13 Batsmen who have scored Test hundreds against all nine other Test nations; Kane Williamson became the latest to join the list. The others are Gary Kirsten, Steve Waugh, Sachin Tendulkar, Rahul Dravid, Marvan Atapattu, Brian Lara, Adam Gilchrist, Ricky Ponting, Kumar Sangakkara, Mahela Jayawardene, Jacques Kallis and Younis Khan.
50 Tests in which Williamson achieved the complete set, the fastest in terms of matches played. The previous quickest was Sangakkara, who achieved it in his 69th Test. Williamson is also the quickest in terms of innings: he has achieved it in 91 innings, while the previous best was Sangakkara's 114. Williamson is also the quickest in terms of age - no other player has done it before 30, while Williamson is a day short of 26 - and in terms of least hundreds needed to complete the set.
50.48 Williamson's career average after the first innings of his 50th Test; it is the first time his career average has topped 50 since his second Test, when he averaged 68.
14 Test hundreds for Williamson. Among New Zealand batsmen, only Martin Crowe (17) and Ross Taylor (15) have more.
2 New Zealand batsmen who have scored more Test runs than Taylor, who went past Crowe's aggregate of 5444 in the first innings of this Bulawayo Test. Only Brendon McCullum (6453) and Stephen Fleming (7172) have a better aggregate among New Zealand batsmen.
285.5 Taylor's Test average against Zimbabwe. In five innings against them, his scores are 76, 76, 122*, 173*, and 124*.
582/4 New Zealand's score, their highest in a Test innings against Zimbabwe. Their previous best was 576 for 6 declared, in the first Test of this series. Before this series, their best against Zimbabwe was 495 for 7 declared. This is the first New Zealand have made two 550-plus scores in a Test series.
3 Stands of 150 or more in the New Zealand innings, the first time they have had three 150-plus stands in a Test innings.
2002 The last time Zimbabwe's opening partnership survived 30 overs in a Test innings. Since 2000, there have only been four instances when their openers have batted more than 30 overs in Tests. The last time they added 50-plus for the opening wicket was 28 innings ago, against Pakistan in Bulawayo in 2011, when Tino Mawoyo and Vusi Sibanda added 71.