How often does it happen that a Test playing nation is beaten by a team who is playing their first ODI since 1979? Not every four years of course. In one of the most bizarre matches in World Cup history, Bangladesh were beaten by newcomers Canada in the 2003 World Cup match between the minnows on 10th February. Canada was restricted to a low score of 180 with a decent bowling effort by the Bangladeshi bowlers and it was expected that the batsmen will give Bangladesh an easy win in the match. But Canadian spinner Austin Codrington had other plans and he ended up taking 5 for 27. Bangladesh were bowled out for 120 runs and lost.