India won the series in Jan-Feb 2020 5-0, although that included the 3rd and 4th matches which were tied and won by India in the Super Overs. By convention they are listed as ties.
These are the results of all India-NZ T20Is:
Interestingly, New Zealand was the only team to defeat India in their unexpected win in the first T20I World Championship in 2007.
The summary of match results based on the above listing:
If you include the two ties as wins for India, the sides are level with 8 wins apiece.
We now take up individual performances, starting with
Most runs (100 and above):
Led by current players Munro, Taylor and Sharma.
C Munro is the only century maker. He and RG Sharma both have 4 scores of 50+.
Highest individual scores (50 and above):
Williamson’s 95 in this series is NZ’s highest against India in NZ, surpassing TL Seifert’s 84 in 2019.
RG Sharma’s 65 in this series is the highest for India in NZ, surpassing SK Raina’s 61* in 2009.
The highest scoring rate here is 200.00, when SS Iyer made 58* off 29 balls and when Taylor made 54* in 27 balls during this series .
Most wickets (8 and above):
Best innings bowling (includes all 3wi and above):
While Santner has the best innings figures of 4-11, Bumrah’s 3-12 in this series is the best for India against NZ. The previous best was 3-28 by KH Pandya in India’s tour in 2019.
Most dismissals (5 and above):
Southee has the most catches as a fielder (11). Dhoni has the most dismissals as a keeper (9) including the most stumpings (3).
Most dismissals in an innings (3 and above):
Santner equalled the record in this series. Also note that opposing keepers Latham and Dhoni each made 3 dismissals in the same match in 2017.
All-round overall performance (see criteria in table):
Santner is the only one to qualify. Apart from 81 runs and 12 wickets, he also has 8 catches.
All-round match performance (20 runs and 2 wickets):
India’s SN Thakur is the only one here.