Statistical highlights of the tri-series match between India and New Zealand at Dambulla on Wednesday.
# Kyle Mills (52) has registered his second highest innings against India - his best ever knock is 54 off 32 balls at Christchurch on March 8, 2009.
# Both Mills' fifties in ODIs are against India.
# Mills and Brendon McCullum are the only two New Zealanders to have posted fifties at number nine - two each by both batsmen. McCullum had recorded both his half-centuries at number nine against Australia.
# Suresh Raina (1) has registered his fourth failure in the present competition, amassing 36 runs at an average of 9. 00.
# Raina has not recorded a fifty in his last 13 innings.
# Virender Sehwag and Mahendra Singh Dhoni put on a fifth-wicket partnership of 107 - India's best against New Zealand, surpassing the 92 between Sandip Patil and Dilip Vengsarkar at Brisbane on January 18, 1981.
# India's victory by 105 runs is their largest in terms of runs over New Zealand at neutral venue.
# New Zealand (118) have posted their lowest total against India in ODIs, bettering the 126 at Brabourne Stadium, Mumbai on November 29, 1995.
# With his brilliant 110 off 93 balls, Sehwag has established an Indian record for most centuries (six) against New Zealand, overtaking Sachin Tendulkar's tally of five hundreds.
# Sehwag and Ricky Ponting now jointly share a record for most centuries (six) against New Zealand in ODIs.
# Of his 13 ODI hundreds, twelve have resulted in victories for Sehwag.
# Sehwag is now the fourth batsman to register 1000 fours or more in Tests as well as ODIs, joining Sachin Tendulkar, Ricky Ponting and Brian Lara.
# Sehwag has amassed 5018 for winning cause at an average of 46.03 in 118 matches, including 12 centuries and 27 fifties.
# Sehwag has got his 21st Man of the Match award - his sixth against New Zealand.
# Gareth Hopkins, with four catches, has recorded his best performance against India. Hopkins' best performance is against Ireland at Aberdeen on July 1, 2008 - five catches.
# Hopkins' aforesaid feat is the best by a New Zealand wicketkeeper against India on foreign soil.
# Nathan McCullum (3 for 35) has recorded his career-best bowling performance.
# Tim Southee (4 for 49) has registered his best bowling performance against India - his third four-wicket haul.
# Praveen Kumar (3 for 34) has produced his best bowling performance against New Zealand.
# Munaf Patel (3 for 21) has recorded his best bowling performance away from home.