77.27 Percentage of runs in Bangladesh innings that came from just one partnership - 170 between Tamim Iqbal and Mominul Haque. The contribution is the second-highest percentage for a completed Test innings. The highest is 77.78% contributed by Kumar Sangakkara and Mahela Jayawardene for the third wicket - 168 out of 216 - against South Africa in Durban in 2000-01.

49 Runs for which Bangladesh lost their last nine wickets - 171 for 1 to 220 all out - their third-lowest in a collapse of nine wickets. They lost their last nine wickets for 32 runs (102 for 1 to 134 all out) against Zimbabwe in Harare in 2013 and for 48 runs (14 for 1 to 62 all out) against Sri Lanka at Premadasa in 2007.

2004 Last time England claimed the last nine wickets of a Test innings for less than 50 runs, against West Indies in Kingston. This was only the third such instance for England bowlers since 1980.

2013 Last time a team lost their last nine wickets for less than 50 runs - also Bangladesh when they collapsed from 102 for 1 to 134 all out in Harare. There were seven such instances for various teams between 2011 and 2013, but none in the last 30 months.

1 Number of bigger partnerships for Bangladesh in Tests against England than the 170 runs between Tamim and Mominul. Tamim had featured in the highest stand as well - 185 with Imrul Kayes at Lord's in 2010.

5/57 Moeen Ali's figures in the first innings - his second-best in Tests and best outside of England. His only other five-wicket haul was 6 for 67 against India in Southampton in 2014. His figures are now the best by any England spinner against Bangladesh.

3 Centuries for Tamim against England - the most he has made against any opposition. He has two centuries against Zimbabwe. In 11 innings, he has made three centuries and five fifties against England. For Bangladesh, only Mohammad Ashraful has scored more centuries against a particular team, than Tamim - five against Sri Lanka. Tamim has hit at least a fifty in each of the six Tests he has played against England.

190/2 Runs and wickets in the first 45 overs of the day. But in the next 36.2 overs, 11 wickets fell for just 80 runs. England too lost three wickets for 50 runs in 12.3 overs before the interruption of rain.