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Bangladesh win over India

Group B, Match 2, IND vs BAN: Bangladesh beat India by 5 wickets

India 191 (49.3 ov) Bangladesh 192/5 (48.3 ov)
Bangladesh won by 5 wickets (with 9 balls remaining)
Man of the Match: Mashrafee Mortaza
India Cricket team Bangladesh Cricket team Bangladesh sealed a famous five-wicket victory against India with a thrilling performance in Trinidad.
Bangladesh pulled off a huge shock in their opening World Cup match with a five-wicket win over India in Trinidad. Mashrafe Mortaza took four wickets as Bangladesh bowled out one of the tournament favourites for just 191 in Port of Spain. Tamim Iqbal, Mushfiqur Rahim and Saqibul Hasan all hit half-centuries as Bangladesh knocked off the runs with nine balls to spare to blow Group B, which also includes Sri Lanka, wide open. Bangladesh pair Hasan and Iqbal savoured their roles in the surprise win. Iqbal hitting 51 off 53 balls and Saqibul hitting five fours and six on his way to 53. Saqibul, who also bowled a full 10-over spell, told Sky Sports 2: 'In the field I just tried to bowl line and length and I knew I needed to do that. 'Batting was tough at first but I knew if we batted 50 overs we'd be there (at their target of 192). 'I was just trying to play naturally and I enjoyed batting on that pitch.' Iqbal added: 'I just tried to play my natural game and when I was selected for the national team my aim was to play my own game. 'I like to play shots and play lots of them. It was easier in the second half of the game for batting and I enjoyed it.' India Team: S C Ganguly, A R Uthappa, R Dravid, V Sehwag, S R Tendulkar, Yuvraj Singh, M S Dhoni, A B Agarkar, Harbhajan Singh, Z Khan, M M Patel
Bangladesh Team: Shahriar Nafees, Tamim Iqbal, Aftab Ahmed, Saqibul Hasan, Habibul Bashar, Mohammad Ashraful, Mushfiqur Rahim, Mohammad Rafique, Mashrafe Mortaza, Abdur Razzak, Syed Rasel Toss India, who chose to bat first
Points Bangladesh 2, India 0
Player of the match Mashrafe Mortaza (Bangladesh)
Umpires Aleem Dar (Pakistan) and SJ Davis (Australia)
TV umpire IL Howell (South Africa)
Match referee AG Hurst (Australia)
Reserve umpire DJ Harper (Australia)
Group B, Match 2: Bangladesh 192-5 ( 48.3 Overs ) beat India 191-10 (49.3 Overs) by 5 wickets

Ireland crashes Pak dreams

Group D, Match 2, PAK vs IRL: Ireland send Pakistan crashing out

Pakistan 132 (45.4 ov) Ireland 133/7 (41.4/47 ov)
Ireland won by 3 wickets (with 32 balls remaining) (D/L method)
Man of the Match: NJ O'Brien
Pakistan Cricket team Ireland Cricket team Ireland produced one of the greatest victories in cricket's rich history by beating Pakistan on St Patrick's Day amid unbelievable tension in Jamaica. Led by their brilliant wicket-keeper batsman Niall O'Brien, they reached a rain-adjusted target of 128 with three wickets remaining in near darkness. Ireland's fans, who had been there to witness the tie against Zimbabwe, could barely contain themselves afterwards. The result means Pakistan, ranked fourth in the world, are already out. Wicket-keeper O'Brien, axed by Kent in 2006 because they rate Geraint Jones above him, hit a brilliant 72, easily the best effort by any of the batsmen on a green wicket which Ireland's seamer loved. Reported Earlier: The Ireland-Pakistan match currently in progress at Sabina Park, Jamaica has begun after a rain stoppage. The umpires have applied the D/L method and Ireland now need 128 to win in 47 overs to knock Pakistan out of the contest. When the players had left the field because of rain and bad light, Ireland were 81-4 in 27.3 overs. They have now progressed to 108/5 in 34 overs needing further 23 runs to create one of World Cups greatest upsets being debutants.
Earlier Pakistan was skittled out for 132 runs in 45.4 overs after Ireland skipper Trent Johnston elected to field in their Group D fixture at Jamaica on Saturday.
WB Rankin, who returned with the match figures of 9-1-32-3, was the pick of the bowlers for the minnows who put up a clinical performance to bring about a Pakistan batting collapse. Kamran Akmal, who scored 27 off 47 deliveries, including four boundaries, was the top scorer for Pakistan who failed to recover from the jolting. The Pakistanis were under pressure after a 54-run loss to hosts West Indies in the tournament's opening match. Pakistan Team: Mohammad Hafeez, Imran Nazir, Younis Khan, Mohammad Yousuf, Inzamam-ul-Haq, Shoaib Malik, Kamran Akmal, Azhar Mahmood, Mohammad Sami, Iftikhar Anjum, Umar Gul
Ireland Team: J P Bray, W T S Porterfield, E J G Morgan, N J O'Brien, K J O'Brien, A C Botha, W K McCallan, D T Johnston, A R White, D Langford-Smith, W B Rankin Toss India, who chose to bat first
Points Bangladesh 2, India 0
Player of the match Mashrafe Mortaza (Bangladesh)
Umpires Aleem Dar (Pakistan) and SJ Davis (Australia)
TV umpire IL Howell (South Africa)
Match referee AG Hurst (Australia)
Reserve umpire DJ Harper (Australia)
Group D, Match 2: Pakistan 132 (45.4 ov) lost to Ireland 133/7 (41.4/47 ov) by three wickets

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