Southee’s 7/33 is the best analysis by a New Zealander in ODIs, and he becomes the first Nzer to take a 7 wicket bag.
Brendon McCullum brought his 50 up in 18 balls which is a World Cup record. It beats the previous record held by … Brendon McCullum.
That was the second time a New Zealand batsman has hit four consecutive sixes, after CJ Anderson in Queenstown in 2014 (five).
The highest ever T20 international 6 over PowerPlay total is 91 by Dutch vs Ireland. New Zealand scored more in its first six overs of an ODI
New Zealand bringing up 100 in 6.4 overs is the fastest team 100 in all ODIs and not just in World Cups.
This matched England’s heaviest defeat in ODIs in terms of balls remaining (226). That was set against Australia in 2003.
Finn’s figures of 0-49 off two overs probably breaks some record too