Ind vs Aus: Aussies Win Series, India Creates Scores of Records

Aussies will feel relieved that despite many records created against them at home, they emerged victorious. The scoreline suggests an easy win, although in effect it was one of the closely fought battle of bats in any bilateral series. Their juggernaut of world record unbeaten 19 ODIs at home stopped, and for the first time any team chased 300+ runs against them at their home. India on the other hand managed to remain at No. 2 ICC ODI Ranking and avoid the embarrassment of a whitewash in ODI Bilateral series. Interestingly, while team Australia won emphatically 4-1, player of the series went to Rohit Sharma. Check the World records, Indian records and Australian records created during this first-ever 5-ODI bilateral series on Australian soil between Aussies and India.

Ind in Aus: ODI Squads, Schedule and Results, Ind vs Aus Bilateral ODI Series History, Ind vs Aus T20 Record

World Records

    19 ODI unbeaten streak and 18 ODI winning streak at home by Australia, from 2014 to 22nd January, before losing at SCG to India.
    3151 runs in 5 ODIs breaks bilateral series record of most runs that NZ vs Eng series created in 2015 scoring 3151 runs.
    11 centuries is a new record for any ODI bilateral series.
    2 200+ partnership in one ODI.
    11 100+ partnerships equals the record of maximum such partnerships in a bilateral series (2013-14 series).
    2nd player after Hashim Amla (vs WI) to score 400+ runs twice against the same opponent. Before 441 in this series, Rohit Sharma has scored 491 runs in last series vs Australia.
    13th Batsman (Rohit Sharma) to aggregate 400+ runs in a ODI bilateral series.
    7 centuries in losing cause (5 by India, 2 by Aussies) is a world record in any bilateral series.
    8 occasions of 200+ run partnership by Kohli is a new world record moving ahead of 7 such partnerships by Ponting and Tharanga.
    Fastest 7000 runs by Virat Kohli as he reached there in 161 innings.
    Fastest to reach 25 ODI centuries. Kohli needed 162 innings.
    3rd Player to be Captain in 300+ International matches. Dhoni has captained in 302 matches (60 Tests, 191 ODIs and 51 T20Is). Only Ponting (324) and Stephen Fleming (303) have achieved the feat.

Indian records

    3rd Innings to score debut ODI century by Manish Pandey breaks the record of Kedar Jadhav (4th innings, 2015 vs Zim). Manoj Prabhakar (1987) and Dhoni (2005) scored debut tons in 5th innings.
    Fastest 2000 ODI runs by an Indian as Dhawan reached in 72 innings breaking Kohli’s record of 75 innings.
    2nd quickest 9 ODI centuries by Dhawan. He took 72 innings,behind Amla’s 52 innings.
    12th Indian to score 5000 ODI runs. Rohit Sharma needed 148 ODIs, scoring 10 100s and 28 50s.
    1/82 runs by Umesh Yadav is the worst performance by any Indian bowler on Australia soil.

Australian Record:

    Highest score chased vs Australia in Australia is now by India of 331 runs. Earlier 282 by WI in 1996-97 at Brisbane was the highest.
    2nd best aggregate by an Australian Captain as Smith scored 315. The record was created by Bailey who scored 478 runs in India.
    Highest chase at SCG after 334 run chase by Australia vs England in 2011.
    171* by Rohit Sharma is the highest in Australia by any visiting batsman.
    19 innings for 1000 ODI runs vs Australia is the fastest by any batsman.
    207-run partnership between Rohit and Kohli is the highest 2nd wicket partnership vs Aussies in Australia.
    First time Aussies conceded more than 275 runs consecutively against any team.
    1st time when a team has scored at least one century in 3 or mote consecutive ODIs vs Australia in Australia. Indians scored at least one century in all the 5 ODIs.
    9 centuries by Kohli (5 in test, 4 in ODIs) in Australia equals the record of maximum 9 international centuries on Australia soil by visiting batsmen Jack Hobbs and David Gower.

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