Virat Kohli © Getty Images
Virat Kohli became the youngest as well as the fastest batsman to reach 25 ODI centuries © Getty Images

# Virat Kohli took 162 innings to race to his 25 centuries — the least number of innings for this milestone, surpassing the 234 innings taken by Sachin Tendulkar. He became the fifth batsman to register 25 centuries or more in ODIs, joining Sachin Tendulkar (49), Ricky Ponting (30), Sanath Jayasuriya (28) and Kumar Sangakkara (25). Moreover, Kohli is the third visiting batsman to hit nine centuries across all formats in Australia (five in Tests and four in ODIs), joining David Gower and Jack Hobbs. FULL CRICKET SCORECARD: India vs Australia, 4th ODI at Canberra

# Kohli’s tally of 15 centuries while chasing is the second highest next only to the 17 by Tendulkar.

# Kohli has recorded four centuries in ODIs in Australia, sharing an Indian record with Rohit Sharma.

# For the third time in ODIs, a team has lost a match while chasing with the help of two centuries – the first two instances being India vs Sri Lanka at Colombo, RPS on August 17, 1997 and Zimbabwe vs India at Adelaide on January 24, 2004. READ: India must look to the past in order to secure their future after shocking loss to Australia in 4th ODI at Canberra

# Kane Richardson (5 for 68) has recorded his best bowling figures in ODIs, eclipsing the 2 for 36 vs Pakistan at Abu Dhabi on October 12, 2014.

# Three centuries have been recorded in an ODI for the first time at Canberra.

# Richardson became the first bowler to capture five wickets in an innings at Manuka Oval, Canberra, eclipsing the 4 for 21 by Kyle Abbott (South Africa) vs Ireland on March 3, 2015. He deservingly got his first Man of the Match award in ODIs.

# A side has been dismissed in an ODI for the second time despite losing their second wicket after registering 250. India (323) lost their second wicket at 277 at Canberra against Australia. READ: Kane Richardson’s fifer to outplay India in 4th ODI at Canberra manifests Australia’s ‘never-say-die’ attitude

# The first team to do so the above feat was also India – vs South Africa at Nagpur in the 2011 World Cup on March 12, 2011. India were all out for 296, losing their second wicket at 267.

# Kohli became the second Indian batsman to record four consecutive innings of 50-plus vs Australia in ODIs in Australia – 91 at Perth, 59 at Brisbane, 117 at Melbourne and 106 at Canberra. Sunil Gavaskar had scored 59 at Melbourne, 92 not out at Sydney, 77 at Adelaide and 72 at Melbourne – all four innings in January 1986.

# Ishant Sharma (4 for 77) is the first Indian bowler to take four wickets in an innings at this venue. Ishant’s figures are his second best vs Australia in ODIs behind the 4 for 38 at Melbourne on February 10, 2008.

# Sharma conceded 77 runs – the most runs by an Indian bowler in an ODI in Australia, surpassing Debasis Mohanty (10-0-76-2) vs Pakistan at Hobart on January 21, 2000. Irfan Pathan had conceded 75 runs while capturing two wickets vs Australia at Sydney on February 8, 2004.