1258 - Number of deliveries Cheteshwar Pujara has faced, the fourth-most by a batsman in a series of four or fewer Tests. His tally is 100 short of Richie Richardson's 1358 balls at home against India in 1988-89. The previous best in Australia was the 1237 balls by Herbert Sutcliffe in 1928-29. Among Indians, Rahul Dravid faced 1203 balls in the 2003-04 series.

8 - Number of Indians out in the 190s in Tests. Pujara was the latest addition to this club on Friday. Virender Sehwag is the only other Indian to be dismissed in the 190s against Australia when he holed out at deep midwicket while attempting to get to his double century with a six at MCG in 2003.

521 - Pujara's tally so far this series, the third-most for India against Australia. Virat Kohli's 692 runs in 2014-15 and Rahul Dravid's 619 in 2003-04 are the top two entries. Pujara's average of 60.07 against Australia is the third-best among all batsmen who have played 25 innings or more against them.

1 - Rishabh Pant became the first Indian wicketkeeper to score Test century in Australia. The previous highest was Farokh Engineer's 89 at Adelaide in 1967. In 2018, he was the first Indian wicketkeeper to score a Test ton in England. Pant is also the only India wicketkeeper to score a century in the SENA (South Africa-England-New Zealand-Australia) countries and he has got in two of them already.

159* - Pant's score is the third-highest for an India wicketkeeper in Tests behind MS Dhoni's 224 and Budhi Kunderan's 192. It is the second-highest for any visiting wicketkeeper in Australia, only behind AB de Villiers' 169 at WACA in 2012-13. Pant's score is also the second-highest for any visiting batsman at No. 7 or lower in Australia, behind KS Ranjitsinhji's 175 at SCG way back in 1897.

2 - Pant is the first wicketkeeper with two Test tons as a 21-year old. Both of them have come outside Asia.

2009 - The year when India last posted 500 or more in a Test innings in England, Australia, South Africa or New Zealand. India's 622 for 7 in Sydney is their second-highest total in Australia. All of India's four highest totals in Australia have come at the SCG.

204- The partnership between Pant and Ravindra Jadeja for the seventh wicket, which is the highest for the wicket by any pair in Australia. The previous best was 185 between Greg Matthews and Graham Yallop versus Pakistan at MCG in 1983-84. For India, this is the second-best seventh-wicket stand away from home.