Bangladesh's re-visitation of worldwide cricket after more than 10 months was a smooth one as Tamim Iqbal began his drawn out ODI captaincy with an arrangement win.
The Tigers enrolled a seven-wicket win in the second ODI against an unpracticed West Indies side at the Sher-e-Bangla National Stadium in Mirpur yesterday, securing the three-coordinate arrangement 2-0 with a game left to play.
Unexpectedly, Bangladesh packaged out the resistance under 150 for the second sequential game in ODIs, kindness of Mehedi Hasan Miraz's four-wicket pull. West Indies were shot out for 148 and the Tigers pursued the objective with 16.4 overs to save.
Captain Tamim scored his 48th ODI fifty while Shakib AL Hasan stayed unbeaten on 43 off 50 balls to control the Tigers to a predominant success.
Shakib kept on having an effect in his second match back from a global boycott as the boss all-rounder turned into the principal player to score 2500 runs and get 100 wickets at a solitary scene during his unbeaten 43 thump yesterday.
Tamim then again additionally arrived at an achievement – turning into the main Bangladeshi batsman to score 1,000 ODI runs against the West Indies on his approach to scoring a fifty.
With two successes, Bangladesh currently have 20 focuses from two games in the ICC 2023 World Cup Super League qualifiers and remain in third situation in the table. It was additionally Bangladesh's seventh back to back win against the West Indies in the 50-over configuration.
It was a fairly sorry trip for the West Indies after captain Jason Mohammed won the throw and chose for bat. It was left-arm seamer Mustafizur Rahman indeed giving the early advancement when he settled opener Sunil Ambris with a delightful length conveyance, which brought about a catch at point.
Mehedi at that point joined the gathering and excused debutant opener Kjorn Ottley for 24 as the guests continued losing wickets at normal stretches. West Indies were at one point battling on 67 for six inside 24 overs.
Rovman Powell's 41-run thump helped the guests go past the 100 imprint while Nkrumah Bonner added 21 runs for the West Indies, before the innings collapsed in 43.4 overs.
Mehedi was the pick of the bowlers as the off-spinner enlisted his best bowling figures of four for 25 from 9.4 overs.
Shakib was indeed instrumental with his left-arm turn, getting two wickets for 30 runs from 10 overs.
Aside from Shakib, Mustafizur Rahman additionally stowed two and youthful pacer Hasan Mahmud took a wicket to finish a clinical bowling execution for Bangladesh.