# Andy Blignaut was making his T20 debut. He became 25th player to represent Zimbabwe in this format of the game.
# Prosper Utseya registered his second consecutive golden duck. He was also dismissed off the first ball against West Indies [ Images ] at Port-of-Spain on February 28, 2010.
# Zimbabwe's total of 84 is their lowest in Twenty20 internationals, beating 105 against West Indies at Port-of-Spain on February 28, 2010.
# Scott Styris [ Images ] took 3 wickets conceding only 5 runs - a bowling average of just 1.66! Pakistan's Umar Gul has the best bowling figures in the T20 World Cup. He took 5 for 6 (avg 1.20) against New Zealand at the Oval on June 13, 2009.
# Zimbabwe's innings lasted for only 15.1 overs, which is the second shortest completed innings in all Twenty20 internationals. Australia [ Images ] were bowled out in 14.3 overs against England [ Images ] at Southampton on June 13, 2005, which remains the shortest ever all-out innings.
# After being 58 for one at one stage, Zimbabwe lost wickets in a heap and were eventually bowled out for 84 - a mere addition of 26 runs for the loss of 9 wickets! This is the worst 9-wicket collapse in the history of the game.
# Brendon McCullum [ Images ] - during his innings of 22 - completed 1,000 runs in Twenty20 internationals. He became first batsman to reach this milestone.
# McCullum also became the first batsman to hit 100 fours in this format of the game.
# New Zealand won the match by virtue of D/L method having made only 36 for one. This is the lowest winning score in the history of the game.
# Nathan McCullum won his second consecutive Man of the Match award.