108 Balls taken by MS Dhoni to reach to his fifty - the slowest by any India batsman in ODIs since 2001. It was also Dhoni's slowest fifty, beating the 88 balls he took to get there against Pakistan at Eden Gardens in 2013. Dhoni's crawling innings came to end when India required 14 off seven balls.
54 Runs scored by India between the 21st and 40th overs, including just one boundary. In those 20 overs, the most productive over was of five runs, the 39th over. Dhoni had faced more than half the deliveries in that phase and scored at the lowest strike rate - 36.92 (24 runs off 65 balls). Only thrice since 2001, India scored fewer runs in that phase in an ODI. West Indies had scored 88 runs in that phase.
47.36 Dhoni's strike rate - 54 off 114 - the lowest in the 149 innings in which he has scored 25 or more runs. His previous slowest 25-plus run innings was 38 off 75, at a rate of 50.66, against New Zealand in Dambulla in 2010.
2006 The last time West Indies batted complete 50 overs and scored fewer than 200 runs - 198 for 9 against India in Kingston. They had won that game by two runs. Since falling short by one run in that game, it was the first time India failed to chase a target of less than 200 runs in a completed ODI.
1998 The last time India failed to chase a target of 190 or less in ODIs. They were all out for 163 chasing 172 against Sri Lanka in Colombo (SSC) in a 36-over contest. Overall, this is the 10th-smallest target India have failed to achieve in their ODI history.
3.68 The run rate of this match - 367 runs in 99.4 overs - the lowest in any ODI in the last five years in which more than 95 overs were played. In the West Indies, this is the fourth-slowest ODI ever, with 95-plus overs bowled.
5/27 Jason Holder's figures - his maiden five-wicket haul in an ODI career of 62 matches. Before this, none of the West Indies players in the current squad had a five-wicket haul. He is the third West Indies captain after Viv Richards (twice) and Dwayne Bravo to take a five-for. Against India, Greg Chappell and Shaun Pollock are the other captains with five-fors.
3-10 West Indies' win-loss record in ODIs in North Sound. Incidentally, two of those three wins have come against India, in four games. They had won by 103 runs against India in 2011. Their win-loss ratio of 0.3 is the worst among 12 home venues that hosted 5 or more games.
11 Consecutive ODIs without a 50-plus opening stand for West Indies, before Kyle Hope and Ewin Lewis added 57 in this game. Their openers lasted for 17.2 overs - the most in 53 ODIs since 2014. However, their last seven wickets added only 68 runs and they ended only on 189.
Bharath Seervi is stats sub-editor at ESPNcricinfo. @SeerviBharath