England VS. India ODI Series Highlights
  • England's 110 in 25.2 overs is their second-shortest, completed innings in their ODI history in matches unaffected by rain. Their shortest is 146 against Pakistan at Melbourne in 1984-85, made in 146 balls.
  • Although the England innings saw their sixth occasion of four ducks, it was their first instance against India.
  • The innings also saw their fifth occasion against India of five players being dismissed bowled.
  • Jasprit Bumrah's 6 for 19 is the best bowling for India against England in an ODI innings, surpassing the 6 for 23 by Ashish Nehra at Durban during the 2003 World Cup.
  • Bumrah became the fourth player, and first from India, to dismiss four players in an innings bowled twice. The others are Waqar Younis (3), Shoaib Akhtar and Brett Lee.
  • India's 10-wicket victory is their first such against England in an ODI. They have had two instances of nine-wicket wins.
  • England's defeat is their sixth against all opposition by ten wickets.
  • The England innings saw the second occasion where four of their top six in the order recorded ducks. The other occasion was against Australia at Adelaide in 2017-18.
  • The innings also saw the fourth time of their first four in the order failing to reach double figures.
  • India's victory, made in just 112 balls, is their fastest against England in an uninterrupted ODI.
  • The match is the fourth-shortest (with a result) involving England in an uninterrupted ODI. The other three have all seen England wins with the shortest game lasting 217 balls against Sri Lanka at Old Trafford in 2014.

  • The match saw the eleventh-highest aggregate (392), and third involving England, in an ODI where there was no individual fifty. The highest in such circumstances (468) came between England and West Indies at Chennai during the 2011 World Cup.
  • Yuzvendra Chahal became the first bowler to take four wickets in an innings for India in an ODI at Lord's.
  • The Indian innings saw the seventeenth occasion of an Indian completed ODI innings having a top score of under 30. Their 146, in the same circumstances, is the joint fourth highest total.
  • Reece Topley's 6 for 24 is the best bowling for England in an ODI, surpassing Paul Collingwood's 6 for 31 against Bangladesh at Trent Bridge in 2005.
  • Topley's analysis is also the best at Lord's by any player, overtaking Shaheen Shah Afridi's 6 for 35 against Pakistan against Bangladesh in the 2019 World Cup.
  • The match was the first involving England where the result has been exactly 100 runs. It is the fifth such instance between all cricket nations.

  • Jos Buttler's 60 is the highest score by an England wicket-keeper/captain in an ODI against India.
  • It is also the highest score by a wicket-keeper/captain in an Old Trafford ODI. The previous best was Andy Flower's 28 for Zimbabwe against England in 2000.
  • For the first time in a three-match bi-lateral series, England only scored one individual fifty with no centuries. In 1976 against West Indies, they scored two fifties but no century.
  • Hardik Pandya's 4 for 24 is the best bowling at Old Trafford by an Indian bowler against England, beating Ajit Agarkar's 4 for 60 in 2007.
  • For the third time against England, seven different Indian fielders took a catch in the same ODI innings. The other occasions were at Indore in 2005-06 and at Trent Bridge in 2018.
  • For only the seventh time in their ODI history, England used eight (or more) bowlers in the same innings. It is the second time against India, and their last occasion was against West Indies at North Sound in 2013-14.
  • Rishabh Pant's unbeaten 125 is the highest score by an Indian wicket-keeper made in a successful chase against all opposition outside of India. M.S. Dhoni's unbeaten 101 against Bangladesh at Mirpur in 2009-10 was the previous highest.
  • The 133-run stand between Pant and Pandya is the highest for the fifth wicket for all countries at Old Trafford. The previous best was 114 between Jonny Bairstow and Sam Billings for England against Australia in 2020.
  • For only the second time in a three-match series, England lost all of their 30 wickets. The last occasion was in 2007 against West Indies.
  • For the first series in which he has played, Joe Root scored two ducks.
  • Pandya became the first player to score a fifty and take four wickets in the same ODI at Old Trafford. He is also only the second Indian player to achieve this feat against England, Yuvraj Singh being the only other one to do so.