South Africa v West Indies, 1st ODI, Durban January 17, 2015

Amla the fastest, Holder the youngest

Stats highlights from the first ODI between South Africa and West Indies, in Durban

Hashim Amla now holds the record for fastest to 2000, 3000, 4000 and 5000 ODI runs © Gallo Images

101 Innings in which Hashim Amla got to 5000 ODI runs, the fastest for any batsman. He broke the previous record of 114 innings, jointly held by Virat Kohli and Viv Richards. Amla also holds the record for being the fastest to 2000, 3000 and 4000 ODI runs.

23 Jason Holder's age (23yrs 72days), making him the youngest player to captain West Indies in any format of international cricket. The previous youngest was Jackie Grant who captained West Indies in a Test against Australia in 1930 aged 23 years and 217 days.

6 Ducks scored by Rilee Rossouw in international cricket, the most by any top-order batsman (Nos. 1 to 7) since 2014. Sri Lanka's Kusal Perera has also scored exactly six ducks in this period. Rossouw has scored five of his six ducks in ODIs, from only ten innings.

7.3 Vernon Philander's economy rate in this ODI, his highest in a game where he has picked up a wicket. Philander returned figures for 3 for 44 from his six overs.

2 Ducks scored by Faf du Plessis in his last seven international innings. He had not scored a single duck in the 108 innings prior to that.

79.8 The average partnership between Amla and AB de Villiers in ODIs, the highest for any pair who have shared at least ten partnerships. They have scored 2473 runs in 33 innings. Amla and de Villiers posted a 99-run partnership for the third wicket in this match.

5.8 South Africa's run-rate during their innings of 279 in 48.2 overs. This is the fourth-highest run-rate for a team batting first at Kingsmead, Durban.

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