Cricket World Cup 2019: Bangladesh beat Afghanistan by 62 runs

Shakib's 51 took him to 476 runs in the tournament, while Mushfiqur top-scored with 83 from 87 balls.
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Cricket World Cup 2019: Bangladesh beat Afghanistan by 62 runs

Bangladesh boosted their bid to reach the World Cup semi-finals as Shakib Al Hasan’s superb all-round display inspired a 62-run win over Afghanistan on Monday.

Shakib’s 51 laid the foundations for Bangladesh to score 262-7 and made him the leading run-scorer in this year’s World Cup.

The 32-year-old then ripped through the Afghan batting line-up with his career-best ODI figures of 5-29 from 10 overs.

Shakib is only the second player in World Cup history to take five wickets and hit a 50 in the same match after India’s Yuvraj Singh against Ireland in 2011.

Bangladesh vs Afghanistan

Bangladesh, winners against South Africa and the West Indies earlier in the tournament, are up to fifth place in the 10-team group stage.

They sit one point behind fourth-placed England, who face Australia on Tuesday, in the race to seal a semi-final berth via a top-four finish. Mashrafe Mortaza’s side play India and Pakistan in their final two group matches.

Shakib Al Hasan

Afghanistan became the first team to be eliminated after an agonising 11-run loss against India on Saturday when Mohammed Shami’s final-over hat-trick denied them a famous upset.

Shakib became the first Bangladesh player to take five wickets in the World Cup when he had Najibullah Zadran stumped. Earlier, Shakib became the leading run scorer in this year’s World Cup so far as his side posted a solid score after being put into bat.

Shakib’s 51 took him to 476 runs in the tournament, while Mushfiqur top-scored with 83 from 87 balls.

Summary:

  • Bangladesh:262/7
  • Afghanistan: 200 (47/50 overs)
  • Player of the match: Shakib Al Hasan
June 25, 2019 |

 
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