Stats highlights from the first Test between Bangladesh and New Zealand, which the visitors won by three wickets.
Daniel Vettori became the first player to score at least a half-century and take four wickets in two innings of a Test. He is only the third player, and the second captain, to score at least fifty in each innings and take eight or more wickets in a match.
Before the Test series against Australia in 2005, Vettori averaged 20.58 with the bat and 35.06 with the ball in 59 matches. However, his all-round performances have improved consistently in the last three-and-a-half years. In the 25 Tests during this period, Vettori has averaged 43.56 with the bat, and 27.65 with the ball.
New Zealand successfully chased a target in excess of 300 for the second time, and the first time away from home. Before this win, the highest score they had chased to win a match in the subcontinent was 82, against Pakistan at Lahore in 1969.
Left-arm spinners accounted for 22 wickets in this match, which is the second-highest in all Tests. In the Bangalore Test between India and Pakistan in 1987, Maninder Singh, Ravi Shastri and Iqbal Qasim took 24.
Shakib Al Hasan finished with match figures of 9 for 115, which is third in the all-time list for Bangladesh. The only bowler to take ten or more wickets in a match is Enamul Haque, who took 12 for 200 against Zimbabwe in Dhaka in 2005.
The overall run-rate for the match was 2.25 per over, which makes this the slowest Test since April 2001, when West Indies and South Africa managed a combined run-rate of 1.99 in Antigua.