India v New Zealand, World T20 2016, Group 2, Nagpur March 15, 2016

Bounty for spin, and a shocker for India

Spin dominated the numbers in New Zealand's superb 47-run win against india in Nagpur

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1 Instances of New Zealand successfully defending a total lower than 126 in a T20I. The only such game was in Lauderhill against Sri Lanka, when New Zealand scored 120 and restricted Sri Lanka to 92. It's the lowest target that India haven't successfully chased down in a 20-over game.

79 India's total, their second-lowest all-out total in a T20I; their lowest is 74, against Australia in Melbourne in 2008.

47 The margin of victory, India's second-largest margin of defeat in T20Is. It is also the second highest when defending a total of 130 or lower. The only bigger margin was when Sri Lanka scored 119 and bowled New Zealand out for 60 in a World T20 game in 2014.

5 Consecutive wins for New Zealand against India in T20Is. In matches between the top eight teams, there is only one sequence of more successive defeats: New Zealand lost six in a row against England between 2008 and 2013. Australia have also lost five in a row against Sri Lanka, and against India.

This was only the third instance of spinners taking nine wickets in a T20I innings © ESPNcricinfo Ltd

9 Wickets for spin in the Indian innings, which equals the record for the most wickets by spinners in a T20I innings. There have been only two previous instances: by Zimbabwe against Canada, and by Sri Lanka against Zimbabwe. India had never lost more than five wickets to spin before today's match, and neither had New Zealand's spinners taken more than five in a T20I.

61 India's score after 15 overs, their lowest ever in a T20I. Their previous lowest after 15 was 62, against Australia in Melbourne in 2008.

4/11 Mitchell Santner's bowling figures, the third best for a New Zealand bowler in a T20I, and the best by a New Zealand spinner.

80.95 Corey Anderson's strike rate in his 34 off 42 balls. It's the lowest strike rate among all innings of 25 or more by New Zealand batsmen in a T20I.

9 Number of consecutive T20Is in which India have taken at least two wickets in the Powerplays. Ashish Nehra has played eight of those games, and has taken at least one Powerplay wicket in each of those eight matches.

3.75 Jasprit Bumrah's economy rate in this match, the fifth time in 12 games that he has conceded fewer than five an over.

5.93 Bumrah's career economy rate. Among the 120 bowlers from the top ten teams who have bowled at least 40 overs in T20Is, only three bowlers have better economy rates -Samuel Badree, Sunil Narine, and Daniel Vettori.

4 Number of times Suresh Raina has bowled four overs in a T20I; in three previous instances, the fewest he had conceded was 24. Among the 19 instances when he has bowled in a T20I, only twice has he achieved a better economy rate: against Sri Lanka a month ago in Visakhapatnam, when he bowled two overs for six runs, and against South Africa in Cuttack.

S Rajesh is stats editor of ESPNcricinfo. @rajeshstats