England v India, 3rd Investec Test, Ageas Bowl, 5th day July 31, 2014

A debut to remember for Jos Buttler

Stats highlights from the final day of the third Investec Test at Ageas Bowl

Mooen Ali became the first English spinner to take a five-wicket haul against India in the fourth innings of a home Test © Getty Images

111 Number of times of that England have won a Test either by an innings or by more than 250 runs. In terms of runs alone, England have won 14 games by a margin of 250 or more.

15 Number of wickets that Moeen Ali has taken in this series. The last time a spinner took 15 or more wickets against India in a series outside the subcontinent was in 1971, when Jack Noreiga claimed 17 scalps for West Indies. Overall, there have only been seven such instances.

6 India's last six losses in England, extending back to 2002, have all been by a margin of 150-plus runs. Four of those margins read 170, 196, 319 and 266 runs, while the two other games were lost by an innings and 242 runs, and an innings and eight runs.

10 Number of Tests since England's last win, against Australia at Chester-le-Street during the 2013 Ashes. In the subsequent 10 Tests, England drew three and suffered seven losses.

38 Number of years since a legspinner has taken a five-wicket haul against India away from the subcontinent. The last legspinner to achieve this feat was West Indies' David Holford in 1976. Since then, spinners have taken 14 five-wicket hauls against India in away Tests, but apart from Shakib Al Hasan, all them have been offspinners, with Moeen being the latest on that list.

6 Number of times in the last 45 years that England spinners have taken a five-wicket haul in the fourth innings of a home Test. Derek Underwood and Ashley Giles are the only bowlers to have achieved this feat twice.

4 Number of England players who have won seven or more Man-of-the-Match awards. Following his eight-wicket match haul at Ageas Bowl, James Anderson collected his seventh such award, which is the most by an England bowler. Anderson is closely followed by Stuart Broad, who has six Man-of-the-Match awards. Overall, Ian Botham leads this list, with 12 such awards in Tests.

7 Number of times that an Indian No.5 batsman has made a 50-plus score in both innings of an away Test. Ajinkya Rahane scored 54 in the first innings and an unbeaten 52 in the second. Saurav Ganguly has achieved this feat three times and Polly Umrigar twice.

2 Jos Buttler and Brad Haddin are the only two wicketkeepers in the last 15 years who have taken at least six catches in their debut Test. The record for the most catches on debut is seven, achieved by four players - Alan Knott, Chris Read, Brian Taber and Chamara Dunusinghe.

3 Number of keepers who have taken at least five catches and made a fifty-plus score in their Test debut. The two keepers apart from Buttler in this list are Adam Gilchrist and Dunusinghe.

Bishen Jeswant is a stats sub editor at ESPNcricinfo. @bishen_jeswant