England vs Bangladesh, highlights, ICC Champions Trophy: Joe Root ton drives ENG to win
Joe Root’s unbeaten 133 proved to be the driving force as England opened their ICC Champions Trophy 2017 campaign with an eight wicket win over Bangladesh. Get highlights of England vs Bangladesh hereicc champions trophy 2017 Updated: Jun 02, 2017 14:28 IST
Joe Root (133*) scored his 10th ODI century and was involved in two 140-plus stands with Alex Hales (95) and Eoin Morgan (75*) as England defeated Bangladesh by eight wickets in the opening match of the ICC Champions Trophy 2017 on Thursday. Earlier, Tamim Iqbal and Mushfiqur Rahim’s 166-run stand helped Bangladesh notch 305/6 in 50 overs. Liam Plunkett was the pick of England bowlers taking four wickets for 59 runs. Get highlights of England vs Bangladesh here. (SCORECARD | LIVE STREAMING INFO)
22:53 hrs IST: That’s all folks. Tomorrow another important match is coming up as Australia face New Zealand in a Group A match.
22:51 hrs IST: This was the first time that a 300-plus target has been chased in the ICC Champions Trophy
22:50 hrs IST: There’s a lot of confidence in the dressing room, we back each other and it rubs off on everyone. Nice know you’ve got guys like Ben Stokes waiting to come in. [Plan was] making sure we had plenty of wickets in hand at the back end, one of the top four being not out between 70 and 100, we did a really good job. Ankle’s all right - more of a calf issue - hopefully just bad cramp - Joe Root
22:47 hrs IST: Mashrafe Mortaza: “I think 305 was a little bit short, but they batted really well and took the game away from us. Initially, getting used to the pitch, the openers take a bit of time; at the end, when we have wickets in hand, we have to do better. First match we decided to go with eight batters, but we have to think about it. The main bowlers must bowl better.”
22:45 hrs IST: Joe Root is named Man of the Match for his unbeaten 133
22:40 hrs IST: There were two 140-plus stands for England and that led too Bangladesh’s loss. None of the Bangladesh bowlers showed the attacking prowess as their challenge fizzled out.
22:39 hrs IST: FOUR! IT’S Over. England win by eights wickets as Joe Root hits a four off Mosaddek as England reach 308/2.
22:36 hrs IST: FOUR! Root takes England even closer to win as he launches Rubel in extra cover. ENG 300/2 in 47 overs
22:32 hrs IST: Morgan follows it up with a four through the. Root too joins the party with a four. ENG 290/2 in 46 overs
22:29 hrs IST: SIX! Morgan is making it very easy towards the end for England. Now he gets after Mustafizur and hits him over long-on.
22:26 hrs IST: A six and a four from Root in the 45th over. The required run rate goes down for England. They are 274/2 in 45 overs (Root 114*, Morgan 60*).
22:22 hrs IST: Mustafizur Rahman is brought back to the attack and he concedes five runs from the over. England are 263/2 in 44 overs (Root 103*, Morgan 60*).
22:16 hrs IST: Joe Root takes two runs to complete his 10th ODI century. England are well on course in their chase.
22:10 hrs IST: FOUR! Captain Morgan has taken all the limelight from Joe Root. He reaches the half-century in 45 balls
22:03 hrs IST:SIX AND A FOUR! Morgan brings down the asking rate by hitting Shakib over long-on. Then he places the ball in the deep extra region for a four. ENG 244/2 in 41 overs
22:00 hrs IST: FOUR! Rather than slowing down Root reaches 94 with a wonderful cover-drive against Mortaza. ENG 231/2 in 40 overs
21:56 hrs IST: Root has moved to his 90s now. And he has hit just five fours so far. That alone shows his grit. he has been the epitome of composure. ENG 226/2 in 39 overs
21:47 hrs IST: Shakib continues. But his spin has been ineffective. That has been the story of most of the Bangladesh bowlers today. They failed to capitalise on the good start given by Mortaza. ENG 214/2 in 37 overs
21:42 hrs IST: Drama on field. Tamim is confident that he has taken Morgan’s catch but Umpires decide to go upstairs. Replays show that the ball touched the ground. It’s a not out! ENG 205/2
21:39 hrs IST: Shakib comes back into the attack. He gives away five runs.
21:32 hrs IST: FOUR! Morgan again at his striking best. He launches Mosaddek over deep mid-wicket. England and slowly but surely inching closer towards a win. ENG 199/2 in 34 overs
21:27 hrs IST: FOUR! Morgan pulls Rubel over mid-on as England’s required run-rate falls just below 6.85 per over. ENG 190/2 in 33 overs
21:23 hrs IST: No boundaries for England in the last two overs. They know they are in control as they need less than 120 now in 18 overs. ENG 184/2 in 32 overs
21:15 hrs IST: FOUR! Root goes on the backfoot and hits Mosaddek on the off-side. ENG 177/2 in 30 overs
21:10 hrs IST: FOUR! Captain Eoin Morgan takes little time to settle as he hits Mortaza towards third man boundary. ENG 171/2 in 29 overs
21:05 hrs IST: WICKET! Hales (95) departs
He falls five runs short of his century as Sabbir breaks the stand. Substitute fielder Sunzamul Islam takes the catch at deep mid-wicket.
21:03 hrs IST: SIX AND FOUR! Hales on the offensive now!
20:52 hrs IST: Mustafizur has so far given away just 20 runs in five overs.But for Bangladesh the problems are somewhere else. They need to break Root and Hales’ partnership which has crossed 135 now. ENG 147/1 in 26 overs
20:45 hrs IST: Rubel bowls a good over and gives away just two runs. Mostly full length deliveries there. Root and Hales know their game. ENG 135/1 in 24 overs
20:40 hrs IST: Mustafizur continues. England batsmen know his potential and are taking little chance against him. That doesn’t mean that they are shying away from taking singles and two. ENG 133/1 in 23 overs
20:36 hrs IST: Joe Root takes two runs off Shakib to complete his 22nd half-century. ENG 126/1 in 22 overs
20:33 hrs IST: Hales goes after Shakib as he hits him for a four and a six! First he sweeps and then hits shakinb over long-off.
20:27 hrs IST: Mustafizur is back! And he almost makes an impact. First he beats Joe Root and then alsmost gets an edge. ENG 111/1 in 21 overs
20:26 hrs IST: Is it time to bring Mustafizur again? Bangaldesh need wickets badly now. ENG 110/1 in 20 overs, need 196 runs more
20:24 hrs IST: FOURS! Joe root reaches 45 as he lifts Rubel over mid-on and then over backward point. ENG 104/1 in 19 overs
20:17 hrs IST: Mosaddek Hossain continues from the other end. No wickets though. The two batsmen have settled down well. ENG 95/1 in 18 overs
20:15 hrs IST: Half-century for Hales. He bring up his ninth one with a four at mid-wicket against Rubel. ENG 90/1 in 17 overs
20:11 hrs IST: When there are no boundaries in sight just rely on running between the wickets. England strategy is simple and the implement it yet again against Mosaddek. ENG 83/1 in 16 overs
20:08 hrs IST: Rubel relies on the offish deliveries. He gives away five runs. England would take it with pleasure. ENG 76/1 in 15 overs
20:03 hrs IST: Rubel Hossain into the attack now. Bangladesh is throwing everything they have got at England.
20:00 hrs IST: Mosaddek Hossain comes in place of Mustafizur. He gives away just four runs. Too many bowling changes happening. ENG 41/1 in 14 overs.
19:56 hrs IST: FOURS! Root’s brilliance on show. First he hits Sarkar to deep mid-wicket fence and then takes full advantage of loose delivery to direct the ball past the keeper. ENG 67/1 in 13 overs
19:54 hrs IST: Mustafizur bowls a steady line from the other end and gives away just three runs. ENG 58/1 in 12 overs
19:52 hrs IST: Soumya Sarkar gives away just four runs. ENG 55/1 in 11 overs
19:50 hrs IST: Soumya Sarkar comes to bowl from the other end. They need wickets here. Hales has moved to 35 while Root has scored 15.
19:45 hrs IST: Mustafizur Rahman comes to bowl. Bangladesh needs his off-cutters badly today. But he gets hit for a four as England notch 50 in 9.2 overs
19:40 hrs IST: FOUR again! Poor fielding by Tamim at long-on as Hales moves to his 30s. BAN need to stop this steady flow of boundaries. ENG 45/1 in seven overs
19:35 hrs IST: FOUR! After two boundary-less overs, Hales frees his arms with a four off Shakib over mid-wicket. ENG 38/1 in six overs
19:33 hrs IST: After conceding a couple of fours in his previous over, Mortaza makes a strong comeback. The captain gives away just three runs. ENG 30/1 in 5 overs
19:31 hrs IST: Shakib continues to bowl from the other end. He has been economical so far. Gives away just 4 runs. ENG 27/1 in 4 overs
19:24 hrs IST: FOURS! England dealing in boundaries here. Hales goes after Mortaza and hit two fours. ENG 23/1 in 5 overs
19: 22 hrs IST: FOUR! Root drives Shakib through covers. This England side has quite a batting depth. ENG 13/1 in 4 overs
19:18 hrs IST: Joe Root is the new batsman at the crease. ENG 7/1 in 3 overs
19:15 hrs IST:WICKET! Mortaza strikes . Roy gone. ENG 6/1
Roy goes for a scoop but is caught at short fine leg by Mustafizur Rahman off Mashrafe Mortaza.
19:12 hrs IST: FOUR! England get their first boundary as Hales gets one in th cover region off Shakib. BAN 6/0 in 2 overs
19:11 hrs IST: Shakib will bowl the second over. Interesting strategy there.
19:10 hrs IST: Single off the last ball for Hales. England 2/0 after first over.
19:09 hrs IST: Roy flicks it to square leg to get off the mark with a single.
19:08 hrs IST: Mortaza to start the proceedings for Bangladesh. Roy to take strike.
19:07 hrs IST: Welcome back!
18:50 hrs IST: Bangladesh have never scored 280-plus batting first against England. This total will be challenging for England if they can’t get a good start.
18: 35 hrs IST:Bangladesh end innings on 305/6 in 50 overs. A decent enough score but a lot will depend on how Bangladesh will bowl
18:31 hrs IST: WICKET! Sabbir (24) out
Plunkett gets his 4th as Sabbir is caught at long-on by Jason Roy
18:30 hrs IST: Bangladesh reach 300 in 49 overs.
18:26 hrs IST: Bangladesh will clearly cross 300 here. But the wicket is flat. Wil they be able to stop the England batsman? BAN 298/5 in 48.4 overs
18:23 hrs IST: FOUR! Sabbir drives Wood towards off side. BAN 284/5
18:19 hrs IST: WICKET! Shakib departs. BAN 277/5
Ball gets his first wicket as Shakib is caught by Stokes while playing with a straight bat.
18:16 hrs IST: FOURS! Shakib uses all his experience to hit Wood for two fours. BAN 272/4 in 46 overs
18:12 hrs IST: Shakib Al Hasan and Sabbir Rahaman at the crease. Onus on them to take Bangladesh close to 300 in the next five overs. They still need 40 runs more.
18:10 hrs IST: WICKET! Mushfiqur Rahim (79) departs. BAN 261/4
The Bangladesh tries to go after Plunkett but he mistimes and s caught at long-off by Alex Hales.
18:08 hrs IST: WICKET! Tamim (128) departs
Plunkett gets a top edge off the opener and he is caught by wicketkeeper Jos Buttler
18:04 hrs IST: FOURS! Rahim ups the ante. First he scoops ball for a four and then goes for the second one on the off-side. BAN 259/2 in 44 overs
18:00 hrs IST: This Bangladesh side has shown that it can do much better than their warm-up performance against India. BAN 247/2 in 43 overs
17:53 hrs IST: SIX! Wood gets the line wrong this time and Tamim punishes him with a maximum over long leg. BAN 241/2 in 42 overs
17: 50 hrs IST: Bangladesh should aim for a 320 plus total from here one. They have eight wickets remaining.
17:45 hrs IST: SIX! Tamim goes after Ali as he uses his feet well and hits the ball over long-on. BAN 229/2 in 40.1 overs
17:42 hrs IST: CENTURY for Tamim Iqbal. His ninth one! The left-handed opener pushes Ali’s delivery towards square leg to complete a well deserved ton.
17:39 hrs IST: Bangladesh cross 200-run mark as Rahim hits Ball for two fours. BAN 209/2 in 38 overs
17:34 hrs IST: Half-century for Mushfiqur Rahim as he hits Root for a four. BAN 198/2 (36.5 ov)
17:31 hrs IST: FOUR! Rahim cuts Ball’s short delivery for a four. He is now on 45. BAN 191/2 in 36 overs
17:26 hrs IST: Tamim has reached his nineties. He has the top score for a Bangladesh batsman against (125) Can he surpass it today? BAN 179/2 in 34 overs
17:21 hrs IST: It’s time for drinks. The third wicket stand between Mushfiqur and Tamim has turned the tide for Bangaldesh. Tamim is batting on 87 while Mushfiqur is on 35
17:17 hrs IST: Joe Root is the new bowler. He gives away five runs. Mushfiqur and Tamim’s stand is now 79. BAN 174/2 in 33 overs
17:13 hrs IST: FOUR! Tamim beautifully times against Stokes for a four in the third man region. BAN 169/2 in 32 overs
17:09 hrs IST: Mark Wood and Ben Stokes have kept the Bangladesh batsmen quiet for the last two overs. They have given just seven runs in 12 balls. BAN 163/2 in 31 overs
17:04 hrs IST: Tamim has crossed 75-run mark in 91 balls. He has paced his innings really well. BAN 158/2 in 30 overs
17:00 hrs IST: Bangladesh’s run-rate is slowly climbing towards 6 per over. This is a crucial phase for both the teams. Tamim, who hit Wood for a four, will be the got to man for The Tigers. BAN 156/2 in 29 overs
16:57 hrs IST: FOUR! Rahim is providing able support to Tamim. This time he pull Stokes over mid-wicket. BAN 150/2 in 28 overs
16:52 hrs IST: Another good over for Bangladesh. Good coordination from the batsmen and take seven runs off Moeen’s over. BAN 143/2 in 27 overs
16:48 hrs IST: Tamim has suddenly changed gears. First he hits Plunkett at backward square leg and then goes for another one at mid-off. BAN 136/2 in 26 overs
16:45 hrs IST: SIX! Tamim comes down the pitch and hits Moeen Ali over extra-cover. Good use of the feet. BAN 125/1 in 25 overs
16:40 hrs IST: Moeen Ali bowls his fourth over and gives away five runs. Tamim and Musfiqur’s stand crucial. Both Imrul Kayes and Sounya Sarkar could not capitalise on their good start. BAN 113/2 in 23 overs
16:36 hrs IST: HALF-CENTURY for Tamim in 71 balls! He hits Plunkett over point to reach his 37th one in ODIs. BAN 108/2 in 22 overs
16:32 hrs IST:FOUR! Rahim is off the blocks quickly. He drives Plunkett to deep extra cover.
16:28 hrs IST: Mushfiqur Rahim is the new batsman at the crease.
16:26 hrs IST: WICKET! Kayes (19) falls
Plunkett strikes after Wood’s diving catch at wide mid-on. Kayes has let go of a good start.
16:22 hrs IST: FOUR: Kayes cuts Stokes’ short delivery over slips. BAN 93/1 in 18 overs
16:20 hrs IST: Stokes is bowling his fourth straight over. He is one talisman for this England team. A lot hinges on him.
16:17 hrs IST: Moeen Ali comes in to bowl. First spinner so far. He gives away just three runs. BAN 86/1 in 17 overs
16:13 hrs IST: It’s time for drinks! Tamim is batting on 39 while Imrul Kayes is on 13. Meanwhile, Chris Woakes is off the field due to a niggle.
16:11 hrs IST: Stokes continues from the other end and gives away just four runs. Nobody can decipher that he cleared the fitness test just this morning. BAN 82/1 in 16 overs
16: 05 hrs IST: And now Tamim comes to the fore. He gets two successive fours off Liam Plunkett. BAN 78/1 in 15 overs
15:59 hrs IST: Kayes doesn't take too much time to settle in. He hits straight fours off Stokes. First was an edge and second one he whipped past square leg. BAN 68/1 in 14 overs
15:55 hrs IST: Imrul Kayes is the new batsman at the crease. He fails to take a single run in his first over. BAN 57/1 in 13 overs
15:53 hrs IST: WICKET! Soumya departs. BAN 56/1
Ben Stokes strikes in his first over! Soumya misjudges Stokes’ short delivery and plays it straight. He is caught by Bairstow.
15:50 hrs IST: Finally the Bangladesh batsmen are coming to their elements. Soumya Sarkar goes after Jake Ball. A six, followed by two fours. BAN 52/0 in 11 overs
15:44 hrs IST: Tamim is letting it off again! He pulls Wood’s bouncer to deep square leg. Bangladesh need more of those. BAN 36/0 in 10 overs
15:40 hrs IST:FOUR! Tamim again. The Bangladesh opener directs Ball’s angled delivery towards long leg. The run-rate is still below 4. BAN 30/0 in nine overs
15:36 hrs IST: FOUR! Tamim straight drives mark Wood for a four. It would give him enough confidence after a slow start. BAN 25/0 in 8 overs
15:32 hsr IST: DROPPED! Moeen Ali lets off Soumya at square leg. Ali couldn’t grasp Soumya’s uppish drive. BAN 20/0 in 7 overs
15:27 hrs IST:FOUR! A faster one from Wood touched Tamim’s gloves and goes over wicketkeeper’s head to the boundary. BAN 20/0 in 6 overs
15:20 hrs IST: First bowling change for England and Bangladesh gets a big over! Back to back boundaries from Soumya Sarkar off Jake Ball. First goes past square leg, second one goes through extra cover. BAN 14/0 in 5 overs
15:15 hrs IST: THREE! Tamim drives Chris Woakes beautifully. BAN 6/0 in 3 overs
15:13 hrs IST: If the early overs are anything to go by, England fast bowlers will have a field day against Bangladesh, if the openers don’t fore early. They are choking them for runs and sooner or late someday is going to get frustrated.
15:11 hrs IST: Bangladesh off the mark as Soumya Sarkar drives Wood for a single. BAN 2/0 in 2 overs
15:08 hrs IST: Mark Wood bowls the second over.
15:06 hrs IST: Woakes begins with a maiden over. Good start for England. Some good swing and bounce on offer for the bowler.
15:02 hrs IST: Tamim Iqbal and Soumya Sarkar are out opening the batting. Chris Woakes opens the bowling. Great start for England as the bowler gets a full length delivery to leave the left-hander to beat his outside edge.
14:55 hrs IST: The national anthem of Bangladesh ‘Aamar sonar Bangla’ is being played out now, followed by the national song of England.
14:38 hrs IST: Here are the playing XIs
England (Playing XI): Jason Roy, Alex Hales, Joe Root, Eoin Morgan(c), Ben Stokes, Jos Buttler(w), Moeen Ali, Chris Woakes, Liam Plunkett, Mark Wood, Jake Ball
Bangladesh (Playing XI): Tamim Iqbal, Soumya Sarkar, Imrul Kayes, Shakib Al Hasan, Mushfiqur Rahim(w), Sabbir Rahman, Mahmudullah, Mosaddek Hossain Saikat, Mashrafe Mortaza(c), Mustafizur Rahman, Rubel Hossain
14:35 hrs IST: Mehedi Hasan, who had success against England in 2016, has been left out for this match. Rubel Hossain is the third seamer in the team.
14:31 hrs IST: England have won the toss and chose to bowl. Jake Ball replaces Adil Rashid in the England team.
14:22 hrs IST: For the ‘new’ England team, the ICC Champions Trophy represents their ultimate test of their transformation. In 2004 and 2013, when they played hosts, they lost in the final twice. Will they be third time lucky? All the answers will be known after June 12 when the play-offs will be decided.
14:19 hrs IST: Bangladesh are indeed in a pool of death. Group A consists of teams like Australia, New Zealand and England and making it to the knock-outs will take some doing. However, such is the nature of the format that one loss by any team could throw the door open.
14:16 hrs IST: This news will cheer England up immensely before the match. England cricket have tweeted that Ben Stokes is fit and will be able to bowl. Initially, it was thought that he might play in the team only as a batsman.
14:12 hrs IST: England are favourites but Eoin Morgan’s team will not take Bangladesh lightly. They have lost their last two ICC encounters, during the 2011 World Cup and the 2015 World Cup. The last loss proved to be catastrophic, with the team being eliminated in the first round.
14:06 hrs IST: England are a much transformed ODI side after their drubbing in the 2015 World Cup. They will be facing the side that led to their transformation, Bangladesh.
14:00 hrs IST: A warm welcome to the first match of the ICC Champions Trophy between England and Bangladesh from the Oval. The Mini World Cup is here and after two months of gruelling T20 action, it is time for some serious ODI cricket and what better way to start than the ICC Champions Trophy.
It remains to be seen whether Ben Stokes will be fully fit for bowling duty on Thursday, as he continues to battle a knee injury. Either way, the in-form all-rounder will definitely play and is likely to be high on confidence after hitting a century against South Africa in his last outing.
Bangladesh will look to opener Tamim Iqbal - a player who has made plenty of runs against England in the past - to put on a show at the top of the order.
LAST ODI MEETING:
Leg-spinner Adil Rashid claimed 4-43 as England won their last ODI with Bangladesh by four wickets in October to seal a 2-1 away series win.
“It certainly was a wake-up call in the fact that you need to be able to adapt in different circumstances.” - England captain Morgan on his side’s disappointing display versus South Africa at Lord’s on Monday in their final match ahead of the tournament.
“Yes, the last (warm-up) match (vs India) wasn’t that good, but I hope the batters will understand their role and not think too much about yesterday [Tuesday].” - Mashrafe Mortaza does not expect his side to be scarred by a score of 84 all out in Tuesday’s warm-up game against India.