- Bangladesh beat Windies in 2nd ODI
- Bangladesh thrashed the hosts by 9 wickets
- Bangladesh got an unassailable 2-0 lead in the series
WI vs BAN: West Indies’ difficulty in the ODI series against Bangladesh is increasing. The way he was defeated on his own soil in the second match of the series was embarrassing. Bangladesh, who struggled in the Test series, registered their second successive win back to back against the Caribbean team in ODIs. He defeated Windies by 9 wickets in the second ODI of the series. With this win, Bangladesh also took an unassailable 2-0 lead over the hosts West Indies.
Windies barely crossed 100
Batting first in this match, the host West Indies batsmen could stay at the crease for only 35 overs. The condition of the team was so bad that it had to struggle a lot even to go beyond 100. Keemo Paul, who came to bat at number eight, scored the highest 25 runs for the Caribbean team. Captain Nicholas Pooran could not even open his account. He was dismissed for a golden duck off Nasoom Ahmed. The hosts were all out for 108 runs. Bangladeshi bowler Nasoom Ahmed walked three of the Windies’ top order batsmen. He took three wickets for 19 runs in 10 overs. He was adjudged the player of the match for this excellent performance.
Tamim’s half-century got an easy win
Bangladesh got off to a good start chasing the target of 109 runs. Tamim Iqbal and Najmul Hossain Santo shared 48 runs for the first wicket. Bangladesh chased down the target in the 21st over. Tamim 50 and Liton Das were not out after scoring 32 runs at the time of this victory in a one-sided match. In the first ODI, Bangladesh beat West Indies by 6 wickets.