Michael Clarke became the ninth Australian batsman to reach the milestone of 6000 ODI runs. Ricky Ponting, meanwhile, went past 13,000 ODI runs in matches representing Australia.
Mitchell Johnson became the sixth bowler, and the third Australian, to take four or more wickets in successive World Cup matches. Gary Gilmour and Shane Warne are the other Australians to achieve it.
The 133-run opening stand between Shane Watson and Brad Haddin is the highest first-wicket partnership of the 2011 World Cup.
Australia won with 96 balls to spare, which is the fourth-highest in terms of balls remaining when chasing a 200-plus target in World Cups.