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South Africa's lowest total at home

South Africa were bundled for their lowest ever total at home ESPNcricinfo Ltd

118 - South Africa's total in the second ODI in Centurion - their lowest ever at home. The previous lowest was 119 against England in Port Elizabeth in 2009. South Africa are the only team not to have got all out for less than 100 at home among the top-10 teams. Their total is also the lowest for any team at SuperSport Park in Centurion, falling below the 119 by Zimbabwe against the home team in 2009.

1 - Number of smaller totals for South Africa against India than the 118 in this match. They were all out for 117 in Nairobi in 1999. Overall this is their eighth smallest all-out score.

5/22 - Yuzvendra Chahal's figures, the second-best for any spinner in South Africa. Only Nicky Boje's 5 for 21 against Australia in Cape Town in 2002 is better than Chahal's. Overall, Chahal's figures are second-best for India against South Africa, behind only Sunil Joshi's 5 for 6 in Nairobi in 1999. This was Chahal's maiden five-for.

6.62 - Average of India's spinners in this match, which is a total of eight wickets for 53 runs - the best for spinners in an ODI innings in South Africa, bowling 10 or more overs. For India, only once have their spinners averaged better bowling 10 or more overs in the first innings, which was against New Zealand in Chennai in 2010-11 when they averaged 5.71.

1 - Instance of India's spinners accumulating more wickets in an ODI outside Asia than the eight wickets in this match. They had picked up nine wickets against the same opposition in Nairobi in 1999.

11.61 - Bowling average of India's spinners in this series - so far the best for them in any series or tournament bowling 25-plus overs. The slow bowlers have combined for 13 wickets at average of 11.61, while the quicks have only four wickets at average of 58.25.


2009 - The last time South Africa played an ODI without AB de Villiers and Faf du Plessis in their playing XI, which was against Australia at the MCG. Du Plessis had scored a century in the first ODI, while de Villiers was their highest run-getter in the Test series.