T20 World Cup Jason Roy pummeled 50 years to assist England with overcoming Bangladesh in Abu Dhabi on Wednesday. On Wednesday, Jason Roy was at his best for England in their Super 12 match against Bangladesh in the ongoing T20 World Cup. The opener crushed 50 years to assist him with a siding win by eight wickets in Abu Dhabi. Fans can buy England vs South Africa Tickets from our website.

Jason Roy was at his best for England in their Super 12 match against Bangladesh in the ongoing T20 World Cup

Pursuing an objective of 125 runs, Roy played a knock of 61 off 38 balls as England dashed to 126 for two in 14.1 overs. Fans took to online media to commend the brave batsman and surprisingly the competition’s true web-based media handles honored his innings.

The 31-year-old hit a Mahedi Hasan delivery over long-on for a six on the third delivery of the seventh over. Albeit the shot was great, Bangladesh’s Mohammad Naim put in jumping energy close to the ropes yet couldn’t get it. ICC posted a video of the limit on Instagram and furthermore showed a fan in the video sitting on top of a dinosaur-like stuffed figure.

The video was subtitled as A Jurassic six by Jason Roy. This was likewise Roy’s seventh 50 years in T20Is and he hasn’t yet enrolled a ton in the arrangement. At first, Bangladesh posted 124 for nine out of 20 overs with Mushfiqur Rahim top-scoring for his side with a thump of 29 of every 30 conveyances.

Tymal Mills was in brilliant structure for England and took three wickets in four overs

Tymal Mills was in brilliant structure for England and took three wickets in four overs. In the meantime, Moeen Ali and Liam Livingstone enrolled two excusals each. After the success, the Eoin Morgan-drove side is presently on top of Group 1 with two dominates from two matches. Bangladesh is fifth in the six-group table with two losses.

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