* Bangladesh, for the first time, have won two consecutive ODIs vs India – by 79 runs on June 18, 2015 and by 6 wickets on June 21, 2015 – both vs India in the present series.
* With two consecutive victories in the current series, Bangladesh have won ten ODIs in succession in ODIs in Bangladesh – five vs Zimbabwe, three vs Pakistan and two vs India – between November 21, 2014 and June 21, 2015.
* The above sequence is their best winning sequence in ODIs at home.
* With their aforesaid wins, Bangladesh have qualified for the ICC Champions Trophy 2017.
* Bangladesh have won five ODIs out of 31 played (lost 25 and NR 1) against India – winning % 16.66. They have won eight out of 25 against New Zealand and seven out of 28 against West Indies amongst the top eight teams.
* Bangladesh, for the first time in ODIs, have won a bilateral series vs India. They had lost the first three bilateral series in 2004-05, 2007 and 2014.
* Bangladesh have won five games out of 31 played (lost 25 and NR 1) against India in ODIs- Among the top eight nations, they have won eight out of 25 against New Zealand and seven out of 28 against West Indies.
* Shikhar Dhawan’s first half century vs Bangladesh is his 13th in ODIs. He has registered three fifties in a losing cause in 21 ODIs – the first two being 94 vs Sri Lanka at Fatullah on February 28, 2014.
* With 544 runs at an average of 38,85 in 14 matches, Dhawan is the top run-scorer for India in ODIs this year. His tally includes two hundreds and two fifties.
* India have been dismissed for 200 or less against Bangladesh on three occasions – the second most among the top eight teams behind the West Indies’ four instances.
* In India’s innings three batsmen have registered ducks – Rohit Sharma, Ambati Rayudu and Axar Patel – the second such instance for India against Bangladesh – the first being in the Port of Spain ODI on March 17, 2007 – the batsmen were MS Dhoni, Harbhajan Singh and Ajit Agarkar.
* Mahendra Singh Dhoni became the sixth Indian batsman to complete 500 runs or more in ODIs in Bangladesh – his tally being 541 runs at an average of 54.10 in 19 matches. Virat Kohli (945), Sachin Tendulkar (827), Sourav Ganguly (736), Gautam Gambhir (732) and Virender Sehwag (724) had previously accomplished the feat.
* Mustafizur has become the third Bangladeshi bowler to bag six wickets in an innings in ODIs. Mashrafe Mortaza had taken 6 for 26 vs Kenya at Nairobi (Gym) on August 15, 2006 and Rubel Hossain – 6 for 26 vs New Zealand at Mirpur on October 29, 2013.
* Mustafizur is the first bowler to capture eleven wickets (ave.8.45) in his first two ODIs.
* Mustafizur has deservingly received his second Man of the Match award in ODIs.
* Mustafizur is the second bowler to bag five wickets or more in each of his first two games in ODIs – 5 for 50 on June 18, 2015 and 6 for 43 (the best by a Bangladeshi bowler vs India) on June 21, 2015 – both against India at Mirpur. Brian Vitori (Zimbabwe) was the first bowler to produce two five-wicket hauls in his first two games – 5 for 30 on August 12, 2011 and 5 for 20 on August 14, 2011 – both against Bangladesh at Harare.
* Shakib (51 not out) has recorded 36 innings of fifty-plus in ODIs – 6 hundreds and 30 fifties. He has equalled Tamim Iqbal’s feat of 6 centuries and 30 fifties, sharing a Bangladesh record in ODIs.