Australia VS Bangladesh CWC19 Match 26 Result
Australia won the toss and elected to bat first in the 26th match of ICC Cricket World Cup 2019.
David Warner’s century ensures Australia’s 48 runs victory over Bangladesh at Trent Bridge on and moved to the top of the World Cup Points Table. Warner made Bangladesh pay for dropping him on the 10 with a 166 runs the second century of the opening of the World Cup. Bangladesh, who needed to surpass the Irish World Cup day record of 329-7 against England in 2011, struggled to keep up with the required race pace.
Mushfiqur Rahim scored 102 not out Mahmudullah scored 69 runs. But the wicketkeeper played an entertaining knock but it was too late to change the game. Bangladesh finishing 333-8 after 50 overs. The loss left them in fifth place, only the top four in the group stage of the 10-team preliminary round qualifying for the semifinals. Warner becomes the top scorer with 447 points. He received strong support from Australian captain Aaron Finch 53 runs and Usman Khawaja 89 runs.
Soumya Sarkar took 3-58, but by the time the sixth gunner arrived, Australia had already benefited from numerous misplaced deliveries from a missing striker, Mohammad Saifuddin, who had been sidelined with a back spasm. Finch, fresh out of his 153 in a win over Sri Lanka, set the tone by throwing Bangladeshi captain Mashrafe Mortaza the only survivor of the Tigers’ surprise 2005 defeat to Australia in Cardiff to six against the cover. Warner increasingly fluid, eventually fell into the same combination after facing 147 balls, hitting 14 fours and five sixes. Khawaja fell in front of a hundred people when he plunged Soumya and Mushfiqur dived to try a nice catch.
On two occasions, Trent Bridge has seen England set a record for rounds in an international match, including the current score of 481-6 against Australia last year. Bangladesh did not help its own cause when a chaotic confusion between Tamim Iqbal and Soumya saw the latter pass out under The Hands of Finch from the middle. Shakib Al Hasan, fresh out of his winning century against the West Indies, then lost 41 runs by giving Marcus Stoinis a slower ball for Warner midway through. And the crowd rose when Mushfiqur completed his seventh century of ODI, from 95 balls, nine to four and a six.
Man of the Match Award:
David Warner was awarded as man of the match award for his Superb Knock of 166 runs.