246- The partnership between Virat Kohli and Rohit Sharma, which is India’s highest while chasing in ODIs. The previous best stand in chases was 224 between Kohli and Gautam Gambhir against Sri Lanka at Eden Gardens in 2009. Overall, this is the fifth-highest for any team and the second-highest for the second wicket and lower in a chase.
5- Double-century partnerships between Kohli and Rohit, which is already a record. No other pair has more than three such stands. However, this is the first double-hundred stand between the two while chasing. Kohli has been part of six of the nine 200-plus stands for India while chasing.
14- Centuries for Kohli as captain – the second-most for any player. Only Ricky Ponting is ahead with 22 hundreds as captain. Kohli has got to his 14th ton as captain in just 50 innings while Ponting made 22 tons in 220 innings. Overall, it was Kohli’s 36th century in ODIs and 60th in international cricket. It was his 29th at the No. 3 position, joint-most with Ponting.
20- Hundreds in successful chases for Kohli, in just 75 innings. He has six more than Tendulkar who has 14 such hundreds. Kohli averages 98.25 in successful chases, the best among all batsmen with 1000-plus runs in successful chases. This was also the eighth time Kohli had scored a century while chasing a 300-plus target. No other batsman has more than four such hundreds.
6- 150-plus scores for Rohit in ODIs, the most for any player. He went past Tendulkar and David Warner, who have five such scores.
20- Hundreds for Rohit in ODIs. He became the fourth batsman for India and 13th overall to score 20 or more ODI centuries. He has taken 183 innings to reach the landmark – the fourth-quickest among the 13 to reach 20 centuries. Hashim Amla (108 innings), Kohli (133) and AB de Villiers (175) have done it in fewer innings.
6- Instances of two batsmen scoring 140 or more in the same innings in ODIs. Rohit’s unbeaten 152 and Kohli’s 140 is the first while chasing.
7.73- India’s run rate in their successful chase is the sixth-best for any team in a chase of a 300-plus target. The target of 323 is the second-biggest successful chase by any team against West Indies.
4 – Number of times Rohit has hit eight or more sixes in an ODI. Only Chris Gayle has done it on more occasions. All other India batsmen combined have done it only twice – MS Dhoni and Yusuf Pathan on one occasion each. Martin Guptill, AB de Villiers, Shahid Afridi and Kieron Pollard have done it three times each.