India vs Bangladesh, Asia Cup 2018 final statistics: India win record-extending seventh title

By: Sports Desk | Updated: September 29, 2018 9:05:35 am

India’s Kedar Jadhav celebrates with teammates the dismissal of Bangladesh’s Mehidy Hasan during the final. (Source: AP)

Bangladesh began well in the Asia Cup 2018 final after skipper Rohit Sharma won the toss and elected to bowl first on Friday. But India ended up defeating Bangladesh by three wickets in a thrilling final. While Bangladesh made it to the final for the third time in the last four editions, defending champions India secured the title for the record seventh time.

India made five changes to the side that tied their last Super Four match against Afghanistan. Sharma, Shikhar Dhawan, Bhuvneshwar Kumar, Jasprit Bumrah and Yuzvendra Chahal were rested for that match but all are back in the final clash.

Meanwhile, injury-plagued Bangladesh, who were without opener Tamim Iqbal and all-rounder Shakib al Hasan, made one change to the side that defeated Pakistan in the semifinal. Left-arm spinner Nazmul Islam came in to replace middle-order batsman Mominul Haque.

Here are the stats and records broken during the Asia Cup 2018-19 final between India and Bangladesh:

# India win record-extending seventh title. India already had the highest record at the tournament with six titles and extended it on Friday with another title.

# Liton Das scored his maiden ODI century during the Asia Cup final against India.

# Bangladesh in finals:

vs SL 2009 – Lost by 2 wkts (Tri series)
vs Pak 2012 – Lost by 2 runs (Asia Cup)
vs Ind 2016 – Lost by 8 wkts (Asia Cup)
vs SL 2018 – Lost by 79 runs (Tri series)
vs Ind 2018 – Lost by 4 wkts (Nidahas)
vs Ind 2018 – Lost by 3 wkts (Asia Cup)

MS Dhoni completed 800 dismissals with the lightning stumping of Liton Das. He is the third highest after Mark Boucher (998) and Adam Gilchrist (905)

# Dhoni’s 800 dismissals include:

306 Catches
113 Stumpings

256 Catches
38 Stumpings

54 Catches
33 Stumpings

# Liton Das’ 100 (off 87 balls) is the 7th fastest in an ODI final since June 2001; 3rd fastest in a final vs India after Sanath Jayasuriya (79, Asia Cup 2008) & Mahela Jayawardene (84, WC 2011)

# Liton Das made the highest individual score for Bangladesh in a final:

121 Liton Das
77 Sabbir Rahamn vs India, 2018 (T20I)
76 Mahmudullah vs Sri Lanka, 2018 (ODI)
68 Shakib Al Hasan vs Pakistan, 2012 (ODI)

# Liton Das and Mehidy Hasan broke the highest record of opening stand for Bangladesh against India after crossing Tamim Iqbal and Soumya Sarkar’s 102 opening stand against India in 2015. This was their tenth highest opening stand in Asia Cup final.

# Liton Das joined Mushfiqur Rahim and Alok Kapali in scoring ODI hundreds against India:

117 Mushfiqur Rahim, Fatullah, 2014
115 Alok Kapali, Karachi, 2008
121 Liton Das

# Only four cricketers have scored hundreds in Asia Cup final other than Liton. Hundreds in Asia Cup finals

125 S Jayasuriya v Ind, Karachi, 2008
114*Fawad Alam v SL, Mirpur, 2014
101 L Thirimanne v Pak, Mirpur, 2014
100 M Atapattu v Pak, Dhaka, 2000
121 Liton Das

# Liton Das and Mehidy Hasan also crossed 100+ opening stand in an Asia Cup final which only Sri Lanka’s Sanath Jayasuriya and Marvan Atapattu managed against India in 1997.

# Mehediy Hasan becomes the fifth player to open both batting and bowling in an ODI final:

Manoj Prabhakar (thrice)
N Johnson
Chris Gayle
Mohammadd Hafeez
Mehediy Hasan

Highest % of runs in a completed inngs for BAN:
55.17 M Rahim (144/261) v SL, Dubai, 2018
54.80 T Iqbal (125/228) v England, Dhaka, 2010
54.50 Liton Das (121/222) v Ind, Dubai, 2018
53.76 Nasir Hossain (100/186) v Pak, Dhaka, 2011
53.52 Mahmudullah (76/142) v SL, Dhaka, 2018

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