Pakistan vs Bangladesh 43rd Match ICC World Cup 2019 Highlights
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43rd Match of ICC World Cup 2019: Pakistan vs. Bangladesh
The 43rd match of ICC World Cup was played between Pakistan and Bangladesh at Lord on 5th of July. Pakistan decided to bat first as they won the toss.
Pakistan scored a massive 315 runs in 50 overs with 9 wickets down. It was their seventh-highest score in World Cups as well as the best score against Bangladesh in the World Cups. Imam-ul-Haq became the top scorer as he made 100 runs off 100 balls with 7- fours included. This was his 6th ODI century and first World Cup century. However, he also set the record of being the first hit out in this edition of World Cups. Babar Azam scored 96 runs off 98 balls with 11- fours, Imad Wasim made 43 runs off 26 balls with 6- fours and 1- six included and Mohammad Hafeez made 27 runs.
Pakistan’s 5 wickets were picked up by Mustafizur Rahman for 75 runs in 10 overs, This was his 3rd best bowling figure for Bangladesh and it was their best bowling figure against their opponent in the World Cups. Mohammad Saifuddin picked up 3 wickets and Mehidy Hasan picked 1.
Bangladesh could not meet the target as they only scored 221 for all out in 44.1 overs. Shakib AL Hasan became the top scorer with 64 runs off 77 balls with 6- fours. Liton Das made 32 runs off 40 balls with 3- fours, Mahmudullah made 29 runs off 41 balls with 3- fours, Soumya Sarkar made 22 runs off 22 balls with 4- fours, Mushfiqur Rahim made 16 runs off 19 balls with 2- fours and Mosaddek Hossain also made 16 runs off 21 balls with 1- four.
6 of Bangladesh’s wickets were picked up by Shaheen Shah Afridi for only 35 runs. With this, he became the youngest player to pick 5 wickets in the World Cups. This 6 for 35 was as well Pakistan’s best bowling figures in the World Cups. Similarly, it was their best bowling figure against Bangladesh in the World Cups as well.
This was Pakistan’s fourth consecutive victory.
Shaheen Shah Afridi became the Player of the match his record-breaking wicket haul of 6 for only 35 runs in 9.1 overs.
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