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ODI StatsBattingMatch

es
Played
101

Inning
s
Played
107

Runs

Averag
e

Highes
t Score

50s

100s

4,798

52.73

181*
Vs. IRE

34

Strike
Rate

NO

16

BowlingMatche
s
101

Inning
s
94

Wicket
s
171

Averag
e

Strike
rate

Best
figures
24/6
Vs.
ZIM

3WI

5WI

19

Econo
my

Test StatsBattingMatch
es
Played
46

Inning
s
Played
81

Runs

Averag
e

Highes
t Score

50s

100s

3,768

57.97

179*
Vs.
ENG

21

11

Strike
Rate

NO

16

Bowling
Matche
s
42

Inning
s
68

Wicket
s
150

Averag
e

Strike
rate

Best
figures
117/8
Vs. NZ

5W

10W

Econo
my

T20 StatsBattingMatch
es
Played

Inning
s
Played
27

Runs

Averag
e

Highes
t Score

50s

30s

857

42.85

75(57)
Vs. Sri
Lanka

Strike
Rate

NO

Bowling
Matche
s
19

Inning
s
19

Wicket
s
20

Averag
e

Strike
rate

Best
figures
16/2
Vs.
RSA

5W

10W

Econo
my

Kit-

EarningsT20 Earning28,50,000 from 19 Matches


ODI Earnings3,03,00,000 from 101 Matches
Test Earnings2,10,00,000 from 42 Matches
Total- 24,61,50,000
IPL2008- 68,00,000 (DC)
2009- 72,00,000 (DC)
2010- 80,00,000 (DC)
2011- 1,00,00,000 (CSK)
2012- 1,50,00,000 (CSK)
2013- 3,00,00,000 (CSK)+
2014- 4,00,00,000 (CSK)
2015- 4,50,00,000 (CSK)
2016- 9,50,00,000 (GL)
Total-25,70,00,000
Adidas(2011-2016)- 25,00,00,000
Renault(2011-2014)- 12,00,00,000
Hero Honda(2011-2012)- 3,00,00,000

CompanyGSB GroupGSB Sports SolutionsBat Endorsements2011-2014 (SG)4,20,00,000

2011

2012

2013

2014
2014-2015 (Adidas)15,00,00,000

2014

2015
New Balance- 9,50,00,000

AD EndorsementsHimalaya (2012-2013)- 4,00,00,000

Duracell (2012-2013)- 4,00,00,000


Muthoot Group (2012-2013)- 4,00,00,000
Tata Indicom (2012-2013)- 4,00,00,000
Horlicks (2012-2013)- 4,00,00,000
Hero Cycles (2012-2013)- 4,00,00,000
Cafe Coffee Day (2012-2014)- 9,00,00,000
Head & Shoulders (2012-2014)- 9,00,00,000
Jaypee Cements (2012-2014)- 9,00,00,000
FICCI (2012-2014)- 9,00,00,000
Jaypee Group (2012-2014)- 9,00,00,000
Ashok Leyland (2012-2014)- 9,00,00,000
DLF (2013-2014)- 5,00,00,000
Cadbury (2013-2014)- 5,00,00,000
Essel Group (2013-2014)- 5,00,00,000
GMR (2013-2014)- 5,00,00,000
Airtel(2013-2014)- 5,00,00,000
HDFC Bank(2013-2014)- 5,00,00,000
Pizza Hut (2013-2014)- 5,00,00,000
Raymonds (2014-2015)- 6,00,00,000
Mastercard (2014-2015)- 6,00,00,000
AquaFina (2014-2015)- 6,00,00,000
P&G (2014-2015)- 6,00,00,000
Infosys (2014-2015)- 6,00,00,000
LIC (2014-2015)- 6,00,00,000
Aditya Birla Group (2014-2015)- 6,00,00,000
Godrej (2014-2016)- 13,00,00,000
HP (2014-2016)- 14,00,00,000

Toyota (2014-2016)- 14,00,00,000


Tata Steel (2014-2016)- 13,00,00,000
Hero (2014-2016)- 13,00,00,000
Taj (2014-2016)- 13,00,00,000
Reliance (2014-2016)- 13,00,00,000
Indian Oil (2015-2016)- 7,00,00,000
LG (2015-2016)- 8,00,00,000
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Dabur (2015-2016)- 7,00,00,000
Castrol (2015-2016)- 8,00,00,000
Biocon (2015-2016)- 7,00,00,000
Apollo (2015-2016)- 7,00,00,000
Dish TV (2015-2016)- 7,00,00,000
Tata Steel (2016-2017)- 8,00,00,000
GlenMark (2016-2017)- 8,00,00,000
Airtel (2016-2017)- 8,00,00,000
HDFC Bank (2016-2017)- 8,00,00,000
Godrej (2016-2017)- 8,00,00,000
Nutella (2016-2017)- 9,00,00,000
Kraft (2016-2017)- 9,00,00,000
Mi (2016-2017)- 9,00,00,000
PlayStation (2016-2018)- 18,00,00,000
Lacoste (2016-2018)- 18,00,00,000
Reliance (2016-2018)- 17,00,00,000
Ferrari (2016-2018)- 18,00,00,000
Hero (2016-2018)- 17,00,00,000
Netflix (2016-2018)- 18,00,00,000

Ray Ban (2016-2018)- 18,00,00,000


Rexona (2016-2018)- 18,00,00,000
EndorsementsGSB SportsISLChennayin FC
2015- 1,50,00,000
2016- 8,00,00,000
Total- 9,50,00,000
U Mumba2014- 50,00,000
2015- 1,00,00,000
2016- 50,00,000
Total- 11,50,00,000
Virgo Super KingsRanchi RaysGanesh Cricket Academy (Cuttack)GSB productionsBaby- in 10,00,00,000/ 23,75,00,000 out
Hunterr- in 6,00,00,000/ 13,50,00,000
Gabbar is Back- in 10,00,00,000/ 14,65,00,000
Tanu Weds Manu Returns- in 15,00,00,000/ out 93,00,00,000
Drishyam- in 15,00,00,000/ out 22,00,00,000
Wazir- in 15,00,00,000/ out 26,75,00,000
Airlift- in 15,00,00,000/ out 115,80,00,000
Rocky Handsome- in 20,00,00,000/ 10,95,00,000
Ki & Ka- 10,00,00,000/ 51,00,00,000

Udta Punjab- 35,00,00,000


Rustom- 20,00,00,000
Earnings- 296,40,00,00
Properties3 BHK Residential House (Cuttack)- 55,00,000
Land at Juhu- 40,00,00,000
House- 50,00,00,000

Office at Bandra West of GSB Group- 14,00,00,000


Land at Kishorenagar of 2 Acres for Cricket Academy1,74,00,000
Farmhouse at Sundargarh- 34,00,00,000

Relationships2009 February-2010 March- Sharmila Nicolet

2010 July- 2010 December- Nia Sharma

2011 July-2011 September- Aditi Rao Hydari

2012 January- 2012 August- Deepika Padukone


2012 November- 2014 May- Illean DCruz
2014 July- 2015 October- Lisa Haydon
2015 November- 2016 February- Shruti Hassan
2016 February- CONTINUING- Shraddha Kapoor
BikesBajaj V15- 67,000

Ducati Scrambler Icon- 6,46,000

BMW R9 T- 25,50,000

Harley Davidson Breakout- 16,95,000

Hyosung Aquila Pro650- 5,63,000

Harley Davidson Forty Eight- 9,49,800

Bajaj Avenger 220 Street- 87,375

Royal Enfield Thunderbird-1,47,698

Pulsar 220 F

CarsSports CarChevrolet Camaro- 50,00,000

Dodge Challenger- 40,00,000

Dodge Charger- 43,00,000

Porsche Boxter- 50,00,000

Chevrolet Corvette- 57,00,000

Alfa Romeo 4C Spider- 44,00,000

Dodge SRT Viper- 73,00,000

Aston Martin Vantage GT- 77,00,000

Audi R8- 1,35,00,000

Maserati Gran Tourismo- 1,23,00,000

BMW i8- 95,00,000

Acura NSX- 1,05,00,000

Lamborghini Huracan- 1,77,00,000

Ferrari 458 Spyder- 1,78,00,000

McLaren 650S- 1,90,00,000

McLaren 675LT- 2,52,00,000

Lamborghini Aventador- 3,49,00,000

Bugatti Veyron- 12,00,00,000

LuxuryBMW M2- 35,00,000

Rolls Royce Ghost- 5,60,00,000

Mercedes Benz S-Coupe- 2,66,00,000

Aston Martin Rapide-

ConvertibleMercedes Benz SL Class- 1,44,00,000

Bank Balance789,84,43,000
Net Worth- 130 Million Dollars

Career:
Vs. RSA (Away):
2nd Test Match:
117/2 (48.0) 13 Maidens (H. Amla(stumped); M. Boucher
(cb)) 1st innings
3rd Test Match: (MoM)
20(32)* 3 fours 1st innings
83/4 (32.5) 7 Maidens (A. Peitersen(c&b); M. Boucher(c.
Zaheer Khan); M. Morkel(cb); L. Tsotsobe(c. C. Pujara) 1st
innings
10(19) 1x4 2nd innings
70/2 (22.0) 4 Maidens (A. Pietersen(b); AB De Villiers(c.
G. Gambhir)) 2nd Innings
ODI 3:
26/1(5.0) (AB De Villiers(st))
1(3)
ODI 4:
51/2(10.0) 1 Maiden (J. Botha(b); M. Van Wyk(c. Y.
Singh))
28(26) 3x4 1x6
OD1 5:

66/2(10.0) (H. Amla( lbw); G. Smith(st.))


37(19) 6x4

World Cup (India):


Vs. Bangladesh41/2 (9.0) 2 Maidens (T. Iqbal (lbw); M. Rahim(cb))
Vs. England21(14) 2x4 1x6
38/0 (10.0) 2 Maidens
Vs. Ireland41/1(10.0) 1 Maiden (W. Porterfield (b)
Vs. Netherlands40/1 (10.0) (W. Barresi)
Vs. South Africa30(26) 2x4 1x6
30/0 (10.0) 2 Maidens
Vs. West Indies107(110)
33/1 (10.0) 1 Maiden (DM Bravo (cb))
Vs. Australia70/1 (10.0) 1 Maiden (R. Ponting(c. V. Kohli))
28(25)
Vs. Pakistan44/1(10.0) 2 Maiden (K. Akmal(cb))
21(9)* 4x4
Vs. Sri Lanka68/0 (10.0)
11(5)

Vs. West Indies (Away)ODI 126/2 (10.0) 2 Maidens (RR Sarwan(lbw); MN


Samuels(lbw))
ODI 243/1 (9.0) 1 Maiden ( MN Samuels(b))
6(1)*
ODI 325/2 (5.3) 1 Maiden (D. Sammy(lbw), C. Baugh(cb))
10(7) 2x4
ODI 426/0(10.0) 1 Maiden
3(6)*
ODI 523(28) 2x4
26/0 (7.0) 2 Maiden
Test 116(42) 1x4
39/1(24.0) 10 Maidens (DM Bravo(lbw))
29(34) 6x4
77/2(25.0) 3 Maidens (S. Chanderpaul(cb); DM Bravo(b))
Test 254(82)
81/2(31.0) (L. Simmons(c. H. Singh); C. Baugh(cb))
59(94)
2/0(5.0) 2 Maidens

Test 396/2(44.0) 15 Maidens (K. Powell(c&b); S.


Chanderpaul(b))
4(6)
37/2(15.0) 2 Maidens (K. Powell(c. A. Mukund);
9(20)*

Vs. England (Away)Test 175/1(30.0) 6 Maidens (E. Morgan(b))


51(114)*
115/1(40.0) 6 Maidens (K. pietersen(c. S. Tendulkar))
9(18)
Test 272/2(22.0) (K. Peitersen(b); E. Morgan(b))
2(11)
59/2(23.0) 7 Maidens (A. Strauss(c. H. Singh); A.
Cook(cb))
31(52)
Test 358(114)*
163/1 (70.0) 15 Maidens (E. Morgan(cb))
0(1)
Test 4105/3(46.0) (I. Bell(lbw); K. Pietersen(cb); A. Cook(b))
137(336)
4(7)
ODI 1-

65(56) 6x4 2x6


ODI 219(8) 2x6
26/0 (5.0)
ODI 343(43)
29/1(5.0) (I. Bell(cb))
ODI 440/1(10.0) 1 Maidens (C. Kieswetter(c. R. Jadeja))
62(61)
ODI 522(17)*
23/1 (6.0) (C. Kieswetter(c. S. Raina))

Vs. England (Home)ODI 128(22) 7x4


16/1 (6.0) (A. Cook (c. P Patel))
ODI 220/1(10.0) (J. Trott(lbw))
ODI 322/2(10.0) 2 Maidens (C. Kieswetter(b); K. Pietersen(c. G
Gambhir)
87(110)
ODI 437/4 (9.0) (J. Trott (c. V Kumar); J. Bairstow(c. R.
Ashwin); S. Patel(c. V. Kohli); S. Meaker (cb))

16(20)*
ODI 545(23)
36/1 (10.0) 3 Maidens (I. Bell(b))

Vs. West IndiesTest 184/2 (25.0) 4 Maidens (K. Braithewhite(c. V Sehwag); C.


Baugh(b))
53(127)
30/0(14.0)
48(108)*
Test 2143(185)
33/1(15.0) (D. Sammy(lbw))
69/2(28.0) (D. Bravo(cb); Chanderpaul(lbw))
Test 371/2(25.0) (A. Bharath(b); K. Edwards(c. M. Vijay); S.
Chanderpaul(c. R. Dravid); D. Sammy(b))
179(201)*
58/4(18.0) (A. Bharath(c&b); K. Powell(lbw))
30(39)
ODI 143/1 (10.0) (A. Bharath(b))
8(12)
ODI 239/0 (10.0)
39(40)*

ODI 330/0(10.0)
40(39)

Vs. Australia (Away):


Test 161/0 (26.0)
20(62)
48/0(15.0)
33(77)
Test 225(47)
100/4(37.0) (D. Warner(cb); E. Cowan(c. R. Dravid); S.
Marsh(cb); R. Ponting(b))
6(13)
Test 320(45)
56/2(25.0) (R. Harris(c. R Ashwin); P. Siddle(cb))
108(182)*
Test 4101/2 (37.0) (E. Cowan(lbw); D. Warner(c. R. Dravid))
31(46)
54/0(19.0)
15(24)
ODI 139/2(7.0) (D. Warner(cb); M. Hussey(lbw))
18(12)* 3x4 1x6
ODI 2-

44/1(10.0) (T. Dilshan(c. I Pathan))


42(33) 9x6 1x4
ODI 38(15)
66/3 (10.0) (P. Forrest(b); D. Hussey(b); C. Mckay(c. H.
Singh))
ODI 448/1 (9.0) (T. Dilshan(b))
26(20)*
ODI 554/3 (10.0) (T. Dilshan(c. S. Raina); Jayawardene(cb); A.
Matthews(cb))
9(15)
ODI 657/0(10.0)
26(24)
ODI 728/0 (10.0)
18(13)
ODI 835/2 (10.0) (Jayawardene(cb); Sanakkara(b))
22(7)4x4 1x6

Asia CupVs. Sri Lanka26/3(7.0) (Jayawardena(cb); T. Dilshan(c. Kohli); K.


Sanakara(c. Jadeja))
22(13)* 4x4 1x6
Vs. Bangladesh-

22(17) 4x4 1x6


42/1 (10.0) (N. Hossain(cb))
Vs. Pakistan
58/1 (10.0) (M. Hafeez(lbw))
73(58) 8x4

Vs. RSAT20 133/2 (4.0) (J. Kallis(c. P. Kumar); C. Ingram(c&b))

T20 World CupVs. Afghanistan22(17)*3x4


31/1(4.0) (N. Mangal(c. V. Kohli))
Vs. England1(1)*
5/0 (1.0)
Vs. Australia51(23)*
27/1 (4.0) (S. Watson(c. I Pathan))
Vs. Pakistan16/2(4.0) (I. Nazir(lbw); S. Afridi(c. V. Sehwag))
Vs. South Africa32(13)*
25/1 (4.0) (H. Amla(cb))

Vs. EnglandTest 163(135)

84/1(25.0)
53/0 (27.0)
Test 290(166)
89/1 (28.0) (A. Cook (c&b))
91(170)*
Test 312(25)
108/2(28.0) (J. Trott(c. V. Sehwag); S. Patel(c. C. Pujara))
67(164)*
Test 482/3(34.0) (N. Compton(lbw); K. Peitersen(b); T.
Bresnan(c. H. Singh))
11(26)
39/1 (16.0) (Trott(c. S. Tendulkar))
T20 130/1(4.0) (M. Lumb(lbw))
22(15)
T20 228(26)
28/1(4.0) (A. Hales(c. S. Raina))
ODI 141/1 (10.0) (I. Bell(lbw); E. Morgan(cb))
58(65)
ODI 246/2(10.0) (I. Bell(b); K. Pietersen(b))
34(60)

ODI 334(72)*
20/3(6.0) (I. Bell(cb); K. Pietersen(c. A. Rahane); J.
Root(b))
ODI 455/0 (10.0)
48(74)
ODI 555(75)
51/1 (10.0) (A. Cook(c. R. Sharma))

Vs. PakistanT20 11(4)


23/1(4.0) (A. Shehzad(lbw))
T20 225(29)
33/0 (4.0)
ODI 153(76)
28/0 (8.0)
ODI 248/0 (10.0)
11(34)
ODI 365(90)
49/4 (10.0) (N. Jamshed(lbw); Y. Khan(c. R. Sharma); M.
Ul Haq(cb); M. Hafeez(b))

Vs. AustraliaTest 152/3 (19.0) (E. Cowan(b); D. Warner(cb); P. Hughes(lbw))


30(67)
45/1 (15.0) ( S. Watson(lbw))
Test 218/3 (8.1) (M. Henriques(b); G. Maxwell(cb); P. Siddle(c.
R. Ashwin))
5(15)
59/1 (20.0) (E. Cowan(lbw))
Test 371/1(22.0) (M. Clarke(b))
32(94)
39/0 (15.0)
27(39)*
Test 480/3 (19.0) (E. Cowan(lbw); D. Warner(lbw); S.
Watson(R. Ashwin))
36(92)
32/1 (11.0) (G. Maxwell(cb))
7(16)*

Champions TrophyVs. RSA32/1 (8.0) (AB De Villiers(c. V. Kohli))


73(91)
Vs. WI67/1 (10.0) (D. Bravo(cb))

56(75)
Vs. PAK22/3 (7.0) (K. Akmal(c. R. Sharma); S. Malik(cb); W.
Riaz(c. V. Kohli))
49(70)
Vs. SRI35/2 (8.0) (K. Sangakkara(c&b); Jayawardene(c. B.
Kumar))
31(44)
Vs. ENG33(29)
19/0 (4.0)

West Indies Triangular SeriesVs. WI68(93)


46/4 (10.0) (C. Gayle(c. S. Raina); D. Smith(c. R. Jadeja);
M. Samuels(cb); D. Bravo(b))
Vs. SRI9(18)
48/1 (7.0) (M. Jayawardena(b))
Vs. WI49(73)
43/3 (10.0) (C. Gayle(b); J. Charles(b); D. Bravo(cb))
Vs. SRI41(76)*
24/1 (4.0) (Jayawardene(cb))
Vs. SRI44(49)

30/2 (7.0) (K. Sangakkara(c. V. Kumar); Thiramanne(b))

India in ZimbabweODI 133/0 (10.0)


107(135)*
ODI 251(66)
15/2(10.0) (V. Sibanda(lbw); S. Raza(b))
ODI 324/6 (10.0) (V. Sibanda(c. V Kohli); S. Raza(b); H.
Masakadza(cb); B. Taylor(b); S. Williams(cb); M.
waller(b))
27(57)
ODI 426/3 (7.0) (H. Masakadza(c&b); S. Williams(b); P.
Utseya(lbw))
40(60)
ODI 535/4 (10.0) (V. Sibanda(c. V. Kohli); B. Taylor(b); S.
Williams(c. Kohli); E. Chigumbura(lbw))
30(57)

Australia in IndiaT20 123/1 (4.0) (N. Maddinson(b))


6(4)
ODI 151/0(10.0)
60(55)

ODI 248/2 (10.0) (A. Finch(cb); S. Watson(c. I. Sharma))


54(27)
ODI 345(48)
68/2 (10.0) (P. Hughes(b); S. Watson(b))
ODI 457/1 (10.0) (P. Hughes(lbw))
12(13)*
ODI 659/3 (10.0) (S. Watson(b); G. Bailey(c. Kohli); M.
Johnson(cb))
47(42)
ODI 755(33)
44/2 (8.0) (G. Bailey(lbw); A. Voges(b))

West Indies in India


Test 174/6 (10.0) (D. Bravo(c&b); S. Chanderpaul(c. V. Kohli);
D. Ramdin(c. R. Sharma); S. Shillingford(b); V.
Permaul(lbw); S. Cotrell(lbw))
5(16)
37/0 (8.0)
Test 236/1 (10.0) (N. Deonarine(b))
83(94)
33/3 (12.0) (M. Samuels(c. S. Dhawan); S.
Chanderpaul(c. R. Sharma); S. Shillingford(c. B. Kumar))

ODI 148/1 (10.0) (J. Charles(b))


76(82)
ODI 264(83)
46/1 (7.4) (S. Narini(cb))
ODI 355/0 (10.0)
69(77)

India in South AfricaODI 145/1 (10.0) (H. Amla(c. V. Kohli)


36(38)
ODI 260/3 (10.0) (AB De Villiers(c. M Shami); JP Duminy(lbw);
D. Miller(b))
58(85)
ODI 353/1 (10.0) (Q. De kock(b))
Test 124(74)
39/3 (13.0) (G. Smith(lbw); H. Amla(cb); M. Morkel(c. V.
Kohli))
52(68)
73/2 (28.0) (H. Amla(b); F. Du Plessis(lbw))
Test 22(8)

72/5 (29.2) (G. Smith(lbw); H. Amla(lbw); J. Kallis(cb); M.


Morkel(cb); F. Du Plessis(b))
119(265)*

India in New Zealand


ODI 148/5 (10.0) (M. Guptil(c. R ashwin); K. Williamson(c. R.
Jadeja); R. Taylor(cb); B. Mccullum(lbw); N. Mccullum(b))
26(35)
ODI 249/4 (10.0) (K. Williamson(cb); C. Andersen(c. R. Jadeja);
N. Mccullum(b); B. Mccullum(lbw))
40(67)
ODI 365/4(10.0) (J. Ryder(c. S. Ahmed); C. Andersen(b); R.
Taylor(lbw); B. Mccullum(lbw))
37(37)
ODI 433/1 (10.0) (J. Ryder(b))
63(86)
ODI 552/2 (10.0) (K. Williamson(cb); B. Mccullum(lbw))
60(69)
Test 1117/8 (36.1) (P. Fulton(lbw); H. Rutherford(c. R sharma);
K. Williamson(cb); B. Mccullum(lbw); B. Watling(cb); T.
Southee(I. Sharma); I. Sodhi(lbw); N. Wagner(b))
44(94)

30/3 (15.0) (P. Fulton(lbw); C. Andersen(c. A Rahane); T.


Southee(c. R Ashwin))
39(69)
Test 232/3 (14.0) (P. Fulton(c. I sharma); B. Mccullum(c. S.
Dhawan); T. Boult(b))
4(4)
84/4 (40.0) (P. Fulton(b); B. Mccullum(b); Latham(c. I
sharma); B. Watling(cb))
43(99)*

Asia CupVs. Bangladesh48/2 (10.0) (Z. Rehman(c. R. Sharma); N. Hossain(cb))


62(79)
Vs. Sri Lanka104(114)
37/0 (10.0)
Vs. Pakistan49/3 (10.0) (Sharzeel K(b); M. Hafeez(cb); U. Gul(c
Rahane))
67(79)
Vs. Afghanistan39/2 (10.0) (S. Shenwari(b); Stanikzai(c. Rhane))
91(94)*

T20 World Cup 2014Vs. Pakistan22/0 (4.0)


24(20)*

Vs. West Indies25/1 (4.0) (D. Smith(c&b))


20(8)*
Vs. Bangladesh29/2 (10.0) (A. Haque(b); M. Rahim(c. Kohli))
42(32)
Vs. Australia34(28)
15/1 (3.0) (C. White(b))
Vs. South Africa32(23)
27/1 (10.0) (F. Du Plessis(b))
Vs. Sri Lanka19/1 (3.0) (T. Dilshan(c. Kohli))
67(52)

India in EnglandTest 150(87)


30/1 (11.0) (J. Andersen(c. Dhawan))
1(14)
Test 233(55)
77/5 (32.0) (S. Robson(lbw); G. Balance(cb); I. Bell(b); J.
Root(lbw); M. Prior(c Dhawan))
121(156)
21/2 (16.0) (A. Cook(b); J. Andersen(b))
Test 3-

115/6 (37.0) (A. Cook(lbw); S. Robson(c Jadeja); G.


Balance(c. B Kumar); J. Root(cb); M. Ali(lbw); J. Butler(c.
P Singh))
60(102)
47/3 (20.0) (S. Robson(b); G. Balance(cb); I. Bell(lbw))
37(113)
Test 452(123)
48/6 (25.0) (S. Robson(cb); G. Balance(cb); M. Ali(lbw); J.
Butler(c. C. Pujara); J. Root(c. G Gambhir); S. Broad(b))
15(20)*
ODI 139(44)
19/2 (6.0) (J. Root(b); B. Stokes(c Rahane))
ODI 244/3(10.0) (A. Cook(b); J. Root(b); J. Butler(b))
11(19)
ODI 343/1 (10.0) (A. Hale(lbw))
36(44)
ODI 455(72)
52/1 (10.0) (J. Root(c Ashwin))

India in AustraliaTest 185/3 (27.0) (D. Warner(lbw); S. Watsom(c A. Rahane); N.


Lyon(c. M. Shami))
111(180)

33/1 (15.0) (M. Marsh(lbw))


49(93)
Test 217(24)
45/0 (13.0)
19(50)
27/2 (9.0) (D. Warner(cb); S. Watson(cb))
Test 3104/3 (32.0) (D. Warner(cb); S. Marsh(cb); J. Burns(b))
76(152)
61/1 (20.0) (C. Rogers(cb))
89(233)*
Test 487/3 (34.0) (D. Warner(b); J. Burns(c. M Shami); R.
Harris(cb))
129(202)
45/0 (8.0)
91 (187)*

Carlton Mid Triangular SeriesVs. Australia133(133)


34/3 (10.0) (A. Finch(cb); S. Smith(lbw); G. Maxwell(c.
Sharma))
Vs. England55(83)
33/0 (5.0)
Vs. England-

33(50)
45/3 (9.0) (J. Root(c&b); E. Morgan(Sharma());
Bopara(b))

World Cup 2015


Vs. Pakistan64(93)
34/3 (10.0) (S. Maqsood(b); S. Afridi(b); W. Riaz(b))
Vs. South Africa150(138)
35/2 (8.0) (AB De Villiers(cb); F. Du Plessis(c Sharma))
Vs. UAE54(84)*
22/4 (5.0) (A. Ali(cb); S. Anwar(b); R. Mustafa(lbw); A.
Javed(c Raina))
Vs. West Indies40(58)
45/4 (10.0) (C. Gayle(cb); M. Samuel(b); J. Carter(cb); D.
Ramdin(b))
Vs. Ireland61/2 (10.0) (A. Balbirnie(b); S. Thompson(cb))
181(143)*
Vs. Zimbabwe33/3 (10.0) (H. Masakadza(b); T. Panyangara(cb); RW
Chakwabza(lbw))
59(93)
Vs. Bangladesh57(44)

44/2 (8.0) (I. Kayes(c&b); N. Hossain(cb))


Vs. Australia54/2 (10.0) (A. Finch(c. R Sharma); S. Smith(c. R.
Sharma))
33(47)

India in Bangladesh
Test 1109(237)
63/4 (22.2) (M. Rahim(lbw); J. Hussain(cb); S. Sarkar(c V
Kohli); L Das(c R ashwin))
ODI 334(49)
6/0 (4.0)

India in Sri LankaTest 128/3 (12.4) (L. Thiramanne(c&b); K. Prasad(lbw); J.


Mubarak(c. V Kohli))
50(91)
49/4 (19.0) (Prasad(lbw); Thiramanne(lbw); A.
Matthews(b); K. Sangakkara(c. A Rahane))
4(7)
Test 2157(203)
6/1 (14.0) (karunaratne(b))
26(65)
Test 355(84)
4(6)

South Africa In IndiaT20 1 (Dharamshala)1(3)


12/0 (2.0)
T20 2 (Barabati)22(34)
17/1 (4.0) (AB De Villiers(b))
ODI 1 (Kanpur)53/2 (10.0) (H. Amla(cb); D. Miller(lbw))
53(68)
ODI 2 (Indore)14(26)
32/1 (10.0) (F. Du Plessis(c. R. Sharma))
ODI 3 (Rajkot)46/0 (8.0)
33(34)
ODI 4 (Chennai)17(19)
34/1 (10.0)
ODI 5 (Wankede)74/2 (10.0) (Q. De Kock(c Kohli); AB De Villiers (c. R.
Sharma))
42(31)
Test 1 (Mohali)17(38)
20/3 (8.0) (D. Vilas(c. Jadeja); V. Philander(c. V. Kohli); I.
Tahir(cb))

4(2)
3/1 (3.0) (H. Amla(cb))
Test 2 (Bangalore)40/3 (13.0) (S. Van Zyl(b); K. Rabada(lbw); D. Vilas(c&b))
Test 3 (Nagpur)27(88)
13/2 (9.0) (AB de Villiers(b); D. Vilas(b))
76(144)
36/4 (17.0) (I. Tahir(lbw); K. Rabada(c. Kohli); D.
Vilas(cb); JP Duminy(lbw))
Test 4 (Delhi)34(79)
25/0 (8.0)
137(348)*
23/1 (10.0) (H. Amla(c. Pujara))

India in AustraliaODI 1 (Perth)56(45)


57/2 (10.0) (D. Warner(c Kohli); G. Baliey(b))
ODI 2 (Brisbane)46(45)
46/2 (10.0)(S. Smith(b); S. Marsh(c Kohli))
ODI 3 (Melbourne)73(69)
22/0 (5.0)
ODI 4 (Canberra)54/1 (10.0) (D. Warner(c R Jadeja))

126(92)
ODI 5 (Sydney)59/1 (A. finch(b))
50(33)
T20 1 (Adelaide)33(24)
29/2 (4.0) (D. Warner(c&b); S. Smith(c Kohli))
T20 2 (Melbourne)42(31)
27/3 (4.0) (S. Marsh(c Pandya); C. Lynn(b); G.
Maxwell(cb))
T20 3 (Sydney)30/3 (4.0) (S. Marsh(lbw); Maxwell(cb); T. Head(b))
23(14)

Sri Lanka in IndiaT20 1 (Pune)23(21)


13/2 (2.0) (Gunathilaka(c Dhawan); Shanaka(c Raina))
T20 2 (Ranchi)75(57)
27/0 (4.0)
T20 3 (Vijag)16/3 (4.0) (N. Dickwella(b); T. Dilshan(lbw); C.
Fernando(c. Bumrah))

T20 World Cup 2016Vs. New Zealand17/0 (4.0)

20(28)
Vs. Pakistan22/0 (4.0)
61(29)
Vs. Bangladesh43(36)
24/1 (4.0) (S. Rahman(c Pandya))
Vs. Australia31/0 (4.0)
57(30)
Vs. West Indies50(28)
28/0 (4.0)