AB De Villiers reached the milestone of 9000 ODI runs in a quick succession, while the New Zealand innings ended in the twinkle of an eye. Here are the statistical highlights of the third ODI between New Zealand and South Africa at Wellington.
9000 Runs completed by AB De Villiers in ODIs. He becomes the fastest to score 9000 ODI runs in just 205 innings going past Saurav Galguly’s record of 228 innings.
100 Strike rate for AB De Villiers in ODIs, most by any batsmen having 9000-plus runs. Second best is Australia’s Adam Gilchrist, who has a strike rate of 96.94 in 287 matches with 9619 ODI runs.
6 Wickets fallen of the New Zealand innings within 60 runs since 2007. Last time New Zealand lost their six wickets for less than 60 runs was against Sri Lankan at Auckland when they lose for just 39 runs.
112 New Zealand bowled out this inning, their seventh lowest overall and lowest against South Africa at home. 73 against Sri Lanka in 2007 at Auckland is their lowest total at home.