Bangladesh covered a dreary South Africa to start the Cricket World Cup with a simple 21-run triumph at the Oval on Sunday.

Cricket world Cup 2019: Bangladesh posted its most noteworthy one-day worldwide score of 330-6 in the wake of being made to bat first, at that point confined South Africa to 309-8 before an elated group who made the environment feel more like Dhaka than rural London. 
Losing by 21 runs complimented South Africa, which was as squashed as it was in losing the opener to England by 104 runs. 
Bangladesh beat the Proteas in 2007, and has other remarkable World Cup prevails upon India and England, however this one was executed not by an upstart but rather an accomplished campaigner conveying certainty from a tri-countries win in Ireland which included three successes over the West Indies. Bangladesh needs to achieve the elimination rounds out of the blue. It has served take note. 
South Africa fallen while pursuing for the second time in two World Cup matches. Also, its damage burdens extended when paceman Lungi Ngidi, who opened the bowling on Sunday, limped away with a left hamstring issue subsequent to conveying just four overs. 
However, those are South Africa’s worries. 
Bangladesh propelled its battle in style on the back of its greatest World Cup association of 142 by Mushfiqur Rahim and Shakib Al Hasan, the world’s top-positioned allrounder. They calmly dismantled the South Africans until they were passed by the 43rd over, after which Mahmudullah and Mosaddek Hossain hit 60 off the last seven overs to surge Bangladesh past 300 and to its greatest aggregate in its 33-year history in ODIs. 
Bangladesh made an exciting begin. In counterattacking short balls from Ngidi and Kagiso Rabada, Soumya Sarkar was streaky with pulls and snares. He edged to the slips twice, endure a lbw survey, and broke his bat hitting six limits off Ngidi, who left the field in the wake of surrendering 34 runs and didn’t return. 
In the interim, Tamim Iqbal endured shots on the thigh and shoulder from Rabada, in the wake of breezing through a wellness test on the left wrist that got a genuine whack on Friday in the nets. Tamim was out for 16, however more critically he alleviated the South African assault. 
Soumya rode his karma for 42 off 30 balls, which united Mushfiqur and Shakib. They gave the bowlers nothing, achieving their half-hundreds of years calmly, and acquiring the certainty to go for switch hits and turn around breadths. South Africa seemed hapless. 
Their fifth century organization in ODIs achieved 142, outperforming the past best Bangadesh World Cup remain of 141 by Mushfiqur and Mahmudullah in the 2015 success against England. At that point Shakib was bowled around his legs endeavoring to clear Imran Tahir. Shakib made a World Cup-best 75 from 84 balls, including eight limits and a six. 
Tahir additionally bowled Mohammad Mithun, who played on when on 21, and Mushfiqur was out for 78 off 80 balls holing out in the profound. 
Be that as it may, they’d put uncommon air in sight, and Mahmudullah and Mosaddek Hossain followed it, lashing 70 keeps running off the last six overs. Mahmudullah, who was dropped on 12, hit 46 off 33 balls, and Mosaddek slammed 26 off 20 to edge Bangladesh’s past best ODI aggregate of 329-6 out of 2015 against Pakistan in Dhaka, and its past World Cup best of 322-4 out of 2015 against Scotland in Nelson. 
Set 331 to win, three days in the wake of neglecting to beat England’s 311 on a similar pitch, South Africa needed to draw off the best pursue in World Cup history. It didn’t truly compromise. 
The principal wicket was squandered. In the tenth over, Quinton de Kock was run out for 23 when accomplice Aiden Markram overlooked exhortation to remain in his wrinkle. Markram endeavored to compensate for his mix-up with skipper Faf du Plessis, and kept going 10 additional overs until Shakib bowled him through the entryway for 45 off 56 balls. 
The spinners were secures South Africa, which was bolted up from the begin by Mehidy Hasan dumbfounding from the second, Shakib from the eleventh, and Mosaddek from the nineteenth. Shakib’s initial figures were 7-0-25-1. 
Du Plessis was all class in aggregating 62 off 53 balls with five limits and a six, however when he was drawn out by Mehidy and lost his leg stump at 147-3, South Africa’s expectations left with him. The run rate required was up to 8, with South Africa stuck on 6, and the strain to play shots told. 
South Africans were picked off in the 36th, 40th, 43rd, 46th, and 48th overs with the run rate at 6 and the required rate ascending to strange dimensions. 
Mustafizur and Mohammad Saifuddin shared five wickets however the spinners set it up. Mehidy, Shakib, and Mosaddek surrendered just five limits in their 26 overs between them. 
South Africa was choked, and its expectations of a first World Cup title showed up practically dormant. 
Tamim Iqbal c de Kock b Phehlukwayo 16 (29b, 2×4), Soumya Sarkar c de Kock b Morris 42 (30b, 9×4), Shakib Al Hasan b Tahir 75 (84b, 8×4, 1×6), Mushfiqur Rahim c van der Dussen b Phehlukwayo 78 (80b, 8×4), Mohammad Mithun b Tahir 21 (21b, 2×4, 1×6), Mahmudullah (not out) 46 (33b, 3×4, 1×6), Mossadek Hossain c Phehlukwayo b Morris 26 (20b, 4×4), Mehedi Hasan (not out) 5 (3b, 1×4); Extras (lb-9, w-12): 21; Total (for six wkts. in 50 overs): 330. 
1-60 (Tamim, 8.2 overs), 2-75 (Sarkar, 11.4), 3-217 (Shakib, 35.1), 4-242 (Mithun, 39.4), 5-250 (Mushfiqur, 42.1), 6-316 (Mossadek, 48.6). 
Ngidi 4-0-34-0, Rabada 10-0-57-0, Phehlukwayo 10-1-52-2, Morris 10-0-73-2, Markram 5-0-38-0, Tahir 10-0-57-2, Duminy 1-0-10-0. 
Quinton de Kock run out 23 (32b, 4×4), Aiden Markram b Shakib 45 (56b, 4×4), Faf du Plessis b Mehidy 62 (53b, 5×4, 1×6), David Miller c Mehidy b Mustafizur 38 (43b, 2×4), Rassie van der Dussen b Saifuddin 41 (38b, 2×4, 1×6), Jean-Paul Duminy b Mustafizur 45 (37b, 4×4), Andile Phehlukwayo c Shakib b Saifuddin 8 (13b, 1×4), Chris Morris c Sarkar b Mustafizur 10 (10b, 1×4), Kagiso Rabada (not out) 13 (9b, 1×6), Imran Tahir (not out) 10 (10b); Extras (b-4, w-9, nb-1): 14; Total (for eight wkts in 50 overs): 309. 
1-49 (de Kock, 9.4 overs), 2-102 (Markram, 19.4), 3-147 (du Plessis, 26.4), 4-202 (Miller, 35.1), 5-228 (van der Dussen, 39.1), 6-252 (Phehlukwayo, 42.5), 7-275 (Morris, 45.5), 8-287 (Duminy, 47.1). 
Mustafizur 10-0-67-3, Mehidy 10-0-44-1, Saifuddin 8-1-57-2, Shakib 10-0-50-1, Mortaza 6-0-49-0, Mosaddek 6-0-38-0.