World Cup 2019: Australia overcomes late Bangladesh surge to register 48-run win

Re-live the excitement from the 2019 ICC World Cup league match between Australia and Bangladesh from Trent Bridge, Nottingham.

Bangladesh fans had come in large numbers to cheer their team in a potential must-win game against Australia at Nottingham. Photo: Getty Images
Australia skipper Aaron Finch gave his side a good start by bringing up his 24th ODI fifty and sharing yet another 100-run partnership with David Warner. Finch also became the third fastest Australian to reach 1000 runs in a calendar year. Photo: Getty Images
David Warner might have been floored by a Rubel Hossain delivery. But the 32-year-old Australian had the last laugh as he made his 16th ODI century and second this World Cup to become the leading run-scorer of the tournament. Photo: Getty Images
Usman Khawaja continued his good form by giving Warner good company in a partnership of 192. Khawaja scored 89 runs off 72 balls with 10 fours. Photo: Getty Images
Surprisingly, part-time medium pacer Soumya Sarkar was Bangladesh's best bowler of the match with figures of three for 58 in eight overs. Sarkar got Finch, Warner and Khawaja out. Photo: Getty Images
Mahmudullah Riyad came when Bangladesh needed 207 runs from 124 balls and was in dire straits against Australia. The 33-year-old middle-order batsman scored 69 off 50 with five fours and three sixes and stitched together a 127-run partnership with Mushfiqur Rahim to put up a fight. Photo: Getty Images
The dangerous 100-run partnership was broken by Nathan Coulter-Nile, who picked up two wickets in consecutive balls. He removed Mahmudullah first and then bowled Sabbir Rahman out for a duck. Photo: Getty Images
Mushfiqur Rahim became the third Bangladesh player to score a World Cup hundred. He made an unbeaten 102, which included nine fours and one six. Unfortunately he couldn't take Bangladesh over the line as Australian bowlers held their nerve. Photo: Getty Images