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Live Reporting

By Jamie Lillywhite, Callum Matthews and Jack Skelton

All times stated are UK

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    Right then. What a performance that was from Bangladesh. We're going to leave the live text there for tonight.

    You can read Jack Skelton's report here.

    The latest Mark Wood column - where he talks about which team-mate would be best in Love Island and why he's wearing pyjamas in the garden - is here.

    We'll be back from 9:45 BST tomorrow for England v Afghanistan at Old Trafford - weather permitting.

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    Simon Mann

    BBC Test Match Special

    There was never a moment when West Indies were in the game.

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    Sir Curtly Ambrose

    Former West Indies bowler on BBC Test Match Special

    Bangladesh have now won nine out of 11 against West Indies but I thought West Indies would win this game. The 322 was a good score but they came out and bowled absolute rubbish and the Bangladesh batsmen capitalised, took advantage and won this game handsomely.

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    From there on in it was the Shakib Al Hasan (124*) and Liton Das (94*) show as they shared 189 to guide Bangladesh to a seven-wicket victory with 8.3 overs to spare.

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    Tamim and Shakib then shared 69 before a sensational bit of fielding in his follow through from Sheldon Cottrell sent Tamim packing. Mushfiqur Rahim soon followed too.

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    Bangladesh started well in reply as Soumya and Iqbal shared 52 before Soumya edged to slip for 29.

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    They lost regular wickets though as they posted a competitive, but in the end well below par, 321-8.

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    Nicholas Pooran, Shimron Hetmyer and Jason Holder kept clearing the boundary with ease for West Indies.

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    Bangladesh started well as they removed Chris Gayle for a 13-ball duck before Evin Lewis and Shai Hope put on 116 for the second wicket.

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    Right, let's go through some of the highlights.

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    Sir Curtly Ambrose

    Former West Indies bowler on BBC Test Match Special

    My final thoughts are very simple, West Indies have to go back to the drawing board and re-think this bowling attack, maybe include a spinner to have some variation because this line-up is not working. Andre Russell should sit out the rest of the World Cup so as not to make the injury worse for the young man - they need some variation.

  13. 'We should have been more disciplined'

    West Indies captain Jason Holder: (Batting or bowling at fault?) "Bit of both, we were probably 40-50 runs short, the wicket played really well, but we could have been more disciplined with the ball and we let ourselves down in the field as well.

    "I thought we got through the first 10 overs well batting but never got the momentum and had too much to do at the back end.

    "We then didn't get wickets, we tried to hit the top of the stumps but we were too inconsistent and we should have been more disciplined. From here on everything is a final for us."

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    Sir Curtly Ambrose

    Former West Indies bowler on BBC Test Match Special

    West Indies are not going to make the semi-finals. They can only get eight more points. It's impossible.

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    As bad as West Indies were, Bangladesh and in particular Shakib Al Hasan and Liton Das - who was playing in his first World Cup game - were very very good.

    For anyone to chase 320+ with eight and a bit overs to spare is a special effort.

  17. 'We have a chance'

    Bangladesh captain Mashrafe Mortaza: "We have a chance to go through but we have to win all of our matches.

    "The turning moment was when Mustafizur Rahman took two wickets in an over to remove Shimron Hetmyer and Andre Russell.

    "Shakib Al Hasan has made it in this World Cup now. In every match he's doing something that's exceptional and let's hope it continues for the team.

    "Liton Das normally opens or bats at number three but he's coped with moving down the order and he's delivered the goods."

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    Here's a bit of that magic from Liton Das.

    Couple of great grabs in the crowd too.

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    Fazeer Mohammed

    West Indian commentator on TMS

    There'll be all sorts of recriminations about the way the West Indies have played but just from the outset they didn't seem to have the fire.

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    I think people - me included - got carried away with West Indies' performance against Pakistan.

    Yes, they were brilliant. But Pakistan were woeful.