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England vs Bangladesh 1st Match ICC CT 2017 Highlights

Cricket Highlights - England vs Bangladesh 1st Match ICC CT 2017


Watch the highlights of England vs Bangladesh 1st Match ICC CT 2017 - ICC Champions Trophy tournament of the 1st ODI match played between Bangladesh and England at The Oval in 01st June 2017.

England vs Bangladesh 1st Match ICC CT 2017 Highlights

Joe Root's record-breaking 133*, Alex Hales's blazing 95 and Eoin Morgan's unbeaten half-century steers to England record eight-wicket victory over Bangladesh, despite a Tamim Iqbal's record-breaking 128 in a high-scoring historic game of the opening match of a Champions Trophy.

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* England chased 306 was the highest successful run-chase in Champions Trophy, surpassing the previous highest chase of 294 by Sri Lanka against England at The Oval in 2013, It is their joint second highest chase in One-day international and It is their highest chase against Bangladesh in ODIs.

* England's 308 was their fourth highest score against Bangladesh in One-day internationals and it is their second highest total in Champions Trophy (KnockOut)

* Bangladesh's 305 was their ninth highest score in One-day internationals, it is their highest total against England and also their best-score in Champions Trophy (KnockOut).

* Joe Root's 133* was his highest score for England in One-day international, It is the third highest-score by an England batsman against Bangladesh in ODIs and the highest-score by an England batsman in Champions Trophy (KnockOut), surpassing the previous record of 119 held by Marcus Trescothick against Zimbabwe at Colombo (RPS) in 2002.

* Tamim Iqbal's 128 was the joint fifth highest score for Bangladesh in One-day international, jointly with Mahmudullah, It is the highest-score by an Bangladesh batsman against England in ODIs, surpassing the his own record of 125 at Dhaka in 2010 and also the highest-score by an Bangladesh batsman in Champions Trophy (KnockOut), surpassing the previous record of unbeaten 123 held by Shahriar Nafees against Zimbabwe at Jaipur in 2006.

* Tamim Iqbal became the second Bangladesh batsman to score a hundred in Champions Trophy (KnockOut) after Shahriar Nafees.

* Joe Root became the third England batsman to score a hundred in Champions Trophy (KnockOut) after Marcus Trescothick and Andrew Flintoff.

* 166 : Mushfiqur Rahim and Tamim Iqbal set up the record third-wicket partnership for Bangladesh against England in One-day international, previously held by the 125-run stand between Javed Omar and Mohammad Ashraful at Nottingham in 2005, Bangladesh's fifth highest any-wicket stand in ODIs and the eighth highest any-wicket partnership in Champions Trophy (KnockOut).

* 159 : Alex Hales and Joe Root set up the third highest second-wicket partnership for England against Bangladesh in One-day international, England's joint ninth highest second-wicket stand in ODIs and England's third highest any-wicket partnership in Champions Trophy (KnockOut).

Bangladesh scored 305-6 in 50 overs with top scorer by Tamim Iqbal struck 128 off 142-balls - which was his 9th ODI hundred, his second century against England in ODIs and his first ODI hundred in Champions Trophy (KnockOut) - including 12-fours and 3-sixes.

Mushfiqur Rahim cracked a 79 off 72-balls including 8-fours, Soumya Sarkar struck 28 off 34-balls included 4-fours & a six, Sabbir Rahman 24 and Imrul Kayes 19.

England best bowler by Liam Plunkett claimed four-wicket haul for 59-runs from 10-overs, Ben Stokes and Jake Ball each took one wickets.

England chased 308-2 in 47.2 overs with top scorer by Joe Root 133 not out - which was his 10th ODI hundred, his first century against Bangladesh in ODIs and also his first ODI hundred in Champions Trophy (KnockOut).

Alex Hales hammered a 95 off 86-balls - who fell five-run short of his century - including 11-fours & 2-sixes with strike rate of 110.46 and Eoin Morgan blasted a unbeaten 75 off 61-balls including 8-fours & two-sixes with strike-rate of 122.95.

Bangladesh best bowler by Sabbir Rahman and Mashrafe Mortaza each took one wickets.

Joe Root named player of the match for his career-best match-winning unbeaten 133-runs off facing 129-balls including eleven fours and a six.