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Stats Analysis

Stats - Latham goes past Nathan Astle

He also scored a record 65.6% of the runs made during an unbroken stand of 221 with Kane Williamson

145* Tom Latham's score is now the highest individual score for New Zealand against India in men's ODIs. The previous highest was 120 by Nathan Astle in 1999 in Rajkot. Latham's 145* is also the second-highest ODI score at Eden Park, behind the unbeaten 146 by Marcus Stoinis against New Zealand in 2017.
2 Scores higher than Latham's 145* for New Zealand in ODI chases. Ross Taylor scored an unbeaten 181 against England in a chase of 336 in 2018, while Martin Guptill made 180* against South Africa in 2017 during a chase of 280.
221* Partnership between Latham and Kane Williamson, the highest for any wicket for New Zealand against India in ODIs. The previous highest was 200 between Latham and Ross Taylor in 2017 at the Wankhede Stadium.
The 221-run stand is also the highest for the fourth wicket or lower in ODIs against India, surpassing the 206-run partnership between Mohammad Yousuf and Shoaib Malik in 2009.
2 The partnership between Latham and Williamson is New Zealand's second highest for the fourth wicket or lower in ODIs. The highest is 267* for the sixth wicket between Grant Elliot and Luke Ronchi against Sri Lanka in 2015, while their previous highest for the fourth wicket was 200 between Latham and Taylor against India in 2017.
307 The second-highest target successfully chased by New Zealand against India. Their highest is 347 during the 2020 home series in Hamilton. New Zealand's 307-run chase is also the second highest by any team at Eden Park, behind New Zealand's 337-run chase against Australia in 2007.
65.6 Percentage of runs scored by Latham during his partnership with Williamson, the highest contribution ever made in a partnership of 200 or more in men's ODIs (where data is available). The previous highest was 65.4% by David Warner, who scored 170 out of a 260-run partnership with Steve Smith against Afghanistan during the 2015 World Cup.
5 Consecutive wins for New Zealand against India in men's ODIs, a streak that began during the 2019 World Cup. It is the first instance of New Zealand winning five successive ODIs against India. With this win, they also completed 50 wins in this format against them. India's last ODI win against New Zealand came in 2019 in Wellington during a five-match series.
2011 The previous instance of India losing an ODI despite each of their top three batters scoring 50-plus runs was against South Africa in the 2011 World Cup. The Auckland ODI was the sixth time India's top three batters made 50-plus scores in the same game in a losing cause.

Sampath Bandarupalli is a statistician at ESPNcricinfo