Statistical highlights on day five of the drawn cricket Test match between India and Bangladesh, in Fatullah on Sunday.
# India have enforced a follow-on on Bangladesh for the third time in Tests – the first two occasions being in the 2004-05 Chittagong Test and the 2007 Mirpur Test.
# Shikhar Dhawan has got his second Man of the Match award in Tests. His first was for hitting 187 on Test debut vs Australia at Mohali in March 2013.
# Litton Das’ entertaining innings of 44 off 45 balls is the highest by a Bangladeshi wicketkeeper on Test debut, eclipsing the 32 by Khaled Mashud vs India at Dhaka in November 2000.
# Rohit Sharma, for the first time, has taken three catches in a Test innings.
# Shakib Al Hasan is the first player to complete 2000 runs in Tests on Bangladesh soil – his impressive tally being 2004 (ave.42.63) in 28 Tests.
# The Fatullah Test between India and Bangladesh is the second drawn game between the two countries out of eight contested.
# Chittagong Test contested in May 2007 and the Fatullah Test in June 2015 have been rain-affected games, failing to produce results.
# India enjoy success percentage of 75.00 vs Bangladesh in Tests – six wins out of eight contested.
# Indian spinners have bagged eight wickets in a Test innings vs Bangladesh for the first time.
# Ravichandran Ashwin, for the first time, has claimed five wickets in an innings in an overseas Test – his tenth in Tests.
# 1106 balls have been delivered in the Fatullah Test – the second fewest in any Test match played on Bangladesh soil, next only to the 985 balls delivered in the 2008-09 Dhaka Test between Bangladesh and New Zealand.
# With his figures of three for 64, Harbhajan Singh’s tally of 416 at an average of 32.32 in 102 Tests has overtaken Wasim Akram’s tally of 414 (ave.23.62) in 104 Tests.
# Harbhajan has moved into the ninth place in the all-time list of top wicket-takers in Test Cricket. Just three spinners have claimed more wickets than Harbhajan – Muttiah Muralitharan (800), Shane Warne (708) and Anil Kumble (619).