Second-lowest total defended in World T20
0 Number of times Afghanistan had defeated a top-eight team in T20Is before this six-run win over West Indies. This was their ninth game against such oppositions. However, they have beaten Zimbabwe, a Full Member team, in five out of five T20Is.
123 The total that Afghanistan defended, which is the second-lowest in a full 20-over game in World T20. Sri Lanka are the only team to do better, when they won after putting up only 119 on the board against New Zealand in Chittagong in last World T20. The third-lowest was set in the 2016 edition, in Nagpur again, when India failed to chase 127 against New Zealand in the first match of Super 10s.
4-0 Afghanistan's win-loss record in the four T20Is in Nagpur. They had won all three of their first round matches before beating West Indies here. They have won more T20Is than this at only one other venue - seven at Sharjah.
3 Targets lesser than 124 that West Indies could not run down in T20Is. The worst among them was when they crumbled to 79 for 7 chasing 106 against Zimbabwe in Port of Spain in 2009-10.
2.25 Amir Hamza's economy rate - joint second-best for Afghanistan in T20Is under condition of bowling all four overs. He bowled 18 dot balls and conceded one four. His 18 dot balls are also the joint second-most for his country in a T20I.
40 Runs that were required by West Indies in the last five overs to win the match. They could score only 33 runs in the last five. Afghanistan had made 47 runs in their last five overs.
48* Najibullah Zadran's score, which is the second-highest by an Afghanistan batsman at No. 6 in T20Is. It is also the second-highest by any batsman at that position against West Indies. He was also named Man of the Match for the second time in his T20I career.
3/14 Samuel Badree's figures in this match. This was the sixth time he took three or more wickets in T20Is and the first time West Indies lost thereafter. He now has taken 21 wickets opening the bowling in the World T20 - second-most for a bowler after Dale Steyn (22 wickets).
2 West Indian openers, who bagged ducks on T20I debut. Evin Lewis became the second man following Dale Richards against Bangladesh in 2009. Lewis is the third player from West Indies to make his T20I debut in World T20 after Ramnaresh Sarwan and Fidel Edwards did so in the first edition of the tournament in 2007. Lewis is only the second player after Luke Wright from top-eight teams to make his T20I debut in World T20 and get out for a duck.
Bharath Seervi is stats sub-editor at ESPNcricinfo. @SeerviBharath