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India - 212 runs, 20 wickets, 444 balls

Steven Smith scored his fifth consecutive Test hundred against India AFP

2012 Last time India lost a Test at home, to England in Kolkata. Since then, they were unbeaten for 20 Tests in which they won 17 and three were drawn. This defeat also ended their unbeaten run of 19 Tests since their loss in Galle in 2015.

7 Consecutive Tests lost by Australia in India before registering a win in Pune. Their last win here came in 2004 in Nagpur after which they lost seven and drew four in their next 11 Tests. Also, before this win they had nine consecutive losses in Asia - four in India, two in UAE and three in Sri Lanka.

333 Margin of defeat - India's second biggest in a home Test and fourth largest overall. Their biggest loss have also been against Australia, by 342 runs in Nagpur in 2004-05.

212 India's match aggregate - 105 in first innings and 107 in second innings - their lowest in a home Test losing all 20 wickets. Their previous lowest was 272 runs against the same oppositions at Eden Gardens in 1956-57. Overall, this was India's fourth-lowest match aggregate.

444 Balls faced by India in this whole Test - their third lowest in any Test when losing 20 wickets, and lowest at home. Their previous least balls faced in a home Test was at the Wankhede Stadium against Australia in 2004-05, which they had won.

12 for 70 Steve O'Keefe's match figures - the second best by a visiting bowler in India. Only Ian Botham's 13 for 106 at Wankhede in 1979-80 have been better. O'Keefe's figures are the best for Australia against India bettering Alan Davidson's 12 for 124 in Kanpur in 1959-60.

1993 Last instance of Australia spinners getting the oppositions all out, at Edgbaston - Shane Warne and Tim May picked five wickets each. In the fourth innings of this match, O'Keefe picked six and Nathan Lyon took four. This was the ninth such instance for Australia and fourth against India.

13 Single-digit dismissals for India batsmen in this match - their joint most against Australia. KL Rahul and Ajinkya Rahane were the only India players to get into double-digit scores in both innings.

1995 Last time a bowler took a more economical 12-wicket haul than O'Keefe's 12 for 70 - Courtney Walsh picked 13 for 55 in Wellington. Overall, O'Keefe's haul is the fifth-cheapest 12-for in Tests and second-most economical in the last 100 years.

13 Lbw dismissals in this match - the joint second most in a Test in India. In the match against New Zealand at Eden Gardens earlier in this season, there were 15 such dismissals, which is the most.

13 Runs scored by Virat Kohli in this match - the lowest for him in a home Test when batting in both innings. His previous lowest was 26 runs against England in Kolkata in 2012-13, which was India's last home defeat.

5 Centuries for Steven Smith in five consecutive Tests against India. Before the hundred in this match, he had also scored centuries in each of the four matches of the 2014-15 Border-Gavaskar Trophy in Australia. He became the eighth Australia captain to score a ton in India.