12 - Number of times teams have recorded 10-wicket wins at the Men's World Cup. Prior to Saturday, Sri Lanka's thrashing of England at the 2011 quarter-final was the last instance of a 10-wicket win. New Zealand now have the most 10-wicket wins (three) at the World Cup. West Indies, South Africa and Sri Lanka have two each.
0 - Sri Lanka hadn't been beaten by 10 wickets in a World Cup prior to Saturday. They've been beaten by nine wickets on four occasions. Incidentally, their last 10-wicket pounding in ODIs was also to New Zealand at Christchurch in December 2015.
29.2 - The second-least number of overs Sri Lanka have faced in a World Cup innings.second-lowest In 2003, they were bundled by India for 109 in 23 overs. It is also the second-fewest overs New Zealand have taken to dismiss their opponents in a World Cup clash, behind the 23.5 overs they took to shoot out Kenya in 2011.
2 - Only two openers have carried their bats through a World Cup innings. By remaining 52 not out, Dimuth Karunaratne joined Ridley Jacobs in doing so. Jacobs had carried the bat versus Australia at Old Trafford in 1999. Overall, Karunaratne's is the 12th instance in all ODIs.
8 - The number of single-digit scores in Sri Lanka's innings on Saturday, the joint-most in a World Cup match. There were eight single-figure scores by Sri Lanka batsmen against South Africa in 1999 too.
1 - Opening together for the 21st time, Colin Munro and Martin Guptill recorded their maiden century stand in ODIs. Guptill has been involved in four of the seven century opening stands for New Zealand at the World Cup.
6 - Number of ducks for Angelo Mathews against New Zealand in ODIs. He now has the joint-most ducks against New Zealand along with Mohammad Hafeez. In the last 10 years, , only two others have recorded as many ducks against a single oppposition in ODIs: Lasith Malinga against Pakistan and Zimbabwe's Malcolm Waller against Afghanistan.