Dec 18, 2022, 11:30 IST

Indian Cricket: Every record and milestone created during the 1st test between India and Bangladesh


Indian cricket team took a 1-0 lead in the two match series by beating Bangladesh at Chattorgram. India wrapped proceedings early on the final day at Sunday within the 1st hour of play. India won the match by 188 runs to start their march to the qualification of thew World Test championships finals to be held in June 2023. Speaking about record there were some amazing records to be created during this test match. Here are some of the records created.

·This is India’s 10th test match win vs Bangladesh

·This is India’s 2nd test match win at this venue

·This is India’s 2nd highest win in terms of margin in the 4th innings

·KL Rahul became the 24th Indian captain to win a test match

·Bangladesh have lost their 14th game at this venue while winning just 2

·Last time Bangladesh won a test at this venue was in 2014 vs Zimbabwe

·The 149 run stand between Pujara and Iyer for the 5th wicket was the best ever for India vs Bangladesh

·The 92 run stand for the 8th wicket between Ashwin and Kuldeep was the best for India vs Bangladesh

·The 3rd wicket stand of 75* between Kohli and Pujara in the 2nd innings was the best for India vs Bangladesh at this venue

·42 run stand for the 3rd wicket between Liton Das and Zakir Hasan was the best for BAN vs India at this venue

·35 run stand between Zakir Hasan and M. Rahim for the 4th wicket was the best at this venue vs India

·22 run stand between Rahim and Nurul Hasan for the 6th wicket was the best for BAN vs India

·The 124 run opening stand between Zakir Hasan and Shanto is the best for Bangladesh against India

·This is India’s 169 win in test cricket

·This is 3rd test win this year after beating Sri Lanka by a 2-0 margin early in 2022

·This is Bangladesh’s 101st test loss out of the 135 matches they have played

Records achieved for India

·Shubman Gill became the 87th test centurion for India

·Gill became the 11th Indian to score a test ton for India vs Bangladesh

·Gill also became the 9th Indian to score a test ton at Bangladesh

·Pujara became the 12th Indian to score a test ton vs Bangladesh

·Pujara became the 10th Indian to score a test ton at Bangladesh

·Kuldeep Yadav’s 5/40 was the ten occasion an Indian bowler picked 5 wickets vs Bangladesh

·Kuldeep became the 7th Indian bowler to take a five wicket haul vs BAN

·Irfan Pathan has done it thrice, while Zaheer Khan has done it twice

·Kuldeep’s 5/40 is the best by an Indian spinner vs BAN in BAN beating the 5/87 by Ashwin in 2015

·Ashwin picked only 1 wicket in this test match which is a rare feat in Asian conditions

·The last time Ashwin did this was against South Africa in 2019 at Ranchi

·The last time Ashwin went wicketless in a test in Asia was in 2019 vs Bangladesh at Kolkata

·Pujara scored a century after 57 innings with his last test being against Australia in early 2019 at SCG

·Pujara scored his quickest test ton which came of 130 balls

·Rishabh Pant became the 3rd fastest to hit 50 sixes in test cricket getting to his feat in his 33rd test match

·Pant is now 41st in the list one behind Sangakkara who has hit 51 sixes

·Pant became the 8th Indian to hit 50 test sixes and is just 5 sixes behind Jadeja

·Virender Sehwag leads the list with 91 test sixes followed by MSD with 78.

·Of the current batters only Rohit makes the list in 4th place with 64 sixes from 45 games

·Cheteshwar Pujara became the 8th leading scorer for India in test cricket

·Pujara now has 6984 runs and went past Dilip Vengsarkar who had 6868 runs

·Ganguly with 7212 runs is ahead of Pujara in the 7th place as Sachin Tendulkar with 15921 runs leads the list

Records achieved for Bangladesh

·Zakir Hasan became the 6th batter to score a test ton vs India

·Zakir Hasan became the 4th Bangladesh batter to score a test hundred on debut

·Aminul Islam, Mohammad Ashraful and Abul Hasan were the other 3 to do so

·Zakir Hasan became the 2nd Bangladeshi batter to score a test ton debut vs India. Aminul Islam’s 145 during Bangladesh’s 1st ever test match still tops the list

·Interestingly all of Bangladesh’s test debut tons have come at home

·Shakib AL Hasan’s 6 sixes in the 2nd innings was the best by a Bangladeshi skipper