New Zealand equals India's world record, Tim Southee breaks Shakib Al Hasan's record
The performance of the New Zealand team against Sri Lanka under the captaincy of Kane Williamson was excellent and this team won by 65 runs. The team's middle-order batsman Glenn Phillips and then the fast bowlers contributed tremendously to the victory of the Kiwi team. Not only this, but on the basis of Glenn Phillips's century, New Zealand's team also equaled India's world record in this match, while Tim Southee broke Shakib Al Hasan's record.
New Zealand equals India's world record
India was number one for most centuries in T20 International cricket, but now the Kiwi team has also come jointly with Team India. Glenn Phillips scored 104 off 64 balls against Sri Lanka and this was New Zealand's 10th century in T20Is. Now both countries have come on equal footing in terms of scoring centuries in T20Is, while Australia and South Africa are at number two with 7-7 centuries.
Most individual centuries by teams in T20Is-
10 - New Zealand
10 - India
7 - Australia
7 - South Africa
Tim South breaks Shakib Al Hasan's record
As soon as Tim Southee dismissed Sri Lankan batsman Pathum Nissenka in this match, he became the number one wicket-taker in T20Is and left Shakib Al Hasan behind.
Top 4 bowlers with most wickets in T20Is-
126 - Tim Southee
125 - Shakib Al Hasan
119 - Rashid Khan
107 - Lasith Malinga
Trent Boult made his career-best bowling in T20I
In this match, Trent Boult bowled deadly for New Zealand and he took 4 wickets for 13 runs in 4 overs, while Mitchell Santran and Ish Sodhi got two and Tim Southee and Lockie Ferguson got one success each. In this match, Trent Boult also did the best bowling of his T20 International cricket career.