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  Statistical Highlights - India v. Zimbabwe - 14/03/2015  
  India scored 4/288 in defeating Zimbabwe by 6 wickets at Eden Park, which was its highest World Cup innings score when batting second, See Sides Scoring 250 or More Batting Second, and its highest successful run chase in World Cup. See India. India have won 8, and lost 1, of the 9 World Cup matches between the two countries, see India v Zimbabwe, and have won 61.64 % of their World Cup matches, with 45 wins from 73 matches. See India.

Suresh Raina scored 110 not out from 104 balls in the match, which was his maiden World Cup century, see Notable Performances in World Cup, and he has now scored 286 runs at an average of 71.5 in World Cp. See Suresh Raina. Overall, it was his fifth ODI century, first against Zimbabwe, and he has now scored 5,316 runs at an average of 36.16. See Performances by Opponent at All Grounds.

Brendan Taylor scored 138 runs from 110 balls in the match, which was his second World Cup century, first against India, see Notable Performances in World Cup, and he has now scored 690 runs at an average of 46.0 in World Cup. See Brendan Taylor. Overall, it was his eighth ODI century, see Players Scoring Five Centuries, first in New Zealand, see Performances in New Zealand, and he has now scored 5,258 ODI runs at an average of 34.82. See Zimbabwe Players Scoring 5000 Career Runs.

 
 
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