India vs Bangladesh 2nd ODI stats review: Records tumble in low-scoring match
India had a lot to celebrate in the game against Bangladesh © AFP
By Bharath Ramaraj
Jun 17, 2014
In the second One-Day International (ODI) played between Bangladesh and India many records tumbled. It was a match where Bangladesh bowled out India for just 105 runs. However, India hit back to clean up Bangladesh for a mere 58 runs to win the game by 47 runs.
Here are some of the records for the match:
1) Taskin Ahmed recorded figures of five for 28. It was the fifth best figures achieved by a bowler on ODI debut. He is also the eighth bowler to take a five-wicket haul on debut.
2) Stuart Binny, India’s all-rounder took six wickets for four runs. It turned out to be the cheapest six-wicket haul in the history of ODIs. The previous record was held by Anil Kumble against the West Indies in the Hero Cup final in 1993 when he took six for 12.
3) Binny has the best figures by an Indian in ODIs now. The previous one was that six for 12 achieved by Kumble in the Hero Cup final.
4) India defended a total of 105 runs. It turned out to be the lowest (all out) total defended by anyone in the history of ODIs. The previous one was when India defended a target of 125 against Pakistan in the Rothmans Cup in 1984-85. India scored 125 and bowled out Pakistan for just 87 runs in that game.
5) By scoring just 105 runs, India also were bowled out for their lowest total against Bangladesh in ODIs. It was back in ICC World Cup 2007 when they were bowled out for 191 against Bangladesh.