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Hales and Buttler break records, Kohli passes 4000

Stats highlights from England's ten-wicket win in the second semi-final against India

170* The partnership between Jos Buttler and Alex Hales in the semi-final against India, the highest for any wicket in the history of the men's T20 World Cup. The previous highest was by Rilee Rossouw and Quinton de Kock against Bangladesh in Sydney during the Super 12s of this tournament.
169 The target chased down by England in Adelaide is the joint second-highest without losing a wicket in men's T20Is. Pakistan defeated England in pursuit of 200 without losing a wicket earlier this year in Karachi, while New Zealand also won by ten wickets chasing 169 against Pakistan in 2016.
1 England became the first team to win a knockout at the men's T20 World Cup by ten wickets. It is only the fifth instance of a team winning by ten wickets in the T20 World Cup, and the first for England. The last such result also had India on the receiving end when Pakistan chased down 152 in the 2021 edition.
1 Number of partnerships for England in men's T20Is higher than the 170-run stand between Hales and Buttler. Dawid Malan and Eoin Morgan shared 182 runs for the third wicket against New Zealand in 2019. It is also the second-highest partnership against India in men's T20Is, behind the 174* by De Kock and David Miller in Guwahati earlier this year.
1 England became the first side to win a men's T20I at Adelaide Oval after winning the toss. Each of the previous 11 men's T20Is at this venue was won by the team that lost the toss.
10 Consecutive wins for the chasing team in the knockouts at the men's T20 World Cup. The last side to win a T20 World Cup knockout game while batting first was Sri Lanka in a rain-hit semi-final against West Indies in 2014.
3.65 Difference in the economy rate of the spin bowlers for India and England. India's spinners conceded 57 runs in the six overs they bowled, while England's gave away only 41 runs in seven overs.
4008 Virat Kohli's runs in Twenty20 Internationals. He became the first batter to complete 4000 runs in this format. Kohli's tally of 1141 runs in the men's T20 World Cup is also the highest for any batter.

Sampath Bandarupalli is a statistician at ESPNcricinfo