8 - Centuries by Rohit Sharma in just 40 innings against Australia. Sachin Tendulkar is the only batsman to have hit more: nine in 70 innings. Virat Kohli too has eight centuries against Australia, in 38 innings. Overall, apart from Sharma, Tendulkar and Kohli are the only batmsen to hit eight or more hundreds against any opposition in this format. Kohli has hit nine hundreds against West Indies and eight against Sri Lanka, Tendulkar hit eight against Sri Lanka.
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29 - Centuries by Sharma in ODIs. His 119 in this match took him past Sanath Jayasuriya to No. 4 in the list of batsman with most ODI hundreds. Ricky Ponting with 30 centuries is immediately ahead of him. Tendulkar (49) and Kohli (43) are the top-two batsmen in this list. Sharma has hit 19 of his 29 hundreds since the beginning of 2017 in just 70 innings - a conversion rate of 3.7 innings per hundred, which is better than any other batsman with five or more hundreds during this period. He had ten centuries from 147 innings in ODIs before 2017.
707 - Runs scored by Sharma in deciders of bilateral ODI series - the most by any batsman in the format. The 137 in this match was Sharma's third century in bilateral series deciders. The double-hundred Sharma hit against Australia in 2013 at the same venue had also come in the final match with the series tied 2-2. Sharma averages 58.9 from 12 innings in bilateral series deciders. He passed AB de Villiers - 630 runs at an average of 63 - as the most prolific batsman in such matches.
100 - Number of fifty-plus scores by Kohli in ODIs. He is only the fifth batsman to hit as many. Tendulkar leads this list with 145 fifty-plus scores. Kumar Sangakkara, Ponting and Jacques Kallis are the other batsmen ahead of Kohli.
11 - Century stands between Sharma and Kohli in ODI chases - the second-highest by any pair in the format. Sourav Ganguly and Tendulkar lead this list with 17 century stands in 91 innings together. Sharma and Kohli passed the Australia duo of Adam Gilchrist and Matthew Hayden, who had ten century stands in 52 innings.
4878 - Partnership runs between Sharma and Kohli in ODIs - the second-highest by any India pair. They beat the pair of Sharma and Shikhar Dhawan - 4847 - during this innings. Tendulkar and Ganguly lead this list with 8227 runs for India in 176 innings together.
0 - Captains quicker than Kohli to 5000 ODI runs. The India captain has taken just 89 innings to achieve this milestone. Before Kohli, MS Dhoni was the quickest, achieving it in 127 innings. Ponting (131 innings) completes the top three of an elite list of just eight captains who have 5000-plus runs in ODIs.
5-6 - India's win-loss record in bilateral ODI series involving three or more matches against Australia. Three of those wins, including this one, have come in the last four series under Kohli's captaincy. Australia dominated the bilateral contests between the two teams before that with a 5-2 scoreline.