2- Number of batsmen who've made made half-centuries in both innings on Test debut as well as their final Test. Cook emulated South Africa's Bruce Mitchell during the course of his 71 and 147 at The Oval. On debut, also against India in Nagpur in 2006, Cook had hit 60 and 104 not out.
5 - Number of cricketers who have made centuries on debut as well as in their final Test. Bill Ponsford, Reggie Duff, Greg Chappell and Mohammad Azharuddin are the other four to do so.
147 - Cook's score in his final innings. It is the highest by any batsman in the second innings of his final Test. The previous highest was R Subba Row's 137, also at The Oval, against Australia in Ashes series of 1961.
15 - Number of centuries for Cook in his team's second innings in Tests, the most for a cricketer. He went past Kumar Sangakkara, who had 14 second-innings hundreds. It was Cook's 13th century in third innings of Test, which is also a record.
1 - Cook and Root's ton made it the first time this year that two England batsmen registered centuries in the same innings. They have played 10 Tests and 18 innings in 2018.
2 - Score at which India lost their third wicket. Only once previously have they been three-down for less than two runs in an innings - at Headingley in 1952. They were 2 for 3 also against New Zealand at Ahmedabad in 2010.
46* - KL Rahul's score in the fourth innings at close of play on day four. This is already his second-highest score in 18 innings across England, Australia or South Africa. He has made just one fifty-plus scores in those innings - 110 at SCG in 2015.