ENG vs BAN: Jason Roy’s half-century helped England record an eight-wicket win over Bangladesh

ENG vs BAN: jason roy scores fifty as England beat Bangladesh by 8 wickets

England recorded their second win after beating Bangladesh by eight wickets in their second match of the ICC Men’s T20 World Cup Super 12 after starter Jason Roy (61) scored half a century after bowling brilliantly. . England, after registering a resounding victory over the West Indies in the previous match, are at the top of the Group A table with four points.

Ahead of England bowling, the Bangladesh team was only able to manage 124 runs for nine wickets due to loss of wickets at frequent intervals. Man of the match Jason Roy and Jos Buttler got the team off to a good start. Jason Roy hit a 38-ball half-century with five fours and three sixes to help England win the game with 126 for two in 14.1 overs.

However, the team lost the window of Jos Buttler (18) by 39 runs in the power play. Because of this, the team’s score in the power play was 50 runs for a wicket. But the first-rate hitters ensured the team’s victory. Jason Roy and David Malan shared a 48-ball, 73-run partnership for the second wicket. Shoriful Islam broke this association on the thirteenth.

David Malan was undefeated on 28 of 25 balls with three fours and Jonny Bairstow on eight. Previously, Mushfiqur Rahim was Bangladesh’s top scorer with 29 runs, while Captain Mahmudullah contributed 19 runs. In the end, Nasum Ahmed scored 19 unbeaten on nine balls with two sixes and one four to help Bangladesh reach 124 runs.

For England, the all-rounder Moeen Ali again took two wickets in the power play, taking two wickets for 18 races. Timal Mills took three wickets for 27 runs in his four overs after taking out two players in the last over. Liam Livingstone took two wickets for 15 runs in three overs, while Chris Woakes conceded just 12 runs in four overs and also took a wicket.

The England bowlers, who knocked out the West Indies for 55 runs in the previous match, also continued the same performance in this match. Bangladesh lost the wickets of both starters in the third. Liton Das (09) got off to a good start over Moeen Ali, adding two fours in the first over, adding 10 runs, but was sacked by the same pitcher giving Livingstone an easy catch in an attempt to sweep in the second over. and the next ball was thrown at him, teammate Mohammad Naeem (05) could not do the correct timing and reached the pavilion with a simple catch in the middle.

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Bangladesh lost two wickets for 14 races. In the sixth over, all-rounder Shakib Al Hasan (04) made a mistake trying to deliver a slow Chris Woakes delivery over the fine leg, but Adil Rashid made no mistake catching the ball. Bangladesh’s score in the power play was three wickets for 27 runs.

Mushfiqur Rahim (3 fours on 30 balls) and Mahmudullah tried to form a partnership for the fourth gate and brought the score to 60 for three in 10 overs. England dealt a fourth blow to Bangladesh in the next over by firing a frozen Mushfiqur Rahim, who was trying to reverse Livingstone’s delivery. The outfield referee rejected an appeal from the previous leg, after which England captain Eoin Morgan took a review in which Rahim was declared out and ended the fourth wicket partnership of 37 runs on 32 balls.

Afif Hossain could only play six balls and ran out of the ball in an attempt to run. Mahmudullah (a four-for-24) took a single catch from Livingstone and after 15 overs the score was 83-for-six. Bangladesh lost the seventh spot at 18th in the form of Mehdi Hasan.

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In the next over, tail hitter Nasum Ahmed hit two sixes and one four over Adil Rashid, adding 17 runs to bring Bangladesh close to 120 runs. In the final, Mills fired Nurul Hasan (16 races) and Mustafizur Rahman.

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