India vs Bangladesh ODIs: Interesting stats and trivia | Cricket News – Times of India

Team India are staring down the barrel of a series loss against Bangladesh. After a narrow 1 wicket loss in the first ODI in Mirpur, Rohit Sharma and co. will have to be at their best in the second ODI on Wednesday, if they want to keep the 3 match series alive.
Overall, India have 30 wins against the Bangla Tigers in 37 ODIs played overall between the two teams. Bangladesh have won 6 and one ended in a No Result.
Ahead of the second ODI on Wednesday, here takes a look at some very interesting stats and trivia involving India and Bangladesh in ODIs:
# Bangladesh’s one-wicket win against India at Mirpur on December 4, 2022 was their third by such a margin in ODIs.
# Bangladesh’s first two wins by one wicket were at Harare on February 10, 2007 and at Chattogram on November 5, 2009 – both against Zimbabwe.
# India enjoy a success % of 83.33 against Bangladesh (16.66%) – 30 wins, 6 losses and one no-result game out of 37 contested.
# Virat Kohli, with 689 runs (ave 68.90), including 3 hundreds and 3 fifties, in 13 innings, at a strike rate of 98.42 is the top run-getter on either side in ODIs.
# Rohit Sharma, with 687 runs at an average of 57.25, including three hundreds and two fifties, in 14 innings, at a strike rate of 93.08, has the next best tally.
# For Bangladesh, Mushfiqur Rahim, with 646 runs at an average of 34.00, including a hundred and three fifties, in 22 innings, has the highest tally.
# Virat and Rohit, with three centuries each, jointly hold a record in ODIs involving India and Bangladesh.
# Shakib Al Hasan, with 24 wickets at 33.20 runs apiece, in 19 matches, is the top wicket-taker on either side in ODIs involving India and Bangladesh.
# Shakib Al Hasan, not only produced his first five-wicket haul (5/36 at Mirpur on December 4, 2022) against India in ODIs but also his best bowling performance at home.
# Shakib has recorded two instances of five wickets vs Zimbabwe and one each against Afghanistan and India. Bangladesh won all four games when he captured 5 wickets.
# Mashrafe Mortaza, with 23 wickets at 37.04 runs apiece, in 20 matches is the next highest wicket-taker in ODIs involving India and Bangladesh.
# For India, Ajit Agarkar, with 16 wickets (ave 17.93) in eight matches is the top wicket-taker.
# For the fourth time, an ODI team (Bangladesh) while chasing, has posted a 50-plus tenth wicket stand (unbroken 51 between Mehidy Hasan Miraz and Mustafizur Rahman) in a one-wicket triumph.
# The first three teams to accomplish the above feat were – West Indies, Kenya & Australia.
# Shakib is the second left-arm spinner to produce a five-wicket haul against India in ODIs.
# Shakib’s excellent figures were the best by a left-arm spinner against India, outstripping the 5 for 57 by England’s Ashley Giles in Delhi on January 31, 2002.
# Shakib (29 + 5/36) is the first left-arm bowler to produce a five-wicket haul and play a 25 run-plus innings in a winning cause against India in ODIs.
# Ebadot Hossain (4/47 on Dec.4,2022), playing in his second ODI, recorded his first four-wicket haul in ODIs, beating the 2 for 38 against Zimbabwe at Harare on Aug 10, 2022.
# Lokesh Rahul’s second fifty (73 on December 4,2022) against Bangladesh is his 11th in ODIs. His first fifty against them was 77 in the WC fixture at Birmingham on July 2, 2019.
# Mohammed Siraj (3/32 at Mirpur on December 4, 2022) has recorded his best bowling performance away from home in ODIs.
# The above performance is Siraj’s second best behind the 3 for 29 vs West Indies at Ahmedabad on February 11, 2022.
# Mehidy Hasan Miraz (38 not out + 1/43 on December 4, 2022) received his fifth Man of the Match award in ODIs and his first against India.
Stats Courtesy: Rajesh Kumar

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