Ambati Rayudu is the highest Pressure Impact (absorbing pressure of falling wickets) batsman for India in the last two years in ODIs.
No bowler has picked up more proportion of top/middle order wickets in ODIs in the world in the last two years than Mitchell Starc. (Min: 10 ODIs)
Shikhar Dhawan has failed (Batting Impact of less than one in a game) in four of the six ODIs that he has played in New Zealand and Australia. A very high failure rate of 67%.
No batsman has dominated a single edition of the World Cup as Aravinda de Silva did in 1996. Although at number three on runs aggregate he scored the maximum proportion of his team’s runs, displayed the best ability to absorb pressure, was the most prolific chaser and didn't fail even once in the tournament. More here.
Between 1995 and 1998, Arjuna Ranatunga was the third-highest impact Test batsman in the world, after Steve Waugh and Nasser Hussain. More here.