BANGLADESH 595(152 OVERS)1ST INNINGS NEW ZEALAND 539(148.2 OVERS)1ST INNINGS BANGLADESH 160(57.5 OVERS)2ND INNINGS
No. of bigger totals that have ended in a defeat than Bangladesh's 595 in this match. The previous highest was Australia's 586 vs England at SCG In 1894-95.
Williamson's average while chasing in home Tests, with scores of 102*, 56, 31*, 108*, 61, 104*.
Last instance of NZ successfully chasing in excess of 200 in a Test. It was also against Bangladesh at Chittagong when they scored 317/7 to win.
Number of times teams have successfully chased more than 200 runs in Wellington. New Zealand's highest was 215 against India in 1998.
The last time a Bangladesh batsman scored 2 fifty plus scores in an away Test before Shabbir Rahman. Shakib scored 81 and 59 in Harare.
Number of batsman to be dismissed for a double hundred and a duck in a Test match. Shakib was dismissed for a duck after scoring 217 in the first innings.
Number of instances when Bangladesh have taken the lead against New Zealand in 12 Tests.This is the first time they have done it in NZ.
No of catches taken by Imrul Kayes - Most number of catches taken by a substitute keeper in an innings of a Test.
Number of centuries for BJ Watling at the Basin Reserve. In addition to this he has 2 fifties and has been involved in two 300 plus partnerships.
The last time when an opener had scored more than Tom Latham's 177 at the Basin Reserve. DJ Mcglew from SA scored 255 not out
New Zealand openers to have made a Test hundred in 59 Tests at the Basin Reserve. Latham joins Dempster (1 100s), Mills (1) and Wright (3).
First-innings fifties by NZ openers at the Basin Reserve in 26 inns in the last-ten years. Before Latham, Guptill had made 59 v SA in 2012.
Kane Williamson credited Tom Latham, and the partnerships built around him in the first innings, for New Zealand's come-from-behind win
The shot Shakib Al Hasan played to be dismissed on day five at Basin Reserve defies explanation. It also prompts a few questions
Fascinating numbers from New Zealand's unbelievable win in Wellington
New Zealand completed a stunning final-day win in Wellington, after Bangladesh slumped to 160 all out in their second innings
New Zealand opener Tom Latham has said his team will "certainly" be looking to go after whatever target Bangladesh set, if they can bowl them out quickly enough on day five