Bangladesh made their way through to the Champions Trophy to be played in 2025. The Tigers finished eighth in the table in World Cup 2023 with four points and a net run rate of -1.087 thanks to wins in only two out of their seven matches.

Shakib Al Hasan’s men advanced after Rohit Sharma’s India beat Scott Edwards’ Netherlands by 120 runs in the last league match of the tournament on Sunday, November 12 at the M Chinnaswamy Stadium in Bangalore.

After batting first, India put up a massive score of 410 for the loss of four wickets in 50 overs. Shreyas Iyer and KL Rahul scored half-centuries. Thereafter, the Men in Blue won the match by 160 runs.

Sri Lanka, in the meantime, were out of the race for a Champions Trophy berth after they lost their last league match at the hands of Kane

Williamson’s New Zealand at the same venue in Bangalore.

All three of Bangladesh, Sri Lanka and Netherlands ended their World Cup campaign with four points. But in the end, it was the Tigers who progressed based on a superior net run rate.

Bangladesh had a chance of sealing a Champions Trophy berth when they faced Australia in their last league match on Saturday at the Maharashtra Cricket Association Stadium in Pune. However, they ended up losing the match by eight wickets after Mitchell Marsh scored an unbeaten 177 during Australia’s run-chase.

Netherlands looked impressive after they beat South Africa and Bangladesh, but somehow failed to up their game as the tournament progressed. Sri Lanka, on the other hand, beat the Dutch before taking down defending champions England in Bangalore.
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