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Windies vs Bangladesh - 2nd ODI

Series: Bangladesh tour of West Indies, 2018
Venue: Providence Stadium, Guyana
Date & Time: 25 July 2018

Bangladesh 268/6 (50 Ovs) RR: 5.36 | Windies won by 3 runs

FULL SCORECARD

Batsman R B 4s 6s
Tamim Iqbal stumped Bishoostumped Bishoo548560
Anamul Haque bowled Alzarri Josephbowled Alzarri Joseph23922
Shakib Al Hasan c Keemo Paul & b A Nursec Keemo Paul & b A Nurse567250
Mushfiqur Rahim c Keemo Paul & b Holderc Keemo Paul & b Holder686751
Mahmudullah runout runout 395102
Sabbir Rahman c Hetmyer & b Keemo Paulc Hetmyer & b Keemo Paul121110
Mosaddek Hossain Not OutNot Out3400
Mashrafe Mortaza Not OutNot Out1100
Mehidy Hasan dnbdnb0000
Rubel Hossain dnbdnb0000
Mustafizur Rahman dnbdnb0000
Extras 12 (b 1, lb 4, w 7, nb 0)
Total 268 (6 Wkts, 50 Ov)
Fall of Wickets
32-1 (Anamul Haque,2.3), 129-2 (Tamim Iqbal,24.6), 145-3 (Shakib Al Hasan,29.2), 232-4 (Mahmudullah,45.1), 264-5 (Sabbir Rahman,48.6), 264-6 (Mushfiqur Rahim,49.1),
BowlingO M R WEcon
Alzarri Joseph6 0 55 1 9.17
Jason Holder10 0 66 1 6.60
Ashley Nurse10 0 34 1 3.40
Keemo Paul7 0 43 1 6.14
Chris Gayle7 0 26 0 3.71
Devendra Bishoo10 0 39 1 3.90
Evin Lewis0 0 0 0 0
Shai Hope0 0 0 0 0
Shimron Hetmyer0 0 0 0 0
Jason Mohammed0 0 0 0 0
Rovman Powell0 0 0 0 0

commentary

And that's that for the day. A thrilling game of cricket at Guyana, as Bangladesh manage to let victory slip into the jaws of defeat. A commendable effort by Rahim, but he's seriously got to start finishing the job off more consistently. That being said, a fantastic comeback by Holder's Windies. Scorer Shashikant Singh points out that the unawarded four runs off the dead ball (42.3) might have cost them the game. Tough luck Bangladesh. On the bright side, it's all to play for at St. Kitts in the third ODI as these two sides lock horns again. Until then, this is Rishi Roy, in the elite company of Kumar Abhisekh Das, Raju Peethala, Sriram AS and Shashikant Singh, bidding you adieu. Until next time, laddies! Take care!

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Jason Holder, Windies Captain: Yeah it was a bit nerve-wrecking (to bowl the last over) but I had the mental support of the team and I came through. I talk to myself, it doesn't matter how we started, it matters how we finish. They got off to a really good start, and both the bowlers, me and Alzarri were slipping and sliding and it was hard. Credit to the way we fought back. Devendra and Nurse were good. Keemo Paul was excellent too. Hetmyer is a great talent, he plays spin quite well too, and hope he can continue this way in the future.

Shimron Hetmyer, Man of the Match (125 off 93): Yeah the home crowd helped. It was a push for me to have my family and girlfriend here. It was great to have my whole family by my side. They all support me hand in hand. So, thanks to them. I want to take one step one at a time and see how it goes in St.Kitts.

Mashrafe Mortaza, Bangladesh Captain: Yeah there was some dew as well, but suddenly ball was turning. In the last over we couldn't finish it off. The way they played was really good, but we should've been more clinical in our finish. Our fielding was not up to the mark, we dropped catches, conceded 24 doubles. We have one game to go and hopefully we can cover it up in the next match.

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Earlier in the day, though, it was the partnership between Hetmyer and Powell that really set things up for the Windies, who had nothing to defend if it hadn't been for them. In particular, the 21-year-old Hetmyer scoring a mature, counterattacking hundred under pressure was a pleasure to watch. They put up a competitive 271 on the board, and got wickets at regular intervals before the partnership between Mushy and Mahmudullah flourished and threatened to take the game away. It was Bangladesh's game until the very last over, when Holder conjured up an incredible final over to seal the deal. Presentations coming up soon.

22:25 Local Time, 07:55 IST: Wow, the series is level at 1-1 now, all thanks to this man, the Windies skipper, Jason Holder. A clubbing in his first over (20 runs), and a tonking in the 48th over (13 runs), but his confidence was not to be deflated. He came back in the final over, with 8 runs to win, and lucked out with a full-toss to dismiss Rahim (#NoNaginToday), but the rest of the over was so tight, full of yorkers and low full-tosses. It is difficult to imagine such composure, particularly after you've had a poor day at the office.

49.6
1
Holder to Mortaza, 1 run, that's it! Windies clinch a cliffhanger! Full one, almost yorker length on leg-stump once again, and drilled down to long-on for a single to finish things off.

5 to win off 1, skipper Mortaza on strike!

49.5
1
Holder to Mosaddek Hossain, 1 run, low full-toss on middle and leg, Mosaddek Hossain slugs it down off the inside half towards deep mid-wicket for a single

6 to win off 2. Bangladesh one hit away...

49.4
2
Holder to Mosaddek Hossain, 2 runs, on a length outside off, Mosaddek Hossain clears his leg and gets it off a thick outside edge, in the air and it lands in the deep third man region and they manage a brace
49.3
0
Holder to Mosaddek Hossain, no run, yorker length delivery on middle and leg, all he can do it dig it back out to the bowler. What a final over by Holder, after the tonking in the first over that he bowled!
49.2
0
Holder to Mosaddek Hossain, no run, length delivery, slower one, wide outside off, Mosaddek Hossain is beaten by the lack of pace and it's through to the keeper. 8 off 4 now!

Mashrafe Mortaza, right handed bat, comes to the crease

49.1
0
Holder to Rahim, out Caught by K Paul! Mushy departs! To a full-toss! Would you believe it? A full-toss, almost over waist-high, Rahim heaves it towards cow corner where Keemo Paul settles comfortably underneath it. Mushy looks like he's in eternal agony. Walks back slowly. Valiant effort, but he's failed to close it off. Rahim c K Paul b Holder 68(67) [4s-5 6s-1]

Holder to Rahim, THAT'S OUT!! Caught!!

Mosaddek Hossain, right handed bat, comes to the crease

8 to win from 6. Holder to bowl it. Mushy is still out there.

48.6
0
K Paul to Sabbir Rahman, out Caught by Hetmyer! Oh that is unfortunate! A friendly full-toss, harmless, and Sabbir Rahman drags it into the on-side with a wristy swat-sweep in the air as Hetmyer takes a fabulous catch at the deep mid-wicket fence to take the contest into the final over. Sabbir Rahman c Hetmyer b K Paul 12(11) [4s-1]

K Paul to Sabbir Rahman, THAT'S OUT!! Caught!!

48.5
1
K Paul to Rahim, 1 run, very low full toss, Rahim slices it away in front of deep point for a single
48.4
1
K Paul to Sabbir Rahman, 1 run, another widish yorker length delivery outside off, squeezed out to backward point for a quick single to get Rahim back on strike
48.3
1
K Paul to Rahim, 1 run, full and marginally wide outside off, a wristy whip-drive to sweeper cover for a quick single
48.2
2
K Paul to Rahim, 2 runs, another attempted yorker length delivery outside off, Rahim gets under it to take it on the full and ramps it towards fine leg for a brace. Rahim had to dive, but the keeper misses the stumps any way, and managed to kick it on the second attempt
48.1
1
K Paul to Sabbir Rahman, 1 run, yorker length delivery outside off, squeezed out towards deep point for a single

As a colleague of mine (Vineet Anantharaman, try saying that 5 times, fast) once remarked, Requirement for Naagin dance = 14 off 12 balls.

47.6
0
Holder to Rahim, no run, slower leg-cutter outside off, keeping low and zipping away past the outside edge, dying down towards the keeper
47.5
2
Holder to Rahim, 2 runs, full delivery outside off, Rahim slices that past the man at cover for a brace towards sweeper cover
47.4
4
Holder to Rahim, FOUR, length ball just outside off, a big no-no, Rahim cross-bats that after clearing his front leg towards long-on for four past the dive of Kieran Powell at the boundary
47.3
4
Holder to Rahim, FOUR, a tad short outside off, cutting in, so not much width, but Rahim uses his wrists well to run his hands through the ball, splits the gap between short third man and backward point to get a valuable boundary at this stage
47.2
2
Holder to Rahim, 2 runs, slower one, wide and full, Rahim is on his knee and slaps that wristily towards sweeper cover as the man at deep point comes around to pick it up
47.1
1
Holder to Sabbir Rahman, 1 run, another highish full-toss on the hips, pulled away hurriedly in front of square leg for a scampered single
46.6
1
K Paul to Sabbir Rahman, 1 run, another low full-toss, Sabbir Rahman gets under it with a cute ramp, only just manages to clear the keeper and they steal another single, edging ever closer to the target
46.5
4
K Paul to Sabbir Rahman, FOUR, full and wide outside off, Sabbir Rahman tries to reach it whilst on one knee and tries to drag it into the on-side, gets a thick outside edge that flies away towards the fine third man fence for four. Fortuitous boundary...
46.4
2
K Paul to Sabbir Rahman, 2 runs, full delivery on middle and leg, Rahim clips it away off his pads towards deep square leg for a brace
46.3
1
K Paul to Rahim, 1 run, low full-toss on off, Rahim steers it away to point for a quick single
46.2
1
K Paul to Sabbir Rahman, 1 run, full-toss on off and middle, slugged away cross-batted towards long-on for a single
46.1
1
K Paul to Rahim, 1 run, very full delivery outside off, Rahim uses his wrists to get under it and drills it down to long-off for a single

Keemo Paul [5.0-0-27-0] is back into the attack

45.6
0
Holder to Sabbir Rahman, no run, yorker length delivery that goes under the toe-end of the advancing batsman's bat and past the leg-stump towards the keeper. He under-arms it at the stumps and misses, but the batsman was back in anyway
45.5
1
Holder to Rahim, 1 run, length ball outside off, Rahim trusts the bounce and drives it horizontal-batted on the up to sweeper cover to bring up his 29th ODI fifty
45.4
1
Holder to Sabbir Rahman, 1 run, full and straight on on middle, driven down to long-on for a single
45.3
0
Holder to Sabbir Rahman, no run, length delivery outside off, Sabbir Rahman leans into a caressed drive, gets it straight to short cover. Can't find the gap
45.2
1
Holder to Rahim, 1 run, waist-high full-toss on the hips, pulled away to deep square leg for a single

Sabbir Rahman, right handed bat, comes to the crease

45.1
0
Holder to Rahim, out Mahmudullah Run Out! Disaster for Bangladesh! Slower short one, Rahim misses the pull, deceived by the lack of pace. Rahim starts to run, then spots the ball and sends Mahmudullah back. Nurse throws it to Holder at the non-striker's end, and the stumps are broken. The stand comes to an end, and this is an opening for the Windies. Mahmudullah run out (Nurse/Holder) 39(51) [6s-2]

Holder to Rahim, THAT'S OUT!! Run Out!!

Jason Holder [7.0-0-46-0] is back into the attack

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