0 - Number of Test wins for India away from home bigger (in terms of runs) than this 318-run victory. Overall, this is India's fourth biggest win. The previous biggest overseas victory had come in Galle in 2017, by 304 runs. Four of the five biggest Test wins for India in terms of runs have come under Virat Kohli's captaincy.

12 - Number of victories for India under Kohli in Tests outside India - the most under any captain. Kohli went past Sourav Ganguly, who had 11 wins in 28 away Tests. Kohli has captained in 26 away Tests. With this win, he also equaled MS Dhoni's record of most Test wins for India - 27.

100 - West Indies' total - their lowest against India in Tests. The previous lowest was 103 in Kingston in 2006. West Indies were 50 for 9 before their last wicket piled up 50 quick runs.

Cheapest five-wicket hauls by India bowlers in Tests
Bowler Figures Opposition Ground Year
 JJ Bumrah  5/7  West Indies  North Sound  2019
 SLV Raju  6/12  Sri Lanka  Chandigarh  1990
 Harbhajan Singh  5/13  West Indies  Kingston  2006
 SP Gupte  5/18  Pakistan  Dhaka  1955
 J Srinath  6/21  South Africa  Ahmedabad  1996
 RA Jadeja  5/12  South Africa  Mohali  2015

5 for 7 - Jasprit Bumrah's figures, the least expensive five-wicket haul by an India bowler in Test history. Overall, there have been only three instances of a bowler picking five or more wickets conceding fewer runs. The previous cheapest five-for by an India bowler was 6 for 12 by Venkatapathy Raju against Sri Lanka in Chandigarh in 1990.

4 - Number of five-wicket hauls for Bumrah in Tests. They have come in four different tours so far - South Africa, England, Australia, and now the West Indies. He is the first India bowler, and in fact the first from Asia, to take a five-wicket haul in each of those four countries. Remarkably, he has achieved the feat in just his first set of tours.

10.94 - Average of India fast bowlers in this Test - their best in any Test where they bowled 50-plus overs. The previous best was 12.76 at Headingley in 1986. India's fast bowlers picked up 18 wickets in this match, their joint-highest in a Test in the West Indies.

29 - Number of innings without a century for Ajinkya Rahane before he got to the three-figure mark in the second innings of this Test. His last century was in Colombo (SSC) in August 2017. This was Rahane's second century against West Indies. He averages 91.16 against them in eight innings and has made five fifty-plus scores including two in this match.

Bharath Seervi is stats sub-editor at ESPNcricinfo @SeerviBharath