20 Number of times that India have posted a 350-plus score in ODIs, a record; India have also won all these games. South Africa, who have done this 14 times, are next best.
28 Number of times that India's openers have posted a 150-plus opening partnership, eight more than any other team. However, they have gone past 200 on only four occasions, five less than Sri Lanka who have nine such partnerships. Sri Lanka have only sixteen 150-plus opening partnerships in all.
0 Number of occasions, before this game against Sri Lanka, when Ishant Sharma, Umesh Yadav and Varun Aaron played an ODI together. Either one or two of these three bowlers have played in 101 previous ODIs.
18 Number of 50-plus scores for Suresh Raina in his first 100 ODIs. Following his 52 in this game, his 200th, he also has exactly eighteen 50-plus scores in the next hundred ODIs. Raina scored 2406 runs in his first 100 ODIs, at an average of 36.45, and 2602 runs in his next 100, at an average of 35.64.
363 India's total in their innings, which equals the fifth-highest by any team against Sri Lanka. They had finished with the exact score in an ODI in Colombo in 2009. The first two totals in this list are also by India with the highest of 414 for 7 in Rajkot in 2009.
105 Runs scored by India between overs 21 to 30 after a sedate start to their innings - they were 90 for 0 in 20 overs - which is the second-highest for these overs by any team in ODIs since 2001. South Africa top this list: they scored 111 runs between the 21st and 30th overs in the famous chase against Australia in Johannesburg in 2006.
6 Number of times both the Indian openers have scored centuries, including this match. The last instance was in 2003, against New Zealand when Virender Sehwag and Sachin Tendulkar got centuries in Hyderabad. Sri Lanka were at the receiving end for a second time: Sachin Tendulkar and Sourav Ganguly had got a hundred each in 1998 in Colombo.
231 Runs added by India's opening pair - the third-highest opening partnership in ODIs for India and only the fourth double-hundred partnership for the side. The last instance was in Hamilton against New Zealand in 2009 when Gautam Gambhir and Sehwag added 201 runs. Sourav Ganguly and Sachin Tendulkar added 258 against Kenya in 2001, the most by an Indian opening pair.
5008 Number of runs Suresh Raina has now scored in ODIs, the 11th India batsman to score 5000-plus ODI runs. Raina also became the 12th Indian player to play 200 or more ODIs. The list excludes Zaheer Khan who has played 200 ODIs, but only 194 for India with the remaining six for Asia XI.
6 Centuries Shikhar Dhawan has hit in ODIs including his innings of 113. He has scored 1876 ODI runs at an average of 43.62. Prior to this game, Dhawan's last hundred was against West Indies in Kanpur last year, 18 innings ago. Between the two centuries though, Dhawan has two scores in the 90s. His partner, Ajinkya Rahane made his second ODI hundred and his highest score. In addition to his two centuries, Rahane has hit three fifties in 11 innings as an opener this year, scoring 489 runs at an average of 44.45. In the rest of his 27 innings of his career, Rahane has scored 672 runs at an average of 24.88.
78 Runs conceded by Suraj Randiv in this match - the most he has conceded in an ODI, 21 more than the previous highest which was also against India. Randiv's figures were also the second most expensive by a Sri Lanka bowler with three or more wickets in an innings.
9 Number of times in the last 10 years that Sri Lanka have been bowled out for 200 or less against India. Against other teams, they have not been bowled out for a below-200 score more than six times.
4-34 Ishant Sharma's figures in this game, his best in ODIs. He bettered the 4-38 against Australia in Melbourne six years ago.
5 Number of four-wicket hauls that Ishant has in ODIs, without a single five-for. Among bowlers who have taken 100 wickets, only Malcolm Marshall has taken more four-wicket hauls without a five-for.
Bishen Jeswant and Shiva Jayaraman are stats sub-editors at ESPNcricinfo