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3 Instances when India have successfully chased targets of 190 or more in T20Is, the most by any team. South Africa is the only other team to do it more than once. India had chased 207 against Sri Lanka in Mohali in 2009 and 202 against Australia in Rajkot in 2013. This is the first time India finished a successful chase off the final ball of a match and the 15th instance overall for any team.
124* Shane Watson's score in this match, the second-highest score in T20 internationals after Aaron Finch's 156. Finch's innings came against England in Southampton in 2013. Watson's score is also the highest in T20 matches in Australia beating Luke Wright's 117 for Melbourne Stars against Hobart Hurricanes in Hobart in 2012.
1 Virat Kohli is the first batsman to score more than two fifty-plus scores in a bilateral T20I series. Kohli's tally of 199 runs in this series is also the second-highest by a batsman between dismissals in T20Is. Martin Guptill had scored 216 runs with scores of 91*, 78* and 47 in February 2012. Kohli's aggregate is also the second-highest by a batsman in bilateral T20I series. Hamilton Masakadza's 222 runs in the four-match series earlier this year against Bangladesh is the highest.
119* The highest individual score by a captain in T20Is before Watson's 124*, by Faf du Plessis against West Indies in Johannesburg in January 2015. Tillakaratne Dilshan is the only other batsman to score a century as captain in T20Is.
0 Centuries scored against India in T20Is before Watson's knock. The previous highest individual score against India was Chris Gayle's 98 that came in Bridgetown during the 2010 World T20.
4 T20I centuries in a losing cause. Watson's score is the fourth-highest in overall T20 cricket in a defeat.
3 Number of Indians who have aggregated 1000 or more runs in T20Is. Rohit Sharma is the latest on the list behind Virat Kohli and Suresh Raina.
24 Runs scored off a Shaun Tait over [third of the innings], the third-most expensive over against India. The most expensive one was bowled by Stuart Broad, who conceded 36 in Durban [19th over of the innings] in the 2007 World T20, followed by Rory Kleinveldt's 25-run over in Gros Islet [18th over] in the 2010 World T20.