Tim Southee (7-33)

T  he New Zealand paceman's return was the key cause of England's collapse to 123 all out and gave the 26-year-old the third-best World Cup bowling figures of all-time behind the Australian duo of Glenn McGrath (seven for 15) and Andy Bichel (seven for 20). It were also the best figures recorde by a Kiwi bowle in ODIs.

McCullum (50 off 18)

T  he New Zealand captain broke his own record for the quickest World Cup fifty in two fewer deliveries than he'd managed in 2007 against Canada. It was the joint third-quickest ODI fifty of all time behind South Africa's AB de Villiers (16 balls) and Sri Lanka's Sanath Jayasuriya (17 balls).

S Finn (0- 49 in 2 overs)

T  he England quick recorded the most expensive figures ever, in terms of runs per over, for a bowler sending down at least two overs. The brief spell gave Finn an average of 24.5 runs per over conceded compared to 21.3 set by the West Indies Ravi Rampaul in a three-over spell of 64 against New Zealand.

Victory in 12.2 overs

B y wrapping up their win in 12.2 overs, New Zealand equalled the record for the fewest number of overs to reach an ODI target against England originally set when Australia made 118 without loss against their arch-rivals in Sydney in 2003. It was the equal second-fastest successful chase of a 100-plus target.

Sparing 226 balls

T  his equalled England's heaviest in terms of balls remaining, with Australia also having 226 balls to spare when they beat England in Sydney in 2003. This was England's  third-lowest overall in World Cups.The highest was in 2003 when South Africa achieved a target of 109 against Bangladesh in 12 overs with 230 balls remaining.