2- Number of bigger T20I totals for India, than their 240 for 3 at Wankhede. It is also the highest total in T20Is at Wankhede Stadium, going past England's 230 against South Africa in the 2016 World T20.
1- The trio of Rohit Sharma (71), KL Rahul (91) and Virat Kohli (70*) produced the first instance of three batsmen making 70-plus scores in a T20I Innings. In fact, this is the first such instance in all T20 matches.
21- Balls taken by Kohli to complete his fifty, which is his fastest in T20Is and the fifth-fastest by an India batsman. The four quicker fifties by India batsmen have been by Yuvraj Singh (three of them) and Gautam Gambhir.
404- Sixes for Rohit in his international career. He became just the third batsman after Chris Gayle (534) and Shahid Afridi (476) to complete 400 sixes across the three international formats. Interestingly, 361 of those 404 sixes have come since the start of 2013. He has hit 130 more sixes than the second on the list of most sixes since 2013.
285- Runs by KL Rahul in his last three T20 innings at Wankhede. Before falling for 91 in this match, he had made 94 and 100 not out in IPL 2018 and 2019. This was the second time he got out in the nineties in his T20 career.
85.28- Kohli's average at Wankhede in T20s. He has made 597 runs in 13 innings with five fifties and six not outs. In the last T20I there, he had scored unbeaten 89 against West Indies in 2016 World T20 semi-final.