Historic Win for Bangaladesh against England

India
July 11, 2010 12:29pm CST
Bangladesh got a histotic win over England in the 2nd One Day International match on Sunday, beating by only 5 runs in the very last over in a high tensed condition. This is Bangladesh's first ever win in 25 matches between them after getting the ODI norm in cricket.
3 responses
@suyesh (1)
13 Jul 10
Bangladesh has been showing a lot of signs for improvement since the start of the series and now they have delivered and delivered in a big way. Remember, England has always proved a lucky place for Bangladesh as they had demolished Australia here four years ago in that famous Sophia Gardens contest. But this time they did it against the host country. Best of luck Bangladesh.
• India
13 Jul 10
Yes, that have lots of talented players in the team as well as very younger team also. Now they need to show some patience and improvements in middle order also. All the teams started from zero and reach to this level. Now they have show some professionalism and maturity to place their country at a level so that others have to respect them also.
@rajeshout (208)
• India
11 Jul 10
Bangladesh is really playing well .they deserve this win.Hope Bangladesh will become a tough team from ASIA along with present india,pakistan,srilanka.
• India
12 Jul 10
They need a good temperament and patience to carry on their performance like others teams.
@jkar1234 (147)
• India
11 Jul 10
I was watching the match and when morgan and collingwood got out i got the feeling that may be today bangladesh can win. But trott was there and then stuart broad smacked a six and i thought its again all over for bangladesh. When it went into last over i wished bangladesh could win and they did. Few more wins like this and good players like tamim and shakib bangladesh will be more confident and world cricket can become more competitive.
• India
12 Jul 10
obviously, it was never a great match to check out when the target was only 238. but when England lost 4 wickets quickly. i had some interest then wickets were falling in a regular interval, England surrenders.