Shakib Al Hasan, Liton Das headline Bangladesh's record chase against West Indies in Cricket World Cup

Here are the best photos from Bangladesh's seven-wicket win over West Indies in the Cricket World Cup.

FirstCricket Staff June 18, 2019 13:11:07 IST
Shakib Al Hasan, Liton Das headline Bangladesh's record chase against West Indies in Cricket World Cup
Shakib Al Hasan Liton Das headline Bangladeshs record chase against West Indies in Cricket World Cup

Bangladesh's Shakib Al Hasan and Liton Das built a 189-run partnership for the fourth wicket as the Tigers beat West Indies by seven wickets to complete their highest-ever run chase in ODIs. This was also the second highest run-chase in World Cups. Reuters

Shakib Al Hasan Liton Das headline Bangladeshs record chase against West Indies in Cricket World Cup

West Indies' Chris Gayle walks back to the pavilion after being dismissed for a duck. Mohammad Saifuddin dismissed the swashbuckling opener after he went 13 balls remaining scoreless. AP

Shakib Al Hasan Liton Das headline Bangladeshs record chase against West Indies in Cricket World Cup

West Indies' Shai Hope continued his impressive form, but missed out on a century after he was dismissed for 96 by Mustafizur Rahman. He put up a 116-run stand with Evin Lewis for the second wicket. AP

Shakib Al Hasan Liton Das headline Bangladeshs record chase against West Indies in Cricket World Cup

Evin Lewis played a knock of 70, which consisted of six fours and two sixes. Apart from him and Hope, Shimron Hetmyer, too, scored a half-century in the innings. AP

Shakib Al Hasan Liton Das headline Bangladeshs record chase against West Indies in Cricket World Cup

Bangladesh's Mustafizur Rahman celebrates after dismissing Andre Russell for a duck. Mustafizur finished with 3-59 as West Indies registered a total of 321-8. Reuters

Shakib Al Hasan Liton Das headline Bangladeshs record chase against West Indies in Cricket World Cup

Andre Russell celebrates after taking a wicket of Soumya Sarkar, who was the first to depart in Bangadesh's run chase. With the score reading 52-1, Soumya departed for 29 runs. Reuters

Shakib Al Hasan Liton Das headline Bangladeshs record chase against West Indies in Cricket World Cup

Tamim Iqbal missed out on a half-century after being dismissed for 48 runs. However, he still went onto build 50-plus partnerships each with Soumya Sarkar and Shakib Al Hasan. Reuters

Shakib Al Hasan Liton Das headline Bangladeshs record chase against West Indies in Cricket World Cup

West Indies' Sheldon Cottrell celebrates the dismissal of Tamim Iqbal. Reuters

Shakib Al Hasan Liton Das headline Bangladeshs record chase against West Indies in Cricket World Cup

Bangladesh's Shakib Al Hasan celebrates after scoring his ninth ODI ton. This was his second ton in this edition of the World Cup. He remained unbeaten on 124 as Bangladesh won by seven wickets with 8.3 overs to spare. AP

 

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