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Number crunching: Batsmen dismissed on 99 and more

Last updated on: January 23, 2016 22:31 IST

Manish Pandey struck his maiden One-day century in a thriller to secure India a pride-salvaging six-wicket victory against Australia in the fifth and final ODI in Sydney on Saturday. 

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India rode Pandey's scintillating 104 off 81 balls to chase down a 331-run victory target with two balls to spare. 

Rajneesh Gupta has interesting numbers from the match. Check them out. 

Manish Pandey

IMAGE: India's Manish Pandey celebrates with Gurkeerat Mann Singh . Photograph: Mark Metcalfe/Getty Images

0 Number of times before today side batting second had beaten Australia in Australia chasing a300-target. 

3 Manish Pandey score his maiden ODI  hundred playing only his third innings in this format. He now holds the Indian record of quickest maiden ODI hundred. Kedar Jadhav had done so in his fourth innings. 

4 Number of instances of Australia losing a One-day international despite two batsmen scoring hundreds for them.

Three of these instances have come against India! 

6 Number of Indian batsmen to be dismissed on 99 in One-day internationals. Rohit joined Krish Srikkanth, VVS Laxman, Rahul Dravid, Sachin Tendulkar and Virat Kohli. Tendulkar remains the only one to suffer this fate thrice. In addition, Virender Sehwag remained unbeaten on 99. 

11 Number of hundreds scored by both sides in the series – most in a bilateral series. Interestingly six of those came from the losing side India.

433 Runs scored by Rohit Sharma in the series – most in a bilateral series for a batsman from a losing side.

3159 Runs scored in the series –most in a bilateral series of five matches. The previous record was 3151 between in the series between England and New Zealand in England last year. 

Rajneesh Gupta