# For the first time, India have won three ODIs by eight wickets each (all in succession) in a single edition in the ICC Champions Trophy - one each vs West Indies, Pakistan and Sri Lanka.
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# India have won five successive games in the ICC Champions Trophy for the first time - by seven wickets vs West Indies at Johannesburg on September 30, 2009 followed by four in a row in the present competition. (Read match report)
# India have won their first game vs Sri Lanka in three encounters in the ICC Champions Trophy (NR 2).
# For the third time, India have qualified for the finals of the ICC Champions Trophy. (Highlights)
# India's tally of 14 wins is the most by any team in the ICC Champions Trophy (Lost six and No-result three out of 23 played). Their winning % of 70.00 is the highest by any team.
# India, under Mahendra Singh Dhoni's captaincy, have won five and lost one out of seven played in the ICC Champions Trophy - winning % 83.33 (NR 1). The success percentage enjoyed by Dhoni is the highest amongst the captains with at least four games in the ICC Champions Trophy. (Pics)
# Sri Lanka (181/8) have recorded their lowest total vs India in the ICC Champions Trophy.
# Shikhar Dhawan is the first batsman to manage 300 runs in the preent edition of the ICC Champions Trophy - 332 at an average of 110.66 in four matches, including two hundreds and a fifty. (Also read: No special plans for England, says Ishant Sharma)
# Dhawan's average of 110.66 is the highest by an Indian player in the ICC Champions Trophy.
# Dhawan has reached an average of fifty-plus in ODIs - 401 runs in nine matches, including two hundreds and two fifties, at an average of 50.12.
# Dhawan (68 off 92 balls) has recorded a match-winning fifty in his first appearance vs Sri Lanka in ODIs.
# In eight Indian victories, Dhawan is averaging 55.71 - his aggregate being 390, including two hundreds and two fifties.
# Under Dhoni's captaincy, Dhawan is averaging 83.00 - his tally being 332 in five matches, including two centuries and a fifty. (Can't figure out why we can't beat India, says Angelo Mathews)
# Dhawan and Rohit Sharma became the first pair to register four stands of 100-plus followed by two fifty-plus for the first wicket in the ICC Champions Trophy - all in succession.
# Dhawan-Sharma pair has averaged 90.75 for the opening wicket while aggregating 363 in four innings - the best average by any opening pair in the ICC Champions Trophy. Shivnarine Chanderpaul and Chris Gayle had averaged 90.71 while totalling 635 in nine innings, including two hundred-plus and three fifty-plus stands.
# Virat Kohli (58 not out of 64 balls) has posted his second fifty in seven matches in the ICC Champions Trophy.
# Kohli's 23rd fifty in ODIs is his eighth vs Sri Lanka.
# Umesh Yadav, for the first time in an ODI, has bowled two maiden overs.
# Kusal Perera is averaging 3.50 in the present competition (14 runs in four innings) - his sequence of scores being 0 vs New Zealand; 6 vs England; 4 vs Australia and 4 vs India.
# Kusal Perera's only fifty in ODIs is 56 vs Bangladesh at Pallekele on March 28, 2013.
# Kumar Sangakkara became the first player to have appeared in 300 ODIs as a wicketkeeper.
# Suresh Raina is the second Indian fielder to take three catches in an innings in the ICC Champions Trophy - the first being Yuvraj Singh - vs South Africa at Colombo (RPS) on September 25, 2002.
# Raina is the fourth Indian fielder to take three catches in an ODI in England, joining Kapil Dev (vs England - The Oval, 1986), Mohammad Azharuddin (vs England - The Oval 1986) and Bishan Singh Bedi (vs England - Leeds, 1974).
# Raina, with six catches in four matches, is the leading fielder in the present competition.
# Mahendra Singh Dhoni has bowled in an ODI for the second time. He had first bowled vs West Indies (2-0-14-1) at Johannesburg in the ICC Champions Trophy on September 30, 2009, capturing one wicket - his victim being Travis Dowlin. India had won the game by seven wickets.
# Kumar Sangakkara, with 222 runs at an average of 74.00 in four matches, is the top run-scorer for Sri Lanka in the present tournament. Only Shikhar Dhawan has managed more runs than Sangakkara.
# Sangakkara is the third wicketkeeper to complete 400 dismissals (318 catches + 82 stumpings) in ODIs, joining Adam Gilchrist (472) and Mark Boucher (424).
# Having amassed 10,355 runs (ave.40.76), Sangakkara is the first wicketkeeper to complete the double of 10,000 runs and 400 dismissals in 300 ODIs.
# Angelo Matthews (51 off 89 balls) has posted his second fifty in the ICC Champions Trophy - his highest is 52 off 73 balls vs England at Johannesburg on September 25, 2009.
# Matthews' first fifty in eight matches as captain is his 14th in ODIs - his third against India.
# Matthews is the second Sri Lankan captain after Sanath Jayasuriya (74 at Colombo RPS on September 29, 2002) to record a fifty vs India in the ICC Champions Trophy.
# Matthews' strike rate of 57.30 is his second slowest in an innings of fifty or more, next only to the 54.16 during his innings of 52 not out off 96 balls vs Zimbabwe at Dhaka on January 12, 2009.
# Ishant Sharma (3/33) has recorded his best bowling performance in six matches in the ICC Champions Trophy.
# Ishant has bagged 19 wickets in eleven matches at an average of 25.21 in ODIs in 2013.
# Ishant has received his third Man of the Match award in ODIs - his second vs Sri Lanka.
# Ravichandran Ashwin (3/48) has produced his best bowling performance in the ICC Champions Trophy.
# Jayawardene and Matthews were involved in a 78-run stand - Sri Lanka's highest fourth-wicket partnership vs India in the ICC Champions Trophy, bettering the 22 between Jayawardene and Sangakkara at Colombo RPS on September 29, 2002.
# Mahela Jayawardene's tally of 742 runs (ave.41.22) in 22 matches is the second highest in the ICC Champions Trophy, next only to Chris Gayle's 791 (ave.52.73) in 17 matches.
# Thisara Perera's first duck vs India is his third in ODIs.
# Thisara Perera, as a batsman, is averaging just 15.32 in ODIs - 521 runs in 58 matches, including a fifty - 69 not out off 44 balls vs South Africa at Kimberley on January 20, 2012.
# Jeevan Mendis is averaging 64.66 vs India in five ODIs - his aggregate being 194 in five innings (twice not out)
# Lasith Malina is averaging 42.47 as a bowler vs India (34 wickets in 29 matches) as against his overall ODI average of 26.37 in 143 matches (224 wickets).
# Ravindra Jadeja (10 at an average of 13.00) is the first Indian bowler to capture ten wickets in a single edition of the ICC Champions Trophy.