Bangladesh v West Indies in Numbers

Staff Correpondent | Published: 00:15, Jun 18,2019 | Updated: 01:50, Jun 18,2019


Bangladesh’s Sakib al Hasan (L) and Liton Das shake hand at the end of their ICC World Cup match against West Indies in Taunton on Monday.— Reuters photo

1 - Bangladesh’s 322 against West Indies was their highest successful run-chase in World Cup overtaking their successful chase of Scotland’s 318-8 in the 2015 World Cup at Nelson. This was also the most successful run-chase by any team against the Caribbean side in World Cup. The previous record was held by Ireland when they chased down 305 runs against West Indies at Nelson in 2015 World Cup.

5 - Bangladesh all-rounder Sakib al Hasan on Monday smashed his fifth consecutive 50-plus innings in one-day internationals. With that, he equalled team-mate Tamim Iqbal’s previous five successive 50-plus innings from March 11 to November 20 in 2012.

96 - West Indies top-order batsman Shai Hope scored 96 off 121 balls which is the highest individual score for a Caribbean batsman against Bangladesh in World Cup.

189 - Sakib al Hasan and Liton Das on Monday put an unbeaten 189-run fourth wicket stand against West Indies and it was the highest World Cup partnership for Bangladesh for any wicket. Bangladesh’s previous highest total for any wicket was when Sakib and Mushfiqur Rahim shared a 142-run stand for the third wicket against South Africa at The Oval in this World Cup.

116 - Evin Lewis and Shai Hope put up 116 runs for the second wicket which is the highest partnership record for any wicket for West Indies against Bangladesh in a World Cup match.

321 - West Indies scored 321-8 against Bangladesh on Monday at Taunton, which is their highest World Cup total against the Asian nation.

6000 - Bangladesh’s ace all-rounder Sakib al Hasan added another milestone in his record-filled career when he became the second Bangladeshi batsman to score over 6,000 runs in ODIs. Sakib, was on 21, when he took a brace of Oshane Thomas’ 15th over to cross the 6,000-run mark. Previously, Tamim Iqbal had reached the landmark in January, 2018 against Zimbabwe.

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