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
Mustafizur to A Russell, THAT'S OUT!! Caught!!
Mustafizur Rahman [3.0-0-31-2] is back into the attack
Ashley Nurse, right handed bat, comes to the crease
Abu Hider to Brathwaite, THAT'S OUT!! Caught!!
Abu Hider Rony [2.0-0-13-0] is back into the attack
Groundstaff are ready with the covers.
It's started raining..
Rubel Hossain [3.0-0-24-1] is back into the attack
Carlos Brathwaite, right handed bat, comes to the crease
Mustafizur to Powell, THAT'S OUT!! Caught!!
Mustafizur Rahman [2.0-0-18-1] is back into the attack
Shakib Al Hasan [2.0-0-6-1] is back into the attack
Andre Russell, right handed bat, comes to the crease
Rubel to Ramdin, THAT'S OUT!! Bowled!!
Rubel Hossain [2.0-0-14-0] is back into the attack
Mustafizur Rahman [1.0-0-6-1] is back into the attack
Shakib Al Hasan [1.0-0-1-1] is back into the attack
Rubel Hossain [1.0-0-5-0] is back into the attack
Denesh Ramdin, right handed bat, comes to the crease
Shakib to Samuels, THAT'S OUT!! Bowled!!
Shakib Al Hasan, left-arm orthodox, comes into the attack
Rovman Powell, right handed bat, comes to the crease
Soumya Sarkar to Walton, THAT'S OUT!! Caught!!
Soumya Sarkar, right-arm fast medium, comes into the attack
Nazmul Islam, left-arm orthodox, comes into the attack
Marlon Samuels, right handed bat, comes to the crease
Mustafizur to Andre Fletcher, THAT'S OUT!! Caught!!
Mustafizur Rahman moves to round the wicket
Mustafizur Rahman, left-arm fast medium, comes into the attack
Rubel Hossain, right-arm fast medium, comes into the attack
Pace from both ends. A wide slip...
Walton and Andre Fletcher are at the crease. Walton is on strike. Abu Hider will open the attack