In the match against Pakistan, the first batsman, Finn Allen, broke the century record previously held by Brendon McCullum.

Allen scored 137 runs from 62 deliveries, contributing to his team's total of 224 for 7 in their first innings.

During his batting performance in Dunedin, Allen hit a string of sixes, which resulted in the breaking of records.

 Pakistan's bowling was consistently delivered at an insufficient length, causing Allen to exploit their bowling.

Allen's 16 sixes are the most in a T20I innings, helping him reach a fifty in 26 balls and a century in 48.

Mohammad Rizwan, the batsman for Pakistan, offered Babar some assistance with his score of 24 for a short period of time.

 Despite the back-to-back dismissals of Tim Seifert and Daryl Mitchell, Allen continued to perform without being halted.

However, despite the fact that Allen scored 137 runs off of 62 balls, including five fours, his performance was not particularly impressive.