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Photo Gallery: ICC World Cup 2019, West Indies vs Bangladesh

Zee Media Bureau | Jun 18, 2019, 00:37 AM IST

Mashrafe Mortaza and Jason Holder

Bangladesh and West Indies will look to bring their campaign at the 2019 International Cricket Council (ICC) World Cup back on track when the two sides face each other in the 23rd match of the mega event at County Ground in Taunton on Monday. Both sides have just one win from the four matches they have played so far in the quadrennial event. West Indies are standing at the sixth spot while Bangladesh are languishing down to the eight position in the ten-team points table on the basis of the net run rate.



West Indies captain Jason Holder and Bangladesh skipper Mashrafe Mortaza walked down the crease for the toss. Mortaza won the toss and opted to field first in their fourth clash of the 2019 International Cricket Council (ICC) World Cup at the County Ground in Taunton on Monday. Chris Gayle and Evin Lewis will begin the innings for the West Indies while Mashrafe Mortaza to open the proceedings for Bangladesh. (Photo Courtesy: Twitter/@ICC)


Evin Lewis slams 50

Evin Lewis brings up an ODI half-century off just 58 balls after driving the first ball of the 23rd over to long-off for a single. (Photo Courtesy: Twitter/@windiescricket)


Shimron Hetmyer slams 50

Shimron Hetmyer brought up his half-century off just 26 balls. It was the 2nd fastest fifty in a World Cup. (Photo Courtesy: Twitter/@windiescricket)


West Indies set 322-run target for Bangladesh

Shai Hope struck a blistering knock of 96 runs while Evin Lewis (70) well-supported him as West Indies set huge 322-run target for Bangladesh in their fourth match of the 2019 ICC World Cup at the County Ground in Taunton on Monday. 


Andre Russell strikes

Andre Russell and Shai Hope celebrate after the former remove Soumya Sarkar for 29 in the ninth over. (Image Credits: Twitter/@windiescricket)


Shakib Ali Hasan reaches 6,000 ODI runs

Bangladesh batsman Shakib Al Hasan crossed the 6,000 ODI run-mark during his side's ICC World Cup 2019 clash against West Indies. 


Bangladesh beat West Indies

Shakib Al Hasan and Liton Das steer Bangladesh to a convincing seven-wicket over West Indies in Taunton.

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