11 Zimbabwe's Test losses against New Zealand - the most for the side against any team. The second Test was Zimbabwe's sixth consecutive loss to New Zealand - their longest losing sequence against any team.
254 New Zealand's margin of victory in this Test - their biggest win in terms of runs. Their previous best was in 2002 against West Indies in Barbados. This is also the second-biggest loss for Zimbabwe in terms of runs.
2 Runs in which Zimbabwe lost their last five wickets. They collapsed from a score of 130 for 5 to 132 all out in their second innings. There are only two instances when a team has lost their last five wickets for fewer runs. Both Zimbabwe and New Zealand were involved in these instances. Zimbabwe took Bangladesh's last five wickets without conceding a run in 2013 and New Zealand had lost five wickets for one run against Pakistan in the second innings of a Test in Auckland in 2001.
99.97 The difference in averages (runs scored per wicket lost) between the two teams in this Test - the highest for New Zealand in a win. While New Zealand scored 748 runs in this Test losing only six wickets, they took 20 Zimbabwe wickets for 494 runs. Their previous best had come against Pakistan in Hamilton in 2001, when they made 407 runs in their first innings losing only four wickets and took 20 Pakistan wickets conceding 222 runs.
13 Wickets by New Zealand spinners in this Test - equalling the side's second highest tally in a Test outside Asia. New Zealand's spinners took as many as 17 Australia wickets in the Auckland Test in 2000, the highest for the side. They took 13 wickets in the Jamaica Test in 2014. Overall, there are only seven other instances when New Zealand's spinners have taken 13 or more wickets in any Test.
11 Number of wickets taken by Neil Wagner in this series - equalling the most he has taken in two Tests in any series. He had taken 11 wickets against India in a two-Test series in 2013-14. Wagner was named Man of the Series for his 11 wickets against Zimbabwe at an average of 17.00 - his first such award in Tests. He is yet to win a Man-of-the-Match award.
4 Man-of-the-Match awards won by Kane Williamson in Tests. This was his first as New Zealand's captain. Click here for a list of New Zealand players who have won Man-of-the-Match awards in Tests.
3 Number of batsmen before Kane Williamson who had hit fifty-plus scores in each of their first three innings as captain. Williamson followed up his 91 in the first Test of this series with 113 and 68 not out in this match. Rohan Kanhai, Kepler Wessels and Virat Kohli are the players to achieve this feat.
638 runs scored by Ross Taylor in just four Tests against Zimbabwe. This is the most any New Zealand batsman has made in four Tests against any opposition. Williamson is second in this list with 559 runs against Sri Lanka in his first four matches against them. Taylor's 638 runs also equals the most any batsman has made in his first four Tests against Zimbabwe. Rahul Dravid had accumulated 638 runs in his first four matches against them at an average of 159.50, exactly half of what Taylor presently averages against Zimbabwe - 319.00.