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Highlights, Pakistan vs Bangladesh, ICC Cricket World Cup 2019 Match, Full Cricket Score: Pakistan win by 94 runs

Date: Friday, 05 July, 2019 23:17 IST

Venue: Lord's, London

Match Ended

Pakistan beat Bangladesh by 94 runs

315/9 OV : (50.0) RR.(6.3)
221/10 OV : (44.1) RR.(5.01)
Match Ended:

Pakistan beat Bangladesh by 94 runs

Man Of the Match:

This over 44.1

  • 1(1WD)
  • 0(W)

batsman

Mehedi Hasan

  • 7 (6)
  • 4s X 1
  • 6s X 0

bowler

Mohammad Hafeez

  • 32 (6)
  • M X 1
  • W X 0

Mohammad Amir

  • 31 (7)
  • M X 0
  • W X 1
Current Partnership Last Wicket

2 ( 0.3 ) R/R: 4

Mustafizur Rahman 1(3)

Mehedi Hasan 0(0)

221/10 (44.1 over)

Mustafizur Rahman 1 (3) SR: S.R (33.33)

b Shaheen Afridi

ICC Cricket World Cup 2019 Match 43 Match Result Pakistan beat Bangladesh by 94 runs

Highlights, Pakistan vs Bangladesh, ICC Cricket World Cup 2019 Match, Full Cricket Score: Pakistan win by 94 runs

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23:00 (IST)

That's it from us.

Pakistan pay the price of starting the World Cup poorly and end up finishing so close to making it to the semi-finals. Lot's of positives for them from the tournament though in the form of Shaheen Shah Afridi, Haris Sohail and Babar Azam. We also bid adieu to Bangladesh and probably the best player of the tournament so far in Shakib Al Hasan. They punched above their weight but in the end, fell short. 

Tomorrow marks the end of the group stage of the World Cup with India taking on Sri Lanka at 3 pm IST followed by Australia facing South Africa at 6 pm IST. See you tomorrow! Goodnight!

22:54 (IST)

Pakistan captain Sarfaraz Ahmed: We are unfortunate as we played really good cricket in the last couple of matches and we couldn't qualify for the semi-finals. The loss against West Indies harmed us but the boys responded well after the India loss. After the India loss, Shaheen and Haris played really well. We need to sit down in the two months free and see what to do. The way batsmen like Imam, Babar and Haris played as well as Amir, Shaheen and Wahab bowled was really good. Shaheen bowled really well and it was one of the best spells I have ever seen.

Sandipan Banerjee, freelance cricket writer at Lords
22:54 (IST)
22:52 (IST)

Mashrafe Mortaza, Bangladesh captain: I think in last two matches. Shakib batted well but we could not make partnerships in the middle. We are sorry for him as a team as we could not support him througout the tournament. Batted at 3 and scored in almost every match. He was fantastic. Bowling has been an issue. Fielding has cost us a lot. It is a bit of concern. Not satisfied with the performance. At the end of the day, we gave our 100 percent. I will go home, rethink about retirement and make a final call. 

22:47 (IST)

Bangladesh will be disappointed with their performance in this game. They are a better team than this. Perhaps, following the defeat against India, their morals were down. In fact, throughout this tournament, they were over-dependent on Shakib and today it has been proved once again.

Sandipan Banerjee, freelance cricket writer at Lords
22:47 (IST)
22:43 (IST)

Shaheen Shah Afridi wins the player of the match for his six-wicket haul.

Shaheen: The credit goes to our bowling coach and Allah for this bowling performance. Special feeling for me to take six wickets. The wicket is very good. The pitch is slow and we saw Musatfizur using off cutters well in the first innings. This award is for my father.

22:43 (IST)

All over. This has been a masterclass of pace bowling by Shaheen Shah Afridi. Full, swinging toe crushing yorkers. Reminds me of ala Wasim Akram. It is unfortunate that we won't be able to see him ball anymore in this World Cup. Pakistan finish their World Cup campaign at fifth position just behind New Zealand.

Sandipan Banerjee, freelance cricket writer at Lords
22:43 (IST)
22:41 (IST)

Best bowling figures for Pakistan in World Cup:

6/35 - Shaheen Afridi v Bangladesh, Lord's, 2019*

5/16 - Shahid Afridi v Kenya, Hambantota, 2011

5/23 - Shahid Afridi v Canada, Colombo (RPS), 2011

22:36 (IST)

Pakistan beat Bangladesh by 94 runs!

OUT! Shaheen Shah Afridi has his sixth wicket and it's the best of the lot! A yorker to end the proceedings and Pakistan finish their World Cup with a 94-run win. Shaheen finishes with figures of 6/35, the best for a Pakistani bowler in the World Cup.

22:35 (IST)

After 44 overs,Bangladesh 221/9 ( Mehedi Hasan 7 , Mustafizur Rahman 1)

Mehidy Hassan plays a very good late cut to get Shadab's ninth over with a boundary. Good work from Shadab and Sarfaraz behind the stumps to stump Mortaza. Mustafizur Rahman is the last man to walk out. Six runs and a wicket off the over.

22:32 (IST)

OUT! Good bowling from Shadab! He knew Mortaza was going to come down the track to whack him for a six so he bowled the ball well wide. Sarfaraz collects it cleanly and whips off the bails in a flash. Mortaza st Sarfaraz b Shadab Khan 15(14)

22:30 (IST)

FOUR! A very good shot from Mehidy Hassan. Waited for the ball to reach right underneath his eyes before playing a late cut past first slip for a boundary.

22:29 (IST)

After 43 overs, Bangladesh 214/8 ( Mehedi Hasan 2, Mashrafe Mortaza (C) 15)

Shaheen Afridi runs in to bowl his ninth over and is clobbered for a six over long-on by Mortaza. The Bangladesh skipper is looking to sign off on a high. Eight runs off the over.

22:27 (IST)

SIX! Mashrafe with a monstrous hit! Shaheen bowls a slower ball full and Mortaza clobbers it over long-on. 

22:26 (IST)

After 42 overs, Bangladesh 206/8 ( Mehedi Hasan 1, Mashrafe Mortaza (C) 8)

Shadab continues. Mortaza slams a six straight back over Shadab's head and ends the over with a single at deep mid-wicket

22:24 (IST)

SIX! Mortaza stands tall and smashes the ball right back over Shadab's head for a huge six.

22:23 (IST)

Shaheen Afridi has bowled Bangladesh out of this contest. a talent he is! It is petty that his team is going out of this World Cup.

Meanwhile, that was a poor shot selection by Saifuddin. That's inexperience for you. He should have taken a leaf out of his previous innings and taken the game deep. 

Sandipan Banerjee, freelance cricket writer at Lords
22:23 (IST)
22:22 (IST)

After 41 overs, Bangladesh 199/8 ( Mehedi Hasan 1, Mashrafe Mortaza (C) 1)

Shaheen Shah Afridi comes back for his third spell and once again strikes on his first ball. What a talent this young man is. Mehidy Hasan is the new man in. Shaheen Shah Afridi gets his fifth wicket and with it, a place on the Lord's honours board by yorking Mahumudullah. Captain Mashrafe Mortaza walks out for the last time in a World Cup match. Two runs and an equal number of wickets off the over.

22:21 (IST)

Shaheen Afridi (19y 90d) is now the youngest player to take a five-wicket haul in ODI World Cups. The previous youngest was Collins Obuya (21y 212d).

Umang Pabari, Cricket statistician
22:21 (IST)
22:20 (IST)

OUT! Five wickets for Shaheen Shah Afridi! A peach of a yorker from the youngster and Mahumudullah has to depart! Shaheen Shah Afridi will have his name on the Lord's honours board at the end of the day! Mahmudullah b Shaheen Shah Afridi 29 (41b)

22:17 (IST)

OUT! Shaheen Shah Afridi comes back into the attack and he strikes on his very first ball. Saifuddin looks to slap the ball away but finds Amir at mid-off. A golden duck for the Bangladeshi tail-ender. Saifuddin c Amir b Shaheen Afridi 0(1)

22:14 (IST)

After 40 overs, Bangladesh 197/6 ( Mahmudullah 29, Mohammad Saifuddin 0)

Shadab Khan into his seventh over. Mosaddek cuts his first ball for a four but Shadab has the last laugh as Mosaddek ends up giving an easy catch to Babar Azam at long-off on the fourth ball. Shaifuddin joins Mahumudullah in the middle. Six runs and a wicket off the over.

22:12 (IST)

OUT! Mosaddek Hossain comes down the track looking to whack the ball over long-off but ends up giving an easy catch to Babar Azam. Mosaddek Hossain c Babar Azam b Shadab Khan 16(21)

22:10 (IST)

FOUR! Mosaddek cuts furiously at a short and wide ball and the ball races past backward point for a boundary.

22:09 (IST)

After 39 overs, Bangladesh 191/5 ( Mahmudullah 28, Mosaddek Hossain 11)

Wahab Riaz continues. His second ball is flicked towards the cow corner by Mahumudullah. Imam does so well to dive and stop the ball right at the edge. Saves a run for his team. Mahumudullah gets his boundary a couple of balls later via a top edge. Eight runs off the over.

22:09 (IST)

FOUR! Wahab bangs in short and the ball flies off Mahumudullah's top edge over Sarfaraz's head. The skipper gives chase but the ball wins the race in the end.

22:04 (IST)

After 38 overs, Bangladesh 183/5 ( Mahmudullah 21, Mosaddek Hossain 10)

Shadab Khan is brought back into the attack. Mahumudullah looks to hit the ball straight down the ground but doesn't connect well. Babar Azam runs in from long-off and puts in a desperate dive but can't make it. Five runs off the over.

22:01 (IST)

After 37 overs, Bangladesh 178/5 ( Mahmudullah 18, Mosaddek Hossain 8)

Wahab into his sixth over. He's unlucky to concede a boundary off a thick outside edge but his misery is compounded when Hafeez drops Mahumudullah on the next delivery at mid-off. A tad difficult diving to his right.

22:00 (IST)

FOUR! A lucky boundary for Mahumudullah. He was looking to drive Wahab through covers but ended up getting a thick edge and the ball runs fine for a four.

21:57 (IST)

Positive move this by Sarfraz to bring Amir back into the attack. One wicket here will almost seal the deal for Pakistan. So they are going for the kill at this stage rather than taking the game deep. From Bangladesh's point of view, it is all about hanging in there. Mahmudullah needs to bat as long as possible.

Sandipan Banerjee, freelance cricket writer at Lords
21:57 (IST)
21:56 (IST)

After 36 overs, Bangladesh 172/5 ( Mahmudullah 13, Mosaddek Hossain 7)

Amir continues. A mix up between Mahumudullah and Mosaddek nearly gets the latter run out but Babar can't hit the stumps at the non-striker's end. Just three runs and a wide off the over.

21:52 (IST)

After 35 overs, Bangladesh 168/5 ( Mahmudullah 12, Mosaddek Hossain 5)

Wahab Riaz replaces Shaheen Afridi after drinks. Just four singles off the over. The required rate is just under 10 per over now. 

21:45 (IST)

After 34 overs, Bangladesh 164/5 ( Mahmudullah 10, Mosaddek Hossain 3)

Amir steams in for his sixth over. Shadab Khan tries a Jonty Rhodes-esque run out by running in from point. He gets a direct hit from a foot away and flattens the stumps with his body with the follow through. However, Mosaddek was safely inside the crease. Three runs off the over. Drinks taken.

21:42 (IST)

And Shakib's magnificent World Cup comes to an end. Perhaps, a lose shot in the context of the match. He should have played Shaheen's spell out. But that's how he plays.

Meanwhile, a standing ovation for him from the crowd as he was coming out of the ground. And with Shakib's dismissal Bangladesh's chances look quite bleak in this game. Credit to young Shaheen, who has changed the course of the match in this spell with wickets of Liton and Shakib.

Sandipan Banerjee, freelance cricket writer at Lords
21:42 (IST)
21:41 (IST)

After 33 overs, Bangladesh 161/5 ( Mahmudullah 8, Mosaddek Hossain 2)

Shaheen strikes and that's the end of a wonderful World Cup for Shakib Al Hasan. Seven consecutive fifties from him and it's a pity we won't see more of him in the knockouts. Shaheen comes around the wicket for new man Mosaddek Hossain and ends up conceding a wide followed by four leg-byes. Mosaddek gets off the mark with a couple at deep backward point. Another good over from Shaheen.

21:36 (IST)

OUT! Shaheen strikes with his first ball once again. Cross-seamed delivery outside off and Shakib ends up edging the ball behind to Sarfaraz. This has been one heck of a tournament of a World Cup from Shakib! Pity he won't be able to guide his team to victory in the end. Shakib c Sarfaraz b Shaheen Afridi 64(77)

21:33 (IST)

After 32 overs, Bangladesh 154/4 ( Shakib Al Hasan 64, Mahmudullah 8)

Mohammad Amir comes back into the attack. Shakib tries to play the second ball through covers but the ball finds the edge and runs towards third man where Shaheen is slow to react. Shakib comes back for a second. Mahumudullah plays the last ball on to his jewels and goes down in pain. That's definitely going to hurt in the morning.

21:28 (IST)

After 31 overs, Bangladesh 151/4 ( Shakib Al Hasan 61, Mahmudullah 8)

Shaheen continues around the wicket for Mahumudullah. The second ball is flicked away for a single at deep square leg. Shaheen comes back over the wicket for Shakib who plays the ball fine at third man for a couple of runs. Seven runs in total off the over.

21:24 (IST)

After 30 overs, Bangladesh 144/4 ( Shakib Al Hasan 57, Mahmudullah 6)

Shadab Khan resumes. Sarfaraz has a slip in place for the new man Mahmudullah to put him under pressure. Mahumudullah responds by smoking the ball over mid-wicket for a boundary. That's one way to release the pressure. Five runs off the over.

21:23 (IST)

FOUR! Mahumudullah takes a big stride forwards and clobbers the ball over mid-wicket for a boundary.

21:21 (IST)

Soft dismissal. The cross seamer does the trick for Shaheen. Liton has to go back, just when his partnership alongside Shakib was looking to gather pace. Still, this Bangladesh team bats deep and someone has to stay with Shakib. The experienced Mahmudullah can play that role. So, a lot will depend on this partnership.

Sandipan Banerjee, freelance cricket writer at Lords
21:21 (IST)
21:20 (IST)

After 29 overs, Bangladesh 139/4 ( Shakib Al Hasan 57, Mahmudullah 1)

Shaheen Afridi is brought back into the attack and strikes straightaway to get rid of Liton Das. A slow fuller delivery and Liton has to depart after giving an easy catch to Haris Sohail. Mahmudullah walks in at No 6. Brilliant over from the youngster! 

21:16 (IST)

OUT! Shaheen comes around the wicket and fools Liton with a slower delivery. He's well into his shot and tries to check it but the ball flies straight to Haris at extra cover. Liton Das c Haris Sohail b Shaheen Shah Afridi 32

21:14 (IST)

After 28 overs, Bangladesh 136/3 ( Shakib Al Hasan 56, Liton Das 32)

Shadab into his fourth over. Shakib gets a boundary at fine leg and Liton gets one at deep mid-wicket. A good over for Bangladesh. 11 runs off it.

21:13 (IST)

FOUR! Liton Das takes a long stride, picks his spot and whacks the ball over deep mid-wicket for a boundary.

21:12 (IST)

FOUR! Shadab tries to bowls a googly on the leg stump but Shakib tickles it fine for another boundary.

21:11 (IST)

After 27 overs, Bangladesh 125/3 ( Shakib Al Hasan 51, Liton Das 26)

Imad continues and gives away just the three singles off his over.

21:09 (IST)

Most 50-plus scores in an edition of ODI WC

7 - Sachin Tendulkar, 2002/03

7 - Shakib Al Hasan, 2019*

Umang Pabari, Cricket statistician
21:09 (IST)
21:09 (IST)

After 26 overs, Bangladesh 122/3 ( Shakib Al Hasan 50, Liton Das 24)

Shadab continues. Shakib gets a four at covers and brings up yet another half-century at the World Cup. Player of the Tournament for me.

21:08 (IST)

FIFTY for Shakib Al Hasan! His golden run at the World Cup continues. A composed innings from him once again and he'll be eyeing to end his tournament on a high. 

21:06 (IST)

FOUR! Shadab bowls a flighted delivery outside off and Shakib smacks it through covers for a boundary!

Pakistan vs Bangladesh LIVE SCORE, ICC Cricket World Cup 2019 Match Updates: Shaheen Shah Afridi has his sixth wicket and it's the best of the lot! A yorker to end the proceedings and Pakistan finish their World Cup with a 94-run win. Shaheen finishes with figures of 6/35, the best for a Pakistani bowler in the World Cup.

Preview: Their semi-final chances reduced to just a mathematical possibility, former champions Pakistan will need an improbable win over Bangladesh to have a shot at making the semi-finals of the World Cup when the two sides clash here on Friday.

Pakistan's resurgence in the World Cup looked eerily close to the 1992 Cup-winning edition before India's loss to England dented their hopes of a semifinal spot and when New Zealand went down to the hosts last night, it was almost over for them.

The road to the knockout stage for Sarfaraz Ahmed and his men is just an improbable mathematical calculation and that too provided Pakistan win the toss and bat first.

If Pakistan lose the toss and are asked to field, their miniscule semi-final hopes will be over even before the first ball is bowled at the Lord's.

New Zealand finished their engagements at 11 points from nine matches after their 119-run loss to England but despite the massive defeat, the Kiwis are way ahead in terms of their net run-rate, which is +0.175, compared to Pakistan's -0.792.

Currently placed fifth with nine points from eight matches, Pakistan face the challenge of beating Bangladesh by 311 runs after posting 350 or by 316 runs after scoring 400, something which is practically impossible.

Following their loss to arch-rivals India, Pakistan staged a remarkable comeback with wins over South Africa, New Zealand and Afghanistan, riding on some impressive performances by Babar Azam and Harris Sohail in the batting department.

Left-arm pacer Shaheen Afridi's five-wicket haul against New Zealand was also a big positive as it added firepower to their bowling led by Mohammad Amir.

Bangladesh, on the other hand, will rue their missed chances and would hope to bring some cheer to their fans back home with a solid performance against Pakistan, a team they had defeated in the 1999 edition.

Currently placed seventh, Bangladesh have been impressive in their wins against South Africa, Afghanistan and West Indies.

They have shown the stomach for a fight even in losses and Mashrafe Mortaza and his men will hope for a good outing against Pakistan on Friday.

Bangladesh have been too dependent on star all-rounder Shakib Al Hasan, who has become the only cricketer to score 500 runs and claim 10 wickets in World Cup history.

Led by Shakib, Bangladesh have consistently crossed the 300-mark this World Cup but it is their bowling which has let them down, especially the lack of form of skipper Mortaza.

Mustafizur Rahman's variations, which fetched him five wickets, and Mohammad Saifuddin's fifty helped them give India a scare in their last match and Bangladesh will hope for a stronger show against Pakistan.

Full Team Squads

Pakistan Team Players: Imam-ul-HaqFakhar ZamanBabar AzamMohammad HafeezShoaib MalikSarfaraz Ahmed(w/c), Imad WasimShadab KhanHasan AliMohammad AmirWahab RiazHaris SohailAsif AliShaheen AfridiMohammad Hasnain.

Bangladesh Team Players: Tamim IqbalLiton DasShakib Al HasanSoumya SarkarMushfiqur Rahim(w), MahmudullahSabbir RahmanMohammad SaifuddinMashrafe Mortaza(c), Mehidy HasanRubel HossainMustafizur RahmanMohammad MithunAbu JayedMosaddek Hossain.

With inputs from Agencies

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Updated Date: Jul 05, 2019