200 - Partnership between Tom Latham and Ross Taylor, the highest for any visiting pair against India in India while chasing. The previous highest was an unbroken 189 between Andrew Hall and Graeme Smith in Kolkata in 2005-06. Overall it's the joint third-biggest partnership when chasing against India.
2 - Bigger partnerships for New Zealand when chasing than the one between Latham and Taylor in this match. Both had come in 2015: 236* between Latham and Martin Guptill against Zimbabwe, and 206 by Taylor and Kane Williamson against England. It's also New Zealand's highest partnership for any wicket against India.
2013 - The last time India failed to defend a total in ODIs at home - that instance had come against West Indies in Visakhapatnam. Since then, at home, they had batted first 10 times and successfully defended each time before this match. Overall this is only the second time India have lost after batting first in their last 10 ODIs.
4 - Number of consecutive 50-plus scores for Latham in the last four ODIs. He scored 54, 104 and 84 against Bangladesh and Ireland in the tri-series in May before bringing up another century in this match. Before this sequence, he had only two centuries and six fifties in 54 innings. His average has increased from 29.40 to 34.54 in these four innings. He had also hit two fifties on the last tour to India, last year, in five innings.
2 - Centuries by New Zealand batsmen against India in India since 2000 - both have come in the two most recent tours. Williamson made 118 in Delhi last year and Latham an unbeaten 103 in this game. Before these two the last New Zealand batsman to do so was Nathan Astle in 1999. There were no centuries for New Zealand players in the 2003-04 and 2010-11 tours. The last visiting batsman to score a century in a successful chase against India was Ian Bell in Dharamsala in January 2013.
5 - Number of consecutive ODI series for India in which they had begun with a win before this. Starting from the series in Zimbabwe in June last year, India had won the first match of each series they played in and had gone on to win the series. The last time India lost the first game of a home series was against South Africa in 2015 and that was also their last home-series defeat.
95 - Ross Taylor's score, his highest in ODIs in India. Before this he had made only two fifties in 13 innings at average of 28.53 with a highest of 74. This year he is the highest run-getter for New Zealand with 755 runs in 15 innings at average of 58.07 with two centuries and six fifties.