India’s dynamite rebound
4 Instances of a group winning a Test in the wake of confronting a greater innings vanquish in the past Test of a similar arrangement. This is the second greatest innings vanquish overwhelmed by India after the 170-run win in Galle in 2008 after the innings and 239-run misfortune against Sri Lanka at Colombo SSC in the past Test.
Winning a Test subsequent to losing the past Test by innings and 150 or more runs
Team Against Margin Venue Losing edge (Previous Test) Season
India Sri Lanka 170 runs Galle Inngs and 239 runs 2008
Australia India 8 wkts Bengaluru Inngs and 219 runs 1998
Windies England 5 wkts Leeds Inngs and 209 runs 2017
Windies Australia 10 wkts Perth Inngs and 183 runs 1996/97
India England Trent Bridge Inngs and 159 runs 2018
England Australia 38 runs Sydney Inngs and 154 runs 1954/55
520 India’s lead toward the finish of the third innings of the Test – the third most noteworthy for them in a Test after 616 against New Zealand in Wellington in 2009 and 549 against Sri Lanka in Galle in 2017. The past most noteworthy against England was 499 keeps running at the Oval in 2007.
9 Instances of India winning different Tests outside the sub-landmass in a schedule year. They won three of every 1968 (all in New Zealand) and two each in 1971 (England, West Indies), 1976 (New Zealand, West Indies), 1986 (England), 2002 (West Indies, England), 2005 (Zimbabwe), 2006 (West Indies, South Africa) and 2016 (West Indies). Prior to this win, they beat South Africa by 63 keeps running in Johannesburg prior this year.
Virat Kohli’s England recovery
440 Runs scored in the initial three Tests of this arrangement by Virat Kohli – the most ever by an Indian skipper in an arrangement in England. He went past the 28-year old record of Mohammad Azharuddin who totaled 426 keeps running in three Tests in 1990. He likewise holds the record for most keeps running by an Indian skipper in an arrangement in Australia and South Africa, also scoring 449 keeps running in two Tests in his lady arrangement in Australia in 2014/15 and 286 keeps running in two Tests in South Africa prior this year.
Most keeps running by an Indian chief in an arrangement in England
Player Mat Runs Avg 100s/50s Highest Season
Virat Kohli 3 440 73.33 2/2 149 2018
M Azharuddin 3 426 85.20 2/1 179 1990
Sourav Ganguly 4 351 58.50 1/3 128 2002
MS Dhoni 5 349 34.90 0/4 82 2014
Vijay Hazare 4 333 55.50 0/3 89 1952
23 Hundreds scored by Kohli in 69 Test matches – the joint-fourth most for an Indian batsman close by Virender Sehwag. 16 of the 23 have come while driving the side which is just behind that of Graeme Smith’s 25 and Ricky Ponting’s 19 among skippers. He currently has a change rate of 56.09 (23 hundreds out of 41 50+ scores) whihc is the second best in the hstory afterDon Bradman’s 69.05 (29/42) for anybody with no less than 20 50 or more scores.
2 Kohli was expelled for 97 in the principal innings which makes it just the second time in his vocation he was rejected in the apprehensive 90s in Test cricket. The past such occurrence came in Johannesburg in 2013 when he was rejected for 96 in the second innings, following 119 in the primary innings of the Test. In the middle of the two expulsions he changed over 18 successive scores in 90s to three-figure scores, which is the most by an Indian batsman.
22 Test wins for India under Kohli in 38 matches – the second-most for an Indian captain in Tests outperforming Sourav Ganguly’s 21 from 49 Tests. Just MS Dhoni has won more Tests for India as skipper – 27 from 60 Tests. Kohli’s 22 wins after 38 Tests is the joint third-most by then for any skipper after Ricky Ponting’s 30 and Steve Waugh’s 27 while Michael Vaughan additionally had 22 wins.
Gasp’s brilliant introduction
12 Rishabh Pant turned into the twelfth player generally speaking and first Indian batsman to hit a six as their lady scoring shot in Test cricket. He hit the second ball he looked from Adil Rashid for a six over long-on.
7 Catches taken by Rishabh Pant in his introduction Test – the joint-most by an assigned wicketkeeper on Test make a big appearance close by Brian Taber, Alan Knott, Chamara Danusinghe, Chris Read and Peter Nevill. Five expulsions in the principal innings for him is the joint most for a wicketkeeper on his presentation innings close by Taber and John Maclean.
Most rejections for a wicket-manager on Test make a big appearance
Player Stumpings Dismissals Team Against Venue Start Date
Brian Taber 1 8 Aus SA Johannesburg 23 Dec 66
Alan Knott 0 7 Eng Pak Nottingham 10 Aug 67
C Dunusinghe 0 7 SL NZ Napier 11 Mar 95
Chris Read 1 8 Eng NZ Birmingham 1 Jul 99
Dwindle Nevill 0 7 Aus Eng Lord’s 16 Jul 15
Rishabh Pant 0 7 Ind Eng Nottingham 18 Aug 18
1 – Pant (seven) and KL Rahul (seven) turned into the primary match of players from a similar side to take six or more gets in a Test. The seven gets by Rahul is the joint-second most by a defender in a Test nearby Greg Chappell, Yajuvindra Singh, Hashan Tillakaratne, Stephen Fleming and Matthew Hayden while the general record is held by his colleague Ajinkya Rahane, who took eight gets against Sri Lanka in Galle in 2015.
Different numbers from the third Test…
19 Wickets taken by Indian pacers in this Test – Jasprit Bumrah taking seven, Hardik Pandya six, Ishant Sharma four and Mohammed Shami two – the second-most number of wickets taken by Indian pacers in a Test. The main time they took every one of the 20 wickets at transfer was against South Africa at the Wanderers prior this year.
11 Instances of Ishant Sharma rejecting Alastair Cook in Test matches. Among Indian bowlers, just Kapil Dev has rejected a resistance batsman all the more regularly – Mudassar Nazar 12 times – while he likewise represented Graham Gooch 11 times.
2 James Anderson has turned into the second bowler after Muttiah Muralitharan to step through 100 Exam wickets against India. He has taken just 14 wickets in four Tests against India in Trent Bridge at 41.21 with a wicket each 82.2 conveyances. In examination, he has taken 50 wickets from six matches at 13.58 against different adversaries at this scene at a strike rate of 31.5 balls for every wicket.