Bangladesh won by 6 wickets against Netherlands

Bangladesh won by 6 wickets against Netherlands | Bangladesh won by 6 wickets

Bangladesh won by 6 wickets against Netherlands: In ICC cricket world cup 2011 32nd match Bangladesh won by 6 wickets against Netherlands. first Netherlands played and make a 160 runs give 161 runs target to Bangladesh. then Bangladesh players played well and chess this target with easily. Bangladesh in good performance.Bangladesh won by 6 wickets this is a huge victory for Bangladesh.

Bangladesh have currently 4 points and after this match victory they have chance to enter next round or their position will be clear for next round but on the other hand Netherlands have 0 points after loose all his matches .Bangladesh have good performance specially their tail enders have great last game and won the match against England .

Bangladesh boosted their chances of improving their negative net run rate as their trio of left-arm spinners skittled Netherlands for just 160 in a World Cup match on Monday.With the exception of Ryan ten Doeschate (53 not out), Dutch batsmen struggled to score against Bangladesh’s miserly spin attack on the slow track at the Zahur Ahmed Chowdhury Stadium.

Bangladesh won by 6 wickets against Netherlands | Bangladesh won by 6 wickets

Bangladesh won from Netherlands

Captain Shakib Al Hasan, Suhrawadi Shuvo and Abdur Razzak’s left-arm deliveries flummoxed Peter Borren’s men, who struggled to find the gaps in the field to build up any form of momentum in their innings.The spinners shared five wickets between them with Razzak proving to be the most destructive as he finished with 3-29.

The Dutch also pressed the self-destruct button as Eric Szwarczynski (28), Tom Cooper (29), Borren (3) and last man Adeel Raja (0) ran themselves out chasing tight runs.

Ten Doeschate, who scored a brilliant century against England in their opening World Cup match, again produced some fluent strokes to delight the smattering of Dutch supporters in the crowd but eventually ran out of partners.

He was dropped on 14 by Imrul Kayes at midwicket and made the most of his let off by slashing Razzak to the boundary to complete his half-century off 65 balls.

While victory over the winless Dutch will help Bangladesh to get one step closer to a quarter-final spot, the co-hosts will want to knock off the runs as quickly as possible since it may come down to net run rate to decide who goes through from Group B to the last eight if teams are tied on points.

First innings scoreboard in the World Cup Group B match between Bangladesh and the Netherlands at the Zahur Ahmed Chowdhury stadium on Monday:
The Netherlands:
E. Szwaraczynski run out 28
W. Barresi lbw b Shakib 10
Mudassar Bukhari c Rahim b Razzak 6
T. Cooper run out 29
R. ten Doeschate not out 53
A. Kervezee st Rahim b Shuvo 18
T. de Grooth lbw b Razzak 4
A. Buurman c Kayes b Razzak 0
P. Borren run out 3
P. Seelaar lbw b Rubel 0
Adeel Raja run out 0
Extras: (lb9) 9
Total (all out, 46.2 overs) 160
Fall of wickets: 1-28 (Barresi), 2-37 (Bukhari), 3-66 (Szwaraczynski), 4-79 (Cooper), 5-113 (Kervezee), 6-127 (de Grooth), 7-127 (Buurman), 8-139 (Borren), 9-141 (Seelaar), 10-160 (Raja).

Bowling: Shafiul 9.2-3-15-0, Razzak 10-2-29-3, Shakib 8-0-38-1, Rubel 9-0-36-1, Shuvo 10-1-33-1.

Bangladesh: Shakib Al Hasan (capt), Tamim Iqbal, Imrul Kayes, Junaid Siddique, Shahriar Nafees, Mushfiqur Rahim, Mohammad Mahmudullah, Abdur Razzak, Rubel Hossain, Shafiul Islam, Suhrawadi Shuvo.

Toss: Netherlands
Umpires: Aleem Dar (PAK) and and Rod Tucker (AUS)
TV umpire: Daryl Harper (AUS)
Match referee: Jeff Crowe (NZL)

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