Stuart Broad cracked an enormous six over midwicket to keep England hoping, England v Bangladesh, 2nd ODI, Bristol, July 10, 2010 © Getty Images

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    Agony and ecstasy: Jonathan Trott was left standing disconsolately at the crease after falling to Shafiul Islam © Getty Images

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    In a dramatic finale, Ian Bell came out to bat at No. 11 with his foot in a cast after he broke a bone fielding during Bangladesh's innings © Getty Images

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    Shafiul Islam took the final wicket to inspire scenes of wild celebration for Bangladesh © Getty Images

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    Jonathan Trott anchored England's chase with a patient half-century as wickets fell around him © Getty Images

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    A pumped-up Rubel Hossain removed Craig Kieswetter and Andrew Strauss © Getty Images

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    Andrew Strauss dominated the opening stand before falling to Rubel Hossain © Getty Images

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    Bangladesh celebrate after Eoin Morgan fell lbw to Abdur Razzak for 1 © Getty Images

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    Andrew Strauss got England off to a flying start fell for 33 © Getty Images

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    Rubel Hossain enjoyed a good return to the side, removing both England's openers © Getty Images

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    Ian Bell trudged off the field after injuring his left foot attempting to take a catch at midwicket © Getty Images

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    Imrul Kayes had a couple of close calls but otherwise anchored the Bangladesh innings © Getty Images

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    Jahurul Islam shared an important stand with Imrul Kayes on his way to 40 © Getty Images

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    Ajmal Shahzad had a good start on his comeback to the side, snaring the crucial wicket of Tamim Iqbal © Getty Images

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    Ajmal Shahzad struck early to remove Tamim Iqbal © Getty Images