BAN vs WI 2nd ODI, Yesterday Match Result, Highlights: Seven wickets were split By Mehidy and Nasum Before Tamim Iqbal Hit An Unbroken Half-century

After losing the Test and T20I series to West Indies, Bangladesh triumphed in the ODI series, winning the second game with more than 29 overs to spare.

When West Indies were forced to bat first, they were dismissed for 108 runs in 35 overs. With the loss of one wicket, Bangladesh was able to reach the target in fewer than 21 overs.

The West Indies were once again unable to handle spin, as Mehidy Hasan Miraz finished the thrashing with 4 for 29 and Nasum Ahmed claimed his first ODI wickets to open the West Indies’ collapse.

The home team enjoyed some early good fortune when openers Kyle Mayers and Shai Hope successfully challenged lbw rulings against Nasum and Mehidy, respectively. The hitters, however, didn’t last very long.

As Mayers attempted to defend aggressively, Mosaddek Hossain bowled him. Then, in his second game, Nasum bowled Shamarh Brooks for his maiden ODI wicket.

Nasum caught captain Nicholas Pooran dragging on and Mosaddek caught Hope after she missed a slog sweep attempt. In six overs, three of which were maidens, Nasum had 3 for 9 off of West Indies’ score of 45 for 4.

By the 25th over, Mosaddek had completed all 10 of his overs. Despite the pressure he and Nasum created, West Indies continued to take frustrated strokes despite his 1 for 37.

In an attempt to flick medium-pacer Shoriful Islam, Rovman Powell was out for 13, and Brandon King charged but missed Mehidy, who was bowled for 11. 

West Indies was 72 for 7 when Akeal Hosein, who was coming from the non-end, was too slow and ran out at 2.

The player of the match was Nasum, who was brought in for his final two overs and finished with 3 for 19 off of 10.

Mehidy dismissed Romario Shepherd for 4, and Alzarri Joseph edged Mehidy behind, leaving West Indies at 86 for 9. Mehidy asserted that Gudakesh Motie had left Keemo. Paul was out of options at 25.

Najmul Hossain Shanto was taken out by Motie, but fellow openers Tamim Iqbal and Liton Das didn’t let the chase get out of hand. 

Tamim reached 50 not out off 62 balls to complete the game with his seventh boundary, marking his 53rd ODI fifty.

For their sixth consecutive victory in a bilateral series, the visitors won the two ODIs by scores of six and nine wickets. 

At the same Providence Stadium on Saturday for the final ODI and tour match, Bangladesh will be favored to defeat the West Indies for the 11th consecutive time.

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