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South Africa hammered Bangladesh by 206 runs in Mirpur to dump the co-hosts of the 2011 World Cup out of the tournament and send India and England through to the quarter-finals, with the West Indies all-but there barring a minor miracle.
The Proteas had already qualified for the last eight and rested Dale Steyn and Morne Morkel for their match against Bangladesh, who needed a win to remain in the tournament and now need the West Indies to lose by a hugely improbably margin against India to sneak through on net run rate.
Graeme Smith and his batsmen did their part by smacking 284-8 from their 50 overs, before skittling out the hosts for a humiliating 78, their lowest score against South Africa, to end their World Cup dreams.
Lonwabo Tsotsobe grabbed three wickets on his World Cup debut while Robin Peterson took four and Hashim Amla, Jacques Kallis and Faf du Plessis all hit half centuries.
The win ensured that South Africa finished top of Group B and Smith's men look in great touch with two front line bowlers to come back into the line-up for the knockout stages.
After winning the toss and batting first Smith and Amla put on their best partnership of the tournament as the Proteas reached 97 off 20 overs.
Mahmudullah broke the stand in the next over by having captain Smith (45 off 68) stumped and Abdur Razzak cleaned up Amla soon after reaching his half-century.
Kallis and JP Duminy continued the good work until the latter was out to a loose shot as South Africa slipped to 141 for three after 30 overs.
But Kallis and new man Du Plessis consolidated further adding 82 in the next 14 overs. Kallis, who negated the threat of Bangladeshi spinners by using his feet, eased past 50 and looked set for a major score.
A couple of sixes and a boundary took him to 69, but Shakib stopped him in his tracks by taking a sharp return catch. The skipper followed it up with wicket of Morne van Wyk in his next over.
Du Plessis boosted the total with a half-century of his own but the Proteas lost four wickets for 35 in pursuit of quick runs.
Rubel Hossain and Shakib shared five wickets among them, but a handy contribution from Peterson (22 not out off nine balls) helped South Africa reach 284 in their 50 overs.
Tsotsobe put South Africa on top by picking up three early wickets before the left-arm spinner cleaned up the Bangladesh bottom order and only skipper Shakib al Hasan showed signs of a fight scoring 30.
None of the top five Bangladeshi batsman reached double figures in pursuit of South Africa's 284 for eight, and the hosts made a real mess at the start of their chase by losing four wickets in the first powerplay for just 29 runs.
Mushfiqur Rahim and captain Shakib defied the Proteas for the next seven overs, but a diving catch from Smith ended Mushfiqur's vigil, giving Peterson a first wicket.
The Tigers avoided creating a new record for the lowest score by reaching 58 - the total managed by Bangladesh in their match against West Indies - resulting in a hug, if not entirely sincere, round of applause from the crowd.
But it turned out to be a short-lived joy as Mahmudullah lost his wicket in a mix up with his captain at the same score.
Bangladesh lost wickets in a heap from thereon as Peterson saw off Shakib and Shafiul Islam in the same over before Imran Tahir dismissed Razzak to leave the hosts on 62 for nine at the half-way mark.
Peterson knocked over the middle stump of Naeem Islam in the 28th over to end Bangladesh's World Cup campaign on a sad note.
Bangladesh should have been in the quarter finals, felt sorry for them that they lost against south Africa. Is there a possibility that BD can still make it to qf's? if west indies get beaten by a huge margin????
Posted 18:11 19th March 2011
I have to disagree with 'Chinni Chinni', Bangladesh have been woeful. Got absolutely hammered by both the Windies and SA, posting shameful scores of below 80 in both, not to mention they should have lost against Ireland. Sure, they showed great spirit to beat England but that's not enough to justify your argument. England, on the other hand, have drawn and beaten India and SA respectively, without doubt the two favourites to win the tournament. Putting them results to one side, England's spirit, fight and sheer entertainment value easily justifies their QF place ahead of Bangladesh. I'd love to have seen Bangladesh in the QF but if we're honest they simply haven't been good enough.
Posted 17:01 19th March 2011
Ireland have a potential to be a much better team than Bangladesh. Even before the game it was obvious they would lose - how England lost against them is mind boggling. Atleast they are now through and will probably finish 3rd in the group now
Posted 15:01 19th March 2011
Dont know what everyone was worrying about. England have had a long season and still pull off great wins even with a few mistakes. I think England deserve there place and will move forward from here like they did in the T20 World Cup. We need to back our country not slate them!!!!! COME ON ENGLAND!!!
Posted 14:54 19th March 2011
im sorry chinni but to say bangladesh deserve to go through is obsurd thats the second game where you have managed to rack up low scoring records and as for england we have a far superior run rate than you Say no more !
Posted 14:42 19th March 2011
Chin up chinni. But sorry your talking with the heart, and not the head!..England get beat by the likes of bangladesh, and ireland because you raise your game against the "enemy" everyone wants to beat england....More so the likes of bangladesh, and ireland.But that does not make you a better side...Bangladesh, have by far exceeded their expectations and in my opinion will always be behind the likes of india,pakistan, and sri lanka.
Posted 14:03 19th March 2011
It's a shame that England had to sit and pray that Bangladesh will lose. Bangladesh is better than England and they deserved to be in quarter finals.
Posted 12:35 19th March 2011