35 – Number of balls taken by Rohit Sharma to score his century, which is the joint-fastest in T20Is. He equalled David Miller’s record – he had done the same against Bangladesh in October. The previous fastest T20I century among India batsmen was 46 balls by KL Rahul, against West Indies in Lauderhill last year.
2 – Number of faster centuries in all T20 cricket, than the one by Rohit in this game. The fastest came off 30 balls by Chris Gayle in IPL 2013. The previous quickest T20 century among India players was in 37 balls by Yusuf Pathan in IPL 2010.
5 – Number of batsmen to score two centuries in T20 Internationals, including Rohit. Gayle, Evin Lewis, Brendon McCullum and Colin Munro are the others to achieve this. Overall, this is Rohit’s fourth century in his T20 career, the joint-most among India players along with Virat Kohli. KL Rahul and Suresh Raina are the only India players to score centuries in T20Is previously, both with one each.
1- Number of bigger totals in T20Is than the 260 for 5 by India in this match. The highest is Australia’s 263 for 3 against Sri Lanka in Pallekele last year. India’s largest total before this was 244 for 4 against West Indies in a chase in Lauderhill last year.
0- Number of batsmen to reach their century quicker, in terms of team overs, in T20Is than Rohit got there in 2nd ball of 12th over. The previous quickest to get it were Richard Levi and Mohammad Shahzad in 13.2 overs.
10 – Sixes hit by Rohit in this innings – the most by an India batsman in a T20I innings. He eclipsed Yuvraj Singh, who had hit seven sixes against England in Durban in the 2007 World T20.
64 – Number of sixes by Rohit across all formats this year – the most by any batsman in a calendar year. He went past AB de Villiers’ 63 sixes in 2015.
110* – The previous highest score by an India batsman in T20Is, by Rahul against West Indies last year. Rohit went past that with 118 off 43 balls, which is the joint-eighth-highest overall in T20Is.
91.52 – Percentage of runs scored in boundaries by Rohit – 108 out of 118. This is the highest for any T20I innings of 30 or more balls. The previous highest was 88.52% by Paul Stirling against Canada in 2012, when he hit 54 out of 61 runs in boundaries.
207- Runs by India openers in this match – Rohit 118 and Rahul 89 – the most for any team in a T20I innings. Previous highest was 182 by Loots Bosman (94) and Graeme Smith (88) against England in Centurion in 2009.