The oldest Australian in a World Cup final
547 Runs scored by Martin Guptill in the 2015 World Cup, the most by any batsman in the tournament. He is the only New Zealand batsmen to score 500-plus runs in a single World Cup. Scott Styris scored 499 runs in the 2007 edition.
0 Runs scored by Brendon McCullum in this match, the lowest by any captain in a World Cup final. No other captain has scored a duck in a World Cup final, with the previous lowest being Clive Lloyd's 8 against India in the 1983 final.
1 New Zealand's opening partnership, their lowest this World Cup. New Zealand's opening pair averaged 56.5 in the World Cup prior to the final.
400 The final was the 400th World Cup game. In all, there have been 3646 ODIs, so World Cup matches account for 11% of all ODIs.
1 Number of individuals who have played in a World Cup final and also umpired in one; Kumar Dharmasena is the only such man. He played in the 1996 final and officiated as an on-field umpire in the 2015 edition.
37 Brad Haddin's age (37 years, 157 days), making him the oldest Australia player to feature in a World Cup final. The previous oldest Australian was Glenn McGgrath (37 years, 78 days) when he played the 2007 final. The oldest man to play in a World Cup final is Rohan Kanhai (39 years, 177 days), in 1975.
6 Number of players who have made 50-plus scores in the semi-final and final of the same World Cup. Grant Elliott became the fifth while Steven Smith became the sixth. The other players to do this are Mike Brearley (1979), David Boon (1987), Javed Miandad (1992) and Aravinda de Silva (1996).
7 Ducks scored by New Zealand against Australia in this World Cup. They scored four ducks in the Final and three in the group game. No New Zealand batsman has a scored a single duck against any other opposition during this World Cup.
22 Wickets taken by Trent Boult and Mitchell Starc during this World Cup, the joint-most in this tournament. Trent Boult's 22 wickets is also the most wickets by any New Zealand bowler in a single World Cup.
5 Number of World Cups that Australia have won, by far the most for any team. No other team has won more than two World Cups. India and West Indies have won a couple of World Cups each, while Sri Lanka and Pakistan have won one each.