that's it, Bangladesh have leveled the series. This is a full toss which he can only punch to long-on. Bangladesh's first win after five consecutive T20 losses
11.47pm That's that as far as our coverage goes tonight. Stay logged in to ESPNcricinfo or download our mobile app to catch the very latest from this series and much more from the cricket world. If you're in India, there's a whole lot of videos that you may want to catch up on, pertaining to India-England. There's also Sri Lanka v South Africa that is set to begin soon. Cricket goes on and we will be there to bring you everything, everyday. Hope to see you tomorrow for the decider. Until then, this is Shashank Kishore and Akshay Gopalakrishnan saying goodbye along with Mohammad Isam from Dhaka. Many thanks.
Time for the presentations
Shakib Al Hasan, the winning captain: I think the belief did it for us, after the loss in St Kitts. We had a good chat, had come to an agreement that we could beat this West Indies side. The mindset changed the momentum. The crowd support was a massive factor, we never felt like we played away from home. It felt like playing in Bangladesh. Hopefully they will come out in their numbers and support us tomorrow. Hider and all the bowlers were brilliant, Fizz went for a few runs but picked crucial wickets. Great team effort, all in all.
Tamim Iqbal is the Player of the Match for his 44-ball 74. "In St Kitts, the shot I played to get out, I thought it was on. Today, I gave myself time early on and then cashed in. Shakib played an unbelievable innings, he took a lot of pressure off me. He was looking good right from the time he came in. His early boundaries got us up and running. I love the pitch here, my first time in Florida."
Carlos Brathwaite, the losing captain of the night: I thought the decision was right, we got a few wickets, put them under pressure. But we were casual in the field and that's where the game turned. I still have full confidence in bouncing back. The question going into the break was maybe we could have chased much lesser. Casual fielding cost us, we could have improved our attitude a bit. I don't know if I will be fine if I say this, but Ramdin's DRS call was questionable. He is our glue. These things happen, but. Somedays, you have bad days with the bat but we shouldn't have been chasing down those many. As long as the attitude is the same as the first game, we'll be confident of winning.
My colleague Peter Della Penna believes Tamim's 16th over onslaught when Bangladesh batted sparked the turning point in the game. Your thoughts?
Mohammad Isam disagrees with PDP. "I think it was Mustafizur's dismissal of Russell...if he was around for another 10 balls, game over for Bangladesh."
Shovik Faiyaz: "It had become a routine for BD to lose crunch matches, happy to see that they have got rid of that on this tour. "
11.30pm Great to see the Bangladesh players walk towards where their fans are and thank them for the support. Joy on their faces, and they've now taken this into a decider. Surely all of them will turn up tomorrow and support them in big numbers? Magnificent victory. At different times, this chase looked set for West Indies despite losing a clutch of wickets. That stand between Rovman Powell and Andre Fletcher hauled them back, in the end just not enough gas to get over the line. The spinners - Shakib and Nazmul - finished with 5 for 47 off eight overs between them. Absolute gold in the context of the match.
swings, misses and he's bowled. That's the end of that, how the mood turns. This was fired in full, he went for the glory hit, he had to, but couldn't connect. Nazmul does the snake dance
big swing but the ball drifts in to beat him and hit the body.
he has hit this really, really high into the night sky. The man at deep midwicket would have had his heart in his mouth because this was in the air for a long, long time. Ariful who dropped a catch earlier in the night was so calm and composed this time and took the ball with his palms facing the sky, Australian style. Surely this turns it in Bangladesh's favour?
backs away and drills this to long-on, now 14 off four
big swing, miss. Keeper fumbles, but recovers. Paul, what are you doing?
15 needed off the last over.
slashed away to beat short third man off a thick outside edge. Ho-ho-ho, this is going down to the last over. Nurse gave away his intentions early by making room, Fizz went short and for the angle across, the batsman had enough room to swing his arms and that's what he did.
I'm reminded of the stroke Dinesh Karthik hit to seal the Nidahas Trophy. This is full and wide, he stays deep inside the crease, gets down on one knee, reaches out to this dipping full toss and deposits it over the deep extra cover fence. Magnificent
swung across the line towards long-on
thick edge and superbly taken by Mushfiqur. This was another short bouncer angled across, the heave is ungainly this time because it got big on him. Still got a thick edge but Mushfiq leapt high and plucked that out. Boy, does that put Bangladesh ahead now? Surely.
short, and walloped one bounce to the deep midwicket boundary. He was lining that leg side boundary, had his eyes there all the while as the bowler was about to run in. And when it arrived, he transferred weight back and pulled that away. Superb.
turns this length ball towards the man coming in from deep midwicket
The Fizz to bowl the penultimate over
Shakib puts down what you have to say was a simple chance, running back from cover. This was sliced, the ball looped up and was there for a while. He covered ground, did all the hard work in running back. But just couldn't hold on. They take two.
swing and a miss. Not underneath the length by any means. Looked to fetch it from way outside off as well.
looks to scoop fine, but the bowler bowls it yorker-length outside off, squeezed to point.
PDP has spotted Stuart Law rubbing his forehead deep in discussion with Jeffrey Dujon, who is in between TV comm stints at the moment. Tense moments as the chase winds down. WI with a lot of work to overhaul this target in the last 13 balls.
brilliant yorker, which he manages to squeeze off a thick inside edge to short fine leg.
backs away and drills this full delivery inside out to sweeper cover.
sees the batsman backing away and fires this full and wide, toeing the wide line and rightly called so.
PDP: "Second stunning catch of the night by Liton Das. Even more impressive because he nearly got cross body-blocked by the man running across from long-on. If there were a case to give Man of Match on fielding, tonight's the night for it. West Indies need 37 off 18."
looks to muscle this over long-on but gets it off a thick inside edge to deep midwicket
spins away from length outside off, punched to deep point.
|Central Broward Regional Park Stadium Turf Ground, Lauderhill|
|Toss||West Indies, elected to field first|
|Player Of The Match|
|Series result||3-match series level 1-1|
|Match number||T20I no. 693|
|Hours of play (local time)||20.00 start, First Session 20.00-21.20, Interval 21.20-21.40, Second Session 21.40-23.00|
|Match days||4 August 2018 - night (20-over match)|