0 Number of times New Zealand had breached the 700-run mark before the Hamilton Test. Their highest Test total before this was 690, which they racked up against Pakistan in Sharjah in 2014.
0 New Zealand batsmen who have scored 6000 Test runs faster than Kane Williamson in terms of innings. The New Zealand captain has taken just 126 innings to get to the landmark, 19 innings fewer than the previous fastest, Ross Taylor. Click here for a list of the quickest batsmen to 6000 Test runs. Williamson has taken as many innings as Brian Lara and Younis Khan did to reach to reach the milestone.
4.38 New Zealand's scoring rate in their innings - the third highest for any team in a total of 700 or more. There have been 24 700-plus scores in Test cricket. New Zealand's run rate is also the 12th highest out of the 155 times any team has made 600 or more in Test cricket.
5.02 Mehidy Hasan Miraz's economy rate in the 49 overs he bowled in New Zealand's innings. Out of the 1371 instances when a bowler has bowled 45 or more overs in a Test innings, Mehidy's economy rate is the worst. The 246 runs that Mehidy conceded are also the most leaked by any Bangladesh bowler in a Test innings.
0 New Zealand batsmen to make 20 Test hundreds before Williamson. Taylor and Martin Crowe are second on this list with 17 hundreds each. Williamson now has made seven Test hundreds as captain. Only Stephen Fleming has made more while leading New Zealand.
1 Number of times each of New Zealand's top three batsmen have hit centuries in a Test innings before the Hamilton Test. On that occasion, Mark Richardson, Lou Vincent and Scott Styris made hundreds against India in Mohali in 2003. Jeet Raval, Tom Latham and Kane Williamson have collectively scored 493 runs in this Test - the second most New Zealand's top three have amassed in any innings.
0 Bigger first-innings leads for New Zealand than their 481 in this Test. Their previous best was 444 runs in the Napier Test against Zimbabwe in 2012. This is only the third time they have built up a first-innings lead of over 400 runs. The other instance also came against Zimbabwe, in Bulawayo, when they led the hosts by 412 runs in 2016.
Shiva Jayaraman is a senior stats analyst at ESPNcricinfo @shiva_cricinfo