Bangladesh handed South Africa to a second World Cup defeat in four days, subduing the lackustre Proteas by 21 runs at The Oval.
All-rounder Shakib Al Hasan became the fastest man to 250 wickets and 5,000 ODI runs in his 199th match, with a vital one for 50 with the ball and 75 with the bat.
Bangladesh notched their highest-ever ODI score of 330-6, to add another World Cup scalp of South Africa to their famous win of 2007.
In reply, Quinton De Kock’s mix-up run out summed up South Africa’s day, the wicketkeeper batsman departing for 23 after Aiden Markram rejected a run. Rassie Van Der Dussen and JP Duminy both reached the 40s, but neither could kick on as Bangladesh continued to turn the screw.
The Proteas ended on 309-8 from their full allocation; some way shy and doubtless prompting a sizeable internal inquest.
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