England handed Bangladesh a 4-wicket victory in the 5th place play-off semi-final of the ICC Under-19 Cricket World Cup at Endeavour Park in Townsville, Brisbane today (21).
England chose to field first and restricted Bangladesh to 217-7 despite a fine knock from opener Litton Das who hit 102 runs off 134 balls.
Opening bowler Reece Topley claimed 5 for 32 for England.
England reached the winning target after losing six wickets with 10 deliveries remaining.
Bangladesh 217 for 7 wickets (50) (Liton Das 102, Anamul Haque 56, Salman Hossain 26, Reece Topley 5/32)
England 218 for 6 wickets (48.2) (Sam Wood 46, Ben Foakes 47, Craig Overton 27, Adam Bell 34n.o., Aneesh Kapil 33n.o., Taskin Ahmed 2/66)