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Handscomb made his maiden ODI ton in Australia's win.

Stats highlights from Australia's thumping series-levelling win in the fourth ODI

359 The target of 359 is the fifth highest successfully chased the target in the history of ODIs. It is also the highest target chased down by Australia as well as the highest by any team against India.

Highest targets successfully chased by Australia

Highest targets successfully chased against India

192 by Usman Khawaja (91) and Peter Handscomb (117) is the highest by a pair for the third wicket against India in India surpassing 181 between Ken Rutherford and Adam Parore in Baroda in 1994. It is also the second highest third-wicket partnership in a run chase against India after 242 by Steve Smith and George Bailey in Perth in 2016.

2 Instances of three batsmen scoring 80-plus in a run chase in ODIs. Along with Khawaja and Handscomb, Ashton Turner scored a 43-ball unbeaten 84 in what was just his second ODI. The only other similar instance was by Rohit Sharma (141*), Shikhar Dhawan (95) and Virat Kohli (100*) as they chased down 360 against Australia in Jaipur in 2013.

27 Instances of India scoring 350-plus in ODIs - the joint most for a team alongside South Africa. It was the 24th instance of them doing so batting first but the first time they ended up losing after scoring as many.

2012/13 The last time India lost two successive ODIs at home in the same series - the first two ODIs of the three-match series against Pakistan. It also happens to be the first time Australia have won two on the bounce since January 2017.

143 by Shikhar Dhawan is his highest individual score in ODIs surpassing 137 he made against South Africa at the MCG in World Cup 2015. This was his first three-figure score in 18 innings which is the joint longest such barren stretch for him in ODIs. He went through 17 successive innings without a century between December 2013 and October 2014.

193 The opening stand of 193 between Rohit Sharma and Shikhar Dhawan is the highest for India against Australia for the opening wicket. During their partnership, the duo went past Sachin Tendulkar and Virender Sehwag's partnership tally of 4387 runs and among Indian pairs, they are now only behind the all-time ODI record of 8227 between Sachin Tendulkar and Sourav Ganguly. Dhawan and Rohit now have 4571 runs from 102 stands together.

Highest opening stand for India vs Australia

57 Innings taken by Rohit Sharma to reach the landmark of 3000 ODI runs in India - the joint fastest by a player in his home country. Hashim Amla also reached the milestone in South Africa in 57 innings. The previous fastest to 3000 runs in India was Virat Kohli, who took 63 innings.

218 Sixes hit by Rohit in ODIs - the most by a player for India. He went past MS Dhoni's tally of 217 maximums. While Dhoni has faced 11992 balls for his 217 sixes, Rohit took only 9018 deliveries to go past the former India captain.

4 Instances of Bhuvneshwar Kumar getting the better of Aaron Finch in 2019 in as many innings and 39 balls - three of them bowled and once leg before. Prior to this Finch had faced 175 deliveries from Bhuvneshwar without getting dismissed. It is the joint most Bhuvneshwar has dismissed a particular batsman, alongside Martin Guptill.

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