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A hat-trick, runs for Kohli and a raucous Kolkata crowd cheering India on to victory
Australia's captain Steven Smith has conceded that the team's batting collapses are becoming too frequent, and something needs to be done to arrest the slide
Who among these bowlers has an ODI hat-trick, and who doesn't? Take a shot at our quiz
Hardik Pandya thought he was caught, the Australians thought he was definitely run-out, but it turned out that neither of those dismissals applied to the delivery
Stats highlights from the second ODI at Eden Gardens between India and Australia
No. of India players to take a hat-trick in ODIs - Chetan Sharma (1987), Kapil Dev (1991) and Kuldeep Yadav in this match.
No. of Australia players to score 50 or more in their 100th ODI, including Steven Smith in this match. The highest among them is 81 by Geoff Marsh.
Last time Australia's openers combined for fewer runs in an away ODI than the 2 runs in this game, v NZ in Christchurch. Warner and Cartwright both added one run each in this ODI.
Runs brought by India in their last 15 overs, losing 7 wickets - 185/3 to 252/10. None of those 15 overs could yield more than 8 overs.
No. of 50+ scores for Kohli in ODIs this year, in just 20 innings. Only once he made more such scores - 12 50+ scores in 2011 in 34 innings.
Rohit Sharma's average across all formats at Eden Gardens, before today in 18 innings. His career-best Test (177), ODI (264) and T20 (109*) have all come at this venue.
No. of times in a row Kohli has elected to bat first, including this match. He had done that only once in his first 15 ODIs in charge.