ENG Vs BAN, 2023

Bangladesh chose to bowl first after winning the toss in the 7th match, i.e. ENG Vs BAN, of the ICC Cricket World Cup 2023. The match was played at Dharamsala, Himachal Pradesh, India.

England won the ENG Vs BAN match by 137 runs on 10 October 2023. Dawid Malan, batter of England has been awarded with player of the match for his phenomenal performance in this match. While batting first England made a total of 364 (50 Overs) on loss of 9 wickets.

Brief of England’s Performance for ENG Vs BAN, 2023

England got a perfect start as the opening batsmen Bairstow and Malan added 115 runs for the first wicket and the partnership broke when Bairstow after making a half-century got bowled by Shakib at 52 runs. For second wicket Malan and Root added 151(117) runs.

While batting Malan dominated the Bangladeshi bowling attack and he hammered them with 14 fours and 6 sixes and made a total of 140(107). Throughout Milan played good cricket and was given the full opportunity of Entertainment to the cricket lover. It was Malan’s 6th hundred in the ODIs.

England won with the highest margins in the World Cup (by runs) is tabulated below:

Run MarginAgainstPlaceYear
196East AfricaBirmingham1975
122South AfricaThe Oval1999

Brief of Bangladesh’s Performance for ENG Vs BAN, 2023.

In 2nd inning, when Bangladesh came for batting, it didn’t not gets good start and lost her four wickets at 49 runs only. From one end Litton Das could has done well with bat and contribute 76 runs in the total of Bangladesh score.

Addition to the Litton Das, batsman and wicket Keeper, Mushfiqur Rahman could manage to get 51 runs and Towhid Hridoy made 39 runs of 61 balls. The rest of the Bangladesh’s batting lineup collapsed and succumbed to chase the score of 364.

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