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Statistical highlights: India vs Bangladesh, tri-series, match 3

January 08, 2010 11:57 IST

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Following are statistical highlights of the third match in the tri-nation series between India and Bangladesh, played at the Sher-e-Bangla stadium in Mirpur, on Thursday.

#India's match-winning total of 297 for four is their second highest against Bangladesh -- the highest being 348 for five at Dhaka on December 27, 2004.

# Bangladesh (296 for six) posted their highest total against India.

# Bangladesh's aforesaid total is also their highest at the Sher-e-Bangla National stadium, Mirpur.

# Tamim Iqbal (60 off 42 balls) registered his highest innings against India.

# Mahmudullah and Naeem Islam added 58 (unbroken) for the seventh wicket -- Bangladesh's highest against India.

# Virat Kohli (91 off 102 balls) posted his fourth fifty -- his first against Bangladesh.

# Kohli's magnificent 91 is his highest innings on foreign soil and his second highest -- his career-best being the 107 against Sri Lanka at Kolkata last year.

# Kohli's aforesaid innings is the second best by an Indian on debut against Bangladesh, next only to Yuvraj Singh's unbeaten 102 in Dhaka on April 11, 2003.

# Mahmudullah's unbeaten 60 is his career-best innings in ODIs.

# India's six-wicket triumph is their 11th out of 12 contested against Bangladesh in Bangladesh.

# Mahendra Singh Dhoni's first hundred against Bangladesh is his seventh in ODIs -- his fourth as captain -- his sixth in a winning cause.

# Dhoni is the only ODI captain to have averaged over 60 and over 80 for winning cause as a batsman.

# Imrul Kayes (70 off 100 balls) has posted his first fifty in ODIs.

# Tamim recorded his fifty in only 33 balls -- the fastest for Bangladesh against India in ODIs.

# Tamim and Imrul Kayes set a record with their 80-run stand for the first wicket against India.

# Kohli and Dhoni put on 152 -- India's highest for the fourth wicket against Bangladesh.

# Suresh Raina and Dhoni put on 94 -- India's highest for the fifth wicket against Bangladesh.

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