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Is the end near for Dhoni and India? Pakistan win but fail to pull off a 'miracle' Realistically, Pakistan knew their tournament was all but over before a ball was bowled at headquarters, even though captain Sarfaraz Ahmed said: "If Allah helps then miracles can happen.
The minimum score they needed to stand any theoretical chance was , but even that would have meant Bangladesh needing to be bowled out for nought. In the end, they stuttered their way to , despite Imam and Babar providing the platform with their partnership off balls for the second wicket.
But when the latter was dismissed hit wicket a ball after recording his seventh one-day international century, in the 42nd over was perhaps not fully capitalised upon. Media playback is not supported on this device Watch Mustafizur's 'amazing' reaction catch Imad Wasim 43 did launch a counter-attack with some lusty blows despite striking skipper Sarfaraz on the arm at one stage, forcing him to retire hurt.
Ultimately, neither that nor the injury would cost Pakistan, with the wicketkeeper able to resume his innings off the last ball, before adding a catch and a stumping in the field. Shaheen's figures were both his first five-wicket haul in ODI cricket and the best figures by a Pakistan bowler in a World Cup match.
The year-old left-armer had Shakib caught behind and then removed the lower order with a series of fast yorkers to claim the best figures of the tournament so far. He is one of a number of impressive young players in this Pakistan team, including Imam, 23, leg-spinner Shadab Khan, 20 and year-old Babar, who could be key members of the side as they build towards the next World Cup.
All-rounder Shoaib Malik, 37, confirmed he will now retire from ODI cricket, although he will continue to play in Twenty20s. Media playback is not supported on this device 'That's got to hurt' Pakistan skipper hit on elbow by team-mate Tigers' roll comes to a halt Bangladesh came to this World Cup as dangerous underdogs and caused a couple of upsets along the way.
But amid memorable victories against South Africa and West Indies, defeats such as this, where standout individual performances have lacked support, have been disappointing. Here Mustafizur Rahman took to become the second-highest wicket-taker at the tournament on 20 behind Australia's Mitchell Starc with Then with the bat, Shakib reinstated himself at the top of the run-scoring charts on with his seventh score of 50 or more in this competition, including two centuries, which equalled Sachin Tendulkar's record for India from Their coach Steve Rhodes, the former Worcestershire and England wicketkeeper, will no doubt take the positives from their victories - but will also be aware what might have been in some of their closer-fought defeats.
Media playback is not supported on this device Watch teen Shaheen take six wickets for Pakistan 'Net run-rate needs to be looked at' - reaction Pakistan coach Micky Arthur: "I do feel net run-rate needs to be looked at.
One really poor game and you're really battling to recover. We played very good cricket. The way we responded after India, we played very well in all three - batting, fielding and bowling.
Today it was one of the best bowling performances I have seen in a long time. Little things in games do make a huge difference.