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Mandhana and Harmanpreet set new benchmarks, West Indies' dramatic collapse and more

India continued to dominate West Indies in Women's World Cups, as the 155-run win highlighted

Smriti Mandhana shared her Player of the Match trophy with fellow centurion Harmanpreet Kaur, India vs West Indies, Women's World Cup 2022, Hamilton, March 12, 2022

Smriti Mandhana and Harmanpreet Kaur added 184, the highest for India in Women's World Cups  •  ICC via Getty

317 India Women's total against West Indies on Saturday is their second-highest total in ODI cricket, behind the 358 for 2 against Ireland in 2017. It is also the first instance of India breaching the 300-run mark in the Women's World Cup. Their previous highest was 284 for 6 in 2013 against West Indies.
7 India have now defeated West Indies in all seven Women's ODI World Cup matches they have played. No other team has won more games against an opponent in the Women's World Cup with a 100% win record. New Zealand against Ireland and Australia against South Africa have seven wins each in ODI World Cups.
1 Smriti Mandhana and Harmanpreet Kaur became the first Indian pair to score centuries in the same Women's World Cup game. There have been only seven previous instances of two centurions in the same innings at the tournament. Mandhana and Harmanpreet also became the third Indian pair to score hundreds in a women's ODI.
184 Partnership between Mandhana and Harmanpreet, the highest for India at the Women's World Cup. The previous highest stand was 175 between the opening pair of Punam Raut and Thirush Kamini against West Indies in 2013. The 184 between Mandhana and Harmanpreet is India's highest stand in Women's ODIs for the fourth or a lower wicket.
40 Wickets for Jhulan Goswami in the Women's World Cup. She is now the leading wicket-taker in the history of the competition. The Indian pace bowler surpassed Lyn Fullston's tally of 39 wickets when she dismissed Anisa Mohammed. All 40 wickets of Goswami have been of different players as she never got the same batter out twice.
3 Hundreds for Harmanpreet in the Women's World Cup, the most by a batter for India. She left behind Mithali Raj and Mandhana, who have two hundreds each.
109 Harmanpreet became the first Indian batter to score a century while batting at No. 5 or lower in Women's ODIs. Only two players had a higher score in Women's ODIs while batting at No.5 and lower.
100 Balls Harmanpreet needed for her century, the second-fastest for India in Women's World Cup, behind her 90-ball ton against Australia in 2017. The 100-ball effort in Hamilton is also the joint third-fastest hundred for India in Women's ODIs.
4 ODI centuries for Harmanpreet, all while batting at No. 4 and lower, the joint-most by a player in women's ODIs. She equals Natalie Sciver, who also scored all her four tons batting at No.4 and lower.
162 West Indies' total in Hamilton is the second-lowest all out score to involve a century partnership in ODI history across men or women. The lowest is 161 by Pakistan against Sri Lanka in a men's ODI in 2009 despite a 108-run fourth-wicket stand. The previous lowest in women's ODIs was by England, who collapsed to 163 despite a 106-run opening partnership against Australia in 1985.
West Indies women had a 100-run stand for the first wicket between Deandra Dottin and Hayley Matthews on Saturday, their first-ever century opening stand at the World Cup.

Sampath Bandarupalli is a statistician at ESPNcricinfo