Bangladesh completed 400 ODI matches, Bangladesh record in ODIs
By Kaif - August 14, 2022 - Last updated on Aug 14, 2022 02:40 PM
Bangladesh completed 400 ODI matches, Bangladesh record in ODIs, Bangladesh Journey to 400 ODI Matches
Bangladesh ODI Matches
Bangladesh completed 400 ODI matches, On the one hand, many doubts are being raised about the future of ODI cricket, on the other hand Bangladesh has achieved a great achievement in this format. Bangladesh team has played a total of 400 ODI matches and has become the 10th team to do so. The match played against Zimbabwe was Bangladeshs 400th match.
Bangladesh has not won any World Cup yet, nor does it have any major tournament to its name. Even after that, the fan following in Bangladeshs cricket field is good. Take a look at some records and statistics related to Bangladesh in ODI cricket
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Bangladesh record in ODIs
- Total ODIs played: 400, Wins: 144, Loss: 249, No results: 7, Win percentage: 36.64
- Bangladesh played the maximum number of ODIs against Zimbabwe. In 81 matches, 51 were won, 30 were lost.
- Bangladesh played 36 ODIs against India, including 5 wins and 30 losses. One match turned out to be inconclusive.
- Only Scotland, Bermuda, Hong Kong, UAE are the teams against whom Bangladesh has not got any defeat.
- Zimbabwe, New Zealand, and West Indies are the teams against which Bangladesh have got 10 or more victories.
- Most runs for Bangladesh - Tamim Iqbal, 8074 runs in 231 ODIs.
- Most centuries for Bangladesh - Tamim Iqbal, 14 centuries.
- Highest score for Bangladesh - Liton Das, 176 runs
- Most wickets for Bangladesh - Shakib Al Hasan, 285 wickets
- Most wickets in an innings - Mashrafe Mortaza, 10 overs, 26 runs, 6 wickets (vs Kenya)
- Most successful captain - Mashrafe Mortaza, 50 wins in 88 ODIs.
- Bangladesh got its first ODI win after losing 21 consecutive matches, this victory was against Kenya on 17 May 1998.
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