First innings defeat under Kohli's captaincy

1 - This was the first time that India have lost a Test match by an innings under Virat Kohli. It was in England again that they were last beaten by an innings - The Oval in 2014 - although never in the past 44 years have they fared so poorly at Lord's. Meanwhile, for England, it was their first innings victory at Lord's since the 2010 Test against Pakistan.

1023 - Balls bowled in this Test, making it the third-shortest among all completed matches in England over the last 100 years. It is the second-shortest Test at Lord's, and the shortest since 1888.

494 - Balls faced by India in this Test. Only four times have they faced fewer than that while losing all 20 wickets.

4.77 - Ratio of India's bowling average to their batting average in this Test, which puts it among their ten worst defeats in history. They conceded runs at 56.57 per wicket while scoring just 11.85 per wicket. The last time they had a poorer was in 2011-12, during the SCG Test.

33 - The highest score for India in this Test, by R Ashwin in the second innings. There have been only three Tests where the top score was lower.

1952 - The last time an England bowler returned better match figures than James Anderson's 9 for 43 in a home Test against India. That was Fred Trueman when he took 9 for 40 at Old Trafford in 1952. India lasted only 349 deliveries in that Test. Anderson also became the highest wicket-taker (99) in India-England Tests going past Bhagwath Chandrasekhar's tally of 95.

153.50 - India's average total in England over their last four Tests. They have passed 200 only once and have been bowled out five times in under 50 overs. Since 2014, India's average runs per wicket of 23.17 in England is the worst among all visiting teams.

6 - India openers to bag a pair in Tests. M Vijay was the unfortunate batsman in this Test, following on from his partner Shikhar Dhawan, who scored nothing in the Mohali Test against South Africa in 2015. Vijay is also the sixth opener to get two ducks in a Lord's Test and first since Saleem Elahi in 2001. Kuldeep Yadav also bagged a pair in this Test, which makes it the fourth instance of two India players not opening their accounts.

1996 - The last time India's top-three batsmen combined for fewer runs in a Test. Vijay, KL Rahul and Cheteshwar Pujara made 36 at Lord's. Vikram Rathour, WV Raman and Sourav Ganguly made 26 runs in Durban.

9.83 - The combined average of India's No. 1, 2 and 3 on this tour - their worst in any series of two or more Tests, eclipsing the 13.91 set on a tour of New Zealand in 2002-03. In 12 innings between them at Edgbaston and Lord's, India's top three have added just 118 runs with highest score of 26. On the recent South Africa tour, they averaged just above 15, whereas in the two series against Sri Lanka at home and away last year, they managed averages of 75.16 and 54.66 respectively.