India beat Bangladesh by 28 runs at Edgbaston in Birmingham and registered their sixth win of this tournament and also qualified for the semifinals.
Earlier India won the toss and opted to bat first. Rohit Sharma took full advantage of an early lifeline and punished Bangladeshi bowlers and along with KL Rahul added 180 runs in 29 overs. Rohit Sharma got out after scoring his fourth hundred of this World Cup. KL Rahul also perished after a few overs for 77 runs. Rishabh Pant and Virat Kohli played a few good shots and helped India to cross 250 runs mark. Mustafizur Rahman dismissed Kohli and Hardik Pandya in the same over and brought back his team into the game. Rishabh Pant's 48 and MS Dhoni's 35 runs knock helped India to post 314/9 in 50 overs. Mustafizur Rahman took 5 wickets.
In reply, Bangladesh started off well and openers took the score to close to 40 runs. Mohammad Shami broke this stand by removing Tamim Iqbal. Shakib Al Hasan continued his good run but other Bangladeshi batsmen got starts but couldn't convert them and kept losing wickets at regular intervals. Shakib Al Hasan brought up his sixth fifty-plus score of this World Cup but he didn't get enough support from the other end and eventually he too got out. Shabbir Rahman and Mohammad Saifuddin put up a good fight in the end but Jasprit Bumrah was too good them and his four wickets haul helped India to bowl out Bangladesh for 286 runs.
All the major stats and facts from match 40 between Bangladesh and India in Edgbaston
1 - Shakib Al Hasan became the first Bangladeshi batsman to score 500 runs in an edition of World Cup.
Most runs in an edition of World Cup -
673 - Sachin Tendulkar, 2003
659 - Matthew Hayden, 2007
548 - Mahela Jayawardene, 2007
547 - Martin Guptill, 2015
544* - Rohit Sharma, 2019
542* - Shakib Al Hasan, 2019
3 - This was India's third consecutive win over Bangladesh in World Cups.
4 - Rohit Sharma became the second batsman after Kumar Sangakkara to score 4 hundreds in an edition of World Cup.
Most hundreds in an edition of World Cup -
4 - Rohit Sharma, 2019
4 - Kumar Sangakkara, 2015
3 - Mark Waugh, 1996
3 - Sourav Ganguly, 2003
3 - Matthew Hayden, 2007
Most hundreds in World Cups -
6 - Sachin Tendulkar
5 - Rohit Sharma / Kumar Sangakkara / Ricky Ponting
4 - AB de Villiers / Sourav Ganguly / Mark Waugh / T Dilshan / M Jayawardene
5/59 - Mustafizur Rahman's bowling figures of 5/59 are the second best bowling figures for Bangladesh in World Cups.
Best bowling figures for Bangladesh in World Cups -
5/29 - Shakib al Hasan vs AFG at Southampton, 2019
5/59 - Mustafizur Rahman vs IND at Edgbaston, 2019
4/21 - Shaiful Islam vs IRE at Dhaka, 2011
4/38 - Mashrafe Mortaza vs IND at Port of Spain, 2007
6 - Number of 50 plus scores Shakib al Hasan has made in this World Cup - the second most fifty-plus scores in an edition of World Cup.
Most fifty-plus scores in an edition of World Cup -
7 - Sachin Tendulkar, 2003
6 - Shakib Al Hasan, 2019
180 - Rohit Sharma and KL Rahul's 180 runs partnership is the highest opening partnership for India in World Cups.
Highest opening partnerships for India in World Cups -
180 - Rohit Sharma / KL Rahul vs BAN at Edgbaston, 2019
174 - Rohit Sharma / Shikhar Dhawan vs IRE at Hamilton, 2015
163 - Ajay Jadeja / Sachin Tendulkar vs Kenya at Cuttack, 1996
1000 - Both Rohit Sharma and Virat Kohli crossed the mark of 1000 ODI runs in 2019.
Most ODI runs in 2019 -
1138 - Aaron Finch
1100 - Rohit Sharma
1067 - Usman Khawaja
1019 - Virat Kohli
850 - Babar Azam