6 Wickets taken by Mitchell Starc, the most by an Australia bowler in an ODI at home. He returned figures of 6 for 43. The previous best figures by an Australia bowler at home was also against India, 5 for 15 by Greg Chappell in Sydney in 1981.
138 Runs scored by Rohit Sharma during India's innings, the highest by an India batsman at the MCG, and third-highest by an India batsman anywhere in Australia. This is also the third-highest score by any overseas opener in Australia.
51.7 Percentage of India's runs scored by Rohit. He scored 138 of India's 267 runs. In the first ODI of the series, England's Eoin Morgan scored 51.7% of England's total, when he made 121 runs out of England's overall score of 234.
4 Number of sixes hit by Rohit, the most by an Indian batsman in Melbourne, and the second-most at any Australian venue. The only Indian batsman to hit more sixes is Virender Sehwag, who hit five sixes against Zimbabwe in Hobart in 2004.
267-8 The score posted by India in this match, their second-highest in an ODI in Melbourne. The last ODI at Melbourne, between Australia and South Africa in November 2014 saw South Africa make the exact same score, 267-8. Australia successfully chased down the total with exactly six ball to spare.
1005 Aggregate runs in ODIs for Steven Smith. He reached the 1000-run mark during his innings of 47. This also happens to be Smith's 47th ODI. He is the 38th Australia batsman to score 1000 runs in ODIs.
35 Number years since India have won an ODI in Melbourne after batting first. The last time this happened was against Australia in 1980. Since then India have batted first in six ODIs in Melbourne and lost all six.