5 Number of T20 World Cup wins for Australia. They have won five of the seven editions that have been played so far. They have played six finals and lost only one. This was India women's first T20 World Cup final. India have earlier reached two finals in ODI World Cups - in 2005 and 2017 - but had lost both.
30 Number of balls taken by Alyssa Healy to complete her half century. It is the quickest half-century in ICC finals by either men or women. The previous fastest was in 32 balls by Hardik Pandya against Pakistan in the 2017 Champions Trophy final. Healy ended with 75 runs off 39 balls at a strike rate of 192.30 - also the highest strike rate for a 50+ score by men or women in ICC finals.
184 Australia's score in the first innings, which is the highest in the finals of T20 World Cups for both men and women. Before this, the previous highest first-innings score in a T20 World Cup final was India's 157 in 2007 against Pakistan. The previous highest in women's T20 World Cup final was Australia's 148 against West Indies in 2016.
85 Margin of defeat for India in the final, which is their second-biggest defeat ever. Their only bigger loss was by 105 runs against South Africa in Surat in October last year. South Africa's opening pair of Lizelle Lee and Sune Luus had shared a 144-run stand on that occasion.
52 Runs conceded by Shikha Pandey, which are the most by a bowler in a women's T20 World Cup match. The previous highest was 50 runs conceded by Ireland's Eimear Richardson against Australia in 2014. Shikha's figures are also the most expensive by an India bowler in all women's T20Is.
164 Runs aggregated by Smriti Mandhana, Jermiah Rodrigues and Harmanpreet Kaur. They three played 14 innings between them, but totalled only one run more combined than Shafali Verma's tally of 163 runs (in five innings). Harmanpreet made four single-digit scores and Mandhana could not reach 20 in any of the matches. Rodrigues made a couple of 20-plus scores with a highest of 34. The combined strike rate of the three batters was 92.65. In contrast, Shafali's strike rate was 158.25.
259 Runs by Mooney in this World Cup - the most by a batter in a women's T20 World Cup. She went past Meg Lanning's tally of 257 runs in 2014. Mooney scored three fifties in six innings, including two not out knocks. Healy was the next highest scorer in this year's tournament, with 236 runs. Mooney was also adjudged the player of the tournament for her consistent performance. Healy, meanwhile was the player of the final.