Average number of Tests in which Ravichandran Ashwin has taken a five-wicket haul.
Number of 10-wicket match hauls taken by Ravichandran Ashwin in Tests. Only Anil Kumble has more such hauls for India. Kumble ended with three more 10-wicket hauls after playing 95 more games than Ashwin (Harbhajan also had five 10-wicket hauls in 103 Tests)
Bowling average for Ravichandran Ashwin and Ravindra Jadeja while playing together (136 wickets in 12 Tests) – best for any Indian bowling pair with 100 wickets.
Number of Tests Ravichandran Ashwin took to complete 200 wickets – fastest Indian and second fastest in the world after Clarrie Grimmett, a New Zealander who played for Australia. Grimmett reached the mark in 36Tests.
Number of consecutive Tests as captain in which Virat Kohli has remained unbeaten. He had last lost a Test against Sri Lanka at Galle in August 2015. Since then Virat has won 8 and drawn three.
Virat Kohli’s win-per centage – highest for any player havingled India in 10 or more Tests. Kohli has captained India 15 times-winning 8, losing 2 and drawing 5.
Number of consecutive home Tests in which India have been undefeated. Their last defeat at home had come against England at Eden Gardens in December 2012. Since then India have won 10 and drawn two Tests at home.
Number of LBW dismissals Indian bowlers got in their favour in the Test – a new Indian record. They had nine LBWs against Sri Lanka at Colombo PSS in 2008.
Number of Indian players to score a fifty and take a five-wicket haul in the same Test against New Zealand. Ravindra Jadeja (50* & 5/73) emulated Javagal Srinath who achieved this feat at Hamilton in 1999.
Number of five wicket hauls Ravindra Jadeja has taken in his last 10 first-class matches in India.
Number of runs for which New Zealand lost their last five wickets in the first innings – from 255 for five to 262 all out. This is the joint-worst collapse for any side against India after being five down for 250 or more. At Adelaide in 1985 Australia were 374 for five, but got all out for 381.
Runs scored in the Test without one individual hundred- highest such score in India. The previous highest was 1191 runs in India-Australia Test at Mumbai Brabourne in 1964.