ENG – BAN, Women’s World Cup: England sealed a mighty win in 100 rounds against Bangladesh in their last group game to secure a place in the semi-finals.
ICC Women’s World Cup: England beat Bangladesh to advance to semi-finals (ICC Photo)
- The English women defeated the Bangladeshi women and advanced to the semi-finals
- The English women reached the semi-finals as the third team
- Bangladesh finished seventh in the points table after this loss
Defending champions England beat Bangladesh by a hundred runs to reach the semi-finals of the ICC Women’s World Cup when Sophia Dunkley took the lead with a run-a-ball 67 on Sunday. After that loss, Bangladesh finished seventh in the points table in their first-ever Women’s World Cup.
— ICC (@ICC) March 27, 2022
England have now joined Australia and South Africa and will join either India or the West Indies depending on the result in Christchurch later today. A fourth straight win not only secures England a place in the semi-finals but also marks an incredible turnaround after a hat-trick of defeats looked like the defending champions’ title defense would end at the first hurdle.