in the same game.
Greg Lamb (3/45) has recorded his career-best bowling performance in ODIs.
Blignaut has bagged his 50th wicket in ODIs – his victim being Ravindra Jadeja.
Brendan Taylor`s second half-century (74 off 90 balls) against India is his 19th in ODIs.
In the course of his aforesaid knock, Taylor has completed his 1500 runs at home at an average of 36.58, including twelve fifties, in 48 matches.
Taylor`s fourth Man of the Match award in ODIs is his second against India.
Taylor (1038) is the third batsman to complete 1,000 runs at Harare, joining Zimbabwe`s Andy Flower (1291) and Grant Flower (1099).
Hamilton`s magnificent 66 off 86 balls is his first fifty against India - his 16th overall.
Hamilton Masakadza and Taylor put on 128 - Zimbabwe`s highest for the first wicket against India, bettering the 121 between Grant Flower and Alistair Campbell at Vadodara on April 5, 1998.
Ashok Dinda and Jadeja put on 48 for the eighth wicket - India`s highest in Zimbabwe.