Brendon McCullum won his seventh Man of the Match award © Getty Images
Brendon McCullum won his seventh Man of the Match award © Getty Images

 

Chittagong, Mar 29, 2014

 

Statistical highlights of the ICC World T20 2014 match between New Zealand and the Netherlands on Saturday.

 

# Tom Lexley William Cooper (40 not out off 23 balls) has posted his second highest score at the World Twenty20 — the highest is an unbeaten 72 against Zimbabwe at Sylhet on March 19, 2014.

 

# Peter William Borren (49 off 35 balls) has registered his career-best score in T20Is, eclipsing the 38 not out off 15 balls against Afghanistan at Sharjah on November 15, 2013.

 

ICC World T20 2014 schedule: Match time table with venue details

 

ICC World T20 2014 Points Table and Team Standings

 

# Cooper and Borren have shared a stand of 60 for the fourth wicket — Netherlands’ second highest for the fourth wicket in T20Is – the highest is 61 between Cooper and Wesley Barresi against Ireland at Sylhet on March 21, 2014.

 

# Netherlands’ above stand is their highest for any wicket against a Test-playing side in T20Is.

 

# New Zealand (152 for four) have recorded their highest successful chase at the World Twenty20, outstripping the 139 for eight against Sri Lanka at Providence on April 30, 2010.

 

# New Zealand have won eleven and lost eleven out of 24 contested at the World Twenty20 — success % 50.00 (Tied 2).

 

# Brendon McCullum has received his seventh Man of the Match award in T20Is. He has become the first player to amass 2,000 runs or more in all three formats – Tests, ODIs and Twenty20Is.

 

# McCullum’s match-winning 65 is his 15th innings of fifty-plus in T20Is — the most by a batsman. He has become the first player to aggregate 1200 runs in a winning cause in T20Is — 1239 (ave.56.31), including twelve fifty-plus innings in 31 matches.

 

# McCullum’s 65 is the first fifty by a New Zealand player in successful chases at the World Twenty20.

 

# Timm van der Gugten (3/30) has recorded his second best bowling performance in T20Is, next only to the 3 for 18 against Bangladesh at The Hague on July 26, 2012.