0 - Number of bigger partnerships for India for any wicket than the 158 between Rohit Sharma and Shikhar Dhawan in this game. The previous highest stand for them was 138 between Rohit and Virat Kohli against South Africa in Dharamsala in 2015. This is also the third-highest opening partnership for any team in T20Is. The highest is an unbeaten 171 by Martin Guptill and Kane Williamson versus Pakistan last year.

98 - Number of balls faced by Rohit and Dhawan in their partnership. In the first innings of a T20I, this is the longest opening stand and second-longest for any wicket. The previous longest opening partnership was 95 balls between Kamran Akmal and Salman Butt against Bangladesh in 2010 World T20.

1 - This is the first time India beat New Zealand in T20Is. In the first five encounters, New Zealand had been victorious each time. With this India now have victories against every Full Member team.

1 - This was the first time New Zealand couldn't find wicket in first 10 overs when bowling first. The previous longest wait for them was 9.4 overs against South Africa in 2013, when Graeme Smith and Jacques Kallis were on.

180 - The previous highest score for India against New Zealand, in the 2007 World Cup. This is the first time they have scored 200-plus runs against the side against which they had not won a T20I yet coming into this game. In the last meeting between the two sides, India were all out for 79.

3 - Number of instances of both openers scoring 75-plus in a T20I innings. The two pairs before Dhawan and Rohit were: Loots Bosman (94) and Graeme Smith (82) against England in 2009, and Evin Levis (100) and Johnson Charles (79) against India last year.

10 - Dhawan's average in his last seven T20I innings before this game. His scores were: 1, 6, 23, 13, 23, 15* and 2. He scored more runs in this innings than the combined 60 runs in his last seven innings. He also achieved his career-best score, eclipsing 60 against Bangladesh last year.

268 - Sixes for Rohit in T20 matches - the most among all India players. He surpassed Raina's 265 sixes in this innings, hitting four sixes. Rohit is now the seventh-highest six-hitter in T20 cricket.

49 - Runs conceded by Trent Boult in this match - the most by him in a T20I match. In the final ODI between the two teams on the weekend, Boult registered the most expensive figures of his ODI career: 81 runs in his ten overs.