Australia wins the Mohali one-dayer by four wickets – Statistical highlights

India posted 358 for 9 in this game to provide the 106th occasion of India posting a total of 300 plus runs in a one day game. It also provides the 16th occasion of India posting a total of 300 plus runs in a one day game against Australia.

Australia posted 359 for 6 in this game to provide the 101st occasion of Australia posting a total of 300 plus runs in a one day game. It also provides the 24th occasion of Australia posting a total of 300 plus runs in a one day game against India

India posted 358 for 9 and Australia posted 359 for 6 in this game to provide the 122nd occasion of both the teams posting a total of 350 plus runs in a one day game. It also provides the eleventh occasion of India and Australia posting a total of 350 plus runs in a one day game.

India posted 358 for 9 in this game to provide the 27th occasion of India posting a total of 350 plus runs in a one day game. It also provides the fifth occasion of India posting a total of 350 plus runs in a one day game against Australia.

Australia posted 359 for 6 in this game to provide the 19th occasion of Australia posting a total of 350 plus runs in a one day game. It also provides the sixth occasion of Australia posting a total of 350 plus runs in a one day game against India

India posted 358 for 9 and Australia posted 359 for 6 in this game to provide the 12th occasion of both the teams posting a total of 350 plus runs in a one day game. It also provides the third occasion of India and Australia posting a total of 350 plus runs in a one day game.

India lost this game despite posting 350 plus runs to provide the 126th occasion of a team losing a one day game after posting 300 plus runs. It also provides the 21st occasion of India losing a game after posting 300 plus runs

India lost this game despite posting 350 plus runs to provide the 13th occasion of a team losing a one day game after posting 350 plus runs. It also provides the first occasion of India losing a game after posting 350 plus runs

RG Sharma scored 95 in this game to provide the 12th occasion of an Indian batsman scoring a ninety against Australia in a one-day game. It also provides the eighth occasion of an Indian opening batsman scoring a ninety against Australia in a one-day game.

S Dhawan scored 143 in this game to provide the 44th occasion of an Indian batsman scoring a century against Australia in a one-day game. It also provides the 23rd occasion of an Indian opening batsman scoring a century against Australia in a one-day game.

It represents his 16th century in one-day games and also represents his highest individual score in one-day games. His previous best was 137 against South Africa at Melbourne on 22.02.15. It also represents his best score against Australia in a one-day game. His previous best was 126 at Canberra on 20.01.16

UT Khawaja scored 91 in this game to provide the 18th occasion of an Australian batsman scoring a ninety against India in a one-day game. It also provides the eleventh occasion of an Australian opening batsman scoring a ninety against India in a one-day game.

PSP Handscomb scored 117 in this game to provide the 42nd occasion of an Australian batsman scoring a century against India in a one-day game.

RG Sharma scored two boundary sixes in this game which fetched him an aggregate of 218 boundary sixes in one-day game. He now holds the record for most boundary sixes by an Indian batsman in one-day games. He went past MS Dhoni who had an aggregate of 217 boundary sixes

RG Sharma scored two boundary sixes in this game which fetched him an aggregate of 352 boundary sixes across tests-one-day and T20I games. He became the sixth batsman to score 350 plus boundary sixes across the three international formats of the game. Others are – CH Gayle {517}, Shahid Afridi {476}, BB McCulllum {378}, MS Dhoni {354} and ST Jayasuriya {352}

RG Sharma scored two boundary sixes in this game which fetched him an aggregate of 352 boundary sixes across tests-one-day and T20I games. He became the first Indian batsman to score 350 plus boundary sixes across the three international formats of the game. MS Dhoni has scored 347 boundary sixes across the three international formats of the game representing India.

RG Sharma and S Dhawan added 193 runs for the first wicket in this game to provide the 428th occasion of Indian batsman posting a three figure partnership in one-day games. It also provides the 62nd occasion of Indian batsman posting a three figure partnership in one-day games against Australia

RG Sharma and S Dhawan added 193 runs for the first wicket in this game to provide the 102nd occasion of Indian batsman posting a three figure partnership for the first wicket in one-day games. It also provides the 15th occasion of Indian batsman posting a three figure partnership for the first wicket in one-day games against Australia

RG Sharma and S Dhawan added 193 runs for the first wicket in this game to provide the record partnership for the first wicket against Australia in one-day game. The previous best was 178 runs by the same pair at Nagpur on 30.10.13.

RG Sharma and S Dhawan added 193 runs for the first wicket in this game to provide the 32nd occasion of Indian batsman posting 150 plus runs partnership for the first wicket in one-day games. It also provides the fourth occasion of Indian batsman posting 150 plus runs partnership for the first wicket in one-day games against Australia

UT Khawaja and PSP Handscomb added 192 runs for the third wicket in this game to provide the 373rd occasion of Australian batsmen posting a three figure partnership in the one-day game. It also provides 62nd occasion of Australian batsmen posting a three figure partnership in one-day game against India

UT Khawaja and PSP Handscomb added 192 runs for the third wicket in this game to provide the 73rd occasion of Australian batsmen posting a three figure partnership for the third wicket in one-day game. It also provides the tenth occasion of Australian batsmen posting a three figure partnership for the third wicket in one-day game against India

UT Khawaja and PSP Handscomb added 192 runs for the third wicket in this game to provide the 19th occasion of Australian batsmen posting 150 plus runs partnership for the third wicket in one-day game. It also provides the fifth occasion of Australian batsmen posting 150 plus runs partnership for the third wicket in one-day game against India

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