Statistical highlights of Friday's Sri Lanka-Bangladesh tri-series one-day international in Mirpur.
# Sri Lanka is the first team to post wins in all the three games in the present competition -- two against Bangladesh and one against India.
# Sri Lanka's net run-rate is +0.614 while Bangladesh's net run-rate is -0.626.
# Sri Lanka's nine-wicket triumph is their 26th in 28 games played against Bangladesh.
# Sri Lanka's overall ODI record reads: Won 276, Lost 294, NR 23 and Tied 3 out of 596 contested - winning % 48.42.
# Bangladesh's overall ODI record reads as: Won 55, Lost 157, NR 2 out of 214 played - winning % 25.94.
# Upul Tharanga aggregated 162 runs in three innings at an average of 81.00, including one hundred at a strike rate of 85.71.
# Kumar Sangakkara is second in the list with 151 runs at an average of 75.50, including two fifties.
# Chanaka Welegedara, with five wickets at 21.00 runs apiece, is the leading wicket-taker in the competition.
# Tharanga (118 not out) has recorded his third century against Bangladesh - his eighth in ODIs.
# Tharanga has registered six hundreds for a winning cause. His unbeaten 118 is his highest innings in Bangladesh and his second highest -- his career-best being the 120 against England at Lord's on June 17, 2006.
# Tharanga has got his sixth Man of the Match award in ODIs -- his third against Bangladesh.
# Tharanga and Jayawardene were involved in a stand of 215 for the first wicket, which is a record for the first wicket against Bangladesh in Bangladesh, obliterating the 143 between Herschelle Gibbs and Graeme Smith for South Africa at Chittagong on March 9, 2008.
# The 215-run partnership is a first-wicket record for Sri Lanka against Bangladesh, bettering the 201 between Sanath Jayasuriya and Kumar Sangakkara at Karachi on June 30, 2008.
# The partnership is the highest for any wicket against Bangladesh in Bangladesh, outstripping the 205 for the third wicket by Pakistan pair, Ijaz Ahmed and Moin-ul-Atiq at Chittagong on October 29, 1988.
# Jayawardene (108 off 117 balls) recorded his 12th century in ODIs -- his first against Bangladesh. He has posted nine hundreds on foreign soil and three in Sri Lanka.
# Jayawardene enjoys an excellent record -- all his twelve
hundreds have resulted in the victories.
# Both the openers scoring hundreds for Sri Lankan against Bangladesh in the same innings -- a feat happened for the second time - the first occasion was the 2008 Karachi ODI when Sanath Jayasuriya (130) and Sangakkara (121) had made hundreds.