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England’s Run Big Score in the ICC World Cup

Jason Ryan’s century and Jos Buttler and Jonny Bairstow added 386 runs for 6 wickets in FIFT. It is the team’s highest run innings in the history of the World Cup.

Earlier, in the 2011 World Cup, England scored 338 runs from 8 wickets against India,

England, after losing to Cardiff’s Sophia Gardens on Saturday, started their first innings of batting and England started flying. Opener Jason Ryan and Jonny Bairstow scored 128 runs in 19.1 overs. After Mashrafe Bin Mortaza, Bairstow became the best catcher of Mehedi Hasan Miraz. Earlier, he scored 51 runs in 50 balls with 6 fours.

Jason Root then joined the duo, and Jason Rae added 77 runs for the third wicket. Ray scored a century in this partnership.

Saifuddin detained Joe Root Root has got the opportunity to score 21 runs in 29 balls before being bowled by his pace.

After centuries, Jason Roy was more aggressive than ever before. In the 35th over, the English opener hit three sixes in the first three balls of Miraz. Giving fourth boundary, Mashrafe gave the catch.

Jasen Roy scored 153 runs in 14 fours and 5 sixes in 121 balls before being trapped in the spin of Miraz.

Jas Butler, who scored a boundary after being hit in the number four position, scored one boundary. Before Saifuddin became the second victim, he returned to 64 with four sixes and two fours in 44 before returning to the second victim.

England captain Eoin Morgan runs the batting in the end of the innings. Miraj returned to the baggage. Morgan, 35, scored 33 off one four and two sixes before Soumya’s government collapsed on his offspin.

At the end, Chris Woakes and Liam Plunkett put on an unbeaten 45-run knock, England scored 386 runs for 6 wickets.

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