Final spots locked in as Super League comes to completion.

ISLAMABAD -- Bangladesh's narrow victory over Ireland in Chelmsford on Sunday has seen the ICC Men's Cricket World Cup Super League come to a completion, with New Zealand crowned the overall winners of the inaugural competition.

The Super League was used as the main qualifying competition for this year's ICC Men's Cricket World Cup and the top eight teams at the end of the cycle managed to earn their places at this year's 50-over showcase.

New Zealand booked their place and finished on top of the standings courtesy of their 16 victories from 24 matches while reigning World Cup champions England were second with 15 wins from the same amount of games, the ICC said in a press release.

Bangladesh rose to third and narrowly in front of fourth-placed India due to their 2-0 series triumph over Ireland, with their four-run victory over the European side on Sunday the final game of the Super League cycle.

Skipper Tamim Iqbal top-scored for Bangladesh with a stylish 69 at the top of the order and a four-wicket haul from...

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