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  Statistical Highlights - England v. India - 27/07/2014  
 

Alistair Cook scored 95 runs in the first innings of the Test, which was the sixth time that he has been dismissed in the 90's, which is the most by an England player. See Players Dismissed in the 90's on Four or More Occasions . He has now scored 8,257 runs at an average of 45.62. See England Players Scoring 7000 Career Runs.

Ian Bell scored 167 runs from 256 balls in the first innings of the Test, which was his twenty first century, fourth against India, see Performances by Opponent at All Grounds, and it took his aggregate to 7,069 runs at an average of 45.31, and he became the eleventh England player to reach the 7,000 runs milestone. See England Players Scoring 7000 Career Runs. It was his second century at The Rose Bowl, where he averages 286.0. See Performances in England.

Gary Ballance scored 156 runs from 288 balls in the first innings of the Test, which was his third century, second against India, and he has now scored 590 runs at an average of 65.56. See Performances by Opponent at All Grounds.

James Anderson took 5/53 in the first innings of the Test, which was the sixteenth time that he has taken five wickets or more in an innings, third against India, see Performances by Opponent at All Grounds, and he has now taken 369 wickets at an average of 30.22. See England Players Taking 300 Career Wickets. It was the first time that he has taken five wickets in an innings at The Rose Bowl, see Performances in England, and he has taken thirteen of his sixteen five wicket hauls when playing at home. See Analysis of Performances at Home and Away .

England defeated India by 266 runs, and they have now won 28, lost 6, drawn 21 of the 55 matches played against India in England, see England v India, and won the first match played between the two countries at The Rose Bowl. See England v India at The Rose Bowl.

Moeen Ali took 6/67 in the second innings of the Test, which was the first time that he has taken five wickets or more in an innings, and he has now taken 18 wickets at an average of 32.11. See Performances by Opponent at All Grounds. It was the second best innings bowling performance at The Rose Bowl, see Players Taking 5 Wickets in an Innings at The Rose Bowl - (Test Cricket) , and the best Match bowling performance. See The Rose Bowl.

 
 
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