146 Number of balls in which Australia were bowled out, the fewest for Australia in ODIs. Their previous lowest was 152 balls (25.2 overs), against England at Edgbaston in 1977. New Zealand, though, have dismissed a team in fewer overs four times. However, this is New Zealand's best at home. They had bowled out Australia in 32.2 overs at the same venue in the 2015 World Cup.
159 Runs by which Australia lost this match; it is their second-biggest margin of defeat against New Zealand in ODIs (in terms of runs). The biggest is 206 runs, in Adelaide in 1985-86, when they were bowled out for 70.
6.08 Australia's run rate in their total of 148 in 24.2 overs, which is the fourth-highest in all-out totals of 150 or fewer runs in ODIs. However, two of the top three run rates had come in shortened matches; only Canada's 92 at 6.20 is higher than Australia's run rate in a full 50-overs innings.
0 Instances of New Zealand losing a home ODI after posting 300 or more when batting first. This was the 18th time they scored 300 or more batting first, of which they have won 17; one match was tied. New Zealand are the only such sideamong the Test-playing teams.
0 Number of previous instances, since 2002, of Australia being six down within the first 10 overs of an ODI innings. Today, they were 41 for 6 in nine overs. They had lost five wickets in the first 10 overs twice in this period: against West Indies in Brisbane in 2004-05 and against South Africa in Centurion in 2008-09. In this game, New Zealand were 71 without loss after 10 overs, while Australia slumped to 47 for 6.
3 Number of New Zealand players who have scored 6000 or more runs in ODIs. Brendon McCullum became the third batsman to do so, in this match, after Stephen Fleming and Nathan Astle. McCullum took 226 innings to achieve it, which is the most among the three: Astle achieved it in 182, while Fleming got there in 206.
2013 The last time Kane Williamson got out for a duck in ODIs, against England at Lord's. The duck in this match was only his second in 80 ODI innings; in his first five innings he was out for zero three times.
182 Runs scored by New Zealand in the first 25 overs of their innings - the most by any team against Australia in the first innings, since 2002.
64* The previous highest ODI score for Martin Guptill against Australia, in Brisbane in 2008-09. Today's 90 was only his second score of 50 or more against Australia in 16 ODI innings. Before this match, he had averaged only 21.78 against Australia, his lowest against a Full-Member side.
79 Runs added by Matthew Wade and James Faulkner; it is the fourth-highest stand for Australia's seventh wicket after the team has lost their sixth wicket for 45 runs or less. The highest also came in an ODI between Australia and New Zealand: 107 by Jacob Oram and Daniel Vettori in Mohali in the Champions Trophy in 2006.
5 Sixes hit by Guptill in this innings, the joint second-highest for New Zealand against Australia with Craig McMillan. Lance Cairns at the MCG in 1982-83, and Jacob Oram at the WACA in 2006-07, had hit six sixes each.
Bharath Seervi is stats sub-editor at ESPNcricinfo. @SeerviBharath