100 Number of venues to host a World Cup game. The Hagley Oval in Christchurch, the venue of this ODI, is the 100th.

1030 Runs scored by Kumar Sangakkara in World Cups. He is only the third Sri Lankan and 14th player overall to score 1000-plus runs in World Cups. Sachin Tendulkar leads with 2278 runs.

13,732 Career ODI Runs scored by Sangakkara, the second-most for any batsman after Sachin Tendulkar (18426). He went past Ricky Ponting (13704) during his innings of 39.

111 Opening partnership between Brendon McCullum and Martin Guptill, the second-highest for New Zealand in World Cups against a top-eight opposition. Their only higher stand was 114, against South Africa, in 1992.

11 Number of 50-plus stands between Kane Williamson and Ross Taylor since 2013, the second-most for any pair. Sangakkara and Tillakaratne Dilshan are above them with 17.

22 Runs scored by McCullum off Lasith Malinga during the eighth over of New Zealand's innings. The only batsman to score more runs off a single Malinga over is Virat Kohli, who scored 24 in Hobart in 2012.

84 Runs conceded by Malinga, the most for him in a World Cup match. He had never conceded more than 55 runs previously. There has been only one previous instance in ODIs where Malinga has conceded more runs without taking a wicket, when he conceded 0 for 85 against South Africa in 2014.

7 Number of 300-plus scores for New Zealand in World Cups, the second-most for any team. Australia lead with 14.

20 Number of 50-plus opening stands for Sri Lanka since 2013, the most for any team. Lahiru Thirimanne and Dilshan put on 67 runs in this game.

331 Runs scored by New Zealand, the second-highest by any team at the Hagley Oval. The highest score at this venue is 341, by Scotland versus Canada in 2014.

Bishen Jeswant is a stats sub editor at ESPNCricinfo. @bishen_jeswant