South Africa are yet to loss a Pink ODI © AFP
South Africa are yet to loss a Pink ODI © AFP

0 defeats for South Africa in pink ODIs, in 6 matches now: they beat Pakistan in 2012-13, India in 2013-14, West Indies in 2014-15, England in 2015-16, and Sri Lanka in 2016-17. AB de Villiers averages 95.20 from these matches at a strike rate of 156, and has hit 37 fours and 26 sixes.

0.36 India’s win-loss ratio against South Africa in South Africa (8 wins, 22 defeats), their 2nd-worst against any country at their den with a 5-ODI cut-off. However, they have done a decent job against other countries there, winning 12 and losing 5.

460 strike rate for Andile Phehlukwayo: his 23* took only 5 balls. This is the highest strike rate for anyone in a single innings with a 5-ball cut-off. The previous best was 400, by Sunil Narine (24 in 6 balls) against Australia at Perth in 2010-11.

8.11 economy rate conceded by India (207/5 in 25.3 overs), their worst since October 25, 2015. On that occasion they had gone for 8.76 (438/4 in 50 overs), also against South Africa. This was also their overall 5th-most expensive days out.

4 Indians have scored more than Virat Kohli in ODIs now — Sachin Tendulkar, Sourav Ganguly, Rahul Dravid, and MS Dhoni. Kohli (9,423) went past Mohammad Azharuddin (9,378) during the course of the innings.

12 wickets each for Yuzvendra Chahal and Kuldeep Yadav in this series, the joint-most for any spinner in a bilateral series in South Africa. Chahal and Kuldeep are tied with Keith Arthurton.

2 wickets for Lungi Ngidi. This was his 2nd ODI. He had not taken a single wicket on debut.

43* by Heinrich Klaasen, a Man-of-the-Match-winning performance. This was his 2nd ODI. He had scored 6 on debut.

8.50 worst economy rate for Kuldeep (6-0-51-2) in a single match. His previous worst was 8.25 (4-0-33-2) against Australia at Chennai earlier this season.

12.36 worst economy rate for Chahal (5.3-0-68-1) in a single match by a humongous margin. His previous worst was only 6.75 (8-0-54-0) against Australia at Bengaluru earlier this season.

50 catches for David Miller. He became the 12th South African and 110th overall non-wicketkeeper to the landmark.