Many records have been broken and new records have been created in this ODI World Cup match. Here are some of the records made in today’s game –
771 runs – Total runs scored by both teams in today’s match. This is the most runs scored in any ODI World Cup match. Earlier in this World Cup, 754 runs were scored in the match between South Africa and Sri Lanka in New Delhi.
383 runs – runs scored by New Zealand against Australia. This is the most runs scored by any team while chasing a target in the World Cup. Also, it is the highest score made by any team against Australia in the World Cup. In 2019, India scored 353 runs for the loss of 5 wickets against Australia. Similarly, New Zealand has scored more runs in the World Cup only once. In 2015, he scored 393 runs for the loss of 6 wickets against the West Indies.
32 – Sixes hit in today’s match. This is the second most sixes hit in any World Cup match. In the 2019 World Cup, 33 sixes were hit in the match between England and Afghanistan.
77 – Rachin Ravindra needs the ball to score a century. This is the fastest century by any New Zealand batsman in the World Cup. Earlier, he had set this record by scoring a century in 82 balls in the first match against England. It is also the fastest century by any player against Australia. Earlier in the 1975 final, Clive Lloyd scored a century in 82 balls.
1 – Mitchell Starc went wicketless for the first time in his 24 World Cup matches. Earlier, he had taken at least one wicket in 23 consecutive matches. This was a record for any bowler.
20 – Number of sixes hit by Australia. The most number of sixes he has hit in ODIs. Earlier, he hit 19 sixes in a single match against India in 2013 and against Pakistan in 2023. Also, it is also the most number of sixes hit by any team against New Zealand in ODIs. Earlier, India hit 19 sixes against New Zealand.
388 – runs scored by Australia in their innings. It is the most runs scored by any team against New Zealand in the ODI World Cup. Earlier, Australia scored 348 runs against New Zealand in 2007. It is also the third highest score by any team against New Zealand in ODIs.
3- Score of more than 350 consecutively made by Australia. Earlier, Australia scored 399 runs against Pakistan for the loss of 8 wickets and against the Netherlands they scored 367 runs for the loss of 9 wickets. Australia is the first team to achieve such a feat in any ODI match.
59 – Number of balls that Travis Head took to score a century. It is the fastest century by any opening batsman in the World Cup. Earlier in this World Cup, India’s Rohit Sharma scored a century in 63 balls against Afghanistan. Head’s century is the third fastest against New Zealand in any ODI. Earlier, in 2019, Thisara Perera scored a century in 57 balls and in 2018, Jonny Bairstow scored a century in 58 balls.
25 – The number of balls it takes to make a half century on the head. It is the fastest half-century made in a World Cup debut game. Earlier in 2015, Riley Russo scored a 31-ball fifty against the West Indies. It is also the second fastest fifty for Australia in the World Cup.
118 – runs scored by Australia in the first 10 overs. It is the second most runs scored by a team in any World Cup. In 2003, West Indies scored 119 runs in 10 overs against Canada.
10 – Sixes hit by Australian batsmen in the first 10 overs. This is the most sixes hit by any team in the first 10 overs. Earlier in 2019 also, West Indies hit 10 sixes in the first 10 overs against England.