Shakib scored his second century in a row as Bangladesh pulled off the second highest successful run chase in the tournament's history to beat twice champions West Indies by seven wickets. "At the end of the first innings, we thought it would be tough but everyone was comfortable and chilling," Shakib, who scored 121 against England in his last innings, told reporters. Once we started batting, everyone felt comfortable and relaxed in the dressing room which helped us a lot. "It is one of the best wins because of the way we paced the innings. The victory kept fifth-placed Bangladesh firmly in the hunt for a semi-final berth ahead of their next match against table-toppers Australia at Trent Bridge on Thursday.
Source: bd News24 June 18, 2019 05:15 UTC