New Zealand defeated Afghanistan by 6 wickets at McLean
Park, which was the first World Cup matche between the two countries. See New Zealand v Afghanistan.
Daniel Vettori took 4/18 in the match, which was the second time
that he has taken four wickets in a World Cup match, see Notable Performances in World Cup, and he has now taken 33
wickets at an average of 30.21. See Players
Taking Most Career World Cup Wickets. Also, it took his aggregate to 302 ODI
wickets, and he became the first New Zealand player to reach the 300 wickets milestone.
See New Zealand Players taking 300 Career Wickets.