Because the game ended in the 37th over, New Zealand are recorded as winning with a net run rate of +1.048. The most comprehensive victory of the round, (England over Australia) only got +0.96. This is clearly not right.
During the lead up to the 1992 World Cup there were a number of statisticians who expressed some doubts about the Benaud system of dealing with rain shortened matches. The system was flawed, but the thought was that a flawed system that was easy was better than a more complicated system like Duckworth-Lewis. The semi-final between South Africa and England proved that completely wrong.
Hopefully the ICC can wake up to this issue before a tournament is damaged by the best team missing out through net run rates.
Here's my points tables, using the modified Duckworth-Lewis method.