Bhuvneshwar's away record, Kohli's low

Bhuvneshwar Kumar took 5 wickets in a span of 51 balls Associated Press

3Five-wicket hauls for Bhuvneshwar Kumar in Tests. All three have come in Tests outside Asia, including the 5 for 33 in this Test. He had taken 5 for 82 and 6 for 82 in his first two innings in England. He has taken just nine wickets in six home Tests compared to 25 scalps in seven away Tests.

5Wickets taken by Bhuvneshwar in his last spell of 11.4 overs. He bowled six maidens and conceded 16 runs. In fact, his five wickets came in a span of 51 balls, which is 8.3 overs. Before the start of this spell, he was wicket-less in his first 12 overs. His figures are now the best by any bowler in the five Tests played in St Lucia.

23 Runs added by West Indies' last six wickets in their first innings - their second-lowest in a home Test. Their last six wickets had added just 18 runs in their first innings of the Port of Spain Test of 1998-99 against Australia. Against India, only once has their last six wickets made fewer runs than this - 21 at Wankhede in 2011-12.

113.33 Rohit Sharma's strike rate off his last 30 balls, through the end of play on day four, in which he made 34 runs with three sixes. He had scored just seven runs off his first 27 balls with a four. As a result, India made 68 runs off their last 13 overs and ended the day with a run rate of 4.02. It had been 3.42 at the end of 26 overs.

1997 Last time West Indies' top-five all made 20 or more runs in an innings against India at home, at Sabina Park. This was only their second such instance against India since 2000. However, only one of the final six batsmen went on to score in double-digits.

2002 Last time three of West Indies' top-four wicket partnerships added 50 or more runs in a Test innings against India at home, at St John's. The first wicket added 59 runs, the second 70 runs and the fourth 67 runs while none of the other wickets added more than nine runs in the first innings of this Test.

7 Runs scored by Virat Kohli in this Test - his joint-lowest match aggregate for a Test in which he batted in both innings. He made 0 & 7 in the Old Trafford Test in 2014. He averages just 19.40 in six innings at No. 3 whereas his averages at No. 4, 5 and 6 are more than 40.

2008 The last time India's No. 3 aggregated less than 10 runs in a Test batting in both innings, before Kohli's 3 & 4 in this match. Rahul Dravid made identical scores against England in Chennai when Virender Sehwag and Sachin Tendulkar helped India chase down a target of 387. The last such instance for India in an away Test was way back in 1997 at Colombo. That instance was also by Dravid, with scores of 2 & 6. Kohli's seven runs are the third-lowest by an India No. 3 in Tests in West Indies.

6 Times Shikhar Dhawan has been dismissed between 20 and 40 in his last 12 Test innings. He has made just one fifty-plus score in that stretch and was out three times in single-digits. In fact, he has been out between scores of 20 and 40 on 15 occasions in his 37-innings Test career.