Ind in Eng ODI Series: Complete Statistics

India managed to finally taste victory in England registering their 7th series victory as they won 3-1 in the 5-match ODI series after losing the test series by same margin. Raina was the Player of the Series. Rayudu has the best performance, Rahane got the most runs while Shami emerged as the best bowler of the series. Check the complete statistics of the bilateral series.

India in England 2014 Schedule and Results

Results and Player of the Matches

    1st Abandoned
    2nd India won by 133 runs, MOM: Raina
    3rd India won by 6 wickets, MOM: Ashwin
    4th India won by 9 wickets, MOM: Rahane
    5th England won by 41 runs, MOM: Joe Root

Top Batsmen from Both sides
8 batsmen aggregated 100+ runs in the 4 matches of 5-match series.

    192 Rahane in 4 innings
    163 Joe Root in 4 innings
    160 Raina in 3 innings
    155 Dhawan in 4 innings
    118 Cook in 4 innings
    117 Rayudu in 2 innings
    108 Jadeja in 3 innings
    104 Butler in 4 innings

Top Bowlers from Both sides
Indian bowlers grabbed 33 wickets. English bowlers could manage only 20 wickets in 4 matches.

    8 wickets Mohammed Shami
    7 wickets Ashwin, Jadeja
    5 wickets Bhuvneswar Kumar, Woakes

Best Bowling Performances in a Match

    4/28 Jadeja
    4/52 Woakes
    3/28 Shami
    3/39 Ashwin
    3/47 Stokes

Best Batting Performances in a Match
3 centuries and 8 half-centuries were scored in the series. English batsmen could contribute only one century and one half-century. Rayudu is the only player to score 2 50+ scores in the series scoring back to back half-centuries.

    113 Joe Root
    106 Rahane
    100 Raina
    97* Shikhar Dhawan
    87 Jadeja
    67 Moeen Ali
    64* Rayudu

100+ Partnerships of the Series
There were three 100+ partnerships and 8 partnerships of 50-99 runs.

    183 1st Rahane, Dhawan
    144 Raina, Dhoni
    108 Root, Butler

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