Ravindra Jadeja races to 200 Test wickets, R Ashwin bags another five-for

0 - Number of left-arm bowlers to take 200 wickets in fewer Tests than Ravindra Jadeja, who got there in 44 Tests. He beat Rangana Herath, who had taken 47 Tests to complete the same. Among India bowlers, only R Ashwin has taken 200 wickets in fewer matches (37) than Jadeja.

5 - Five-wicket hauls for Ashwin against South Africa, the most among India bowlers. Harbhajan Singh and Javagal Srinath had taken four five-fors each. Since South Africa's readmission, only two bowlers have picked more five-fors against them - Muttiah Muralitharan (11) and Shane Warne (7).

21 - Five-wicket hauls for Ashwin at home. Only Muralitharan (45), Herath (26) and Anil Kumble (25) have more five-fors in their home countries. Ashwin has 21 five-fors in 39 home Tests, which is a rate of 1.86 Tests every five-wicket haul. Among all bowlers with ten or more five-fors at home, only Muralitharan has a better rate - 45 five-fors in 73 Tests, which is 1.62 Tests per five-for.

160 - Dean Elgar's score - the second-highest by a South Africa opener in India. Andrew Hall's 163 in Kanpur in 2004 is the highest. Elgar's score is the highest by a visiting opener in India since Alastair Cook's 190 at Eden Gardens in 2012.

8 - Number of overseas wicketkeepers to score centuries in India, including Quinton de Kock. Mushfiqur Rahim (in 2017) is the only other visiting wicketkeeper in this decade to score a Test ton in India. Andy Flower has three hundreds as wicketkeeper in India, the most.

214 - South Africa's highest total during their 2015 tour. Only once they crossed 200 in four Tests on that tour. They have scored almost double of that in their first innings of this tour.

64.81 - De Kock's average across all three international formats in India. He has scored 713 runs in 12 innings including three hundreds and three fifties. He has made 50-plus scores in all three innings of this tour so far - 52 and 79* in the two T20Is and 111 in the first innings of this Test.

4 - Instances of three 150-plus scores by openers in a Test, and the first instance in India. The last time it happened was during the Bangladesh-Pakistan Test in Khulna in 2015.