Hosts England outmuscled Bangladesh in the ICC Cricket World Cup 2019 (CWC 2019) match at Cardiff. Set a target of mammoth 387 to win, Despite Shakib Al Hasan’s century, Bangladesh were bowled out for 280 in 48.5 overs. The 106-run victory now takes England to the second spot on the ICC CWC 2019 points table. It was England’s second win from three matches. England vs Bangladesh Highlights of ICC World Cup 2019 Match.
It was Jason Roy’s scintillating century that handed England an early advantage after Bangladesh put them to bat first. Roy and Jonny Bairstow added 128 runs for the first wicket and never allowed Bangladesh to get back in the contest. Bairstow scored 51 runs before being sent back by Bangladesh skipper Mashrafe Mortaza.
England then lost a few more wickets but it was Roy who kept scoring at a healthy pace. Roy’s attacking knock helped England march on towards a big total. Roy was eventually dismissed in the 35th over on an individual score of 153 off 121 balls. Roy, during his stay, smashed 14 fours and five sixes. ENG vs BAN Full Scorecard.
Jos Buttler, who has been in amazing form, also chipped in with 64 off 44 balls. Liam Plunkett also played a cameo of 27 runs off just nine balls to further provide England with the impetus towards the end. Jason Roy Collides With Umpire While Celebrating his Century During ENG vs BAN CWC 2019 Match, Watch Video.
Here are Some Stat Highlights from ENG vs BAN ICC CWC 2019 Match
# Jason Roy's 153 is the second-highest score by an England batsman in World Cup.
# 386 is now England’s highest total in ODI World Cups.
# England have now posted most successive 300-plus totals (7) in ODIs.
# Jason Roy has now three 150-plus scores in ODIs - the joint most for England alongside Andrew Strauss.
# Shakib Al Hasan becomes second Bangladeshi batsman to score a World Cup century.
Bangladesh in response got off to a poor start and lost Soumya Sarkar early to a superb Jofra Archer delivery. Tamim Iqbal tried to hang on but all in vain as Mark Wood had him caught. Shakib Al Hasan and Mushfiqur Rahim then saved some pride with a 106-run stand for the third wicket.
After Rahim’s dismissal, Bangladesh lost their way further but Shakib kept one end intact with his brilliant batting. The left-hander slammed his career’s eighth ODI century before being dismissed on 121 off 119 balls.