4 Sri Lankan batsmen have scored 10,000-plus runs in ODI cricket - Kumar Sangakkara (14234), Sanath Jayasuriya (13430), Mahela Jayawardene (12650) and now Tillakaratne Dilshan (10007). Sri Lanka are the only country to have four batsmen scoring 10,000-plus runs. India has three, while Australia, South Africa, West Indies and Pakistan have one each.
7 five-match bilateral ODI series have been played between Sri Lanka and Pakistan. Pakistan have now won five of these series, three by a 4-1 margin and two by a 3-2 margin.
4 Sri Lanka top-six batsmen made 50-plus scores in this game - Kusal Perera (116), Tillakaratne Dilshan (62), Angelo Mathews (70) and Milinda Siriwardana (52). This is third time that four (or more) of Sri Lanka's top-six have made 50-plus scores in an ODI, all of which have come against Pakistan.
4 Pakistan bowlers who conceded 70-plus runs in this match - Mohammad Irfan (0-73), Anwar Ali (0-71), Rahat Ali (2-74) and Yasir Shah (0-73). A first for Pakistan, and the sixth time it has happened in 50-over cricket.
4 Pakistan players have scored 5000-plus runs and taken 100-plus wickets in ODIs - Shahid Afridi, Abdul Razzaq, Shoaib Malik and now Mohammad Hafeez. Overall, there are 20 men, who have achieved this all-round double. Angelo Mathews also completed an all-round double during this ODI - 3000 runs and 100 wickets.
368 Runs made by Sri Lanka, their highest when batting first in an ODI against a Full Member. They have made four other 350-plus scores when batting first - against Netherlands (443 in 2006), Kenya (398 in 1996), Scotland (363 in 2015) and Bangladesh (357 in 2008).
533 Total runs scored by Kusal in the seven ODIs where he has hit fifty or more. In the remaining 41 ODIs, he has scored 563 runs at an average of 15.6, including 20 single-digit scores.
80 ODI hundreds scored from 101 games in 2015, the most ever in a calendar year. The previous best tally was 79 in 2014. The first 80 hundreds in ODI cricket were scored over 14 years and 299 ODIs.
1 time that both of Sri Lanka's openers have been run out after making 50-plus scores - Kusal and Dilshan were the unlucky duo today. Overall, this has happened three times in ODI history.