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Second One-day International

Bangladesh v West Indies 1999-2000

2001: At Dhaka, October 9 (day/night)

One-day International

Bangladesh v West Indies 1999-2000

2001: At Dhaka, October 8 (day/night)

Bangladesh 0-2 West Indies

The West Indians in Bangladesh, 1999-2000

2001: As part of the mission to broaden Bangladesh's international experience while they campaigned for Test status, the West Indians visited Dhaka briefly in October before going on to the Coca-Cola Champions' Trophy in Sharjah

Lara smashes second fastest ODI hundred

Oct 9, 1999: The weekend crowd at Bangabandhu National Stadium here Saturday witnessed a magical innings of Brian Lara making the second quickest one-day century

Zahid Newaz

Lara's genius as West Indies take the series

Oct 9, 1999: With a swashbuckling 117 off 62 balls by captain Brian Lara, the visiting West Indies beat Bangladesh by 109 runs at the floodlit Bangabandhu National Stadium Saturday to clinch the Biman Millenium Cup

Zahid Newaz

West Indies defeat Bangladesh by 73 runs in first ODI

Oct 8, 1999: Minnows Bangladesh experienced a 73 runs defeat to test elite West Indies in the first of the two-match ODI series at floodlit Bangabandhu National Stadium Friday

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Lara's batting worry

Oct 7, 1999: Dhaka - Brian Lara expressed concern about his team's batting after the West Indies were restricted to 249 in their first innings on the second day of a three-day match against Bangladesh yesterday

West Indian team arrives in Dhaka

Oct 1, 1999: West Indies, led by world record holder batsman Brian Lara, arrived here Friday afternoon on a 10-day visit to Bangladesh

Zahid Newaz

West Indies tour of Bangladesh: Itinerary

Sep 26, 1999: The West Indies-Bangladesh two one-day series have been titled as "Biman Millennium Cup", President of Bangladesh Cricket Board (BCB) and Deputy Minister for LGRD and Cooperatives Saber Hossain Chowdhury said in Dhaka on Saturday, reports BSS

Akram Khan injured, misses Bangladesh selection

Sep 21, 1999: Bangladesh Cricket Board (BCB) Saturday announced a 16-member Bangladesh team to play against West Indies next month here leaving out Akram Khan as the dependable batsman withdrew himself due to injury

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