Jason Roy crushed an umpire to the ground and Bangladesh's bowlers to all edges of Sophia Gardens in his 121-ball 153 to lead England to a competition high 386-6 at the Cricket World Cup on Saturday.
The touchy opening batsman posted his ninth century in one-day internationals and achieved the achievement in peculiar design. Watching the ball spill for four on account of a misfield, Roy — running restful between the wickets — inadvertently ran straight into clueless West Indian umpire Joel Wilson.
A shaken Wilson required a significant stretch of time to get to his feet, as England's players looked on from the overhang of the group's changing area with giggling and afterward in clear concern. A specialist went onto the field to do a blackout test on Wilson, who was esteemed OK to proceed.
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Roy carried on his strike on the Bangladesh assault, raising his 150 with three progressive sixes — one going 97 meters, over the longest limit — before endeavoring a fourth and miscuing Mehedi Hasan to cover. It was the second-most noteworthy World Cup score by an England batsman, missing the mark concerning Andrew Strauss' 158 against India in 2011, and the greatest so far at this competition.
Most back to back 300+ aggregates in ODIs:
7 England in 2019 *
6 Australia in 2007
5 Sri Lanka in 2006
5 India in 2017
Jos Buttler grabbed the mantle on a swirling day in Cardiff, the feature of his 64 off 44 balls being a straight, taking off six that left the ground, through the trees and toward the River Taff running parallel to Sophia Gardens. He additionally slapped a six over long-on before holing out to Soumya Sarkar on the limit rope the following conveyance.
Buttler strolled off the field carefully, having seemed to hurt his correct hip as he dashed a solitary halfway through his salvo.
Jonny Bairstow (51 off 50 balls) and Eoin Morgan (35 off 33) additionally said something as England bested the 348-8 made by Pakistan against the English at Trent Bridge on Monday. Pakistan proceeded to win that game, putting weight on the competition hosts going to the Welsh capital.
They have reacted in style, with England's best World Cup score and a third aggregate more than 300 by a profound and ground-breaking batting lineup that Bangladesh couldn't tame. There were 14 sixes and 28 fours altogether.
Hasan had the best bowling figures of 2-67 off 10 overs.
It will require a record pursue at a World Cup, thumping Ireland running England's 327 in the 2011 version, if Bangladesh is to make it two successes from three recreations this competition.