Britain have one foot in the elimination rounds after a clinical success over Bangladesh, their second on the jog, while Bangladesh slipped to their second progressive misfortune. Bangladesh were customary with the bat in the wake of winning the throw, while England’s bowlers were excellent, limiting their resistance to only 124 for 9. In answer, England were driven by Jason Roy’s 50 years as they pursued the objective down in 14.1 overs with 8 wickets to save on Wednesday (October 27).
How great were England in the chase?
Clinical! The wicket was two-paced and pulling the lengths back would’ve given Bangladesh’s bowlers some factor ricochet, however they kept on pitching it up and England openers traded out. Regardless of losing Jos Buttler, England dashed away to 50/1 toward the finish of six overs. The bowlers failed in lengths and bowled without discipline, bowling upwards of five wides, as Jason Roy and Dawid Malan shared a fifty-run stand.
Roy showed his ability against turn, utilizing the scopes to great impact, pivoting the strike effectively as England had 90 on the board in 10 overs. Roy, who added a fifty-run remain with Dawid Malan for the third wicket, got to his fifty of every 33 balls prior to falling for 61, striking 5 fours and three sixes, with only 11 required for a success.
Moeen’s achievement in the powerplay proceeds…
Eoin Morgan kept on confiding in Moeen Ali in the powerplay and he was instrumental in lessening Bangladesh to 27/3 toward the finish of the initial six. He was rebuffed in the opening over, gliding a couple to Liton who dispatched them to the limit. Moeen adapted rapidly and modified his line and length, to drag it back a slight bit and cut down the direction. It delivered moment profits as Das was gotten at profound square leg and Mohammad Naim was gotten at mid off next ball.
Could Bangladesh recuperate from that poor powerplay?
Not actually. The defining moment was losing Shakib Al Hasan in the last over of the powerplay as Adil Rashid culled a shocker at short fine leg off Chris Woakes. Mushfiqur Rahim and Mahmudullah restored the innings with a 37 runs start, utilizing the speed against the quick bowlers, however England’s bowlers were exceptional in the center overs, pulling the length back and bowling into the wicket. Liam Livingstone dazzled with his 2-15 out of three, as did Tymal Mills, who returned 3-27. Woakes wrapped up with 1-12 without having had yielded a limit.
Bangladesh were poor with their running with a shot at three run-outs in as numerous conveyances in the center that cost them a wicket as well. The main two sixes came in the penultimate over on the more limited side as Nasum Ahmed’s 9-ball 19 pushed Bangladesh ahead.
Brief scores: Bangladesh 124/9 in 20 overs (Mushfiqur Rahim 29; Moeen Ali 2-18, Tymal Mills 3-27, Livingstone 2-15) lost to England 126/2 in 14.1 overs (Jason Roy 61) by 8 wickets.