Chittagong, Oct 13: Ben Duckett and Sam Billings scored half-centuries as England beat Bangladesh by four wickets in their third one-day international on Wednesday(October 12), sealing a 2-1 victory in the series.
The hosts compiled a decent 277-6 but England raced to victory with 13 balls to spare, playing methodical cricket and ending Bangladesh's unbeaten run in their six bilateral series.
Duckett scored 63, his second half-century in the series, while Billings, who replaced injured Jason Roy in the opening slot, made 62.
Winners!! 🏆 pic.twitter.com/OIixEUmIdS— England Cricket (@englandcricket) October 12, 2016
Those two knocks kept England on course and Ben Stokes, 47 not out, kept up the momentum to win a series which became heated following a verbal spat between players of the two teams in the second match.
Fast bowlers Mashrafe Mortaza and Shafiul Islam claimed two wickets apiece for Bangladesh.