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Bangladesh v Ireland
Barbados, 15 April 2007

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Ireland's Jeremy Bray and William Porterfield make a quick single

Ireland win the toss and bat with Jeremy Bray and William Porterfield building a solid opening partnership in Barbados

Porterfield survives an appeal from Shahadat Hossain

Porterfield survives an appeal from Shahadat Hossain who is playing his first game of the World Cup in place of Syed Rasel

Ireland's Porterfield hits out

Ireland's solid start continues with Porterfield dominating the attack as the Irish reach 55 without loss from 15 overs

Indian fans show their frustration while watching Bangladesh's clash with Ireland

Indian fans show their frustration after securing tickets for what was expected to be their team's clash with Pakistan

Ireland's Bray flicks the ball away

Bray supplies solid support to his opening partner as the pair help Ireland progress to 91-0 from 25 overs

Bray is run-out while Bangladesh's keeper Mushfiqur Rahim celebrates

Bangladesh take their first wicket as Bray is run-out for 31 leaving Ireland 96-1 in the 26th over

Eoin Morgan lies on the floor after being run-out

Eoin Morgan enters the fray but is soon back in the dressing room after being run-out for just five with Ireland 101-2

Mohammad Rafique takes the catch to remove Porterfield

Mohammad Rafique takes the catch to remove Porterfield who makes a fine 85 leaving Ireland 176-4 from 42 overs

Ireland's Kevin O'Brien is run-out

Ireland's Kevin O'Brien makes 48 from 44 balls including a couple of sixes before being run-out with Ireland 215-5

Ireland's captain Trent Johnston hits out

Ireland's captain Trent Johnston makes a rapid 30 from 23 balls to help his side post a competitive total of 243-7

Boyd Rankin strikes for Ireland

Boyd Rankin strikes for Ireland as he removes Shahriar Nafees - caught behind for seven with Bangladesh 19-1

Ireland's Andre Botha is mobbed by his team-mates

Ireland's Andre Botha claims the second Bangladesh wicket as Aftab Ahmed edges a wide one to O'Brien for 12

Tamim Iqbal's drive is deflected onto the stumps by Botha leaving Saqibul Hasan stranded

The Tigers slip to 48-3 as Tamim Iqbal's drive is deflected onto the stumps by Botha leaving Saqibul Hasan stranded

Trent Johnston celebrates

Irish captain Johnston puts Ireland in the driving seat as he clean bowls Iqbal for 29 with Bangladesh 93-4

O'Brien congratulates Rankin

Rankin reduces Bangladesh to 102-5 as Mohammad Ashraful is caught on the boundary for 35

Mushfiqur Rahim is bowled by Kyle McCallan

Mushfiqur Rahim is bowled by Kyle McCallan for 16 with Bangladesh in serious trouble on 133-6

Dave Langford-Smith performs a jig of delights after claiming a return catch to remove Mashrafe Mortaza

Dave Langford-Smith claims a simple return catch to remove Mashrafe Mortaza for a duck with Bangladesh 134-7

Langford-Smith celebrates removing Rafique

Langford-Smith strikes again as Ireland head for victory with the dismissal of Rafique - caught by Johnston for two

Johnston celebrates as he bowls Habibul Bashar to seal Ireland's win

Johnston wraps up a famous Irish win as he knocks back Habibul Bashar's off stump to seal a 74-run win

Johnston and his players salute the large army of Irish fans after the victory

Johnston and his players celebrate with the large army of Irish fans in Barbados after the comprehensive win over the Tigers



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