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Sentinel Digital DeskBy : Sentinel Digital Desk

  |  20 March 2015 12:00 AM GMT

India 11, Dhoni 100

100 ODI victories for MS Dhoni, the third-most for any captain. The only captain with more ODI wins are both Australian, Ricky Ponting (167) and Allan Border (107).

17 Wickets taken by Mohammed Shami in this World Cup, the most for any bowler. He took two wickets in this game and went past Mitchell Starc who has taken 16 wickets so far.

2 Hundreds scored by Rohit Sharma at the MCG. He is one of only three visiting batsmen to score two ODI tons at the ground, along with David Gower and Viv Richards.

7 World Cup centuries that have been scored at the MCG, the most at any venue. The second-most centuries scored at a single venue is six, at the tiol Stadium in Karachi.

99 Runs scored by India in the first 25 overs of their innings. India scored 203 runs in the last 25 overs.

11 Consecutive wins for India in World Cups, the second longest winning streak after Australia’s 25-match run between 1999 and 2011. Including the five wins in the 2013 Champions Trophy, India now have 16 consecutive wins in global ICC ODI events.

83.8 Rohit’s batting average at the MCG, the highest for any batsman who has scored at least 300 runs at this venue. Aaron Finch with a batting average of 65.2 is next on the list with 391 runs.

7 Consecutive games where India have bowled out their opponents, the most for any team in World Cups. India’s opposition in these games have included five Test tions - South Africa, Bangladesh, Zimbabwe, West Indies and Bangladesh.

0 India are the only team not to have lost a single wicket in the batting Powerplay during this World Cup. India scored 50 for 0 during the Batting Powerplay today.

72.8 India’s win percentage in World Cup knockout matches, the best for any team. India have eight wins from 11 matches. Australia have the second-best percentage (71.4%) with 10 wins from 14 matches.

4 Instances since 2002 where teams have gone on to make a 300-plus score after making less than 100 at the end of 25 overs. This is the second such instance in this World Cup. India were 99for 2 after 25 overs before going on to post 302. Earlier this World Cup, West Indies made 304 against Ireland after being 93 for 5 at the end of 25 overs.

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