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West Indies Vs Bangladesh Live Score (TEST)

Date: Thursday, 12 July, 2018 IST Venue: Sabina Park, Kingston, Jamaica Match Status: Match Ended

West Indies beat Bangladesh by 166 runs

West Indies 354/10 (112.0 ov) R/R 3.16

Bangladesh 149/10 (46.1 ov) R/R 3.23

West Indies 129/10 (45.0 ov) R/R 2.87

Bangladesh 168/10 (42.0 ov) R/R 4

Match Ended

  • Taijul Islam 0,
  • Abu Jayed 0
Batsman Status R B 4s 6s
Taijul Islam not out 13 22 2 0
Bowling 0 M R W
Jason Holder 13 3 59 6
Shannon Gabriel 9 2 29 1

Current Partnership

0 ( 0.5 ) R/R:0

Taijul Islam 0(0)

Abu Jayed 0(5)

Last Wicket 168/10 (42 over)

Abu Jayed 0 (5) S.R (0.00)

b Jason Holder

  • Time for the glory moment. Jason Holder has the trophy in his hands and is posing along with his teammates for photographs. They have big smiles on their faces. The hosts will be really happy with the series win. Their bowling was highly impressive and on every occasion, they bowled out Bangladesh. The away side need to improve drastically. The tour is not done yet as the shorter formats are to follow, 3 ODIs and 3 T20Is to be precise. They are a potent team in white-ball cricket and they will be eager to prove that. Join us for the 1st ODI at 0930 Local (1330 GMT) in Guyana to catch all the action. Till then, cheers!
  • Windies skipper, Man of the Match and Series, Jason Holder says that they have played some really good cricket. Adds that different players have stood up on different occasions. Mentions that he wanted to give his best and pushed himself and that worked for him. Credits all the coaches as well as the team management for their support. Points out that they need to get more runs and wants his top order to contribute more. Feels that the intensity in the fielding was good in this game but they still need to work on it. Ends by saying that they are heading in the right direction and expects his players to continue in the same manner.
  • Bangladesh skipper, Shakib Al Hasan says that it was a tough game for them. Adds that they need to sit down and work things out. Mentions that their spinners were really good but their batters didn't show character. States that it was a disappointing series for them. Expresses that he believes in his team. Points out that in the last 3-4 years they have bounced back often. Credits that the hosts bowled really well and deserve every bit of it. Expresses that it feels bad that they haven' been performing well away from home since 18-19 years and they need to improve on that. Feels there are some positives to take away. Adds that Mehidy Hasan was good throughout. Also praises Abu Jayed and wants him to carry on for the next 6-7 years.
  • The away side did fight back in the second innings with the ball but they were already a long way behind in the game. The skipper, Shakib Al Hasan weaved his magic with the ball, taking a 6-fer, giving a glimmer of hope to his side. Still, it was an uphill task for the tourists as they needed to chase 335. There was no change in the script as the Windies once again worked their way with the ball, not giving Bangladesh any sniff. Jason Holder hogged the limelight, by taking 11 wickets in the game to shut down the game.
  • In reply, Bangladesh were insipid with the bat. There were no substantial contributions as they kept on losing wickets in a heap. Holder took a fifer to cause the downfall while Gabriel and the debutant, Paul took two apiece. That meant that the tourists ended up conceding a big lead of 205.
  • After being put into bat, the hosts got off to a cautious start. Kraigg Brathwaite was the one who held fort and stroked a fine ton. He got good support from Shimron Hetmyer, who scored a half century. For the visitors, Mehidy Hasan was the star as he took a five-wicket haul and supported well by Abu Jayed who picked 3 wickets.
  • The Windies have beaten Bangladesh black and blue to take the series 2-0. It has been a really good performance from them and they are the deserved winners. After setting a big target of 335 on a two-paced track, their bowlers were on the money once again. Holder was the standout performer, as he made the ball talk at will and took a 6-fer, taking 11 wickets overall in the game. There was no resistance apart from the 59-run stand between Shakib and Rahim.
  • 41.6 OUT! Bowled 'em! Holder finishes off in style, taking a 6-fer in this innings. He has his hands aloft, a terrific performance from the home team. Attacks the stumps with a full ball, Jayed tries to turn it across but the ball swings back in to hit the stumps. Customary handshakes all around. WINDIES WIN BY 166 RUNS, TAKING THE SERIES 2-0.
  • 41.5 Length ball outside off, played off the outer half of the bat towards point.
  • 41.4 Shortish ball outside off, played with an angled bat towards backward point.
  • 41.3 Angling to Jayed as he clips it to mid-wicket.
  • 41.2 Back of a length ball, kept out watchfully.
  • Abu Jayed is the last man in.
  • 41.1 OUT! Can't get more adjacent than that! Holder bags a 10-fer to his name and he has a big smile on his face. He has been belligerent all through and has got the rewards as well. He hurls in a fuller length ball around off and it seams back in sharply to go past the defense of Islam to ping him on the back pad. As soon as Jason rises up in his appeal, the dreaded finger of the umpire goes up.
  • 40.6 Full and wide outside off, Islam goes after it but misses. 168/8

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