Bangladesh 338 for 8 (Shakib 93, Hridoy 92, Hume 4-60) vs Ireland
Ireland started brightly though, taking two wickets in the first Powerplay. Paul Stirling took both catches as Tamim Iqbal edged to first slip in the third over, before Litton Das reprised his soft-dismissal theme, with Curtis Campher taking a wicket in his first over.
The pair had hit only six fours between them till the 30th over, before Shakib launched into Harry Tector, taking for 22 runs in the 35th over. He struck with a sweep, a dink over cover, another sweep and a square cut, before finishing it off with a fifth boundary, hit straight down the ground. This was the sixth occasion since 2003 that a batter struck more than 20 runs in an over without hitting a six.
A century looked like a foregone conclusion the way Shakib was batting, but Hume had him caught behind on 93. He struck nine fours in his 93-ball innings, which laid a solid foundation for a big total.
Mushfiqur took full advantage of this base, hitting three sixes and as many fours in his 44. He added 80 runs in eight overs for the fifth wicket with Hridoy, but the pair got out within three balls of each other. Taskin and Yasir struck one six each, as Ireland found it hard to stop the flood of runs.