Cricket World Cup 2015: Kyle Coetzer proud of Scotland

Scotland batsman Kyle Coetzer says it was "nice to show the world what we're capable of" following their six-wicket defeat by Bangladesh in Nelson, New Zealand.

Coetzer hit 156, the record World Cup score for an associate nation batsman, as Scotland reached 318-8, before Tamim Iqbal (95) led Bangladesh to the second-highest successful run chase in World Cup history.

Scotland's fourth Pool A loss means they can no longer qualify for the knockout stages and England must beat Bangladesh on Monday if they are to keep alive their hopes of reaching the quarter-finals.

BBC Sport