India's worst ever seven-wicket collapse
As Steve O'Keefe raced his way to a six-wicket haul in Pune, India registered a record collapse
11 Runs for which India lost their last seven wickets - their worst seven-wicket collapse. They went from 94 for 3 to 105 all out in a span of 48 balls. Their previous worst such collapse was seven for 18 runs in Christchurch in 1989-90.
19 Steve O'Keefe took five wickets in a span of 19 balls, which is the joint-second-fewest balls to take a five-for against India. The shortest span was 16 balls by Stuart Broad at Trent Bridge in 2011. Ernie Toshack, in Brisbane in 1947-48, and Imran Khan, in Hyderabad in 1982-83, also took five wickets in 19 balls. O'Keefe finished with six wickets in 24 balls.
6/35 O'Keefe's figures - the third-best by a visiting left-arm spinner in India. The best is 7 for 49 by Hedley Verity in Chennai in 1933-34.
2008 The last time India were all out at home for a smaller total than their 105 in this match - 76 against South Africa in Ahmedabad. This is their third-lowest total anywhere in the last ten years.
4 Number of lower all-out scores for India against Australia than this total. Their lowest against them is 58 at the Gabba in 1947-48. Their only lower total against Australia at home is 104 at the Wankhede in 2004-05.
1 Instance of a team scoring the highest total of the match in the fourth innings to win in India. It was the home side against England in Chennai in 2008-09 when they won chasing 387. At stumps on the second day, Australia are leading by 298 with six wickets in hand. India haven't lost a Test at home since 2012.
60.95 Percentage of runs scored by Lokesh Rahul in the innings - 64 out of 105 - the fourth-highest by an India batsman and third-highest by any player against Australia. Highest, for India and against Australia, is 63.98% by VVS Laxman at SCG in 1999-00.
92.36 Steven Smith's average in Tests against India - the third best among 46 players with 1000-plus runs. He completed 1000 runs against India in the second innings. He has four hundreds and four fifties in 14 innings.
67 Wickets for R Ashwin in this 2016-17 season - currently the second most by a bowler in any season. He is 11 wickets away from Dale Steyn's 78 scalps in 12 matches in 2007-08.
104 Number of consecutive innings across all three International formats without a duck for Virat Kohli, before Mitchell Starc got him second-ball in this match. His last duck was in an ODI in Cardiff in 2014. This was his fifth duck in Tests and first in a home Test.
Bharath Seervi is stats sub-editor at ESPNcricinfo. @SeerviBharath