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England's 366 in Cuttack became the 100th 350-plus total in ODIs - here's a lowdown on all the key stats around these high totals
Bhuvneshwar Kumar, playing his first ODI in a year, produced a match-winning five-over second spell that yielded just 39 runs to help India edge out England by 15 runs in the second ODI in Cuttack on Thursday.
Some of India's finest wins have come with Yuvraj Singh and MS Dhoni in harness at the crease. At Cuttack they rolled back the years to extraordinary effect
England captain rues the loss of control with the ball as India seal the ODI series after escaping from another tough start to their innings
Four runs when the ball hits the stumps, and a toe-crusher that actually hurt the bowler feature in the plays of the day for the second ODI between England and India in Cuttack
Runs scored by Dhawan in India's last ODI in Cuttack, against SL in November 2014.
Last time India lost 3 wickets in first 5 overs of an ODI, before this - against Sri Lanka in Dhaka. Last sinch instance at home was in 2007 against Australia.
No. of bowlers to take 3 wkts in the first 5 overs of the innings vs India since 2001 - Shane Bond in Bulawayo in 2005 and Chris Woakes in this match.
Yuvraj's average against England in ODIs, before this match - his best among the full-member opponents. He has scored a fifty today.
Last time Yuvraj scored an ODI century, vs WI in the 2011 World Cup. In 16 inns since 2011 WC, he averaged only 18.32 in 17 inns with only 2 fifties before this knock.
Previous highest score for Yuvraj in ODIs, which was made at SCG in 2003-04. He has gone past that figure in this match.
England's score at the end of 25th over, 30 more than what India had made at the same point.
Runs needed by England in the last 10 overs to win the game. India had made 120 runs in their final 10 overs of the innings.
Runs scored in this match - the second-most in any ODI in India. The highest is 825 runs between hosts and Sri Lanka in Rajkot in 2009-10.
Consecutive bilateral ODI series wins for India at home against England. The visitors' only series win here was in 1984-85.