- England beat Bangladesh by 8 wickets
- Jason Roy, man of the match
- England first in Group One
Batting first, Bangladesh scored 124 of 9 in 20 overs. Mushfiqur Rahim was the team’s top scorer with 29 of 30 balls. Bangladesh collapsed after the front line collapsed. The first three wickets fell while scoring just 26 runs. The starters were returned and spinner Moin Ali made the knockdown.
The combination of Captain Mahmudullah (19) and Mushfiqur Rahim led to at least a decent score. Goalkeeper Narul Hasan scored 18 runs. In the end, Mehdi Hasan, Nass and Ahmed (19 of 9 balls) put up resistance and the score crossed 100. Tim Mills took three wickets for England. Moin Ali took two wickets for 18 runs in 3 overs and Livingston took two wickets for 15 runs.
The English batting lineup easily surpassed Bangladesh’s 124-run goal. Man of the game was Jason Roy, who scored 61 of 38 balls. Roy’s entries consisted of five fours and three sixes. Jose Butler scored 18 of 18 balls. David Malan was undefeated at 18 of 25 balls and Johnny Bairstow was undefeated at 8 of 4 balls.
Pakistan wins again; Congratulations to India