135 Number of balls left when England achieved victory in this ODI, the most for them against India. The only other time England beat India with more than 100 balls to spare was at Trent Bridge in 2004. This is also their biggest win against a top-eight team in terms of balls remaining away from home.

9 Number of wickets by which England won this ODI, their largest margin of victory against India [by wickets]. The only other time England beat India by nine wickets was at Headingley in 1982.

1 Number of times two English bowlers have taken four-wicket hauls in the same ODI innings when playing outside England. This has happened three times in England. James Anderson returned figures of 4 for 18 in this match, while Steven Finn had figures of 5 for 33.

6 Number of overseas bowlers who have taken an ODI five-for in Brisbane. Finn became the sixth. Only three Australia bowlers have taken a five-wicket haul in Brisbane. Finn is also the fourth England bowler, after Darren Gough, Mark Ealham and Chris Woakes, to take a five-wicket haul in Australia.

153 Score at which India were bowled out in this ODI, their lowest ever against England. Their previous lowest against England was 158, at Headingley in 1996.

5 Number of times Ajinkya Rahane has been dismissed by Finn in ODIs. No other bowler has dismissed him more than two times in ODIs. The two batsmen that Finn has dismissed most often in ODIs are Rahane and Suresh Raina - five times each.

0 Number of times that India have successfully defended a target of 200 runs or less in a full ODI against England. They have now lost nine such games. India have won a couple of curtailed games under these circumstances in in 2008 and 2013.

5 Number of dismissals effected by Jos Buttler in this ODI - four catches and a stumping. This is the joint-highest by a keeper in an ODI in Brisbane. Australia's Matthew Wade and West Indies' Courtney Browne have also effected five dismissals each in Brisbane.

18 Number of years since India have lost an ODI to England at a neutral venue. The last match India lost was in Sharjah in 1997. Between that game and this one, India had won four ODIs.

Bishen Jeswant is a stats sub editor at ESPNCricinfo. @bishen_jeswant