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England thrash Bangladesh for second win in Super 12s

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England continued their perfect start at the Men’s T20 World Cup with an eight-wicket thrashing of Bangladesh in Abu Dhabi.

After bowling West Indies out for 55 in their opening win, England restricted Bangladesh to 124-9 in another fine performance in the field.

Moeen Ali took two wickets in two balls in the third finished, Tymal Mills asserted 3-27 and Liam Livingstone 2-15, while there was likewise a fine jumping get from Adil Rashid and a run-out.

Jason Roy then, at that point, slammed 61 from 38 balls and Dawid Malan made a deliberate 28 not out as England hustled to their objective with 35 balls to save.

Eoin Morgan’s side sit top of Group 1 after two games in the Super 12s.

Their next match is against Australia in Dubai on Saturday at 15:00 BST.

This might not have been as damaging or eye-getting as England’s six-wicket prevail upon West Indies however it was nearly as noteworthy.

Bangladesh, who got through the first round of the competition to arrive at the Super 12, have the players, especially their spinners, to present issues to greater sides. Britain smacked them to the side effortlessly.

Again it was a triumph based on solid bowling execution, a decent sign for England’s expectations given it is probably their more vulnerable suit.

Off-spinner Moeen, gave the new ball once more, reacted by eliminating openers Liton Das and Mohammad Naim with successive balls, Das top-edging to profound square leg and Naim gently finding mid-on.

Chris Woakes, who took a flawless 1-12 from four overs, gathered the vital wicket of Shakib Al Hasan, Rashid plunging to take the ball dropping behind him at short fine leg.

Bangladesh were 26-3 in the 6th over and from that point England kept on taking customary wickets, the strategic moves made by skipper Eoin Morgan working impeccably.

Low maintenance spinner Liam Livingstone caught Mushfiqur Rahim, who made 29, lbw on audit in his first finished and furthermore had commander Mahmudullah taken at in reverse point for a dull 19 from 24 balls.

Tymal Mills took three lower-request wickets with his blend of speed and more slow balls, including two off the last two conveyances of the innings.

Roy dominates as Malan cruises

Bangladesh’s all out was never liable to be sufficient, a view possibly reinforced when Roy broke the primary wad of the pursuit for four.

Indeed, even with the deficiency of Jos Buttler, got at long-off for a run-a-ball 18, Roy controlled England to 63-1 toward the finish of the seventh over and the Bangladesh defenders’ non-verbal communication was at that point that of a beaten side.

Roy, winning his 50th cap, hit incredible shots down the ground and creative scoops in arriving at a 33-ball fifty, preceding he discovered third man with an incline off Shoriful Islam with 13 runs required.

Pushed down the request and not required against West Indies, Malan turned out in his typical situation of number three.

His place is the most bantered in the England side and, while there was practically no strain on him, his familiar innings was basically helpful time in the center.

Harder tests will come for England, yet Morgan couldn’t have requested substantially more after two close to perfect exhibitions in two games.

‘An extremely extraordinary counterpart for us’ – response

Britain skipper Eoin Morgan: “Our bowlers have begun the competition all around well. It’s a colossal commendation to how far our white-ball cricket has gone along.

“It’s great for Jason and Dawid to get some time at the wicket. Jason is so forcing and when you play like that on lethargic wickets, it makes it hard to set fields.”

Player of the match Jason Roy: “That was an exceptionally uncommon counterpart for us. We needed to back up our last exhibition against West Indies and we needed to come out terminating. A great deal of credit goes to our bowlers.”

Bangladesh chief Mahmudullah: “We are extremely disillusioned with the manner in which we batted particularly. It was an awesome wicket to bat on yet we didn’t make any association in the center.”

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