Bangladesh promulgated their address to touch the World Cup semi-finals as Shakib Al Hasan’s absolutely superb all-round parade inspired a 62-run win over Afghanistan 24 june, 2019. Shakib’s 51 placed the base for Bangladesh to score 262-7 and drawn up him the leading run-scorer in 2019 World Cup. The 32-years-old then sliced through the Afghan batting line-up with his career-best ODI figures of 5-29 from 10 over.
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Shakib al Hasan record- Shakib becomes the first all-rounder in World Cup Cricket history to earn the achievement of an incredible double of scoring 400-plus runs and pocket 10 wickets. He has also painted his name as only the second player in Cricket World Cup history to take five wickets and scoring a 50 runs in the same match after India’s Yuvraj Singh against Ireland in 2011. “I had to work really hard with the bat. I think the five wickets gave me greater pleasure, it was important,” Shakib said. “I did work hard before the start of the tournament. It’s the best prepared I’ve been and it’s paying off.” Bangladesh, winners versus South Africa and the West Indies earlier in the tournament, are gotten already fifth place in the 10-team group stage. They sit one point behind fourth-placed England, who faces Australia on Tuesday 25 june, 2019 in the race to seal a semi-final berth via a top-four closing.
Mashrafe Mortaza’s team will play India and Pakistan in their final two group matches. “Shakib has been fantastic throughout the tournament. We’ll try our level best against Pakistan and India. It’s still wide open,” Mashrafe said.
Afghanistan became the first team in this Cricket World Cup 2019 to be eliminated after an offending 11-run loss against India on Saturday 22 june, 2019 when Mohammed Shami’s final-over hat-trick disavowed them a famous upset. Gulbadin Naib’s team has lost all seven of their matches, leaving them with two games to avoid finishing the tournament without a single point. “Obviously we played two tough games and today we missed something. Our fielding gave away 30 to 40 extra runs,” Naib said. Rahmat Shah and Gulbadin put on 49 for the first wicket, giving Afghanistan a little hope of a surprise win.
But Shakib’s preface brought the breakthrough as the spinner fabricated his magic. Rahmat carelessly flicked a flatter delivery to Tamim Iqbal at mid-on and departed for 24. Hashmatullah Shahidi perished when he tried to accelerate, stumped by Mushfiqur Rahim off Mosaddek Hossain for 11. Bangladesh had victory in their sights after Shakib took two wickets in the space of four balls. Gulbadin was removed for 47 after driving low to Liton Das at short extra cover before Mohammad Nabi was bowled through the gate for a duck. Shakib became the first Bangladesh player to take five wickets in the World Cup when he had Najibullah Zadran stumped. Earlier, Shakib got the leading run scorer in 2019 Cricket World Cup so far as his side posted a solid score after being put into bat. Shakib’s 51 took him to 476 runs in the tournament, while Mushfiqur top-scored with 83 from 87 balls. Liton fell for 16 after being trapped into a miscued drive by spinner Mujeeb Ur Rahman, who finished with 3-39.
That brought Shakib to the crease and he upped the tempo with some aggressive hitting that maintained his fine form. When Shakib, who has two centuries already in the tournament, stretched Naib to the boundary, it raised him above Australia’s David Warner’s 447 runs.
Tamim and Shakib put on their fourth consecutive fifty partnerships in one-day internationals. Shakib went on to become only the second player to hit six serial 40-plus scores in a World Cup. Not long after that milestone, Shakib got his half-century in 66 balls…his fifth time of 50 or more runs in this tournament…to huge cheers from the Bangladesh fans that made up the majority of the crowd. Shakib was unable to get his solid start into another century, but he would play more than enough with the ball to get the victory.