The International Cricket Council (ICC) has suspended Bangladesh captain Mashrafe Mortaza for one One-Day International game following his side's poor over-rate during the quarter-final clash against India in Melbourne.
Rohit Sharma scored the highest score in a World Cup quarter-final as India produced a near flawless batting, bowling and fielding performance to thump Bangladesh by 109 runs at the Melbourne Cricket Ground.
Martin Guptill produced an elegant century under pressure to help New Zealand pull off their highest World Cup run chase in a nail-biting finish as they beat Bangladesh by three wickets in Hamilton to make it six out of six in the group stage.
England and Bangladesh went down to the wire, with Bangladesh holding on to advance, leaving England and their fans to wonder what went wrong. I put it to our Twitter followers to come up with their thoughts on the situation, using three words or less.
It was joy for Asian underachievers and agony for the traditional bigwigs at the Adelaide Oval as Bangladesh, on the back of a Mahmudullah century, knocked England out of the World Cup, winning a fiercely contested game by 15 runs.
It took a concerted effort from Bangladesh, led by Tamim Iqbal and Mushfiqur Rahim, to overcome a Kyle Coetzer challenge as they chased down 318 against Scotland in their Pool A World Cup encounter at the Saxton Oval.
Sri Lanka finally showed the class that took them to the previous two World Cup finals, thumping Bangladesh by 92 runs at the Melbourne Cricket Ground (MCG), on the back of centuries from Tillakaratne Dilshan and Kumar Sangakkara.
The International Cricket Council (ICC) has confirmed on Tuesday that pacer Shafiul Islam will join the Bangladesh's World Cup squad, replacing Al-Amin Hossain, who was sent home for breaking the team curfew.