Rohit Sharma became 2nd Indian to score century in the semi-final of an ICC ODI tournament    Getty Images
Rohit Sharma became 2nd Indian to score century in the semi-final of an ICC ODI tournament Getty Images

265 runs chased by India, the 2nd-highest successful chase in a semi-final of any ODI tournament after New Zealand s 299 against South Africa in the 2015 World Cup.

0 players to reach 8,000 ODI runs in fewer innings than Virat Kohli. He reached the landmark in 175 innings, breaking the previous best of 182 innings by AB de Villiers. Kohli also became the 7th Indian to reach the landmark.

1 Indian to have hit more centuries in a knock-out match of an ICC ODI tournament than Rohit. Sourav Ganguly has hit 3 hundreds in ICC knock-out matches, while this was the 2nd for Rohit. Sachin Tendulkar has also hit one.

5 Indian batsmen to have hit 200 sixes in international cricket before Rohit. He became 6th to do so after MS Dhoni (313), Tendulkar (264), Yuvraj Singh (249), Ganguly (246) and Virender Sehwag (237).

0 extra conceded by Bangladesh against India during a 265-run innings. This is the highest total with no extra in an ODI innings. The previous best was 229 by UAE against Scotland in 2016.

12 century stands in this Champions Trophy, the most in any edition of the tournament. The previous best of 11 happened in 2002 and 2006.

384 runs added by Shikhar Dhawan and Rohit Sharma in this Champions Trophy, the 2nd-most by a pair in single edition after Shivnarine Chanderpaul and Chris Gayle s 512 in 2006. The India duo went past their own previous best of 382 runs in 2013.

1 pair to have score more runs than Dhawan and Rohit in ICC ODI tournament history. Dhawan and Rohit have scored 1,195 runs together and are only behind Adam Gilchrist and Matthew Hayden s 1,539.

1st batsman to score 300 runs in two Champions Trophy editions Dhawan. He also becomes first to achieve this feat in consecutive editions.

680 runs for Dhawan in Champions Trophy history, the most by an Indian batsman in this tournament. Dhawan went past Ganguly s record of 665. Overall, Dhawan is currently at 4th spot in the list after Gayle (791), Mahela Jayawardene (742) and Kumar Sangakkara (683).

5 penalty runs was given to Bangladesh in this match. They became the 4th team to earn 5 penalty runs in an ICC ODI tournament after Pakistan in the 2002 Champions Trophy and Kenya and South Africa in the 2007 World Cup. Overall, this was the 12th instance of a team earning 5 penalty runs in an ODI.

14 centuries by Indian batsmen against Bangladesh in ODIs, the 2nd-most by any team after Sri Lanka (19). India went past Pakistan s 13 centuries.

51 dismissals by Dhoni in ICC ODI tournaments, 3rd-most by any wicketkeeper after Sangakkara (87) and Gilchrist (77).

264 runs scored by Bangladesh in this match, 2nd-highest total by any team batting first in a semi-final of Champions Trophy. The highest is 295 by India against South Africa in 2000.

16 wickets for Ravindra Jadeja in Champions Trophy, the most by an Indian. Jadeja went past Zaheer Khan s tally of 15 wickets.

11th semi-final for India in ICC ODI tournaments, the joint-most by any team along with Australia.

123 runs added by Tamim Iqbal and Mushfiqur Rahim together for the 3rd wicket. This is Bangladesh s 2nd-best partnership for any wicket against India in ODIs after Anamul Haque and Rahim s 133 in 2014.

1st semi-final match for Bangladesh across all ODI tournaments.

4 Indians before Yuvraj to have played 300 ODIs; they are Tendulkar (463), Dravid (344), Mohammad Azharuddin (334) and Ganguly (311). However, Yuvraj is yet to play 300 ODIs for India as he represented Asia XI in 3 matches from his career. Overall, Yuvraj became the 11th cricketer to play 300 ODIs.

3 opening batsmen to get dismissed on duck in a Champions Trophy semi-final match before Soumya Sarkar: Salman Butt (2004), Shane Watson (2006) and Colin Ingram (2013). Soumya also became the 6th batsman to achieve this feat in an ICC ODI tournament semi-final and the 10th in any ODI tournament semi-final.