Ravichandran Ashwin is the 2nd fastest to 250 wickets in terms of time    IANS
Ravichandran Ashwin is the 2nd fastest to 250 wickets in terms of time IANS

2nd hundred for Mushfiqur Rahim against India in Tests. He became the first Bangladesh batsman to score two tons against India. Overall, this was his 5th Test century, 3rd-most by a Bangladeshi batsman. He went past Mominul Haque and Shakib Al Hasan s tally of 4 tons each. Mushfiqur is now only behind Mohammad Ashraful (6) and Tamim Iqbal (8). Moreover, Mushfiqur has 314 runs against India, the 2nd-most against by a Bangladeshi player after Ashraful (386). He went past Tamim s tally of 296. FULL CRICKET SCORECARD: India vs Bangladesh, one-off Test at Hyderabad

250 wickets for Ravichandran Ashwin in Tests. He reached this landmark in just 45 Tests and became the quickest to 250 wickets. The previous record holder was Dennis Lillee, who achieved this feat in 48 Tests. The previous quickest Indian to take 250 wickets was Anil Kumble, in 55 Tests.

2nd fastest to reach 250 wickets in terms of time. Ashwin took 5 years 95 days to achieve this feat. Graeme Swann, the fastest, took 250 wickets in just 4 years 345 days. Apart from Ashwin and Swann, only two bowlers have reached the landmark in less than six years: Ian Botham (5 years 107 days) and Shane Warne (5 years 182 days).

262 balls faced by Mushfiqur during his knock of 127 runs. This is the 2nd-most balls faced by a Bangladeshi batsman against India after Aminul Islam (145 runs in 380 balls in Bangladesh s first ever Test). Mushfiqur broke Ashraful s record of 158* from 194 balls in 2004-05.

12 spinners have taken 250 wickets in Tests, of which 4 (Bishan Singh Bedi, Kumble, Harbhajan Singh and Ashwin) are from India. No other team have even 3 players. Ashwin is also the 6th Indian bowler to take 250 wickets after Kumble (619), Kapil Dev (434), Harbhajan (417), Zaheer Khan (311) and Bedi (266).

4 wickets for Ashwin in this Test so far; all were of left-handed batsman. Ashwin has dismissed left-handers 135 times in Test cricket. He is behind only Muttiah Muralitharan (191), Shane Warne (172), Kumble (167) and Harbhajan (139).

388 runs scored by Bangladesh. This is their 2nd-highest total against an Asian team in away match (after 638 against Sri Lanka in 2012-13). This is also their 2nd-highest total against India after 400 in 2000-01, in their first ever Test.

9th score of fifty by Cheteshwar Pujara in 2016-17. This is the most number of fifties score by a No. 3 batsman in a home season. He went past Ricky Ponting s tally of 8, in 2005-06.

911 runs for Pujara in this season. This is the 2nd-highest runs in a home season by a No. 3 batsman. Pujara is only behind Ponting s tally of 965 runs, in 2003-04.

1st instance of both the Indian openers scoring 10 or less in an innings against Bangladesh: Murali Vijay scored 7 and KL Rahul 10.

127.5 overs faced by Bangladesh in their first innings. This is the 2nd-most number of overs faced by them against India. The record is of 153.3 overs against India in 2000-01.

3 Indian pacers bowled at least 20 overs, the 1st such instance at home since 2008. The last time this happened was in April 2008 against South Africa at Ahmedabad. Overall, this was the 6th instance of three Indian pacers bowling 20 overs each at home innings at home.

299 run-lead was not sufficient for India did not enforce the follow-on. The last time India enforced the follow-on at home was against Australia in 2012-13 at the same venue of Hyderabad.