Bangladesh 246 (Shakib 75, Mushfiqur 70, Shanto 54, Toxophilite 3-35) beat Britain 196 (Vince 38, Shakib 4-35) by 50 runs
Shakib Al Hasan covered the accomplishment of coming to 300 ODI wickets with one more extraordinary all-round appearing to lead Bangladesh to a 50-run win against Britain. The little Chattogram swarm burst into life when Shakib took his fourth wicket, making him the principal Bangladeshi to arrive at this accomplishment.
Shakib scored a quickfire 75 to take care of Bangladesh to a battling 246 all, prior to taking 4 for 35. It was the fourth time in his vocation that Shakib made a fifty and took four wickets in ODIs, pushing him forward of Shahid Afridi and Chris Gayle on three. This was additionally Shakib’s 10th four-wicket pull.
The astounding appearance was an indication of Shakib’s quality and class as an allrounder. He wrestled Bangladesh out of a predicament in the last option a piece of their innings, prior to giving them forward leaps all through the Britain innings.
The guests were set for a flyer after Jason Roy and Phil Salt struck a whirlwind of limits in the initial nine overs. However, when Salt hit one to cover the point where Mahmudullah took a basic catch, Shakib had given Bangladesh the significant first wicket. Having begun brilliantly for his 35 off 25 balls, creaming seven fours, Salt was incensed with himself.
Ebadot Hossain had Dawid Malan, a centurion from the principal game, got at mid-on for a duck before Shakib eliminated Roy for 19 off 33 balls. The ball is kept somewhat low yet that is normally how Shakib’s undercutter looks as it slips into the stumps. Three wickets in nine balls transformed 54 for no misfortune into 55 for 3, acquiring the home side back the challenge.
Sam Curran, elevated to No. 5 without Will Jacks, searched for 49 balls for his 23, preceding hitting one down lengthy off’s throat in the 24th over. His association with James Vince added 49 runs, however, the bearing of the match would constantly rely upon the following pair.
Vince anyway fell in the 27th over when Shakib inspired one to tear from center and leg, take Vince’s external edge. Mushfiqur Rahim shuffled once prior to grasping it appropriately, as Shakib gave Vince a farewell, perhaps for getting raised a ruckus around the town ball. Ebadot then, at that point, thundered a yorker through Moeen Ali’s endeavored push, as Britain began to get away.
Taijul Islam got through in the 35th over when he had Jos Buttler lbw for 26, astounding innings that had no limits. Adil Rashid additionally tumbled to Taijul, in his last finish.
Shakib returned for his last two overs, eliminating Britain debutant Rehan Ahmed with a half-tracker, got at midwicket, before Mustafizur Rahman captured and bowled Chris Woakes, who made 34.
Bangladesh needed to thank their bowlers as even three fifties in their batting innings wasn’t enough for a major aggregate. There weren’t an adequate number of commitments from different hitters.
Curran eliminated the two openers in the initial three overs. Litton Das succumbed to his second progressive duck before Tamim Iqbal top-edged a flick in the wake of making 11.
Mushfiqur and Najmul Hossain Shanto removed them from that spot with a 98-run third wicket. Both struck the fifties as they kept close by for in excess of 21 overs. It was agonizingly slow on occasion, however, they needed to combine. However, soon after arriving at his fifty, Shanto was pursued out he answered late to a Mushfiqur requiring a tight single.
Mushfiqur missed with his trudge clear against Adil Rashid’s googly in the 33rd over, having made 70 off 93 balls with six fours. Rashid eliminated Mahmudullah efficiently as well before Shakib assumed control over the majority of the scoring. He added 49 for the 6th wicket with Afif, who battled to 15, preceding Mehidy Hasan and Taijul fell economically as Shakib needed help, in the end holing out off Jofra Bowman.
Yet again Rashid was Britain’s best bowler, in spite of the fact that Bowman took another wicket than his two scalps. Curran took those two early wickets while Woakes and Rehan took a wicket each. They ensured Bangladesh was bowled out prior to playing 50 overs for each of the three matches in this series.
This is the first example in quite a while of a home ODI series for Bangladesh. Yet, the house side’s help was to have stayed away from a whitewash at home, with Sri Lanka having caused the final remaining one of every 2014.