At St George's, Grenada, August 22, 2014. Second one-day international: West Indies won by 177 runs. West Indies 247-7 (50 overs) (C. H. Gayle 58, D. M. Bravo 53, D. Ramdin 34, L. M. P. Simmons 40; Mashrafe bin Mortaza 3-39); ‡Bangladesh 70 (24.4 overs) (Tamim Iqbal 37; K. A. J. Roach 3-19, S. P. Narine 3-13). MoM: S. P. Narine.
After his team slumped to 70 all out, Mushfiqur Rahim was despondent. "I don't think anyone fought, showed pride to play for the country or showed a deep desire to win," he said. It was Bangladesh's third-lowest total in one-day internationals. Their bowlers had done well, though, to restrict West Indies to under 250. After removing Chris Gayle at his most threatening, caught at deep midwicket seeking his sixth six, they kept the remaining batsmen in check until Sunil Narine and Holder smote sixes in the final over, delivered by Al-Amin Hossain. But the batting was woeful: only Tamim Iqbal lasted longer than 16 balls. Expecting additional time for their celebrations, spectators complained loudly when the DJ's music was switched off. The authorities blamed the West Indies Cricket Board. Bangladesh were further jolted after the match when Gazi was reported for a suspect action; he was later banned from bowling in international cricket pending remedial work.