That is it from me, Suneer Chowdhary, and quite enjoyed bringing you this one. It has been an excellent tour, one that has one more game to go, the T20I on Monday. Will be back for that one. Have a good day ahead!
Sammy Congratulations to Bangladesh, they played well. We were in a good position to score 240 but we did not get there. We have had a good year but this might put a dent on our Christmas. But everything happens for a reason and hope to improve. The batting of Powell, Pollard and Roach getting a five-for, all of them are positives. We have one more game to go and hope to finish the series on a high.
Mahmudullah, man of the match Was worried when I got out but Nasir played well, was nervous in the dressing room. No thinking, play your game and take advantage of the bad ball. Happy with my contributions, that is what matters and that we won the series. I want to thank the crowd, they were fantastic.
Rahim Boys stuck to the task, had said will be the test of nerves and happy to execute our plans. Last two games did not bat well, we needed to do the right things in all three departments. I thought today we did a good job after losing the first three wickets.
Rahim is also declared the man of the series!
Right so that makes it an excellent series win for the home team, who looked like they were down and out after West Indies came back from being 0-2 down to level the series. Then again, when Pollard was taking on the bowling today, it was again advantage West Indies but Bangladesh have clawed back really well to win it, hats off to their superb show.
Both teams are out and shaking hands, the Bangladeshis understandably cock-a-hoop and the players are dancing to the music on the field, all of them!
Right, so Russell, who has had a very poor day, comes on. Can he turn things around. Roach, by the way, has five wickets now. With an over to go.
Four still needed, many, many deliveries and three wickets standing. A wicket here will set the cat about. But they are a shot away.
Difficulties in gripping the ball, Permaul