2 - Only twice have both openers scored hundreds for a team in a T20. David Warner and Jonny Bairstow joined Kevin O'Brien and Hamish Marshall in the exclusive club. The pair made hundreds for Gloucestershire against Middlesex in 2011. Overall, it was only the fourth time that a side had two hundreds in a T20 innings. The only previous instance in the IPL was when Virat Kohli and AB de Villiers made hundreds against Gujarat Lions in 2016 season.

185 - The biggest opening stand in IPL history, between Warner and Bairstow. They eclipsed the unbroken 184-run partnership between Gautam Gambhir and Chris Lynn against Gujarat Lions in 2017. Overall, it is the sixth highest partnership for any wicket in the IPL.

3 - Warner Bairstow are the first pair to share three century partnerships in a row in IPL history. This was the 18th time Warner was involved in a century stand in IPL, the joint-most along with Kohli.

231 - The highest total by Sunrisers Hyderabad in the IPL. Out of these, 207 runs came with the batsmen in control, off just 100 deliveries. Only thrice have teams managed more runs while being under control. All have been by RCB.

118- Margin of defeat for RCB in this match - their second-worst in terms of runs in IPL. Their only bigger defeat was by 140 runs in the first ever IPL match against KKR in 2008. Sunrisers' previous biggest victory was by 85 runs against Mumbai Indians in 2016.

0.880- Win-loss ratio for Kohli as captain in IPL - the worst among the 8 captains who have lead their sides in 50 or more matches. He has lead RCB in 99 games, winning 44 and losing 50.

4- Centuries for Warner in IPL, tied with Kohli and Shane Watson. Only Chris Gayle has scored more hundreds - six. Overall, this was Warner's seventh century in all T20s. Only Gayle has more centuries (21). Michael Klinger, Brendon McCullum and Luke Wright also have seven centuries each.