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first_imgMohali, Mar 28 (PTI) Statistical highlights of the ICC Mohali, Mar 28 (PTI) Statistical highlights of the ICC World Twenty20 match between India and Australia, here. # Virat Kohlis unbeaten match-winning knock of 82 off 51 balls is his highest score in T20Is in India – his second highest in this format behind the 90 not out vs Australia at Adelaide on January 26, 2016. # Kohlis excellent innings is the highest by an Indian batsman in successful chases in T20Is, bettering his own record. He had scored an unbeaten 78 off 61 balls vs Pakistan in a World Cup fixture at Colombo (RPS) on September 30, 2012. # Kohli, with his aforesaid innings, has joined Chris Gayle (two centuries and 13 fifties)and Brendon McCullum (two centuries and 13 fifties), equalling a record for most fifty-plus innings in T20Is. # Of his above tally, Kohli has 12 fifty-plus innings in a winning cause to his credit, equalling Brendon McCullums tally. # Kohlis outstanding average of 73.06 in Indian triumphs is the highest among the batsmen with 400 runs or more. Mike Hussey – 65.14 (456 runs in 15 innings) has the next best. # Kohli has got his ninth Man of the Match award. Only Shahid Afridi has received more MOM awards (11) than Kohli. # Kohli has been adjudged the Man of the Match three times in nine matches vs Australia – the most by a player against Australia, surpassing the two each by Chris Gayle, Umar Akmal and Yuvraj Singh. His superb tally of six MOM awards this year is the most by any player in a caledar year in T20Is, eclipsing the five by Shane Watson in 2012. # India enjoys brilliant record vs Australia, winning 9 and losing four out of 13 played in T20Is – success per centage of 69.23 – the most by them against any nation. # Australias tally of nine losses is the most suffered by them against any opponent in T20Is. # India have won six matches in succession vs Australia between October 10, 2013 and March 27, 2016. Their sequence of victories equalls Englands six in succession between Feb.5, 2008 and Feb.9, 2013 against New Zealand (amongst the top eight nations). MORE PTIO Cor SSC SSCadvertisementlast_img

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