Australia v India, 1st Test, Adelaide, 3rd day December 11, 2014

Kohli makes hundred on captaincy debut

Stats highlights from the third day of the first Test between Australia and India at Adelaide

Mitchell Johnson bowled 18 overs and went for 90 runs, making it only the third instance of Johnson conceding five runs per overs when he has bowled at least 15 overs © Getty Images

4 Number of Indians who have scored hundreds on their captaincy debut - Virat Kohli, Sunil Gavaskar, Dilip Vengsarkar and Vijay Hazare.

300 Number of times that teams have declared a Test innings after posting 500 runs or more; this was the 300th instance. Australia have made 67 such declarations, more than by any other team.

73 Runs scored by Cheteshwar Pujara during India's first innings, his second highest score in an away Test. His highest score is 153 against South Africa in December 2013.

7 Number of Test hundreds scored by Kohli. However, Kohli has not gone on to score even 120 runs in any of those innings, with his highest Test score being 119 versus South Africa at Johannesburg in 2013.

101 The fourth wicket partnership between Kohli and Ajinkya Rahane. India's last 100-plus partnership was between Mohammad Shami and Bhuvneshwar Kumar (111 runs) for the tenth wicket during the first innings of the first Test between India and England at Nottingham earlier this year.

5 Number of times that teams have posted 50-plus partnerships for the second, third, fourth and fifth wickets in the same innings of a Test in Australia, the first time by India. Four of these five instances have been at Adelaide.

3 Number of times that Mitchell Johnson has gone at five runs per over in a Test innings when he has bowled at least fifteen overs. He conceded 90 runs in 18 overs on the second day, making this the third such instance.

30 The partnership runs between Murali Vijay and Shikhar Dhawan for India's first wicket. During India's 2011 tour of Australia, India highest opening partnership, between Gautam Gambhir and Virender Sehwag, was 26 from eight innings.

Bishen Jeswant is a stats sub editor at ESPNCricinfo. @bishen_jeswant

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