42.1 oh no, that's an unfortunate end to a good innings. It's that trademark one-legged whip again, but this time he closes the face too early. Wasn't a particularly menacing ball from Starc, short and at leg stump. The top edge carried neatly to long leg 181/7
    5.2 well, this was coming. Length ball, pushes across the batsman in the corridor. No feet from him again, a lazy feel for the ball and he gets a healthy edge through to Wade, who has to tumble to his left slightly 22/1
    10.2 soft. But once again, it's the pace off the pitch that beats Kayes. This is back of a length and a but wide outside off stump, but too quick for him to get on the back foot. Looks to clobber it on the up, but offers a simple catch to cover point 37/2
    16.2 similar delivery, better result for Australia! Angled in towards middle and off, a scrambled seam, skids into the pads and up goes the finger. That was very plumb indeed 53/3
    29.5 Massive appeal, and up goes the finger! An instant review though from Shakib ... He was a long way forward, but it's given as umpire's call on impact, and the decision stays out! 122/4
    34.2 he strikes! Generously tossed up, full and wide. Sabbir has gotten out to better spin bowling than this. Gets to the pitch and drills the cover drive straight to Smith at extra cover 141/5
    36.6 doesn't matter if that was out last ball, he's gifted him a wicket next ball. This is pushed through quick, back of a length and keeps a tad low. Mahmudullah makes room and looks to slap this through the off side, is only successful in chopping it onto the leg stump 153/6
    44.3 aaaaaaaand done. Starc has 4 off 9 balls. This is slightly short of being overpitched, but it tails away from Mehedi a touch. He wants to thump it on the up through the off side, but that's too quick 182/10
    42.3 ta-dah! Full, fast, straight, and it's that sweet sound of the stumps being disturbed that Mortaza has probably grown up loving. But he's the batsman today 181/8
    42.4 thanks for coming. Rubel appears to be shuddering before Starc releases the ball. Exposes the stumps and is met, predictably, by a full straight ball. Ambitious opening of the face brings him no result 181/9
    not out
    9 (lb 6, w 3)
    182 all out (44.3 Overs, RR: 4.08)
    Fall of wickets: 1-22 (Soumya Sarkar, 5.2 ov), 2-37 (Imrul Kayes, 10.2 ov), 3-53 (Mushfiqur Rahim, 16.2 ov), 4-122 (Shakib Al Hasan, 29.5 ov), 5-141 (Sabbir Rahman, 34.2 ov), 6-153 (Mahmudullah, 36.6 ov), 7-181 (Tamim Iqbal, 42.1 ov), 8-181 (Mashrafe Mortaza, 42.3 ov), 9-181 (Rubel Hossain, 42.4 ov), 10-182 (Mehidy Hasan, 44.3 ov)
    MA Starc8.322943.41353010
    JR Hazlewood1004014.00271000
    PJ Cummins812212.75321020
    TM Head803314.12270200
    MC Henriques503016.00163100
    A Zampa411323.25151000
    GJ Maxwell10909.0020100

Match Notes

Dominating Australia

18 - 1

Head to Head record in matches between Australia & Bangladesh in ODIs. The only instance Bangladesh beat Australia was in Cardiff in 2005.

Terrific Tamim


Fifty plus scores for Tamim Iqbal in his last six innings. He has scores of 64, 23, 47,65,128 and 51*.

Nervous Ninety five


Score at which Tamim Iqbal has got out 3 times in ODIs. He has no other score in the nineties.

Tough ask for Bangladesh


Last instance when Australia failed to chase a target of 183 or less. This was against South Africa at MCG.

Wonderful Warner


Number of innings taken by David Warner to score 4000 ODI runs. Fastest for Australia and joint-third fastest with Virat Kohli.

ICC Champions Trophy (ICC KnockOut)

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