0 Previous instances of a team winning a T20I after being five down for 50 or fewer runs in the first innings in a full 20-over game. England lost their fifth wicket at score of 50 and still went on to win. Ireland won after being 43 for 7 in a nine-over game against Bermuda though.
57* The unbroken stand between Moeen Ali and David Willey for the eighth wicket - the highest in World T20 history. The pair led the team from 85 for 7 to 142 for 7, scoring at run rate of 10.36. Across all T20Is, this is the second-highest for the eighth wicket in the first innings.
4 Number of wickets lost by England in the Powerplay - their joint-most in T20Is. The only previous such instance was against Australia in Southampton in 2013 where they were chasing 249. Coincidentally, Eoin Morgan was out for duck in both these matches, his only two ducks in T20Is.
16 Consecutive T20Is for England without an opening stand of 50 or more runs. Their last such stand was, in fact, before the last World T20 - 98 between Alex Hales and Michael Lumb against West Indies in Bridgetown in March 2014. In this match, Jason Roy and James Vince added only 16. They average just 21.18 runs per opening stand and about 16 balls per stand in these 16 matches. Since the start of 2014, their average opening stand of 23.27 is the lowest among all Full Member teams.
3 Number of times England have been five down for 50 or fewer. The previous two instances were 47 for 5 against New Zealand in Hamilton in 2012-13 and 42 for 5 against Netherlands in Chittagong in the 2014 World T20. They were chasing on both occasions and lost both the matches.
6 Number of wickets England lost to spinners, which is the joint-most for them in T20Is. They lost same number of wickets to the slow bowlers against India in Colombo in the 2012 World T20 and against West Indies in Bridgetown in March 2014. This is also the joint-most wickets Afghanistan's spinners have taken in a T20I.
5 Instances of a team's Nos. 5 to 9 all scoring 10 or more runs in a T20I. Afghanistan's Rashid Khan, Mohammad Nabi, Samiullah Shenwari, Najibullah Zadran and Shafiqullah all scored more than ten runs in this game. The last such instance was in 2012 for New Zealand against South Africa in Port Elizabeth.
3.00 Liam Plunkett's economy in this match, which is the third-best for England in T20Is by a bowler delivering all four overs. This was also the best economy for Plunkett in his four T20Is and also the first time he failed to take a wicket.
35* Runs scored by Shafiqullah batting at No. 9 - the highest by a batsman at that position in the World T20. Overall, it is the fourth highest in all T20Is.
25 Runs scored by England in the 19th over of the innings - third-highest for them in an over in World T20s. Their highest was also against Afghanistan, again in the 19th over, when Jonny Bairstow, Jos Buttler and Luke Wright scored 32 runs, including two no-balls, in 2012.