4/0 Dane van Niekerk's figures - the first instance of a bowler taking four or more wickets without conceding any run across all internationals (men's and women's cricket included). Three for none has been achieved twice in women's ODIs and once in women's T20Is and only once in men's internationals. Van Niekerk's figures are also the best by a captain at a Women's World Cup.
190 Number of deliveries bowled in the game - which makes it the fourth-shortest completed women's ODI. Pakistan and Australia played out the shortest game - 119 balls were bowled - at the 1997 World Cup in Hyderabad.
6.2 Overs needed by South Africa Women to complete the chase. That makes it the third-quickest successful chase in women's ODIs. They won with 262 balls remaining which is the third-largest win in terms of balls remaining in completed women's ODIs.
1997 The last time a total lower than West Indies' 48 was witnessed in Women's World Cup cricket. Pakistan slumped to 27 all out, the lowest total in the tournament's history, against Australia Women. Overall, 48 by West Indies is the sixth-lowest in Women's World Cup.
3 Instances of two bowlers picking up four or more wickets for a side in a Women's World Cup game. Marizanne Kapp picked up 4 for 14 and van Kiekert took 4 for 0 for South Africa in this game. Incidentally, these two figures are also the best two performances for South Africa Women in World Cup.