Combining Bangladesh’s series of spin-bowling talents, visitors skate the West Indies in just 108 at the second one-day international tournament of the three-game series at the Guyana National Stadium on Wednesday. I strongly supported the victory of the clinch.
Off-spinner Mehidy Hasan Miraz led the rout with a number of 29-4, while left-handed slow bowler Nasum Ahmed claimed 19-3. The homeside batsman reappeared all over the ocean on a pitch that provided considerable support to the spinners.
The West Indies, who lost six wickets in their first match at the same venue on Sunday, sought to build a more stable platform after being batted as expected by Bangladeshi captain Tamim Ikubal.
However, the dismissal of Kyle Mayers by a spin of Mosadek Hossein after 27 opening stands with 11 overs caused a slide where the host saw the host crash to 86 for 9s with 31 overs.
The undefeated 25 by all-rounder Keemopole and the last 22 wicket stands with fellow Guyana Gudekeshmoti have exceeded at least 100 runs in the West Indies.
However, it leaves Motie and fellow frontline spinner Akeal Hosein with a major challenge to rival the success of their Bangladesh opponents and prevent their opponents from extending their ODI win streak against the West Indies to 10 games. increase.