96 Innings taken by Kane Williamson to reach 4000 ODI runs. He is the joint fourth-fastest to reach this mark, and the quickest for New Zealand. Hashim Amla is the fastest overall (81 innings), while the earlier record for New Zealand was Martin Guptill’s 112 innings.
341 New Zealand’s total, which is their highest score in ODIs against Bangladesh, beating their previous best of 338 for 4 in Sharjah in 1990. This is also the joint highest at Hagley Oval, equalling Scotland’s total against Canada in the World Cup Qualifier game in 2014.
1990 The previous time New Zealand had a partnership of over 150 against Bangladesh in ODI’s: Martin Crowe and John Wright had also added 158 for the first wicket in Sharjah, exactly as many as Tom Latham and Colin Munro added for the fifth wicket today. This is also New Zealand’s second-highest partnership for the fifth wicket, next only to the 195 added by Ross Taylor and Kane Williamson against Zimbabwe in Bulawayo in 2011.
137 The highest score for Tom Latham in ODIs, beating his previous best of 110 against Zimbabwe in Harare. He scored his runs at a strike rate of 113, which is only his second instance of scoring at over a run a ball in an innings of 50 or more balls. Incidentally, Latham’s highest Test score is also 137.
62 Runs conceded by Mustafizur Rahman in his ten over spell. This is the first time in ten innings that Mustafizur has conceded more than six runs per over.