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Bangladesh's fantastic five-wicket demolition of India at Port-of-Spain - their 34th ODI win but only their fifth against a top-tier team - was built upon some outstanding work by the bowlers and in the field.
They bowled 199 dot balls - that's 33.1 overs of runless play। Bangladesh's stand-out bowler was Mashrafe Mortaza, the Man of the Match.
In 9.3 accurate and hostile overs, he gave the batsmen little breathing space.
The amount of movement he managed was impressive, and so was his control over length - only eight of the 63 deliveries he bowled weren't on a good length.
Sourav Ganguly, India's top-scorer, managed just three runs from the 22 deliveries he faced off Mortaza.