12.30 - Average of India's openers in this series - their worst in any series of three or more Tests. Their previous worst was also in South Africa, in the 1996-97 tour. In 10 innings between M Vijay, KL Rahul and Shikhar Dhawan, only once have any of them passed a score of 20, with five single-digit scores to their names.
1 - Only once have visiting openers averaged worse against South Africa in South Africa. West Indies' openers, with an average of 11.90 in 1998-99, were the worst in a series of three or more Tests in South Africa.
53 - Number of balls played by Cheteshwar Pujara before scoring his first run, the most by any top-order batsman since 2001. Among India players, Rahul Dravid had played 40 balls before getting off the mark at the MCG in 2007-08. Pujara ended up with 50 off 179 balls at a strike rate of 27.93, which is the lowest among India batsmen facing 150-plus balls since Sanjay Bangar's 40 off 171 against West Indies in Chennai in 2002.
11 - Consecutive innings without a fifty for Pujara in Tests outside Asia, before scoring one in this match. His last fifty outside the subcontinent had come against Australia in Adelaide in 2014-15. This was only his fifth fifty overseas in 34 innings.
131.66 - Average partnership between Virat Kohli and Pujara in Tests at the Wanderers. They had added 89 and 222 in the Johannesburg Test of 2013-14, and 84 in the first innings of this Test. The other nine wickets combined for only 103 runs in this innings.
1996 - The only previous instance when eight India players scored in single-digits in a Test innings in South Africa. That was in Durban. In this innings, apart from Kohli, Pujara and Bhuvneshwar Kumar none of the others got into double-figures. Apart from those three, the other eight players combined for 27 runs.