Bangladesh vs Windies, 2018: 2nd ODI – Statistical Highlights
Here are all the major stats and numbers from Windies’ first win on the Bangladesh tour.
Updated - Dec 11, 2018 10:03 pm
After huge defeats in the Test series and a poor start to the ODI series against Bangladesh, the Windies bounced back with a close win in the Dhaka ODI to keep the series alive. Bangladesh finished on 255/7 after batting with the help of fifties from Tamim Iqbal (50), Mushfiqur Rahim (62) and Shakib Al Hasan (65). Shai Hope anchored the chase for the visiting team with an unbeaten century. Hope alone scored 146 off 144 balls to see his team through to a 4-wicket win with two balls to spare.
Here are all the major stats and numbers from Windies’ first win on the Bangladesh tour:
Hope’s solo effort:
146* – Shai Hope’s unbeaten 146 is the 4th highest individual score in the ODI format where the second best individual score is less than 30. Darren Bravo’s 27 is the second best individual score for the visitors in this game.
Sir Viv Richards’ unbeaten 189 in the 1984 Manchester ODI against England is highest in this list as the second highest score for Windies in that game was 26.
146* – Shai Hope’s 146 is the 4th highest individual score in an ODI run-chase by a wicketkeeper. MS Dhoni’s unbeaten 183 in the 2005 Jaipur ODI against Sri Lanka is the highest. Quinton de Kock scored 178 and 168* in 2016 and 2017 respectively while opening the innings.
The 146 by Hope is also the 2nd highest ODI score by a Windies keeper behind Denesh Ramdin’s 169 also against Bangladesh in the 2014 Basseterre ODI.
Tamim joins Shakib:
4000 – Runs Tamim Iqbal has scored in international cricket at the Shere-E-Bangla National Stadium in Mirpur, Dhaka. He became only the 2nd player to aggregate 4000 International runs at a venue. Shakib Al Hasan has 4075 runs across all three International formats at Mirpur. Mushfiqur Rahim is 3rd on this list with 3697 runs at Mirpur itself.
23 – Shakib Al Hasan’s fifty in this game was his 23rd score of 50+ in the ODI format at Mirpur. His 23 fifty-plus scores in ODIs in Dhaka are the most by any player at a venue in this format alongside Sanath Jayasuriya’s numbers at Colombo RPS.
The fab five touches 100:
100 – This game marked the 100th international game where Bangladesh’s five stalwarts Tamim Iqbal, Mushfiqur Rahim, Shakib Al Hasan, Mahmudullah and Mashrafe Mortaza played together. The fab five of Bangladesh cricket featured in 70 ODIs, 29 T20Is and one Test match together.
5 – Number of instances where all three of Tamim Iqbal, Mushfiqur Rahim and Shakib Al Hasan scored a fifty-plus in the same ODI. The first two were in the World Cup; in 2007 against India and in 2015 against Scotland. In 2018, three such instances have been recorded with the other two being against Sri Lanka in Dhaka and against Windies in Providence.
A rare loss for Bangladesh:
11-2 – Bangladesh’s win-loss record while defending a total of 200+ in Asia with Mustafizur Rahman in the playing XI. The Asia Cup final against India while defending their total of 222 was the other such instance for Bangladesh.
The Samuels passenger:
22.61 – Marlon Samuels’ batting average of 22.61 since the 2017 Champions Trophy is the lowest for any No.4 batsman in this period. Samuels scored 407 runs in 18 innings with two fifties and scored at a strike-rate of 63.89 which is also the lowest for any No.4 in this span.