Lowest team total in world cup is 36, made by Canada against England but that's understandable as they aren't full ICC member. Even the next two lowest totals in cricket's biggest tournament have been made by teams who don't play regularly but today, Bangladesh were bowled out for just 58 which is now the 4th lowest total in history of World cups..
Electing to bat first, Sher-e-bangla stadium in Mirpur was buzzing with locals packing up the venue but soon, Caribbean team shut them up by taking wicket of star batsman Tamim Iqbal in the very first over. One over from Sulieman Benn, Windies captain Darren Sammy brought himself into the attack and it worked splendidly as he took 3 wickets while Benn returned to take 4 wickets with his loopy left arm spin. Pitch wasn't doing too much but application from home team batting was no where to be found and Roach returned to take 2 more wickets and finish the innings.
This is now Bangladesh's lowest total in one day cricket.
West Indies didn't have a significant chase and they achieved it in less than a hour's play.
Kemar Roach was declared man of the match for his 3 important wickets.
The scorecard : West Indies v Bangladesh : World cup 2011 : 5 March :-