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  Statistical Highlights - Australia v. India - 9/12/2014  
  Dave Warner scored 145 runs from 163 balls in the first innings of the match, which was his tenth century, second against India, see Performances by Opponent at All Grounds, and he has now scored 2,851 runs at an average of 49.16. See Australian Players Scoring 2000 Career Runs. Also, it was his second century at Adelaide Oval, where he averages 75.5, see Performances in Australia, and he is Australia's leading run scorer in the 2014 calendar year, with 959 runs at an average of 73.77. See Players Scoring Most Runs in 2014.

Michael Clarke scored 128 runs from 163 balls in the first innings of the match, which was his twenty eighth century, see Players Scoring Ten Centuries , seventh against India, see Performances by Opponent at All Grounds, and he has now scored 8,425 runs at an average of 51.06. See Australian Players Scoring 8000 Career Runs. It was his seventh century at the Adelaide Oval, where he averages 100.5, see Performances in Australia, and it was his fourteenth century when playing ast Captain. See Captains Scoring 100 for Australia. Also, with 28 centuries, and 27 half centuries his 50/100 conversion ratio of 50.91 is the best of current players. See Scoring 2,000 Runs with a 50/100 Conversion Rate of 40% or Better .

Virat Kohli scored 115 runs from 184 balls in the first innings of the match, which was his seventh century, third against Australia, and he has now scored 1,970 runs at an average of 41.04. See Performances by Opponent at All Grounds. He has scored five of his seven centuries when India bat second. See Performance Analysis by Innings Number . It was his second century at Adelaide Oval. See Indian Players Scoring Centuries at Adelaide Oval - (Test Cricket) .

Dave Warner scored 145 runs from 163 balls in the first innings, and 102 runs from 166 balls in the second innings of the match, which was the second time that he has scored a century in each innings, and first against India. See Players Scoring 100 in both Innings . He has now scored 2,953 runs, see Australian Players Scoring 2000 Career Runs, and his average of 50.05, is the first time that it has risen over 50.0. It was his third century at Adelaide Oval, where he averages 79.29, see Performances in Australia, and he is Australia's leading run scorer in the 2014 calendar year, with 1,061 runs at an average of 75.79. See Players Scoring Most Runs in 2014.

Nathan Lyon took 5/134 in the first innings of the match, which was the sixth time that he has taken five wickets or more in an innings, second against India, see Performances by Opponent at All Grounds, and he has now taken 120 wickets at an average of 35.43. See Australian Players Taking 100 Career Wickets. It was the first time that he has taken five wickets in an innings at Adelaide Oval, see Performances in Australia, and he has now taken 19 wickets at an average of 52.37 in 2014. See Performance Analysis by Year.

Australia defeated India at the Adelaide Oval, and have now won 27, lost 5, and drawn 9 in the 41 matches against India in Australia. See Australia v India. Australia have won 7, lost 1, and drawn 3, of the 11 matches played against India at Adelaide Oval. See Australia v India at Adelaide Oval.

Nathan Lyon took 5/134 in the first innings, and 7/152 in the second innings of the match. Nathan Lyon's match total of 12/286 was the first time that he has taken ten wickets or more in a match, see Performances by Opponent at All Grounds, and it was the fourth best match bowling performance at Adelaide Oval, and the best by an Australian since Clarrie Grimmett in January 1932. See Players Taking 10 Wickets in a Match at Adelaide Oval- (Test Cricket) . He has now taken 127 wickets at an average of 34.67. See Australian Players Taking 100 Career Wickets.

Virat Kohli scored 115 runs from 184 balls in the first innings, and 141 runs from 175 balls in the second innings of the match, and became the fourth Indian player to score a century in each innings, and the second to achieve it against Australia, with both occuring at Adelaide Oval. See Players Scoring 100 in both Innings . Also, it took his aggregate to 2,111 runs, and he became the thirty third Indian player to reach the 2,000 runs milestone. See Indian Players Scoring 2000 Career Runs. It was his second century in the fourth innings of the match, where he averages 70.75. See Performance Analysis by Innings Number .

Murali Vijay scored 99 runs in the second innings of the match, and he is the eighth Indian player to be dismissed on 99. See Players Scoring 99 in an Innings . He has now scored 1,858 runs at an average of 37.92. See Indian Players Scoring 1000 Career Runs.

 
 
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