If it was the Eoin Morgan show the other day in Manchester, it was the turn of David Warner on Thursday to demoralise the Bangladesh attack. Australia had a splendid day with the bat and broke a few World Cup records on the way.
166 Runs scored by David Warner - the second highest for Australia in World Cups. Warner holds the record for the highest score as well when he made 178 against Afghanistan in Perth, in 2015.
2 150-plus scores for David Warner in World Cups. No other cricketer has managed to score more than one in the history of the tournament. This is also David Warner's sixth individual score of 150 or above in ODIs. Only Rohit Sharma with seven has more such scores.
WATCH on Hotstar - Warner's scintillating 166 (India only)
1 Instances in World Cups for Australia where the first two wickets have had a century partnership. This is only the fourth time in World Cup history that this has been achieved.
110 Innings taken for David Warner to score his 16th hundred. Only Hashim Amla got there faster, in 94 innings. Warner is joint second fastest along with Virat Kohli. Mark Waugh and Ricky Ponting are the only ones to have more than 16 centuries for Australia.
173 Runs scored by Australia in the last 15 overs, the second most in this tournament. Only England managed to score more, when they collected 198 against Afghanistan.
25 Runs scored by Australia in the 46th over, the moost in a single over in this World Cup. Previously, Bangladesh had scored 24 against West Indies in the 38th over.
2 Scores higher than 381 that Australia have managed in ODIs. This is their second-highest World Cup score, and the fourth highest score overall against Bangladesh in ODIs. Incidentally two of the top four scores have come in Nottingham.
714 Match aggregate at Nottingham. - Most in a World Cup match. Four of the top seven total aggregates have taken place in the 2019 edition.