Bangladesh smothered a lackluster South Africa to begin the Cricket World Cup with an easy 21-run victory at the Oval.
Bangladesh launched its campaign in style on the back of its biggest World Cup partnership of 142 by Mushfiqur Rahim and Shakib Al Hasan, the world's top-ranked allrounder.
Mahmudullah scored a quickfire 46 to steer Bangladesh to their highest total at the World Cups.
Quinton de Kock was involved in a rather embarrassing run-out for South Africa's first wicket.
Faf Du Plessis scored 62 off 53 but couldn't steer South Africa to their first win, as the side fell short by 21 runs.
South Africa's injury woes have deepened after paceman Lungi Ngidi limped away with a left hamstring problem after delivering only four overs.