England have beaten Bangladesh by eight wickets in their T20 Super 12 World Cup match in Abu Dhabi.

Opener Jason Roy's 61 from 38 balls guided England to a second win of the competition, after beating West Indies in their opener.

Worcestershire Rapids' captain Moeen Ali took the first two wickets of the Bangladesh innings, as England restricted their opponents to 124/9.

Roy and his teammates made light work of the run chase, with the opener hitting five 4s and three 6s.

Jos Butler made 18 before being caught off the bowling of Nasum Ahmed but Roy, with David Malan in company (28 not out) secured a comfortable win.

They are now two from two in Group 1 and sit top of the table.

They are next in action on Saturday against Australia (3pm BST).