Ireland coach Phil Simmons has never seen his team play better and believes the aggressive mindset, which appeared to take the beleaguered opposition by surprise, will become their trademark
Tim Wigmore suggests that Ireland's display in knocking over West Indies so comfortably was another example of their "relentless harassment of cricket's cosy cartel"
The days when all Ireland victories are termed a shock have long gone. Their defeat of West Indies was their most clinical performance against a "major" nation
It is little surprise that a team which pulled out of a major bilateral tour only four months ago, and against India of all opposition, continues to be the subject of murmurings of further discontent
#BendTheRules moments from the Group B match between Ireland and West Indies played in Nelson on Monday.
Runs scored by Stirling, the highest for an Ireland opener against a top-eight nation in World Cups
The opening standing between Porterfield and Stirling, the highest for Ireland against a top-8 team in World Cups
Runs scored by West Indies in the last 20 overs of the innings, the second most for them since 2001
Runs conceded by Andy McBrine, the third-fewest by an Irish bowler against a Test nation
Number of times since 2012 that West Indies have lost five or more wickets for 100 runs or less, the most for any team
Chris Gayle's strike rate during this innings (36 off 65 balls), his lowest against a non-Test nation (min. 50 balls)
Number of ODIs played at the Saxton Oval, Nelson, two of those involving West Indies.
Chris Gayle's batting average since 2013, the worst for any top-order batsman (min. 20 innings)