Bryan Waddle, Jeremy Coney and Peter McGlashan go through all the records that were broken on day 3 of the first test in Hamilton.
The Black Caps need six more wickets to claim victory at stumps on day three of the first test against Bangladesh in Hamilton.
The day will be remembered for New Zealand's 715 for six declared, the side's highest score in test history.
Kane Williamson finished with 200 not out, while Colin de Grandhomme finished up on 76 not out.
Bangladesh then reached 174 for four in the second half of the day still needing 307 more runs to make the Black Caps bat again.