9 Consecutive Test losses for South Africa while playing away from home before defeating West Indies in St Lucia. South Africa's last away Test win came against England back in 2017 at Trent Bridge.
259 Runs aggregated by West Indies in this Test match, their second-lowest in a home Test where they got bowled out twice. Their worst effort at home came in 1999 against Australia, scoring only 218 runs at Port of Spain. The 259 runs are also the lowest West Indies made in a Test match anywhere in the 21st century while being bowled out twice.
200 Matches lost by West Indies in Test cricket. Only England (308) and Australia (226) have suffered more defeats than West Indies in this format, but the two teams won twice the number of Tests than the remaining sides.
6 Innings defeats for West Indies out of 253 Test matches they played at home, including the latest loss to South Africa. Their previous innings defeat at home came against India in 2016 at North Sound.
1 Total lower than 322 for South Africa that resulted in an innings win. They defeated Zimbabwe by an innings and 120 runs at Port Elizabeth in 2017 after declaring their first innings on 309 for nine.
2 Players with more than 3000 runs in Test cricket as a wicketkeeper for South Africa. Quinton de Kock joined Mark Boucher in this club during his career-best 141 not-out, in what was his 50th Test as a wicketkeeper. In terms of innings, only Adam Gilchrist (63 innings), Andy Flower (78 innings) and Kumar Sangakkara (78 innings) got to the milestone of 3000 Test runs as keeper quicker than de Kock (83 innings).
10 Five wickets or more in a Test innings for Kagiso Rabada. The latest one against West Indies is his first five-for since the Port Elizabeth Test in March 2018 against Australia, where he took 11 wickets with two five-plus wicket hauls.
13 Captains to have won a Test match before Dean Elgar without contributing any runs, wickets or catches towards the result. Elgar bagged a five-ball duck and did not bowl in any of the innings. He is also the second South African on this list, with Hansie Cronje against England in 2000 being the first.
Sampath Bandarupalli is a statistician at ESPNcricinfo