INDIA TOUR OF ENGLAND, 2018
India has brought the five-test series at Trent Bridge © Getty to life
The great comeback of India
4 Cases in which a team wins a test after a larger battle for the innings in the previous test of the same series. This is the second largest innings defeat by India after the 170-run victory in Galle in 2008 after the innings and 239-run loss against Sri Lanka on Colombo SSC in the previous test.
Win a test after losing the previous test at innings & 150-plus runs
|Player||laid off||Team||Against||Place||Starting date|
|Brian Taber||8||aus||SA||Johannesburg||Dec. 66|
|Chris Read||8||Scary||NZ||Birmingham||July 1 99|
|Alan Knott||7||Scary||Business suit||Nottingham||August 10 67|
|C Dunusinghe||7||SL||NZ||Napier||Mar 11, 95|
|Peter Nevill||7||aus||Scary||Lord & # 39; s||July 16 15|
|Rishabh Pant||7||Ind||Scary||Nottingham||18 August 18|
520 India's lead at the end of the third inning of the test – the third highest for them in a test after 616 against New Zealand in Wellington in 2009 and 549 against Sri Lanka in Galle in 2017. The previous highest against England was 499 runs at the Oval in 2007.
9 Cases in which India wins multiple tests outside the subcontinent in a calendar year. They won three in 1968 (all in New Zealand) and two each in 1971 (England, West Indies), 1976 (New Zealand, West Indies), 1986 (England), 2002 (West Indies, England) , 2005 (Zimbabwe), 2006 (West Indies, South Africa) and 2016 (West Indies). Before this victory, she defeated South Africa earlier this year with 63 points in Johannesburg.
Virat Kohli's salvation in England
440 Runs scored in the first three tests of this series by Virat Kohli – the most ever by an Indian captain in a series in England. He passed the 28-year-old record of Mohammad Azharuddin who collected 426 runs in three Tests in 1990. He also holds the record for most runs of an Indian captain in a series in Australia and South Africa and also scored 449 points in two Tests in his girls' series in Australia in 2014/15 and 286 are conducted earlier this year in two tests in South Africa.
Most is run by an Indian captain in a series in England
|Player||Mat||runs||Avg||100s / 50s||highly||Season|
23 Hundreds scored by Kohli in 69 test competitions – the shared fourth place for an Indian batsman next to Virender Sehwag. 16 of the 23 have come as they lead the side that lies only behind those of Graeme Smith & # 39; s 25 and Ricky Ponting & # 39; s 19 under captains. He now has a success rate of 56.09 (23 hundreds of 41 50+ scores), which is the second best in history after Bradston's 69.05 (29/42) for everyone with at least 20 scores of 50 plus.
2 Kohli was fired for 97 in the first innings, meaning he was only fired the second time in his career in the nervous 90s in Test cricket. The previous example came in Johannesburg in 2013 when he was fired in the second inning for 96 in 119 in the first innings of the Test. Between the two redundancies he converted 18 consecutive scores in the 90s to scores of three figures, which is the most of an Indian batsman.
22 Test wins for India under Kohli in 38 games – the second most for an Indian skipper in tests that exceeds the 21 of Sourav Ganguly out of 49 tests. Only MS Dhoni has won more tests for India as captain – 27 of 60 tests. Kohli's 22 wins after 38 Tests is the joint third most at that time for a captain after Ricky Ponting & # 39; s 30 and Steve Waugh's 27 while Michael Vaughan also had 22 wins.
Pant & # 39; s golden debut
12 Rishabh Pant became the 12th player in general and the first Indian hitter to score a six when their maiden scored in Test cricket. He hit the second ball he met with Adil Rashid for six long periods.
7 Catches taken by Rishabh Pant in his debut test – the most common by a designated wicketkeeper on the test debut alongside Brian Taber, Alan Knott, Chamara Danusinghe, Chris Read and Peter Nevill. Five layoffs in the first innings for him is the joint most for a wicketkeeper on his debut alongside Taber and John Maclean.
Most layoffs for a wicketkeeper at the trial debut
|Player||stumpings||laid off||Team||Against||Place||Starting date|
|Brian Taber||1||8||aus||SA||Johannesburg||Dec. 66|
|Alan Knott||0||7||Scary||Business suit||Nottingham||August 10 67|
|C Dunusinghe||0||7||SL||NZ||Napier||Mar 11, 95|
|Chris Read||1||8||Scary||NZ||Birmingham||July 1 99|
|Peter Nevill||0||7||aus||Scary||Lord & # 39; s||July 16 15|
|Rishabh Pant||0||7||Ind||Scary||Nottingham||18 August 18|
1 – Pant (seven) and KL Rahul (seven) became the first pair of players from the same side to take six-plus catches in a test. The seven catches of Rahul are the second biggest game of a fielder in a test besides Greg Chappell, Yajuvindra Singh, Hashan Tillakaratne, Stephen Fleming and Matthew Hayden while the overall record is saved by his teammate Ajinkya Rahane, who catches eight catches against Sri took Lanka in Galle in 2015.
Other numbers from the third test …
19 Wickets taken by Indian pacers in this test – Jasprit Bumrah takes seven, Hardik Pandya six, Ishant Sharma four and Mohammed Shami two – the second most number of wickets taken by Indian pacers in a test. The only time they had all 20 wickets available was South Africa against the Wanderers earlier this year.
11 Cases in which Ishant Sharma ended Alastair Cook in test races. Among Indian bowlers, only Kapil Dev has dismissed an opposition batsman more than once – Mudassar Nazar 12 times – while he also made 11 times Graham Gooch.
2 James Anderson became the second bowler after Muttiah Muralitharan to take 100 Test wickets against India. He has only taken 14 wickets in four Tests against India in Trent Bridge at 41.21 with a wicket to 82.2 deliveries. For comparison: he has taken 50 wickets from six games to 13.58 against other opponents at this location with a success rate of 31.5 balls per wicket.