Bangladesh beat West Indies by 9 wickets in 2nd ODI, clinch series
Own Correspondent, Dhaka, July 14: Bangladesh have completed their fifth consecutive bilateral seris win, with defeating West Indies by 9 wickets in the second One Day International at the Providence stadium and clinching the three-match ODI series with one match left.
After winning the toss, Bangladesh captain decided to bowl first and they bowled West Indies out for 108 in just 35 overs.
Chasing 109 runs, Bangladesh reached their target in just 20.4 overs (112/1) with loss of 1 wicket, and won the game by 9 wickets.
Bangladesh openers Tamim Iqbal and Najmul Hossain Shanto scored 50* off 62 balls and 20 of 36 respectively. Liton Das, who came to bat at number three, hit an unbeaten 27-ball 32.
Gudakesh Motie took the only wicket for West Indies.
For Bangladesh, Mehidy Hasan and Nasum Ahmed took 4 and 3 wickets respectively, while Shoriful Islam and Mosaddek Hossain each took one wicket.
Windies batter Keemo Paul was the top scorer for West Indies side as he hit unbeaten 24-ball 25.
The third and last match of the ODI series will be played on Saturday (July 16) at the same venue.