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Bangladesh want to build on 'remarkable' Cricket World Cup

Bangladeshi players celebrate victory over England after their Cricket World Cup Pool A match, at the Adelaide Oval, on March 9, 2015Bangladesh hope their “remarkable” progress into the World Cup quarter-finals will help the passionate cricketing nation build for the future and compete on a regular basis with stronger rivals. Ranked number nine in the one-day standings, Bangladesh defeated number six England to qualify for the knockout round for the first time. High on confidence after their tough fight against Pool A table-toppers New Zealand on Friday, a match won by the co-hosts by just three wickets, Bangladesh now face defending champions India in the quarter-finals in Melbourne on March 19. Bangladesh Cricket Board (BCB) chief executive Nizam Uddin Chowdhury described Bangladesh’s progress as remarkable.

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