# Mahendra Singh Dhoni is the first Indian skipper and the third to record 100 victories or more in ODIs.  His record - Played: 177 - lost 62, Tied 4 and No Result 11 - winning % 61.44).
# Apart from Dhoni, just two skippers have won more games than Dhoni - Ricky Ponting (165) and Allan Border (107).
# India have won eleven World Cup matches in a row – a feat recorded by them for the first time, extending their winning sequence.
# India, for the first time, have won the first seven matches in any World Cup edition. India's tally of successive victories is exceeded only by Australia's 25 between 1999 and 2011.
# Umesh Yadav (4/31) has produced his career-best bowling performance in ODIs, eclipsing the 4 for 53 vs Sri Lanka at Hyderabad on November 9, 2014.
# Yadav has completed his 50 wickets in a winning cause - his tally being 52 at an average of 25.15 in 31 matches.
# Shami has bagged 17 wickets (ave.13.29) in seven matches - the most by any bowler in World Cup 2015.      

# India (302/6) have registered their second highest World Cup total at MCG next only to the 307 for seven vs South Africa on February 22,2015.
# The above two scores are the only 300-plus recorded by India in ODIs at MCG.
# India (302 for six) have recorded their second highest World Cup total vs Bangladesh, next only to the 370 for four at Dhaka on February 19, 2011.
# Suresh Raina has registered fifty-plus innings in succession for the first time in World Cups - 110 not out vs Zimbabwe at Auckland on March 14, 2015 and 65 vs Bangladesh at Melbourne on March 19, 2015.
# Raina's only other World Cup half-century is 74 vs Pakistan at Adelaide on March 15, 2015.
# Raina has averaged 70-plus besides maintaining strike rate of 100-plus in World Cups.
# Raina became the first Indian player to average 70-plus (351 runs in eight innings) apart from posting strike rate of 100-plus in World Cups. (minimum 300 runs)
# India's superb 109-run victory is their sixth in ten World Cup games in Australia (lost three and no-result one).
# India have produced their largest World Cup win vs Bangladesh, surpassing the 87-run triumph at Dhaka on February 19, 2011.
# India have won two and lost one out of three contested against Bangladesh at the World Cup.
# India's 109-run triumph is their 25th in 29 matches vs Bangladesh in ODIs (Lost three and no-result one) - success % 89.28
# Rohit Sharma (137 off 126 balls) has posted his first World Cup hundred. His first hundred vs Bangladesh is his seventh in ODIs.
# Rohit has posted his second highest score at MCG behind the 138 vs Australia on January 18, 2015. He became the first Indian batsman to record two centuries at Melbourne.
# Rohit has got the Man of the Match award for the seventh time in ODIs - his first against Bangladesh.
# Rohit has received the Man of the Match award in a World Cup game for the first time.
# Shikhar and Rohit are the two Indian players to have register World Cup hundreds at MCG. Rohit became the third overseas batsman to post two hundreds at MCG, joining David Gower and Vivian Richards.
# Rohit became the third Indian batsman to register a World Cup century vs Bangladesh, joining Virender Sehwag (175 at Dhaka on February 19, 2011) and Virat Kohli (100 not out at Dhaka on February 19, 2011).
# Rohit has totalled 335 runs at an average of 83.75, including two hundreds, in five ODIs. Among the players with 300 runs or more in ODIs at MCG, his average is the highest.
# Rohit and Shikhar were associated in a partnership of 75 - India's highest opening stand for the first wicket vs Bangladesh in World Cups, eclipsing the 69 between Virender Sehwag and Sachin Tendulkar at Mirpur on February 19, 2011.
# Mahmuduallah has managed 365 runs at an average of 73.00 in six matches, including two hundreds and a fifty – the highest by a Bangladeshi batsman in any edition of the World Cup.
# India have become the first nation in this World Cup not to have lost a single wicket in the Batting Powerplays.
# Seven World Cup hundreds have been posted in nine matches at Melbourne - the highest at any one venue, bettering the six hundreds in six games at Karachi.
# India have captured 70 wickets in seven consecutive games - a World Cup record.
# India became the first side to dismiss their opponents in seven consecutive games in World Cups.

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