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The third One-Day International (ODI) of series between Bangladesh and England was played at Chittagong. Bowling first, England did not had good start with the ball as Bangladesh openers Tamim Iqbal and Imrul Kayes added 80 runs for first wicket. Soon their batting line-up collapsed and were six-wickets down at the score of 192. England s leg-spinner Adil Rashid played major role in that collapse by scalping four-wickets in crunch situation and conceding only 43 runs. Later, wicketkeeper-batsman Mushfiqur Rahim played a key role in helping Bangladesh post a competitive total on board by scoring 67 off 62 balls. Bangladesh ended their batting with 277 runs with the loss of six wickets at the end of 50 overs.

In return, like Bangladesh, England also had good start with their openers James Vince and Sam Billings adding 63 runs for first wicket. After the fall of first wicket, Billings went on to score his maiden ODI fifty, a feat also followed by Ben Duckett s . England were at commanding position but soon they lost three-wickets and they were four down at 179. From there on, vice-captain Ben Stokes and captain Jos Buttler built a match changing partnership by putting up 48-run stand. Soon, Buttler got out and after him Moeen Ali too lost his wicket but Stokes and Chris Woakes ensured England s win the match by four wickets and series victory by 2-1. Abhishek Kumar presents some interesting statistical highlights from this clash.

First bilateral ODI series loss for Bangladesh at home after six consecutive ODI series win since November 2014.

5,000 ODI runs for Tamim Iqbal first batsman from Bangladesh to touch this landmark. Shakib Al Hasan is next in line from Bangladesh with 4,566 ODI runs.

80-run stand for first wicket by Bangladesh openers highest opening partnership for them against England in ODIs. Their previous highest opening stand in ODIs against England is 63, which was scored by same pair of Tamim Iqbal and Imrul Kayes in 2010, who added 80-run for first wicket in this match.

85-run stand for seventh wicket by Mushfiqur Rahim and Naeem Islam highest seventh wicket partnership for them against England in ODIs. Their previous highest seventh wicket stand in ODIs against England is 76, which was scored Aftab Ahmed and Mohammad Rafique in 2005. Overall, this is Bangladesh s third highest seventh wicket partnership in ODIs against any team and second highest at home.

Adil Rashid s bowling figures of 10-0-43-4 is the best by any spinner from England against Bangladesh in ODIs. Also, he became fourth spinner from England to take 50 or more wickets in ODIs and as an England s leg-spinner, he has the highest number of wickets.

10-wickets for Rashid in this series most by any English bowler in a bilateral ODI series in Bangladesh. Overall, Rashid s tally of 10-wickets is second most number of wickets by any bowler in a bilateral ODI series in Bangladesh after Vasbert Drakes of West Indies, who scalped 12-wickets in 2002.

62-runs conceded by Chris Woakes second most runs conceded by an English bowler against Bangladesh in ODIs. James Anderson holds the record for conceding most runs against Bangladesh by leaking 74 runs from his spell of 10 overs in 2010.

Total of 277 for six is second highest by Bangladesh against England in ODIs. Their highest total in ODIs against England is 288, which came in the first match of this series.

216-wickets for Mashrafe Mortaza in ODIs most by any Bangladesh bowler till now. He surpassed Shakib Al Hasan s tally of 215 ODI wickets.

England s highest successful chase against Bangladesh in ODIs. Overall, this was England s fourth highest successful chase against any team in ODIs outside England.

(Abhishek Kumar is a cricket devotee currently staffing with CricketCountry.com. He can be followed on Twitter @abhik2593 and on Facebook at abhicricket.kumar)