Bangladesh Played Well But Australia Register The Fifth Victory

Australia registered their fifth win of the World Cup as they beat Bangladesh by 48 runs in a hard-fought encounter at Trent Bridge on Thursday.

The 26th match of ICC World Cup 2019 was played between Australia and Bangladesh yesterday. In this match, Australia scored 381 runs after winning the toss. Chasing the target of 382 runs, Bangladesh could score only 333 runs in the allotted 50 overs.
In this way, Australia registered their fifth victory in this World Cup. With this win, the Kangaroo team reached first place in the points table.
For Bangladesh, Mushfiqur Rahim and Mahmudullah showed the passion of batting, but Bangladesh’s hopes were over as Mahmudullah was dismissed. Mushfiqur Rahim scored an unbeaten century for Bangladesh, but he could not win his team. Apart from them Shakib Al Hasan (41), Tamim Iqbal (62), Mahmudullah (69). From another side, Mitchell Starc, Marcus Stoinis, and Coulter-Nile took two wickets each for Australia.

Two Wickets In Two Balls Of Nathan Coulter-Nile

In this match, Bangladesh’s only hope Mahmudullah was dismissed with a fifty and after his dismissal, Coulter-Nile got Sabbir Rahman on the next ball.

Australian Openers Thump Bangladesh’s Bowlers

After winning the toss in Nottingham, openers gave Australia a fantastic start. Skipper Aaron Finch (53) and David Warner (166) made a 121-run century partnership. Warner and Finch completed their half-century. The Soumya Sarkar broke the partnership by caught out Finch at Rubel Hossain’s hands. After this, Warner got together with Usman Khawaja (89) and both shared a 192-run partnership for the second wicket to give Australia a huge score.

Maxwell’s Short Storm

Warner made his second century in the World Cup. The Soumya Sarkar ended the marathon innings of warner, he hit 166 runs with 14 fours and five sixes in 147 balls. From here, Khawaja and Glenn Maxwell (32) took the lead and began to attack against the Bangladeshi bowlers. Maxwell scored 32 runs in 10 balls with two fours and three sixes. He was run out by Rubel Hossain.

Warner Hit The 16th Century

David Warner continued his glorious form in the World Cup, hitting the second and the career 16th in this World Cup. They played carefully against Bangladesh in the beginning, but after that Warner blew the Bangladesh bowlers fiercely. Warner is still standing on the pitch after a century and was going towards a big score.

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