England crush Bangladesh for two wins out of two in the T20 World Cup when Tymal Mills combines with the spinners to restrict opponents to just 124 before Jason Roy’s 61 do an easy job of chasing.
- England achieved their second win of two at the T20 World Cup in the United Arab Emirates
- Defeated Bangladesh by eight wickets after successfully chasing 125
- Jason Roy’s 61s made sure the chase was a cruiser with only two wickets falling
- Tymal Mills took three wickets with Moeen Ali and Liam Livingstone two each
- Good bowling restricted Bangladesh to 124 for nine, which was never enough
- England will now face a tougher test against Australia on Saturday
England did light work with Bangladesh to clinch two wins out of two in the group stage at the T20 World Cup.
Tymal Mills took three wickets, with spinners Moeen Ali and Liam Livingstone hitting twice each, as Bangladesh was limited to 124 for nine in Abu Dhabi.
And England’s power hitters made the chase look easy with Jason Roy hitting half a century in his 50th T20i to help them reach the goal of victory with plenty to spare.
After their emphatic victory over the West Indies on Saturday, England are in a solid position in Group One of Super 12 with Australia following.
More to follow.
England did light work with Bangladesh to take two wins out of two in the T20 World Cup
England starter Jason Roy breaks the ball to six as they did an easy job chasing 125
Tymal Mills celebrates one of its three wickets when England successfully restricted Bangladesh
Liam Livingstone managed to take the window of Bangladesh captain Mohammad Mahmudullah
Livingstone grabbed two windows and is seen here appealing for Mushfiqur Rahim’s window
Jason Roy was in free touchdown form and his 61 ensured the chase was a procession.