Bangladesh easily defeated the West Indies in the second One-Day International of the series, earning them their largest victory away from home. With one game remaining, the visitors had an unstoppable 2-0 lead because to their clinical nine-wicket victory. Bangladesh have now won in six of the last seven international ODI series.
Bangladesh would have been thrilled to have dismissed West Indies for just 108 after choosing to bowl, thanks to Bangladesh's spinners. Mehidy Hasan's 4-29 in eight overs and Nasum Ahmed's 3-19 in ten overs both played a significant role in creating a web around the West Indies batsmen on Wednesday (July 13) who once again failed to show up.
No other batter was able to make a start and convert it as Bangladesh took advantage of the slow track, which helped the spinners, and Keemo Paul top-scored with a 24-ball 25. West Indies paid the price for their batsmen failing their team for the second game in a row.
By bowling the West Indies out in just 35 overs, the bowlers paved the way for the batsmen. As the captain took the lead, Tamim Iqbal and Najmul Hossain Shanto put together a solid opening stand of 48 runs. After that, he and Liton Das worked together to wrap things up with just over 30 overs left as Bangladesh reached the mark in 20.4 overs. Liton was 32 not out, while Tamim was unbeaten at 50 off 62.
Brief scores: West Indies 108 in 35 overs (Keemo Paul 25*; Mehidy Hasan 4-29, Nasum Ahmed 3-19) lost to Bangladesh 112/1 in 20.4 overs (Tamim Iqbal 50*, Liton Das 32*) by 9 wickets.