Nasum, a left-arm spinner, returned career-best figures of 4-19 to help dimiss the visitors for 108 as Bangladesh took a 1-0 lead in the five-match series.
West Indies vs Australia: Mitchell Starc, pacers dominate Windies as Aussies win first ODI by 133 runs
Mitchell Starc finished the match with a haul of five for 48.
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West Indies vs Australia: Chris Gayle's pyrotechnics help Windies win by six wickets, clinch T20I series
The West Indies finished at 142/4, chasing down Australia’s total 141/6 with 31 balls to spare.
Cricket Australia's 'piecemeal investigation' into Sandpaper Gate will bite them again, says Michael Vaughan
The trio of then Australian skipper Steve Smith, his deputy David Warner and Cameron Bancroft were banned for their roles in the ball-tampering scandal which happened during the Cape Town Test in 2018.
Here's a comprehensive look at what all has been said on the ball-tampering episode post Cameron Bancroft's claim that bowlers possibly knew of tampering as well.
'You probably left two people out': Michael Clarke unconvinced by bowlers' statement on ball-tampering scandal
Sticking to his stand that the bowlers, who were part of that team, were aware of the plot to tamper with the red cherry during the infamous Cape Town Test against South Africa, Clarke said their statement finds no mention of the incident's chief protagonist, Cameron Bancroft, and the Australian team's former bowling coach, David Saker.
Australia bowlers deny Cameron Bancroft's claim that they knew of ball-tampering, call for end to 'rumour-mongering and innuendo'
Cummins, Josh Hazlewood, Mitchell Starc and Nathan Lyon, who were all part of the team during the ill-fated series against South Africa, issued a joint statement to claim innocence and call for an end to "rumour-mongering and innuendo".
Steve Smith, David Warner and other big names included in Australia's squad for limited-overs tour to West Indies
Marnus Labuschagne however, misses out due to "logistical complexities" of joining the squad from the UK, which would necessitate him to undergo two weeks of quarantine.
Australian Cricketers Association say players should do homework before signing up for overseas agreements
With their country shut for all those flying from India, the suspended IPL's 40-strong Australian contingent, comprising players, support staff and commentators, will be flown to Maldives before getting a connecting flight for home.
In a statement on his official Twitter handle, the 31-year-old urged others to do the same as the country recorded over 3,000 daily deaths for the past few days.
Fleming pointed out that Mumbai Indians also struggled to adapt to Chennai conditions in the tournament opener against Royal Challengers Bangalore on Friday and said teams will have to find ways to adapt to neutral conditions.
This is Behrendorff's second IPL stint after having represented Mumbai Indians in 2019. He played five matches and picked up as many wickets at that time.
IPL 2021: CSK pacer Josh Hazlewood withdraws from tournament to refresh ahead of hectic international season
Hazlewood was to depart with other Australia's IPL-bound players and join CSK but decided to skip the cash-rich league, which will start on 9 April and go on till 30 May, and spend time at home for the next two months.
Chennai Super Kings' Josh Hazlewood joins fellow Australians — Royal Challenger Bangalore's Josh Phillipe and Sunrisers Hyderabad's Mitchell Marsh — in pulling out of the tournament.
IPL 2021: Cricket Australia limits use of its players for advertisements during cash-rich tournament
Cricket Australia (CA) doesn't want its players to feature in advertisements promoting betting, fast food, alcohol and tobacco brands during the next edition of the Indian Premier League.
A total of 19 Australian players participated in the recent IPL which was held in a bio-secure environment in the UAE due to the pandemic.
Besides his 146-ball 91 at in the second innings at Gabba, Gill also had another half-century and looked comfortable in almost all his outings.
India vs Australia: 'Never ever, ever underestimate the Indians,' says Justin Langer after suffering series defeat
Langer said the fightback after the Adelaide debacle was nothing short of remarkable especially after injury-forced ouster of big players like Jasprit Bumrah and Ravindra Jadeja.
Rishabh Pant, Shubman Gill help India breach Fortress Gabba, seal historic Test series win over Australia
India chased down the improbably 328-run target set by Australia to become the first team in 32 years to win a Test at the Brisbane Cricket Ground, sealing the four-match series in their favour as well.