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Kedar Jadhav on his batting in Pune, on batting with Virat Kohli, and on batting through pain
After India's spectacular win in Pune against England, ESPNcricinfo looks at other successful come-from-behind chases
Kedar Jadhav battled physical exertion and pain as he played the innings of his life, but there could not have been a better balm to soothe those pains than watching his team go the distance
Virat Kohli has hailed Kedar Jadhav's 65-ball hundred in the first ODI against England and said the 200-run stand was one of the best partnerships he has been involved in
A little over 60 overs into the game in Pune it appeared England had their winning template in place
Balls for Jason Roy's half-century; only two England batsmen have got quicker 50s in ODIs v India - Owais Shah and Flintoff (35 balls each)
Fifty-plus scores for Joe Root in his last 15 ODI innings - 2 hundreds and 7 fifties. In his last 8 innings he has 6 fifties
Balls for Stokes' 50, the fastest for England against India. The previous quickest was 35 balls, by Owais Shah and Flintoff
Runs added by England in the last 8 overs of this inns - their 2nd most in any away match and 4th highest since 2001. They climbed from 245 in 42 overs to 350 in 50.
Runs scored by Ind openers - 8 by Rahul and 1 by Dhawan - their lowest in 49 ODIs. Last time the openers added fewer runs was v Ban in Dhaka in 2014.
Last instance of India openers aggregating less than 10 runs in a home ODI, vs SA in Hyderabad (3 runs). Rahul (8) & Dhawan (1) added only 9 runs today.
No. of 50+ scores for Kohli in his last 14 ODI innings, including today. However, this is his first fifty in 10 ODIs against England; ave of 16.9 in last 9 inns v Eng.
No. of quicker ODI 50s for India against England than Jadhav's 29-ball effort. Dhoni had made a 50 in 26 balls in Cardiff in 2011.
No. of centuries for Kohli in ODI chases - joint-most by any batsman along with Sachin Tendulkar.
No. of quicker centuries by India batsmen in ODIs than Kedar Jadhav's 65-ball effort. Kohli has 2 of those (52 & 61 balls) while Sehwag (60) and Yuvraj (64) are others.
No. of times India have successfully chased targets of 350 or more in ODIs, including today. All other teams combined have won chasing only three such targets.