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Old February 28, 2010, 10:01 PM
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- England won the toss and inserted the opposition providing the 137th occasion of England doing so against all the opposition. England has won 76 games, lost 54 games, tied one game and six games have ended as no result game when it has inserted the opposition.

- England won the toss and inserted the opposition providing the third occasion of England doing so against Bangladesh. England has won all the three games.

- Tamim Iqbal scored 125 in this game providing the 311th occasion of a batsman scoring a hundred when a team has lost the toss and asked to bat first.

- Tamim Iqbal scored 125 in this game providing the fifth occasion of a Bangladesh batsman scoring a hundred when Bangladesh lost the toss and asked to bat first. The other four occasions are - 123* by Shahriar Nafees vs Zimbabwe at Jaipur on 13.10.06, 134* by Shakib Al Hasan vs Canada at St John's on 28.02.07, 104 by Shakib Al Hasan vs Zimbabwe at Bulawayo on 11.08.09 and 101 by Imrul Kayes vs New Zealand at Christchurch on 11.02.10.

- Tamim Iqbal scored 125 in this game providing the 18th occasion of a Bangladesh batsman scoring a hundred in one day games. He became the first Bangladesh batsman to score a hundred against England in one day games.

- Tamim Iqbal scored 125 in this game providing the third occasion of his scoring a hundred in one day games. The other two hundreds are - 129 vs Ireland at Dhaka on 22.03.08 and 154 vs Zimbabwe at Bulawayo on 16.08.09.

- Tamim Iqbal with his three one day hundreds earned the distinction of becoming the fourth Bangladesh batsman to score three or more hundreds in one day games. The other three batsmen are - Shahriar Nafees (04), Shakib Al Hasan (04) and Mohammad Ashraful (03).

- Tamim Iqbal's 125 in this game was in a losing cause providing the fifth occasion of a Bangladesh batsman's hundred going in vain. The other four occasions are - 101 by Mehrab Hossain vs Zimbabwe at Dhaka on 25.03.99, 108 by Shakib Al Hasan vs Pakistan at Multan on 16.04.08, 115 by Alok Kapali vs India at Karachi on 28.06.08 and 101 by Imrul Kayes vs New Zealand at Christchurch on 11.02.10.

- Tamim Iqbal's 125 in this game represent the highest individual score by Bangladesh batsman in a losing cause. The previous best was 115 by Alok Kapali vs India at Karachi on 28.06.08.

- Tamim Iqbal's 125 in this game was in a losing cause providing the 262nd occasion of a batsman's hundred going in vain in the history of one day games.

- AN Cook registered his fourth one day half century and his fifth one day fifty when he made 68 in this game.

- PD Collingwood registered his 25th one day half century and 30th one day fifty when he scored 75 not out in this game.

- AN Cook scored 64 in this game providing the 84th occasion of a England captain scoring a fifty in one day games.

- AN Cook became the seventh England captain to score a fifty on captaincy debut. The other six are - MH Denness - 66 vs West Indies at Leeds on 05.09.73, AJ Lamb 55* vs West Indies at Bridgetown on 03.04.90, MA Atherton - 86 vs West Indies at Bridgetown on 16.02.04, GP Thorpe - 62* vs Sri Lanka at Dambulla on 23.03.01, ME Trescothick - 52 vs Zimbabwe at Bulawayo on 10.10.01 and AJ Strauss - 74* vs India at Jamshedpur on 12.04.06.

- England capped C Kieswetter in this game. He became the 213th England cricketer to appear in one day games. He is the third England cricketer to make one day debut against Bangladesh. The other two are - J Lewis at The Oval on 16.06.05 and CT Tremlett at Nottingham on 21.06.05.

- Aftab Ahmed and Mushfiqur Rahim were dismissed run out for 2 and 22 respectively in this game providing the ninth and tenth occasion of Bangladesh batsman dismissed run out against England.

- Aftab Ahmed and Mushfiqur Rahim were dismissed run out for 2 and 22 respectively in this game providing the second occasion of two Bangladesh batsman dismissed run out in an innings against England. The first such occasion was witnessed at Dhaka (Bangabandhu National Stadium) on 12.11.03 when Hannan Sarkar (21) and Khaled Mashud (11) were dismissed run out.

- Bangladesh was dismissed all out for 228 in this game providing the 102nd occasion of Bangaldesh being all out in one day games. It also represents the sixth occasion of Bangladesh being all out against England in one day games. Its total of 228 represents the highest team total when Bangladesh was all out against England. The previous best was 223 at Nottingham on 21.06.05.
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