0 Indian batsmen who had made a century on debut in ODIs before KL Rahul on Saturday. He was the first of the 213 debutants from his country to do so, and the 11th overall. India's previous highest individual score on debut was 86, by Robin Uthappa against England in Indore in 2006. Rahul had made a hundred in his first innings as an opener in Tests too - against Australia at the SCG last year.
1976 The last time, before this match, that two debutants opened for India in ODIs. Parthasarthi Sharma and Dilip Vengsarkar held the record for 40 years and 890 matches since they opened the batting against New Zealand in Christchurch. The only other instance of this happening for India was in their first ever ODI when Sunil Gavaskar and Sudhir Naik opened.
0 Partnerships higher than the one between Rahul and Ambati Rayudu for the second wicket in ODIs at the Harare Sports Club. Their unbroken 162-run stand eclipsed the 157 runs added by Ricky Ponting and Michael Bevan against Zimbabwe in in 1999. Rahul and Rayudu have also claimed India's third-highest partnership for any wicket in ODIs in Zimbabwe.
29 Innings taken by Rayudu to complete 1000 ODI runs. He reached the milestone with his 62 not out against Zimbabwe in Harare. He is the joint fourth-fastest Indian to the 1000 mark - MS Dhoni had also taken 29 innings while Shikhar Dhawan, Virat Kohli (24 innings) and Navjot Sidhu (25 innings) had been quicker.
5 Times India have won an ODI against Zimbabwe by a margin of nine wickets or more. India won Saturday's match with nine wickets and 45 balls to spare. Their biggest win against Zimbabwe came in Sharjah in 1998 - by 10 wickets and 20 overs to spare.
9 Boundaries hit by Zimbabwe in their innings, equalling the least hit in an ODI innings that lasted at least 49 overs against India since 2000. Kenya had also hit only nine boundaries from 50 overs in a Champions Trophy match against India in 2004.
197 Dots accumulated by Zimbabwe in their innings - joint fifth-most in an ODI against India over the last ten years. Pakistan played out 214 dots in Delhi in 2013, which is the most in an ODI against India in this period.
4/28 Jasprit Bumrah's returns from this match - his best bowling figures in international cricket. His previous best was 3 for 23 against Australia in a T20I earlier this year. Bumrah was playing only his second ODI; he has played 16 T20Is.
200 ODIs played by Elton Chigumbura - the third Zimbabwe player to the landmark. Grant Flower (221) and Andy Flower (213) are the others. Unlike the Flower brothers, Chigumbura is yet to play 200 ODIs for Zimbabwe, having represented Africa XI in three matches.
2.65 India spinners' economy rate in this match; Yuzvendra Chahal and Axar Patel conceded a combined 53 runs in 20 overs. The last time India's spinners returned a better economy rate was in 2003, in a World-Cup match against Netherlands. There have been only seven other instances when India's spinners have returned a better economy rate in an ODI in which they have bowled at least 120 balls.
14 Indian players who have made their ODI debut in Zimbabwe since 2010 - the most in any country, including India, in this period. There were six India debutants in the tri-series involving Sri Lanka in 2010 and four in the bilateral series against Zimbabwe in 2013. Manish Pandey made his debut last year and Rahul, Karun Nair and Chahal followed him in this match.
1.75 Chamu Chibhabha's economy rate in this ODI - the best for a Zimbabwe seamer at home, under condition of at least eight overs bowled, and sixth-best at any venue. Chibhabha bowled 35 dots and didn't concede a single boundary.