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Bangladesh knock England out of World Cup, likely to face India in quarter-finals

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Adelaide: Bangladesh rose to the occasion to knock England out of the cricket World Cup with a 15-run win in the Pool A encounter here on Monday, setting up a potential quarter-final clash with defending champions India.
Put into bat, Bangladesh rode on Mahmudullah’s resilient century to post 275 for seven and then put up a spirited bowling show to pack England for 260 runs in 48.3 overs.

Man of the Match Mahmudullah (103) struck his first ODI ton to lift Bangladesh from 99 for four to a respectable score after stitching a crucial 141-run fifth-wicket partnership with Mushfiqur Rahim (89).

England medium pacers James Anderson and Chris Jordan bagged two wickets each.

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