Bangladesh lost the series at home after 6 years: England beat by 132 runs in the second ODI; 2-0 lead in 3-match series
England beat Bangladesh by 132 runs in the second ODI in Dhaka. The British have taken a 2-0 lead in the three-match ODI series. With this, England has captured the series after 6 years by defeating Bangladesh at home. India, Sri Lanka, West Indies, and Zimbabwe have also not been able to beat Bangladesh in the home series. Earlier, Bangladesh was defeated by England in 2016-17 under the captaincy of Jos Buttler. After that Bangladesh did not get defeated in the home ODI series at home.
Opener Jason Roy scored a century and the captain played a half-century innings.
Bangladesh won the toss and decided to field first. Batting first, England posted a mammoth score of 326 for the loss of 7 wickets thanks to Jason Roy’s century and skipper Jos Buttler’s half-century. Jason Roy played an inning of 132 runs in 124 balls. He also hit 18 fours and 1 six in his century innings. This is Roy’s 12th century in ODIs. He completed his century in 104 balls. Roy shared a quick-fire 109-run partnership for the fourth wicket with team captain Butler. Butler scored 76 off 64 balls. He also hit 5 fours and 2 sixes in his innings. Apart from Roy and Butler, Moin Ali played a quick inning of 42 and Sam Karan unbeaten 33 to take the team to 326 for 7 wickets. Fast bowler Taskin Ahmed proved to be the most successful for Bangladesh. He only got 3 wickets.
Shabik Al Hasan scored the most runs for Bangladesh
Chasing the target of 327 runs, Bangladesh’s 3 wickets fell for 9 runs only. After that opener, Tamim Iqbal and Shakib Al Hasan tried to handle Bangladesh’s innings. Iqbal scored 35 off 65 balls and Shakib Al Hasan scored 58 off 69 balls.
Sam Karan and Adil Rashid took 4-4 wickets
Sam Karan and Adil Rashid took four wickets each for England. Sam Karan took 4 for 29 in 6.4 overs and Adil Rashid took 4 for 45 in 10 overs. Apart from this, Moin Ali took 1 wicket for 27 runs in 9 overs.