England vs Bangladesh, ICC World Cup 2019 Highlights: Roy, bowlers power England to 106-run victory
England vs Bangladesh, ICC World Cup 2019: Follow highlights of England vs Bangladesh World Cup match at Cardiff.
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As it happened: England thrash Bangladesh by 106 runs to get back to winning ways after their shock loss against Pakistan. Ben Stokes ended the innings with outstanding figures of 3/23 while Jofra Acher ended with 3/30. Not to forger Jason Roy’s 153 which powered England to the huge score. One has to feel for Shakib Al Hasan, whose 121 went in vain.
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Jofra Archers strikes twice in one over as England win the match by 106 runs. Ben Stokes ended the innings with outstanding figures of 3/23 while Jofra Acher ended with 3/30. Not to forger Jason Roy’s 153 which powered England to the huge score. One has to feel for Shakib Al Hasan, whose 121 went in vain.
Stokes strikes again!
Ben Stokes is on fire at the moment as he picks his third wicket of the day as Bangladesh lose their eighth. Saifuddin was looking to flicks the ball on the on side but missed the line of the delivery and it crashed into his stumps. England edge closer to an emphatic win.
Mark Wood picks his second wicket of the day as he removes Mahmudullah for 28. The right hander was trying to flick the ball but it took a leading edge. Wicket-keeper Jonny Bairstow ran his heart out towards square leg and caught the ball easily. Bangladesh are seven down now.
Ben Stokes picks his second wicket of the night as he gets rid of Mosaddek Hossain. The right-hander went for the pull shot but top edged the ball and Jofra Archer took a good running catch at square leg. Bangladesh have lost their sixth wicket now.
Mosaddek Hossain and Mahmudullah have already put together 23 runs off 14 deliveries and the duo are looking to issue a last ditch effort to get close to the target. They need 145 off 48 deliveries and one would feel they are just batting to improve their run-rate.
A perfect yorker from Ben Stokes and that is the end of Shakib Al Hasan’s innings. Shakib was castled for 121 and after 30 overs, Bangladesh are 224 for the loss of five wickets.
Good ground for BAN
Most 100s scored at a venue by BAN batsmen:
14 Mirpur (91 ODIs)
04 Cardiff (3) *
03 Bulawayo (11)
03 Chattogram ZAC (19)
A loopy ball from Adil Rashid and Mahmudullah slammed him for a six straight down the ground. However, it was a great spell of bowling by the spinner as he ended up with figures of 1/64 in 10 overs. A tad costly but was able to keep the batsmen quiet for quite some time. BAN 196/4
Hundred for Shakib
Shakib scores a hundred
His 8th ODI century
1st century for Shakib against England
His 2nd century in England
Interestingly, the last time he scored a century in ODIs was:
vs New Zealand, at Cardiff (same venue)
Date- 09 June 2017 (almost exactly 2 years ago)
He now becomes only the 2nd Bangladesh player after Mahmudullah to have scored a century in the World Cup
Only the 4th different Bangladesh player to have scored a century against England in ODIs
Stat Attack: Mushfiqur Rahim
Rahim departs for 44 (50)
First time dismissed for 40s this year
2nd time dismissed by Liam Plunkett in ODIs
Shakib/Rahim put 106 runs for the 3rd wicket, which is now the 2nd highest for the 3rd wicket in this WC
An absolutely unnecessary shot from Mohammad Mithun and he is dismissed by Adil Rashid for a duck. A needless slog and Jonny Bairstow completed a sharp catch behind the stumps as Bangladesh are 170/4
The partnership finally comes to an end as Liam Plunkett dismisses Mushfiqur Rahim for 44. It was a slower one from Plunkett and Rahim ended up top edging it to Jason Roy. Bangladesh 169/3
100-run partnership between Shakib/Rahim
This is the duo’s 6th 100 run partnership in ODIs.
Which is now the most by a Bangladesh pair in ODIs.
Shakib moves into 80s
Shakib Al Hasan continues to score in boundaries as he hits back to back fours off Rashid Khan to move into the 80s. He hit Rashid for a boundary on the last ball of his previous over and now sweeps hom for a boundary on the first ball of his next over.
Exquisite batting by Shakib Al Hasan. The all-rounder is looking at ease against Adil Rashid and he slammed the spinner for a four straight down the ground. This is turning out to be a great innings from the former skipper as Bangladesh are 135/2 after 24 overs.
Stat Attack: Partnership
50-run partnership between Shakib/Rahim
This is the duo’s 24th 50+ runs partnership
This is 3rd consecutive instance that the 3rd wicket partnership has put 50+ runs
5th instance that Shakib and Mushfiqur Rahim have put up 50+ run partnership in ODIs (all these 5 have been for the 3rd wicket)
Fifty for Shakib
Shakib Al Hasan scores yet another fifty
This is his 4th consecutive fifty
Only the 2nd Bangladesh player to score 4 consecutive 50+ scores in ODIs
Tamim Iqbal is the other one; he has done it twice:
Five consecutive 50+ scores in 2012
Four consecutive 50+ scores2015
His 45th half-century in ODIs
His 3rd against England
His 6th fifty in his last 7 ODI innings
His 8th half-century in the World Cup
Adil Rashid is introduced into the attack and both Shakib Al Hasan and Mushfiqur Rahim are looking quite comfortable against the spin option. 6 runs from the over and after 18 overs, Bangladesh are 93/2
Shakib & Rahim
Last five partnerships between Shakib & Rahim: 57, 68*, 64, 142 & 50.
This will be great news for Bangladesh as they need a big one from these two batsmen if they want to finish this run chase. This has been a steady but quite slow batting by them and after 16.2 overs, they are 84/2
Stat Attack: Tamim Iqbal
Tamim dismissed by Wood for 18 (29)
His last 4 ODI innings have all been of below 25 runs
5th consecutive time sin ODIs now that he has been dismissed by a fast bowler
Out of his 14 innings against England, he has been dismissed 13 times out caught (1 LBW)
A needless slog from Tamim Iqbal and he could only manage to hit it straight to Eoin Morgan. The partnership was going well and there was no need for Tamim to play that shot and Bangladesh are 65/2
Shakib Al Hasan has been the aggressor in the partnership with 34 off 34 balls and he has steadied the innings with Tamim Iqbal trying to find his form on the other end. In a chase like this, a good start is extremely necessary but their slow run rate is taking the game away from Bangladesh. BAN 63/1
Superb from Archer
Jofra Archer is bowling beautifully and Tamim Iqbal has no idea how to deal with his extra bounce. After struggling for most of the 10th over, Tamim did finish the over with a six over fine leg. However, the run rate is not nearly enough in this run chase. BAN 48/1
It will require a record chase at a World Cup, beating Ireland running down England’s 327 in the 2011 edition, if Bangladesh is to make it two wins from three games this tournament.
Stat Attack: Soumya Sarkar
Soumya Sarkar departs for 2 (8)
His 2ndsingle digit dismissal of 2019
Back to back bowled dismissals for him now in ODIs
4th consecutive times now that he has been dismissed by a fast bowler
An absolute beauty from Jofra Archer and Soumya Sarkar was castled for 2. The ball moves slightly and it pierced the gap between bat and pad perfectly. BAN 11/1
It has been a slow but steady start by the Bangladesh openers - Tamim Iqbal and Soumya Sarkar. Both of them are taking their time in assessing the deliveries and this will give them a perfect chance to accelerate over time. 3 overs gone, Bangladesh are 8/0
England post 386/6 in 50 overs
Saifuddin concedes 13 runs in the last over as England post 386/6 in 50 overs. Plunkett and Woakes have strung a crucial partnership of 45 runs from 17 balls.
England cross 350
Woakes hits Mustafizur for two sixes as England cross 350 in 48 overs. The home team already have a big total, how much more can they get from here? England: 355/6.
Stokes fails to provide late finish
Mortaza comes in to take a catch, fumbles the ball, but manages to hold on to it. Stokes departs for six runs from seven balls.
Morgan goes for 35
Morgan goes for a big shot, Hasan runs in from the deep, judges the catch and holds onto it brilliantly. England: 340/5 in 46.5 overs.
Buttler goes for 64
Buttler goes for a big shot and in the process is caught by Sarkar in the deep. The wicketkeeper-batsman seemed to be struggling with an injury, but still managed 64 off 44 balls. England: 330/4 in 45.2 overs.
Shakib finishes with figures of 0/71
Shakib concedes 9 runs in the 45th over as he finishes with poor figures of 0/71. He has had a bad day at the office with the ball, the Bangladesh camp will hope that he comes good with the bat today. England: 324/3.
Buttler scores fifty
Buttler tucks the ball and picks up a double to bring up his half-century off just 33 balls. England move to 309/3 in 43 overs.
Buttler nears fifty
Buttler smashes Mustafizur for a six as he nears a half-century. He moves to 47 runs from 30 balls.
England reach 275/3 in 40 overs
Buttler and Morgan take England to 275/3 in 40 overs. The hosts will surely look to get another 100 runs from here with Stokes still in the dugout.
Buttler takes centre stage
Buttler smashes Hossain for a six and a four as he looks to open his arms for the death overs. England move to 255/3 in 37.3 overs.
Roy departs for 153
Roy was on a roll here! He smashed Hasan for three consecutive sixes as he moved to 153 from 120 balls. However, in the next ball, he got out caught while trying to go for another six. He goes for 153 as England move to 235/3 in 34.4 overs.
Buttler survives a review
Saifuddin strikes Buttler’s pads and goes up for an appeal. The umpire turns the Bangladesh players down, but they go for a review. Ball tracker shows that the ball would have missed the leg stump.
Root departs for 21 runs
Saifuddin bowls a slower delivery as Root plays the delivery onto his stumps. He goes for 21 runs as England are at 205/2 in 31.3 overs.
Roy and Root take England to 200 in 31 overs
Roy smashes Shakib for two boundaries and a six as England move to 202/1 in 31 overs. Roy is looking set for a double hundred at the moment.
There’s the 50 partnership between Joe Root and Jason Roy. Ominous signs for Bangladesh. England looking set for a big big total.
Roy scores 9th ODI century
Roy strikes the ball towards square-leg and takes off for a single. But there’s a misfield and the ball runs away to the boundary. The English opener realises he has reached a hundred and starts to celebrate, but dashes into the umpire and knocks him down. Players come in and check on him and the umpire looks fine. Roy scores his 9th ODI century as England move to 167/1 in 27 overs.
England reach 154/1 in 25 overs
Roy and Root have strung a partnership of 26 runs so far as England reach 154/1 in 25 overs. Roy has scored 91 runs off 85 balls so far and he just might get a double hundred today.
Roy nears century
Roty has played a superlative innings of 81 runs from 75 balls so far. The English opener is on his way to a brilliant hundred. England: 144/1 in 22.5 overs.
Bairstow departs for 51 runs
Bairstow gets a leading edge and Hasan takes a brilliant catch. Bangladesh finally get a breakthrough via Mortaza’s bowling. England: 128/1 in 19.1 overs.
400 on the cards for England
Roy and Bairstow have taken England to 120/0 in 18 overs. If these two bat for another ten overs, then England can surely look at a 400-plus score.
Bairstow nears fifty
Jonny Bairstow has had a rough World Cup so far. However, he is surely going to turnaround his form today. He has scored 41 runs off 43 balls so far.
England move to 95/0 in 14 overs
Bangladesh have tried everything, but they are still inable to get a wicket here. Roy and Bairstow are cruising towards a 300-plus score for England.
Half-century for Roy
Roy strikes Saifuddin for a six and a four and brings up his half-century off 38 balls. It looks like the opener may get a hundred today.
Roy nears fifty
Roy is timing the ball sweetly as he moves to 38 runs from 33 balls. There seems to be no nerves from the openers about their recent poor record against Bangladesh.
England cross 50 in 8 overs
Saifuddin concedes 16 runs as England cross 50 in 8 overs. Roy and Bairstow are playing their shots confidently on a belter of a wicket in Cardiff.
Roy and Bairstow get England off to a good start
Roy and Bairstow have taken England to 36/0 in 7 overs. A good start will set the platform for a big total for the hosts.
Roy looks in good touch
Roy is looking good in the middle at the moment. He had a poor game against Pakistan and therefore he will be looking for a big score today.
Shakib starts brilliantly
Shakin concedes just one run in the first over as England move to 1/0. Roy and Bairstow will be looking to get off to a good start and keep the pressure on Bangladesh.
Ready for the national anthems
The players have lined up for the national anthem. Bangladesh’s national anthem to be played out first, followed by England’s.
Stats that matter
225: Average 1st innings score at this venue (last 5 completed ODIs)
0/2: England have lost both their previous 2 matches against Bangladesh in the World Cup. In 2015, lost by 15 runs (9 March 2015). In 2011, lost by 2 wickets (11 March 2011)
2/2: Bangladesh have played 2 ODIs at Cardiff, both of which they have won.
224: The highest partnership by runs (for any wicket) between Mahmudullah and Shakib Al Hasan (BAN) vs New Zealand for the 5th wicket in 2017 at Cardiff.
76.75: Jos Buttler’s average at Cardiff, which is the highest by any player who has batted in atleast 5 innings at that venue.
37: runs required by Mahmudullah to complete 500 runs in the World Cup.
33: runs required by Mohammad Mithun to complete 500 ODI runs.
2: catches required by Shakib Al Hasan to complete 50 catches in ODIs.
5: Mark Wood needs 5 more wickets to complete 50 ODI wickets.
26/679: With 26 wickets Shakib Al Hasan is the leading wicket taker for Bangladesh in the World Cup. He is also the leading run scorer for Bangladesh in the World Cup with 679 runs.
1: Mahmudullah is the lone centurion for Bangladesh in the World Cup. He has scored 2 centuries in World Cup 2015. Both in consecutive matches, vs England and then vs New Zealand
England (Playing XI): Jason Roy, Jonny Bairstow, Joe Root, Eoin Morgan(c), Ben Stokes, Jos Buttler(w), Chris Woakes, Jofra Archer, Adil Rashid, Liam Plunkett, Mark Wood (One change - Plunkett in place of Moeen)
Bangladesh (Playing XI): Tamim Iqbal, Soumya Sarkar, Shakib Al Hasan, Mushfiqur Rahim(w), Mohammad Mithun, Mahmudullah, Mosaddek Hossain, Mohammad Saifuddin, Mehidy Hasan, Mashrafe Mortaza(c), Mustafizur Rahman
What the captains said
Mashrafe Mortaza, Bangladesh captain: This pitch has been under cover for the last two days. We liked to but we are sticking with the same team. Last match was disappointing but hopefully we will bounce back. We have to play at our best to beat this England team.
Eoin Morgan, England captain: I don’t think this is a bad toss to lose considering the amount of grass that has come off this wicket. We had a bad day against Pakistan. We played some good cricket against South Africa and hopefully we will play good cricket too.
Bangladesh win the toss and opt to field first against England.
What’s the pitch like?
It’s green in simple words, according to media reports. And coupled with the rain forecast, it is certain to be another bowl first day. Interesting to see if England really carry on with Adil Rashid or opt for Liam Plunkett .
Mushfiqur threat for England
Bangladesh’s Mushfiqur Rahim has been stellar form. Stats prove that he stands between victory and England. (Read the full story here)
England (Predicted XI): Jason Roy, Jonny Bairstow, Joe Root, Eoin Morgan(c), Ben Stokes, Jos Buttler(w), Moeen Ali, Chris Woakes, Jofra Archer, Liam Plunkett, Mark Wood
Bangladesh (Predicted XI): Tamim Iqbal, Soumya Sarkar, Shakib Al Hasan, Mushfiqur Rahim(w), Mohammad Mithun, Mahmudullah, Mosaddek Hossain, Mohammad Saifuddin, Mehidy Hasan, Mashrafe Mortaza(c), Mustafizur Rahman
It has been raining in Cardiff for the last 2 days, so one can expect the pitch to play a few tricks. Though there is not much rain scheduled during the match, high winds could see that change very quickly indeed.
Why the hype?
If England and Bangladesh were meeting in a bilateral one-day series then this match might not have generated so much interest. But there is something about an England-Bangladesh World Cup encounter. The results of the last two World Cups certainly say so. Bangladesh beat England in World Cup 2011 as well as in World Cup 2015, which knocked out of the tournament from the group stages. There was a spat between the players too during that game in Adelaide.
Hello and welcome
A very warm welcome to the live coverage of ICC World Cup 2019 match between England and Bangladesh at Sofia Gardens, Cardiff. This game has all the potential of turning out to be classic. It sure did in the last two Word Cups.