Angelo Mathews played a captains knock of unbeaten 52 to ensure Sri Lanka's win over India    Getty Images
Angelo Mathews played a captains knock of unbeaten 52 to ensure Sri Lanka’s win over India Getty Images

0 successful chases in Champions Trophy more than Sri Lanka s 322 against India in this match. This is also their highest successful chase against India in ODIs. Moreover, this was the second successful chase of over 300 in Champions Trophy and both happened in this edition. The other instance was achieved by England against Bangladesh.

9 wins for Sri Lanka in ODIs while chasing 300 or above in overseas, the most by any team in ODIs. They went past India s record of 8.

1st defeat for India in Champions Trophy since 2009. In between, they won 7 consecutive matches in the tournament. Their last defeat in the tournament happened against Pakistan in 2009 and their last win also happened against the same team, which was the last match.

0 defeat for India before this ODI when Shikhar Dhawan and Rohit Sharma have added 100 for the opening stand. The duo has had 10 such partnerships so far.

1st 150-run partnership by a Sri Lankan pair against India in an ICC championship. Danushka Gunathilaka and Kusal Mendis added 159 runs for 2nd-wicket stand.

2 opening pairs to have amassed 1,000 runs in ICC tournaments before Dhawan and Rohit (1,085 runs). They became the 3rd overall and 2nd from India. The other pairs are Adam Gilchrist and Matthew Hayden (1,539) and Virender Sehwag and Sachin Tendulkar (1,011). Overall, they are the 7th pair to achieve this feat and 4th from India. Moreover, Dhawan and Rohit average 72.33, the best by an opening pair in ICC matches and 3rd for any wicket.

92.66 batting average of Dhawan in Champions Trophy, highest for any batsman with 300-run cut-off He has scored 556 runs, 3rd-most by an Indian after Sourav Ganguly (665) and Rahul Dravid (627). He went past Tendulkar s tally of 441. Moreover, in ICC tournaments Dhawan averages 69.14 with 968 runs, the 2nd-best with 500-run cut-off after Andrew Symonds (76.66 with 690 runs).

1 instance of three Sri Lankans conceding 70 or more runs each from their full spell of 10 overs in an ODI before today. This was the second such instance for Sri Lanka. The previous occasion was also against India, in 2009 at Colombo. Lasith Malinga, Suranga Lakmal and Nuwan Pradeep were the bowlers today. This was also the 12th time this happened in ODIs.

21 run outs in Champions Trophy from Sri Lankan batsmen, joint-most by any team along with India. Their 21 run outs include 15 players, the most for any team. They went past England and South Africa s tally of 14.

36 innings taken by Rohit to touch 1,000 runs against Sri Lanka in ODIs. He became the 11th Indian to reach this milestone and 26th overall but 4th-slowest after Shahid Afridi (49), Yuvraj Singh (39) and Suresh Raina (37).

3 centuries for Dhawan in Champions Trophy, the joint-most by any batsman along with Ganguly, Chris Gayle and Herschelle Gibbs. Dhawan is also the 2nd-fastest to 3 hundreds in Champions Trophy as he reaches there in just 7 innings. Gibbs had reached there in 5 innings, Ganguly in 8 and Gayle in 13.

10 century partnerships by opening pairs of India against Sri Lanka, 3rd-most for any team after Australia and Pakistan (14). Moreover, India became the 2nd team to have a century stand for opening wicket against Sri Lanka in Champions Trophy after New Zealand, who did in 2009, when Brendon McCullum and Jesse Ryder scored 125.

3rd consecutive century partnership by Dhawan and Rohit. They became the 1st Indian pair to do this in ODIs.

1 player to have a better average than Dhawan (69.44) against Sri Lanka with a 500-run cut-off: Dean Jones (109.87).

3 centuries for Dhawan in England, joint 2nd-most by any visiting batsman along with Tendulkar, Ricky Ponting, Mahela Jayawardene and Sanath Jayasuriya. Viv Richards holds the record for most hundreds in England with 4 centuries.

0 ducks scored by Virat Kohli in an ICC tournament (for grown-ups) before today. He became the 4th Indian captain to register a duck in Champions Trophy after Mohammad Azharuddin, Ganguly and Dhoni. However, he was once dismissed for a duck in 2006 ICC Under-19 World Cup against Pakistan.

656 runs scored between Dhawan and Rohit in Champions Trophy, the most by any pair. The duo went past Shivnarine Chanderpaul and Gayle s record of 635 runs.

112 times Dhoni reached 50 in international cricket, the joint 2nd-most by a wicketkeeper along with Gilchrist. Kumar Sangakkara holds the record with 140 fifty.

9 fifty partnerships in ICC tournaments by Dhawan and Rohit, the 2nd-most by any pair. The record is 14 between Gilchrist and Hayden. This was also 6th fifty-stand between them in Champions Trophy, the most by any pair. They went past Chanderpaul and Gayle s record of 5.

161 sixes for Dhoni across formats in international cricket away from home, most among Indians. He went past Ganguly s record of 159. Out of 161 Dhoni hit 7 sixes and Ganguly 1 for Asia XI.

1 pair to post consecutive century stands for opening wicket twice in Champions Trophy. Dhawan and Rohit had done this in 2013 as well.

24 wickets for Lasith Malinga in Champions Trophy, joint 2nd-most by any bowler along with Muttiah Muralitharan. Malinga is only 4 wickets away from equaling Kyle Mills record of 28.

321 runs scored by India, 2nd-highest total by them in Champions Trophy, 4th-highest overall and highest in this edition.

4 totals of 300 runs by India in Champions Trophy, the most by any team. England and South Africa held the record jointly before with 3.

5 consecutive score of 300 by India in ODIs, the joint 2nd-most by any team along with Sri Lanka. The record is 6, held by Australia.

95 times India have posted 300 in ODIs, the joint-most by any team along with Australia. South Africa are at second spot with 77.

150th ODI between India and Sri Lanka, the most between any teams. Pakistan and Sri Lanka have clashed 147 times.