The first ball that Mitchell Marsh faces falls short, but he does not hit it as hard as he could. However, Marsh and the rest of the world remember that he usually thrashes cricket balls under normal circumstances. Marsh and Australia played against Bangladesh in the round, and that game was a reminder that the one-day game could still be phenomenal and aging yet. Cricket, Marsh, Bangladesh, and World Cup shared a special moment, which transcended the negativity surrounding overs 11 to 40. When Marsh eventually left, his struggle was felt even by those who were just watching. His emotions, struggles, and triumph were apparent and appreciated. His 56 balls taught everyone a lesson on the beauty of the one-remaining one day international cricket. During those 56 balls, Marsh’s journey was felt by everyone, and it was a unique experience that only the one remaining day international gave.