Player of the Match
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    42.4 Gone! Tamim moves around again, stepping across to the off side this time and trying to paddle the ball down to fine leg. He telegraphed the movement though, and Broad speared the ball in to shatter the stumps 214/9
    9.2 gone this time, Bresnan strikes with a clever slower ball. Full and Kayes turned his wrists on it too early, found a leading edge that looped gently to Wright at mid on. Breaks an excellent opening stand 63/1
    10.3 lucky break for England, Broad finally pitches it up, and Siddique clips a leg-stump half-volley straight to square leg. He was slightly deceived by the slower ball, but it was a soft dismissal that England really needed. Kieswetter was the catcher, his first contribution to international cricket 71/2
    12.1 another one for England! Brilliant stuff from Pietersen, Ahmed guiding a fullish ball to mid on, where Pietersen was close in, he swoops and under-arms a flick in a flash on to the stumps 82/3
    19.3 Gone! Shakib goes, Swann strikes in his second over! Shakib skips down the wicket and is done in by some drift and really sharp turn there. Prior makes no mistake with the stumping and the Bangladesh captain goes. 112/4
    29.3 Run out! Mushfiqur what were you thinking? He taps it into the covers and runs straight away without looking at his partner, who started to run but stopped again almost immediately. Both batsmen end up at the non-striker's end. Silly, silly running there, and Bangladesh really didn't need that. This partnership was starting to look good. 146/5
    29.4 Gone first ball! Straight, flighted and the ball grips and turns, stopping on the batsman as he tried to work it to leg. It takes the leading edge and loops to a short, straight-ish midwicket for the easiest of catches. 146/6
    40.1 and with the bowling change comes a wicket! A full ball from Wright on off stump, Naeem makes a bit of room and drives into the covers, but picks out Eoin Morgan, who makes no mistake this time. 209/7
    41.3 Gone! Mortaza on the sweep first ball from Swann. That looked dead straight away, full and right on the stumps, he misses with the attempted sweep and the ball thuds into his front pad 214/8
    45.4 and that's a very tame end to the innings. Razzaq makes room to try and hit the ball over the off side, but doesn't time it at all as the ball hits the bottom of the bat and loops very gently to Cook at mid off 228/10
    not out
    10 (lb 4, nb 1, w 5)
    228 all out (45.4 Overs, RR: 4.99)
    Fall of wickets: 1-63 (Imrul Kayes, 9.2 ov), 2-71 (Junaid Siddique, 10.3 ov), 3-82 (Aftab Ahmed, 12.1 ov), 4-112 (Shakib Al Hasan, 19.3 ov), 5-146 (Mushfiqur Rahim, 29.3 ov), 6-146 (Mahmudullah, 29.4 ov), 7-209 (Naeem Islam, 40.1 ov), 8-214 (Mashrafe Mortaza, 41.3 ov), 9-214 (Tamim Iqbal, 42.4 ov), 10-228 (Abdur Razzak, 45.4 ov)
    RJ Sidebottom7.404616.00235120
    TT Bresnan904815.33327021
    SCJ Broad924625.11305110
    GP Swann1003233.20310000
    PD Collingwood713905.57152100
    KP Pietersen20904.5061000
    LJ Wright10414.0051000

Match Details


England , elected to field first

Player Of The Match

Series result

England led the 3-match series 1-0

Match number


Hours of play (local time)

14.00 start, First Session 14.00-17.30, Interval 17.30-18.15, Second Session 18.15-21.45

Match days

28 February 2010 - day/night match (50-over match)

TV Umpires

Reserve Umpire

Match Referee

Match Notes

  • Tamim rues another missed chance

    Tamim Iqbal rated his blistering 125 from 120 balls in the first ODI against England at Mirpur as "one of his best" performances

  • Tamim shows both teams the way

    The Bangladesh opener produced a wonderful 125 but couldn't find support from his team-mates, while England continue their quest to find a similarly destructive opener

  • Collingwood leads England to opening victory

    Tamim Iqbal's glittering 125 was not enough for Bangladesh to break their duck against England as the visitors completed a professional six-wicket victory to open the one-day series at Mirpur

  • Proud Cook warns against complacency

    Alastair Cook has done all the right things in preparation for his first full series as England captain

  • Bangladesh can cause England problems

    Given England's less-than-stunning one-day international record it is an oddity that they are the only nation not to have come a cropper against Bangladesh in any international fixture

England 2nd innings Partnerships

1st73AN CookC Kieswetter
2nd1KP PietersenAN Cook
3rd22PD CollingwoodAN Cook
4th88PD CollingwoodEJG Morgan
5th45PD CollingwoodMJ Prior