Statistical highlights of the third day's play in the fifth and final cricket Test between India and England at The Oval here.
# India (94) have posted their sixth lowest total in a Test innings in England - their lowest is 42 at Lord's in 1974. Their previous lowest total at The Oval was 98 in 1952.
# James Anderson has captured 25 wickets at 20.60 runs apiece. For the first time, he has taken 25 wickets in a Test series, bettering his 24 wickets (ave.26.04) in fiveTests
against Australia in the Ashes Down Under in 2010-11.
# James Anderson has got his third 'Player of the Series' award - his second against India. He had first received the award against India in 2007.
# Chris Jordan (4/18) has recorded his best bowling figures in an innings as well as in a Test match (7/50).
# Bhuvneshwar Kumar has received his first 'Player of the series' award in Tests - his run-aggregate being 247 (ave.27.44) runs and 19 wickets (ave.26.63).
# Cheteshwar Pujara has so far averaged 20.14 in Tests in 2014 - his aggregate being 282 in 14 innings, including a fifty.
# Pujara, in the just concluded series, has averaged 22.20 - his tally being 222 in ten innings. The said average is the poorest by India's number three batsman in England in a Test series (minimum qualification: five innings). In the 2007 Test series against England in England, Rahul Dravid had averaged 25.20 - his tally being 126 in six innings.
# Root is the top run-scorer for England in Tests this year - his aggregate being 777 in eleven innings at an average of 97.12. His outstanding average is the highest by any batsman this year (minimum 200 runs).
# Root has been adjudged the Man of the Match for the third time in Tests, all at home - the first two were against Sri Lanka and Australia at Lord's this year.
# Broad's splendid 37 off 21 balls is his highest Test score as number ten batsman, bettering the 33 vs Australia at Lord's in 2013.
# Gautam Gambhir has produced his worst batting performance in a Test series when he has played atleast two Tests - his tally being 25 in four innings at an average of 6.25.
# India have recorded their third largest defeat in Tests - the largest being by an innings and 336 runs to the West Indies