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4th ODI : Bangladesh vs New Zealand at Dhaka – Statistical Highlights

- New Zealand capped HK Bennett for this game. He became the 163rd cricketer to represent New Zealand in one day games. He became the fourth New Zealand cricketer to make one day debut against Bangladesh. Others are – PG Fulton at Chittagong on 02.11.04 : PJ Ingram at Napier on 05.02.10 and AJ McKay at Napier on 05.02.10.

 

- HK Bennett captured three wickets conceding 44 runs in this game. He became the ninth New Zealand bowler to capture three or more wickets on debut.

 

- Shariar Nafees failed to open his account in this game to provide the fourth occasion of a Bangladesh opening batsmen scoring a duck against New Zealand in one day games. The other four are – Shahriar Hossain at Chelmsford on 17.05.99, Al Sahariar at Col-SSC on 23.09.02, Nafees Iqbal at Dhaka on 05.11.04 and Tamim Iqbal at Dhaka on 11.10.08.

 

- Shahriar Nafees' zero in this game provides the 57th occasion of a Bangladesh opening batsman scoring a duck against various oppositions in one day games. His duck in this game is his ninth as an opening batsman and he how holds the record for most zeroes by a Bangladesh opening batsman in one day games. Close behind him is Tamim Iqbal with seven ducks to his credit.

 

- Shakib Al Hasan scored 105 in this game providing the 20th occasion of a Bangladesh batsman scoring a hundred in one day games. His knock represents his fifth one day hundred which are – 134* vs Canada at St John's on 28.02.07 : 108 vs Pakistan at Multan on 16.04.08 : 104 vs Zimbabwe at Bulawayo on 11.08.09 : 105 vs Zimbabwe at Dhaka on 29.10.09 and 105 vs New Zealand at Dhaka on 14.10.10.

 

- With five hundreds to his credit, Shakib Al Hasan, now holds the record for most hundreds by a Bangladesh batsman. He wrested the record from Shariar Nafees who has scored four hundreds.

 

- Shakib Al Hasan's 106 in this game represent the second hundred by a Bangladesh batsman against New Zealand, the first being Imrul Kayes' 101 at Christchurch on 11.02.10. Thus Shakib Al Hasan's 106 represents the highest individual score by a Bangladesh batsman against New Zealand.

 

- Shakib Al Hasan's 106 in this game represent the 155th occasion of a captain scoring a hundred in one day games. His knock represents the fourth occasion of a Bangladesh captain scoring a hundred in one day games. The four occasions are – 109 by Mohammad Ashraful vs UAE at Lahore on 24.06.08 : 104 by Shakib Al Hasan vs Zimbabwe at Bulwayo on 11.08.09 : 105* vs Zimbabwe at Dhaka on 29.10.09 and 106 by Shakib Al Hasan vs New Zealand at Dhaka on 14.10.10.

 

- It is interesting to note that Shakib Al Hasan's three hundreds as captain are in the progressive order – 104, 105 and 106.

 

- KS Williamson scored 108 in this game to provide the 72nd occasion of a Bangladesh batsman scoring a hundred in one day games. His knock provide the third occasion of a New Zealand batsman scoring a hundred against Bangladesh in one day games. The other two occasions are – 102* by SP Fleming at North Sound in Apr 2007 and 103 by LRPL Taylor at Chittagong on 14.10.09. Thus KS Williamson's 108 in this game represents the highest individual score by a New Zealand batsman against Bangladesh in one day games.

 

- KS Williamson's 108 in this game was in a losing cause and provide the 267th occasion of a batsman's hundred going in vain in one day games, It also represents the 23rd occasion of a New Zealand batsman's hundred in a losing cause and the first such occasion by a New Zealand batsman against Bangladesh.

 

- KS Williamson's 108 in this game was in a losing cause and provide the fourth occasion of a batsman's hundred going in vain in one day games against Bangladesh. The other three occasions are – 100* by TM Dowlin of West Indies at Roseau on 28.07.09: 194* by CK Coventry of Zimbabwe at Bulawayo on 16.08.09 and 118* by BRM Taylor at Dhaka on 05.11.09.

 

- Bangladesh's win in this game by nine runs represents its 60th victory in one day games and its third against New Zealand. This win reprsents Bangladesh's fourth win by single digit margin. The other three occasions are – by nine runs vs New Zealand at Dhaka on 05.10.10 : by eight runs vs Zimbabwe at Harare on 10.03.04 and by five runs vs England at Bristol on 10.07.10.

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