LAHORE - Bangladesh riding on Anamul Haque century beat Pakistan in Under 19 World Cup to win the seventh position in the tournament, according to information made available here on Friday.

Bangladesh won the toss and invited Pakistan to bat first at Townsville. Pakistan team lost their top five wickets at the total of 81 runs. M Nawaz scored 82, Shahid Ilyas 44 and Faraz Ali 43 to guide Pakistan to 235 runs mark.

Anamul Haque with his magnificent 128 runs and opener Litton Das 53 runs helped Bangladesh to reach 239 runs and won the match by five wickets.

England defeat West Indies: In the fifth place play-off, England U-19 defeated West Indies U-19 by 13 runs. Batting first, England youngsters scored 241 runs for the loss of nine wickets in the allotted 50 overs. SKW Wood was top scorer for the winners as he smashed cracking 104 runs off 128 balls laced with four fours and seven sixes while Topley was another batsman who played well and scored 26 runs. JP Greaves grabbed three wickets for 38 runs while DYA Davis and KR Mayers took two wickets each. In reply, though JD Campbell scored impressive 105 runs but could save his team from defeat as West Indies U-19 were all out on 228 runs in 48.3 overs.

Sri Lanka outclass Afghanistan: In plate final match, Sri Lanka U-19 outclassed Afghanistan U-19 won by seven wickets. Afghanistan U-19, batting first, scored 194 for nine in 50 overs which Sri Lankan achieved in 39 overs for the loss of three wickets.

Scotland edge out Ireland: In the 11th playoff, Scotland U-19 edged out Ireland U-19 by five wickets. Batting first, Ireland U-19 scored 182 runs all out in 49.4 overs which Scotland U-19 achieved successfully for the loss of five wickets in 41.4 overs.