Statistical highlights of the fifth and final One Day International between India and England.
# Ravichandran Ashwin has captured 10 wickets at 20.20 runs apiece - his second best in an ODI series, next only to the 11 (ave.21.90) in five games against New Zealand in 2010-11.
# Ashwin (3/28) has recorded his second best bowling performance in ODIs - the best is 3 for 24 against New Zealand at Chennai on December 10, 2010.
# Craig Kieswetter has posted his fifth fifty in ODIs - his second against India.
# Kieswetter's excellent 63 is his highest against India, bettering the 51 at The Oval on September 9, 2011.
# Alistair Cook (60) has recorded his fourth fifty against India - his tenth in ODIs.
# As captain, Cook has averaged 47.25 - 756 in 18 matches, including one century and seven fifties.
# Dhoni is the first wicketkeeper to take 25 catches in India-England ODIs.Â His overall tally against England is 33 dismissals - 25 catches + eight stumpings.
# Dhoni has received his sixth Player of the series award in ODIs - his second such award against England in ODIs.Â
# Dhoni has managed 340 runs in six innings, which is a record for most runs against one country without being dismissed.Â His sequence of scores being 78 at Lord's, 50 at Cardiff, 87 at Uppal, 35 at Mohali, 15 at Mumbai and 75 at Kolkata - all against England.
# Dhoni (75 not out off 69 balls) has posted his 50th fifty-plus in ODIs - 7 centuries and 43 fifties.
# India (271/8) have posted their second highest total against England at Eden Gardens in ODIs - the highest being 281 for eight on January 19, 2002.
# Virat Kohli has recorded his fifth duck in ODIs - his first against England.
# Cook and Kieswetter have shared a stand of 129 for the first wicket - England's highest against India in ODIs in India.
# The above stand is the second highest for England for the first wicket against India - the highest being 133 between Chris Tavare and Barry Wood at Leeds on June 2, 1982.
# India's well-deserved 95-run win is their third highest in terms of runs over England in ODIs - the two highest being by 158 runs at Rajkot on November 14, 2008 and 126 runs at Uppal on October 14, 2011.
# England have been defeated in all three ODIs at Eden Gardens - two to India and one to Australia.
# India have won the series 5-0 - their second by such a margin against England in ODIs, the first being in 2008-09.Â Besides England, India had won by 5-0 against New Zealand in 2010-11.
# Dhoni is the first Indian player to remain unbeaten in all four innings in a a series/competition - 87 not out at Uppal; did not bat at Feroz Shah Kotla, New Delhi, 35 not out at PCA Stadium, Mohali, 15 not out at Wankhede Stadium, Mumbai and 75 not out at Eden Gardens, Kolkata
# Dhoni has recorded five fifties in his last seven innings against England.Â He is averaging 58.76 in ODIs in 2011, aggregating 764 runs in 24 matches, including six fifties.
# Dhoni's magnificent 75 is the highest individual innings by an Indian player against England at Eden Gardens.
# During the course of his brilliant knock, Dhoni has completed his 4,000 runs as captain in ODIs, aggregating 4020 at an average of 56.61 in 112 matches.
# Dhoni became the third Indian captain after Mohammad Azharuddin (5239) and Sourav Ganguly (5104) and the tenth in ODIs to complete 4,000 runs or more.Â
# The five leading batsmen in terms of aggregate in the recently concluded bilateral series are - Virat Kohli (270), Gautam Gambhir (213), Mahendra Singh Dhoni (212), Jonathan Trott (202) and Rahane (182).
# Ravindra Jadeja (4/33) has recorded his second four-wicket haul - his career-best is 4 for 32 against Sri Lanka at Cuttack on December 21, 2009.
# Jadeja has bagged 11 wickets at an average of 17.00 in the recently concluded series - the most by a bowler.
# Jadeja's excellent figures are the best by an Indian bowler against England at Eden Gardens.
# Jadeja has got his fourth MOM award in ODIs - his second against England.