West Indies vs Bangladesh Scorecard

World Cup 2019

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Match Ended   
321/8 (50.0/50)
322/3 (41.3/50)
Bangladesh beat West Indies by 7 wickets
WI 321/8
Bat Top batsman
Shai Hope
Shai Hope
96 (121)
  • 4x4s
  • 1x6s
  • 79.33SR
Evin Lewis
Evin Lewis
70 (67)
  • 6x4s
  • 2x6s
  • 104.47SR
Bowl Top Bowler
Bowler
Mustafizur Rahman
ECON 6.55
9
OVERS
59/3
R/W
Bowler
Mohammad Saifuddin
ECON 7.2
10
OVERS
72/3
R/W
BAN 322/3
Bat Top batsman
Shakib Al Hasan
Shakib Al Hasan
124 (99)
  • 16x4s
  • 0x6s
  • 125.25SR
Liton Das
Liton Das
94 (69)
  • 8x4s
  • 4x6s
  • 136.23SR
Bowl Top Bowler
Bowler
Andre Russell
ECON 7
6
OVERS
42/1
R/W
Bowler
Oshane Thomas
ECON 8.66
6
OVERS
52/1
R/W
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Bangladesh move to number 5 in the points table with 5 wins from as many games. They still seem to be away from the top four but that is mainly because of the aura of Australia, England, New Zealand and India. In this tournament, any team can beat any other (as Pakistan showed against England) and Bangladesh will be looking to relive that. West Indies drop down to 7th and are almost facing an exit, simply because of the challenges that await them next - New Zealand and India.
Victorious Bangladesh skipper, Mashrafe Mortaza, is quietly confident. He agrees that Bangladesh still have a chance to make it to the semis but also understands that the team will have to win all its remaining games. On his knee, Mash says that it is still giving him a problem and it is dodgy, which is why he did not bowl his full quota of 10 overs. Reckons that the turning point in the game was Mustafizur's double-wicket over which got rid of Hetmyer and Russell. Praises Shakib and the whole of the batting order for chipping in useful runs. Ends by further praising Liton Das given that he usually opens with the bat but today, he performed in the middle order.
West Indian skipper, Jason Holder, says that West Indies were probably 40-50 runs short. Feels that they could have been a bit more disciplined with the ball but let themselves down in the field as well. Stresses that with the bat, they started well, seeing off the first 10 overs but then just could not get any momentum. Laments the fact that they could never get quick runs at the death. On the bowling, he reckons wickets are the key in any chase and today, they did not get any. Hopes that they get more disciplined in the coming games.
SHAKIB AL HASAN HAS BEEN NAMED THE MAN OF THE MATCH. The superstar says he feels amazing and the wickets in the end he took was even more satisfying according to him. States he has been working on his batting and it paid off. Mentions it was a team effort, they restricted Windies to a decent total and the batters played their part. He felt he would get more time and opportunities if he bats at no. 3, before he used to come in at the 39th over or the 40th over which is not ideal for him according to him. Further adds he is working on his bowling too, he feels he is doing fine but he can do better. Stresses the next game will be tough against a strong Australian side and they will need to be at their best. Ends by saying the crowd has been fantastic and he hopes they keep supporting them.
Nothing much to talk about the West Indies' bowling. They struggled right from the first ball, perhaps even before the game started. By dropping Carlos Brathwaite, who was going to be their fifth bowler? Just Cottrell completed his quota of 10 overs. Russell bowled just 6. Gayle bowled just 2. Sad and sorry state of affairs and have to say - this West Indian team does not look like the one which played Pakistan in their opener. With the bat, they perhaps thought they had enough but with the platform they had got, 242/3 in the 40th over, they should have got to 350. Please stay tuned for the presentation.
65 vs West Indies. 61 vs West Indies. 29 vs West Indies. 50 vs Ireland. 75 vs South Africa. 64 vs New Zealand. 121 vs England. 124 today. 589 runs in his last 8 innings. 7 50-plus scores. 3 not outs. Average of 117.80. Strike rate of 101.72. The Jessore born Shakib Al Hasan is surely making everyone's heads turn. With his fifth consecutive 50-plus ODI score and fourth in this World Cup, he is making a statement, regaining his top spot in the run-getters category. He caught the West Indian attack by the horns and did not let them apply any pressure on him. The number 3 position suits him and sure enough - he averages 59.68 over there, best than any other position. The number 1 all-rounder just strut his stuff. Beware Australia who face him next. Beware India too.
The run chase began as if there was no pressure at all. Till this game, not even 250 was chased down in this World Cup. Bangladesh were chasing 322. Tamim Iqbal and Soumya Sarkar set the tone with a 52-run opening stand and that was followed by a 69-run stand for the second wicket. Rahim's wicket then triggered the thoughts of a possible collapse but Shakib and Liton steered the ship home safely.
The Taunton crowd is stunned. But in ecstasy and joy. There are barely any West Indian supporters and the ones supporting the Tigers are crying their voices out hoarse. They have witnessed probably one of the most clinical run chases in ODI cricket, let alone a World Cup, normally associated with the likes of England, India or Australia. Today, it is Bangladesh.
51 balls left. 7 wickets in hand. An unbeaten stand of 189 in 135 balls. A centurion. Another 6 short of a century. Boy, this has been one run chase. Lo and behold. Did anyone say Bangladesh will not make it to the semis? Think again.
41.3
4
Shannon Gabriel To Liton Das
FOUR! Das finishes it off in style! Gabriel bowls it short and Das swivels and pulls it away from fine leg and bags a boundary. Emphatic win for Bangladesh. All smiles in their dug out. Customary handshakes taking place out in the middle. BANGLADESH HAVE CHASED DOWN 322 WITH 7 WICKETS IN HAND AND 51 BALLS TO SPARE!
41.2
0
Shannon Gabriel To Liton Das
Shorter and down the leg side, Das looks to pull but misses. Not wided.
41.1
2
Shannon Gabriel To Liton Das
Slower one and fuller on the pads, this is worked through square leg for two.
over 41 : 316/3
11 runs
  • 440.1
  • 140.2
  • 140.3
  • 440.4
  • 040.5
  • 140.6
L. Das
88 (66)
Shakib
124 (99)
J. Holder
9-0-62-0
40.6
1
Jason Holder To Liton Das
Another length delivery around off, this is guided down to third man for one. 6 more needed now.
40.5
0
Jason Holder To Liton Das
Another short one on the body, Das looks to pull but mistimes it towards square leg.
40.4
4
Jason Holder To Liton Das
FOUR! Dealing in boundaries is Das. He stays back and then guides this through backward point and the ball races away.
40.3
1
Jason Holder To Shakib Al Hasan
This is on middle, it is pulled through square leg for one.
40.2
1
Jason Holder To Liton Das
Now strokes it down to the long on fielder for one.
40.1
4
Jason Holder To Liton Das
FOUR! Delightful! He is painting a Monalisa here! Holder bowls this full and outside off, Das leans into it and just times it through covers. The ball races away.
Powerplay 3 has been signaled! Now 5 fielders can be placed outside the ring till the 50th over. Don't think the game would last till then.
41 OV
11 run
J. Holder to L. Das & Shakib
  • 440.1
  • 140.2
  • 140.3
  • 440.4
  • 040.5
  • 140.6
40 OV
6 run
S. Gabriel to Shakib & L. Das
  • 239.1
  • 139.2
  • 139.3
  • 039.4
  • 139.5
  • 139.6
39 OV
5 run
S. Cottrell to Shakib & L. Das
  • 138.1
  • 038.2
  • 038.3
  • 438.4
  • 038.5
  • 038.6
38 OV
24 run
S. Gabriel to L. Das & Shakib
  • 637.1
  • 637.2
  • 637.3
  • 137.4
  • 437.5
  • 137.6
37 OV
6 run
S. Cottrell to L. Das & Shakib
  • 1 WD 36.1
  • 036.1
  • 036.2
  • 136.3
  • 036.4
  • 436.5
  • 036.6
36 OV
11 run
O. Thomas to L. Das & Shakib
  • 035.1
  • 035.2
  • 135.3
  • 235.4
  • 235.5
  • 1 WD 35.6
  • 1 WD 35.6
  • 435.6
35 OV
5 run
S. Cottrell to L. Das & Shakib
  • 034.1
  • 234.2
  • 134.3
  • 034.4
  • 134.5
  • 134.6
34 OV
10 run
O. Thomas to Shakib & L. Das
  • 033.1
  • 133.2
  • 433.3
  • 033.4
  • 133.5
  • 433.6
33 OV
10 run
S. Cottrell to L. Das & Shakib
  • 132.1
  • 132.2
  • 032.3
  • 632.4
  • 032.5
  • 232.6
32 OV
13 run
C. Gayle to L. Das & Shakib
  • 431.1
  • 131.2
  • 231.3
  • 1 B 31.4
  • 431.5
  • 131.6
31 OV
5 run
J. Holder to L. Das & Shakib
  • 030.1
  • 130.2
  • 230.3
  • 130.4
  • 130.5
  • 030.6
30 OV
10 run
C. Gayle to L. Das & Shakib
  • 129.1
  • 029.2
  • 129.3
  • 5 WD 29.4
  • 129.4
  • 129.5
  • 129.6
29 OV
8 run
J. Holder to Shakib & L. Das
  • 128.1
  • 128.2
  • 428.3
  • 128.4
  • 028.5
  • 128.6
28 OV
13 run
S. Gabriel to Shakib
  • 427.1
  • 027.2
  • 027.3
  • 427.4
  • 427.5
  • 127.6
27 OV
7 run
J. Holder to Shakib & L. Das
  • 126.1
  • 126.2
  • 426.3
  • 026.4
  • 126.5
  • 026.6
26 OV
6 run
S. Gabriel to Shakib & L. Das
  • 125.1
  • 025.2
  • 1 WD 25.3
  • 125.3
  • 025.4
  • 125.5
  • 225.6
25 OV
9 run
A. Russell to L. Das & Shakib
  • 124.1
  • 124.2
  • 124.3
  • 024.4
  • 124.5
  • 5 WD 24.6
  • 024.6
24 OV
4 run
S. Gabriel to Shakib & L. Das
  • 123.1
  • 123.2
  • 123.3
  • 123.4
  • 023.5
  • 023.6
23 OV
7 run
A. Russell to Shakib & L. Das
  • 022.1
  • 022.2
  • 122.3
  • 122.4
  • 122.5
  • 422.6
Match Detail
  • Series World Cup 2019
  • Venue The Cooper Associates County Ground, Taunton
  • Weather Overcast
  • Toss Bangladesh won the toss and elected to field
  • Result Bangladesh beat West Indies by 7 wickets
  • Man of the match Shakib Al Hasan
  • Umpire Rod Tucker (AUS), S Ravi (IND) and Paul Wilson (AUS)
  • Referee David Boon (AUS)
Match Notes
  • Power play 1 (1-10): West Indies 32/1
  • West Indies 51/1 in 12.4 overs
  • 2nd wkt Partnership: 50 off 62 balls between E Lewis (28) and S Hope (17)
  • Drinks: West Indies 67/1 in 15.2 overs
  • E Lewis 5th ODI fifty: 50 runs in 58 balls (4x4) (1x6)
  • West Indies 100/1 in 22.4 overs
  • 2nd wkt Partnership: 102 off 118 balls between E Lewis (54) and S Hope (41)
  • S Hope 12th ODI fifty: 50 runs in 75 balls (3x4) (0x6)
  • West Indies 150/2 in 29.2 overs
  • Drinks: West Indies 159/3 in 32.2 overs
  • West Indies 204/3 in 35.4 overs
  • 4th wkt Partnership: 51 off 22 balls between S Hope (19) and S Hetmyer (26)
  • S Hetmyer 3rd ODI fifty: 50 runs in 25 balls (4x4) (3x6)
  • Power play 2 (11-40): West Indies 243/5 (211 runs, 4 wickets)
  • West Indies 250/5 in 40.4 overs
  • West Indies 305/7 in 48.0 overs
  • Innings Break: West Indies 321/8 in 50.0 overs
  • Bangladesh 52/0 in 8.1 overs
  • 1st wkt Partnership: 52 off 49 balls between T Iqbal (16) and S Sarkar (29)
  • Power play 1 (1-10): Bangladesh 70/1
  • Bangladesh 102/1 in 13.5 overs
  • 2nd wkt Partnership: 50 off 33 balls between T Iqbal (27) and Al Hasan (21)
  • Shakib Al Hasan completes 6000 runs in ODI
  • Al Hasan ODI fifty: 50 runs in 40 balls (7x4) (0x6)
  • Bangladesh 153/3 in 23.0 overs
  • 4th wkt Partnership: 50 off 49 balls between Al Hasan (28) and L Das (16)
  • Bangladesh 200/3 in 29.0 overs
  • Drinks: Bangladesh 200/3 in 29.0 overs
  • 4th wkt Partnership: 103 off 82 balls between Al Hasan (51) and L Das (40)
  • Al Hasan 9th ODI hundred: 100 in 83 balls (13x4) (0x6)
  • Bangladesh 250/3 in 34.2 overs
  • L Das 3rd ODI fifty: 50 runs in 43 balls (4x4) (1x6)
  • 4th wkt Partnership: 154 off 111 balls between Al Hasan (69) and L Das (71)
  • Bangladesh 301/3 in 39.1 overs
  • Power play 2 (11-40): Bangladesh 305/3 (235 runs, 2 wickets)
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Stats
Player Teams Runs Avg.
Rohit Sharma IND 648 81.00
David Warner AUS 647 71.88
Shakib Al Hasan BAN 606 86.57
Kane Williamson NZ 578 82.57
Joe Root ENG 556 61.77
Player Teams Wickets Eco.
Mitchell Starc AUS 27 5.43
Lockie Ferguson NZ 21 4.88
Jofra Archer ENG 20 4.57
Mustafizur Rahman BAN 20 6.70
Jasprit Bumrah IND 18 4.41

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