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  Statistical Highlights - India v. South Africa - 25/10/2015  
  South Africa scored 4/438 in defeating India by 214 runs at Wankhede Stadium on the 25th October 2015, which was South Africa's equal second highest score. See Sides Making 350 or More in 50 over match (ODI Cricket) . Also, it was the twelfth time that South Africa have won by 200 runs or more. See Matches won by 200 Runs or More . South Africa equalled their existing record of 3 hundreds in an innings. See Most 100's Scored in an Innings. South Africa have now won 13, lost 15, of the 28 matches played against India in India, see India v South Africa, and won their first match against India at Wankhede Stadium. See India v South Africa at Wankhede Stadium.

Kagiso Rabada took 4/41 in the match, which was the second time that he has taken four wickets or more in a match, first against India, and he has now taken 21 wickets at an average of 20.24. See Performances by Opponent at All Grounds.

Abe de Villiers scored 119 runs from 61 balls in the match, which was his twenty third century, see Players Scoring Five Centuries, second in successive matches, Batting - Progressive Average and Aggregate, sixth against India, see Performances by Opponent at All Grounds, seventh in India, and first at Wankhede Stadium. See Performances in India . Abe de Villiers innings included 11 sixes, which is the second time that he has scored 11 or more sixes in an innings, see Players Scoring Most 6s in an Innings by a Player, and his scoring rate of 100.29 is the fastest by a South African player. See Fastest Scoring Rates for Players with Miniumum of 1,000 Runs. Abe de Villiers has now scored 1,193 runs at an average of 79.53 in the 2015 calendar year, which is the third highest, and highest by a South African player. See Players Scoring Most Runs in Year 2015. Overall, he has scored 8,403 runs, his average of 54.21 is the highest of the South African players. See Players Batting 30 Innings with Average of 35 or Better.

Francois de Plessis scored 133 retired hurt from 115 balls in the match, which was his fifth century, first against India, see Performances by Opponent at All Grounds, and first in India, see Performances in India . Francois de Plessis has scored all of his five centuries when batting at number three position, see Performance Analysis by Batting Position, and has scored all of his centuries when playing away from home. See Analysis of Performances at Home and Away . Currently, du Plessis has scored 2,776 runs at an average of 39.66. See South African players Scoring 2000 Career Runs.

Quinton de Kock scored 109 runs from 87 balls in the match, which was his eighth century, fifth against India, see Performances by Opponent at All Grounds, second in India, and first at Wankhede Stadium. See Performances in India . Quinton de Kock has scored all of his eight centuries when South Africa bat first, where he averages 50.07, see Performance Analysis by Innings Number, and has now scored 1,993 runs at an average of 39.86. See South African players Scoring 1000 Career Runs.

Suresh Raina took 1 field catch during the match, which took his aggregate to 100 catches, and he became the fifth Indian player to reach the 100 catches milestone. See Players taking 50 Career Catches .

 
 
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