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14 Number of balls it took Colin Munro to make fifty - the second-fastest ever in T20 internationals and the fastest by a New Zealand batsman. New Zealand's previous fastest had also come earlier in the innings: Martin Guptill had got to his fifty off 19 balls. Click here for the fastest fifties in T20Is.
10 Overs New Zealand took to chase down the target of 143 - the least taken by any team to successfully chase a target of 120 or more in T20 internationals. The previous quickest such chase was South Africa's running down of a target of 130 runs in 11.3 overs in a T20I against Pakistan in 2006-07.
0 Number of instances before this when two batsmen had got their fifties in under 20 balls in the same T20 international. The closest two batsmen had come to this was in a T20I between India and Sri Lanka in 2009-10, when Kumar Sangakkara and Gautam Gambhir had made their fifties off 21 and 19 deliveries respectively.
92.00 Percentage of runs scored by Munro in boundaries: 46 runs out of Munro's 50 runs came from seven sixes and a four. This is the fifth-highest contribution in boundaries in a T20I innings of 50 or more, in terms of percentage. Shane Watson had made 54 (six fours and five sixes) of his 57 runs through just boundaries against the same opposition in a T20I in 2011, which is the highest boundary percentage.
14.70 New Zealand's scoring rate - the second-highest in any T20 international innings. The highest had also been by New Zealand, in a match against Scotland in the 2009 World T20, when they scored at 15 runs an over while chasing in a truncated game. This was also the most runs scored by a team in the first ten overs of a T20 international innings. The previous highest was Ireland's 132 runs against Netherlands in the 2014 World T20.
7 Number of sixes hit by Munro in his innings of 50 not out - the most by a batsman in an innings of 50 or less. The previous highest was Tom Cooper's six sixes in a score of 45 for Netherlands against Ireland in the 2014 World T20.
20.50 Bowling economy of Jeffrey Vandersay in this match - equals the worst for any bowler to bowl at least two overs in a T20 international. Two other bowlers - R Ashwin and Scotland's Mark Watt - have gone at an economy of 20.50 in T20 internationals.
0 Number of times Grant Elliott had taken a four-wicket haul in any T20 game before this. His best before this was the 3 for 16 he took in a domestic T20 against Auckland in 2011-12. This was also only the second time he has taken three or more wickets in a T20 game. Eliott's haul is also only the fourth time a New Zealand bowler had taken a four-for while bowling third change or later.
1 This is the first time that all the four bowlers who have bowled for a team in an innings (minimum two overs each) have gone at 10.00 or more an over - all the Sri Lanka bowlers in this match went for 10 or worse.