England v Bangladesh, World Cup, Group A, Adelaide March 9, 2015

Records tumble for Bangladesh

Stats analysis from Bangladesh's historic win over England in Adelaide

275 Runs scored by Bangladesh, their highest in an ODI against England. Bangladesh's previous highest score against England was 260 in Mirpur in 2010.

103 Runs scored by Mahmudullah in this game, the most for any Bangladesh batsman in a World Cup game. The previous highest score was Tamim Iqbal's 95 against Scotland earlier this World Cup.

1 Number of Bangladesh batsman who have scored a century in World Cup matches, Mahmudullah is the first. Bangladesh is the only Test nation whose batsmen had never previously scored a World Cup hundred.

89 Runs scored by Mushfiqur Rahim, the third highest by a Bangladesh batsmen in World Cups. Each of the top three scores by a Bangladesh batsman in World Cups were scored during the ongoing 2015 edition.

Mushfiqur Rahim has made the highest runs aggregate for a Bangladesh player at a single World Cup © Getty Images

141 The partnership between Mahmudullah and Mushfiqur, the highest for Bangladesh for any wicket in World Cup history. Bangladesh have three 100-plus stands in World Cup matches, all three of those during the 2015 World Cup.

256 Runs scored by Mushfiqur in this World Cup, the most by any Bangladesh batsman in a single edition. The previous record was 216, by Mohammad Ashraful during the 2007 World Cup.

4 Number of ducks scored by Eoin Morgan in 2015, the second-most for any England player. Mike Brearley is the only batsmen to score more ducks in a year: five in 1979. Andy Caddick also scored exactly four ducks in 2000.

3 The number of times that Bangladesh have beaten England in their last four ODI meetings. The had lost each of the 12 previous ODIs before that.

4 Number of wicketkeepers who have scored a fifty and effected four or more dismissals in a World Cup match; Mushfiqur is the fourth. The three other keepers are Brad Haddin, Ridley Jacobs and Kumar Sangakkara.

3 Number of times that England have failed to progress beyond the group stage in the last six World Cups. England are the only top-eight nation who have been knocked out so early in three of the last six editions.

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