Bangladesh v England ODI: England collapse in Dhaka
Bangladesh v England Second ODI
England’s hopes of a the series victory were dealt a crushing blow as Bangladesh downed a sorry England after a superb performance from Mashrafe Mortaza to win by 34 runs. The series is now levelled 1-1 with the decided taking place on Wednesday.
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England all out for 204 – Bangladesh won by 34 run
44th Over: WICKET! Bangladesh won the match by 34 runs after Jake Ball was caught by Nasir with Mashrafe once again the orchestrator behind England’s downfall.
44th Over: Jake Ball decided to join Rashid during England’s last stand with nine from the over. 203-9.
41st Over: Rashid began to pull together a brave resistance with 11 off the over. Amazing. 173-9.
38th Over: WICKET! It was Willey turn to be given lbw with Mosaddek pulling the strings. 159-9.
36th Over: England struggled to find many runs to take charge of the game with Rashid and Willey at the crease. 150-8.
29th Over: WICKET! England looked dead and buried as Bangladesh continued to go at a visibly weak England batting line up as Woakes was caught by Mushfiqur after a Taskin ball. 132-8.
28th Over: WICKET! Buttler was given his marching orders after a reviewed lbw – tempers reached biling point but the Lancashire and England wicketkeeper batsman was dismissed nonetheless. 123-7.
27th Over: WICKET! Moeen Ali fails to connect a ball from Nasir and ended up being caught by Shakib for just 4 runs. 120-6.
26th Over: Jos Buttler put in a captain’s performance to reach his half century from 48 balls after timing Nasir’s delivery for four. 112-5.
23rd Over: WICKET! Bairstow was dismissed after a fine delivery from Mushfiqur and was ahige blow for England. 105-5.
22nd Over: England finally brought up their 100 with sustained resistance from Bairstow and Buttler. 101-4.
17th Over: Buttler and Bairstow began to take control of England’s innings - with Bairstow narrowly avoiding being run out, but Buttler hit three fours from four balls with the early nightmare seemingly over. 82-4.
9th Over: WICKET! England could hardly believe it when Ben Stokes was bowled by Mashrafe for none, 239 certainly looked a long way off in the early stages of their innings. 26-4.
7th Over: WICKET! Mashrafe doubled his wicket tally when Jason Roy was caught by lbw for just 13 runs. England started to look in trouble. 24-3.
4th Over: WICKET! Things went from bad to worse for the Three Lions as Duckett was also dismissed, this time for none after he was bowled by Shakib. 14-2.
3rd Over: WICKET! England were dealt a major blow at the hands of Mashrafe as Vince was dismissed or just five runs. 12-1.
1st Over: Jason Roy and James Vince opened the batting for England. After surviving an early lbw call from the first ball, the pair managed to pick up four runs to get the Three Lions off the mark. 4-0.
England needed 239 to win
50th Over: Good final over from England as they limited Bangladesh’s run count to 238 with a few singles and dot balls. Excellent from Woakes.
49th Over: WICKET! Mashrafe’s night was cut short after he was run out by captain Jos Buttler. 238-8.
48th Over: Mashrafe shone for Bangladesh during the last five overs with 30 runs – also brining up his fifty partnership with Nasir. 223-7.
43rd Over: Mashrafe hit the first six of the day – rounding off the over with another maximum as the hosts began to take control again. 182-7.
41st Over: WICKET! England tightened their grip on Bangladesh with another wicket that saw Mosaddek walk with Moeen Ali on the end of a wayward shot from a ball in by Rashid. 169-7.
39th Over: WICKET! England finally got their man when Mahmudullah was out by lbw after a review from the Three Lions. 161-6.
37th Over: Bangladesh seemed to find their rhythm again as Mahmudullah and Mosaddek begain scoring important runs from the hosts. 148-5.
36th Over: Mahmudullah and Mosaddek looked like the hosts key to victory with the latter scoring back to back boundaries from the over –plus a free-hit coutesy of Ben Stokes. 142-5.
30th Over: Excellent over from England with just one run conceded. 115-5.
27th Over: WICKET! Shakib experienced an early departure after a short ball from Ben Stokes who took his first and only wicket of the match with captain Jos Buttler on the end of a mis-timed shot. 113-5.
26th Over: Mahmudullah brought up his half century off just 51 balls when he guided a ball from Ben Stokes out to third man for four. 107-4.
21st Over: WICKET! Jake Ball was at it again. Mushfiqur is caught superbly by Ali after a fantastic ball in from England latest star. 89-4.
20th Over: Mahmadullah and Mushfiqur started to form an effective partnership as they reached their partnership 50 – with eight runs in the 20th Over. 82-3.
16th Over: Jake Ball continued to cause Bangladesh some problems with just 3 runs from the over. 53-3.
14th Over: New batsman Mushfiqur started brightly for the hosts on his first introduction for Bangladesh – reaching back to back boundaries which took his tally to eight from two. 47-3.
13th Over: WICKET! Sabbir endured a difficult innings and was dismissed by Jake Ball (who was instrumental in England’s first ODI win in Sher-e-Bangla) from an inside edge. 39-3.
12th Over: England continued to pile the pressure on Bangladesh as Willey bowled excellently to reduce the number of runs conceded. 37-2.
8th Over: WICKET! England took another wicket, with Chris Woakes once again in the mix for England as he took his tally up to 2 with another short ball that saw Tamim dismissed by Moeen Ali at short midwicket.26-2.
6th Over: WICKET! Bangladesh batsmen Tamim and Kayes started to find their rhythm – but not before Willey caught out Kayes at deep square after a short ball from Woakes. 25-1.
5th Over: The in-form Imrul Kayes continued to work the ball well for Bangladesh – picking up a much needed boundary for the hosts after a series of good overs from England restricted the Bangladesh attack. 15-0.
1st Over: England started strong with Chris Woakes bowling aggressively with the new ball, firing in an in-swinging Yorker at Tamim Iqbal who had a difficult first over – but Kayes (the centurion from the first ODI) finds space through cover for four runs. 5-0.
England won the toss and elected to bowl first, hoping that their outstanding fielding performance during the first ODI will put Bangladesh under immediate pressure as they searched for their second victory of the series.