1 - This is the first time India declared a Test innings at Lord's. India have played 19 Tests at this ground, the most at a ground outside home.
200 – Ishant Sharma picked up three wickets in the first innings of this Test match. In the process, he reached 200 wickets in away Test matches.
4 - Ishant Sharma is the fourth Indian bowler to complete 200 wickets in away games in Test cricket after Anil Kumble, Kapil Dev and Zaheer Khan.
1 - Unbeaten partnership of 89 runs between Mohammed Shami and Jasprit Bumrah is the second-highest partnership for India against England for the ninth wicket. Ravi Shastri and Madan Lal had added 104 runs for the ninth wicket against England in December 1981.
100 - English off-spinner Moeen Ali completed 100 wickets at home while taking two wickets in the third innings of the match.
7 - Moeen Ali is the sixth English spinner to take 100 wickets at home in Test cricket after Derek Underwood, Jim Laker, Graeme Swann, Tony Lock and Ray Illingworth.
1 - Moeen Ali has the best strike rate (52.1) at home among English spinners, who bagged 100 wickets at home.
2 - The 100-run partnership for the fourth wicket for India in their second innings of this Test between Cheteshwar Pujara and Ajinkya Rahane came off 297 balls. This is the slowest century partnership for India in the last 20 years for any wicket coming as it did at a run rate of 2.02.
13 - Spearhead of Indian pace attack Jasprit Bumrah bowled 13 no-balls in the second innings of this Test match which is a new Indian record. The previous record was held by pacer Ishant Sharma who bowled 10 no-balls against Australia at Mohali in 2010.
56* - Indian speedster Mohammed Shami registered his highest test score, unbeaten 56 runs in the third innings of this test match.
1 - This is first-time Jasprit Burmah’s Test runs (105) crossed his number of wickets (92) in Test cricket. This feat was achieved when he scored 34 runs in the third innings of the match.
49 - Skipper Virat Kohli now has played 49 international innings without a century. His previous biggest century-less streak was 25 international innings between February 2014 to October 2015.
4 - Virat Kohli became the fourth successful captain in Test cricket with 37 wins in the 63 Test matches that he has led his side. He surpassed the record of former West Indies skipper Clive Lloyd, who won 36 Test matches in his captaincy. Only Graeme Smith (53), Ricky Ponting (48) and Steve Waugh (41) have more Test wins under their captaincy than Virat Kohli now.
3 - Virat Kohli is the only the third Indian captain who won a Test match at Lord’s. Former captains Kapil Dev (1986) and MS Dhoni (2012) also won one Test match each at the same venue in their captaincy.
1 - Sam Curran was dismissed on duck in both innings of the Test match. Sam Curran registered King Pair for the first time in his Test career.
5 - Sam Curran is the fifth Test player to register King Pair against India. Before Curran, Gary Troup (New Zealand), Adam Gilchrist (Australia), Javed Omar (Bangladesh), James Anderson (England) registered this miserable record against India.
4 - Sam Curran became the only fourth English player who recorded a King Pair in Test cricket after Willam Attwell, Ernest Hayes and James Anderson.
2 - Both English openers, Rory Burns and Dominic Sibley, were dismissed on duck in the last innings of this match. This is the first time both England openers have recorded ducks in the same innings against India.
8/126 - Indian speedster Mohammed Siraj recorded match figures of 8 for 126, which are the best figures for any Indian bowler at Lord’s. The previous Indian record was 8 for 168 by Kapil Dev in 1982.
2 - As Indian pacers picked up 19 wickets in this Test match, this is only for the second time in their Test cricket history that spinners haven't taken a wicket for India in consecutive Tests. The first time it happened was against Pakistan in Karachi and Faisalabad in 1989/90.
3 - India won a total of three matches at Lord’s in Test cricket. India has won more Test matches than at Lord’s in only one away venue, i.e., Melbourne (4).
5 - By taking the wicket of Joe Root in the last innings of this Test match, Jasprit Bumrah dismissed Joe Root five times in Test cricket which is the joint record as only Pat Cummins was dismissed five times by Bumrah in Test cricket.
19 - Indian pacers took 19 wickets of England in this Test match. Only twice have Indian pacers bagged more wickets in a Test match. Indian seamers scalped all 20 wickets at Johannesberg against Proteas in 2018 and at Trent Bridge in the first Test match of this series.
1 - English skipper Joe Root’s magnificent knock of unbeaten 180 runs in the first innings went in vain as India won this Test match. This is the first Test century of Joe Root which ended in a defeat after the first 21 Test centuries resulted in wins. The world record for the most centuries without one in losing cause is held by former Proteas skipper Graeme Smith, with 27 centuries.
6 - Unbeaten knock of 180 runs by Joe Root is the sixth-highest individual score for England in a Test defeat.
4 - Unbeaten knock of 180 runs by Joe Root is also the fourth-highest individual score by a captain to end up in defeat. Only Brian Lara (202), Steve Waugh (199), Marcus Trescothick (193) registered higher scores than Root in a Test defeat as captain.
1 - Virat Kolhi won the most number of away Test matches (6) despite losing the toss among Indian captains. He surpassed the record of Sourav Ganguly who won 5 away Test matches despite losing the toss.
7 - English batsmen recorded 7 ducks in this Test match which is an English record; also it is the joint-most for any team in the world.
5 - England became only the fifth team to register 7 ducks in a Test match. Australian batsmen registered this record thrice while Proteas batsmen also suffered such a measly record once.
India will now play England in the third Test match of the ongoing five-Test series at Leeds between August 25-29.