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Stats Analysis

Quinton de Kock quickest to 50 ODI dismissals

Stats highlights from the first ODI between New Zealand and South Africa

Shiva Jayaraman
Quinton de Kock equalled a record six dismissals, New Zealand v South Africa, 1st ODI, Mount Maunganui, October 21, 2014

Quinton de Kock also equalled the record for most dismissals in an ODI - six  •  Getty Images

27 Number of ODIs Quinton de Kock has taken to effect 50 dismissals as wicketkeeper; he is now the fastest to 50 ODI dismissals beating Ridley Jacobs, Geraint Jones and Jos Buttler who took 30 ODIs to reach the landmark.
6 Number of fielding dismissals effected by de Kock in the match, which equals the most dismissals made by a wicketkeeper in an ODI. Overall, de Kock became the ninth wicketkeeper and only the second from South Africa to collect six dismissals in an ODI. Including this occasion, a wicketkeeper has effected six dismissals in an ODI innings 14 times, six of which have been by Adam Gilchrist.
99 Runs scored by Luke Ronchi, his highest in ODIs and only the second fifty of his career in 20 ODI innings. Ronchi's score is also the highest in ODIs by a New Zealand No. 7, beating Jacob Oram's 88 against England in Auckland in 2008. This was also Ronchi's first ODI fifty for New Zealand.
2 Number of New Zealand batsmen to be dismissed on 99 in ODIs, including Ronchi in this match. Stephen Fleming, who is the other New Zealand batsman, was dismissed on 99 against England in Bristol in 2004.
74 Runs added by the partnership between Ronchi and Trent Boult, the fourth-largest stand for the tenth-wicket in ODIs. It is also New Zealand's highest for the tenth wicket, beating the 65-run partnership between Martin Snedden and Ewen Chatfield against Sri Lanka in the 1983 World Cup. This is also the highest tenth-wicket partnership against South Africa, beating the 72-run partnership between Abdul Razzaq and Waqar Younis in Durban in 1998.
76.85 AB de Villiers' ODI average in 2014 - the highest among 29 batsmen who have scored at least 400 ODI runs this year. He has scored 538 runs at a strike rate of ten ODIs this year.
139 Runs added by de Villiers and JP Duminy for the fifth wicket - South Africa's third highest in ODIs for the fifth wicket.