01
Apr
07

Australia trounce over Bangladesh

A superb knock by Adam Gilchrist and Mathew Hayden helped Australia to an easy win over minnows Bangladesh in a match that started late due to overnight rainfalls. Bangladesh could only post a total of 104 for 6  in the 22-over-a-side affair.

The one blip for Australia, though, was a calf strain to Shane Watson, who hobbled out of the attack after 1.4 overs. Ironically, Bangladesh suffered a similar incident when they bowled, with Tapash Baisya pulling up in his bowling stride after 2.5 overs. Not only were Bangladeshi egos bruised, but one of their veteran cricketers was sent packing as well. All in all, a day to forget for Bashar’s men, who were over the moon at having knocked India out of the World Cup not long ago.

Australia 106 for 0 (Gilchrist 59*, Hayden 47*) beat Bangladesh 104 for 6 (Mortaza 25*, Saqibul 25, Bashar 24, McGrath 3-16) by 10 wickets

In today’s match, host West Indies wil be taking on Sri Lanka at Providence Stadium, Guyana

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