England produced a brilliant all-round display to knock out New Zealand and advance into the final of World T20. Cricwizz looks at the statistics of the semi-final between the two nations.
1: This was the first time that in this edition of World T20 that New Zealand lost the toss. They have won the tosses in all the Super 10 matches until the semifinal against England.
2: During the opening partnership of 17, Martin Guptill and Kane Williamson became the second pair to stitch a partnership of 1000 runs in T20Is. David Warner and ShaneWatson was the first pair to do so.
5: New Zealand recorded their fifth highest total against England in T20Is when they scored 153/8 at Delhi on Wednesday.
64: New Zealand could score only 64 runs from 11th to 20 over and lost seven wickets when at one stage they were 89/1 at the end of 10th over.
20: New Zealand scored just 20 runs in the last 4 overs of their innings. They lost five wickets and hit just 2 boundaries in the last 4 overs. This was the lowest runs scored by any team against England in 4 overs in T20Is.
195: During his knock of 78, Jason Roy beat Virat Kohli as the leading run-getter in World T20 in the main round. Roy took his tally of runs to 195 runs from 5 matches at an average of 48.75. Virat Kohli aggregates 184 runs at an average of 92 from 4 matches.
26: Jason Roy reached his 50 in just 26 balls to crack the second fastest half-ton in World T20 for England. Eoin Morgan had earlier cracked the fastest half-ton from just 25 balls against West Indies in the 2012 World T20.
11: Jason Roy struck the 11th highest T20I score for England when he struck 78 against New Zealand.
82: Jason Roy and Alex Hales stitched an opening partnership of 82 runs in 8.2 overs at 10 runs per over.
2: Eoin Morgan recorded his second golden duck in the current edition of World T20. He first registered a golden duck against South Africa.