no no Bangladesh could not pass the English test due to the failure of the batsmen and bowlers. First, the English batsmen attacked the Bangladeshi bowlers, then the English bowlers attacked the Bangladeshi batters. No one is inferior to anyone.
Because of the failure of the bowlers and batters, Bangladesh faced defeat in their second match in the World Cup. Bangladesh were bowled out for 227 runs after England set a target of 365 runs. As a result, England won by 137 runs.
Bangladesh fell into a batting disaster when they came to bat against the target of 365 runs given by England. Bangladesh stood on the edge of the abyss after losing three wickets in just 49 runs.
Today, the first three wickets of Bangladesh were taken by pacer Rhys Topley, who was placed in England’s eleven. This time Chris Woakes signed up to take wickets with him. The top order of Bangladesh has completely collapsed in these two bowlers.
In such a situation of the team, the two half-centuries of today’s match Liton-Mushfique tried to catch the lead of the team but they could not succeed. Bangladesh’s innings came to a standstill after the failure of Bangladesh’s batsmen. For which the Englishmen got a huge victory by a fore run.
Liton Das and Tanjid Hasan Tamim opened for Bangladesh today. Tamim failed like the first match.
He returned with 1 run in two balls. Bangladesh’s opening pair broke in just 14 runs on his departure.
Nazmul Hossain Shanto, the half-centurion of the previous match, returned with zero runs after Tamim’s departure.
Shakib, the team’s danger captain, also returned with just 1 run. Then Litnan Das tried to save the team’s disaster with Mehedi Hasan Miraj.
But when Mirage returned to Sajghar after scoring 8 runs off 7 balls, the pair broke up. Bangladesh fell into disaster by losing 4 wickets for just 49 runs.
When the batters came and went at one end, Liton Das, who did not get a run in the first match, kept the other end in check. After the fall of four wickets, he continued to fight with Mushfiqur.
Liton-Mushfique pair was showing hope to everyone. Meanwhile, Lytton took a personal half-century off just 38 balls. But this pair could not stay for long.
Litton returned with 76 runs off 66 balls. The Liton-Mushfique duo broke up. Mushfiq paired with Tawheed Hriday after Liton’s departure. Picked up a personal half century. He scored 50 off 61 balls. However, Mushfiqur took the path to the pavilion after scoring a half century. He went back to 51 off 64 balls. On his departure, Bangladesh lost 6 wickets for the team’s 164 runs.
After Mushfiq’s departure, Tawheed Hriday paired up with Mehdi Hasan. 25 runs from 49 balls from this pair. But when the team got back to 189 runs, this pair was broken. Tawheed Hridoy scored 39 runs off 61 balls.
Mehdi Hasan, Taskin, Shariful and Mostafiz could not accumulate many runs on the scoreboard after Tawheed Hriday’s departure. As a result, Bangladesh were all out for 227 runs. And the English won by 137 runs. Rhys Topley took 4 wickets alone.
Earlier, the English batsmen went to bat after losing the toss in their second match in the World Cup and attacked the Bangladeshi bowlers.
Opener David Malan has already brought up a personal century. He scored a century off 91 balls. Today against Bangladesh, the English scored 200 runs in 32 overs 1 ball.
Jonny Bairstow and David Malan opened for England today.
This pair started attacking the Bangladeshi bowlers from the beginning. This pair crossed 100 team runs.
Finally Shakib Al Hasan broke the pair of these two openers. He brought back Jonny Bairstow to complete his half-century.
As a result of Jonny Bairstow’s departure, the team broke the opening pair of 115 runs.
From the beginning of the game, these two openers started attacking the Bangladeshi bowlers. Neither pace nor spin could stop these two openers.
These two openers brought up their individual half-centuries. David Malan completed his half century in just 39 balls. Which includes 7 fours and two sixes.
On the other hand, Jonny Bairstow brought up his half-century off 54 balls.
The English completed the team’s century by playing only 15 over 3 balls in the devastating batting of these two openers. There is a fear that Bangladesh will be buried today in Ran Pahar.
But Shakib, the savior of the Bangladesh team, broke this pair with 115 runs.
After losing the first wicket for the team’s 115 runs, David Malan started the rampage again with Joe Root.
Meanwhile, he picked up a personal century. He scored 100 off 91 balls. Which includes 12 fours and two sixes.
Don’t go too low. He also picked up a personal half-century off 44 balls.
Sheikh Mehdi sent back Malan for the team’s 266 runs. He scored 140 runs off 107 balls.
Then pacer Shariful Islam returned Jos Buttler who scored 20 runs from 10 balls.
Then Joe Root was raising the team’s collection. Finally, he went back to Shariful after scoring 82 runs off 68 balls. The collection of the team was then 307.
Then the English scored 364 runs after losing 9 wickets in the allotted 50 overs. For Bangladesh, Mehdi Hasan took 4 wickets, Shariful Islam 3, Shakib one and Taskin Ahmed took one.