Nidahas Trophy 2018, Bangladesh vs India, 5th T20I – Statistical Highlights
All the stats and numbers that were recorded during India’s third consecutive win in the tournament.
Published - Mar 14, 2018 11:05 pm | Updated - Mar 14, 2018 11:05 pm
India qualified for the final of the Nidahas Trophy by registering their 3rd consecutive victory with a convincing 17-run win against Bangladesh. The Indian captain Rohit Sharma finally contributed towards his team’s victory with an 89-run knock. Contributions from Shikhar Dhawan (35) and Suresh Raina (47) helped India to finish with 176/3 in the 20 overs. Washington Sundar cleaned up Bangladesh’s top three before Mushfiqur Rahim scored an unbeaten 72-run knock but in a losing cause.
All the stats and numbers that were recorded during India’s third consecutive win in the tournament:
1 – Mohammed Siraj became the first Indian bowler to concede 40+ runs in three consecutive T20I innings. He registered figures of 1/53 on his T20I debut, 1/45 in the 2nd T20I and 1/50 in this game. Siraj conceded 148 runs in the three T20I matches at an economy rate of 12.33.
2 – Siraj also became the 2nd Indian bowler to conceded fifty runs in a T20I game on two different occasions. Yuzvendra Chahal was the first to achieve this unwanted feat as he gave away 52 in the Indore T20I last year and 64 runs in Centurion T20I in February.
3 – Mushfiqur Rahim became the 3rd Bangladesh player to score fifties in consecutive T20I innings after Shakib Al Hasan and Tamim Iqbal. Rahim scored unbeaten 72 in this game and also against Sri Lanka in the previous game.
6 – Rohit Sharma involved in six century partnerships in the T20I format. These are the most by an Indian surpassing Virat Kohli who featured in five 100-run stands. Overall, only Martin Guptill (8) and Alex Hales (7) were involved in more century stands that Rohit in this format.
19.1 – India batting 19.1 overs before losing the 2nd wicket in this game is the longest for them in a T20I. India batted 18.3 overs scoring 243 runs in the 2017 Indore T20I against Sri Lanka. The 172 runs India made in this game for the first two wickets are the 2nd most in a T20I behind the 243 in the Indore game.
50 – Bangladesh became the 2nd team to be defeated in 50 T20I matches. Sri Lanka became the first team to lose 50 T20I games after Bangladesh defeated them in the previous game.
50 – Number of stumpings in the Twenty20 format for Dinesh Karthik. He became the 4th wicketkeeper after Kamran Akmal (92), MS Dhoni (70) and Kumar Sangakkara (60) to affect 50 stumpings in T20s.
89 – Rohit Sharma’s 89-run knock is the highest individual score in the T20Is between India and Bangladesh. He surpassed his 83-run innings that came in the Asia Cup T20 tournament in 2014.
102 – Suresh Raina and Rohit Sharma’s 102-run partnership is the 4th century partnership for the 2nd wicket in T20I cricket for India with all of them involving Rohit. India’s stand-in skipper put on three century stands with Virat Kohli for the 2nd wicket.