81 for 8 India's total in the third T20I was their third-lowest in the format and their lowest against Sri Lanka. India's previous lowest T20I total against Sri Lanka was 101 all-out in Pune in 2016.

81 for 8 It was also the second-lowest total made by a Full Member side while batting through all 20 overs in a T20I. The lowest is West Indies' 79 for 7 while chasing 106 against Zimbabwe in 2010.

4 for 9 Wanidu Hasaranga's bowling figures were the best against India in men's T20Is. The previous best was 4 for 11 by Mitchell Santner for New Zealand in Nagpur during the 2016 World T20.

2 Hasaranga is also only the second player to take a four-wicket haul on their birthday in men's T20Is. Imran Tahir celebrated his 35th birthday with figures of 4 for 21 against Netherlands in 2014.

1 The 2-1 series win was Sri Lanka's maiden T20I series victory over India. It is also Sri Lanka's first series win in any format against India since their 2-1 victory in a home Test series in 2008.

0 Sixes struck by India in the third T20I, the first time they failed to clear the ropes in a T20I after playing out the full 20 overs. They only hit four boundaries in all, their fewest in a 20-over innings in T20Is. Their previous lowest was eight boundaries (seven fours and a six) during the second T20I on Wednesday.

3.30 Economy rate of Sri Lanka's spinners, the second-best for a Full Member team's spinners in a men's T20I (minimum: 10 overs). Bangladesh recorded the best effort against Afghanistan in 2014, when their spinners bowled 12.1 overs for the cost of only 37 runs, at an economy rate of 3.08.

4.72 The two teams' combined run rate in the third T20I, the second-lowest in a completed men's T20I game involving two Full Member teams. The lowest is 4.61 during the T20I between West Indies and Zimbabwe in 2010 at Port of Spain.

Sampath Bandarupalli is a statistician at ESPNcricinfo