256 is the second-highest target successfully chased down by a side without losing a single wicket. The highest remains 279 by South Africa against Bangladesh in Kimberley in 2017
5 - This is only the fifth instance of India losing an ODI by ten wickets and the first such occurrence since 2005 when they lost to South Africa at the Eden Gardens. However, this is the first instance of India losing by ten wickets after scoring 200-plus in their first innings. The other instances came against New Zealand at the MCG in 1981, against West Indies in Bridgetown in 1997 and against South Africa in Sharjah in 2000.
2 Partnerships for Australia higher than the unbeaten 258-run stand between Warner and Finch, with the former involved in both of them. The southpaw put on 284 with Travis Head for the first wicket against Pakistan in Adelaidein 2017 and 260 with Steve Smith for the second wicket against Afghanistan in Perth in 2015.
258* - The unbeaten stand of 258 between David Warner and Aaron Finch is the highest partnership for any wicket against India in ODI cricket. The previous highest was 242 by Steve Smith and George Bailey for the third wicket at the WACA in 2016. Of the top five partnerships against India in ODIs, four have come from Australia.
80.68 - Average opening partnership for Australia against India in India in 17 innings since October 2013. In comparison, the other visiting sides average 29.76 in 38 innings among them with a highest of 98. All four century opening partnerships by visiting teams in India in this period have come from Australia.
5 Consecutive 50-plus partnerships by Warner and Finch against India - their last five stands read: 70, 231, 66, 61 and 258*. Saeed Anwar and Aamer Sohail put on 77, 96, 58, 84, 144 and 77 in six innings versus India between 1994 and 1996.
6 - This was the sixth instance of both openers scoring centuries against India in an ODI and the second Australian pair to do so after David Boon and Geoff Marsh in Jaipur in 1986. Warner and Finch are the first pair to do so in a run-chase and the pair went past the previous highest opening stand of 235 between Gary Kirsten and Herschelle Gibbs against India.
115 innings taken by Warner to 5,000 ODI runs, making him the fourth quickest to the milestone behind Hashim Amla (101 innings), Viv Richards (114) and Virat Kohli (114). The previous quickest Australian to the milestone was Dean Jones who took 128 innings to the landmark.