ENG v IND 2018: 5th Test, Day 2 - Statistical Highlights

All the major stats and facts from the second day of Fifth Test match between England and India at The Oval.

Jos Buttler (89) and Stuart Broad (38) added 98 runs for the 9th wicket against India at the Oval (photo - Belfast Telegraph)

On the second day of the fifth and last Test match at The Oval, England bounced back and put India on backfoot.

England started from 198/7 and Jos Buttler (89) and Stuart Broad (38)'s 98 runs partnership for the 9th wicket helped England to post a good total of 332 runs. For India Ravindra Jadeja finished with four wickets while both Jasprit Bumrah and Ishant Sharma finished with three wickets each.

In reply, India lost Shikhar Dhawan early and KL Rahul, Cheteshwar Pujara and captain Virat Kohli could not convert their starts and resultant India ended on 174/6 and are still 158 runs behind. Debutant Hanuma Vihari and Ravindra Jadeja are at the crease. 

All the major stats and facts from the second day of Fifth Test match between England and India at The Oval :

13 - KL Rahul has taken 13 catches in this Test series so far - the joint-most by an Indian fielder in a Test series.

Most catches for an Indian fielder in a Test series -

13 - KL RAHUL vs England, 2018

13 - Rahul Dravid vs Australia, 2004 

12 - Eknath Solkar vs England, 1972

59 - Number of wickets taken by Indian pacers in this series so far - the most in a Test series.

Most wickets for Indian pacers in a Test series -

59* vs England, 2018

58 vs Pakistan, 1979/80

57 vs Australia, 1991/92

107 - James Anderson has taken 107 wickets against India in Test cricket - the most by any bowler against India in Test cricket.

Most Test wickets against India in Test cricket -

107* - JAMES ANDERSON (ENG)

105 - Muttiah Muralitharan (SL)

94 - Imran Khan (PAK)

76 - Malcolm Marshall (WI)

69* - Stuart Broad (ENG)

175 - Alastair Cook has taken 175 catches in Test cricket so far - only the 6th fielder to take 175 or more catches in Test cricket.

Most catches by a fielder in Test cricket -

Rahul Dravid (IND) - 210

Mahela Jayawardene (SL) - 205

Jacques Kallis (SA) - 200

Ricky Ponting (AUS) - 196

Mark Waugh (AUS) - 181

ALASTAIR COOK (ENG) - 175

18028 - Virat Kohli became the 4th Indian and overall 15th player in the world to score 18000 runs in international cricket. Virat Kohli needed only 382 innings to achieve this milestone.

Most international runs for India -

Sachin Tendulkar - 34357

Rahul Dravid - 24208

Sourav Ganguly - 18575

VIRAT KOHLI - 18028


By Jasveer Singh Kharra - 09 Sep, 2018

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