Jofra Archer bowled dismissal goes for six

Jofra archer bowled dismissal goes for six

Jofra archer bowled dismissal goes for six()pic source : twitter

England have won their second match against England. They have played three matches in the ICC cricket world cup 209 and won two matches against South Africa and Bangladesh and lost one match against Pakistan.  England will face West Indies in their next game of world cup 2019 on June 14.

Today, England have played against Bangladesh and won the match by 106 runs. In this match, Bangladesh won the toss and invited England to bat first. England set the target of 387 runs for Bangladesh with the help of Jason Ray century.

Bangladesh could not get a good start they lost early wickets. But Shakib al Hasan and Mushfiqur Rahim added 50 plus runs for the 3rd wicket. Shakin al Hasan scored a brilliant century. But he could not cross the line for Bangladesh and England won the match by 106 runs. Bangladesh will face Sri Lanka in their next game of world cup 2019.

In the bowling for England, Jofra Archer took three wickets. In the fourth over Jofra Archer took the wicket of Soumya Sarker but the ball went for six. Jofra archer bowled Soumya Sarker but the ball went for six after hitting the stump.

After the match, Eoin Morgan said in the post-match presentation,

“I think more positives from this game. We took a lot of positives from the last game against Pakistan too. We were outstanding with the bat today. The openers laid the foundation as Roy was intimidating up front. Chris Woakes, Liam Plunkett all contributed. I think majority of the teams will open with spin against us. Whether it’s spin, swing, whatever we are prepared. With Archer, Wood, Woakes, Stokes in the bowling, it’s wonderful. It’s an area to work on. It was an improved performance in the field today. Buttler was rested as a precautionary measure as he got some problem with the hip.”

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