Following are the statistical highlights of the ODI between Sri Lanka and Bangladesh on Monday. Sri Lanka became the first nation to have won 25 matches against Bangladesh
Sri Lanka (261 for three) have registered their second highest against Bangladesh in Bangladesh - their highest being the 309 for seven at Chittagong on February 25, 2006.
Sri Lanka's seven-wicket triumph is their sixth in eight matches against Bangladesh in Bangladesh.
Bangladesh's 260 for 7 is their second highest total against Sri Lanka, next only to the 265 for 9 at Mohali on October 7, 2006.
Overall, Bangladesh's aforesaid total is their fifth highest in Bangladesh - their only total of 300 in Bangladesh is 301 for 7 against Kenya at Bogra on March 17, 2006.
Mahmudullah (45) has recorded his highest innings against Sri Lanka, eclipsing the 36 at Colombo RPS on July 25, 2007.
Mohammad Ashraful and Mahmudullah have added 95 for the sixth wicket, which is Bangladesh's highest against Sri Lanka
Naeem Islam (22 not out) has registered his highest innings against Sri Lanka, bettering the 21 at Dhaka on January 16, 2009.
Mohammad Ashraful's 75 off 94 balls is his fourth fifty against Sri Lanka - his 20th fifty in ODIs. His knock is his highest against Sri Lanka, eclipsing the 66 at Colombo RPS on July 23, 2004.
Kumar Sangakkara's 74 off 73 balls is his fourth fifty against Bangladesh - his 52nd fifty overall.
Tillakaratne Dilshan is the eighth Sri Lankan to aggregate 4,000 runs in ODIs.
Dilshan has posted his sixth ODI hundred - his first against Bangladesh - all made on foreign soil.
Dilshan has got his seventh Man of the Match award - his fifth against Bangladesh.
Dilshan and Sangakkara were involved in a partnership of 148, which is Sri Lanka's highest for the second wicket against Bangladesh.