Yuzvendra Chahal © AFP
Yuzvendra Chahal © AFP

1.4 India’s win-loss ratio in T20 Internationals against South Africa (7 wins, 5 defeats). They lost their first ever T20I at SuperSport Park, Centurion on Wednesday.

240 runs for JP Duminy against India now, the most among South Africans. Duminy went past AB de Villiers’ tally of 208.

13 sixes for Duminy against India, the most from either side in matches between them. Rohit Sharma and Suresh Raina have hit 12 each.

7 sixes hit by Heinrich Klaasen, the joint-most by anyone in an India-South Africa match. Duminy had also hit 7, at Dharamsala in 2015-16.

4 wickets for Junior Dala against India, the joint-most for a South African. Dala caught up with Johan Botha, Morne Morkel, and Chris Morris.

3 dismissals for Klaasen against India (all of them catches), joint-most by a South African wicketkeeper. He drew level with Mark Boucher, who had 3 catches as well. If one includes Indians, MS Dhoni has 5 (4 catches, 1 stumping).

9 catches for Raina in India-South Africa matches, the most among non-wicketkeepers.

3 bigger 5th-wicket partnerships in T20Is than the unbroken 98 between Manish Pandey and Dhoni at SuperSport Park. The record is 119* (between Misbah-ul-Haq and Shoaib Malik), followed by 102* (Yuvraj Singh and Dhoni) and 102 (Paul Collingwood and Owais Shah).

69 highest score for Klaasen, in his 2nd T20I. He had scored 16 on debut.

2/28 best figures for Dala, in his 2nd T20I. He had taken 2/47 on debut.

2 bowlers have conceded more runs than Yuzvendra Chahal in a single T20I. Chahal went for 4-0-64-0 at SuperSport Park. The ‘record’ is held by Barry McCarthy (4-0-69-0), while Kyle Abbott had 4-0-68-1. James Anderson, Sanath Jayasuriya, Andrew Tye, and Ben Wheeler have also conceded 64 runs in a T20I. Among Indians, Joginder Sharma (4-0-57-0) had the previous-worst 4-over figures.

73 players have now played T20Is for India. Shardul Thakur was the latest. He took 1/31.