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Stats - Harmanpreet's record century, India's first ODI series win in England since 1999

All the important numbers from India's emphatic 88-run win over England in Canterbury

Harmanpreet Kaur was in a league of her own in the second ODI  •  PA Photos/Getty Images

Harmanpreet Kaur was in a league of her own in the second ODI  •  PA Photos/Getty Images

333 for 5 - India's total in Canterbury is their second-highest in women's ODIs, behind 358 for 2 that they recorded against Ireland in 2017. It is also the second-highest score by any team against England in this format, second only to Australia's 356 for 5 in the World Cup final earlier this year.
143* - Harmanpreet Kaur's score in the second ODI is now the highest by an India captain in women's ODIs. Mithali Raj's 125* against Sri Lanka in 2018 in Katunayake was the previous best for. Harmanpreet's score is also the third-highest individual score for India in this format.
1999 - The last instance of India Women winning an ODI series against England in England. India lost all six bilateral series played between the two sides in the country since then.
2- India are only the second team to win an ODI series in England in the last 15 years after Australia, who won in 2015 and 2019. England have been victorious in 17 of the 20 bilateral ODI series they have played at home in this period.
1 - Harmanpreet's 143 not out is the highest individual score in an ODI against England in England. Sophie Devine's 117* in 2018 was the previous highest, while Debbie Hockley and Lizelle Lee also scored 117 against the hosts in 1996 and 2018 respectively.
390.91 - Harmanpreet's strike rate after she completed her century. She smashed six fours and three sixes off her next 11 balls collecting 43 runs.
5 - ODI hundreds for Harmanpreet, the joint second-most by a batter for India Women. Raj leads the list with seven, while Smriti Mandhana also has five centuries. All five of Harmanpreet's centuries have come batting at No. 4 or lower, joint-most with Nat Sciver.
17.75 - The run rate during the 71-run partnership for the sixth wicket between Harmanpreet and Deepti Sharma is the highest for any 50-plus stand in women's ODIs (where ball-by-ball data is available). The previous highest was 15.75 by Heather Knight and Sciver, when they added 84 off 32 balls against Pakistan in 2016.
82 - Runs conceded by Freya Kemp, the second-most by any bowler on debut in women's ODIs. Ireland's Cara Murray leaked 119 runs on her debut against New Zealand in 2018, which is also the most runs leaked ever in the format.
1 - Kemp's 82 runs are also the most conceded by an England bowler in a women's ODI. Lauren Bell, who also conceded 79 runs in this match, recorded England's second-most expensive spell.

Sampath Bandarupalli is a statistician at ESPNcricinfo