1. Virat Kohli scored the fastest (52) and third-fastest (61) hundred by an Indian batsman,

Fastest Century by an Indian.

2. Rohit Sharma (491) and George Bailey (478) scored the highest and second-highest runs ever

in a bilateral ODI series, Most runs by a batsman in a series.

3. India scored 115 runs in the last 6 overs of their innings in the 7th ODI,

the most ever in the last 6 overs of an ODI between Test-playing nations in the last decade,

Most runs in last 6 overs.

4. Rohit Sharma hit the most number of sixes in an innings (16) during his knock of 209.

The previous best was 15 by Shane Watson in his innings of 185 not out against Bangladesh in 2011,

Most sixes in an innings.

5. Rohit Sharma (209) became the 3rd batsman and 3rd Indian to score a double century in ODI cricket.

It is the 2nd highest individual score after Virender Sehwag's 219.

Rohit's double century is also the slowest (156 balls) - Sehwag scored 200 in 140 balls,

while Sachin Tendulkar brought up his double in 147, 200 in ODI's.

6. India have chased 300+ totals the most number of times (15).

Their twin chases of 360 and 351 in this series also makes them the first team to chase a 350+ target twice.

South Africa have done it once, while New Zealand made 350/9 in a successful chase in 2007, Most 300+ chases.

7. Overall, 107 sixes were hit in this series, the most ever in a bilateral series,

easily overshadowing the previous record of 62 sixes (NZ vs WI, 2012), Most sixes in a bilateral series.

8. Australia are the only team in ODIs to have lost while defending a total of 350 or more.

They have failed to defend it 3 times now, Most defeats after scoring 350+

9. 38 sixes were hit in the 7th ODI, a world record.

The previous best was 32 in the India-New Zealand ODI in Christchurch in 2009, Most sixes in a match.

10). Rohit Sharma and Shikhar Dhawan made 3 century partnerships in this series,

taking their overall tally of hundred-run partnerships to 6 in 2013, a world record.

No other opening pair has made 6 century partnerships in a single year yet,

Most century stands by an opening pair in a year.

11. Most Runs in a bilateral series, 3755 runs were scored in this series,

another world record for a bilateral ODI series.

The previous best of 3640 runs was scored in the India vs England series in 2007

12. Most 300+ totals in series, The 300-run mark was crossed 9 times in this series.

The previous best was 6, when India hosted Sri Lanka in 2009/10.

Five 350+ scores in this series is also a world record.

13. Highest average in ODIs, George Bailey averages 54.96 after 33 innings in ODIs.

His average is the all-time highest amongst all batsmen in Test playing nations,

followed by Hashim Amla's average of 54.85 in 73 innings.

Ryan ten Doeschate of Netherlands averages 67 in 32 innings.

14. Fastest hundred by an Australian, James Faulkner's 57-ball hundred is the fastest by an Australia,

beating the previous record of 66 balls by Matthew Hayden.

It was also the 2nd fastest ODI century against India, behind Shahid Afridi's 45-ball hundred.

15. 2nd fastest half-century, Glenn Maxwell scored the joint 2nd fastest and half-century in ODI cricket.

His 18-ball 50 makes him joint second in a list headed by Sanath Jayasuriya (17).

Shahid Afridi has hit an 18-ball half-century twice.

16. Most runs conceded by a bowler, Vinay Kumar became the first Indian and 5th bowler overall to leak 100 runs

in an ODI with his figures of 9-0-102-1 in the last match. Mick Lewis heads the list with 116 runs in that 434-438 game,

followed by Martin Snedden (105 in 12 overs), Tim Southee (105) and Brian Vitori (105).