• BATSMEN
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    4s
    6s
    SR
    5.3 and that's the end of Hyatt. A touch of frustration in the shot. Length ball, there for the drive outside off, but Hyatt seemed keen to smash it in the air instead of drive along the ground. He just plonked the front foot forward and heaved a touch early into the off side, but the ball took the outside edge to loop into the lone slip's hand. 10/1
    11.2 what a stunner. Powell's gone to a piece of Muralitharanesque mystery from Hossain. Tossed up, curving in, pitched on leg stump, gripped, spun and beat the outside edge to hit off stump and leave the batsman completely befuddled. All similarities with Murali ended there, as Hossain celebrates with an ugly WWE gesture - the DX chop to be spedcific. The crowd seems to like it, though. 34/3
    10.5 if you didn't see that coming, you're following the wrong sport. Samuels is on his way. Length ball outside off, Samuels again refuses to reach forward and just looks to carve it over the off side from the crease. No pace to work with, at all. He ends up spooning it to sweeper cover where Shuvo takes an easy catch. 33/2
    12.4 If there's rain coming, West Indies are doing their bit to ensure it doesn't wash out the game. Bravo perishes now, to a lazy square drive away from the body as Shafiul plugs away on a length just outside off. The ball did nothing off the pitch, it didn't bounce much either and was dying alarmingly on Rahim who takes a very smart catch, low down. 36/5
    11.3 Two balls back Nasir had no ODI wickets. Now he is on a hat-trick. Tossed up outside off and turning in, draws Pollard forward and he helpfully pats it back to the bowler at a perfect catching height. Windies in big trouble now. 34/4
    13.1 whoa, another wicket. Sammy gives his critics more grist to work with. It was Shakib's usual fare, angled in from slightly wide of the crease and straightening from middle. Sammy played an appalling shot, plonking the front foot forward and looking to play well away from the pad with an angled face when he should have brandished straight bat. He misses, Shakib hits him flush in front, and umpire Reiffel does the rest. 38/6
    15.2 easy as they come. Shakib skids one along, straight in after landing short of a length on off stump. Ramdin's bat-pad gap was so huge as he played for the spin, you could have built a Dubai-standard mall in that space. The ball had the easy job of finding its way through and hitting the stumps. 45/7
    19.5 58 is still some way away and the Windies are nine down. They just can't play spin in these conditions. Shakib again sends in that straighter one that just skids along after landing on off stump. Brathwaite offered bat and pad in hope, but the ball missed the willow and headed for the foam. Plumb as they come, despite the big forward stride. 56/9
    16.4 West Indies are in a daze, they are batting in Zombie-fashion here. Another return catch. Shuvo flights this on middle and leg, a little quicker than the previous ball, and Russell pops it right back at him after reaching out. They haven't made any adjustments for the slow pitch. Unacceptable. 48/8
    not out
    0
    18
    0
    0
    0.00
    21.6 West Indies have been shot out for their second lowest total. Shakib flights this on leg and gets it to turn, past Martin's optimistic heave across the line, and onto leg stump. They were 33 for 1 at one stage, and have collapsed in bizarre fashion here, against an inspired bunch of Bangladeshis. And what's more, Shakib has 150 wickets. Well bowled, champ! 61/10
    Extras
    8 (lb 3, w 5)
    TOTAL
    61 all out (22 Overs, RR: 2.77)
    BowlingOMRWEcon0s4s6sWDNB
    Shafiul Islam7.012123.00302010
    Nazmul Hossain5.001613.20212000
    Nasir Hossain2.00321.5090000
    Shakib Al Hasan5.001643.20231010
    Suhrawadi Shuvo3.01210.66160000
    Fall of wickets:1-10 (DP Hyatt, 5.3 ov), 2-33 (MN Samuels, 10.5 ov), 3-34 (KOA Powell, 11.2 ov), 4-34 (KA Pollard, 11.3 ov), 5-36 (DM Bravo, 12.4 ov), 6-38 (DJG Sammy, 13.1 ov), 7-45 (D Ramdin, 15.2 ov), 8-48 (AD Russell, 16.4 ov), 9-56 (CR Brathwaite, 19.5 ov), 10-61 (A Martin, 21.6 ov)
  • BATSMEN
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    B
    4s
    6s
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    not out
    36
    62
    3
    0
    58.06
    4.6 Kayes is gone, and there's no noise in the ground. Short and fast from Roach again, who has worked Kayes over with his clever lengths and pace. Concerned about his rib cage, Kayes was on the back foot, committed to fending it to the leg side, but the ball took the leading edge to pop into the covers. 25/1
    7.1 Bangladesh have lost their second wicket earlier than the Windies lost theirs. This was a mirror image of the Ramdin wicket. Samuels slid this through without any pretence of trying to spin it, but Nafees was loose in attempted to steer it well away from the pads. The ball gladly found its way through the gap and disturbed the woodwork before Nafees could yank the bat back. 30/2
    not out
    10
    39
    1
    0
    25.64
    Extras
    5 (lb 5)
    TOTAL
    62/2 (20 Overs, RR: 3.10)
    BowlingOMRWEcon0s4s6sWDNB
    KAJ Roach5.001613.20191000
    DJG Sammy2.001206.0070100
    MN Samuels8.011511.87371000
    A Martin5.011402.80242000
    Fall of wickets:1-25 (Imrul Kayes, 4.6 ov), 2-30 (Shahriar Nafees, 7.1 ov)

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