1 Instances prior to this match where India had been dismissed for under 100 runs in a T20I. The previous instance had come against Australia in 2008 when they were dismissed for 74. The score of 92 is India's second-lowest total in a full innings. This match was only the fourth time in 40 innings that India have been bowled out in a T20I.
86 The lowest total for which South Africa have dismissed a Test-playing nation in T20Is. India's total today was the second lowest and only the ninth time South Africa bowled out a Test-playing nation in the format.
4 Number of consecutive T20Is in which an India opener has been run-out, including Rohit Sharma in this match. Shikhar Dhawan was dismissed in this manner in the first T20I against South Africa. Ajinkya Rahane and M Vijay were run-out in the previous series against Zimbabwe.
3/12 Albie Morkel's bowling figures in this match - the best of his T20 international career. His previous best was 2 for 12 against England in Cape Town in 2007. This match was also Morkel's 50th T20I for South Africa.
0 Number of times, prior to this match, that a team had been bowled in a T20 international in India. This is the only instance of a team being bowled out in 24 T20I innings in India.
29 Wickets by R Ashwin in T20 internationals - the most by any India bowler. Ashwin went past Irfan Pathan [28 wickets] when he dismissed AB de Villiers in this match. Ashwin has taken 29 wickets at an economy of 7.24.
5 Number of times de Villiers has been dismissed by Ashwin in T20s - the most by any bowler. No other bowler has dismissed him more than three times. De Villiers averages 12.40 against Ashwin with a strike rate of 105.80.
0 Instances of Imran Tahir opening the bowling for South Africa in T20 internationals before this match. Tahir took 2 for 24 from his four overs. He had conceded 35 runs in three overs in the first T20 in Dharamsala, his poorest returns in a T20I so far.
4 Consecutive T20Is defeats for India under MS Dhoni's captaincy, including this loss. This streak - which started with the World T20 final - equals the longest string of losses for India under his captaincy. India had a similar run of four losses under Dhoni in 2009.
10 Consecutive T20 international innings, before this match, in which Virat Kohli had scored at least 20 runs. This was his first single-digit score in 11 innings. Kohli made 484 runs, including five fifties, and averaged 69.14 in these ten innings.
Shiva Jayaraman is a senior sub-editor (stats) at ESPNcricinfo.com