Binny's brilliant performance helped India defend a meagre 105 against the hosts, who were let down by their batsmen after a fine show by the bowlers. The Indians now have a 2-0 lead in the three-match series.
"My strength is to bowl wicket-to-wicket and swing the ball. The conditions were ideal to bowl so I don't think I surprised myself but to be in the top-10 in the world is surprising," said Binny, who broke Kumble's record of 6/12 against the West Indies in Hero Cup final back in 1993.
The burly Karnataka all-rounder said that the team was always confident of restricting Bangladesh for under 105.
"We never thought we were out of the game. When we went into the break we were disappointed with the way we batted," Binny said.
"But it's important that we had a good chat during the break and went out and bowled in good areas because the wicket was doing something and if we were going to struggle to bat on that wicket, I think it was going to be difficult for them as well.
"We just knew if we got a few wickets up front and if they were three down in the first seven-eight overs, we could go through and push and get a victory," the 29-year-old said.
Interestingly, Binny stated that the length that Bangladesh bowlers employed gave them a cue.
"Credit must be given to their bowlers. We (the India bowlers) fed off their line and lengths. They bowled stump to stump."