South Africa's Powerplay surge, and AB de Villiers' blitz
2 Number of totals of 200 or more for South Africa in this World T20, which is the first instance of a team making more than one 200-plus total in a single edition of a World T20. South Africa had made 229 for 4 against England at the Wankhede Stadium on Friday, before making 209 for 5 against Afghanistan at the same venue on Sunday. This was their 10th total of 200 or more in T20Is and fourth in World T20s - both being records.
172 Afghanistan's total in this match - the highest from an Associate side against a Full Member. Afghanistan had made 153 for 7 in their last match against Sri Lanka, which is third in the list. In their only previous T20I against South Africa, Afghanistan were dismissed for 80 in Bridgetown in the World T20 in 2010.
10.64 South Africa's run rate in the first six overs in T20Is this year - the best for any team. They have played seven games this year and are the only team to score at more than 10 an over in the Powerplay. They have scored more than 60 runs in the Powerplays in five of their seven matches. They had made 88 in Johannesburg against England, 62 in Johannesburg and 68 in Cape Town in the last two T20Is against Australia, 83 against England in their opening match of the Super 10s and 66 against Afghanistan on Sunday.
64 Runs scored by Afghanistan in the Powerplay, which is their highest against a Full Member in T20Is and their joint-third highest against any team. Their previous highest against a Full Member was 42 against India in the World T20 in 2012.
29 Runs scored by AB de Villiers in an over from Rashid Khan, which is the joint-second best by a batsman in an over in World T20s. Only Yuvraj Singh's 36 runs off Stuart Broad in Durban in 2007 tops de Villiers' effort. Sri Lanka's Jehan Mubarak had also scored 29 runs off Kenya's Lameck Onyango in the inaugural edition of the World T20.
32 Runs scored by Mohammad Shahzad in the first two overs of the innings, which is the second most by a batsman in T20Is. David Warner had scored 33 against West Indies at the SCG in 2010 in first two overs. Both batsmen hit four sixes each.
7 Number of times Quinton de Kock has been dismissed in scores between 40 and 49, which is the second most for any batsman in T20Is. Only Martin Guptill has got out in that range more - eight times. De Kock has played 27 T20I innings compared to Guptill's 57.
Bharath Seervi is stats sub-editor at ESPNcricinfo. @SeerviBharath