This is the group we are: Mash

There was very little time for Bangladesh captain Mashrafe Bin Mortaza to commend an opening win that appeared to be impossible when the apparatuses were affirmed before he needed to advance toward the post-coordinate question and answer session. It was sufficient time for the chief to get his game face on and face the media and remind the fans that the 21-run prevail upon South Africa at The Oval yesterday was only one game.

"After the success, there's not a lot to state. Everybody is upbeat," Mashrafe said. "We are seeing each other group as greater than us, so we are progressively centered around our own game. We would prefer not to be excessively energized. We simply have two points up until now. We need to beat huge groups in the event that we need to do well in this competition."

Bangladesh had appeared on the scene Cup as among the best-readied groups. On May 17 they won their first multi-group ODI trophy by beating West Indies in the last of the tri-arrangement in Ireland. In any case, on Saturday, he said that it is ideal to disregard that outcome before beginning their World Cup battle.

"I contemplate the present game currently," was his message yesterday as well. "We need to anticipate the match against New Zealand, and endeavor to execute it appropriately. Regardless of whether we lost this match, it would not have had any kind of effect for the game against New Zealand. This success will give us certainty, however more difficulties anticipate us, particularly for our batsmen."

The batsmen were the stars of the day as every one of the best seven - from opener Soumya Sarkar's 30-ball 42, Shakib Al Hasan and Mushfiqur Rahim's innings-forming 142-run third-wicket stand, Mohammad Mithun's appearance of a run-a-ball 21 to the 66-run 6th wicket remain in only 41 balls from Mahmudullah Riyad and Mosaddek Hossain toward the end - added to setting up an all out that was unreasonably useful for South Africa.

At that point the bowlers bowled as a gathering, with Mustafizur Rahman driving the path with three for 67, Mehedi Hasan Miraz playing out the guarded spinner's job to flawlessness with practical figures of 44 for one from 10 overs and Shakib picking his 250th wicket amid another affordable spell of one for 50 from 10. Having approached the earlier day for a coordinated exertion, and focusing on that that was Bangladesh's quality and business as usual, Mashrafe really wanted to loll in the fulfillment of his group executing to such an abnormal state.

"This is the group we are. We for the most part win when everybody contributes. When a large portion of our players venture up, there's a decent probability to win the matches. I think we have been fortunate, and played so well."

It was not well before he pulled things back. At the point when asked whether this was their best World Cup execution, he was not prepared to go up until this point.

"We played well in 2007, and did well in a couple of matches in 2011. On the off chance that you are taking about explicit matches I don't think this is our best win. Be that as it may, it was difficult for us in these conditions, playing in England. It is a standout amongst our best exhibitions, and I adored the manner in which we played today. It won't occur ordinary, I am certain, yet I would love it in the event that we could."

He singled Soumya out for extraordinary recognition after the opener pursued three progressive fifties win Ireland with a prevailing 42 yesterday.

"He accomplishes something out of the case," Mashrafe said. "We give him a ton of opportunity too. Play your shots and convey what needs be as much as you can. He is doing as such well since the Ireland tri-arrangement. In the training match against India, he was the person who took them on. Ideally his certainty will continue onward. He needs to conform to the swinging ball. I trust his consistency remains."

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