India swap boundaries for singles
Stats highlights from India's 62-run win in the second ODI against Zimbabwe
112 The partnership between Ajinkya Rahane and M Vijay, India's best for the first wicket against Zimbabwe in Zimbabwe, and their second-highest in all ODIs in Zimbabwe. Their best in Zimbabwe is 133, by Sourav Ganguly and Sachin Tendulkar, against West Indies in Harare in 2001. 9 Fifty-plus scores for Rahane when opening the batting in ODIs. In 36 innings when he has opened the batting he averages 34.08; in 20 innings when he has batted in the middle order he averages 26.15, with only three fifty-plus scores. 33 Vijay's highest score in 14 previous ODI innings. This is the second time he has been involved in a century stand in ODIs: against New Zealand in Vadodara in 2010, he had put together 115 for the first wicket with Gautam Gambhir.
140 Singles in the Indian innings today, compared to 94 in the first match of the series. In this game, India struck only 16 fours and played 123 dot balls, compared to 24 fours and 161 dot balls in the first game.
4 Wickets for Neville Madziva, his best haul in 24 List A games. His previous best was also in an ODI - 3 for 60 against Bangladesh in Mirpur last year. 44.42 Chamu Chibhabha's average in eight ODI innings in 2015, with three fifties including a highest of 99. 4 for 33 Bhuvneshwar Kumar's figures, only the second time he has taken four in an ODI. His best figures are 4 for 8, against Sri Lanka in Port-of-Spain in 2013. 62 The margin of victory, India's third-largest against Zimbabwe in Zimbabwe.