763 The aggregate in this game, the highest ever in an ODI in England. The previous record was 651, in the NatWest Series final between England and India at Lord's in 2002, when England scored 325 and India chased it down with three balls to spare. In the history of one-day internationals, there have only been two games where more runs have been scored: in that game in Johannesburg between South Africa and Australia, which produced an aggregate of 872, and India versus Sri Lanka in Rajkot in 2009, when 825 were scored.
398 New Zealand's total, their second-highest in ODIs, and their best against England. Their highest total was against Ireland in Aberdeen in 2008, when they made 402. The score of 398 is also the highest ODI total at The Oval, 51 runs more than the previous best, also by New Zealand, against USA in the 2004 Champions Trophy. No team has ever scored more in an ODI against England.
27 Number of sixes hit in this game, the most for any ODI in England. In fact, this is twelve more than the previous-most in an ODI in England - 15, which came in the previous ODI between these two teams at Birmingham on 9 June 2015.
1 Number of times a team has scored more than 365 without a century. The only such instance was by South Africa, who scored 392 against Pakistan in Centurion in 2007 - the highest in that game, as in this one at The Oval, was 88. England also scored 363 without a hundred against Pakistan in 1992.
191 England's score after 25 overs, their highest at that stage in a 50-over ODI innings since 2001. There have been two instances of higher scores after 25 overs during this period, but neither was in a completed innings: they were 192 without loss off 24.5 in a successful run-chase against Bangladesh at the same venue a decade ago; against Sri Lanka at Headingley in 2002, they were 195 after 25, but that was in a 32-overs-per-side game.
187 Eoin Morgan's strike rate (88 off 47), which is the second-best ever for an England batsman scoring 50 or more in an ODI. The best is also by Morgan - against South Africa in Centurion in 2009, he scored 67 off 34 (SR 197).
76 The partnership between Liam Plunkett and Adil Rashid, England's joint second-highest for the eighth-wicket in ODIs.
97 Runs conceded by Chris Jordan, which equals the highest given away by an England bowler in ODIs - Steve Harmison had conceded 97 against Sri Lanka at Headingley in 2006. Harmison, though, had bowled ten overs compared to nine by Jordan. Jordan's economy rate of 10.77 is the worst for an England bowler who has bowled more than seven overs in an ODI.
3 Number of 90s for Kane Williamson in ODIs; among New Zealand batsmen, only Astle, Martin Crowe and Stephen Fleming have more. Of the last four 90s by New Zealand batsmen in ODIs, three have been by Williamson.
40 Fours in the New Zealand innings, which equals their highest in ODIs; they had also hit 40 fours against Pakistan in Napier earlier this year.
4 Number of 350-plus scores for England in all ODI cricket, with two of those coming in the last two games. In the 645 ODIs before that, England only managed to do this two times.
300 ODI wins for New Zealand. They are the eighth team to achieve this milestone. They've taken 684 games to get there, which is the most among these eight teams. South Africa got to 300 ODI wins the fastest - in only 483 matches, while Australia (519) and West Indies (540) are next.