7 - Number of ODI centuries for Rohit Sharma in 2019. Only once has any batsman made more in a calendar year. Sachin Tendulkar had scored nine centuries in 1998 which is the record. Overall, this is Rohit's 10th hundred across the formats - including his three Test centuries -, which is also the most among all batsmen this year.

2 - Number of hat tricks for Kuldeep Yadav in ODIs. He has become the first bowler from India to take two hat tricks in ODIs and in fact the first to take multiple hat tricks in international matches. Before this match, he had taken his first hat trick against Australia at Eden Gardens in 2017. Wasim Akram, Saqlain Mushtaq, Chaminda Vaas and Trent Boult are the others to have taken two hat-tricks whereas Lasith Malinga has taken three hat tricks.

159 - Rohit's score, which is now the highest among India batsmen this year. He has made the highest individual score for India in each of the last seven calendar years, beginning from 2013.

227 - The partnership between Rohit and KL Rahul - India's fourth-highest for the first wicket. The stand lasted 222 balls, which is India's third-longest stand in terms of balls played.

387/5 - The Indian team's total at Visakhapatnam, which is their ninth-biggest in ODIs and the second-biggest against West Indies.

31 - Number of runs that were scored in the 47th over from Roston Chase, which is now the most productive over in India's ODI history. Shreyas Iyer scored 28 of those runs, which are also the most by an India batsman in a single over. The previous most productive over for India was of 28 runs against New Zealand at Hyderabad in 1999 in which Tendulkar scored most of the runs.

6 - Number of fifties for Iyer in his short ODI career - he has played only nine innings so far. His quickfire 53 in this game was his fourth consecutive fifty in ODIs. He has made 469 runs in nine innings at average of 52.11 and strike rate of 104.92.

1 - The Visakhapatnam ODI produced the first ever instance of both captains getting out for first-ball ducks in the same match. Both Virat Kohli and Kieron Pollard were out for golden ducks in this ODI. Overall, this is the 12th instance of both captains getting out for ducks.