Here are the statistical highlights from the 1st ODI between India and West Indies:
# India have won with 88 balls to spare - their biggest in terms of balls remaining vs West Indies in ODIs on Indian soil.
# India have won six and lost two out of eight contested at Nehru Stadium, Kochi in ODIs.
# India have won 49 and lost 58 out of 110 ODIs played vs West Indies (Tied 1 and NR 2) - winning % 45.83.
# Suresh Raina (3/34) has produced his best bowling performance in ODIs, eclipsing the 2 for 17 vs West Indies at Indore on December 8, 2011.
# Gayle's fifth duck vs India is his 22nd in ODIs. Since posting 109 vs Sri Lanka at Kingston on June 28, 2013, Gayle is without a fifty in nine innings.
# Darren Bravo (59 off 77 balls) has recorded his 13th fifty in ODIs - his fourth vs India.
# Darren Bravo has managed 673 runs at an average of 35.42 in 21 matches. His tally includes one hundred and six fifties.
# Bravo's aforesaid aggregate is the highest by a West Indian player in ODIs in 2013.
# Ravindra Jadeja took his tally to 49 at an average of 22.22 in 29 matches - the most by a bowler in ODIs this year, eclipsing Saeed Ajmal's tally of 48 wickets at an average of 19.77 in 25 matches.
# Jadeja's aforesaid aggregate is his best bowling performance in a calendar year in ODIs.
# Rohit Sharma has been a consistent performer in ODIs this year. His aggregate of 1143 at an average of 60.15 in 23 matches is the highest by any batsman in ODIs this year.
# The top run-scorers in ODIs in 2013 are - Rohit Sharma (1143), Virat Kohli (1119), Misbah-ul-Haq (1119), George Bailey (1098) and Kumar Sangakkara (1033).
# Rohit's 72 off 81 balls is his 20th fifty in ODIs - his ninth vs West Indies.
# Rohit's average of 62.07 vs West Indies is the highest in India-West Indies ODIs - his aggregate being 807 in seventeen innings. (Virat Kohli's average of 59.05 is the next highest)
# Rohit has managed five successive fifty-plus scores in international cricket - 79 and 209 vs Australia in ODIs; 177 and 111 not out vs West Indies in Tests and 72 vs West Indies in ODIs.
# Rohit's aggregate of 648 in five international innings at an average of 162.00, including three centuries and two fifties, is an exceptional feat.
# Rohit and Virat were involved in a second-wicket stand of 133 - India's second highest for this wicket-position against the West Indies, next only to the 140 between Virender Sehwag and Suresh Raina at Indore on December 8, 2011.
# Virat Kohli, with his feat of reaching 5,000 runs in 114 innings, has equalled Vivian Richards' record. Both now share a record for managing 5000 runs in least number of innings.
# Kohli's 86 off 84 balls is his 27th fifty in ODIs - his sixth vs West Indies.
# Kohli is averaging 68.98 in a winning cause in ODIs - his aggregate being 3794 in 75 matches, including 16 hundreds and 16 fifties.
# Kohli's average of 65.54 in chases is the highest in ODIs (minimum qualification: 3000 runs).
# Kohli, at 25 years 16 days, became the second youngest player to achieve the feat of reaching 5000 runs behind the 23 years 294 days taken by Sachin Tendulkar.
# Kohli has received his fifth Man of the Match award vs West Indies - his 17th in ODIs.
# Since his debut, the aforesaid tally is the highest earned by any player in ODIs, followed by 16 by Tillakaratne Dilshan and 13 by Shahid Afrid.
# Kohli's tally of five MOM awards is the highest this year in ODIs. He has received five such awards for the first time in a calendar year.
# In last ten innings vs India in India, the first wicket for the West Indies has produced 85 runs at an average of 8.50 - the highest being 34 between Edwards and Smith at Chennai on March 20, 2011.