During the 12th match of the ongoing ICC Cricket World Cup 2019 between England and Bangladesh at Cardiff, England fast bowler Jofra Archer castled Bangladesh opening batsman Soumya Sarkar to draw first blood in the second innings.
Despite Shakib Al Hasan's 121 - just the third Bangladesh World Cup hundred after Mahmudullah made two in 2015 - the Tigers were never in the hunt. Meanwhile, World Cup favourites England started the tournament with a win against South Africa, but lost their second match to Pakistan at Nottingham.
Roy, who blasted five sixes and had 14 hits to the fence in his 121-ball innings, laid the foundation of the big score with two crucial partnerships - 128 with opener Jonny Bairstow (51) and 77 with first-down Joe Root (21).
However, captain Eoin Morgan put the onus of their defeat on their poor fielding.
If England win today they will end the Bangladesh's supremacy over them in World Cup.
For England, Liam Plunkett came in for Moeen Ali while the Bangladesh team fielded an unchanged playing XI.
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England thrived on the back of opening batsman Jason Roy's ninth ODI century.
Bangladesh skipper Mashrafe Mortaza (C) celebrates with teammates after taking a catch to dismiss England's Jason Roy.
Roy carried on his assault on the Bangladesh attack, bringing up his 150 with three successive sixes - one going 97 meters, over the longest boundary - before attempting a fourth and miscuing Mehedi Hasan to cover.
The Surrey batsman collided with umpire Joel Wilson as he raced on the pitch and knocked him to the ground but neither he nor the Trinidad official were unhurt.
Roy and Root then continued to dominate the proceedings as the hosts crossed 200 runs in 30.4 overs.
Jos Buttler, who survived an lbw review first ball, then followed up with a dashing 64 featuring four sixes - including a huge straight hit off Mosaddek Hossain that sailed into the River Taff.