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Bangladesh vs England - Bangladesh Stun England, Win by 15 Runs, Watch Match Highlights - Cricket World Cup 2015

10:48 - By Himanshu Suri 0

Bangladesh Stun England by 15 Runs
 England have been badly thrown out of the ICC Cricket World Cup 2015 and the last hopes that were there have been vanished as the minows Bangladesh have beaten England by 15 Runs to secure a place for the Quarter Finals of World Cup event.

Bangladesh are likely to face the strong Indian team in their first encounter in the quarters. Mahmudullah, the centurian for Bangladesh team was adjudged the Man of the Match award for his brilliant knock that saw the Ban team see through against a string bowling attack like England who had started brilliantly with 4 wickets felling under 150 Runs.

With England expecting to win both remaining pool matches to keep their quarter-finals hope alive, Morgan won the toss and chose to field, trusting his bowlers would profit by the early morning conditions. Morgan set an attacking field with a three-man slip cordon and Anderson sufficiently discovered development to instigate two edges in his initial seven balls, diminishing Bangladesh to eight for two.

Bangladesh Stun England by 15 Runs to Enter Quarters
Mahmudullah at first attempted to discover the center of his bat yet became more certain with each over and added 86 runs with Sarkar to steady the innings. Jordan took the wicket of Sarkar in the 21st over and Moeen sent back Shakib Al Hasan however Mahmudullah and Rahim assembled Bangladesh's record World Cup stand to spoil the party for England.

Mahmudullah discovered a capable partner in Rahim and the pair kept the scoreboard ticking over. Mahmudullah looked a basket case approaching the 100-imprint, which he inevitably arrived at in the 44th over, hurrying for a solitary before setting out on a passionate festival with Rahim.

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