Player of the Match
Player of the Match

45 | 2 Runs 1 Wkt | BDESH: 203/10 (145 runs required from 30 balls, RR: 4.51, RRR: 29.00)

  • Rubel Hossain1 (7b)
  • Ravi Bopara10-1-38-4
  • Michael Yardy4-0-27-1

England's biggest victory margin in terms of runs since the game between these two teams at Trent Bridge in 2005, when Strauss got his previous high-score and Collingwood took a six-for. A convincing win, to say the least. It appeared we had a game on when Kieswetter was castled in the very first over, but once Strauss and Trott came together England regained control and they never really let go, despite the loss of wickets at the end of the innings. The fight went out of Bangladesh as soon as Tamim departed, and the game was over as a competition from about the 20th over of Bangladesh's innings. Read all about it in Andrew Miller's match bulletin.

"We bowled very poorly," says Mashrafe. "It's difficult to say why. We didn't put the ball in the right areas this morning. We have to play well against Ireland and Scotland and win those matches so we can get some confidence back. We won a game in England so we should win those games."

Andrew Strauss is Man of the Match and Man of the Series for the runs he's scored and the way in which he's scored them. "A good way to bounce back after Bristol," he says. "We were disappointed with our performance there and wanted to put it right today... I've been hitting the ball really well throughout the one-dayers, got a few fifties but haven't gone on to any big scores until today. It goes to show, even at this aging stage of my career you can still expand your game... A few guys have come in and put their names in the hat in this series. You need more than 11 players to win a lot of series and certainly to win the World Cup."

That's all from your commentary team - Liam Brickhill and Sahil Dutta - for today. Thanks for joining us, and please come back for Cricinfo's coverage of the first Test between Australia and Pakistan at Lord's, which starts tomorrow. Until then, it's goodbye!

Bopara to Shafiul Islam, OUT, Bopara ends the game! Shafiul almost swings himself off his feet as Bopara sends one down full and straight. His head is in the air, his eyes, presumably, closed, and he doesn't get close to it. The stumps are disturbed and that's that.

Shafiul Islam b Bopara 16 (10m 12b 1x4 1x6) SR: 133.33

Bopara to Shafiul Islam, no run, another bouncer, another huge swing, another miss
Bopara to Rubel Hossain, 1 leg bye, slower ball, on the legs. Rubel tries the pick up to fine leg but can't get the connection

Bangladesh 2nd innings Partnerships

1st20Tamim IqbalImrul Kayes
2nd4Junaid SiddiqueImrul Kayes
3rd40Jahurul IslamJunaid Siddique
4th13Jahurul IslamShakib Al Hasan
5th9Mohammad AshrafulShakib Al Hasan
6th16Mohammad AshrafulMahmudullah
7th22Mashrafe MortazaMahmudullah
8th56Abdur RazzakMahmudullah
9th10Abdur RazzakShafiul Islam
10th13Shafiul IslamRubel Hossain