Australia vs Bangladesh Highlights, World Cup 2019: Australia beat Bangladesh by 48 runs
Australia vs Bangladesh Highlights, ICC World Cup 2019: Mushfiqur Rahim scored an unbeaten 102 runs but failed to take his side to a win.
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Highlights: Mushfiqur Rahim’s ton went in vain as Australia defeat Bangladesh by 48 runs. Rahim scored an unbeaten 102 as he stitched a 127-run partnership for the fourth wicket with Mahmudullah. Mitchell Starc, Nathan Coulter-Nile and Marcus Stoinis picked two wickets each. Earlier, on the back of David Warner’s 166, Australia posted 381/5 in 50 overs. This after Australia won the toss and elected to bat first.
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Australia win by 48 runs
Mortaza hands a catch in the deep to Maxwell and Stoinis gets a wicket. Bangladesh 333/8 in 50 overs. Australia win by 48 runs.
Mitchell Starc has dsimissed Mehidy Hasan as he flicks one to David Warner inside the cirlcce. Bangladesh are 323/7. Three balls later, Rahim brings up his ton. 326/7 in 49 overs. Need 57 to win in 6 balls
GONE! Coulter-Nile gets the wicket of Mahmudullah as he hit it straight to Cummins at midwicket. He departs for 69. Bangladesh are five down for 302. He dismisses Shabbir Rahman first ball as he chopped on to the stumps. Coulter-Nile on a hat-trick. BAN 302/6
300 up for Bangladesh
SIX! A massive hit from Mahmudullah as Bangladesh reach the 300-run mark. After 45 overs, BAN are 300/4. Still need 82 to win in 30 balls. This partnership is now 125 runs.
Mahmudullah brings up his half century in just 41 balls. He keeps Bangladesh in the hunt. Pressure on Australia. Bangladesh 289/4 in 44 overs.
100 run partnership
Mushfiqur Rahim and Mahmudullah has stitched a 100-run partnership between themselves now. Need 106 more to win in 43 balls. Bangladesh 277/4 in 43 overs.
Two sixes in an over
Mahmudullah has smashed two sixes in Adam Zampa’s over and this match is now truly, ON! Bangladesh are tragetting Zampa a the moment. Will Finch give him another over?
40 overs gone
An expensive over from Adam Zampa. He gives away 11 runs in the over. Final 10 overs remaining - can Rahim and Mahmudullah reignite a hero chase now? 60 balls - 137 runs to win. 6 wickets in hand.
Run Rate climbing
Bangladesh need to up the ante right about now as the required run rate has now reached 13 runs per over. 38 overs gone, Bangladesh are 226/4.
Mushfiqur Rahim flicks one towards deep backward square for a boundary. Brings up his fifty in 54 balls. BBangladesh are still in the hunt.
A good length delivery from Coulter-Nile, Rahim steps up and launches it. Mistimed, but it has enough distance to carry it through for a one bounce boundary. Two balls later, another one through midwicket.
Adam Zampa has dismissed Liton Das. Huge LBW appeal and the umpire raises his finger. Is it missing leg stump? Liton Das seeks review. It goes to umpire’s call. BAN 175/4
Liton Das on fire
Liton Das is continuing his form from the previous match. He has hammered Pat Cummins for two bouindaries - one of which was a fantastic cover drive through midwicket which was misfielded in the deep.
150 up for Bangladesh
Good shot from Mushfiqur Rahim and he brings up 150 for Bangladesh in style. Pushed it hard through the off side for another boundary.
Tamim Iqbal has chopped on to the stumps and Mitchell Starc gets his man. Iqbal departs for 62 and Starc gives him a giggle to send off. Bangladesh 144/3
A fuller one from Adam Zampa and it has been slammed hard by Tamim Iqbal towards midwicket for a boundary. That one raced through the covers.
Tamim Iqbal brings up his half century in 65 balls - under pressure. Iqbal would hope to now flex his muscles and get some big hits to keep the momentum going.
Shakib Al Hasan departs for 41:
First score of under fifty runs in this World Cup.
He also missed out on becoming the first Bangladesh player to score 6 consecutive fifty+ scores in ODIs
He now is joint with Tamim Iqbal who had 5 fifty+ scores in 2012.
Marcus Stoinis has done the trick for Australia as he gets the prized wicket of Shakib Al Hasan. The southpaw hits the ball straight into the hands of David Warner at mid-off. Shakib departs for 41 as Bangladesh lose their second wicket.
17 overs gone, Bangladesh are 98/1. At the moment - Tamim and Sarkar are building a good partnership in the middle. The duo have added 74 runs together.
15 overs gone
Tamim Iqbal and Shakib al Hasan have done good to keep the partnership going but it is now about keeping the momentum going. Bangladesh are 84/1 after 15 overs and the run rate is now closer to 8.5.
12 overs gone
This has been a very slow chase so far for Bangladesh. In 12 overs, BAN are 63/1. Still need 319 runs to win in 228 balls.
50 up for Bangladesh
Shakib al Hasan has slammed a slow one from Shakib for a boundary straight down the ground. Brings up 50 for Bangladesh in style. 10 overs gone, BAN 53/1
Pat Cummins traps Shakib on the pads and it seemed to be hitting stumps. But did it pitch outside leg? Umpire not interested. Carey convinces Finch to review it. But it was pitching outside leg. BAN 41/1 in 7.5 overs
Maxwell on attack
Finch brings on Glenn Maxwell and that is an unexpecterd change - a spinner with a new ball. Gets hammered for a boundary first ball.
A horrible mix up between Sarkar and Tamim. Aaron Finch takes a direct hit at the stumps. Sarkar has to walk back for 10. BAN 22/1
Back to back boundaries
Sarkar worked his magic with the ball and now he is hammering with the bat. Hits Mitchell Starc for two consecutive boundaries. A misfield from Pat Cummins led to the second one. 4 overs gone, BAN 19/0
Tamim and Sarkar have given a good start to Bangladesh. The duo have scored a boundary already, in the first two over, have tackled Starc and Cummins smartly and have added 9 runs in the first two overs.
Tamim Iqbal and Soumya Sarkar are out to start the 382-run chase. Mitchell Starc has the new ball. CHASE IS ON!
This is Australia’s second highest score ever in World Cups. They had earlier scored 417/6 against Afghanistan in the 2015 edition of the tournament. It seems Australia have done enough to come out victorious from this clash. But Bangladesh have surprised teams in the past and will look to do the same today.
Two boundaries came from the final over of the innings as Australia end at 381/5 in 50 overs. David Warner top-scored with 166 while Usman Khawaja (89) and Aaron Finch (53) chipped in with more than handy contributions as well. As for Bangladesh, Soumya Sarkar was the pick of the bowlers as he ended with a three-wicket haul.
Players return in the middle
Mustafizur Rahman will bowl the final over of the innings after rain stoppage. Alex Carey and Marcus Stoinis are in the middle and they will look to add as many runs as possible from the final six deliveries.
The covers are coming off as rain has stopped in Nottingham. Australia will resume their innings and play their final over of the innings. The play will now resume at 7:05 PM IST as per the official broadcasters.
Rain stops play
Rain has stopped play in Nottingham as the players are making their way back into the hut. It is raining heavily at the moment as the pitch is now being covered by the officials. It doesn’t look good as rain is accompanied by heavy wind as well.
Smith heads back into the hut
Steve Smith becomes the fifth Australian to head back into the pavillion as he is dismissed by Mustafizur Rahman. The right hander was trapped in front of the wicket by the left-arm pacer and the umpire adjudged it as out. The batsmen went for the DRS but replays too showed that Smith was plumb.
Khawaja falls as well
Soumya Sarkar picks his third wicket of the innings as he gets rid of Usman Khawaja for 89. The southpaw edges the ball into the hands of keeper Mushfiqur Rahim as Australia lose their fourth wicket now. Sarkar has been easily the best bowler for Bangladesh on the day.
Maxwell is run-out
Glenn Maxwell is furious with Usman Khawaja as a mix-up between the two results in the right-hander getting run-out. Maxwell hit the ball towards short fine leg and went for a single. Khawaja came out of the crease but then sent back Maxwell. Rubel Hossain hit the stumps directly and Maxwell had to depart 10-ball 32.
Maxwell on the attack
Glenn Maxwell dealing in boundaries at the moment as he is simply tearing the Bangladesh bowlers apart. He hit Soumya Sarkar for a four on the last ball of the last over. Then, he went six, four and six of Rubel Hossain in the 46th over. Khawaja makes is 25 runs in the over by hitting the last ball for a boundary. Four overs still to be bowled and there is no sign of stopping Australia at the moment.
David Warner’s extraordinary innings comes to an end as he departs for 166. He top edges a short delivery from Soumya Sarkar straight into the hands of Rubel Hossain as short third man. Australia are two down now.
Another expensive over
David Warner now hits Rubel Hossain for a couple of boundaries on either end of the wicket as he takes his score past 160. Hossain concedes 13 runs in the over and there is no sign of stopping the carnage.
David Warner hits a huge six off Mashrafe Mortaza and then takes a single to bring up his 150. Mortaza concedes 14 runs in the over as Bangladesh are leaking runs at the speed of knots. Australia are primed for a score well over 350 now.
Usman Khawaja tore apart Mustafizur Rahman as he hit him for four boundaries in the over. The pacer concedes 19 runs as Australia are moving closer to the magical 300-run mark. Bangladesh’s bowling has been very ordinary as they have conceded 45 runs in the last three overs.
Warner dealing in boundaries
After hitting Rubel Hossain for a huge six in the last over, Warner is now taking the attack to Shakib Al Hasan. He hits him for a four and six as the all-rounder concedes 13 runs in the over. Warner seems to have decided to up the ante now. 150-run stand also comes up between the two batsmen.
Fifty for Khawaja
Usman Khawaja brings up his half-century off 50 deliveries and this is the first time all three top order batsmen have scored fifty+ runs in a WC innings for Australia. It has been that kind of a day for Australia where anything they touch turns to gold.
The century stand comes up between David Warner and Usman Khawaja and they have taken 100 deliveries to get there. This is the first time there have been century stands for the first and second wicket for Australia in World Cup.
Bangladesh need a wicket
Warner and Khawaja have their partnership closer to the 100-run mark and Bangladesh need to end this stand soon. Australia’s run rate will worry Bangladesh as it is currently just under 6 and they have nine wickets in hand.
Warner down on the ground
Rubel Hossain hits David Warner on the spot and the southpaw is down on the ground, wincing in pain. Nothing serious as the batsman is back on his feet and looks good to continue. 14 overs remaining in the innings and Australia have 8 wickets in hand to go for the final assault.
200 up for Australia
Mashrafe Mortaza drops the ball short and David Warner pulls it for his eighth four of the day. With that, Australia have also crossed the 200-run mark in the 35th over and are primed for a huge score. As for Bangladesh, they need 2-3 quick wickets to stand any chance to stopping Australia.
David Warner brings up his 16th ODI ton.
· 11th player to hit a ton vs BAN in WC.
· 3rd ton this WC vs BAN.
· 29th ton by an AUS batsman in WC
· 3rd ton in WC.
100 for Warner
David Warner continues his glorious run scoring form and brings up his century off 107 deliveries. This is Warner’s second century the tournament. He will now look to carry on and take Australia to a big score. He has time on his side and he can cut loose later on.
150 up for Australia
Australia are scoring run at a good pacer and David Warner and Usman Khawaja have taken the score past the 150-run mark. Warner is also batting in his 80 and he is motoring towards his well-deserved century.
David Warner is now building a good partnership with Usman Khawaja after the dismissal of Aaron Finch. The duo have already put together 23 runs off 31 deliveries and they trying to keep the scoreboard ticking with some risk-free batting.
Run rate slids
Aaron Finch’s dismissal has led to run rate starting to slow down. Usman Khawaja has not enjoyed a strong tournament so far and he is giving himself time on the pitch.
Finch late cuts one to short third man. Rubel Hossain makes no mistake. Soumya Sarkar gets his first wicket in his first over. Australia are 121/1 in 20.5 overs.
100 for Australia
11th hundred run stand by an Australian pair vs Bangladesh in ODIs
7th hundred run stand between the pair in ODIs
2nd hundred run stand by an Australian pair vs BAN in World Cup
6th hundred run stand for the opening wicket against BAN in World Cup
Finch hammers Mehidy
12 runs from Mehidy Hasan’s first over. Finch got stuck into him. He first used the slog sweep to collect a six over mid-wicket and then followed it up with a straighter hit towards the vacant long on and mid-wicket area. It just landed inside the ropes, much bigger boundary on that side.
Fifty for Warner
20th ODI fifty for David Warner. His first against Bangladesh. Australia 86/0
Warner takes on Shakib
FOUR! SIX! Michael Slater in the commentary says “That’s the Warner we know.” And he is absolutely right. A different Warner has walked out to bat today. He is still some distance away from his best but he is getting there. The timing has been there right from the word go and now he has just started to flex his muscles with the introduction of spin. Big problems for Bangladesh
Fifty up for Australia
4th fifty partnership by an Australian pair vs Bangladesh in WC
3rd fifty+ partnership for the opening wicket by Australia vs Bangladesh in WC
6th fifty+ partnership between the pair in WC in 14 innings
20th fifty+ partnership between the pair in ODIs
Don’t bowl there
SIX! Cracker of a pull shot from David Warner. Mustafizur tries to test Warner with a short one, bad idea. Warner quickly transfers his weight to the backfoot and his fast hands do the rest. Ominous signs for Bangladesh
Majestic from Warner
WOW! If there was a visual representation of the word timing then it had to be this shot from David Warner. Mortaza bowls seam-up, pitches it slightly short, Warner stretches his arms and just taps it past mid off. The fielder did not even bother to run and rightly so. Pure class from the Aussie left-hander
Did Sabbir drop it? Mortaza certainly believes he did. Bangladesh set Warner up for that, they had two points and the plan almost worked. Warner flashes hard on the wide one, it went straight to Sabbir at backward point, a bit low to his right but he spills it. Signals that he didn’t pick it. It results in a single, costly miss. Warner dropped!
MAXIMUM! Finchs’ eyes lit up seeing that one in his arc. He launches into it, goes over cover to collect the first six of the match. The Australian captain looks positive.
Change of pace from Mortaza
Mortaza realizes that there is no swing on offer and he immediately resorts to the use of slower ones, as early as the third over of the match.That’s experience for you! This might just be the way to go on this track.
Hello says Warner
FOUR! This outfield is lightning quick. First a tap from Finch races away to the fence and now a gentle push from Warner beats the cover fielder comfortably. Great start for Australia, early signs that this might be a high-scoring encounter.
Golden touch from Finch
FOUR! What timing from Aaron Finch. Just a tap on the leg side and it races away to the fence, no chance for the fine-leg fielder. Finch is off the mark with a boundary.
The players out, Bangladesh captain Mashrafe Mortaza has the new ball in his hand, he will be bowling from round the wicket to David Warner. Here we go!
Bangladesh (Playing XI): Tamim Iqbal, Soumya Sarkar, Shakib Al Hasan, Mushfiqur Rahim(w), Liton Das, Mahmudullah, Sabbir Rahman, Mehidy Hasan, Mashrafe Mortaza(c), Rubel Hossain, Mustafizur Rahman
Australia (Playing XI): David Warner, Aaron Finch(c), Usman Khawaja, Steven Smith, Glenn Maxwell, Marcus Stoinis, Alex Carey(w), Nathan Coulter-Nile, Pat Cummins, Mitchell Starc, Adam Zampa
Marcus Stoinis comes back in the playing XI for Australia. Bangladesh have made two changes. Rubel comes in for Saifuddin and Sabbir comes in for Mosaddek
Australia win the toss and opt to bat first against Bangladesh
78: Glenn Maxwell needs 78 runs to complete 500 runs for Australia in World Cup.
76: Shakib Al Hasan needs 76 runs to complete 1000 runs for Bangladesh in World Cup, will become the 1st Bangladesh batsman to reach the landmark.
9: Mahmudullah needs 9 more runs to become the 4th Bangladesh batsman to score 500 runs in World Cup.
23: Aaron Finch is 23 runs away from completing 1000 ODI runs in 2019, will become the 1st player to reach this landmark.
58.22%: Mashrafe Mortaza’s win rate as Bangladesh Captain in ODIs, the best for any Bangladesh captain.
270: The average 1st innings score at Trent Bridge, Nottingham (last 5 ODIs).
28: with 28 wickets, Pat Cummins is the leading wicket taker in ODIs this year.
1: If Shakib scores 1 more 50+ score, it will be his 6th consecutive 50+ score in ODIs. He will become the first Bangladesh player to have hit 6 consecutives 50+ scores.
Weather update: Dry and sunny
It’s such a welcome sight to see the sun shine bright. It has been a rarity in this World Cup and particularly in Nottingham. But today is different, it’s a beautiful day to play cricket. Yes there are chances of showers in the afternoon local time but that shouldn’t be a cause of a major concern. If anything, it might cause a stoppage in play for a brief period.
Highest team total: 481/6 by England vs Australia in 2018
Lowest team total: 83 by South Africa vs England in 2008
Highest individual score: 171 by Alex Hales (ENG) vs Pakistan in 2016.
Best bowling figures: 6/25 by Kuldeep Yadav (IND) vs England, 2018.
Biggest partnership: 248 between Alex Hales and Joe Root (ENG) vs Pakistan for the 2nd wicket in 2016.
David Warner vs Mustafizur Rahman
Aaron Finch vs Mashrafe Mortaza
Tamim Iqbal vs Mitchell Starc
Soumya Sarkar vs Pat Cummins
Shakib Al Hasan vs Adam Zampa (Read the full story here)
Bangladesh Predicted XI: Tamim Iqbal, Soumya Sarkar, Shakib Al Hasan, Mushfiqur Rahim, Liton Das, Mahmudullah, Sabbir Rahman, Mashrafe Mortaza, Mohammad Saifuddin, Mustafizur Rahman, Mehidy Hasan.
Australia Predicted XI: Aaron Finch, David Warner, Steve Smith, Usman Khawaja, Glenn Maxwell, Shaun Marsh, Alex Carey, Pat Cummins, Mitchell Starc, Adam Zampa, Kane Richardson
Points table tussle
Australia are currently third in the table with 8 points from 5 matches and Bangladesh have suddenly emerged as the strongest contender to dislodge the top four by beating West Indies comprehensively in their last match. A win against Australia today will hold Bangladesh in good shape with 7 points.
Hello and welcome to the live coverage of the Australia vs Bangladesh World Cup 2019 match at Trent Bridge, Nottingham. In any other tournament you perhaps would not have termed this match as a big one but things have changed and in the context of this tournament, today’s AUS vs BAN carries huge importance.