Factbox of the one-day international cricket records set by New Zealand in their 10-wicket defeat of Bangladesh here:
Victory with 264 balls to spare is a world record. The previous record was held by India, who beat Kenya with 231 balls to spare at Bloemfontein in 2001
Wicketkeeper Brendon McCullum's 50 off 19 balls beat his own New Zealand record of 20 balls, set against Canada at St Lucia in this year's World Cup. It was two balls more than the world record of 50 runs off 17 balls held by Sri Lanka's Sanath Jayasuriya, against Pakistan in Singapore in 1996.
McCullum's score was a world record 84.2 percent of his team's total of 95 runs. The previous mark was 72.7 percent held by West Indies opener Desmond Haynes, against New Zealand in Trinidad in 1985, scoring 85 out of 117.
Daniel Vettori's five for seven was career-best figures that took him to 207 for New Zealand, passing the previous national record of 203 held by Chris Harris.
Vettori has taken a world-best 43 one-day wickets in 2007, surpassing India's Zaheer Khan, who has claimed 40 in the calendar year.