|Magestic Jason Roy knock out Bangladesh|
Magestic Jason Roy knock out Bangladesh as he registered yet another 150 plus to his account. The opener is currently in form of his life. That is a good sign for England as all important event is in process.
Roy scored 153 on 121 with the help of 14 boundaries and 5 mighty sixes at strike rate of 126.45 help England to post 386 in 50 overs in Cardiff. There was some sort of pressure on England team as they were lost to Bangladesh in world cups 2011 & 2015. But stylish Roy and aggressive Buttler did not let it happen again.
Now here question is who will be first man to get 200 plus for England. Morgan english captain is very pleased the effort of Roy and is aspect him could be the first double centurion for England. Roy who has currently held record highest runs in a single innings for England of 180 against Australia. He was broken record of Alex Hale’s 171 against Pakistan and his own second highest of 162.
Buttler and Alex Hales are among the batsmen has also the ability to reach this milestone. Hales have currently hold second highest score record of 171. Could be in this race. Problem for Buttler is his arrival in the crease. Because each six players who pass 200 figure are openers. And Buttler is batting at number five position there is no doubt in his power hitting and ability but he don’t have enough time to reach this amount.
Roy rech to his 153 after hitting 3 back-to-back sixes on Mehedi Hassan was have enough time to score the of 47 runs and become first double centurion for England but he was focus on one thing and that hit every ball for a six. Because England were in the position to afford to lose a wicket as the rest of batting line up can do the same job. He obviously missed a double ton as he caught by mortaza on ball of Mehedi Hassan on 153.
England won this match easily by 106 runs Jason Roy awarded mon of the match for his magestic effort. In a reply Bangladesh were never look compatible in high run chasing. Shakib ton went in vain. The whole were bowled out on 280 in 48.5 overs. Jofra Archer took 3 wickets.