Bangladesh has knocked out England : Mahmudullah & Rubel have inspired Bangladesh to Quarter Finals from Pool A

Bangladesh has knocked out England : Mahmudullah & Rubel have inspired Bangladesh to Quarter Finals from Pool A

England v Bangladesh - 2015 ICC Cricket World Cup

Bangladesh has proved that good team spirit could take them higher the ladder. Bangladesh delights in qualifying for the final stages of prestigious World Cup 2015 for the first time. England is finally out of World Cup. They have failed the challenge once again with Bangladesh by 15 runs. England has lost four out of five matches. After finishing further formalities against Afghanistan, England returns home to recriminations.

Adelaide: Bangladesh has taken every opportunity today at Adelaide and snatched the match efficiently. Sometimes wish strengthens hope and brings the fruit. Even though openers are sent to pavilion in early overs, middle order batsmen have carried the match. Mahmudullah has made heroic effort with superb century in classical way. He hit 103 runs in 138 balls with 7 fours and 2 sixes. Rahim has supported too with beautiful innings of 89 runs in 77 balls. Bangla has finally made a decent score of 275 runs in 50 overs for 7 wickets.

England has started the chase with good motive but spirit lied only for few overs. Probably England players might have lost the game spirit and played the match uninterested. Bell and Buttler have fought well with half century. Other batsmen have left for pavilion one by one soon. Bangla bowlers have bowled aggressively leaving no chance for England. Bangla looked strong after the fall of 4 wickets. Bangla continued the same spirit and snatched the match.

Rubel of Bangladesh has taken the key wickets of England and strived his nation to Quarter Finals. Mortaza and Shakib too bowled with decent figures and took 2 wickets each. Mahmudullah’s maiden century has taken Bangladesh to further stage for the first time in World Cup tournament so far. Mahmudullah became Man of the Match. With 7 points, Bangladesh takes 3rd position in Pool A.