Bharath Seervi is stats sub-editor at ESPNcricinfo.
9 Consecutive bilateral ODI series for Pakistan in England without winning any. Their last and only ODI series win in England was way back in 1974 in their first tour there. Since then, they have lost eight series and have drawn one.
22 Balls taken by Jos Buttler to reach his 50, the fastest by any England player. He bettered Paul Collingwood's effort of 24 balls, against New Zealand in Napier in 2007-08. Incidentally, Eoin Morgan also reached fifty in 24 balls in this match.
46.2 Overs in which England reached 400, the joint-fastest by any team. South Africa also reached the mark in 46.2 overs against Australia in Johannesburg in 2005-06.
6 England batsmen who have made five consecutive scores of 50 or more in ODIs. Root became the sixth to do so, having made scores of 65, 93, 61, 89, 85 in his last five innings. Geoff Boycott, Graham Gooch, Alec Stewart, Jonathan Trott and Hales are the other five England players to do so. Click here for batsmen with most consecutive 50-plus scores.
59.23 Average of England's top-three in ODIs this year - their highest in any calendar year. The only other time their top-three combined averaged more than 50 was in 2012. Their strike rate of 99.06 this year is also the highest for them in any year. Also Root and Hales are the top-two run-getters in ODIs this year.
7 Instances of a team having two partnerships of 150 or more in the same ODI innings. This was the first such innings for England and six of the seven occurrences have been since 2013.
1 Instance of a bowler conceding more runs in an ODI than the 110 by Wahab Riaz in this ODI. Mick Lewis went for 113 runs in the Wanderers ODI of 2005-06, when 400 totals were made for the first time. Wahab is the first Pakistan bowler to concede over 100 runs in an ODI.
59 Boundaries hit by England in their innings - joint-most in an ODI innings - 43 fours and 16 sixes. Sri Lanka also hit 59 - 56 fours and three sixes - when they made 443. England's 16 sixes was also their most in an ODI.
0 Fifty-plus scores by a No. 11 in ODIs before Mohammad Amir made 58 in this match. The previous highest by a No. 11 was 43 by Shoaib Akhtar which was also against England, in Cape Town in 2003 World Cup.