Rohit Sharma went past Yuvraj Singh to record most sixes for India in T20Is © AFP
Rohit Sharma went past Yuvraj Singh to record most sixes for India in T20Is © AFP

7 T20 Internationals for India against Bangladesh and they have won all 7. This is their best record against any T20I side by far (they don’t have a 100% win record against any side after more than 2 matches). This is also Bangladesh’s joint-worst record against any side (they also have a 0-7 head-to-head against New Zealand). Pakistan hold the world record, with a 9-0 head-to-head against Zimbabwe in T20Is.

60 T20I wins for India now, joint 2nd-most in the world. South Africa also have 60 wins. Only Pakistan (74) have won more.

50 T20I defeats for Bangladesh. They became the 2nd, after Sri Lanka (51), to ‘achieve’ the 50-defeat landmark.

75 sixes for Rohit Sharma, the most by an Indian in T20Is. Rohit went past Yuvraj Singh (74). Rohit is also 8th on the overall list, after Chris Gayle (103), Martin Guptill (103), Brendon McCullum (91), Shane Watson (83), David Warner (79), Colin Munro (78), and Eoin Morgan (76).

89 by Rohit, the highest score by an Indian against Bangladesh. Rohit went past his own record of 82, which he had scored at Mirpur in 2015-16.

5 sixes hit by Rohit, the most by an Indian against Bangladesh in an innings. Rohit went past Yuvraj’s record of 4, at Trent Bridge in the 2009 World T20.

72* by Mushfiqur Rahim, his joint-highest score, in his 66th match. His other innings of 72* came against Sri Lanka earlier in the tournament.

Nidahas Trophy 2018, 5th T20I: India negate Mushfiqur Rahim threat to beat Bangladesh and enter final
Nidahas Trophy 2018, 5th T20I: India negate Mushfiqur Rahim threat to beat Bangladesh and enter final

0 Bangladeshi had scored a T20I fifty against India before Mushfiqur. Their previous highest was 44, scored by both Anamul Haque and Sabbir Rahman.

3/22 by Washington Sundar, his career-best, in his 5th match. His previous best was 2/21 against Sri Lanka earlier in this tournament.

159 runs for Sabbir against India, the most by a Bangladeshi. Mushfiqur (156) almost caught up with him towards the end.

32 wickets for Yuzvendra Chahal, now the 4th-most by an Indian. Chahal went past Ravindra Jadeja (31). Only Ravichandran Ashwin (52), Jasprit Bumrah (41), and Ashish Nehra (34) have more.

5 wickets for Rubel Hossain against India, the 2nd-most by a Bangladeshi. Only Al-Amin Hossain (7) has more.