After the impressive innings of openers Jason Roy’s 153 runs, Spectacular bowling of bowlers help to England won their second match by defeating Bangladesh by 106 runs in the ICC Cricket World Cup 2019 on Saturday. Roy hit five sixes and 14 fours during his 121-ball innings. They were followed by Jos Buttler’s brilliant stroke with a half-century of 64 that helped England score 386 for 6 wickets.
Despite Bangladesh’s Shakib Al Hasan’s 121-run innings, chasing this target, they could have scored 280 runs in 48.5 overs. England bowlers Ben Stokes gave 23 runs in six overs, Jofra Archer gave 29 runs in 8.5 overs and grabbed three-three wickets while Mark Wood got two wickets.
Jason Roy’s Wonderful Partnerships
Jason Roy laid the foundation for this big score of England by creating two important partnerships. He made 128 for the first wicket with Jonny Bairstow (51 runs) and then with Joe Root (21) share 77 runs for the second wicket.
After this, Jos Buttler played half-century in 64 balls with four sixes and two fours and contributed 95 runs partnership with captain Eoin Morgan (35 runs).
Bangladesh Started Getting Bad
Bangladesh started off to chase this target, it was not good, they lost opener Soumya Sarkar (02) on the score of eight runs which got bowled on Jopra Archer’s beautiful ball.
Second opener Tamim Iqbal too could not stay on the crease for long, and in an earlier attempt to be aggressive, Mark Wood was bowled out with an easy catch in the extra cover. Bangladesh lost the second wicket by 63 runs in the 12th over.
Shakib Al-Hasan Stay Long At On One End
Shakib Al Hasan and Mushfiqur Rahim were restrained and playing at ease by getting 1-2 runs. But the third blow to the team was given by Liam Plunkett in the 29th over and ended Mushfiqar’s 44-run knock for the third wicket.
But the second place batsmen Shakib Al remained on one end. In the next over, the team lost the wicket of Mohammad Mithun, who could not even open the account and could not understand Adil Rashid’s ball.
Shakib Scored 121 Runs In A Superb Innings
Only two overs later Shakib Al Hasan completed 100 runs in 95 balls with nine fours and a six. But in the next over, Ben Stokes bowled Shakib and ended his 121-ball superb innings, for which he faced 119 balls. He hit 12 boundaries and a six.