Bangladesh vs England result: Highlights, scorecard, and Man of the Match

The Bangladesh vs England result went in the expected direction as the cricket world saw a dominating win from the Three Lions. Bangladesh failed to put up a fight against the English team as they suffered a monumental loss of 137 runs.

The England Cricket team had a clear mission in their match, not just to secure a win but also to boost their NRR following a tough loss to the Black Caps. The opening pair of Jonny Bairstow and Dawid Malan set the stage on fire, with both batsmen notching up quick fifties.

Shakib Al Hasan managed to break through the partnership, dismissing Bairstow, but Malan continued his onslaught and achieved his maiden ODI World Cup century. As long as he was batting, it seemed as if England would eclipse the highest World Cup score record set by South Africa just a couple of days before. 

Bangladesh vs England result
Photo by Icon sport

However, the Bangladeshi bowlers made a stunning comeback in the death overs, led by Mahedi Hasan and Shoriful Islam, who claimed 4 and 3 wickets respectively. This remarkable effort restricted England to a total of 364 for 9 wickets. 

The target set by England was indeed a daunting one for Bangladesh, and the pressure weighed heavily on their batting lineup. They suffered a double blow early on, losing both Tanzid Hasan and Najmul Hossain Shanto in the second over. The skipper, Shakib, and Mehidy Hasan Miraz also departed quickly, and from that point onward, it was all about limiting the damage.

There was a glimmer of hope with Litton Das, who stood tall as the sole batter capable of countering the English bowlers, amassing an impressive 76 runs off 66 deliveries. Mushfiqur Rahim also contributed with a half-century, providing some consolation.

Bangladesh vs New Zealand Match 11 ODI Dream11 prediction

However, it was predominantly a one-sided affair, with the Bangladeshi batsmen failing to genuinely challenge the English bowling attack. After a grueling innings, they eventually folded for a total of 227 runs, handing England a convincing victory margin of 137 runs.

Bangladesh vs England result: England won by 137 runs

The defending champions were hungry for their first win of the Cricket World Cup 2023, and it was evident from the result. The Three Lions secured a commanding 137-run victory against Bangladesh in their second match of the tournament.

Match highlights

England’s innings: England enjoyed a fantastic start to their innings, with both openers notching up brisk half-centuries. Malan, in particular, was in sublime form, amassing a remarkable 140 runs from just 107 deliveries, providing the foundation for England to potentially cross the 400-run mark within 50 overs. However, Bangladesh staged a remarkable comeback, dismantling England's middle and lower order and ultimately restricting them to a total of 364 runs for the loss of 9 wickets.

Bangladesh’s innings: Once Bangladesh lost their top-order batsmen, it became apparent that they lacked the intent to mount a significant challenge. Tanzid, Shanto, Shakib, and Miraz, collectively contributed a mere 10 runs to the team's total. Apart from Litton and Mushfiqur, who played pivotal innings with scores of 76 and 51, respectively, the remaining batters grappled to find their groove against the English bowlers. In the end, their dismal batting performance culminated in a total of 227 runs.

Man of the Match | Bangladesh vs England result

Dawid Malan, who achieved his maiden hundred in the World Cup, claimed the Man of the Match award in the Bangladesh vs England clash. His performance was nothing short of spectacular, with a brilliant knock of 140 runs from just 107 balls, decorated with 16 boundaries and 5 towering sixes. Malan confidently tackled whatever the Bangladeshi bowlers sent his way and played a pivotal role in England securing the victory they had been aiming for.

Bangladesh vs England final scorecard

The final scorecard of the Bangladesh vs England result

England innings: 364-9 after 50 overs

Jonny Bairstowb Shakib Al Hasan52598088.13
Dawid Malanb Mahedi Hasan140107165130.84
Joe Rootc †Mushfiqur Rahim b Shoriful Islam826881120.58
Jos Buttler (c)†b Shoriful Islam201011200
Harry Brookc Litton Das b Mahedi Hasan201530133.33
Liam Livingstoneb Shoriful Islam01000
Sam Curranc Najmul Hossain Shanto b Mahedi Hasan11151073.33
Chris Woakesc Mahedi Hasan b Taskin Ahmed141120127.27
Adil Rashidc Najmul Hossain Shanto b Mahedi Hasan11710157.14
Mark Woodnot out6510120
Reece Topleynot out120050
Extras(b 1, lb 2, w 4)7


Mustafizur Rahman107007
Taskin Ahmed63816.33
Shoriful Islam107537.5
Mahedi Hasan87148.87
Shakib Al Hasan105215.2
Mehidy Hasan Miraz65509.16

Bangladesh innings: 227 from 48.2 overs

Litton Dasc †Buttler b Woakes766672115.15
Tanzid Hasanc Bairstow b Topley120050
Najmul Hossain Shantoc Livingstone b Topley01000
Shakib Al Hasan (c)b Topley190011.11
Mehidy Hasan Mirazc †Buttler b Woakes8710114.28
Mushfiqur Rahim †c Rashid b Topley51644079.68
Towhid Hridoyc †Buttler b Livingstone39612063.93
Mahedi Hasanb Rashid14321043.75
Taskin Ahmedb Curran15250160
Shoriful Islamb Wood12142085.71
Mustafizur Rahmannot out390033.33
Extras(lb 4, w 3)7


Chris Woakes804926.12
Reece Topley1014344.3
Sam Curran7.204716.4
Mark Wood1002912.9
Adil Rashid1004214.2
Liam Livingstone301314.33
Bren GrayBren Gray

Bren is our resident Kiwi, and has been playing or watching sports down under in New Zealand for the better part of three decades. With 12+ years' experience as a professional writer, Bren loves to dive deep into all things cricket to bring the best betting analysis, predictions and news here at