Statistical highlights: Bangladesh vs Ireland

Updated: 09 June 2009 06:30 IST

Following is the statistical highlights of the ICC World Twenty20 Group A match between Bangladesh and Ireland, on Monday.

Statistical highlights: Bangladesh vs Ireland
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Trent Bridge:

Following is the statistical highlights of the ICC World Twenty20 Group A match between Bangladesh and Ireland, here on Monday.

  • Niall O'Brien (40 off 25 balls) has registered his best innings in Twenty20 Internationals. His feat of three sixes is an Ireland record.

  • Niall O'Brien has received his first Man of the Match award in Twenty20 Internationals.

  • With an unbeaten 33 and two wickets for 30 runs, Mashrafe Mortaza became the first all-rounder from Bangladesh to post 30-plus and capture two wickets in the same ICC World Twenty20 game.

  • Niall Brien and Porterfield were associated in a 55-run stand for the second wicket, which is Ireland's best for this wicket-position in Twenty20 Internationals.

  • Ireland have posted their fourth victory in Twenty20 Internationals. Ireland's six-wicket victory is their biggest in Twenty20 Internationals.

  • Ireland (138/4) have registered their highest total in Twenty20 Internationals.

  • Bangladesh became the first team to have lost six consecutive matches in the ICC World Twenty20.

  • Kevin O'Brien (39 not out off 17 balls) has registered his best score in Twenty20 Internationals.

  • Trent Johnston (3/20) has recorded his best bowling performance in Twenty20 Internationals.

  • Topics : Cricket Sreesanth
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