India v Netherlands, World Cup 2011, Delhi

  • Sachin Tendulkar became the first batsman to score 2000 runs in World Cups

  • Yuvraj Singh unbeaten 51 was his third successive 50-plus score in ODIs, a feat he has achieved for the second time in his career. He had done this earlier in November 2007.

  • The 56-run stand between Wesley Barresi and Eric Szwarczynski equalled Netherlands' highest for the first wicket in World Cups

  • When Yuvraj Singh took the wicket of Wesley Barresi, he reached the landmark of 100 wickets in one-dayers

  • Yuvraj Singh reached the 48th half-century of his career off 73 balls, getting there with the winning hit of the match