# For the second year in succession, Virat Kohli [ Images ] is the top run-getter for India in a calendar year. Last year, he had amassed 995 runs at an average of 47.38 in 25 matches.
# Kohli remains the only batsman to manage 2,000 runs or more in ODIs since January 2010, aggregating 2376 at an average of 47.52, including seven centuries, in 59 matches.
# Kohli's record against the West Indies is superb in ODIs 580 runs in 12 innings, including one hundred and five fifties.
# Anthony Martin (2/47) produced his best bowling figures away from home.
# Lendl Simmons recorded his sixth duck in ODIs -- his first against India. For the first time in his ODI career, he has been dismissed off the first ball of the innings.
# Kieron Pollard (119 off 110 balls) recorded his career-best innings in ODIs -- his maiden hundred, obliterating the 94 against Ireland at Mohali on March 11, 2011.
# Pollard, in the course of his maiden hundred, completed his 1,000 runs in ODIs, aggregating 1066 at an average of 23.68 in 51 matches.
# Pollard registered 10 sixes in an innings for the first time, eclipsing the five during his innings of 94 off 55 balls against Ireland at Mohali on March 11, 2011.
# Pollard's tally of 10 sixes is the most by a batsman against India, surpassing the 9 each by Ijaz Ahmed for Pakistan at Lahore [ Images ] on October 2, 1997 and by Shahid Afridi [ Images ] at Kanpur on April 15, 2005.
# Pollard's tally is exceeded only by Xavier Marshall for the West Indies -- 157 not out off 118 balls against Canada [ Images ] at King City (NW) on August 22, 2008.
# Pollard and Andre Russell were involved in a stand of 89 for the sixth wicket -- West Indies' highest against India in India, eclipsing the 79 (unbroken) between Russell and Darren Sammy at Ahmedabad [ Images ] on December 5, 2011.
# West Indies' best sixth-wicket stand against India in ODIs is 118 between Nehemiah Perry and Ricardo Powell at Kallang Ground, Singapore on September 8, 1999.
# Manoj Tiwary (104 retired hurt off 126 balls) posted his highest innings in ODIs -- his first century.
# Tiwary's knock is the second highest for India against the West Indies at Chepauk, behind the 113 by Yuvraj Singh [ Images ] on March 20, 2011.
# Tiwary has received his first Man of the Match award in ODIs.
# Tiwary and Kohli registered a stand of 117 (unbroken) for the fourth wicket -- India's highest at Chepauk, eclipsing the 106 between Sachin Tendulkar [ Images ] and Rahul Dravid [ Images ] against the West Indies on January 27, 2007.
# Kohli posted his 18th fifty in ODIs -- his fifth against the West Indies.
# Kohli's 80 off 85 balls is his highest innings at Chepauk, outstripping the 59 against the West Indies.
# Kohli, during the course of his innings, became the top run-scorer this year in ODIs, aggregating 1381 at an average of 47.62 in 34 ODIs, eclipsing Jonathan Trott's aggregate of 1315 at an average of 52.60 in 29 ODIs.
# Gautam Gambhir [ Images ] maintained his unbeaten record as skipper, winning all six ODIs.
# Gambhir's batting record as captain is superb in ODIs -- 360 at an average of 90.00 in six matches, including two three-figure knocks against New Zealand [ Images ] -- 138 not out at Jaipur [ Images ] on December 1, 2010 and 126 not out in 2010.
(3163), Yuvraj Singh (3019), Virender Sehwag (3010), Mahendra Singh Dhoni [ Images ] (2833), Navjot Singh Sidhu (2159) and Ajay Jadeja (2129).
# Rohit Sharma's tally of 305 (ave.76.25), including three fifties, is his best in an ODI series. He became the first Indian batsman to manage 300 runs in a bilateral series against the West Indies in just five ODIs.
# Rohit is the third Indian player to manage 300 runs or more in a bilateral series against the West Indies -- the first two being VVS Laxman [ Images ] -- 312 in seven matches at an average of 52.00 in 2002-03 while Rahul Dravid had made exactly 300 in seven games at an average of 75.00 in 2002-03.
# Rohit got his second Player of the Series award -- both against the West Indies.
# Ravindra Jadeja [ Images ] (9 at 23.77) and Kemar Roach (9 at 30.44) are the top wicket-takers in the series.