1st T20I, Bangladesh beat India: Here are the records broken

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Author 2019-11-04 00:56:32

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03 Nov 2019

The visitors Bangladesh defeated India, at the Arun Jaitley Stadium in Delhi on Sunday, to take a 1-0 lead in the three-match T20I series.

Bangladesh won the toss and put India to bat as the Men in Blue could only manage to score 148/6.

The visitors batted well to chase down the target.

Here are the records broken in the match.

Rohit back as leading run-scorer in T20Is

Rohit T20Is

India's stand-in skipper Rohit Sharma managed just nine runs on Sunday.

However, he surpassed Virat Kohli (2,450) in terms of most career T20I runs (2,452).

He slammed two fours in his knock and went past Afghanistan's Mohammad Shahzad (218) in terms of career T20I fours (219).

Rohit also became the most capped Indian T20I player.

He (99) overcame MS Dhoni's tally of 98 T20Is.

Dhawan races to 1,454 runs in T20Is

Fact

Shikhar Dhawan (41) hit one six and needs four more to to register the mark of 50 in T20Is. He also raced to 1,454 runs in T20Is and needs 46 more to notch 1,500 runs in T20Is. He also claimed his 18th career T20I catch.

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Bangladesh seal maiden T20I win against India

Head-to-head

This was the ninth meeting between India and Bangladesh in T20Is.

Bangladesh managed their maiden win against the Men in Blue, who prior to this match, had a 100% record against the Tigers.

This was also the second meeting in India between the two teams.

The tally now reads 1-1. This was India's second T20I match in Delhi and they registered a maiden loss.

Mushfiqur Rahim helped the Tigers script this victory

Fact

Mushfiqur Rahim scored his fifth career T20I fifty. He also surpassed 1,250-plus career runs in T20Is. Mushfiqur shared a 60-run stand for the third wicket alongside Soumya Sarkar (39).

How did the match pan out?

IND vs BAN

India lost Rohit early on and the responsibility was on Dhawan to remain put.

KL Rahul (15) perished soon after. Dhawan carried on and stitched a 34-run stand with Shreyas Iyer (22).

At 102/5, India were in a spot of bother. However, important contributions later on helped them surpass 140.

In reply, Bangladesh batted sensibly and won the match.

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