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Most wickets (12 and above):
Muralidaran has 89 wickets, far ahead of the others. Next are Herath and Shakib. Also note AM Fernando’s 13 wickets in 2 Tests in this series.
Best innings bowling (including all 6wi and above):
Led by Herath, with the next three by Muralidaran.
Nayeem Hasan’s 6-105 was the best by BD against SL, surpassing Shakib’s 5-70 in 2008. Also note AM Fernando’s 6-51 in this series.
Best match bowling (Including all 9wm and above):
Headed by Muralidaran and Herath. None from Bangladesh here. AM Fernando took 10-144 during this series.
Best bowling average (Minimum 2000 balls bowled):
Includes Shakib and Taijul from this series.
Muralidaran has the best bowling average, economy rate and strike rate.
Most dismissals (10 and above):
Led by P Jayawardene with Dickwella and Sangakkara close behind.
Mushfiqur Rahim has the most dismissals from BD
P Jayawardene has the most stumpings (8) and M Jayawardene the most catches by a fielder (17).
Dickwella has the most catches by a keeper (24).
Most dismissals in an innings (4 and above):
Mushfiqur and Dickwella have made 5 dismissals in an innings, but not in this series. However Dickwella took 4 catches twice in this series.
Sangakkara and S Sarkar have taken 4 as a fielder.
Most dismissals in a match (5 and above):
Again headed by P Jayawardene with 7.
M Jayawardene and S Sarkar have taken 5 catches as fielders.
Dismissal rate (Minimum 20 innings, 0.600)
Headed by Sangakkara, with M Jayawardene heading the fielders.
Overall (see criteria below):
Shakib (611 runs and 38 wickets) is the only one who qualifies.
Match (50 and 5wi):
All the instances are by Shakib.