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BAN vs AUS, Match 43 Highlights, CWC2023

November 11, Match 43, BAN vs AUS, ICC CWC2023

Australia and Bangladesh faced off during the 43rd match of the ICC Men’s ODI Cricket World Cup 2023. The match was played on November 11, 2023, at the Maharashtra Cricket Association Stadium, Pune.

Australia chose to bowl first after winning the toss. Later, Bangladesh gave the target of 306 runs to Australia which they completed at 44.4 overs. At the end of the game, Australia defeated Bangladesh with 8 Wickets and 32 balls remaining. Whereas the Man of the Match was given to the Mitchell Marsh for his spectacular 177*/132 runs.


Match Brief of BAN vs AUS

SeriesICC Men’s ODI Cricket World Cup
Match DateNovember 11, 2023
ODI No.4700
Match No.43
TeamsBangladesh Vs Australia
VenueMaharashtra Cricket Association Stadium, Pune
TossAustralia decided to do bowling  first after winning the toss
Match ResultAustralia beats Bangladesh with 8 wickets and 32 balls remaining
Man of the MatchMitchell Marsh 177*/132
UmpiresMarais Erasmus, Ahsan Raza
Reserve UmpireRichard Kettleborough
TV UmpireRichard Illingworth
Match RefereeAndy Pycroft
Match Details

First Innings, BAN vs AUS

Bangladesh on 306 runs on the loss of 8 wickets in 50 overs

Tanzid Hasan and Litton Das

The beginning of the First innings was by Tanzid Hasan and Litton Das whereas the bowler was Josh Hazlewood. However, no runs were made by the players on the first 6 balls. However, during the next 4 overs Slow runs were made along with a boundary hit from Litton Das too. At the 5 overs, the score for Bangladesh was 20/0.

Later during the 5th over, Tanzid threw 2 boundary 4s flawlessly. In addition, Litton Das rocked the game with his 3 sizzling boundary hits during the 7th over. Moreover, the match sped up with full velocity as on the start of the 8th over, Tanzid again shot a boundary 4. Later the score became 62/0 at 10 overs.

Furthermore, during the 10th over Tanzid again shot 2 classical boundary 4s along with a 4 from Das too. The match went with great speed however, on the 2nd ball of the 11th over Tanzid’s wicket was dismantled. Moreover, Abbott dismissed Tanzid’s wicket at his 36/34 runs.

Litton Das and Najmul Hossain Shanto (C)

So, Najmul Hossain Shanto, the acting captain walked as the 3rd batsman. Later by the difference of 2 overs, during the 13th over, Shanto initiated a pair of stunning boundary 4s. Hence the score for Bangladesh at 15 overs was 99/1. Furthermore, Shanto again played a beautiful boundary 4 during the 15th over whereas, Das went out on the ball by Zampa during the 16th over at 36/45 runs.


Najmul Hossain Shanto and Towhid Hridoy

Towhid Hridoy was the next player in place of Das. However, the remaining overs went slow without any boundary hit by the players until the 20th over. At the 20 overs the score was 114/2.

Whereas, on the next ball Hridoy initiated his first boundary 6 of the innings amazingly. The later overs went with 2 4s from Shanto however 2 4s and a stunning 6 by Hridoy until the 25th over. However, Shanto later lost his wicket (after hitting one more boundary 4) on the ball by Abbott at the end of the 27th over. In addition, his total scores were 45/57 runs.

Towhid Hridoy and Mahmudullah

Mahmudullah was the next player and after an over he played a spectacular 6 before the completion of 30 overs at 180/3. In addition, the 31st over brought sloth of scores for the Bangladesh scoreboard as Mahmudullah shot 2 sizzling 6s during this over. Furthermore, he also played a boundary 4 during the 34th over completing the score with 213/3 at 35 overs.

However, during the 35th over, Mahmudullah went out after the run out by Labuschagne at 32/28 runs.

Towhid Hridoy and Mushfiqur Rahim

After the 4th wicket loss, Mushfiqur Rahim was the next batsman. However, the later overs passed with slow runs until the 39th over during which Towhid shot a boundary 4 also completing his half century. At 40 overs, the total score for Bangladesh was 239/4. Furthermore, during the 41st over, Mushfiqur initiated a sizzling boundary 6 and later his wicket was dismissed. Zampa dismantled his wicket at the start of the 42nd over with 21/24 runs.

Towhid Hridoy and Mehidy Hasan Miraz 

Mehidy Hasan Miraz appeared on the crease, and on the 2nd ball he shot an exciting boundary 4. Furthermore, during the 43rd over, both players played a pair of boundary 4s and repeated this pair again during the 45th over. However, during the 46th over, the wicket of Towhid was lost by the strike of Stoinis at 74/79 runs.

Mehidy Hasan Miraz and Nasum Ahmed

Nasum Ahmed Came after Towhid, the later overs went slowly until the hit of boundary 4 by Mehidy during the 48th over. Yet Mehid’s wicket was also lost at the start of the 49th over by Abbott on his 29/20 runs.

Nasum Ahmed and Mahedi Hasan

Mahedi Hasan came and with the difference of a ball, Nasum went out at 7/11 on Abbott’s ball.

Mahedi Hasan and Taskin Ahmed

The last 3 balls before the completion of 50 overs were played by Mahedi Hasan and Taskin Ahmed. Taskin remained not out with 0/1 and Mahedi made 2/3 and remained not out.

So, Bangladesh Completed 306 runs in 50 overs and gave the target of 307 runs to Australia for chasing.

Batting Summary of Bangladesh Team

Tanzid Hasan36/34 (b & c by Abbott)6/0105.88
Litton Das36/45 (b/Zampa, c/Labuschagne)5/080.00
Najmul Hossain Shanto (C)45/57 (run out by Inglis/Labuschagne)6/078.94
Towhid Hridoy74/79 (b/Stoinis, c/Labuschagne)5/293.67
Mahmudullah32/28 (run out by Labuschagne)1/3114.28
Mushfiqur Rahim21/24 (b/Zampa, c/Cummins)0/187.50
Mehidy Hasan Miraz29/20 (b/Abbott, c/Cummins)4/0145.00
Nasum Ahmed7/11 (run out by Abbott)0/063.63
Mahedi Hasan2/3 not out0/066.66
Taskin Ahmed0/1 not out0/00.00
Batting brief of Bangladesh

Bowling Summary of team Australia

BowlerOversMaiden OverRunsWickets
Josh Hazlewood71210
Pat Cummins80560
Sean Abbott100612
Mitchell Marsh40480
Adam Zampa100322
Travis Head60330
Marcus Stoinis50451
Bowling brief of Australia

2nd Innings, BAN vs AUS

Australia on 307 runs on the loss of 2 Wickets in 44.4 overs

Travis Head and David Warner

At the beginning of the 2nd innings, Travis Head and David Warner were the openers. Whereas Taskin Ahmed did the Bowling. A fantastic 4 was shot by Travis on the 3rd ball of the innings. Furthermore, Travis repeated a boundary 4 on the 4th ball of the 2nd over however lost his wicket on the next ball. Moreover, his wicket was dismissed by Taskin Ahmed at 10/11 runs.

David Warner and Mitchell Marsh

Mitchell Marsh came, and the match continued. In addition, Marsh directly shifted the scores to the 3rd gear as he Shot 3 boundary 4s flawlessly during the 3rd over. Further he initiated a classical pair of boundaries 4 and 6 during the 4th over and completed 5 overs with 36/1 for Australia.

Later the 5th over passed by, and there came 2 stunning 4s by Warner during the 6th over. However, Marsh again shot a spectacular boundary 6 during the 8th over. So, by the addition of some slow runs during the 9th over, the score became 58/1 at 10 overs. As the 11th over started, Marsh played a back-to-back nice 4 and 6.

Later Marsh initiated a 4 during the 12th over and Warner shot a boundary 4 during the 13th over.  During the 14th over, Marsh completed his half century and Warner initiated a 4 during this over too. Later 3 overs passed by without any boundary hit. However, during the 18th over, Warner again played a pair of fantastic boundary 4s and completed his half century here. Thus, the score for Australia became 125/1 in 20 overs.

Further, Marsh initiated a 4 during the 20th over, however, Warner went out on the ball by Mustafizur Rahman during the 22nd over. The total score for Warner was 53/61 runs.


Mitchell Marsh and Steven Smith

Steven Smith was the next player. However, Marsh ignited the speed again with a 4 at the end of the 22nd over and repeated it again during the 23rd over. By the addition of one more 4 from Marsh during the 24th over too, the score was 151/2 in 25 overs.

The scoreboard of Australia went in upward direction as Marsh continued to hit Boundaries again and again. During the 25th over, a sizzling pair of boundaries 4 and 6 was shot by Marsh. 

However, the remaining overs until the 30 overs went without any boundary hit. 

At 30 overs, the score became 179/2.

As Smith adjusted on the crease, he initiated back-to-back stunning boundaries 4 and 6 during the 30th over. Whereas Marsh completed his Century wonderfully and shot a magnificent 6 during the 31st over. In addition, with a boundary 6 from Marsh during the 32nd over, 35 overs for Australia completed with 217/2.

Later the 35th overtook a huge amount of runs with it as Marsh initiated 2 boundary 4s along with a 4 from Smith too. The scores went upward, and the match went with high velocity by the addition of boundary hits from both players.

Further Smith played a boundary 4 during the 36th over whereas Marsh shot a sizzling 6 during the 37th over. Later by the addition of Three classical 4s from Marsh again, 40 overs were completed. In addition, Marsh amazingly completed his 150 runs.

At 40 overs, the score was 264/2.

Moreover, Steven Smith also completed his half century during the 40th over. Later the 41st over passed by the addition of back-to-back boundary 4 and 6 from Marsh and he repeated a 6 during the 42nd over too. Whereas, on the 4th ball of the 44th over, the target score was completed by a classical 4 from Smith.

Steven Smith and Mitchell Marsh remained not out with 63/64 for Smith and 177/132 for Marsh.

So, Australia defeated the Bangladesh team with 8 wickets  and 32 balls remaining.

Batting Summary of Australia

Travis Head10/11 (b/Taskin Ahmed)2/090.90
Dawid Warner53/61 (b/Mustafizur, c/Shanto)6/086.88
Mitchell Marsh177*/132 not out17/9134.09
Steven Smith63*/64 not out4/198.43
Batting brief of Australia

Bowling Summary of Bangladesh

BowlerOversMaiden OverRunsWickets
Taskin Ahmed100611
Mahedi Hasan90380
Nasum Ahmed100850
Mehidy Hasan Miraz60470
Mustafizur Rahman9.41761
Bowling brief of Bangladesh

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