In the match against England, the team showed valour to chase a amssive 387 run target as Shakib Al Hasan smashed 121 but other batsmen failed to accompany him and the team was wrapped up for 280 runs.
Shakib Al Hasan's second consecutive World Cup century propelled Bangladesh to their highest successful ODI chase as they defeated the West Indies by seven wickets.
Tamim and Shakib routinely found the boundary as the latter became the second Bangladeshi cricketer to score 6000 ODI runs, the first being Tamim himself.More news: Cadence of Hyrule Deku Seeds | How to trade Deku seeds
- Shakib, with hundreds against England and now against the West Indies, has replicated Mahmudullah's feat of scoring back-to-back centuries in World Cups.
Victory lifted Bangladesh up to fifth in the table and maintains their chances of reaching the semi-finals, while also effectively ending West Indies' hopes.
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Hetmyer smoked four fours and three sixes in his tournament-equaling fastest fifty in the tournament, along with Australia's Alex Carey, but he looked for one big shot too many and skied Mustafizur Rahman straight to Tamim at midwicket to depart for 50 and Russell was dismissed for a duck two balls later as the seamer temporarily stifled the big hitting. His partnership of 116 with Hope was the West Indies' first century stand of the World Cup.
But Pooran, on 25 from 30 balls, perished when he tried to slog-sweep Shakib and miscued to Soumya Sarkar at long-on.
Oshane Thomas was the man on strike, and Mustafizur Rahman was the bowler, and a routine delivery appeared to have ensued as "The Fizz" managed to beat Thomas and the ball went through to the keeper.More news: West Ham Take Firm Line On Manchester United Target Issa Diop
Skipper Jason Holder's 33 from 15 balls - including four fours and two sixes - filled in admirably for Hetmyer to ensure the Windies went past 300.