India might have lost the third ODI in the low scoring match but the match was one which was filled with graphics ticking with stats. Here are the five most important ones you should know about.
1. 189/9 is the second lowest total defended by West Indies at home. The first one was against England with 127 Runs in Kingston in 1981.
2. It had been 11 years since India failed to chase down a Sub – 200 target in One day International, until this match.
3. Dhoni’s 108 Ball Fifty was the slowest by an Indian Batsmen since 2000. He took 139 minutes with 46.30 Strike Rate and hit only one four to score his half-century. The previous record was held by Sourav Ganguly, who scored a Fifty with 105 Balls.
4. Jason Holder 5/27 is the third best figure for a WI captain, only after Vivian Richards 6/41 and D. Bravo’s 6/43
5. India and Hardik Pandya took 111 deliveries to hit boundary after Rahane hit 7 Fours in the first 20 overs.