Statistical highlights of the fifth day’s play of the fourth Test between India and England here.
# India’s win by an innings and 36 runs at Mumbai are their biggest over England in Tests at home.
# India’s other three wins by an innings are — innings & 22 runs at Chennai in 1992-93, innings & 15 runs at Mumbai in 1992-93 and innings & eight runs at Chennai in 1951-52.
# For the second time, India has won three Tests in a row vs England Visakhapatnam, Mohali and Mumbai. The first time was under Mohammad Azharuddin’s captaincy in 1992-93 –Kolkata, Chennai and Mumbai.
# India has won 8 Tests out of 11 played (3 draws) this year, equalled their previous record of most wins in the calendar year 8 wins, 3 losses and 3 draws out of 14 played in 2010.
# For the third time, a team has lost by an innings after making 400 or more in the first innings of a Test match. The first team to earn this dubious distinction was England, who lost by an innings & 39 runs to Australia at The Oval in 1930, Sri Lanka had lost by an innings & 14 runs to England at Cardiff in May 2011 and now England have lost by an innings & 36 runs to India at the Wankhede Stadium in December 2016.