The short history of Tests between these teams:
India has won 9 of the 11 Tests listed here; all 3 in India and 6 out of 8 in Bangladesh.
India now has 7 wins in a row and 4 in a row with innings wins.
After this series, India continued to lead the WTC by large margin:
Bangladesh is one of the 4 teams with no points.
Moving to individual performances, starting with
Most runs (250 and above):
Tendulkar still leads, with Mushfiqur and Kohli the highest scorers among current players.
Highest innings (90 and above):
Kohli and Agarwal recorded centuries in this series, with Agarwal making the highest score against BD in India.
Most wickets (8 and above):
Ishant Sharma is now in second place. Ashwin, UT Yadav and M Shami are also here
Best innings bowling (5wi and above):
Ishant’s 5-22 is the best for India in India (though only 3 of the 11 Tests have been played in India). Umesh also had a 5-for in the same Test.
Best match bowling (including all instances of 8wm and above):
Note Ishant and Umesh here, besides Shami.
Most dismissals (8 and above):
Dhoni leads, with Saha and Mushfiqur catching up. Dravid has the most as a non-keeper.
Most innings dismissals (3 and above):
Nothing special in this series.
Most match dismissals (5 and above):
Again, nothing special in this series.
All-round performances (match):
50+ and 5+wi:
Only one instance, which was in the first-ever Test between these teams. It was the high point of SB Joshi’s career.
If we stretch the criteria to include 50 + runs and 5+ wickets in a Test, we get a longer list: