Australia vs Bangladesh match creates all-time record in ICC Cricket World Cup History

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Australia vs Bangladesh match creates record in World Cup History ever

The ICC Cricket World Cup match between Australia and Bangladesh hit the new record in World Cup history ever at the Trent Bridge in Nottingham on Thursday. While batting first Australia scored a massive score of 381/5 in 50. Replying to which Bangladesh gave a tough fight with 333/8 and lost the match with 48 runs including a not out centurion innings by Mushfiqur Rahim. However, if we add 381 by Australia and 333 by Bangladesh the aggregate score was 714, which is the highest ever in ICC Cricket World Cup so far.

While Austalia vs Bangladesh match witnessed the highest ever aggregate score in World Cup history ever, the previous record was witnessed during England vs Sri Lanka in 2015. The previous highest aggregate score was in the match between England vs Sri Lanka which was played in Sydney on March 08, 2015. The total scored in Eng vs SL in 2015 was 688 and now the third highest aggregate total is 682 which was scored recently during England vs Pakistan at the Trent Bridge in ICC Cricket World Cup 2019, in which Pakistan won the match by 14 runs.

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Well, the ICC Cricket World Cup 2019 is all for the batsmen as the players are enjoying playing the knock on the flat tracks in England and Wales. Recently, England skipper Eoin Morgan smashed 17 sixes against Afghanistan at Old Trafford and became the only player to hit the most sixes in an inning in ODI cricket. During Australia vs Bangladesh, David Warner and Aaron Finch scored a massive opening partnership of 121-run. David Warner scored a ton 166 off 147 deliveries and became the first batsmen to score two 150-plus runs in ICC Cricket World Cup history ever.

-PTC News