245 runs scored by Australia in order to chase the target successfully against New Zealand in this T20I at Eden Park, Auckland. This is the highest successful chase in the history of T20Is. Previous best was of 236 by West Indies against South Africa in 2015.
488 runs aggregated in this T20I — 245 by Australia and 243 by New Zealand — the 2nd most in a T20I encounter. The highest remains 489 —244 by India and 245 by West Indies at Lauderhill in 2016.
316 runs scored openers in this T20I — 105 by Martin Guptill, 76 by Colin Munro, 59 by David Warner and 76 by D’Arcy Short. This is the most runs scored by openers in a single T20I match. Previous record was of 279 — 118 by Rohit Sharma, 89 by KL Rahul, 25 by Niroshan Dickwella and 47 by Upul Tharanga.
2,188 runs for Guptill in T20Is — most runs in the format. Guptill breaks Brendon McCullum record of 2,140 runs in T20Is and is now the leading run-scorer in the shortest format of the game.
32 sixes were hit in this T20I — the joint most in a single match — 18 by New Zealand and 14 by Australia. India and West Indies encounter at Lauderhill in 2016 also produced 32 sixes — 21 by West Indies and 11 by India.
7th batsman to score a hundred on a losing cause — Guptill’s 105 in this match. He is also the first New Zealand batsman to achieve this feat. Other players to record this unwanted feat are: Chris Gayle (117 vs South Africa in 2007), Faf du Plessis (119 vs West Indies in 2015), Rohit Sharma (106 vs South Africa in 2015), Shane Watson (124* vs India in 2016), Babar Hayat (122 vs Oman in 2016) and KL Rahul (110* vs West Indies in 2016).
3rd fifty by Warner which came in under 20 balls in T20Is — joint most for any player to score fifty under these number of balls along with Yuvraj Singh.
64 runs conceded by Andrew Tye in this T20I — the most by an Australian and joint 3rd overall. Other worst bowling figures in T20Is are: 4-0-69-0 by Barry McCarthy (IRE vs AFG in 2017), 4-0-68-1 by Kyle Abbott (SA vs WI in 2015), 4-0-64-1 by James Anderson (ENG vs AUS in 2007) and 4-0-64-0 by Sanath Jayasuriya (SL vs PAK in 2007).
9th batsman to be dismissed hit-wicket — Mark Chapman. He is also the 2nd batsman from New Zealand to achieve this unwanted feat. Moreover, Chapman is the only cricketer in this list to have played T20Is for two nations — Hong Kong and New Zealand. Other players to make this list are: David Obuya (KEN vs NZ in 2007), AB de Villiers (SA vs AUS in 2009), Gareth Hokins (NZ vs AUS in 2010), Misbah-ul-Haq (PAK vs WI in 2011), Dinesh Chandimal (SL vs AUS in 2011), Mohammad Hafeez (PAK vs SA in 2013), Amjad Javed (UAE vs BAN in 2016) and Chris MacLeod (SCO vs NED in 2017).