Mehedi Hasan Miraz, an all-rounder for Bangladesh, scored 74 runs off 89 balls to assist his team post 188 runs in their second and last warm-up match for the ICC World Cup, which took place on Monday at the Barsapara Cricket Stadium in Guwahati. The match was against England.
After Bangladesh made the decision to bat first, play was stopped due to rain in the 30th over. Due to the lengthy halt, the contest was reduced to 37 overs as a consequence of the compelled decision.
Following that, the DLS algorithm readjusted the goal to 197.
After the opener Tanzid Tamim struck a 44-ball 45, Miraz’s knock was the highest score for the squad.
Reece Topley, an England bowler, was responsible for three wickets, while David Willey and Adil Rashid both took two scalps.