Statistical Highlights from the Super Eight match of the ICC World Twenty20 between South Africa and New Zealand, played in Bridegetown, Barbados, on Thursday.
# South Africa's 170 for 4 is their highest total against New Zealand in Twenty20 Internationals, bettering the 158 for four in Durban on September 19, 2007.
# New Zealand's 157 for seven is also their highest total against South Africa in the ICC World Twenty20, outstripping the 153 for eight at Durban on September 19, 2007.
# Albie Morkel and AB de Villiers put on 72 for the fourth wicket - South Africa's highest partnership in Twenty20 Internationals.
# Morne Morkel has claimed 15 wickets at 14.80 runs apiece in nine games - the highest for South Africa in ICC World Twenty20.
# Jacques Kallis, during the course of his innings (31 off 26 balls), completed 400 runs in Twenty20 Internationals, aggregating 426 (avg 35.50) in 13 matches.
# Kallis's tally of 138 (avg .46.00) is the highest for South Africa in the 2010 competition of the ICC World Twenty20.
# Herschelle Gibbs became the second fielder after AB de Villiers to take three catches in an innings for South Africa in ICC World Twenty20.
# Gibbs (30 off 24 balls) registered his highest innings against New Zealand in Twenty20 Internationals.
# Eleven sixes were registered in South Africa's total of 170 for four - their best sixes tally against New Zealand.
# AB de Villiers, with his unbeaten 47 off 39 balls, took his aggregate in Twenty20 Internationals to 491 at an average of 25.84 in 26 matches - the second highest for South Africa, next only to Graeme Smith (719).
# Albie Morkel (40 of 18 balls) was adjudged the Man of the Match for the second time in Twenty20 Internationals for recording his highest score against New Zealand.
# Albie Morkel posted five sixes in an innings for the first time in his Twenty20 International career.
# South Africa's 13-run victory is their fourth in a row against New Zealand. They have recorded four wins out of five against New Zealand in Twenty20 Internationals.
# South Africa, with their 11th win in 14 games, have equalled Pakistan's tally in the ICC World Twenty20. Their success rate of 78.57 is the highest by any team in the ICC World Twenty20.