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Kyle Coetzer 156 goes vain as Bangladesh wins: stats of match

Bangladesh win by 6 wickets against scotland
Cricket world cup 2015, Scotland vs Bangladesh, Bangladesh win by 6 wickets against minnows Scotland Saxton Oval. Chasing 319 runs Bangladesh scored 322/4 in 48.1 overs, Tamim Iqbal(95 runs from 100 balls) is the top scorer in Bangladesh innings with Shakib ul Hasan( 42 from 41 runs) and Mushfiqur Rahim (60 from 42 balls) contributed well in Bangladesh innings. Josh Davey took 2 wickets in Scotland bowling. Earlier in Scotland batting Kyle Coetzer scored (156 from 136 balls) but Scotland ends in loss. Taskin Ahmed took 2 wickets in Bangladesh bowling. Kyle Coetzer was awarded with man of the match. Earlier Bangladesh won the toss and elected to field first. 

Records and stats set in the match 

1. Kyle Coetzer 156 is the highest individual score by Associate nation bastmen in world cup history and this is the first time Associate nation batsman scoring 150 plus score in world cup, third in ODI’s Paul Stirling and Calum Macleod scored before. 

2. Coetzer 156 is highest individual score in a losing cause in world cup history. Gibbs 142 against New Zealand is previous best.

3. This is the best chase for Bangladesh in ODI history 313 runs against Zimbabwe was there previous best. 

4. This is the second highest run chase in world cup history. Ireland 329 chase against England in 2011 world was the previous best. 

5. Tamim Iqbal 95 is the highest individual score by Bangladesh in world cup history. Ashraful 87 was the previous best. 

6. This is the second time that 4 50+ scores recorded in ODI history.

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