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Bangladesh have inflicted a second straight loss on South Africa at the Cricket World Cup in London.
Bangladesh powered their way to their highest One-Day International total at the Oval and then matched their batting prowess with smart bowling to beat the Proteas by 21 runs.
It was a major scalp for Bangladesh and the victory underlined their reputation as dangerous outsiders at the tournament.
Mushfiqur Rahim and Shakib Al Hasan put together a record partnership as Bangladesh reached 330 for six wickets after being put into bat.
That meant South Africa needed to pull off the highest run chase in World Cup history, but they fell short, ending on 309 for eight.
South Africa lost the opening match of the tournament beaten by hosts England by 104 runs.
Bangladesh's next match is against New Zealand on Thursday.
All Black Sevens beaten
The All Black Sevens have lost 35-24 to Fiji in the final of the Paris leg of the world series, to finish the competition third overall.
Fiji, who finished second to the United States last year, had already secured this year's series title before the Paris final.
They won five of the 10 tournaments to top the table with 186 points. The US were second on 177, with New Zealand a further 15 points back in third.
Fiji had the Paris final wrapped up by halftime, leading 28-7, although the All Blacks Sevens narrowed the margin with three late tries, including a double for Regan Ware.
Player of the match Napolioni Bolaca led an outstanding Fijian effort, amassing 20 points - two tries and five conversions in a sublime performance.
Anthony Joshua vows to 'get belts back' after 'minor setback'
Anthony Joshua vowed to "get the belts back" after calling his sensational heavyweight world-title defeat by Andy Ruiz Jr a "minor setback".
Joshua, 29, was floored four times as Ruiz defied underdog status to win in seven rounds and deliver a true shock to the sport at Madison Square Garden.
He said: "It's a test of character. I'll see what is next and move on."
Promoter Eddie Hearn said a rematch is a "must win" because Joshua's options will be "nothing after that".
A rematch clause was part of the contract and Hearn said he expected it to take place "in England in November or December". Ruiz himself says he will take the contest at any time.
Federer continues on winning way in Paris
Roger Federer's dream return to the French Tennis Open continued as the Swiss waltzed into quarter-finals with a straight sets win over Argentine Leonardo Mayer.
The 20-times Grand Slam champion, back at Roland Garros after a three-year hiatus, edged closer to a potential semi-final showdown with champion Rafael Nadal by cruising through the opening rounds seemingly unchallenged and his last-16 encounter was no exception winning 6-2 6-3 6-3.
Things are likely to get trickier for Federer from now on as the third seed will next face a resurgent Stan Wawrinka, the champion in 2015 who beat Greek sixth seed Stefanos Tsitsipas in a five-set thriller.
Wawrinka beat Federer in straight sets en route to the 2015 French Open title.
Rafael Nadal stands three victories away from winning 12th French Open title after beating Argentina's Juan Ignacio Londero 6-2 6-3 6-3.
In the women's draw last year's runner-up Sloane Stephens downed former champion Garbine Muguruza 6-4 6-3 to book her place in the quarter-finals.