India v Bangladesh, World T20 2016, Group 2, Bangalore March 23, 2016

One-run wins, three-in-three at the death

Stats highlights from India's incredible last-gasp win against Bangladesh in Bangalore

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Agarkar: Bangladesh tactically good until the last three balls

9 One-run results in T20Is. This was India's second such result: they also beat South Africa by one run in the 2012 World T20 in Colombo. This was the fourth one-run result in World T20s, of which India have won two.

5-0 India's T20I record against Bangladesh. They have won three of those games batting first, and two chasing.

5-31 Bangladesh's win-loss record in T20Is against the top eight teams. They have beaten Pakistan twice, West Indies twice, and Sri Lanka once. Against other teams, they have a 15-8 record.

Out of four one-run wins in World T20 matches, two have been by India © ESPNcricinfo Ltd

4 Instances of Mustafizur Rahman dismissing Rohit Sharma, in the five games that he has bowled to Rohit - three times in ODIs and once in T20Is. Rohit has scored 57 runs off 49 balls against Mustafizur, giving him an average of 14.25 and a strike rate of 116.32.

0 Number of times, in 46 previous T20Is, that Mashrafe Mortaza didn't concede a four or a six; his spell here, when he went for just 22 in four overs, was the first such instance. His economy rate of 5.50 equals his fourth best in matches when he has completed his quota of four overs.

12 Number of times, in 21 T20I innings, that Shikhar Dhawan has been dismissed for less than 25. His T20I average is 21.21, at a strike rate of 113.52.

17 India's average opening partnership in their last nine T20I innings. The highest opening stand during this period has been 43, and six times the first wicket has fallen before 15.

16.75 Tamim Iqbal's average in 30 T20I innings against one of the top eight teams. His 35 in this innings was his second highest in those 30 innings. In 21 innings against the other teams, Tamim has passed 35 seven times, and averages 37.88.

5 India batsmen who have scored 1000-plus T20I runs. MS Dhoni became the latest to join the group, which also includes Virat Kohli, Rohit Sharma, Suresh Raina and Yuvraj Singh. In 58 innings, Dhoni has remained unbeaten 29 times, and averages 34.75 at a strike rate of 120.71.

0 Instances, before this match, of three wickets falling off the last three balls for the chasing team in a T20I.

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