Statistical highlights at the end of the fifth and final day of the second Test between India and Australia in Bangalore, on Wednesday.
# The magnificent victory in the Bangalore Test is India's 20th against Australia in 78 Tests (Lost 34, Drawn 23 and Tied 1) -- success rate 25.64 per cent.
# India won all the Tests in a series for the first time against Australia -- their third instance overall, excluding Zimbabwe and Bangladesh.
# After 28 years, Australia lost all the Tests in a series -- the previous instance being against Pakistan in Pakistan in 1982. (all three Tests).
# Australia lost three Tests in a row -- by 3 wickets to Pakistan at Leeds, followed by one wicket at Mohali and by seven wickets at Bangalore -- both to India. The last instance when they lost three successive Tests, was in 1988 -- 22 years ago to the West Indies in Australia.
# India registered a victory at the M Chinnaswamy stadium, Bangalore, after 15 years. The last one at the venue was by eight wickets, against New Zealand in 1995.
# India's triumph is their first in five Tests against Australia at Bangalore. This is their fifth victory in 19 Tests at the M Chinnaswamy Stadium, Bangalore (Lost six and drawn eight).
# Mahendra Singh Dhoni became the first Indian captain to register a success rate of 100 per cent against Australia, winning all four.
# Dhoni's success of 66.66 per cent is the best amongst Indian captains with at least 10 Tests -- won 12, lost two and drawn 4, out of 18 played.
# India have recorded series wins six times under Dhoni's captaincy.
# Sachin Tendulkar's runs tally in the Bangalore Test is his best on Indian soil -- 267 (214 + 53 not out)
# Tendulkar, for the second time, recorded a double hundred and a half-century in the same Test match, registering the feats both times against Australia.
# Tendulkar's match-winning knock (214) in the Bangalore Test is his 20th for a winning cause. He is the first Indian player and the fifth in Test cricket to accomplish the feat.
# With 12 wickets at 21.83 runs a piece (strike rate 38.0), Zaheer Khan is the leading wicket-taker in the series.
# Pragyan Ojha (3/57) has produced his best bowling figures against Australia. These are his best figures in India.
# Ojha's superb Test figures of 6 for 177 (3/120 + 3/57) are his best on Indian soil and against Australia.
# Sachin Tendulkar justifiably won the Player-of-the-Series award -- his fifth, emulating Virender Sehwag's Indian record.
# Tendulkar was Man-of-the-Match 14 times - the most by an Indian in Tests.
# Cheteshwar Pujara (72 off 89 balls) registered his first half-century in Tests.
# Pujara's brilliant knock is the second best by an Indian debutant in the fourth innings of a Test. Abbas Ali Baig's brilliant 112 against England at Old Trafford, Manchester, in 1959 is the highest ever.
# Mahendra Singh Dhoni (2602 runs + 150 dismissals in 48 Tests) is now the second Indian wicketkeeper to complete the double of 2500 runs and 150 dismissals.
# Syed Kirmani (2759 runs + 198 dismissals in 88 Tests) was the first to achieve the distinction for India.
# India, for the first time, have won two consecutive Test series against Australia -- 2-0 in 2008-09 and 2-0 in 2010-11 (excluding one-off Tests).
# India became the first team to chase a total of 200 successfully in the fourth innings at Bangalore, bettering the 195 for four by Australia in March 1998.
# Ricky Ponting is yet to post a win against India in India, losing five out of seven Tests played.
# Tendulkar is the leading run-scorer in the series 403 runs at an average of 134.33, including one century and two fifties -- his first instance of amassing 400 runs in a two-Test series.
# Tendulkar has registered his 13th fifty against Australia - his 58th in Test cricket.