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World Cup 2019, Australia vs Bangladesh Highlights: Australia win by 48 runs

World Cup 2019, Australia vs Bangladesh Highlights: David Warner hit 166 as Australia beat Bangladesh by 48 runs at the Cricket World Cup.

World Cup 2019, Australia vs Bangladesh Highlights: Australia win by 48 runs.

World Cup 2019, Australia vs Bangladesh Highlights: David Warner hit 166 as Australia beat Bangladesh by 48 runs at the Cricket World Cup. Batting first Australia posted a mammoth 381/5 at Nottingham. In reply, Mushfiqur Rahim scored a brilliant century for the Tigers, but it went in vain as Australia were back on top of the points table.

Bangladesh lost Soumya Sarkar (10) early. Aaron Finch’s direct throw sent Sarkar back when the score was 23. Marcus Stoinis struck in the 19th over to send back Shakib-Al-Hasan after he guided Bangladesh past 100-run mark along with Tamim Iqbal. Hasan gave an easy catch to David Warner at mid-off after a 41-run knock. Bangladesh’s run chase suffered a massive blow when Tamim Iqbal was bowled out by Mitchell Starc. Iqbal scored 62 before edging Starc delivery which then hit the stumps giving Bangladesh third jolt in the 25th over with the scorecard reading 144.

ICC Cricket World Cup, 2019Trent Bridge, Nottingham 21 July 2019

Australia 381/5 (50.0)

vs

Bangladesh 333/8 (50.0)

Match Ended ( Day - Match 26 ) Australia beat Bangladesh by 48 runs

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World Cup 2019, Australia vs Bangladesh: Highlights

Australia win by 48 runs

VICTORY! Australia beat Bangladesh by 48 runs. Mushfiqur Rahim scored a brilliant century for the Tigers, but in vain Australia are back on top of the points table. 714 runs in the game - the most ever in a World Cup match! Comprehensive win for Australia but Bangladesh fought hard. Had the target been around 350, they might have very well chased it. The Aussies might have ironed out their batting issues but the bowling still needs a lot of working over.

Bangladesh lose their seventh wicke

Starc picks up his second with Mehedi chipping a simple catch to Warner for 6.

Bangladesh- 323/7 (48.2)

2 in 2 for NCN!

First to go is Mahmudullah after which Sabbir Rahman is bowled! Hattrick chance for Coulter-Nile but not to be. Sabbir was trying to run it down towards third man. The required run-rate is well over 12 but he still goes for this shot. He ends up getting an inside edge which goes onto hit the stumps. BAN- 302/6 in 45.4 ovs

Bangladesh not giving up without a fight

Mahmudullah whacks Pat Cummins for a huge six! 300 up for Bangladesh 82 runs needed from the last five overs! Possible? BAN- 300/4

Back to back sixes

Adam Zampa is being targetted by Mahmudullah, SIX! Wrong 'un goes wrong! In the first one Mahmudullah comes down the track and heaves it over the bowler's head for a 95m maximum. Next- Zampa lands it in Mahmudullah's zone, he takes the full toll of it and heaves it over mid-wicket for a 91m six. WOW!

Finch looking for a wicket

Aaron Finch has introduced Mitchell Starc and Pat Cummins in search of a wicket and end Bangladesh's last hope of chasing down the total. BAN - 216/4 in 36 overs

FIFTY!

Mushfiur Rahim gets to his half-century with a boundary. As long as Rahim is there Bangladesh still have a chance to come close to the target. BAN - 208/4 in 35 overs

200 up for Bangladesh

Bangladesh get past the 200-run mark in the 34th over. They still need 181 runs from 96 balls. How close can they get? BAN - 201/4 in 34 overs

200 up for Bangladesh

Bangladesh get past the 200-run mark in the 34th over. They still need 181 runs from 96 balls. How close can they get? BAN - 201/4 in 34 overs

Struggle continues

There is not much difference between Australia and Bangladesh after 32 overs. Still, a win from here for Bangladesh looks less likely. BAN - 184/4 in 32 overs

LBW

Adam Zampa traps Liton Das lbw with a googly. Bangladesh lose their fourth wicket. The run chase gets tougher for Bangladesh. BAN - 175/4 in 29.2 overs

Required run rate climbs up

The required run rate is now almost 10 runs per over. This run rate is achievable in T20 cricket but not in ODIs. Bangladesh can work towards decreasing the margin of loss so that it does not affect their net run rate. BAN - 157/3 in 27 overs

Required run rate climbs up

The required run rate is now almost 10 runs per over. This run rate is achievable in T20 cricket but not in ODIs. Bangladesh can work towards decreasing the margin of loss so that it does not affect their net run rate. BAN - 157/3 in 27 overs

Stat alert

Mitchell Starc is the first bowler to take a wicket in 14 consecutive World Cup innings. Previous record: 13, Glenn McGrath (in 2003 & 2007). 95 bowlers have bowled 14 or more times in World Cup history.

Bang on the head

That was a nasty bouncer from Mitchell Starc. Liton Das takes his eyes off the ball and it hits him bang on the helmet. Good news is that Das is fit to bat. 

BOWLED!

Played on! Mitchell Starc strikes! He was brought back for a reason and does the job for his skippa! Tamim Iqbal is gone for a well-made 62. He does not convert his fifty and Bangladesh in deep water here. BAN- 144/3 in 24.1 ovs

SIXXXXX

Adam Zampa to Mushfiqur Rahim, SIX! Up and over! Finally it arrives. The first six in a run chase of 382. A full toss onto the leg stump, Rahim races down the track and thrashes it to the stands at long on. Easy picking for Rahim and much needed one for Bangladesh.

50 for Iqbal

Tamim Iqbal gets to his half-century in 65 deliveries. He has been rock solid in this innings holding on to one end. Will he achieve three figures today? BAN - 120/2 in 21 overs

Mushfqur Rahim's unorthodox ways

Deft touches and reverse sweeps. Mushfiqur Rahim plays spin well and he is showing it by taking on Adam Zampa. Bangladesh need a quickfire knock if they are to get near the mammoth target. BAN - 112/2 in 20 overs

WICKET!

Shakib Al Hasan departs after a run-a-ball 41. This is a big wicket for Australia. Marcus Stoinis bowls a slower delivery and Shakib miscues it to mid off fielder Aaron Finch. The Australian skipper has been brilliant in the field, he won't drop those. BAN - 102/2 in 18.1 overs

Stoinis into the attack

Iqbal and Shakib happy picking singles from Stoinis' first over. Don't rule out Bangladesh just yet. The Nottingham pitch is a batting paradise and Bangladesh can come close to the target. BAN - 84/1 in 15 overs

End of first powerplay

Bangladesh off to a decent start after losing Soumya Sarkar early on. Shakib Al Hasan and Tamim Iqbal are attacking on every opportunity. BAN - 53/1 in 10 overs 

Finch wastes DRS

The ball was clearly pitched outside the leg stump but Finch trusted his troops and opted for DRS. Nathan Coulter-Nile creates a few problems for Shakib Al Hasan in his first over. AUS - 41/1 in 8 overs

Maxwell into the attack

With two left-handed batsmen in the middle, Aaron Finch has decided to give Glenn Maxwell a run in the powerplay. Iqbal hits him for a boundary on the first ball. Later in the over, Usman Khawaja apologises to Iqbal for throwing the ball at him unknowingly. BAN - 32/1 in 6 overs

Sarkar run out

It was all going well for Bangladesh but a mix-up between the openers once again proved costly for the team. Aaron Finch runs out Soumya Sarkar with a direct hit. Not a good start for Bangladesh chasing a huge total. BAN - 23/1 in 3.5 overs

Sarkar run out

It was all going well for Bangladesh but a mix-up between the openers once again proved costly for the team. Aaron Finch runs out Soumya Sarkar with a direct hit. Not a good start for Bangladesh chasing a huge total. BAN - 23/1 in 3.5 overs

Sarkar takes on Starc

Soumya Sarkar is off to a good start in the mammoth run chase. Sarkar hits Mitchell Starc for two back-to-back boundaries in the third over. BAN - 19/0 in 3 overs

Second innings underway

Tamim Iqbal and Soumya Sarkar start Bangladesh's run chase. Mitchell Starc bowls the first over of the innings. Four singles from the first over. BAN - 4/0 in 1 over

Shane Warne still not satisfied

Meanwhile, legendary Australian leg spinner Shane Warne is still not happy with how Australian batsmen approached the innings

Play resumes after rain

Australia score 13 runs off the last over of the innings. Stoinis hits two boundaries in the over. Australia post 381/5 in first innings. Bangladesh will have to pull off a record-breaking runchase in order to win this match. 

Rain stops play

It's raining at Trent Bridge, Nottingham. Is this a blessing in disguise for Bangladesh? In order to win this match, they will have to chase down a record total. If DLS comes into play, they might benefit from the revised score. AUS - 368/5 in 49 overs

WICKET!

That was plumb. Mustafizur Rahman traps Steve Smith in front of the wickets. Smith departs for 1. AUS - 354/5 in 47.1 overs 

Sarkar gets his third

Soumya Sarkar's golden run with the ball today continues. Sarkar gets the wicket of Usman Khawaja. He gets out for 89. AUS 353/4 in 46.5 overs

Maxwell run out

There was only one way Bangladesh could get the wicket of a rampaging Glenn Maxwell. He gets run out. A direct hit from Rubel Hossain ends his innings. AUS - 352/3 in 46.2 overs

Absolute carnage

It seems like Bangladesh bowlers have given up. Glenn Maxwell is doing the job he has been sent to do. Maxwell is trying to hit every ball for a boundary. 400 is on cards with four overs to go. AUS - 346/2 in 46 overs

Sarkar gets rid of Warner

Soumya Sarkar strikes again. David Warner gets out trying to play the uppercut. He gets out for 166. AUS - 313/2 in 44.2 overs

300 up for Australia

Warner and Khawaja are hitting the ball wherever they want to. A range of unorthodox shot from Warner. He has turned on the T20 mode. Anything between 350-400 is possible now. AUS - 309/1 in 44 overs

150 for Warner!

David Warner hits 150 in 139 deliveries. He has paced his innings well. Is it too early to say that 200 is on cards for Warner? 

This is Warner's sixth ODI 150. 

Khawaja goes ballistic

Four boundaries in an over. Khawaja is accelerating and how. He is making Mustafizur Rahman look like a domestic bowler. 19 runs from 42nd over. AUS - 282/1 in 42 overs

10 overs to go

With 10 overs to go and nine wickets in hand, Australia will go all guns blazing against the Bangladesh death bowlers. Warner has a chance to get his maiden ODI double ton whereas Khawaja has a chance to get his first ton in the tournament. 350 is on cards for the Aussies. AUS - 250/1 in 40 overs

The Teams:

Australia: Aaron Finch (capt), David Warner, Steve Smith, Jason Behrendorff, Alex Carey (wk), Nathan Coulter-Nile, Pat Cummins, Usman Khawaja, Nathan Lyon, Shaun Marsh, Glenn Maxwell, Kane Richardson, Mitchell Starc, Marcus Stoinis, Adam Zampa.

Bangladesh: Mashrafe Mortaza (capt), Shakib Al Hasan, Soumya Sarkar, Tamim Iqbal, Mohammad Saifuddin, Mosaddek Hossain, Mushfiqur Rahim, Mustafizur Rahman, Rubel Hossain, Sabbir Rahman, Abu Jayed, Liton Das, Mahmudullah, Mehidy Hasan, Mohammad Mithun.

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