52 Percentage of team runs contributed be Eoin Morgan during England's innings. Morgan scored 121 of England's 234 runs (20 of these were extras). There have been ten other instances of England batsmen scoring more than 50% of the team's runs in a completed innings. The highest percentage for England is 60.3, when Robin Smith contributed 167 of England's 277 runs against Australia in 1993.
4 Catches taken by Glenn Maxwell during the first innings, the joint-most by an Australian in an ODI innings. The other Australians to take four catches are Michael Clarke, Andrew Symonds and Mark Taylor. Overall, only one fielder has taken five catches: Jonty Rhodes against West Indies in 1993.
1 Number of English captains who have scored an ODI hundred in Australia; Morgan is the first. The previous highest score by an English captain in Australia was Nasser Hussain's 79 against Sri Lanka in 2002.
2 Number of wickets taken by Mitchell Starc off the first three balls of the match. He dismissed Ian Bell and James Taylor. Since 2001, there have been seven instances of a bowler taking two wickets off the first three balls of a match. Chaminda Vaas is the only bowler to have taken wickets off the first three balls.
53 Number ODI wickets taken by Starc. He reached the 50-wicket mark when he dismissed Bell, his first of four wickets in the game. Starc picked up his 50th Test wicket earlier this month, also in Sydney, his home ground, during the recently concluded Test series against India.
7 Number of 50-plus scores for Morgan in his last 14 ODI innings against Australia, including two centuries. Morgan now has ten 50-plus scores against Australia, more than against any other team.
30 Number of innings since David Warner's last ODI hundred. The last time he scored an ODI hundred before today was against Sri Lanka in Adelaide in 2012.
78 Morgan's ODI batting average as captain, the best for any English captain and fifth highest for a captain from any country. Morgan has scored four fifties and two hundreds in his nine innings as captain.