Stats - Ashwin-Iyer's rescue act, India's unbeaten record against Bangladesh
Iyer and Ashwin knocked off nearly half the runs of India's target
The top stats from the fourth day of the Dhaka Test where India sealed a slim three-wicket win while chasing 145 in the fourth innings.
71* - The partnership between Shreyas Iyer and R Ashwin, the highest for the eighth wicket in a successful fourth-innings chase. The previous highest was 52 between Inzamam-ul-Haq and Rashid Latif against Australia in 1994. The unbeaten 71-run stand is also the fourth-highest for the eighth or a lower wicket in a successful chase.
0 - India's losses in Test cricket against Bangladesh, having won 11 of the 13 matches. Only three teams are unbeaten against an opponent, having played more Tests - 20 by Sri Lanka against Zimbabwe, 17 by New Zealand against Zimbabwe and 14 by South Africa against Bangladesh.
49 - Percentage of India's target knocked off by the Iyer and Ashwin partnership. It is the highest percentage of target added by the last three wickets in a successful fourth-innings chase. The previous highest was 48.1% by New Zealand against West Indies in Dunedin in 1980, when 50 runs came for the last three wickets in a 104-run chase.
42* - Ashwin's score in the fourth innings in Mirpur, the highest by a No. 9 or lower during a successful chase in Test cricket. The previous highest was 40* by Winston Benjamin while batting at No. 10 against Pakistan in 1988 in Bridgetown.
71 - Runs scored by India after the fall of seventh wicket, their second-most in a successful fourth-innings chase. India had added 94 runs for their last three wickets against Australia in 2010 during a one-wicket win in Mohali. The 71 runs by India are also the tenth-highest by any team after losing their seventh wicket in a Test chase.
145 - India's target in Mirpur, the third-highest successful chase for India in Tests in the last ten years. They won chasing 328 against Australia in Brisbane in 2021 and a 155 while also chasing against Australia, in the 2013 Mohali Test.
Sampath Bandarupalli is a statistician at ESPNcricinfo