156 The partnership between Bravo and Kieron Pollard, West Indies' highest for the fifth wicket in ODIs. The previous best was 154, between Shivnarine Chanderpaul and Carl Hooper against Pakistan in 2002.
3 Instances in ODI history of the fifth-wicket pair putting together a 150-plus stand after coming together at a score of less than 25. The only previous instances were by Inzamam-ul-Haq and Ijaz Ahmed against Zimbabwe in 1995, and by Zimbabwe's Forster Mutizwa and Brendan Taylor against New Zealand in 2011.
24.2 AB de Villiers' batting average in the tournament, his poorest since 2010-11 in an ODI series/tournament in which he batted more than twice. In five innings in this tournament, de Villiers scored 121 runs with a highest of 39; in the 2010-11 home series against India, he scored 114 in five innings at 22.80.
1 Number of instances of West Indies beating South Africa by more than 100 runs in an ODI - that was way back in 1992 in Kingston, when South Africa lost by 107 runs. West Indies scored 287 in that game, compared to 285 here, with their No. 3 batsman (Phil Simmons) scoring a hundred, just as Darren Bravo did in this game. The 100-run win in Barbados was West Indies' second-biggest in an ODI against South Africa, in terms of runs.
13 Consecutive ODI innings before this match in which Bravo had not passed 50, his longest such stretch in ODIs. In these 13 innings he scored 320 runs at 26.66. His last 50-plus score in ODIs was in August 2014, when he made 124, his highest score in the format, against Bangladesh.
46.25 Pollard's average in this tournament, his second best in an ODI series/tournament. It is also only the second time he has made more than one 50-plus score in an ODI series.
96 South Africa's score when they lost their seventh wicket, the first time they have been seven down for fewer than 100 in ODIs against West Indies. The scores at which they lost their fourth, fifth and sixth wickets in this match were also their lowest against West Indies.
27 Runs scored by South Africa's top four batsmen, their second lowest in an ODI against West Indies.