Bigger win bangladesh by scotland 555 views

Bangladesh 322 for 4 in 48.1 Overs (Tamim 95, 65 Mahmudullah, Mushfiqur 60 Shakib 52 *) beat Scotland 318 for 8 in 50 Overs (Coetzer 156, Taskin 3 for 41)


 

                             Bangladesh wins by 6 wickets

 Bangladesh addressed the pressure of a rigid goal had to chase a 319 and losing his first match to injury specialist in the field to publish their highest ODI Chase to beat Scotland by six windows and keep their chances to quarter’s finals alive.

 Scotland led by Kyle Coetzer magnificent 156 towards its 318 for 8 of each 50 overs lost his best chance of winning a World Cup match. They fought to break partnerships and build on the momentum as Bangladesh completed his third chase of more than 300 the last coming against New Zealand in November 2013.

 To counter Coetzer partnership senior Bangladesh Tamim Iqbal, Mushfiqur Rahim and Mahmudullah and Shakib al Hasan fifty hit to complete the victory.

 Bangladesh had gone to the inputs break knowing that they would be without Anamul Haque who had hurt is his right shoulder while fielding 31 more. Mashrafe had hampered for most of the entries in Scotland and was unable to complete his 10 overs. And if that wasn't enough Soumya Sarkar was strangled by the side of the leg Josh Davey in the second envelope.

 Tamim took his time and with Mahmudullah, promoted to no. 3 laid the foundations required. He hit strongly starting with two pulls with one leg and a hook on the long leg. A series of half volleys off stump followed that were placed with coldness through several lakes reached 50 from 53 balls and looked good for his first ODI % in two years. But Davey he trapped leg before 95 and Tamim had to settle for going beyond Mohammad Ashraful 87 as the best score for Bangladesh in the World Cup.

 Mahmudullah well protected on their way further up in the order although that could have been rolled twice in the 10th and 15th in off. It however make most of the limits of their fate and produced sharp through the covers and a six over square leg during Unna  ball career 62 which was part of a second portillo 139 of management of stand with Tamim a record for Bangladesh in world cups.

 Mahmudullah was filmed out of the tip of the foot again in 24 after more than Iain Wardlaw directed a yorker into his legs. But Mushfiqur never left Bangladesh are left behind. He opened 60 42 balls hitting six to four feet and two six one of whom was a splendid longer blow out. After his dismissal Bangladesh needs a second turned a 72 year bullet which was well managed by Shakib who was unbeaten on 52 and Sabbir Rahman, who made 42 from 40 balls.

 Coetzer player of the match was awarded for its 156 which was Scotland's first World Cup hundred is now the highest for a test not nation passing David Houghton's 142 against New Zealand in 1987. When finally was dismissed in the 45th, tickets from 134 balls dressed for 17 fours and four six and had established Scotland towards a more than 300 in total his first in the World Cup and against a Test-playing nation.

 Coetzer had a quiet start to a score of 150 more than one ODI. He faced just 18 deliveries in the first 12 overs, time during which Scotland lost two windows. It quickly accelerated however and was partial to hit through the covers and get inside the belt line distance balls. And he added 78 for the third window with Matt Machan who helped with 35 discounts in 50 balls. Coetzer reached his fifty off 54 balls before it has intensified and assume Bangladesh bowlers for them working around the window without taking too many risks.

 He added 141 runs in the fourth gate with Captain Preston Mommsen who made 39 from 38 balls. Coetzer criticized his last 56 runs from only 31 balls as Scotland approached 300 racing brand and was seen later when Richie Berrington and Matt Cross combined for a quick 39 off 24 balls to the sixth gate.

 Taskin Ahmed took three windows although Shakib ended only 10 overs. Mashrafe Mortaza fought to rotate their players before the onslaught of Coetzer, and took 1 or 60 from eight overs. Rubel matched his captain figures without picking up any windows while the part-time spin of Mahmudullah, Sabbir Rahman and Nasir Hossain tournament


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