India vs Bangladesh: 1st Test, Day 5 highlights

Updated: 21 January 2010 11:43 IST

Following are the statistical highlights of the final day of the first Test between India and Bangladesh on Thursday.

India vs Bangladesh: 1st Test, Day 5 highlights

Chittagong:

Following are the statistical highlights of the final day of the first Test between India and Bangladesh on Thursday.

  • Mushfiqur Rahim (101) has posted his maiden Test century and became the first Bangladeshi wicketkeeper to register a century against India.

  • Khaled Mashud was the first wicketkeeper to post a hundred in Tests - 103 not out against West Indies at Gros Islet in May 2004.

  • Mushfiqur has established a record with his 112-ball hundred - the fastest for Bangladesh in Test Cricket. Habibul Bashar had reached his hundred off 116 balls while scoring 113 off 131 balls against West Indies at Gros Islet in 2004.

  • Amit Mishra's superb bowling figures of four for 92 are his best away from home. The said figures are his second best - his career-best being 5 for 71 against Australia at Mohali in October 2008.

  • For the second time in a Test match, Mishra (7 for 158) has bagged seven wickets - his first instance and the career-best being 7 for 106 against Australia at Mohali in 2008-09.

  • Sreesanth's tally of 10 no-balls (7 + 3) in the Test is a record for India in a Test match against Bangladesh.

  • India's fifth triumph in six Tests over Bangladesh is their 33rd in 212 overseas Tests - lost 88 and drawn 91 - winning % 15.56.

  • India's winning% over Bangladesh is 83..33. Thanks to India's hat-trick of wins - two against Sri Lanka - one each at Kanpur and Mumbai followed by one against Bangladesh at Chittagong, their winning % overall in Tests has improved to 23.50.

  • India have won 102, lost 136 and drawn 195 apart from one tied Test out of 434 contested

  • Bangladesh (301) have recorded their highest total in the second innings of a Test match against India, obliterating the 253 at Mirpur in May 2007.

  • The 113-run win is India's narrowest victory margin over Bangladesh.

  • Virender Sehwag has led India in three Tests, guiding India to the second win at Chittagong - his first being a 259-run victory over Sri Lanka at Ahmedabad in 2005-06.

  • Bangladesh's aforesaid defeat is their 25th in 30 Tests in Bangladesh - winning % 3,33. They have won just one by 226 runs against Zimbabwe at Chittagong in January 2005. The remaining four Tests have failed to produce results.

  • Bangladesh's winning % overall is 4.83 - three wins, 53 losses and six drawn Tests out of 62 played.

  • Ishant Sharma's brilliant figures of three for 48 are his best against Bangladesh, bettering the 2 for 47 in the first innings of the just concluded Test.

  • Rahul Dravid, in India-Bangladesh Tests, became the first fielder to take ten catches, taking his career tally to 191 in 138 matches, extending his world record.

  • Tamim Iqbal (52) has registered his first fifty against against India - his third in Tests.

  • Tamim' has produced his best performance in a Test match in Bangladesh - 83 (31 + 52).

  • Virender Sehwag, with Tamim's wicket, has not only claimed his first wicket against Bangladesh but his first as captain.

  • Mahmudullah has produced his best performance in a Test match - 89 (69 + 20).

  • Virender Sehwag has taken four catches in the Chittagong Test - his best performance as a fielder against Bangladesh.

  • The 60-run stand is the highest for the eighth wicket at Chittagong's Zohur Ahmed Chowdhury Stadium, beating the 56 between Abdur Razzak and Shahadat Hossain against South Africa in February 2008.

  • Mushfiqur and Rubel Hossain have shared 43-run stand for the tenth wicket - Bangladesh's highest against India,

  • Sachin Tendulkar has received his 13th MOM award - the highekst tally by an Indian.



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