0 - Number of higher targets chased down without losing a wicket in ODIs. The previous record for highest target chased in a ten-wicket win was 255, by England against Sri Lanka at Edgbaston last year. The previous highest for South Africa was only 189, against India in Kolkata in 2005.
2 - Number of higher opening stands in ODIs than the unbeaten 282 that Hashim Amla and Quinton de Kock added in this match. Sanath Jayasuriya and Upul Tharanga hold the record - they added 286 against England at Headingley in 2006, while Travis Head and David Warner added 284 against Pakistan earlier this year in Adelaide.
11 - Instances of Bangladesh losing an ODI by 10 wickets, the most by any team. Zimbabwe are next with seven such defeats. This was Bangladesh's third such defeat against South Africa, while they have lost by 10 wickets twice each against Sri Lanka and Australia.
6 - Instances of both South African openers scoring hundreds in an ODI. There have been two such instances this year - de Kock (109) and Amla (154) got centuries against Sri Lanka in Centurion in February - while four out of six twin hundreds have happened since the start of 2015.
5 - Higher individual ODI scores for South Africa than de Kock's unbeaten 168. Gary Kirsten's unbeaten 188 against UAE in the 1996 World Cup remains the highest for South Africa, while de Kock has a higher score too - 178 against Australia in Centurion last year.
8 - Instances of three or more hundreds in an ODI in South Africa. Half of those instances have happened since the start of 2016, featuring matches against England, Australia, Sri Lanka and now Bangladesh.
5 - Players who have achieved the double of 5000 runs and 200 wickets in ODIs - Shakib Al Hasan became the latest to join this list. The others to achieve this are Sanath Jayasuriya, Shahid Afridi, Jacques Kallis and Abdul Razzaq.
5 - ODI centuries for Mushfiqur Rahim. Among Bangladesh batsmen, only two - Tamim Iqbal (9) and Shakib Al Hasan (7) - have scored more hundreds. Mushfiqur's unbeaten 110 is his second-highest ODI score, after his 117 against India in Fatullah in 2014.
39.03 - Mushfiqur's ODI average at No. 4 - he has scored 2147 runs in 60 innings, including five hundreds. At other positions, he averages 28.79 (2361 runs in 103 innings) with no hundreds.