BARROW’s cricketing superstar Liam Livingstone was once again involved for England as they beat Bangladesh by 137 runs in the Cricket World Cup at the Himachal Pradesh Cricket Association Stadium in Dharsmsala, India.

The spin bowler bowled three overs and took the wicket of Towhid Hridoy with his first ball after he had accumulated 39 runs with Bangladesh attempting to chase down a target set by England of 364/9.

His delivery dragged the batsman forward and then turned enough to take the outside edge, which was well taken by wicket keeper Jos Buttler with Bangladesh on 191/7 off 39 overs.

Bangladesh finished all out for 227/10 after 48.2 overs.

Earlier in England’s innings, the usually dangerous all-rounder was bowled for a golden duck by Shoriful Islam, who had taken the wicket of Joe Root in his previous ball after scoring 82 runs from 68 balls.

But it didn’t matter as Dawid Malen’s century (140 off 107 balls) and Jonny Bairstow’s half century (52 off 59 balls) was more than enough for England to put their nine-wicket defeat to New Zealand behind them.

The Three Lions face Afghanistan next at the Arun Jaitley Stadium in New Delhi on October 15.