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Windies vs Bangladesh - 3rd T20I

Series: Bangladesh tour of West Indies, 2018
Venue: Central Broward Regional Park Stadium Turf Ground, Lauderhill, Florida
Date: 05 August 2018

Windies 135/7 (17.1 Ovs) RR: 7.86 | Bangladesh won by 19 runs (by DLS method)

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It might not have been the best of starts for Bangladesh when they were bowled out for 43 in the first Test, but since then it has been an upward climb. In colored clothing Bangladesh were far superior than Windies and the visitors have ended the tour on a high. They'll cherish these sweet memories and so will the fans of Bangladesh cricket. Windies need to contemplate and work on the areas they need to improve on. For now, that's all from our side. This is Nikhil signing off on behalf of Abhinand, Sriram and Reddy. See ya!

Shakib Al Hasan, Man of the Series: Unbelievable effort from the boys after losing the first game. Everyone had the believe that we can come back strongly. All the boys showed character and hopefully we can continue this ahead. We don't have a great T20 record but this will give us lot of confidence. I was planning for myself to perform well. The guys put in their hard work and nothing more I could have asked from them. We have been doing very well in ODIs, since 2015. We know how to win tight matches. We need to work on our Test cricket, just that we need to do well overseas. The way the crowd supported us, so many Bangladeshis, we never felt away from home. They played like our 12th man.

Liton Das, Man of the Match: Good win for us. They are a very good side and the World Champions. The pitch was ok, similar to our country and easy to bat on. Thankful to my god and very lucky to win this award.

Carlos Brathwaite: It wasn't our smartest batting performance. At the back end, needing 30 or 40 we didn't keep enough wickets in hand. To pull them back in the final overs was a good job. At one point, they looked like scoring 200-220, but restricting them to 184 was one hell of a job. We could have done things differently but that's how cricket works. Sometimes you just got to give the credit to the opposition. Kudos to them for playing the way they did. The batting from Rovman has improved, not only in T20s but also in ODIs as well, and Nurse has been fantastic. It'll be important for us as we go to India and Bangladesh. Hope we get better there and execute our plans. Think we are getting closer and closer to finding the proper plans and executing them.

It's still pouring out there but Bangladesh players are busy celebrating and taking a victory lap. The crowd came out in numbers and the Tigers haven't disappointed their fans. They did lose the Test series, but bounced back in an emphatic manner to bag the ODI and T20I series'. Vengeance is sweet, always. Hang on for the presentations.

That's the game. Bangladesh win the match by 19 runs (DLS method) and win the T20I series 2-1. A perfect game of cricket for them. It was their openers who set it up for them with a blistering partnership at the top. Liton Das was the star with the bat for Bangladesh as he scored a magnificent 32-ball 61. Their bowlers gave them an equally good start and the Fizz finishing things off, getting the prized scalp of Andre Russell just before the rain break. In short, they were clinical.

23:57 Local Time, 03:57 GMT, 09:27 IST: The rain has eased off and the ground staff is out in the middle doing their bit with the super-sopper. This game should have been done by now but the two rain-interruptions have come in the way. Anyways, stay tuned in.

23:46 Local Time, 03:46 GMT, 09:16 IST: The heavens have opened up and a defeat for Windies looks inevitable now. Till the time Russell was out in the middle, this could have gone either way. But, now that he's gone, Bangladesh are the clear favorites to win this contest. The rain has got heavier and Windies are way behind the DLS par score, 19 runs behind to be precise. The play can be extended by 30 minutes and if at all it resumes, it's just going to be a matter of time. Getting 50 runs in the 17 balls looks unlikely. For now, the square is under covers and we'll be back as soon as we have some news.

Keemo Paul, right handed bat, comes to the crease

17.1
0
Mustafizur to A Russell, out Caught by A Haque!! Is that the match? I guess it is. Russell is livid with himself as he hammers the bat on his way back. How often have we seen Mustafizur doing this, getting wickets at crucial junctures. A low full toss around off and Russell takes him on and swings his bat, gets the elevation but not the distance. Ariful near long-off sets himself under it and takes it safely. The fielders converge and celebrate as they know that's the game. A Russell c A Haque b Mustafizur 47(21) [4s-1 6s-6]

Mustafizur to A Russell, THAT'S OUT!! Caught!!

Mustafizur Rahman [3.0-0-31-2] is back into the attack

16.6
0
Abu Hider to Nurse, no run, Russell has denied the single! He wants to do this on his own. Full, wide and outside off, Nurse plays at with hard hands and ends up getting an outside edge that flies down to third man. 'Wait there,' says Russell to his partner
16.5
1
Abu Hider to A Russell, 1 run, over-pitched delivery outside off, slower in pace, Russell drills it down to wide long-off and ambles across to the other end
16.4
6
Abu Hider to A Russell, SIX, one man show! A slower back of length delivery from round the wicket. The angles don't matter when it comes to Russell. It's all about power! Waits for it and pumps it over long-off for a flat batted flat six. Moves on to 46* off 19 balls with that massive six, does Russell

Ashley Nurse, right handed bat, comes to the crease

16.3
0
Abu Hider to Brathwaite, out Caught by (sub)Sabbir Rahman!! Bangladesh keep striking at regular intervals. None of the Windies batsmen are able to strike as cleanly as Russell is. A short delivery outside off, Brathwaite goes for it. Plays a pull and ends up miscuing it towards long-on. The substitute fielder at long-on settles under it and makes no mistake. Brathwaite c (sub)Sabbir Rahman b Abu Hider 5(10)

Abu Hider to Brathwaite, THAT'S OUT!! Caught!!

16.2
1
Abu Hider to A Russell, 1 run, slower delivery, short in length around off, Russell plays a pull but it comes off the toe-end as he takes a single at deep mid-wicket
16.1
6
Abu Hider to A Russell, SIX, six no. 5 for the big man. 111 metres, can you believe it? A good length delivery around middle and leg, Russell stands tall and clubs it over long-on. Shows no mercy against the young bowler. He's striking at 229.41 at the moment

Abu Hider Rony [2.0-0-13-0] is back into the attack

15.6
0
Rubel to Brathwaite, no run, full, quick and fired outside off, Brathwaite swings and misses. The bat was miles away from the ball, there was no chance of connecting that. Windies need 64 runs in 24 balls. Can they do this? Till the time Russell is out there, anything is possible
15.5
2
Rubel to Brathwaite, 2 runs, full and wide of off, driven wide of sweeper cover for a brace
15.4
1
Rubel to A Russell, 1 run, very full outside off, hammered away to long-off
15.3
0
Rubel to A Russell, no run, clever stuff from Rubel. Saw Russell was moving to leg, so he fired it outside off. Russell needed a golf club to reach for it

Groundstaff are ready with the covers.

15.2
1
Rubel to Brathwaite, leg byes, 1 run, Brathwaite moves across low looking to scoop it fine. But Rubel follows him and raps him on the pad

It's started raining..

15.1
1
Rubel to A Russell, 1 run, moves in with the angle, Russell digs it out through square leg

Rubel Hossain [3.0-0-24-1] is back into the attack

14.6
0
Shakib to Brathwaite, no run, flighted delivery outside off, eased in front of cover by Brathwaite
14.5
4
Shakib to Brathwaite, byes, FOUR, that kept low, four bonus runs for the batting side. Pitched outside off and keeps low. Brathwaite tried to defend it but got beaten due to the lack of bounce. Rahim couldn't pick it up either as the ball nutmegged him and raced away to the fence
14.4
1
Shakib to A Russell, 1 run, a bit of flight on that ball as Russell nudges it away to deep mid-wicket. Not taking any risks against Shakib, are these two
14.3
1
Shakib to Brathwaite, 1 run, eases the slower delivery down to long-on and hands over the strike to Russelll
14.2
0
Shakib to Brathwaite, no run, straighter and lower around off, Brathwaite fends it down nicely
14.1
1
Shakib to A Russell, 1 run, flat and quick around middle and leg, Russell gets his bat down in time and bunts it in front of cover for a run
13.6
0
Mustafizur to Brathwaite, no run, that's a better delivery by the Fizz. Aims the helmet of the opposition skipper and forces him to take evasive action. Brathwaite got in an awkward position as he ducked under that bouncer
13.5
2
Mustafizur to Brathwaite, 2 runs, slower and shorter on the thigh pad, Brathwaite tucks it down to fine leg with soft hands and manages to take two quick runs
13.4
1
Mustafizur to A Russell, 1 run, short of a length outside off, Russell dabs it in front of sweeper cover and gets a single
13.3
4
Mustafizur to A Russell, FOUR, another boundary. Brace yourselves. This was full and wide outside off, Russell reaches for it and drills it past the diving fielder at sweeper cover. That absolutely rocketed away to the fence
13.2
6
Mustafizur to A Russell, SIX, that's his fourth six. What does he eat? An absolute beast. Short of a length around off, Russell picks the length nicely and nails his front foot pull to clear long-on by a huge margin. 24 runs, all in the form of sixes so far...

Carlos Brathwaite, right handed bat, comes to the crease

13.1
0
Mustafizur to Powell, out Caught by Abu Hider!! Windies have lost half their side. It'll be two big-hitters in the form of Russell and Brathwaite out in the middle now. Powell had no option but to go for it as the required run rate has notched up to 13 now. A short of a length delivery around off, Powell swings at it and gets a top-edge that's been gulped by Abu Hider at point. Doesn't matter though. Powell c Abu Hider b Mustafizur 23(20) [4s-2]

Mustafizur to Powell, THAT'S OUT!! Caught!!

Mustafizur Rahman [2.0-0-18-1] is back into the attack

12.6
0
Shakib to A Russell, no run, darted on the pads, Russell lifts his bat and pads it away
12.5
6
Shakib to A Russell, SIX, that's his third six of this innings. He knows only one way. This was flatter in trajectory but it doesn't matter to Russell. Stays rooted in his crease and clears the long-on fence with a magnificent whip
12.4
0
Shakib to A Russell, no run, shorter and quicker around off, Russell bunts it back to the bowler
12.3
6
Shakib to A Russell, SIX, need few more of these from Russell, do the Windies. Right in the slot around middle and leg, Russell goes down on his knee and pumps it over the deep mid-wicket fence with a slog. High, handsome and sweet
12.2
0
Shakib to A Russell, no run, flatter and shorter around off, Russell calmly fends it down
12.1
1
Shakib to Powell, 1 run, floated around middle and leg, Powell drags it away to wide long-on and gets a single

Shakib Al Hasan [2.0-0-6-1] is back into the attack

11.6
6
Rubel to A Russell, SIX, this is what Dre Russ can do! Gets hold of the shortish delivery and sends it over the deep mid-wicket for a flat six. A ferocious pull by the hard-hitter. Equation: 102 off 48 balls now
11.5
0
Rubel to A Russell, no run, a well directed bouncer by Rubel that. Russell was forced to take evasive action as he ducked underneath that sharp shooter
11.4
0
Rubel to A Russell, no run, nice delivery. Angled into the batsman on a good length, Russell brings his bat down and ends up getting an inside edge on to his pads

Andre Russell, right handed bat, comes to the crease

11.3
0
Rubel to Ramdin, out Bowled!! Knocked him over! That's an ugly shot by Ramdin and he has to pay the price for it. This was bowled on a good length around off, Ramdin was down on his knee to slog it away but got undone due to the pace. Previous ball was a slower one but this wasn't. The ball beats his ugly heave and clips the off-stump on its way to the keeper. Rubel is delighted and so are the Bangla fans in the crowd. Ramdin b Rubel 21(18) [4s-1 6s-1]

Rubel to Ramdin, THAT'S OUT!! Bowled!!

11.2
0
Rubel to Ramdin, no run, rolls the fingers and delivers a slower ball outside off, Ramdin swings hard but was way too early in his shot, beaten all ends up
11.1
4
Rubel to Ramdin, FOUR, an ideal start for Windies in the over. These boundaries will help them to take the game deep. It was a fullish delivery on the pads and Ramdin played a deft leg-glance. Fine leg was no where close to cut this down

Rubel Hossain [2.0-0-14-0] is back into the attack

10.6
2
Mustafizur to Powell, 2 runs, 12 runs off the over! Windies wouldn't mind that. The required run rate is inching towards 13 and they need few more of such overs. Coming back to the ball: back of a length around middle and leg, Powell works it away to deep square leg and as he had played it with soft hands the second run was always on
10.6
1
Mustafizur to Powell, wide, a lot of boos from the crowd as the umpire calls this one a wide. Even Rahim was screaming his heart out as he wasn't happy with the leg umpire's decision. Looking at the replays, it was a clear overhead wide though
10.5
1
Mustafizur to Ramdin, 1 run, rocks back and cuts the shortish delivery to the left of sweeper cover
10.4
0
Mustafizur to Ramdin, no run, another back of a length delivery outside off, Ramdin square cuts it but the man at point doesn't have to move an inch this time around
10.3
0
Mustafizur to Ramdin, no run, short and quick outside off, Ramdin plays the late cut but the man at point is equally good with a diving stop to his left
10.2
6
Mustafizur to Ramdin, SIX, slower delivery goes the distance. Mustafizur had rolled his fingers on this slower one, Ramdin cleared his front leg and cleared the long-on fence with this clean loft
10.1
2
Mustafizur to Ramdin, 2 runs, short of a length and angled away from the batsman, Ramdin plays it late and steers it down to square third man. By the time the fielder gathers the ball and releases it, the batsmen manage to come back for two

Mustafizur Rahman [1.0-0-6-1] is back into the attack

9.6
1
Shakib to Ramdin, 1 run, shorter around off, Ramdin walks down the wicket and nudges it away to deep mid-wicket
9.5
1
Shakib to Powell, 1 run, that's a brilliant save by Ariful, this looked like a certain boundary. Powell had smashed it hard towards long-off but the fielder showed some quick legs and stopped it with a dive near the fence to keep the batsmen down to a single
9.4
1
Shakib to Ramdin, 1 run, short and wide outside off, Ramdin has to reach for it as he slaps it away to sweeper cover
9.3
1
Shakib to Powell, 1 run, runs down the wicket and swings at it, only for a single at deep mid-wicket though. That came off the inside part of his willow as it turned his hand
9.2
0
Shakib to Powell, no run, another quicker delivery that keeps low, Powell does well to bring his bat down in time and keep the ball away with a flick on to his boots
9.1
1
Shakib to Ramdin, 1 run, quicker delivery that skids along the deck, Ramdin camps back and chops it in front of point

Shakib Al Hasan [1.0-0-1-1] is back into the attack

8.6
4
Soumya Sarkar to Powell, FOUR, 9 runs in the previous over, 8 runs in this one. Windies are slowly crawling back in this chase. This was a short delivery around off and at Sarkar's pace it's not going to trouble the batsman at all. Powell camps back and pulls it away with disdain as he finds the gap between deep square leg and deep mid-wicket to perfection
8.5
0
Soumya Sarkar to Powell, no run, that's a better delivery. A wide yorker outside off, Powell tries to squeeze it out but fails to do so
8.4
1
Soumya Sarkar to Ramdin, 1 run, the effort ball, attempts a bouncer but without much pace on it. Ramdin has all the time in the world to transfer his weight on to the back foot and pummel it away to deep mid-wicket with a pull
8.3
1
Soumya Sarkar to Powell, 1 run, a full toss, Powell wouldn't be pleased with the result though. This should have been put away but all he can manage it to drag it down to deep mid-wicket
8.2
1
Soumya Sarkar to Ramdin, 1 run, fifty up for Windies, finally. A full length delivery around off, Ramdin heaves it away to deep mid-wicket and takes a single
8.1
1
Soumya Sarkar to Powell, 1 run, back of a length and well outside off, Powell moves towards the off-stump and chops it away to sweeper cover
7.6
0
Rubel to Ramdin, no run, 9 runs off that Rubel over. Ends the over with a short and wide ball as Ramdin plays a square-cut. However, can't beat the man at point
7.5
1
Rubel to Powell, 1 run, good length delivery angled into the batsman, Powell tucks it in front of short mid-wicket and calls for a single and gets it comfortably
7.4
2
Rubel to Powell, 2 runs, another edge, and once again he's safe. Short of a length around off, hurries him up. Powell plays a pull with lack of footwork and ends up getting a top-edge that flies down to third man. By the time the fielder runs across to gather the ball, the batsmen manage to get two
7.3
4
Rubel to Powell, FOUR, much needed for Windies. Short and wide outside off, Powell reaches for it and cuts it uppishly over point. Third man sprints across but the timing on that was impeccable, hence he couldn't stop it
7.2
1
Rubel to Ramdin, 1 run, quick legs. Good running between the wickets on that occasion. Was a skiddy length delivery around off, Ramdin played it with soft hands and got an inside edge to it. The ball just fell near the stumps and the batsmen crossed over for a quick run
7.1
1
Rubel to Powell, 1 run, Rubel almost gets Powell. This was a short of a length delivery outside off, Powell played a horizontal slap and got an outside edge that flew down to third man, but on a bounce

Rubel Hossain [1.0-0-5-0] is back into the attack

6.6
1
Soumya Sarkar to Powell, 1 run, normal-paced length ball on the pads, tucked away to deep square leg
6.5
1
Soumya Sarkar to Ramdin, 1 run, slower delivery, Ramdin waits for it on the back foot and scythes it to sweeper cover
6.5
1
Soumya Sarkar to Ramdin, wide, effort ball from Soumya Sarkar as he bangs one short. Too short and it flies over the batsman's head
6.4
0
Soumya Sarkar to Ramdin, no run, 131kph short of length delivery, Ramdin is beaten on his swivel-pull - courtesy extra bounce. Gets hit on the tummy
6.3
1
Soumya Sarkar to Powell, 1 run, punched off the back foot and a fumble at extra cover allows the batters to rotate strike
6.2
1
Soumya Sarkar to Ramdin, 1 run, on the hips and Ramdin gets inside the line of it to help it down to fine leg
6.2
1
Soumya Sarkar to Ramdin, wide, skiddy short of length delivery down the leg-side
6.1
1
Soumya Sarkar to Powell, 1 run, driven wide of mid-off for a single

Denesh Ramdin, right handed bat, comes to the crease

5.6
0
Shakib to Samuels, out Bowled!! Cleans him up! Much quicker at 93kph, doesn't rise and skids through. It almost crawled through. Samuels can't crouch so low and the ball crashes into the middle stump beating the inside edge. End of the powerplay and Windies are wobbling at 32/3. Just one run and a wicket off Shakib's opening over. Samuels couldn't believe it! Has a surprised look on his face. Samuels b Shakib 2(7)

Shakib to Samuels, THAT'S OUT!! Bowled!!

5.5
0
Shakib to Samuels, no run, quicker delivery at 88kph, Samuels is beaten on the inside edge as he is late to close his bat's face
5.4
0
Shakib to Samuels, no run, sliding on the pads, Samuels is late on the glance and the ball goes to short fine off his pads. Samuels turns down the single
5.3
1
Shakib to Powell, 1 run, worked through mid-wicket
5.2
0
Shakib to Powell, no run, the slider that keeps a touch low, Powell brings his bat down hurriedly to keep it out
5.1
0
Shakib to Powell, no run, starts with a flat ball wide of off, patted to cover

Shakib Al Hasan, left-arm orthodox, comes into the attack

4.6
0
Soumya Sarkar to Samuels, no run, end of an eventful over. Samuels tapped this length ball in front of backward point and looked to steal a run. Gets sent back by Powell
4.6
1
Soumya Sarkar to Samuels, wide, errs in line, well down the leg-side

Rovman Powell, right handed bat, comes to the crease

4.5
0
Soumya Sarkar to Walton, out Caught by (sub)Sabbir Rahman!! Soumya Sarkar gets a wicket. Smart bowling from him. The change of pace does the trick. He was asked to finish Islam's over and he gets the wicket of Walton. He is pumped. The slower ball - cutter - deceives Walton. Walton walked down the track to go straight over the bowler's head. Was too early into the stroke and ended up miscuing it to long-on off the inside half. Both the openers back in the hut, now. Walton c (sub)Sabbir Rahman b Soumya Sarkar 19(19) [4s-3]

Soumya Sarkar to Walton, THAT'S OUT!! Caught!!

4.5
1
Soumya Sarkar to Walton, wide, 127kph, short of length delivery, slipped down the leg-side
4.4
1
Soumya Sarkar to Samuels, 1 run, starts with an in-angling length ball on the stumps, tucked to short mid-wicket

Soumya Sarkar, right-arm fast medium, comes into the attack

4.3
0
Nazmul Islam to Samuels, no run, slower through the air, driven to the right of a diving bowler. The mid-on fielder tidies up. Nazmul Islam is struggling here. After his dive to his right, while Walton was trying to come back into the crease, his boot made contact with the finger. Well, by the looks of it, more than just a contact. Stepped on the bowling figures. Nazmul is walking off the field
4.2
1
Nazmul Islam to Walton, 1 run, moves leg-side, crouches low to off-drive this flighted delivery to long-off
4.1
1
Nazmul Islam to Samuels, 1 run, starts with a slider and Samuels gets off the mark by jabbing it to mid-wicket

Nazmul Islam, left-arm orthodox, comes into the attack

3.6
0
Mustafizur to Walton, no run, sharp bouncer from over the wicket around off, Walton didn't see that coming. Tries to upper-cut, but is beaten for pace

Marlon Samuels, right handed bat, comes to the crease

3.5
0
Mustafizur to Andre Fletcher, out Caught by Nazmul Islam!! Can you believe it? Andre Fletcher has picked the man in the deep to perfection. This is exactly what the Bangladeshis planned. With a fielder manning the fence at deep backward point, Mustafizur hurled a full ball wide of off. Fletcher chases it with hard hands and ended up slicing it straight into the bucket hands of Nazmul Islam there. A wicket for Mustafizur in his opening over. Andre Fletcher c Nazmul Islam b Mustafizur 6(7)

Mustafizur to Andre Fletcher, THAT'S OUT!! Caught!!

Mustafizur Rahman moves to round the wicket

3.4
1
Mustafizur to Walton, 1 run, walks across and looks to hack over mid-wicket. Gets it off the inside half and the ball goes to the right of mid-on, who makes a tumbling stop
3.3
0
Mustafizur to Walton, no run, full and angling away outside off, Walton can't reach out for that. Was outside the tramline and the umpire doesn't deem it a wide. Lucky!
3.2
5
Mustafizur to Andre Fletcher, 5 runs, taps this short of length delivery with soft hands in front of backward point and Walton calls his partner through for a quick single. The fielder has a shy at the stumps and there's no one backing up there. The deep mid-wicket fielder puts in a dive to his left, but makes contact with the ropes when he tried to flick the ball back into play. It was a good call from Walton. Four bonus runs for Windies
3.1
0
Mustafizur to Andre Fletcher, no run, 133kph, away-angler outside off from a good length, Fletcher goes hard at it with an angled bat. Doesn't connect

Mustafizur Rahman, left-arm fast medium, comes into the attack

2.6
4
Abu Hider to Walton, FOUR, Walton goes aerial and makes good contact. Waits for this good length ball to arrive and stands tall to elevate it over covers. Easily done
2.5
1
Abu Hider to Andre Fletcher, 1 run, stays leg-side of the ball and throws the kitchen sink at this length ball on off. Chopped towards cover and the batsmen scamper across for a single
2.4
1
Abu Hider to Walton, 1 run, risky single. A direct hit would have been curtains for Walton. The batsman cleared his front leg and thrashes this length ball straight to mid-off and ran across. Luckily for Walton, the fielder didn't hit the target at the bowler's head
2.3
0
Abu Hider to Walton, no run, fuller in length and Walton push-drives it back to the bowler
2.2
2
Abu Hider to Walton, 2 runs, goes downtown and skews it off the toe end. Walton wanted to go straighter, but it went over vacant mid-on. The long-on fielder ran forward and put it in the dive. Couldn't get there. Was a seam-up delivery that curled in sharply
2.1
0
Abu Hider to Walton, no run, width provided outside off from round the wicket and Rony gets away with it. Walton angle-bats it straight to cover off the back foot
1.6
0
Rubel to Andre Fletcher, no run, another skiddy ball from a good length outside off, Fletcher walks across to play across the line. A nothing shot and he gets beaten as the ball goes underneath the bat
1.5
0
Rubel to Andre Fletcher, no run, a shuffle across followed by a defensive tap back at the bowler to a good length ball on off
1.4
1
Rubel to Walton, 1 run, Walton eyes another pull against a back of a length delivery and drags it to square leg off the inner half
1.3
0
Rubel to Walton, no run, hurled fuller and Walton drives it back to the bowler
1.2
4
Rubel to Walton, FOUR, typical Calypso shot! Rubel Hossain persists with the shortish length, was angled in towards the stumps and Walton had one foot off the ground as he pulled it over mid-wicket. One bounce and into the fence
1.1
0
Rubel to Walton, no run, pace and bounce! Walton is beaten. 135kph back of a length delivery that zips off the deck outside off, Walton has a wild swing of the bat. Went over the wafting blade

Rubel Hossain, right-arm fast medium, comes into the attack

Pace from both ends. A wide slip...

0.6
1
Abu Hider to Walton, 1 run, now he scurries through for a quick single. Back-footed push on the rise towards mid-off
0.5
4
Abu Hider to Walton, FOUR, Rony shifts to round the wicket and bowls a length ball on off. Walton stands tall off the back foot and punches it solidly through the cover region. The fielder there inside the circle put in a dive to his right, but in vain
0.4
0
Abu Hider to Walton, no run, Walton stays leg-side of the ball and brings his bat down to pat this length ball straight to short extra cover
0.3
1
Abu Hider to Andre Fletcher, leg byes, 1 run, another lbw appeal, once again it pitched outside leg. Fletcher is late on the glance and gets beaten by the inward movement off the deck. The ball dies down on the leg-side
0.2
1
Abu Hider to Walton, leg byes, 1 run, optimistic appeal for lbw, pitched outside leg and was seaming further down, a backing away Walton misses the flick and the ball rolls towards square leg. The batsmen collect a single via leg-byes
0.1
0
Abu Hider to Walton, no run, Rony starts with a short of length delivery angled across the left-hander just outside off, Walton stays on the back foot and punches it to extra cover

Walton and Andre Fletcher are at the crease. Walton is on strike. Abu Hider will open the attack