England were in record-breaking mood in the fourth T20I against New Zealand. Here are the statistical highlights from a barnstorming performance.

182 – The partnerships between Dawid Malan and Eoin Morgan was England’s highest in men’s T20I cricket, the fourth-highest by any side, and the highest by any side for the second wicket or lower.

241 – England’s 241-3 was their highest men’s T20I total, and the second-highest by any team against New Zealand.

[caption id=”attachment_126478″ align=”alignnone” width=”800″] Malan became the second Englishman to make a T20I hundred[/caption]

48 – Balls taken by Dawid Malan to reach his hundred, beating the 60 balls taken by Alex Hales in reaching England’s only other men’s T20I ton. Tammy Beaumont’s 47-ball hundred is the fastest by an English cricketer in all T20Is.

21 – Balls taken by Eoin Morgan to reach 50, the fastest for England in T20Is.

[caption id=”attachment_126477″ align=”alignnone” width=”800″] Tammy Beaumont’s 2018 century against South Africa remains the fastest in T20Is by an English cricketer[/caption]

4-47 – Matt Parkinson’s figures were the second-most expensive four-for in T20Is.

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7 – Sixes hit by Morgan in his 91, the joint-most for England in a T20I innings. Morgan himself has hit seven sixes in an innings on two other occasions.

168 – Runs hit by England in the last 11 overs of the innings, the second-most in a men’s T20I.