England’s world record making Bangladesh onlooker
Published: 11:40 PM, 8 June 2019 Updated: 11:40 PM, 8 June 2019
The 12th ICC World Cup have started spreading a lots of romance in around the Crease. The 12th match of the 12th ICC World Cup tournament has been held between Bangladesh and England. In the first innings, England post a mammoth 386 runs losing 6 wickets before the Tigers as captain Mashrafee Bin Mortaza decided to field after winning the toss. This is the biggest score of the tournament in England this year. In reply, Bangladesh were all out earning 280 runs in 48.2 overs.
This is the biggest score of the tournament in England, this year. And in the same way, the target of 387 runs was in front of the Tigers to win against England. Tiger batsmen could not stand in front of the English bowlers. As a result Tigers' earnings was 280 runs in 48.5 overs, after losing 9 wickets. England lost their last match against Pakistan.
England opener Jason Roy and Jonny Bairstow came to bat at the Sophia Gardens in Cardiff on Saturday. England have done well in the opening pair. The duo scored over hundred for team as well as earned a half century each. Jason Roy lifted his personal 16th-half century while Johnny Bairstow lifted his 21st half-century.
The opening pair was broken when Bairstow get lost by a catch in Miraj’s hands with Mashrafe’s ball in the 19th over. He scored 51 runs before returning home.
English batsman Joe Root came in the Crease. Jason Roy and Joe Root carried the team to the one and a half century score while Jason Roy added 9th century to his career. Then the Englishmen ran again. The pair took up two hundred for team. However, Saifuddin’s ball made Root back to home when he is only 21.
Again that Mashrafee-Miraj. But this time Miraj in bowling and Mashrafee in catch. When Miraj rolls the ball, it goes up. Mashrafe runs in a hurry to catch it. And it returned the devastating Jason Roy to back. However, this batsman has made 153 runs in 121 balls for the team. Jobs Butler (64) gave a catch to Soumya Sarkar in Saifuddin’s ball. Again Morgan (34) then send a catch to Soumya Sarkar.
Later, Mustafiz bowling turned Ben Stokes (6) while Tiger captain Mashrafe captured a strong catch
End of the innings, England posts a huge 386 runs as the largest collection of the England World Cup.
England’s game for earning over 300 runs has been running for a long time. The English batsmen are frightening in this one-day cricket this year. In that sense, the record of three hundred or more runs in Australia's 6 ODIs was lost today, in front of England. Before Bangladesh, forming 386 runs score in Cardiff, England made its three hundreds record for consecutive seven times in one-day internationals. In 2007, Australia scored a record of more than three hundred runs for six times.
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