In reply, the youngsters in red and green romped home in 47.3 overs, player of the match Afif scoring the highest 71 off 86 deliveries, including seven boundaries and a sixer. Opener Saif Hasan had earlier posted a 89-ball 59. Bangladesh had earlier qualified for the quarter-final after beating Namibia and Canada before losing to title favourite India in the last eight.
Bangladesh book a spot in the #U19CWC 5th place play-off against South Africa! ??Afif Hossain (71) and Saif Hassan (59) lead a steady chase to defeat England by 5 wickets in Queenstown!#ENGvBAN scorecard ➡️ https://t.co/7wZ0Zjy6DU pic.twitter.com/6wItxhaUkW — Cricket World Cup (@cricketworldcup) January 28, 2018
BRIEF SCORE Bangladesh 220/5 in 47.3 overs (Afif 71, Saif 59) beat England 216 in 47.2 overs (Banks 74, Brook 66) by five wickets
Bangladesh dismiss England for just 216 in Queenstown, England's middle order collapsing after Brook and Banks put on a 126 run stand. Will the Tigers be able to chase it? #U19CWC #BANvENG LIVE ➡️ https://t.co/7wZ0Zjy6DU pic.twitter.com/k7mIhu7U5v— Cricket World Cup (@cricketworldcup) January 28, 2018