Twitterati: England Defeats Bangladesh By 8 Wickets In T20 WC

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England vs Bangladesh Match Highlights
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England has put up another great performance following demolishing the West Indies. Eoin Morgan’s team defeated Bangladesh by 8 wickets at the Sheikh Zayed Stadium in Abu Dhabi on Wednesday, October 27. With a fantastic net run rate, other nations will find it difficult to remove the Brits at the top of the rankings. The Tigers have cause to worry because they have yet to play in the World Cup. Here you can find England vs Bangladesh Match Highlights.

England vs Bangladesh Match Highlights

After opting to bat first, Bangladesh lost 3 early wickets in the form of Liton Das, Shakib Al Hasan, and Mohammad Naim including those who failed to reach double figures. Moeen Ali was once again outstanding with the ball, taking  2 wickets in quick. Mahmudullah and Mushfiqur Rahim tried to reform balance with a 37-run partnership. Liam Livingstone, meanwhile, broke the pair in the 11th over.

Tymal Mills proved himself as the Three Lions’ standout bowler

Mushfiqur, who backed his side with 29 runs including 3 fours.  Afif Hossain fell quickly as a result of a tragic mix-up with his captain. Upon scoring 19, Mahmudullah remained Livingstone’s 2nd victim. In the conclusion, Nasum Ahmed’s 19-run contribution lifted Bangladesh to 124-9. With 3 wickets, Tymal Mills was the Three Lions’ standout bowler.

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The England openers, Jos Buttler and Jason Roy made their mindset clear from the beginning. Buttler scored 18 runs on a four and a six before being bowled by left-armer Nasum. He attempted to punch one high for a six, but Naim made an easy grab in the deep. Jos Buttler and Jason Roy had put on 39 (29 balls) to set the stage for the English run-chase.

Following Buttler was dismissed, Roy went on to complete his half-century in 33 balls. The latter scored 61 runs off 38 balls with 5 fours and 3 sixes before being caught by Shoriful Islam. Dawid Malan, who did not bat in the previous match, stepped out to bat at No. 3 against Bangladesh. While England brought the shot on target with 35 balls to play, he remained unbroken on 28 off 23 with 3 fours.

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