England Under-19s 177 for 3 (Brook 102*, Woods 48*) beat Bangladesh Under-19s 175 (Afif 63, Bamber 3-19, Woods 3-26) by seven wickets
Captain Harry Brook's unbeaten century, coupled with three-fors from fast bowler Ethan Bamber and offspinner Euan Woods powered England to their second successive victory at the Under-19 World Cup, with seven wickets and 123 balls to spare.
Bangladesh, having opted to bat, found themselves 27 for 4 within the first nine overs and struggled to recover. A 94-run fifth-wicket stand between Afif Hossain (63 off 85) and Aminul Islam (31 off 64) provided the semblance of stability before they lost four wickets for 14 runs. From 135 for 8 in the 36th over, they best they could do was try to last their full quota. They fell four balls short.
England too suffered an early wobble when they began their chase, with their third wicket falling with only 49 on the board. But Brook, following his unbeaten 59 on Monday, slammed an 84-ball 102, which featured 13 fours and three sixes, as he put together a match-winning 128-run partnership with Woods, who was two short of a half-century when the game ended.