135 - The partnership between Jonny Bairstow and Jason Roy for the opening stand during the chase, the second-highest opening stand for England in an unsuccessful ODI chase. It is also England's third-highest partnership for any wicket in an ODI defeat while chasing.
9.41 - Run rate of England's opening partnership, the second-fastest century opening stand in an ODI chase to fall on the losing side. The top spot is held by Bairstow and Roy as well, whose 129-run partnership against Scotland in 2018 came at a run rate of 10.14 but ended up in a six-run defeat.
0 - Players with four or more wickets on ODI debut for India before Prasidh Krishna. Noel David's 3 for 21 against West Indies in 1997 were the previous best figures for India on ODI debut. Krishna had an economy rate of 6.61, the second-highest for any player with a four-wicket haul on ODI debut.
26 - Balls needed for Krunal Pandya to reach his fifty, the fastest by an ODI debutant. The previous fastest fifty on ODI debut was off 35 balls, held by John Morris of England against New Zealand in 1990. Pandya's strike rate of 187.10 is also the second-highest for any player to have scored 50-plus runs in his maiden ODI innings.
0 - ODI fifties for India against England, coming in fewer balls than Pandya's 26-ball effort. The debutant now shares the Indian record for the fastest ODI fifty against England as MS Dhoni also hit a 26-ball fifty in 2011. Pandya's fifty is also the quickest by an Indian in this format since 2012.
9 - Wickets for Indian quick bowlers during England's innings, the joint-most for them in a home ODI. The Indian pace bowlers had also claimed nine wickets against Sri Lanka in the 1997 Guwahati ODI and versus Zimbabwe in Kanpur, 2000.
12 - Century partnerships between Bairstow and Roy in ODIs, the joint-most by an England pair in this format, alongside Eoin Morgan and Joe Root. Three of Bairstow-Roy's 12 century partnerships came at a nine-plus run rate, the most such opening stands for any pair in the format.
Sampath Bandarupalli is a statistician at ESPNcricinfo