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Rohit Sharma 209 - India vs Australia 7th ODI 2013 Highlights

Cricket Highlights - Rohit Sharma 209 - India vs Australia 7th ODI 2013


Watch the highlights of Rohit Sharma 209 - India vs Australia 7th ODI 2013 - Australia tour of India 7-match one-day international series of the 7th ODI match played between Australia and India at M.Chinnaswamy Stadium, Bengaluru in 02nd November 2013.

Sensational Rohit Sharma's 209 sets up to India comprehensive 57-run victory over Australia, despite a Glenn Maxwell - Shane Watson's assault and James Faulkner's fastest century and clinch the seven-match series with 3-2 in the high-scoring epic game of the seventh ODI.

* Rohit Sharma plundered 209 - the second highest score in One-day international after Virender Sehwag's 219 and also the second highest score by an Indian batsman in ODIs.

* Rohit Sharma's 209 was the highest score by any player against Australia in One-day internationals, surpassing the previous best of 175 jointly held by Herschelle Gibbs and Sachin Tendulkar.

* Rohit Sharma became the 3rd batsman to score double hundred in One-day international cricket history after Sachin Tendulkar and Virender Sehwag.

* 16 : Rohit Sharma hit the most sixes in an innings in One-day international cricket history, surpassing the previous record of 15 by Shane Watson against Bangladesh at Dhaka in 2011.

* James Faulkner hammered a 57-ball fastest century by an Australian player in One-day internationals and breaks the previous record of 66-ball by Mathew Hayden against South Africa at Basseterre in the 2007 World Cup.

* James Faulkner's 116 was the highest score by an Australian No.7 batsman in One-day internationals, surpassing the previous record of unbeaten 88 held by Michael Hussey against New Zealand at Christchurch in 2005 and the third highest score by a No.7 batsman in ODIs.

* Glenn Maxwell equalled a 18-ball joint second fastest fifty in One-day international, jointly with Simon O'Donnell and Shahid Afridi.

* Glenn Maxwell equalled a 18-ball joint fastest fifty for Australia in One-day internationals, joint held by Simon O'Donnell against Sri Lanka at Sharjah in 1990.

* India's 383 was their seventh highest score in One-day international and it is their highest total against Australia in ODIs, surpassing the their previous best of 362 at Jaipur in the second ODI.

* Australia's 326 was their ninth highest score against India in One-day internationals.

* 709 : This was the fifth highest aggregate match in One-day international and it is the second highest between India and Australia in ODIs.

* 38 : This was the most sixes in an match in One-day international cricket history, surpassing the previous record of 31-sixes between New Zealand and India at Christchurch in 2009.

* India's 19-sixes was the most sixes by a team in an innings in One-day internationals.

* Australia's 19-sixes was the joint most sixes by a team in an innings in One-day internationals.

* 102 : Vinay Kumar became the sixth most runs conceded by a bowler in One-day international and the most runs conceded by an Indian bowler in ODIs, surpassing the previous record of 88 by Zaheer Khan against Sri Lanka at Rajkot in 2009.

* 112 : Rohit Sharma and Shikhar Dhawan set up the seventh highest first-wicket partnership for India against Australia in One-day internationals.

* 167 : Rohit Sharma and MS Dhoni set up the record fifth-wicket partnership for India against Australia in One-day international and India's joint fourth highest fifth-wicket stand in ODIs, jointly with 167 held by Shikhar Dhawan and Dinesh Karthik against Zimbabwe at Harare in this year.

* 115 : James Faulkner and Clint McKay set up the record ninth-wicket partnership for Australia in One-day international, previously held by the 88-run stand between Shaun Marsh and Doug Bollinger against England at Hobart in 2011 and the fourth highest ninth-wicket stand in ODIs.

India set up the mammoth total of 383-6 in 50 overs with top scorer by Rohit Sharma 209 - which was his 1st double-hundred in ODIs.

Shikhar Dhawan's struck 60 off 57-balls including nine boundaries, MS Dhoni hammered a 62 off 38-balls including 7-fours & two-sixes with strike rate of 163.15 and Suresh Raina scored a 28 off 30-balls with two boundaries.

Australia best bowler by Xavier Doherty took 2-wickets and one for James Faulkner - Clint McKay.

Australia scored 326 for all-out in 45.1 overs with top scorer by James Faulkner 116 - who scored his maiden ODI hundred - including 11-fours and six-sixes with strike rate of 158.90.

Glenn Maxwell blasted a 60 off 22-balls including 7-sixes & 3-fours with strike-rate of 272.72, Shane Watson 49 off 22-balls - who fell one-run short of his half-century included 6-sixes & 2-fours with striking rate of 222.72.

Brad Haddin scored 40 off 49-balls including seven boundaries, Philip Hughes 23 and Clint McKay 18.

India best bowler by Mohammed Shami, Ravindra Jadeja both picked up 3-wickets, Ravichandran Ashwin took two-wickets and one for Vinay Kumar.

Rohit Sharma named Player of the match for his sensational batting performance to scored a career-best whirlwind 209-runs knocked off facing 158-balls including 16-sixes and 12-fours with strike rate of 132.27.

Rohit Sharma earned player of the series for his brilliant batting performance to contributed 491-runs including one double-century and a century with average of 122.75 in the seven-match ODI series.