Virat, who came to the crease after Pant's departure, made a record in the sixth over off Hayden Walsh in the 14th over. He became the first cricketer from India to complete 1000 T20 International runs in India.2633 - Both Rohit Sharma and Virat Kohli finished at the joint top spot on the all-time T20I runs chart after their final innings of the year in the shortest format. The two batsmen now have 2633 runs each, though Kohli (75) has reached there in fewer innings than Rohit (104).
404 - With his 1st six on Wednesday, Rohit Sharma joined an elite list of players to hit 400+ sixes in all international matches (Tests, ODIs and T20Is). Chris Gayle (534) and Shahid Afridi (476) are the only other players to have crossed the milestone.
240/3 - 3rd highest total for India in all T20Is. 260/5 vs Sri Lanka in Indore (2017) and 244/4 vs West Indies in Lauderhill (2016) are the only higher totals by India in T20Is.
New Zealand's Colin Munro and Martin Guptill had achieved the feat of completing 1000 T20 International runs in a country. In New Zealand, Guptill has 1430 and Munro has 1000 T20 International runs.
21 - Virat Kohli took just 21 balls to reach 50 in Mumbai making it his fastest fifty of his career. It was also the 5th fastest half-century by an Indian with Yuvraj Singh's 12-ball-50 vs England in 2007 World T20 still the quickest.
1064 - Virat Kohli has now joined Martin Guptill (1430) and Colin Munro (1000) as the only batsmen to have scored 1000+ runs in T20Is at home. From India's perspective, Rohit Sharma (928) could be the next batsman to join this exclusive list.