England marked the highest score of 386 in 12th ODI against Bangladesh and won the match by 106 runs. England now stood first in the ODI Ranking of ICC cricket world cup 2019. After losing confidence against Pakistan, they are back with a bang in the Cardiff stadium. Jason Roy remarkably scored a century of 153 for 121 balls.
Jason Roy took the whole credit of England victory at Cardiff by spinning 14 fours and 5 sixes before his exit by Mortaza catch when Hasan was in the bowling lane.
Shakib-al-Hasan from Bangladesh kept chasing the total scored 121 for 119 balls with 14 fours before Ben Stokes took his wicket.
Jos Buttler scored 64 runs off 44 balls and Bairstow also completed his half-century before they both knocked out on Saifuddin and Mortaza bowling.
Whereas, Jason Roy being the aggressor took no chance and move from 100 to 150 and sweetly diving along with the inning until he got caught up by Hasan. Hasan managed to grab two wickets of Roy and Morgan. Root and Stokes couldn’t perform well and knocked out by Saifuddin and Rahman. However, Woakes and Plunkett together provided England with 45 runs for the shortfall.
Bangladesh started chasing the big score of 387 with openers Tamim Iqbal and Sarkar. Tamim after scoring 19 off 29 balls knocked out by Wood. While Archer took the wicket of Sarkar after 2 runs hopelessly. Shakib-al-Hasan created a big difference to chase the huge score by England and then Stokes took his wicket after Hasan strike 12 fours.
In the beginning, Bangladesh tried to scale their target but Archer’s brilliant inning shut them down. However, Shakib and Mushfiqur Rahim together dragged the score to 106. This partnership broke down by Plunkett as Mushfiqur was well taken by Roy.
Mohammad Mithun did not make any score and lasted for 2 balls only. Archer then removed Mehedi Hasan and Rahman.
Bangladesh managed to score 280 runs in 48 overs.