1 - Bangladesh, on Wednesday, registered their first-ever T20I win against New Zealand. New Zealand had got the better of Bangladesh in each of their 10 T20I meetings before this match - New Zealand's 10-0 record against Bangladesh was the best unbeaten head-to-head for any team in this format.

60 - New Zealand's total of 60 all out in this game is their joint-lowest total in the T20I format. New Zealand were also bundled out for 60 in Chattogram against Sri Lanka during the 2014 World T20.

60 - Their 60 all out is also the lowest by any side in men's T20Is against Bangladesh. The previous lowest total against Bangladesh was 62 all-out last month by Australia, also in Dhaka. Only one team has got a lower total in men's T20Is in Bangladesh - 39 by Netherlands, against Sri Lanka, in 2014 in Chattogram.

1 - Number of men's T20I totals by Full Member nations that were lower than New Zealand's 60. West Indies' 45 all out against England in 2019 is still the lowest. New Zealand's 60 is also the lowest total by any Full Member team in men's T20Is while batting first; West Indies' 71 all out was the previous such lowest total, scored against England in 2019.

122 - Runs conceded by Bangladesh across their last two T20Is - they had rolled Australia over for 62 in their previous T20I appearance. These are the second-fewest runs conceded by a Full Member team in successive matches in men's T20Is. The fewest is 116 by England in 2019, when they had West Indies for 45 and 71 in consecutive games.

4 - Runs scored overall by opening batters in this match, the joint-lowest in a men's T20I where all four batted. A game between Argentina and Brazil in 2019 also had an aggregate of just four runs from the openers.

3.83 - Combined run rate of the two teams in the first T20I, the fourth-lowest in any completed men's T20I and the lowest in a match between two Full Member teams. The previous lowest between two Full Members was 4.61 during a T20I in Port of Spain between West Indies and Zimbabwe in 2010.

7 - Runs conceded by Ajaz Patel in his four-over spell, the second-fewest for New Zealand in a men's T20I. The most economical four-over effort for New Zealand came from Daniel Vettori, who gave away just six runs against Bangladesh in 2010.

2 - Cole McConchie became only the second New Zealand man to take a wicket with the first ball of his T20I career. Lockie Ferguson was the first to do so during his debut against Bangladesh in 2017. McConchie is also the fourth man from New Zealand to take a wicket with the first ball of his international career, joining Dennis Smith, Matt Henderson and Andrew Mathieson.

Sampath Bandarupalli is a statistician at ESPNcricinfo