Some of the statistical highlights from the recently concluded England vs India Test Series

94– India have posted their sixth lowest innings total in England.

22.20Cheteshwar Pujara’s average is the poorest by an Indian number three in a Test series in England. (Minimum qualification: five innings)

777 – Runs scored by Joe Root in 2014, the most by any English batsmen. His average of 97.50 is highest among the batsmen with a minimum of 200 runs.

Innings and 244 runs – India have recorded their third largest defeat in Test Matches. The largest being by an innings and 336 runs to the West Indies at Eden Gardens, Kolkata in 1958-59.

Innings and 244 runs– India’s largest defeat under the captaincy of MS Dhoni.

518– Runs scored by Joe Root with an average of 103.60 in this series, the highest in either sides.

25– Wickets taken by Jimmy Anderson in this series. First time he has crossed 25 wickets in a series.

66/6– India have been in this score line for four consecutive innings in this series.

India have created a dubious record of losing five consecutive overseas Test series. (England 2011, Australia 2011-12, South Africa 2013-14, New Zealand in 2014 and England 2014.

Zero– Number of fifties Kohli has managed to score in ten consecutive innings.

3/72R Ashwin’s best figures in a test innings away from home