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5th ODI: Bangladesh vs New Zealand at Dhaka – Statistical Highlights

- Bangladesh won the series 4-0 and thus the five match series. They had won the first match by nine runs at Dhaka on 05.10.10, second match at Dhaka was abandoned, won the third match by seven wickets, won the fourth match by nine runs and won the fifth match by three runs.

 

- Bangladesh won its 61st one day game when it won this match by three runs providing the 16th occasion of a team winning an one day game by exact three runs margin in the history of one day games. It was Bangladesh's first victory by three runs margin.

 

- This win by three runs provide Bangladesh's fifth win by single digit runs victory – by nine runs vs New Zealand at Dhaka on 05.10.10 : by nine runs vs New Zealand at Dhaka on 14.10.10 : by eight runs vs Zimbabwe at Harare on 10.03.04 : by five runs vs England at Bristol on 10.07.10 and by three runs vs New Zealand at Dhaka on 17.10.10.

 

- At the end of this game, BB McCullum has an aggregate of 196 dismissals {189 catches and 07 stumpings} and against Bangladesh he has an aggregate of 30 dismissals {29 catches and 01 stumping}. Only KC Sangakkara of Sri Lanka with 39 dismissals {34 ct plus 05 st} is ahead of BB McCullum in terms of aggregate dismissals against Bangladesh. KC Sangakkara and BB McCullum are the only two wicket keepers who have effected 30 plus dismissals against Bangladesh.

 

- With three wickets in this game, DL Vettori has an aggregate of 275 wickets in one day games. He became the 15th bowler to capture 275 plus wickets in one day games. Others are – M Muralitharan {515} : Wasim Akram {502} : Waqar Younis {416} : WPUJC Vaas {400} : SM Pollock {393} : GD McGrath {381} : A Kumble {337} : B Lee {324} : ST Jayasuriya {322} : J Srinath {315} : AB Agarkar {288} : Saqlain Mushtaq {288}  and Shahid Afridi {282}.

 

- DL Vettori became the first New Zealand bowler to capture 275 wickets in one day games. It includes eight wickets taken by him representing ICC World Eleven.

 

- DL Vettori's three wickets in this game gave him 30 wickets against Bangladesh. He became the third bowler to capture 30 plus wickets against Bangladesh. Other two are – KD Mills of New Zealand {32} and M Muralitharan {31}.

 

- KD Mills three wickets in this game gave him 32 wickets against Bangladesh and with it the record of most wickets by a bowler against Bangladesh. He wrested the record from M Muralitharan of Sri Lanka who had captured 31 wickets.

 

- Mahmadullah was playing his 50th one day innings in this game. He made 19 and returned with figures of none for 18 in seven overs.

 

- New Zealand lost its five wickets for 20 runs in this game providing the second occasion of New Zealand losing its half side for a total less than 20 runs. The other occasion was against Sri Lanka at Col-SSC on 31.07.01 when it had lost five wickets for 18 runs.

 

- Rubel Hussain captured four for 25 in this game providing the 34th occasion of a Bangladesh bowler capturing four or more wickets in one day games. His figures represent the eighth occasion of a Bangladesh bowler capturing four or more wickets against New Zealand. Others are -  4 for 40 by Nazmul Hossain at Chittagong pn 02.11.04 : 5 for 31 at Dhaka on 05.11.04 : 4 for 63 by Mohammad Rafique at Dhaka on 07.11.04 : 4 for 44 by Mashrafe Mortaza at Dhaka on 09.10.08 : 4 for 68 by Shafiul Islam at Napier on 05.02.10 : 4 for 33 by Shakib Al Hasan at Christchurch on 11.02.10 and 4 for 41 by Shakib Al Hasan at Dhaka on 05.10.10.

 

- Bangaldesh and New Zealand were all out for 174 and 171 respectively in this game providing the third occasion of both the teams dismissed all out in Bangladesh-New Zealand one day series. The other two occasions are – New Zealand {224} and Bangladesh {86} at Chittagong on 02.11.4 and Bangladesh {241} and New Zealand {232} at Dhaka on 14.10.10.

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