Zim 417 for 29, India 428/3

KL Rahul's ODI average stands at 196 after three innings ESPNcricinfo Ltd

14.37 Average runs scored per wicket by Zimbabwe in this series - their second worst in a bilateral ODI series. This was India's second best bilateral ODI series in terms of average runs conceded per wicket.

142.66 Average runs scored per wicket by India in this series - the best by any team playing two or more matches in a ODI series or tournament. India lost only three wickets for 428 runs; Zimbabwe's tally stood at 29 for 417.

4 Number of ODI series or tournament whitewashes for India under MS Dhoni. The previous three were: 5-0 at home against England in 2008-09 and 2011-12, and the ICC Champions Trophy in England in 2013.

107 Number of ODIs won by MS Dhoni as captain. He is the second most successful captain alongside Allan Border. Ricky Ponting tops the chart with 165 wins.

8.11 Average stand for the last five wickets for Zimbabwe in this series, their worst by a distance. Zimbabwe collapsed from 106 for 3 to 126 all out in the second match and from 104 for 3 to 123 in the third ODI.

3 Number of openers - KL Rahul, Karun Nair and Faiz Fazal - who made their debut for India in this series, the most for them in a series.

196 Rahul's average - 196 runs in three innings with two not outs - is the second highest by an India opener in a series. He made 33 and 63 not out after an unbeaten century on debut.

4 Number of India bowlers who have taken two four-wicket hauls in a bilateral ODI series; Jasprit Bumrah in this series is the fourth. Kris Srikkanth was the first in 1988, against New Zealand. Two other performances have come in recent times - Amit Mishra against Zimbabwe in 2013 and Mohammad Shami against West Indies in 2014.

2.32 Axar Patel's economy - the best by an India spinner bowling 15 or more overs in a bilateral ODI series . He conceded 64 runs in 27.3 overs.