Tiger all-rounder Shakib Al Hasan scored a half-century with the bat to chase runs in the second ODI of the series in Mirpur. But his personal innings was not made bigger. Adil said to Rashid and returned to the dressing room. As of writing this report, the hosts have scored 129 runs for 5 wickets.
Now Mahmudullah is unbeaten on 19 runs and Afif on zero runs.
Bangladesh lost two wickets in the first over bowled by Sam Curran in the run chase. Openers Liton Kumar Das and Nazmul Hossain Shanto returned for zero runs. After coming to bowl in the third over, Curran picked up another one. Mushfiqur Rahim returned to Sajghar after scoring 4 runs off 5 balls.
Opener Tamim Iqbal and all-rounder Shakib Al Hasan led the team that lost 3 wickets for just 9 runs. At this time, the two made a pair of 79 runs. Then English spinner Moin Ali broke that pair. He handed over the catch to James Vince for a personal 35 runs.
Earlier, Bangladesh captain Tamim Iqbal Khan invited England to bat after winning the toss at the beginning of the match. After losing the toss, the visitors lost their wicket in the beginning. Opener Phil Salt returned to Sajghar for 7 runs off Taskin Ahmed. David Malan scored 11 runs for the second wicket. Vince is out for 5 runs.
Opener Jason Roy started batting brilliantly with team leader Jos Buttler in the fourth wicket pair. At this time, the two scored 109 runs together. That’s how the English got the basis of the big collection. Jason Roy brought up a personal century innings. Then Roy was dismissed for a personal 132 runs by Shakib Al Hasan.
After that, team leader Jos Buttler started increasing the team score with Moeen Ali. Picked up a personal half-century. He was on the way to the century. But Mehdi Hasan Miraj took a great catch and brought him back to the court. Miraj scored 76 runs off 64 balls. Moeen Ali scored 42 runs off just 35 balls.
Meanwhile, Sam Curren ended the innings with Adil Rashid. Sam Curren remained unbeaten on 33 runs off 19 balls and Adil Rashid on 6 runs off 5 balls.