Cricket World Cup: Bangladesh beat South Africa by 21 runs

Bangladesh shocked South Africa to begin their World Cup crusade with a fine 21-run triumph at The Oval.

Bangladesh made 330-6 – their most elevated one-day all out – with Mushfiqur Rahim scoring 78 and Shakib Al Hasan 75 before an enthusiastic group firmly to support them.

The pair put on 142 for the third wicket and, albeit both fell in the last 15 overs, Mahmudullah helped control his side to the most astounding aggregate of the competition with an unbeaten 46 off 33 balls.

South Africa, who were messy in the field, lost vital wickets as they once in a while took steps to finish the most noteworthy World Cup pursue ever.

Opener Quinton de Kock tumbled to a shambolic run-out right off the bat, skipper Faf du Plessis was bowled for 62 and Rassie van der Dussen was rejected for 41 in the 40th over.

The Proteas still had thin expectation with three overs left, JP Duminy at the wrinkle and 44 required – however he played on off Mustafizur Rahman to leave for 45.

The thrashing implies South Africa have lost their opening two matches in the challenge, having been beaten by England in the opener on Thursday.

Bangladesh inspire in winning begin

Bangladesh are a much-improved group as of late – they won a tri-arrangement against West Indies and Ireland before this competition and have arrangement prevails upon India and Pakistan since the last World Cup – yet this outcome still observed the side positioned seventh on the planet beat the one positioned third.

Bangladesh were given a strong begin by Tamim Iqbal and Soumya Sarkar, who shared a remain of 60, yet the accomplished pair of Shakib and Mushfiqur revamped perfectly after the two openers fell.

They pivoted the strike and scored uninhibitedly through additional spread and square leg, scoring at near a run a ball.

It looked like Bangladesh would neglect a decent position when Mushfiqur withdrew not long after Shakib, however Mahmudullah’s late hitting, which included three fours and a major six over mid-wicket, and backing from Mosaddek Hossain, who made 26, recaptured energy as 54 runs originated from the last four overs.

With the ball, Bangladesh were more trained than the Proteas, with their spinners prudent on a similar pitch utilized for England’s success over South Africa.

Shakib bowled opener Aiden Markram through the door for 45 and Mehedi Hasan turned one between Du Plessis’ bat and cushion as he progressed down the pitch.

Seamers Mohammad Saifuddin and Mustafizur Rahman returned later in the innings to seal triumph, with the previous bowling a wicket lady that incorporated the scalp of the well-set Van der Dussen.

Bangladesh play New Zealand in multi day-night game on Wednesday, again at The Oval.