Shakib Al Hasan’s maiden fifty against India, Mushfiqur’s 3000 Test runs and Bangladesh’s second longest Test innings against the hosts lift them bit high on day 3. Here are some of the statistical highlights from Day 3 of one-off Test between India and Bangladesh.
1 First fifty for Shakib Al Hasan against India in sixth game. He has the best score of 34 before his inning today. He has now scored fifty or more against seven Test countries except, South Africa and Australia. He is yet to play Australia in Tests.
466 Runs added by Mushfiqur Rahim and Shakib Al Hasan this year in just 2 innings. They had 359 runs stand between them against New Zealand at Wellington which is the highest by Bangladeshi pair and they added 107 runs in this match.
3000 Test runs for Mushfiqur Rahim, fourth-most for Bangladesh in this format. The other three batsmen having 3000-plus runs are Tamim Iqbal (3467), Shakib Al Hasan (3295) and Habibul Bashar (3026).
2 Second longest innings for Bangladesh against India in Tests as far overs played are concerned. They have played 104 overs till end of the third day. Their only previous longest innings was their first ever match at Dhaka in which they played 153.3 overs and scored 400 runs in that inning, the highest ever against India.