Jadhav outdoes Dhoni, Rahane emulates Kapil
Stats highlight from the third ODI between Zimbabwe and India where the visitors completed a 3-0 series win.
2 Debutant India captains who led their teams to whitewashes in a bilateral ODI series before Ajinkya Rahane. Kapil Dev led India to a 3-0 win over Sri Lanka in 1982, while Gautam Gambhir led India to a 5-0 whitewash of New Zealand in 2010-11.
4 ODI innings taken by Kedar Jadhav to score his maiden ODI century - the fewest by an India batsman. Before Jadhav, MS Dhoni and Manoj Prabhakar had been the quickest, taking five innings each.
6 Hundreds by India batsmen batting at No. 6 or lower in away ODIs, including Jadhav in this game. The last batsman to do this was Yusuf Pathan in 2011 against South Africa. 71 Manish Pandey's score on his ODI debut; this was the second-highest score by an India debutant in an away ODI. Brijesh Patel had made 82 on his debut against England in Leeds in 1974. 0 Centuries by India debutants in ODIs; Pandey's 71, though, was the 12th fifty-plus score by an India debutant. Robin Uthappa's 86 against England in Indore in 2006 is the highest ODI score by an India batsman on debut. 2 Number of times India have whitewashed their opponents in a bilateral ODI series outside India including this one. Zimbabwe have been the opponent on both occasions. Overall, India have inflicted nine whitewashes in bilateral ODI series.
9.1 Zimbabwe's economy rate in the last ten overs in this series; they conceded a boundary every eight balls in these overs. In the first 40 overs, their economy rate was 4.4, with a boundary conceded every 16 balls.
0 Man-of-the-series awards won by Ambati Rayudu before this one. This is his first such award in the ten series he has played in. Rayudu made 165 runs from two matches in this series, including a hundred in the first match.
2 India players with 100-plus runs and five or more wickets from three or fewer matches in an away series before Stuart Binny. Sachin Tendulkar had scored 149 runs and taken six wickets in the Wills International Cup in Bangladesh in 1998-99. Manoj Prabhakar had made 142 runs and taken seven wickets in a bilateral series in Sri Lanka in 1993. Binny took six wickets and made 120 runs in this series.
73.75 Chamu Chibhabha's batting average in his last five ODIs; he has made 295 runs including three fifties in this period. Chibhabha made 157 runs at an average of 52.33 and took four wickets at 26.75 in this series.
Shiva Jayaraman is a sub-editor (stats) at ESPNcricinfo.com