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Ian Bell stroked his way to an unbeaten 84 to take England past the finishing line, England v Bangldesh, 1st ODI, Trent Bridge, July 8, 2010 © PA Photos

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    After nervy start Ian Bell anchored England's chase with ease © Getty Images

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    Mushfiqur Rahim had to be stretchered from the field after being struck in the face by the ball © Getty Images

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    Mushfiqur Rahim was struck in the face by a delivery from Faisal Hossain that bounced and turned past Paul Collingwood's bat © Getty Images

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    Paul Collingwood steadied England after the loss of the openers © PA Photos

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    Andrew Strauss struck seven boundaries as he got England's innings off to a flyer © Getty Images

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    Andrew Strauss reached his fifty off 37 balls © PA Photos

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    Craig Kieswetter flicks strongly over the leg side © Getty Images

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    Andrew Strauss was in confident form during his rapid 50 © PA Photos

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    Abdur Razzak was bowled off the last ball as Bangladesh reached 250 for 9 © Getty Images

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    Mushfiqur Rahim gave the Bangladesh innings some late impetus with a couple of lusty blows © Getty Images

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    Shakib Al Hasan struck two boundaries but otherwise struggled for fluency © Getty Images

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    Michael Yardy broke through when he trapped Junaid Siddique lbw © PA Photos

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    Raqibul Hasan glides the ball away during his composed innings © PA Photos

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    Raqibul Hasan enjoyed an impressive return, steadying the Bangladesh innings after the openers fell © Getty Images

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    Junaid Siddique fought his way to an impressive 51 © Getty Images

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    Junaid Siddique was given a working over by the short ball © Getty Images

  • Jul 8, 2010

    The Trent Bridge ODI was the first cricket game in the UK to be shown in 3D © Getty Images

  • Jul 8, 2010

    Stuart Broad brought an end to Tamim Iqbal's aggressive knock in his second over © Getty Images