Wagner's career-best figures, and Tiripano's record at No. 10

Donald Tiripano notched up the highest Test score by a Zimbabwe No. 10 or No. 11 batsman AFP

0 Previous instances when a pace bowler has returned better figures than Neil Wagner's 6 for 41 in a Test innings at Queen Sports Club, Bulawayo. The previous best at this venue was also by a New Zealand bowler - Shane Bond's 6 for 51 in 2005. Wagner's six-for was the fourth instance of a bowler taking six wickets in a Test innings at Queens.

1 Number of times a New Zealand bowler has returned better figures than Wagner's in a Test against Zimbabwe. Chris Martin took 6 for 26 in Napier in 2012. Bond's 6 for 51 in 2005 is the only other instance of New Zealand pace bowler taking a six-for in a Test innings against Zimbabwe.

6/106 Wagner's previous innings best in Tests, against Australia in Christchurch in February this year. This is the third time Wagner has taken five or more wickets in Tests. He has taken 80 wickets at 30.51.

85 The partnership between Prince Masvaure and Donald Tiripano - the second-highest stand for Zimbabwe for the ninth wicket in Tests. Paul Strang and Bryan Strang added 87 runs against Pakistan in Sheikhupura in 1996, which is the highest.

3 Number of larger ninth-wicket stands than the one in Zimbabwe's innings when a team has lost eight wickets for a score of less than 100. Tiripano joined Masvaure when Zimbabwe were 72 for 8. It is the highest such partnership since Roger Binny and Madan Lal added 117 runs against West Indies in Kanpur in 1983 after India were 90 for 8.

49* Runs scored by Donald Tiripano, the highest by a Zimbabwe batsman at No. 10 or 11 in Tests. Bryan Strang's 42 against Pakistan in Sheikhupura in 1996 was the previous best.

6 Instances when Zimbabwe have been dismissed for a score lower than the 164 they made in this innings in Tests by New Zealand. Their lowest all-out total at home against New Zealand is 59, which came in Harare in 2005.

4 Wickets lost by Zimbabwe on the score of 72, their worst four-wicket collapse in a Test innings. Their previous worst was also against New Zealand in Harare in 2005, when they slid from 9/0 to 11/4 in their first innings.

2009 The last time two players from opposing teams made their debut as captains in the same Test, before Graeme Cremer and Kane Williamson in this Test. West Indies' Floyd Reifer and Bangladesh's Mashrafe Mortaza captained their respective teams for the first time in their career in St Vincent on that occasion. Overall this was the 24th such instance since (and not including) the first ever Test.

126 Internationals played by Chamu Chibhabha - 96 ODIs and 30 T20Is - before making his Test debut, in this match. This is the second-most international matches played by anyone before making his Test debut. Rohit Sharma had played 144 international games before making his debut in Tests, against West Indies in Kolkata in 2013-14.