Bangladesh v India, Champions Trophy, 2nd semi-final, Edgbaston June 15, 2017

Kohli fastest to 8000 ODI runs

The India captain took seven innings fewer than AB de Villiers to get to the landmark

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7 Number of appearances for India in finals of ICC ODI tournaments. This is their fourth Champions Trophy final. They won in 2013, shared the trophy in 2002, and lost in 2000. India will play Pakistan for the first time in the final of an ICC 50-overs event. They beat Pakistan in the final of the World Championship of Cricket in Melbourne in 1985, a tournament contested by the top seven ODI teams at the time.

175 Innings taken by Virat Kohli to reach 8000 ODI runs - the fastest for any cricketer. He went past AB de Villiers, who got to the landmark in 182 innings.

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680 Runs scored by Shikhar Dhawan in Champions Trophy matches - the most by an Indian. Dhawan is currently fourth in the list of all-time run-getters in this tournament.

16 Wickets for Ravindra Jadeja in the Champions Trophy - the most by an Indian. Zaheer Khan is second with 15 wickets in the same number of matches (nine).

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264 Highest target successfully chased at Edgbaston in a 50-over match. Before Thursday's game, 261, by England against Australia in 2004, was the highest score chased down.

11 Centuries for Rohit Sharma in ODIs. He is now joint seventh along with Gautam Gambhir in the list for most centuries by Indians.

19 Wickets taken by India between overs 11 and 40 in this Champions Trophy, the most by any team in this tournament. Pakistan are second with 18 wickets in this phase.

3 Fifty-plus scores for Tamim Iqbal versus India in ICC tournaments - joint second-most for any batsman against India. Ricky Ponting has three. Tamim now has four fifties from his last five innings. In this tournament Tamim scored 293 runs from four innings at an average of 73.25.

Gaurav Sundararaman is a senior stats analyst at ESPNcricinfo

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  • Mehul on June 16, 2017, 19:08 GMT

    Bangladesh Conceded no Extras during India's Inning. Is this happening first time in completed one day match? Is it worth to include in stats here?

  • Purushotham on June 16, 2017, 13:26 GMT

    Well done India and good luck for the final. Should be a tricky contest- Pakistan look like a completely different team from the one that played the first match. BTW did anyone notice that Bangladesh did not concede a single Extra during India's innings? Must be a record!

  • Brijesh on June 16, 2017, 10:58 GMT

    @CricFan80706849 - "Tendulkar holds records because of his longevity in the game, if someone else played as many matches as him his records will surely not stand" - We could perhaps get the kid next door to debut at 16, against quality international sides and remain consistent for the next 24 years? What!? He's not good enough? May be that other kid? Not good enough either? May be that other one.... from Middle Earth? Oh, that's not an actual place?

    Well, we wish you the very best in your search for this wonder kid who can actually be 'great' - It would indeed be a generational find and the cricketing community would be in your debt.

    Yours Truly, Sauron

  •   Rajesh Kadam on June 16, 2017, 10:20 GMT

    Amla plays as opener where as Kohli plays at 3rd or 4th position

  • Harish on June 16, 2017, 8:38 GMT

    Reaching eight thousand runs faster than others comes only secondary to winning multi lateral events. Jaya Surya, MJ and Fleming come bottom on this list, but they have won multi lateral events, lead their sides to the final four consistently, have big hundreds in the knockouts or against the hosts, eliminated them (Fleming hundred chasing in Jo burg, MJ's tons in semis and finals, Jaya Surya's bowling in Eden). AB and Hash must inspire their team to do that. Their team is much better than Lara's.

  • Praveen on June 16, 2017, 8:37 GMT

    @ANDRE117 In that sense, Hashim Amla fastest to X000 runs, until Quinton de Kock gets there too. Those three are ridiculously amazing. No need to compare.

  • Andre on June 16, 2017, 8:12 GMT

    XYZ fastest to X000 runs until Hashim Amla gets there :). Anyway, well done Kohli, arguably the best allround (all 3 formats) batsman currently playing the game.

  • rynelr8107044 on June 16, 2017, 7:35 GMT

    Tendulkar holds records because of his longevity in the game, if someone else played as many matches as him his records will surely not stand

  •   Rohit Jain on June 16, 2017, 7:16 GMT

    " Kohli was spanking the australian bowlers including Johnson all around the park in australia 5-6 years ago while Tendulkar was struggling."

    What a stupid thing to right. Tendulkar was spanking Waqar, Wasim, McGrath, Shoaib, Lee, Donald etc when Kohli was in his diapers. I don't know what you were trying to prove.

  •   kingkohlinumber1 on June 16, 2017, 6:41 GMT

    Age of Hashim Amla-34 years Age of Virat Kohli-28 years How log can Amla keep this up 4 years?,5 years? What after that I think Virat can keep fastest to make 20k runs if he continues his form.

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