3- Number of scores in an ODI chase higher than Ross Taylor's unbeaten 181. Taylor fell short of Shane Watson's record by four runs. The previous highest in a chase for New Zealand was Martin Guptill's unbeaten 180 against South Africa last year.
1- Number of scores higher than Taylor's 181 made outside the top three batting positions in an ODI. Viv Richards made 189 not out at No. 4 against England at Old Trafford in 1984. The previous highest score outside the top three in a chase was Marcus Stoinis' unbeaten 146 against New Zealand last year.
336- The target chased by New Zealand, their third highest in ODIs. The previous two were 347 and 337 against Australia in 2006-07.
1- Number of higher successful ODI chases against England; New Zealand's 336 is No. 2 on the list. The only previous instance of New Zealand chasing over 300 against England was in Southampton in 2015.
59- Runs scored by England in the last ten overs for the loss of five wickets. They were 276 for 4 after 40 overs and finished on 335 for 9. New Zealand had scored 20 runs fewer than England after 40 overs - 256 for 3 - but cruised to victory.
68- Runs scored by England's last eight wickets. Of the last 12 overs of their innings, England managed to score more than 10 in only the 50th over.
1- The first time England's No. 4 to No. 8 - Jos Buttler, Eoin Morgan, Ben Stokes, Moeen Ali and Chris Woakes - were dismissed for single-digit scores in an ODI. Jonny Bairstow and Joe Root scored centuries, however, which makes it only the third-time England had two hundreds in a defeat.