All-round Bangladesh sink Afghanistan

Afghanistan v Bangladesh, World Cup 2015, Group A, Canberra, February 18, 2015
It was a big moment for Afghanistan who were making their debut in the 50-over World Cup© Getty Images
© Getty ImagesIt was a big moment for Afghanistan who were making their debut in the 50-over World Cup
Bangladesh opted to bat, but Mirwais Ashraf kept the runs down and dismissed Tamim Iqbal for 19 off 42 balls© Getty Images
© Getty ImagesBangladesh opted to bat, but Mirwais Ashraf kept the runs down and dismissed Tamim Iqbal for 19 off 42 balls
Shapoor Zadran dented Bangladesh further when he had Soumya Sarkar trapped lbw and Mahmudullah caught behind© Getty Images
© Getty ImagesShapoor Zadran dented Bangladesh further when he had Soumya Sarkar trapped lbw and Mahmudullah caught behind
Shakib Al Hasan and Mushfiqur Rahim steadied the innings with a 114-run fifth-wicket stand© Getty Images
© Getty ImagesShakib Al Hasan and Mushfiqur Rahim steadied the innings with a 114-run fifth-wicket stand
Bangladesh's lower order didn't last long as their last five wickets could only add 34 runs. They were all out for 267© Getty Images
© Getty ImagesBangladesh's lower order didn't last long as their last five wickets could only add 34 runs. They were all out for 267
But Bangladesh's pacers floored Afghanistan, who were reduced them to 3 for 3 in the third over© Getty Images
© Getty ImagesBut Bangladesh's pacers floored Afghanistan, who were reduced them to 3 for 3 in the third over
Mashrafe Mortaza picked up three wickets and kept the Afghanistan middle order from settling into a rhythm© Getty Images
© Getty ImagesMashrafe Mortaza picked up three wickets and kept the Afghanistan middle order from settling into a rhythm
Afghanistan managed to make a slow recovery with a 62-run fourth-wicket stand which ended with Samiullah Shenwari's run out© Getty Images
© Getty ImagesAfghanistan managed to make a slow recovery with a 62-run fourth-wicket stand which ended with Samiullah Shenwari's run out
Rubel Hossain took a tumbling catch to dismiss Nawroz Mangal, and left Afghanistan at 65 for 4
Rubel Hossain took a tumbling catch to dismiss Nawroz Mangal, and left Afghanistan at 65 for 4
Bangladesh pressed that advantage further and beat Afghanistan by 105 runs, their biggest win in the World Cups© AFP
© AFPBangladesh pressed that advantage further and beat Afghanistan by 105 runs, their biggest win in the World Cups

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