Afghanistan v Bangladesh, World Cup 2015, Group A, Canberra February 18, 2015

Shakib's record and Bangladesh's winning streak

Stats highlights from the Group A match between Afghanistan and Bangladesh in Canberra

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Insights: The Shakib-Mushfiqur partnership

4040 Runs scored by Shakib Al Hasan in ODIs, the most by a Bangladesh batsman. Shakib is the first from the country to go past the 4000-run mark in ODIs. Tamim Iqbal, with 3990, is set to become the second.

114 Runs for the the fifth-wicket by Mushfiqur Rahim and Shakib, the highest for Bangladesh in World Cups. They are the first Bangladeshi pair to post a 100-plus stand for any wicket in the competition's history.

4 Number of century partnerships between Shakib and Mushfiqur, the most for a Bangladesh pair. They have scored 1725 runs together, which is also the most for any Bangladesh batting pair.

6 Number of consecutive ODI victories for Bangladesh, including the five against Zimbabwe last year. Bangladesh's longest winning streak is nine, in 2006-07, which included seven wins over Zimbabwe and two over Scotland.

267 Bangladesh's total, their highest in ODIs in Australia. Bangladesh's previous best, from six tries, was 147, at Cairns in 2003.

105 Bangladesh's margin of victory, their largest in a World Cup match. Their previous biggest victory in the tournament was by 67 runs, against South Africa in 2007. This is also the eighth instance of Bangladesh winning an ODI by 100 runs or more.

67 Runs scored by Bangladesh in the first 20 overs, the second-lowest for Bangladesh against a non-Test nation. Their lowest such score is 66, against Kenya during the 2003 World Cup.

129 Instances of Bangladesh being bowled out in ODIs. However, the 267 they scored today is their highest in matches when they have been all out.

Bishen Jeswant is a stats sub editor at ESPNCricinfo. @bishen_jeswant

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