5 Number of times India have lost an ODI by 10 wickets. This was their first such defeat against Australia and second at home. The last time they lost by 10 wickets was against South Africa, at Eden Gardens in 2005. This is also the fifth such win for Australia and their first since winning by ten wickets against Bangladesh in the 2007 World Cup.
1 Number of bigger targets successfully chased in ODIs without losing a wicket than the 256 achieved by Australia in this match. South Africa had won against Bangladesh while chasing 279 without losing a wicket in 2017, which is the highest.
258 The partnership between David Warner and Aaron Finch - the highest by any pair, for any wicket against India. The previous highest was 242 between George Bailey and Steven Smith at Perth in 2016. Overall, this is the third-highest partnership by any pair while chasing. For Australia, this is their third-highest stand for any wicket. Warner has been part of all three.
0 Number of opening stands by any pair in India that are bigger than the 258 between Warner and Finch. The previous biggest was 235 by Gary Kirsten and Herschelle Gibbs in Kochi, in 2000.
2 Instances of both Australia openers scoring hundreds while chasing in an ODI. The only previous occasion was when Adam Gilchrist and Simon Katich did it against Sri Lanka at the Gabba in 2006. This is the first time opposition openers have both scored hundreds in a chase against India.
106 Average partnership between Finch and Warner against India in ODIs. They have opened 10 times against India and have aggregated 954 runs including three century partnerships and four fifty-run stands. Their average is the best for any pair against a team with a minimum of ten partnerships.
3 Number of batsmen to complete 5,000 ODI runs in fewer innings than David Warner, who got there in his 115th innings during his knock of 128*. Hashim Amla is the quickest, in 101 innings, while the previous fastest among Australia batsmen was Dean Jones, who took 128 innings.