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1. Sourav Ganguly became the first Indian cricketer to be dismissed in the 90s at Lord's. In all, 6 cricketers, including the likes of Vivian Richards (97 Vs Eng, 1976), Alec Stewart (97 Vs Zim, 2000). Mark Waugh (95 Vs Eng, 1997), Nick Knight (94 vs SL, 1998) and Gordon Greenidge (90 Vs Aus, 1983) have been dismissed in the 90's at Lord's.

2. Sourav Ganguly's 90 was his 57th One Day International fifty.

3. Rahul Dravid registered his 53rd ODI fifty with his innings of 52.

4. Steve Harmison's 4 for 22 are now his best bowling figures in One Day Internationals. It bettered his previous best of 3 for 31 (Vs West Indies, Headingley, 2004).



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5. This was the 51st One Day International between India and England.

6. Darren Gough, when he picked up the wicket of Harbhajan Singh, became the first English bowler to take 200 wickets in One Day Internationals. He is overall the 19th bowler in the world to take more than 200 wickets in ODIs.

7. Dinesh Karthik became the 156th player to represent India in One Day Internationals.

8. Michael Vaughan scored his 8th fifty in One Day Internationals.

9. Michael Vaughan's 74 is now his best ODI performance against India. It bettered his previous best of 63, which he scored in the second ODI of the 2001-02 tour of India.

10. The 7th wicket partnership of 92 runs between Michael Vaughan and Ashley Giles became England's highest 7th wicket partnership against India. It bettered the previous best of 86 runs betwen Paul Downton and Mike Gatting (Poona, 1984-85).

11. The 92-run stand for the 7th wicket between Vaughan and Giles also became the highest 7th wicket partnership at Lord's. It bettered the previous record partnership of 77 runs between Chris Read and Marcus Trecothick (VS Pakistan, 2003).

12. The 23-run win is now India's fourth successive win at Lord's. India have now a 4-1 win-loss record at the 'Mecca of Cricket'.

 

 

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