David Warner’s century made ready for Australia to beat Bangladesh by 48 keeps running at Trent Bridge on Thursday as the supreme bosses went top of the World Cup table.
Warner made Bangladesh pay for dropping him on 10 with an innings of 166 — the left-gave opener’s second century of the World Cup — in a sum of 381-5.
Bangladesh, expecting to outperform Ireland’s World Cup record pursue of 329-7 against England in 2011, attempted to stay aware of the required run-rate.
Mushfiqur Rahim hit a fine 102 not out but rather the wicket-manager’s engaging fifth-wicket remain of 127 with Mahmudullah (69) came past the point where it is possible to change the course of the match as Bangladesh completed on 333-8 after their 50 overs.
Annihilation left them in fifth spot, with just the main four from the 10-group round-robin gathering stage fitting the bill for the semi-finals.
“It’s an extraordinary accomplishment yet for us it’s tied in with getting these two points and proceeding onward to Lord’s,” said man-of-the-coordinate Warner.
“You must adjust and it’s about energy, so far things are functioning admirably,” he included. “It was a smidgen moderate, the wicket, however it was a pound for the bowlers, it was hard for the bowlers.”
The 32-year-old Warner, the most astounding run-scorer of the competition, with 447 runs, has returned to his overwhelming best for Australia in the wake of finishing a year boycott for his job in a ball-altering embarrassment in South Africa.
He got strong help from Australia commander Aaron Finch (53) and Usman Khawaja (89).
Soumya Sarkar took 3-58 from eight overs in any case, when the 6th bowler went ahead, Australia had profited by a lot of wayward conveyances from an assault missing paceman Mohammad Saifuddin, who was discounted with a back fit.
Finch, straight from his 153 of every a success over Sri Lanka, set the tone by propelling Bangladesh chief Mashrafe Mortaza — the sole survivor on either side from the Tigers’ stun 2005 ODI triumph over Australia in Cardiff — for six over spread.
Yet, the opener was out not long after subsequent to finishing his eighth fifty out of 11 ODI innings when he guided a rising Soumya conveyance to Rubel Hossain at short third man.
An inexorably familiar Warner in the long run tumbled to a similar blend subsequent to confronting 147 balls, hitting 14 fours and five sixes.
Khawaja fell in sight of a hundred when he base eged a draw off Soumya and Mushfiqur jumped forward to hold a decent catch.
Trent Bridge has twice observed England set a record innings score in a one-day universal, including the present sign of 481-6 against Australia a year ago.
Bangladesh did not help their own motivation when a disorganized mistake between Tamim Iqbal and Soumya saw the last run out by Finch’s immediate hit from mid-on.
Shakib Al Hasan, straight from his match-winning century against the West Indies, at that point succumbed to 41 when he chipped a Marcus Stoinis slower ball to Warner at mid-off.
Tamim played on to Mitchell Starc for 62 and the left-arm quick bowler’s first ball to Liton Das saw the new batsman struck on the protective cap by a bouncer yet he batted on subsequent to getting on-field treatment.
Das was in the end lbw to leg-spinner Adam Zampa yet the accomplished Mushfiqur kept on giving the massed positions of Bangladesh fans in the group bounty to cheer.
There were more thunders of endorsement when Mahmudullah propelled Zampa for a 95-meter straight six preceding he holed out.
What’s more, the group rose to their feet when Mushfiqur finished his seventh ODI century, off 95 balls including nine fours and a si