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Stats - New Zealand's biggest win in men's T20Is

All the key numbers from Tarouba, where Uganda recorded the lowest ever powerplay score at the T20 World Cup

Robinson Obuya was cleaned up for a golden duck, New Zealand vs Uganda, Men's T20 World Cup, Tarouba, June 14, 2024

Uganda's run rate of 2.14 was the third lowest in a T20I innings of 100-plus balls  •  ICC via Getty Images

40 Uganda's total against New Zealand is now the third lowest by any team at the men's T20 World Cup. Uganda got bundled out for 39 runs against West Indies last week, equaling the record for the lowest total set by the Netherlands against Sri Lanka in 2014.
1 Uganda's 40 all out is also the lowest total by any team against New Zealand in men's T20Is, as the previous lowest was 70 all out by Bangladesh in the 2016 T20 World Cup.
88 Balls remaining when New Zealand completed their chase of 41 runs is now the third-biggest in terms of balls to spare at the men's T20 World Cup. Three of the top four biggest wins in the competition's history have come in the ongoing edition.
2.14 Uganda's run rate during their 40 all out in 18.2 overs is the third lowest in a men's T20I innings of 100-plus balls. The 2.12 by Mali is the lowest when they were bowled out for 39 in 18.2 overs against Kenya in 2023, while Panama scored at 2.13 during their 37 all out in 17.2 overs against Canada in 2021.
No team before Uganda had a run rate of less than four runs in an innings of 100-plus balls at the men's T20 World Cup.
1 New Zealand's win margin of 88 balls is their largest win by balls to spare in men's T20Is. Their previous biggest was by 74 balls against Kenya while chasing 74 in the 2007 T20 World Cup.
9 for 3 Uganda's powerplay total against New Zealand is now the lowest by any team at the men's T20 World Cup. The previous lowest was 13 for 4 by Pakistan against West Indies in the 2014 edition.
Uganda's total is also the second-lowest by any team in the powerplay in men's T20Is, where ball-by-ball data is available, behind 8 for 2 by Sierra Leone against Nigeria in 2021.
4 Runs conceded by Tim Southee in his four overs are the joint-fewest by any bowler in a men's T20 World Cup game while bowling their full quota. Frank Nsubuga did concede only four runs in his four overs against Papua New Guinea earlier in this tournament.
The four runs conceded by Southee are also the fewest by a New Zealand bowler in a men's T20I, bettering Daniel Vettori's six runs against Bangladesh in a T20I in 2010.
1 New Zealand became the first team to have three bowlers conceding less than ten runs while bowling their full quota of four overs in a men's T20I innings. Southee conceded four runs, while Boult and Lockie Ferguson conceded seven and nine respectively.

Sampath Bandarupalli is a statistician at ESPNcricinfo