Bangladesh crush West Indies in final ODI
Chittagong: Bangladesh won the third and final one—day international against West Indies by eight wickets to conclude the three—match series on Tuesday.
The hosts, who lost the previous two games, reached the winning target of 62 in just 20 overs after West Indies was bundled out for 61 in 22 overs.
Opener Tamim Iqbal was not out on 36 along with skipper Mushfiqur Rahim on 10 at the end of the match at Zahur Ahmed Chowdhury Stadium.
Kemar Roach (1—16) claimed opener Imrul Kayes for 11, caught by Kieren Pollard, while Marlon Samuels (1—15) dismissed Shahriar Nafees for a duck.
West Indies was dismissed earlier amid tight bowling by Bangladesh led by former skipper Shakib Al Hasan who claimed four wickets, while conceding only 16 runs.
Bangladeshi bowlers Nasir Hossain and Shafiul Islam also took two wickets.
Shakib trapped skipper Darren Sammy lbw for 2 while bowled Danesh Ramdin (4), had Carlos Brathwaite lbw for 11 and dismissed Anthony Martin (1).
Nasir Hossain (2—3) dismissed opener Kieran Powell for 25, the highest score for West Indies, while he caught and bowled Pollard for a duck.
Shafiul Islam had Samuels (5), caught by Sohrawardy Shuvo, and claimed Darren Bravo for a duck, caught behind by Rahim.
Nazmul Hossain claimed other opener Danza Hyatt (3). Shuvo caught and bowled Andre Russel for 2.
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