19 April 2007
West Indies win by 99 runs
The World Cup 2007 campaign for Bangladesh ended with a 99 run loss against West Indies. Even though West Indies had a shaky start, with two wickets lost within 8 runs, they came back strongly in the end. They posted a challenging total of 230/5 after playing their 50-overs quota. Sarwan scored a match-saving 91*.
In response, Bangladesh lost their top 5 batsmen within 35 runs. A 58-run partnership between Mushfiqur Rahim and Mashrafee Mortaza saved the team from facing a humiliating defeat in the bouncy track of Kingston Oval. Bangladesh were bowled out for 131 after 43.5 overs.
Bangladesh have ended their World Cup 2007 campaign at the 7th position, out of the 16 participating teams.