Bangladesh scripted a second highest successful run chase in World Cup history by beating West Indies by 7 wickets with 8.3 overs to spare. Batting first West Indies posted a challenging target 321/8. All-rounder Shakib Al Hasan unbeaten 124 runs helped Bangladesh record a comprehensive seven-wicket victory. He also took 2/54 with the ball. Liton Das too played a major role contributing 94 runs from 69 balls.
Bangladesh will take on Australia in their next match on Thursday and remained reckoning for a semifinal spot with five points from five matches.