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Stats - Bumrah reaches new high as England sink to new lows

Stats highlights from the Oval, where India registered one of their biggest ever wins

Jasprit Bumrah six-wicket haul streamrolled England for 110  •  Getty Images

Jasprit Bumrah six-wicket haul streamrolled England for 110  •  Getty Images

110 - England's total in the first game is their lowest against India in men's ODIs. Their previous lowest against India was 125 in Jaipur during the 2006 Champions Trophy. It is also the second-lowest total for any team at The Oval in the 50-over format, behind England's 103 against South Africa during the 1999 World Cup.
6 for 19 - Jasprit Bumrah's returns are the third-best for India in men's ODIs. Stuart Binny's 6 for 4 against Bangladesh in 2014 tops the list, while Anil Kumble's 6 for 12 against West Indies comes second.
4 - Wickets for Bumrah in the first ten overs of England's innings. He is only the third Indian bowler to claim four wickets within the first ten overs of an ODI innings since 2001. India claimed five wickets in the first ten overs in this game, the joint-most by them in an ODI since 2001.
6 - Instances of Indian pace bowlers sharing all ten wickets in a men's ODI, which includes their effort at The Oval. The last of the previous five instances came against Bangladesh in Mirpur in 2014.
1 - India's first win against England by a margin of ten wickets in men's ODIs and their first since defeating Zimbabwe in 2016. It is also the first ten-wicket defeat for England in this format since losing to Sri Lanka in the quarter-final of the 2011 ODI World Cup.
188 - Balls remaining when India reached the target, making this their third-biggest win in the format with respect to balls left in the game. India won with 231 balls to spare against Kenya in 2001 and chased a 105-run target against West Indies in 2018, with 211 balls to spare.
80 - ODIs taken by Mohammed Shami to complete 150 wickets. He is the quickest Indian and the joint third-fastest overall to reach the milestone. The previous fastest Indian to 150 ODI wickets was Ajit Agarkar, who got there in 97 matches.
9 - Wickets shared by India's new-ball bowling pair in the first ODI - Bumrah (6) and Shami (3). These are the most wickets for India's opening bowlers in an ODI. There are two previous instances of India's new-ball pair recording eight wickets in an ODI - against Bangladesh in 1998 and England in 2005.
4 - Ducks recorded by England's top six batters. It is only the sixth instance that four out of the top six batters in a line-up have bagged a duck in an ODI. The last such occasion was also by England, during the 2018 Adelaide ODI against Australia.
26 - England's total at the fall of the fifth wicket. These are the fewest runs India have conceded to have the opposition five down in an ODI. The previous lowest was 29 against Pakistan in1997.
5108 - Partnership runs between Rohit Sharma and Shikhar Dhawan for the first wicket in ODIs. They are only the fourth opening duo to have scored 5000-plus runs as a pair in this format.
18 - Century stands between Rohit and Dhawan, the joint third-most by any pair in ODIs. Four of those 18 partnerships have come at The Oval, the joint-most by any pair at a venue in ODIs. Pakistan's Fakhar Zaman and Imam-ul-Haq and Zimbabwe's Hamilton Masakadza and Brendan Taylor have stitched four century stands each at the Queens Sports Club, in Bulawayo.

Sampath Bandarupalli is a statistician at ESPNcricinfo