West Indies v India, 2nd Test, Jamaica August 3, 2016

Roston Chase does a Garry Sobers

Stats highlights from West Indies' draw against India in Jamaica

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16 Consecutive innings where India dismissed the opposition in Tests, before failing to do it in the second innings of this Test. The streak began from the first Test against Sri Lanka in Galle in 2015. Also, coming into this innings, they had dismissed West Indies in 15 consecutive innings beginning from the Roseau Test in 2011.

1966 The last time a West Indies player scored a century and took a five-wicket haul in the same Test before Roston Chase in this match. Garry Sobers made 174 and took 5 for 41 against England at Headingley in August 1966. Chase is the fourth West Indies player to achieve this double. He is the sixth player to do this against India and the first to do it against them since Imran Khan scored 117 and took two five-fors in Faisalabad in 1982-83.

1 Player who achieved the double of a century and a five-wicket haul in the same Test quicker, in terms of matches, than Chase, who was playing just his second match. New Zealand's Bruce Taylor had done this on his debut, also against India, at Eden Gardens in 1964-65. Jack Gregory also achieved this in his career's second Test, at the MCG in 1920-21.

0 Instances of West Indies's No. 5, 6, 7 and 8 all making 50 or more runs in a Test innings, before this. Jermaine Blackwood 63, Roston Chase 137*, Shane Dowrich 74 and Jason Holder 64* produced the first such occasion for their side. This was the only the fifth such instance for any team.

1983 The last time West Indies' sixth and seventh wickets both had century partnerships before this match - also against India, in Kanpur. These two century stands were West Indies' first century partnerships of this series. In fact, in their first three innings they had just four 50-plus partnerships. The 144 runs added by Chase and Dowrich for the sixth-wicket is West Indies' highest for the wicket at Sabina Park.

137* Chase' scores in the second innings - the highest by a batsman at No. 6 or lower at Sabina Park. The last West Indies player to score a century at No. 6 or lower here was Chanderpaul in 2004. This was Chase' highest score in his first-class career, beating his previous best of 136 not out. This was his third century and he has remained not out in all the three innings. He batting average is 44.04 and bowling average is 25.00 in first-class matches.

107.75 Blackwood's strike rate in this match - third-best by a batsman scoring 50 or more in both innings of a Test, behind Mohammad Azharuddin and Virender Sehwag. Sehwag had done it against West Indies at the Kotla in 2011-12. Blackwood was the first West Indies No. 5 to score 50-plus in each innings of a Test, apart from Shivnarine Chanderpaul, since Viv Richards at the Adelaide Oval in 1988-89.

15 Consecutive Tests that had a result at Sabina Park, before the draw in this Test. The last draw here was between the hosts and England in January 1998. Sabina Park is now one of four venues, out of 29, which have hosted 10 or more Tests and have had just one draw.

5 Instances of West Indies saving a Test after facing a first-innings deficit of 300 or more runs. India gave them a deficit of 304 runs which the hosts overcame and also added another 84 runs before it was called draw. The last time they saved a Test after deficit in excess of 300 runs was against New Zealand in Dunedin in 2013-14 where they were trailing by 396. Three of West Indies' five such instances have come against India. This was also the fourth time India failed to win a Test after taking lead of 300 or more runs in the first innings, three of those against West Indies - Delhi 1978-79 and Gros Islet 2016 being the other two apart from this Test.

3.73 West Indies' run rate in this Test, their highest against India in a home Test where they batted twice. In both their innings, they had nearly identical run rate - 3.734 in the first innings and 3.730 in the second innings. On the other hand, India scored their 500 runs at just 2.92.

Bharath Seervi is stats sub-editor at ESPNcricinfo. @SeerviBharath