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Stats Analysis

Virat Kohli continues to ace the big chase

Plus, Rohit Sharma sets a new year-end high for opening batsmen

Bharath Seervi
141.85 - Virat Kohli's average in successful chases of 300-plus targets. India have had 10 such chases in the last 10 years and Kohli has scored 993 runs in those games, with seven centuries and a fifty (85 in this game).
10 - Successive bilateral ODI series wins for India against West Indies - six in India and four in the West Indies. The last time West Indies won a series against India was in 2006.
316 - The target chased by India in this series decider, their second-biggest in a knockout or series-deciding match. The highest remains the 326 in the Natwest Trophy final against England at Lord's in 2002.
3 - Successive series deciders lost by West Indies. They lost the third T20I against Afghanistan after being 1-1, and then suffered the same fate against India in both T20Is and ODIs. In the T20I against Afghanistan, they failed to chase down 157, while in the deciding T20I against India they fell well short of a mammoth target of 241.
2442 - Runs for Rohit Sharma in international matches this year, the most by an opener in a calendar year across the three formats. The previous highest was Sanath Jayasuriya's 2387 runs in 1997. Rohit finishes the year as the highest run-getter in ODIs and second-highest across the three formats, behind Kohli.

Bharath Seervi is stats sub-editor at ESPNcricinfo @SeerviBharath