224- Margin of victory for India at Brabourne, is their third-biggest in ODIs by runs. The two bigger wins had come against Bermuda and Hong Kong, by 257 runs and 256 runs respectively.
1- Number of bigger defeats for West Indies (by runs )than their 224-run loss. Their biggest loss came against South Africa at SCG in the 2015 Word Cup, where they lost by 257 runs. They were moving towards a huge defeat after being 56 for 6 in 14th over in Mumbai before captain Jason Holder's half-century avoided that record.
2- India's total of 377 for 5 is their second-highest against West Indies. Their highest came when Virender Sehwag's double-hundred propelled India to 418 for 5 in Indore in 2011. Overall, it is the fifth-highest total for any team against West Indies.
7- Number of 150-plus scores for Rohit Sharma, which is two more than any other batsman. Sachin Tendulkar and David Warner have five each. All of Rohit's 150-plus scores have come after 2013.
2- Number of batsmen to score multiple 150-plus scores in a series or tournament. Rohit has done it twice in this series; the only other player to achieve this feat was Zimbabwe's Hamilton Masakadza against Kenya in 2009.
3- Number of India batsmen to score centuries at No.4 since 2015: Manish Pandey, Yuvraj Singh and Ambati Rayudu. Only Pakistan (zero) and Australia (one) have fewer hundreds at No. 4 than India's three.
211- The partnership between Rohit and Rayudu for the third wicket, which is the fifth highest for India for the wicket. It was the second double-century stand for India in this series, which makes it the fifth series or tournament in which India had multiple double-hundred partnerships.
162- Rohit's score, which is the highest by an India batsman in ODIs in 2018. From 2013, Rohit has held the highest score among India players till now.
6- Hundreds by India batsmen in this series, which is their joint most in any bilateral series. They had six centuries twice before, both against Australia - in the home series in 2013-14 and then in Australia in 2015-16.
Bharath Seervi is stats sub-editor at ESPNcricinfo. @SeerviBharath