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Stats - Australia's batting hits rock bottom

All the stats from Bangladesh's big win in the fifth T20I against Australia

62 Australia's total in the fifth T20I against Bangladesh, their lowest ever in the format. Their previous lowest was 79 all out against England in 2005, which was only their second T20I appearance.
1 It is also the lowest score by any team against Bangladesh in T20Is. Afghanistan's 72 all out in the 2014 World T20 game was the previous lowest T20I total against Bangladesh.
82 Australia's innings on Monday lasted only 82 balls, their shortest all-out innings in all International cricket. Their previous shortest innings 87 balls against England during the Southampton T20I in 2005.
102 Shakib Al Hasan completed 100 wickets in T20Is, with his four-wicket haul in the final T20I. He is now only the second player - after Lasith Malinga (107) - to bag 100 wickets in men's T20Is.
5.85 Runs per six balls by Bangladesh and Australia in the five-match series. It is the lowest in the history of the 96 bilateral series of 100-plus overs in men's T20Is. The average per dismissal of 14.73 in this series is the second-worst among those 96 series.
60 Bangladesh's 60-run winning margin is their second-biggest (in terms of runs) in T20Is. Their biggest win came in 2012, when they defeated Ireland by 71 after scoring 190.
3 Australia's three lowest unsuccessful T20I chases came in this series. They failed to chase down 123 in the fifth T20I, 128 in the third match and 132 in the opening game. Simultaneously, Bangladesh's lowest three lowest totals successfully defended came in this series.

Sampath Bandarupalli is a statistician at ESPNcricinfo