Colin Munro © AFP
Colin Munro © AFP

1 player had scored a hundred, taken a wicket, and held a catch before Colin Munro at Rajkot in a T20 international: Shane Watson, against India, at Sydney in 2015-16.

4 men have now scored 2 T20I 100s, Munro being the 4th. The other 3 are Chris Gayle, Brendon McCullum, and Evin Lewis. This is also Munro’s highest score: his previous best (101) came against Bangladesh at Mount Maunganui earlier this year.

2 men had scored more runs in an innings against India than Munro: Lewis, 125* at Kingston in 2017; and Watson, 124* at Sydney in 2016-17. The other hundred against India was also by Lewis.

0 men have now scored more runs in an innings on Indian soil than Munro. The previous highest score was 106, by Rohit Sharma against South Africa at Dharamsala in 2015-16.

7 Munro’s total in 4 of the last 6 innings of his career (including 3 ducks a James Bondesque 007). The other two were hundreds. The run leads a bizarre 0, 101, 0, 0, 7, and 109*.

54 balls taken by Munro to reach his hundred. This is the 2nd-quickest against India (after Lewis, in 48 balls, at Lauderhill in 2016) and the 2nd-quickest on Indian soil (after Gayle, against England, at Wankhede in the 2016 World T20).

1 wicket for Munro in T20Is now. His first wicket was Shreyas Iyer, who played his first international innings. Munro also has 2 wickets in Tests and 1 in ODIs.

12 instances of a batsman hitting at least 7 fours and at least 7 sixes in a T20I innings. Munro has done it for the 2nd time now. Gayle and McCullum have also done it twice each.

1 player has played all 7 matches between India and New Zealand — MS Dhoni. Martin Guptill has played 6.

9.47 run rate at Saurashtra Cricket Association Stadium, Rajkot, 5th in T20I history. Interestingly, India have 4 entries in the top 7 spots and South Africa have 3.

1,943 runs for Virat Kohli in T20Is, the 2nd in history, after Brendon McCullum (2,140). Kohli went past Tillakaratne Dilshan (1,889). Meanwhile, Guptill (1,855) has gone past Shoaib Malik (1,821) to seal 4th spot.

53 runs conceded by Mohammed Siraj on debut, the 3rd-most in history by a debutant in a 4-over spell and the most in a decade. The top (bottom, depending on your perspective) two positions belong to James Anderson (4-0-64-1) and Joginder Sharma (4-0-57-0).

4/34 career-best figures for Trent Boult. His previous best was 3/20, against Sri Lanka at Chittagong in the 2014 World T20.

0 seamers have better figures than Boult in India-New Zealand matches. The record was previously held by Irfan Pathan (3/31). However, two spinners (Mitchell Santner, 4/11) and Vettori (4/20) have better figures than Boult.

6 wickets for Ish Sodhi in India-New Zealand matches, the joint-most. Sodhi is tied with Daniel Vettori. Of current Indians, Yuzvendra Chahal (3) leads the way.

3 catches by Hardik Pandya in India-New Zealand matches, the joint-most among non-wicketkeepers. Pandya is tied with Vettori and Nathan McCullum.

105 added by Munro and Guptill for the 2nd wicket. This is the 2nd-highest partnership for any wicket in India-New Zealand matches. The highest is 158, added by Rohit and Shikhar Dhawan in the 1st ODI of the ongoing series. The previous highest 2nd-wicket partnership in India-New Zealand matches belong to Kohli and Suresh Raina (60).

56 added by Kohli and MS Dhoni for the 5th wicket. This is the highest 5th-wicket stand in India-New Zealand matches. Kohli and Dhoni doubled the 28 added by Corey Anderson and Santner.