Shakib’s ton keeps Bangladesh hopes alive

Sun Online Desk

17th June, 2019 09:03:33 printer

Shakib’s ton keeps Bangladesh hopes alive

Bangladesh openers Tamim Iqbal and Soumya Sarkar started confidently to chase 322 runs, before Soumya Sarkar gave his wicket away to Andre Russell against West Indies in World Cup 2019 in County ground, Taunton on Monday.

Shakib al Hasan is fighting the lone battle once again with Liton Das on the crease. He brings up his half century in just 40 balls.Bangladesh were 248 in 34 overs.

Mushfiqur Rahim flicked one to keeper behind the stumps as Oshane Thomas got his first wicket.

Tamim Iqbal was run out by Sheldon Cottrell.He went back for 48.

Earlier, West Indies posted a fighting total of 321 runs losing 8 wickets.

Mustafizur Rahman struck twice in one over to pick up two crucial wickets of Shimron Hetmeyer and Andre Russell.