0 - Innings victories for Bangladesh in Tests, before this Mirpur victory. Before today, their biggest win-margin was 226, against Zimbabwe in 2005. This was also the first instance of Bangladesh enforcing the follow-on in Tests.

7 - Number of times West Indies have suffered an innings defeat by a margin of 184 runs or more. In fact, two of their eight worst innings-defeats have come in the last two months: in October, India thrashed them by an innings and 272 runs in Rajkot.

40 - Wickets for Bangladesh's spinners in this series, the first time spinners have taken all the wickets in a two-Test series. The previous highest was 38, by Bangladesh themselves against England in 2016.

12-117 - Match haul for Mehidy Hasan, the best match haul for Bangladesh in Tests. Mehidy bettered his own figures of 12 for 159 against England in 2016.

58 - Wickets in ten home Tests for Mehidy, at an average of 20.68. In these ten Tests, he has six five-fors and two ten-fors.

1 - Innings by a West Indies batsman which lasted 100 or more deliveries, in the entire series: Shane Dowrich faced 101 balls in the first innings of the first Test. The next-best was 92 balls, by Shimron Hetmyer today.

111 - West Indies' first-innings total, their lowest in a Test against Bangladesh. Their previous lowest came earlier this year, in Kingston when they were dismissed for 129. Their three lowest totals against Bangladesh have all been in 2018.

9 - Sixes for Hetmyer in his innings of 93, which equalled the most by a West Indies batsman in a Test innings. Chris Gayle also hit nine in his epic 333 against Sri Lanka in Galle, but he needed 437 balls to hit those sixes, compared to 92 balls faced by Hetmyer today.

17.72 - Runs scored per wicket by West Indies in the series. Only three times have they finished with a poorer average, in a series of two or more Tests. This follows a disappointing series in India, when they averaged 20.37 runs per wicket.