India's first bilateral series defeat under Kohli

13- Centuries for Joe Root in ODIs - the most among England players. He went past Marcus Trescothick, who had held the record with 12 hundreds. England's captain Eoin Morgan, who made 88 not out, is third on the list with ten centuries. This was Root's second century in a row in the three-match series. He was named Player of the Series.

9- Number of successive bilateral ODI series wins for India before this defeat. The last time they had lost a bilateral ODI series was in early 2016 against Australia, in Australia. This was also the first defeat for India in a bilateral series under Virat Kohli's leadership. They had won all their first seven series under Kohli.

8- Number of consecutive bilateral ODI series wins for England. They hadn't lost any such series since the 2-1 loss against India in India in early 2016. This was also England's first series victory against India since winning 3-0 in 2011 at home. They did, however, lose a one-off ODI against Scotland in May this year.

186*- Partnership between Root and Morgan for the third wicket - the highest for England against India for any wicket. This bettered the previous record of 185 between Marcus Trescothick and Nasser Hussain at Lord's in 2002. The pair also broke the record for the pair with most runs for England, going past the 2118 runs added together by Ian Bell and Alastair Cook. This was the ninth century stand between the two, whereas no other England pair has had more than five.

3- Number of times Virat Kohli got out to spinners in this series, compared to none against pacers. Kohli scored 75 runs at a strike rate of 79.78 against spinners, whereas, against pace, he scored 116 runs at run-a-ball. His numbers had a similarly vast difference in the recently-concluded IPL season: average of 110.66 against pacers with three dismissals, and 24.75 against spinners with eight dismissals. However, Kohli was the highest run-getter among India batsmen in the series and also completed 3000 runs as captain in his 49th innings, the fastest by any player.

66.66- Strike rate of India's batsmen from No.4 to No. 6 in the series - their second-lowest in any series in the last five years. In seven innings from batsmen in those positions, they scored 156 runs off 234 balls with a highest score of 46. They did not hit any sixes either.

9- Wickets taken by Kuldeep Yadav in the series, which is two more than all the other Indian bowlers combined. The other India bowlers could manage only seven wickets at an average of 98.14. Kuldeep claimed nine scalps at16.44.