Netherlands vs Bangladesh ICC World Cup full Highlights Video, Match Report, Scorecard

ICC World Cup 2011, 32nd Match, Group B: Netherlands vs Bangladesh Played at Zahur Ahmed Chowdhury Stadium, Chittagong 14th March 2011 full Highlights Video, Match Report and Scorecard.
Bangladesh built on their victory over England in emphatic style as they claimed a six-wicket victory over the Netherlands in Chittagong on Monday.

Netherlands vs Bangladesh Cricket World Cup Match Report
With Group B still wide open in terms of play-off qualification, Bangladesh need to win this fixture and their next game against South Africa to ensure their place in the last eight.

Having done the hard work with the ball, it appeared for a moment that the home crowd were in for a disappointing afternoon when explosive opener Tamim Iqbal fell to Mudassar Bukhari in the first over.

Imrul Kayes reaches 50, Bangladesh v Netherlands.
Iqbal pushed forward and got an inside edge back onto his thigh which in turn sent the ball in the direction of the stumps. If the Dutch weren’t pumped up before the innings started they certainly where after that.

However, their joy was short lived, with Junaid Siddique joining Imrul Kayes at the crease, a partnership that all but saw the home side to the finish line.
Choosing initially to consolidate before upping the run rate, the duo’s partnership of 92 was Bangladesh’s highest for the second wicket in a World Cup.

The Netherlands persisted manfully; their fielding was for the most part outstanding and while the bowling may not have been penetrative it was not completely wasteful either.

It was skipper Peter Borren who eventually broke the second-wicket stand, with Siddique playing a lazy slap straight to short extra cover.

On his return to the side Shahriar Nafees was scratchy at first but found his stride and provided competent support to Kayes although he will be disappointed to have been dismissed just ten runs short of victory.

It was Kayes that was the star of the show though, notching up his second consecutive fifty to guide Bangladesh to a vital victory.

Earlier, having won the toss and decided to bat first, the Dutch were under the cosh from the outset. The Bangladeshi new ball pairing of seamer Shafiul Islam and spinner Abdur Razzak frugal in the opening exchanges, indeed 92 off the first 136 balls were dot balls.

At the top of the order Eric Szwarczynski (28) and Wesley Barresi (10) struggled throughout and it came as no surprise when Barresi was trapped in front by Shakib Al Hasan.

In an attempt to up the scoring rate Mudassar Bukhari (6) was sent up the order but one lusty blow aside the experiment was a failure, with Bukhari becoming the first of Razzak’s three victims.

Szwarczynski was next to go, and his dismissal was one of four disappointing run outs. It is one thing to be subdued by good bowling, but the Dutch will feel on too many occasions they were architects of their own downfall.

Undoubtedly the Netherlands’ best batsmen, Ryan ten Doeschate (53 not out) was forced to watch in frustration as one partner after another fell just as partnerships were beginning to form. First Tom Cooper (29) was run out and then Alexi Kervezee (18) threw his wicket away playing one shot too many when the Bangladeshis had been held at bay for a period.

The lower order provided little resistance and it was left to ten Doeschate to mount a late surge which he did with some success before running out of partners.

South Africa will certainly provide the hosts a sterner test when they meet on Saturday, but Bangladesh have taken an invaluable first step towards ensuring their place in the quarter-finals.

Netherlands vs Bangladesh Cricket World Cup Scores

Bangladesh won by 6 wickets (with 52 balls remaining)

Netherlands innings (50 overs maximum) R M B 4s 6s SR
ES Szwarczynski run out (Shakib Al Hasan) 28 87 63 0 1 44.44
W Barresi† lbw b Shakib Al Hasan 10 30 29 1 0 34.48
Mudassar Bukhari c †Mushfiqur Rahim b Abdur Razzak 6 13 13 1 0 46.15
TLW Cooper run out (†Mushfiqur Rahim/Shakib Al Hasan) 29 48 41 2 0 70.73
RN ten Doeschate not out 53 103 71 2 1 74.64
AN Kervezee st †Mushfiqur Rahim b Suhrawadi Shuvo 18 29 24 2 0 75.00
TN de Grooth lbw b Abdur Razzak 4 16 15 0 0 26.66
AF Buurman c Imrul Kayes b Abdur Razzak 0 1 2 0 0 0.00
PW Borren* run out (†Mushfiqur Rahim/Suhrawadi Shuvo) 3 11 9 0 0 33.33
PM Seelaar lbw b Rubel Hossain 0 8 6 0 0 0.00
Adeel Raja run out (Shafiul Islam/Shahriar Nafees) 0 17 5 0 0 0.00
Extras (lb 9) 9
Total (all out; 46.2 overs) 160 (3.45 runs per over)

Fall of wickets1-28 (Barresi, 9.1 ov), 2-37 (Mudassar Bukhari, 12.2 ov), 3-66 (Szwarczynski, 22.5 ov), 4-79 (Cooper, 25.1 ov), 5-113 (Kervezee, 33.3 ov), 6-127 (de Grooth, 37.1 ov), 7-127 (Buurman, 37.3 ov), 8-139 (Borren, 40.3 ov), 9-141 (Seelaar, 42.6 ov), 10-160 (Adeel Raja, 46.2 ov)

Bowling O M R W Econ
Shafiul Islam 9.2 3 15 0 1.60
Abdur Razzak 10 2 29 3 2.90
Shakib Al Hasan 8 0 38 1 4.75
Rubel Hossain 9 0 36 1 4.00
Suhrawadi Shuvo 10 1 33 1 3.30
Bangladesh innings (target: 161 runs from 50 overs) R M B 4s 6s SR
Tamim Iqbal b Mudassar Bukhari 0 1 4 0 0 0.00
Imrul Kayes not out 73 167 113 6 0 64.60
Junaid Siddique c Seelaar b Borren 35 91 53 4 0 66.03
Shahriar Nafees b Cooper 37 56 60 4 0 61.66
Shakib Al Hasan* c ten Doeschate b Cooper 1 5 7 0 0 14.28
Mushfiqur Rahim† not out 11 10 12 1 1 91.66
Extras (b 2, lb 3, w 3, nb 1) 9
Total (4 wickets; 41.2 overs; 167 mins) 166 (4.01 runs per over)
Did not bat Mahmudullah,

Suhrawadi Shuvo,
Abdur Razzak,
Shafiul Islam,
Rubel Hossain

Fall of wickets1-0 (Tamim Iqbal, 0.4 ov), 2-92 (Junaid Siddique, 20.5 ov), 3-151 (Shahriar Nafees, 35.5 ov), 4-153 (Shakib Al Hasan, 37.4 ov)
Bowling O M R W Econ
Mudassar Bukhari 6 2 14 1 2.33
Adeel Raja 7 0 31 0 4.42
RN ten Doeschate 6 1 30 0 5.00 (1nb, 3w)
PM Seelaar 10 1 25 0 2.50
PW Borren 5 0 28 1 5.60
TLW Cooper 7.2 2 33 2 4.50

Toss Netherlands, who chose to bat
Points Bangladesh 2, Netherlands 0
Player of the match Imrul Kayes (Bangladesh)

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