2 Number of T20Is won by Zimbabwe against India. Before this two-run victory, they had defended 145 at this same venue in the second game of the two-match series last year. Zimbabwe have now achieved two consecutive T20I wins against India, after having lost their first three matches. This is their narrowest win in T20Is in terms of runs and the second narrowest loss for India.
170 Zimbabwe's total in this match - their highest against India in T20Is. In the four T20Is between the two teams before this game, Zimbabwe had never scored more than 150; their highest was 145 for 7 in Harare last year. The total of 170 is their second highest in a T20I at home. This was their tenth total of 170 or more in T20Is, of which eight have come outside Zimbabwe.
36 Runs scored by Zimbabwe in the last two overs of the innings - 21 in 19th over and 15 in the 20th - is the most they have scored in those overs of a T20I. Zimbabwe scored 59 runs in the last five overs - their third most in T20Is.
0 Number of times India had lost a wicket off the first ball of their innings, before this match. On Saturday, KL Rahul, making his debut, was bowled by Donald Tiripano off the first ball. Rahul became only the second Indian player to fall for a duck on T20I debut; the first being MS Dhoni in India'sinaugural T20I against South Africa in 2006.
5 Number of Zimbabwe batsmen who scored 20 or more in their innings - their joint most in a T20I and their third such instance in 52 matches. This was only the second such occasion against India; the first came in the 2007 World T20 in Durban when five England batsmen notched up 20-plus scores.
3 Number of quicker half-centuries by Zimbabwe batsmen in T20Is than Elton Chigumbura's 25-ball effort in this match. The fastest T20I fifty for Zimbabwe was recorded by Malcolm Waller in 20 balls against Bangladesh in Mirpur in 2015. There have been two fifties off 21 balls - by Chigumbura against UAE and Sean Williams against Afghanistan.
7 Sixes hit by Chigumbura during his unbeaten 26-ball 54, the most by a Zimbabwe batsman in a T20I. His seven sixes are also the joint most against India in T20Is. He was adjudged Man of the Match for his knock, his second such award in T20Is.
54* Chigumbura's score, which is the highest by a player batting at No. 7 or lower against India in T20Is. The previous highest was 36 by Albie Morkel in Durban in the 2007 World T20. Overall, this is the eighth time a batsman made a fifty at No. 7 or lower in T20Is.
4 Instances of both Indian opening bowlers conceding 40 or more runs in a T20I. Jaydev Unadkat and Rishi Dhawan, making their T20I debuts, conceded 43 and 42 runs respectively. Against Zimbabwe, there was only one such instance before this.