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Stats Analysis

Stats - Suryakumar hits India's second-fastest T20I ton

A look at the stats after a dazzling innings from the India batter

3 Centuries for Suryakumar Yadav in T20Is. Only one player has scored more tons than him in this format - Rohit Sharma (4). Three other batters have scored three hundreds in men's T20Is - Glenn Maxwell, Colin Munro, and Sabawoon Davizi.
45 Balls Suryakumar needed to complete his hundred in Rajkot. It is the second-fastest century for India in T20Is. The quickest is by Rohit, who scored a 35-ball century against Sri Lanka in 2017 in Indore.
3 All three centuries by Suryakumar in T20Is have taken fewer than 50 balls. His previous two T20I hundreds were scored in 2022 - against England off 48 balls in Nottingham and against New Zealand off 49 balls in Mount Maunganui. Only one other batter has multiple T20I hundreds in under 50 balls - David Miller (2).
0 Players to score three hundreds while batting at No. 3 and lower in T20Is, before Suryakumar. Two of his three centuries came at No. 4, while another ton when batting at one-down. Four batters, including Suryakumar, have multiple T20I centuries while batting at No. 4 and lower.
9 Sixes by Suryakumar during his 112 not out in the third T20I. These are the second-most sixes hit by a batter for India in an innings in men's T20Is. Rohit is ahead with ten sixes hit during his century against Sri Lanka in 2017.
112* Suryakumar's score in Rajkot, the highest for a batter in the decider of a T20I series comprising three or more matches. Only two players before Suryakumar have had centuries in a T20I series decider - Rohit (100*) against England in 2018 and Muhammad Waseem (107*) against Ireland in 2021.
8 Fifty-plus scores by Suryakumar out of his 16 in T20Is have come at 200-plus strike-rate, the most by any batter. The strike rate of 141.66 during the second T20I in Pune was Suryakumar's lowest for a fifty-plus score in this format.

Sampath Bandarupalli is a statistician at ESPNcricinfo