West Indies end this series by winning each and every match, bar the T20 which was rained out. Bangladesh go back home, and will hope they can take some meaningful points from the series as they look ahead. Hope you all enjoyed the coverage of this second Test from Gros Islet! On behalf of Alagappan and the scorers, this is Rohan saying good night, and good luck!

Sir Julian Hunte, former president of the WICB, hands over the series trophy to Ramdin as they pose for the photographers.

Kraigg Brathwaite, Man of the Series: Coming here I had some confidence. I just wanted to keep that momentum going through the Tests. It was a great pitch, obviously first day it was doing a fair bit. It got a bit better batting later on. It is going to be a tough series (against India), but I know we have the guys to give them a challenge. Everybody is coming together and working hard, and we are all just really enjoying the moment.

Kraigg Brathwaite is the Man of the Series, scoring over 300 runs in the series

Denesh Ramdin, West Indies captain: It feels amazing to win these matches. It was an all-around team effort. Brathwaite and Johnson started well and then Roach just bowled beautifully. We just wanted to keep the run rate down and create opportunities for wickets. We also tried to switched the bowlers around with the ends and bowl into the breeze. It was a very good batting pitch, but when the ball is moving it is always tough for the new batsmen. Brathwaite and Chanderpaul stood out for the entire series. They really went out there and batted and batted, and put the opposition out of the game. Really glad to have them on board.

Mushfiqur Rahim, Bangladesh captain: Tamim and Mominul fought it out, but then we collapsed. We need to improve. Throughout the series, and even over the last few years, we have struggled (with collapses). We need to be tough for the whole session, and not just one hour or two hours. I think Tamim played really well, along with Mominul and Mahmudullah. Taijul and Al-Amin have also performed, but as a group we need to perform. Let's see how we do when we get back home.

Shiv Chanderpaul, Man of the Match: Winning the Test match is the most important thing. That was our aim from the beginning. We just tried to get as much as we could in the first innings, and then see where we could go. (when asked about not being dismissed this series) Can't think about getting out, and need to think about batting the next day, and hopefully I can maintain this as long as possible (when asked about his age and pushing on). Let's see how far I can go.

Chanderpaul is the Man of the Match

Chris: "I Think Benn Will Get It"

Jodi: "Chanderpaul - MOS... Chanderpaul - MOM"

Jonathan: "MoM: Chanderpaul and MoS: Brathwaite"

Sachin: "Shivnarine Chanderpaul should be awarded man of the series."

Mark: "What on earth? I put my daughter to bed with 5 overs to go, Bangladesh 7 down and the extra half hour looking a safe bet. I come back and it's all over before the extra half hour hasn't even been needed."

Amila: "WI 500th Test. Shiv 30th ton. Taylor 100th wicket. BD 85th loss."

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We will be back shortly with quotes from the match presentation.

Curtly Ambrose has a huge grin on his face as he congratulates his players for a job well done. Mushfiqur looks a touch disconsolate, but he will hope this experience will help his young team go forward once things sink in.

5.12pm From sitting pretty at 158 for 2, Bangladesh have managed to slump to 192 all out as West Indies complete a 2-0 series whitewash with this 296-run win. Suliemann Benn was once again the dangerous commodity as he picked up a well-earned sixth five-wicket haul. He was ably supported by the efforts of the pacemen, who bowled with real menace on a supportive track.

77.4
W
Roach to Shafiul Islam, OUT, and he has bowled 'em! Roach takes his first wicket of the innings as he gets this one to nip in from back of a length, striking middle stump as Shafiul plays all around this on the back foot.

Shafiul Islam b Roach 14 (37m 24b 2x4 0x6) SR: 58.33

77.3
0
Roach to Shafiul Islam, no run, this one honing onto the stumps from outside off, but Shafiul manages to club it away
77.2
0
Roach to Shafiul Islam, no run, this time looking for the big slog over cow corner, but ends up inside-edging onto the leg side. It should be all over pretty soon I think
77.1
4
Roach to Shafiul Islam, FOUR runs, its all fun and games now as Shafiul is not about to hang about. Goes hard at this bumper from Roach, which flies well over the slips, who jump up in vain before realising how fast the ball traveled

END OF OVER:
77 | (wicket maiden) | BDESH: 188/9

  • Al-Amin Hossain0 (1b)
  • Shafiul Islam10 (20b)
  • Jerome Taylor13-4-39-3
  • Kemar Roach15-1-39-0
76.6
0
Taylor to Al-Amin Hossain, no run, Taylor looking for that yorker as he just gets the line wrong, bowling this on a leg-stump line, which Al-Amin manages to handle sufficiently

The last man, Al-Amin Hossain, looks on nervously as Taylor gets to his mark

76.5
W
Taylor to Robiul Islam, OUT, 100th Test wicket for Jerome Taylor, and what a beauty of a delivery to do it as well! Short of a length and clipping the top of Robiul's pads as he instantly goes up for the appeal, which the umpire complies with generously. As Bangladesh don't have any more reviews, it is sayonara Robiul

Robiul Islam lbw b Taylor 0 (4m 4b 0x4 0x6) SR: 0.00

76.4
0
Taylor to Robiul Islam, no run, reverse swinging delivery which hones onto the pads, as Robiul misses this one completely

morvin: "when Bangladesh start doing the electric slide aint no one stopping them sliding."

76.3
0
Taylor to Robiul Islam, no run, searches for the blockhole as Robiul is able to dig this out down to mid on
76.2
0
Taylor to Robiul Islam, no run, sensibly lets this back of a length delivery through to Ramdin

Robiul Islam is on to face the music

That is Taylor's 99th Test wicket. Can he maybe get his 100th today?

76.1
W
Taylor to Mushfiqur Rahim, OUT, maybe we will need that extra half-hour after all? Taylor straightaway breaches the defence of Mushfiqur, who plays all around this short of a length delivery, reversing into the captain, as he looked to punch through the covers, leaving a gaping hole in which the ball swerved through to find the timber

Mushfiqur Rahim b Taylor 11 (70m 54b 1x4 0x6) SR: 20.37

Jerome Taylor has been called upon by Denesh Ramdin. The floodlights have been switched on here at Beausejour.

END OF OVER:
76 | 1 Run | BDESH: 188/7

  • Mushfiqur Rahim11 (53b)
  • Shafiul Islam10 (20b)
  • Kemar Roach15-1-39-0
  • Sulieman Benn32-6-72-5

Mushfiqur asking about the situation regarding the extra half-hour...

75.6
1
Roach to Mushfiqur Rahim, 1 run, well, well, he is certainly riding his luck as he gets a bottom edge to this delivery which he was looking to shoulder arms to, but ends up edging away through the slip region, but luckily away from any of the fielders
75.5
0
Roach to Mushfiqur Rahim, no run, gets this to tail in from short of a length as Mushfiqur edges this away behind square, completely in control of this, but is thwarted by the gully fielder
75.4
0
Roach to Mushfiqur Rahim, no run, wide delivery which Mushfiqur gets back to as he cuts away to the fielder at point

Bake: "Why is Bravo in the slips? He is no slip fielder. Would like to hear what Ian Bishop has to say about this because he's quick to critize Chanderpaul for slow batting but is very quite about his own countrymen (T&T). "

75.3
0
Roach to Mushfiqur Rahim, no run, shortish length which is fended away by Mushfiqur towards the off side
75.2
0
Roach to Mushfiqur Rahim, no run, slanting down the leg side as Ramdin does well to dive to his left to stop this
75.1
0
Roach to Mushfiqur Rahim, no run, length on off which is defended ably by the captain

END OF OVER:
75 | 1 Run | BDESH: 187/7

  • Shafiul Islam10 (20b)
  • Mushfiqur Rahim10 (47b)
  • Sulieman Benn32-6-72-5
  • Kemar Roach14-1-38-0

Share Guest: "10 dropped catches for West Indies in the series. 7 by Bravo. Go figure."

74.6
0
Benn to Shafiul Islam, no run, dead, straight bat presented by Mushfiqur to end the over

UPHILL TASK

142

The most number of overs Bangladesh has batted in the fourth innings of a Test match, against Zimbabwe in 2005

Advantage West Indies

2

No. of times West Indies have lost after setting a target over 300. They've inflicted that equation on oppositions 69 times

Generous opponents

10

The number of players, including Leon Johnson, who have made 50-plus against Bangladesh on debut

Round numbers

300

In West Indies' 500th Test, Leon Johnson becomes their 300th Test cricketer

Stale, mate

3

The Beausejour Cricket Ground has hosted three Tests so far, and all three have ended in draws