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ENG vs BAN Match Result
- Cricket World Cup 2019 Match 12
386/6 (50.0 ov)
280/10 (48.5 ov)
England won by 106 runs
Player of the match:
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the winning captain said: "More positives from the game today, we knew we would have to improve to win a tough game today, and with the bat we were outstanding. Jason got a significant score at a good clip, which is quite intimidating. I think the majority of people will open with spin, there's always something that sides will throw up against us, but we are prepared for whatever they throw at us."
On being questioned about Jos Buttler, the skipper replied that him not keeping today was just a precautionary measure and that the team would be observing him in the next couple of days.
, the losing captain, quipped: "I think 389 is too many to be asking from the batsmen, the first four or five overs we were in control but then they took over. We knew we had to get Roy out to get back into the match."
He also said that a score of 320-330 might have been a better target to chase for the batsmen. He also talked about how Shakib has been an important part of their set-up and that he comes up trumps whenever the situation demands. He also said that the other players hopefully step up in the remaining games.
The Player of the Match is Jason Roy!
He said: "We wanted to give ourselves the best possible chance to right the wrongs of the game a few days back. We did not know what a good score would be so we wanted to give ourselves as much of a chance. We've been playing well for the last two years and we just back ourselves to go out there and get the job done."
Bangladesh won the toss and elected to field but everything went rather downhill for them from there. Though the English openers took a bit of time to get set, they soon unfurled their belligerent colours with Roy in particular, looking close to his best. Once the openers had set the foundation, Buttler came in and weaved his magic. Towards the end, Woakes and Plunkett added the finishing touches to propel England to 386.
At the half-way stage, Bangladesh looked to be out of the contest and that is exactly how the second half of the match panned out. Soumya Sarkar's early wicket threw their innings into disarray and they never really recovered to mount a serious challlenge. The only bright spots for Bangladesh through the day were Shakib's batting and Mehidy's guileful bowling.
With the victory against Bangladesh, England have allayed all fears of panic striking their ranks with a truly accomplished display. Though bigger and sterner tests await the home side, they would certainly be happy with their return of two wins in three games so far.
Archer finishes off with a nasty bouncer to scalp Mustafizur!
A brute of a delivery rises on Mustafizur and he has no answer to it. He tries to evade it but he takes his eyes away from the ball. The ball hits him somewhere near the glove and lobs up into the gleeful gloves of Bairstow. Archer finishes today with three wickets against his name.
48.5 OUT! Caught. Jofra Archer to Mustafizur Rahman. Short, down leg side ducked Fended, Gloved in the air uncontrolled to short fine leg, by Bairstow.
48.4 Jofra Archer to Mustafizur Rahman. Yorker, down leg side no foot movement defending, back to bowler for no runs, fielded by Archer.
48.3 Jofra Archer to Mustafizur Rahman. Length ball, outside off stump no foot movement pushing, to short extra cover for no runs, fielded by Morgan.
Mustafizur Rahman walks out to bat. Can Archer wipe off the tail in this over?
Archer instantly gets his reward!
A short and wide delivery outside off-stump is edged to the keeper by Mehidy. The batsman backed away in order to counter Archer's pace and that left him a little too far away from where the ball ultimately pitched. He tried to throw the kitchen sink at it but only succeeded in tickling it to the keeper.
48.2 OUT! Caught. Jofra Archer to Mehedi Hasan. Back of a length, outside off stump on the back foot cutting, bottom edge to wicketkeeper, by Bairstow.
48.1 Jofra Archer to Mashrafe Mortaza. Length ball, off stump on the back foot glancing, to fine leg for 1 run, fielded by Rashid.
Archer returns for his final burst!
BAN: 279/8(RR 5.81)
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47.6 Ben Stokes to Mehedi Hasan. Slower ball back of a length, outside off stump on the back foot defending, back to bowler for no runs, fielded by Stokes.
47.5 Ben Stokes to Mashrafe Mortaza. Half volley, outside off stump backing away driving, to deep point for 1 run.
47.4 Ben Stokes to Mehedi Hasan. Half volley, outside off stump on the front foot driving, to deep cover for 1 run.
Mashrafe Mortaza in a Courtney Walsh-esque manner is keeping his wicket intact and hobbling (literally) towards the end of the game.
47.3 Ben Stokes to Mashrafe Mortaza. Length ball, outside off stump backing away Steer, to third man for 1 run, fielded by Plunkett.
47.2 Ben Stokes to Mashrafe Mortaza. Length ball, off stump backing away driving, to extra cover for no runs, fielded by Morgan.
47.1 Ben Stokes to Mashrafe Mortaza. Back of a length, outside off stump on the back foot defending, to short extra cover for no runs, fielded by Stokes.
Mehidy crashes another delivery for four.
This one is bowled a little fuller and the batsman lays back and climbs into it. He hits it over the bowler's head for four.
BAN: 276/8(RR 5.87)
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46.6 FOUR! Mark Wood to Mehedi Hasan. Half volley, off stump backing away driving, well timed past long off for 4 runs.
46.5 Mark Wood to Mashrafe Mortaza. Length ball, outside off stump backing away driving, to extra cover for 1 run.
Mehedi notches a boundary of his own!
The allr-rounder flicks one around the corner and puts it beyond the reach of fine leg for four.
46.4 Mark Wood to Mehedi Hasan. Off cutter length ball, outside off stump on the back foot Steer, to third man for 1 run, fielded by Woakes.
46.3 FOUR! Mark Wood to Mehedi Hasan. Short, outside off stump on the back foot pulling, well timed in the air under control past fine leg for 4 runs.
46.2 Mark Wood to Mashrafe Mortaza. Back of a length, outside off stump on the back foot Steer, well timed to third man for 1 run, run save by Woakes.
Sophia Gardens Cardiff, Cardiff
Saturday, June 8, 2019, 03:00 PM IST
Cricket World Cup 2019
Bangladesh won the toss and elected to bowl.
Joel Wilson, Handunnettige Dharmasena
ENGLAND's PLAYING 11
BANGLADESH's PLAYING 11
Shakib Al Hasan