Nottingham: Following are the statistical highlights of the group A match between India and Bangladesh at the World Twenty20 Championships.
With his 50 off 46 balls, Gautam Gambhir is now the first Indian to have recorded five fifties in Twenty20 Internationals. Both Hayden and Gambhir share the record for most fifties (4) in the ICC World Twenty20.
With 277 runs at an average of 39.57, including four fifties, in seven innings, Gautam Gambhir is the top run-scorer in the ICC World Twenty20, bettering Matthew Hayden's runs tally of 265 (ave.88.33) in six innings.
With their 25 runs' victory, India became the first team to post five consecutive wins in the ICC World Twenty20.
Bangladesh became the second team after England to have lost five games in a row in the ICC World Twenty20.
Naeem Islam (2/32) has produced his best bowling performance in Twenty20 Internationals. He is the first all-rounder from Bangladesh and the third after Albie Morkel and England's Darren Maddy to make 25 or more (28) besides capturing two wickets in the same match in the ICC World Twenty20.
Pragyan Ojha (4/21) is the first Indian bowler and the fifth overall after Pakistan's Shahid Afridi and Umar Gul, New Zealand's Mark Gillespie and Bangladesh's Shakib Al Hasan to capture four wickets in an innings on debut in the ICC World Twenty20.
Yuvraj Singh is the second Indian batsman to aggregate 300 runs in Twenty20 Internationals - 303 at an average of 33.66 in ten innings.
Chris Gayle and Yuvraj now jointly hold a record for most sixes (16) in the ICC World Twenty20.