Player of the Match
Player of the Match

Wonderful work from the West Indies bowling attack to complete the rout! It started off with Badree dismissing the dangerous Tamim, then those dual strikes from Santokie pulled the rug from Bangladesh's feet.. It was a downward spiral for the home side. Badree ended up with his best figures, Santokie picked up three, Narine was unplayable. Good win for the defending champions after the setback in the first game.

Dwayne Smith, who is the Man of the Match, says, "We have a good bowling attack, so it was important to put the runs on the board. Well done to our bowlers and our fielders. we had a very bad first game so we went and spent time in the nets to work hard on our mistakes. I am glad to see that Santokie performed well and hope he goes from strength to strength."

Darren Sammy says, "When you play cricket, the team that plays better wins. Much better game for us. Chris and Smithy played well, then our bowlers bowled fantastically well. We started off really well, Smith had to really graft. So he gave us the platform. The bowlers then bowled well. It is important that we won and it also boosted our NRR. Chris, this innings, he didnt score at the strike rate which we are used to, but the fact that he was there was important. The Bangladeshi captain brought Shakib very late because of him. In the next couple of games, i have no doubt he will get to his zone. I am not worried about him. The conditions are for slower bowling. Santokie and Badree started off very well. It is hard to leave someone like Ravi Rampaul out, but you saw what Santokie did. it is good to have that sort of bench strength."

Mushfiqur Rahim says, "It was a disappointing effort - first with our fielding, because we gave away a lot of cheap runs. To chase 170 you need a good start, but we lost wickets early and it is difficult from there on. Our bowling was good, but our fielding let down as we gave away 20 extra runs.. we need bit better shot selection. If you lose three early wickets, you are on a back foot. It hurts (the recent losses) but the credit should also go the opposition players."

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Russell to Sohag Gazi, OUT, game over! Full and on off, that beats the bat and hits the off stump..

Sohag Gazi b Russell 11 (36m 20b 0x4 0x6) SR: 55.00

Russell comes in

19 | 7 Runs 1 Wkt | BDESH: 98/9 (74 runs required from 6 balls, RR: 5.15, RRR: 74.00)

  • Sohag Gazi11 (19b)
  • Al-Amin Hossain0 (0b)
  • Krishmar Santokie4-0-17-3
  • Dwayne Bravo3-0-23-0

Excellent spell by Santokie..

Santokie to Sohag Gazi, 1 run, slower delivery on off, the batsman gets off the mark with a dab to point

Al-Amin is the last man in

Santokie to Mashrafe Mortaza, OUT, slower delivery, this one is off the middle, heads down to long on where Bravo, nonchalantly takes his close to his boots.. throws it back at the stumps and goes back to his fielding position.. Super catch that one..

Mashrafe Mortaza c Bravo b Santokie 19 (18m 17b 3x4 0x6) SR: 111.76

Santokie to Sohag Gazi, 1 run, fuller delivery outside off, it's driven to deep cover
Santokie to Mashrafe Mortaza, 1 run, drop no. 2 by Samuels! Top-edge, Samuels at fine leg has all the time.. Still fluffs it
Santokie to Mashrafe Mortaza, FOUR runs, slower delivery on the stumps, he is beaten by the pace as he looks to flog that to leg side, but gets a faint outside edge that runs down to the boundary
Santokie to Mashrafe Mortaza, no run,

18 | 8 Runs | BDESH: 91/8 (81 runs required from 12 balls, RR: 5.05, RRR: 40.50)

  • Mashrafe Mortaza14 (13b)
  • Sohag Gazi9 (17b)
  • Dwayne Bravo3-0-23-0
  • Andre Russell2-0-10-1
Bravo to Mashrafe Mortaza, 1 run, fires in a yorker that is flicked to deep midwicket for a single

Stark62: "@ Abhishek That's not true because this is a very, very tough group and none of group 2 teams would have done well either (barring SL). Just watch how well ND perform against the others in group 2. "

Bravo to Sohag Gazi, 1 run, moves to the leg side and flat-bats the shortish delivery to long on for a single
Bravo to Mashrafe Mortaza, 1 run, fuller delivery on leg stump, thumped down to long off for a single
Bravo to Mashrafe Mortaza, no run, another slower delivery outside off, the batsman is beaten as he looks to play a cute little cut

Jon: "@Abhishek: I don't think it's fair to judge the Full Members or the Associates based on T20 results. It's an entertaining format, but it's the one most likely to produce unrealistic results. Netherlands for instance are not as bad as they were against SL, but their performance against Ireland would have been miraculous for any side."

Bravo to Mashrafe Mortaza, FOUR runs, slower delivery, another thick edge, this one is fine on the off side and runs down to the boundary
Bravo to Sohag Gazi, 1 run, slower delivery, the batsman swings across the line, he gets a big top edge, but that lands safely behind the umpire..Mid off could have made it in time if he had shown intent

Bravo comes in

17 | 6 Runs | BDESH: 83/8 (89 runs required from 18 balls, RR: 4.88, RRR: 29.66)

  • Mashrafe Mortaza8 (9b)
  • Sohag Gazi7 (15b)
  • Andre Russell2-0-10-1
  • Sunil Narine4-0-17-1

Rishi: "Cant help thinking the problem for Bangladesh is they have been burdened with the expectations of a top tier cricketing team without the performances to show for it. Players just dont seem to be enjoying what they are doing. I wonder if Musfiqur's constant press tirades against his own players weighs them down too"

Russell to Mashrafe Mortaza, no run, looks to repeat the shot, but make a limp contact this time.. back down the pitch
Russell to Mashrafe Mortaza, FOUR runs, takes his eyes off as he pulls this back of the length deilvery, he is pleasantly surprised as he sees this disappear at deep backward square leg
Russell to Sohag Gazi, 1 run, length delivery on off stump, it is punched down to long on for a single
Russell to Sohag Gazi, no run, a good slower ball! the batsman looks to swing across the line and misses, that slides past the leg stump
Russell to Mashrafe Mortaza, 1 run, fuller delivery, driven down to long on for a single

Nick: "Puts into light Gayle's innings, doesn't it? He got himself into form, one might add!"

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Two in one

Marlon Samuels missed his second catch when Mashrafe Mortaza, on 18, swung the ball to deep fine leg

Batting woes


Bangladesh's lowest total in T20Is, against New Zealand in February 2010

Top of the tree


Samuel Bardree's figures in this match, the best by a West Indies bowler in the World T20

Butter fingers


Mominul Haque's score when he was dropped at deep third man by Marlon Samuels. He was out one ball later

Drop turns run-out


Sammy heaved the last ball towards point but Mashrafe Mortaza couldn't cling on, but they did recover to run-out Denesh Ramdin

Double drop


Sammy's score when he was spilled by Mahmudullah at long-off. And the very next ball he was dropped again, but off a much tougher chance to the same fielder

Gayle eyes another record?


No. of balls taken by Devon Smith to score West Indies' slowest T20 fifty, also against Bangladesh

Diamond ducks


Lendl Simmons is the third player to be stumped without facing a ball in T20Is. The other two are from West Indies as well - Pollard and Deonarine