On the 5th of July, Pakistan ended their International Cricket Council (ICC) World Cup 2019 journey with a victory against Bangladesh in the 43rd One Day International (ODI) match.
Team Pakistan won the One Day International (ODI) match against Bangladesh at the Lord’s Ground, England.
The 43rd of ODI match between Pakistan and Bangladesh was the last match of Team Pakistan in the ICC World Cup series.
This year, England is the host of the ICC World Cup, which started on the 30th of May and will continue till the 14th of July.
In the 43rd ODI match, Pakistan won the toss and chose to bat first. Pakistan won by 94 runs as they scored 315 runs at the completion of 50 overs. Bangladesh, on the other hand, scored 221 runs and had a loss of 10 wickets after 44.4 overs.
Although Team Pakistan played well and managed to score 15 points on the scoreboard, they previously lost against New Zealand, which is one of the teams in the semifinals of the ICC series.
The other teams who are in the semifinals of the ICC series are Australia, India and England.
In yesterday’s match, Imam ul Haq, a player of Team Pakistan, scored the highest runs, a century (100 runs,) off 100 balls. Shaheen Afridi was declared as the Man of the Match as he did not allow Team Bangladesh to score more than 35 runs in 9.1 overs and took 6 wickets.
On the 6th of July, there will be a match between India and Sri Lanka at 3:00 P.M.
Stay tuned for further updates about the ICC World Cup 2019.