4 - Victories for Bangladesh in their last eight home Tests - the wins have come against England, Australia, Zimbabwe and now West Indies. Prior to these eight Tests, they had won only four out of 52 home Tests.
2009 - The last time Bangladesh beat West Indies in Tests, before this 64-run victory in Chattogram. After their 2-0 win on 2009 Caribbean tour, they had met West Indies eight times before this game, losing seven times and drawing once.
54 - Tests taken by Shakib Al Hasan to complete the double of 3000 runs and 200 wickets, which is the fastest by any player. He edged past Sir Ian Botham, who had got there in his 55th Test. Overall, Shakib is the 14th player to score over 3000 runs and take 200-plus wickets in Tests. Shakib also became the first Bangladesh bowler to 200 wickets in Tests and only the fifth left-arm spinner overall.
11 - The score at which West Indies lost their fourth wicket. Only twice have they been four-down for a smaller score and both times were against Australia - 9 for 4 in Brisbane in 1992-93 and 10 for 4 at the MCG in 1981-82. It is also the lowest score at which Bangladesh have got their opposition four down.
6 for 33 - Taijul Islam's figures, the best by a Bangladesh bowler in the fourth innings of a Test. The previous best was Enamul Haque Jnr's 6 for 45 against Zimbabwe in 2005. Taijul already has the best figures by a Bangladesh bowler in Tests - 8 for 39 against Zimbabwe in Dhaka in 2014.
4 - Five-wicket hauls for Taijul in Tests this year - the joint-most among all bowlers. Jason Holder also has four five-fors. All of Taijul's four five-fors have come in his last three Tests. With 40 wickets in six Tests, Taijul is now the fourth-highest wicket-taker this year.
2 - Instances of Bangladesh spinners taking all 20 wickets in a Test. They first did this against England in Dhaka two years ago. Overall, 34 wickets fell to spinners in this Test, the joint-most in a Test in Bangladesh. Spinners took 34 wickets in the Dhaka Test last year involving Australia.
2005 - The last time seven of West Indies' top nine batsmen were dismissed for single-digit scores in a Test innings, against Sri Lanka in Colombo. Apart from Sunil Ambris (43) and Shimron Hetmeyer (27), none of the other players in the top nine got to double figures. The other seven combined for just 19 runs.
1 - West Indies' Kieran Powell became the first ever opener to be stumped for a golden duck in Tests. Two others, however, have been stumped for ducks in the pre-World War I era, when ball data was unavailable.