Batsmen from both sides fared better than expected as Bangladesh brought India down in the fourth ODI of Asia Cup. This despite Sachin Tendulkar's 100th hundred and a target of 290. A look at the statistical highlights from the match.
# Bangladesh have recorded their first win over India at the Asia Cup. They had lost the first eight games to India in the Asia Cup between October 27, 1988 and June 16, 2010.
# Bangladesh's five-wicket triumph is their first against a Test-playing nation in the Asia Cup - their third overall - the first two being by 116 runs against Hong Kong at Colombo, SSC on July 16, 2004 and by 96 runs against UAE at Lahore on June 24, 2008
# Bangladesh have won three and lost 21 out of 24 played against India in ODIs - winning % 12.50.
# Bangladesh's previous two ODI wins over India were by 15 runs at Dhaka on December 26, 2004 and by 5 wickets at Port of Spain on March 17, 2007.
# India (289/5) have recorded their highest total against Bangladesh in the Asia Cup, eclipsing the 284 for three at Karachi on June 28, 2008
# Bangladesh's 293 for five is their second highest against India, next only to the 296 for six at Dhaka on January 7, 2010.
# Bangladesh's aforesaid total is their highest against a Test-playing nation in the Asia Cup - their second highest overall, next only to the 300 for eight against UAE at Lahore on June 24, 2008.
# Bangladesh's 293 for five is their second highest successful chase in ODIs - the highest is 313 for six against Zimbabwe at Bulawayo on August 16, 2009.
# Sachin Tendulkar has created history with his 100th international hundred - his first against Bangladesh in ODIs.
# With his aforesaid hundred, Sachin has completed his set of hundreds against every full member country in both Tests and ODIs.
# Tendulkar has become the first batsman to manage 2000 fours in ODIs - 2011 in 451 innings.
# Tendulkar has aggregated 496 in twelve matches against Bangladesh in ODIs. His tally one century and two
# Tendulkar's previous highest against Bangladesh in ODIs was 82 not out at Colombo, SSC on July 21, 2004.
# Tendulkar's 114 is his second century (and the highest) at the Asia Cup. His first was 112 not out against Sri Lanka at Sharjah on April 9, 1995.
# Tendulkar is averaging 51.05 in the Asia Cup - 919 runs, including two hundreds and six fifties, in 20 innings. Only Sanath Jayasuriya has managed more runs than Sachin Tendulkar - 1220 at an average of 53.04 in 25 matches.
# Tendulkar has recorded 53 international hdundreds in a winning cause - a tally bettered only by Ricky Ponting (55).
# Tendulkar's 114 is his 25th international hundred in a losing cause - the most by a batsman.
# Tendulkar (strike rate of 77.55) has recorded his second slowest century in ODIs - the slowest being 101 off 140 balls (SR 72.14) against Sri Lanka at Sharjah on October 20, 2000.
# Gautam Gambhir has extended his Indian record for the highest runs' tally against Bangladesh in ODIs - 592 runs at an average of 59.20 in eleven games, including two hundreds and three fifties.
# Sachin Tendulkar and Virat Kohli put on 148 for the second wicket - India's second highest against Bangladesh in ODIs, next only to the 154 between Tendulkar and Sourav Ganguly at Colombo, SSC on July 21, 2004.
# The aforesaid partnership is the fourth highest for India at the Asia Cup - the highest being 205 between Gambhir and Kohli against Sri Lanka at Dhaka on March 13, 2002.
# Virat Kohli (66 off 82 balls) has recorded his second fifty against Bangladesh - his 21st in ODIs.
# Kohli is averaging 123.33 in five ODIs against Bangladesh - 370 runs, including two hundreds and two fifties.
# Suresh Raina (51) has posted his 21st fifty in ODIs - his second against Bangladesh.
# Raina has been dismissed for the first time against Bangladesh in ODIs - his aggregate being 237 in six innings, five times not out, at an average of 237.00, including a hundred - 116 not out at Karachi on June 28, 2008.
# Dhoni is averaging 68.00 in ODIs in 2012 - 272 runs in eight innings, four times not out, including two fifties.
# As captain, Dhoni is averaging 57.22 - 4292 runs in 121 matches, including four centuries and 31 fifties.
# Tamim Iqbal (70 off 99 balls) has equalled his highest innings against India. He had made 70 off 86 balls at Dhaka on February 19, 2011.
# Tamim Iqbal has recorded 21 fifties in ODIs - four in the Asia Cup.
# Tamim's 70 off 99 balls is his highest innings in the Asia Cup, eclipsing the 64 against Pakistan at Dhaka on March 11, 2012.
# Jahurul Islam (53) has posted his maiden fifty in ODIs, surpassing the 41 against Netherlands at Glasgow on July 20, 2010.
# Jahurul and Tamim were involved in a stand of 113 for the second wicket - Bangladesh's highest for any wicket against India in ODIs, surpassing the 112 for the sixth wicket between Alok Kapali and Mahmudullah at Karachi on June 28, 2008. Both these partnerships have been recorded in the Asia Cup.
# Shakib Al Hasan (49 off 31 balls) has posted his second highest in the Asia Cup - his highest is 64 against Pakistan at Dhaka on March 11, 2012.
# Shakib has received his first Man of the Match award against India - his 12th in ODIs.
# Nasir Hossain (54) has recorded his third fifty in ODIs - his career-best is 100 against Pakistan at Dhaka on December 3, 2011.
# Mushfiqur Rahim has become the sixth Bangladeshi player to manage 2,000 runs or more in ODIs - 2036 at an average of 25.77 in 106 matches. Shakib Al Hasan tops the charts with 3511 runs at an average of 35.11 in 124 matches.
# Mushfiqur has recorded his career's best strike rate in an innings - 184.00 - 46 not out off 25 balls
# Mushfiqur's 46 not out is his second highest against India, next only to the 56 not out at Port of Spain on March 17,2 007.