West Indies vs Bangladesh Highlights, ICC World Cup 2019: Shakib, Das star as Bangladesh beat West Indies by 7 wickets
Highlights WI vs Ban, ICC World Cup 2019: Shakib al Hasan (124*) and Liton Das (94*) chased down 322 in just 41.3 overs
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Highlights: Shakib al Hasan scored his ton in 83 balls. He was supported on the other end by Liton Das who also scored a half century. Bangladesh chased down the total in 41.3 overs. Earlier, West Indies finished at 321/8 in 50 overs with Shai Hope hammering 96 runs. Mustafizur Rahman picked up three wickets.
West Indies vs Bangladesh, Highlights:
Bangladesh win by 7 wickets
Fantastic win for Bangladesh - the side has pulled off an easy seven wicket victory. Liton Das chases down the total of 322/3 in 41.3 overs.
300 up for Bangladesh
Shakib al Hasan hits it straight down the ground and runs a couple. Brings up 300 for Bangladesh. This match is now going only one way.
Caught... in the crowd - back to back
Liton Das has fired three back-to-back sixes in Shannon Gabriel’s over. Two of them were caught in the crowd by bystanders. Fantastic stuff from Liton Das. 24 runs in the over. Bangladesh need 28 to win in 12 overs.
Litton Das has played the perfect supporting role in the match. He brings up his half century in 43 balls. Bangladesh 251/3 in 34.3 overs.
Hundred for Shakib
Shakib al Hasan brings up his 9th ton - his 2nd in the tournament. He has kept Bangladesh in the hunt and has been supported well by Liton Das. Bangladesh 248/3 in 34 overs - need 74 in 96 balls
200 up for Bangladesh
Plenty of drama in the middle, including a run-out appeal. But nothing comes off it. Liton Das takes a single and brings up 200 for Bangladesh.
Shakib al Hasan is toying with Shannon Gabriel at the moment. He hammers him for three boundaries in one over and now he enters the 80s.
Shakib al Hasan gives himself room on a straighter one from Jason Holder and slammed it hard down the ground for a boundary. He is on the run chase at the moment.
150 up for Bangladesh
FOUR! Pitched it short, Andre Russell, and Litton Das pulled it towards midwicket ropes. Andre Russell, meanwhile, goes down on the floor. He is struggling here. 150 up for Bangladesh.
Shakib al Hasan is fighting the lone battle once again. He brings up his half century in just 40 balls.Bangladesh are 139/3 in 20.1 overs.
Edged and caught
Mushfiqur Rahim has played a delivery going down towards the leg side straight to the keeper. Soft dismissal and he walks back for 1. BAN 133/3
What an effort by Sheldon Cottrell! A brilliant pick up and throw off his own bowling as Tamim Iqbal is run out for 18. This was a promising partnership for Bangladesh but they will have to rebuild now. BAN 121/2
Shakib al Hasan becomes the 2nd Bangladesh batsmen to complete 6000 runs in ODIs. He is only second to his current batting partner Tamim Iqbal.
15 overs gone
Massive cheers for Shakib al Hasan as he brings up his 6,000 ODI runs. 15 overs gone, Bangladesh are 108/1.
100 up for Bangladesh
FOUR! Pitched outside off stump and Tamim slammed hard. Flashed it towards midwicket for a boundary. Brings up 100 for Bangladesh in style.
Bangladesh on fire
With rain falling hard on the pitch, Bangladesh are scoring runs quickly now. Tamim Iqbal and Shakib al Hasan are dealing in boundaries, trying to quickly get some runs on the board. 11 overs gone, BAN 81/
Edged and Gayle has taken it lying down. Stunned by the bouncer and just opend the face of the bat. Sarkar departs for 29. Windies 52/1
Tamim goes big! Gets a short one from Jason Holder and he has lifted it up in the air - right off the middle of the bat. Clears the distance. Flicks one for a boundary towards backwards square leg and that’s 10 runs off the first two balls from Cottrell.
Solid start for Bangladesh
Bangladesh have got off to a solid start. Both the batsmen are not taking too much risks at the moment and scoring runs. 3 overs gone, BAN 15/0
Chase is on
Tamim Iqbal and Soumya Sarkar are out in the middle. Sheldon Cottrell starts off with the new ball. Chase is on.
End of innings
Mohammad Shaifudin bowls three wides in the final over and gets hammered for a six. He then cleaned up Bravo with a yorker in the final ball. West Indies reach 321/8 in 50 overs.
Oshane Thomas has knocked down the stumps with his bat, but the referee says his bat hit after completing his follow through. So NOT OUT.
300 up for Windies
SIX! Darren Bravo flicks it towards mid-wicket for a six. Brings up 300 for Windies in style. Still two overs to go.
Shai Hope departs
GONE! Shai Hope gets one full toss and he has flicked it straight to midwicket. Easy catch for Litton Das. Mustafizur Rahman.
Jason Holder flies one shot too many. Came under the ball, but misjudged the length. It got a leading edge and an easy catch for Mahmudullah. WI 282/6
Jason Holder has hit it out of the park -that has gone miles into the stands. He hits another one at long-off to Tamim, but it just fell short and the ball went for four. Captain’s knock.
Russell goes for duck
Edged and caught - Fizz gets another big one in the same over. Windies lose half their side for 243. Back-to-back ducks for Russell.
Shimron Hetmyer skies a slow one from Fizz. Mistimes the shot and Tamim Iqbal makes a good judgment dive to take the catch. WI 242/4 in 39.3 overs.
Hetmyer on a roll
Hetmyer completes 1000 ODI runs in 28 inns - 4th quickest West Indies batsman, behind Viv (21), Greenidge (23) and Sarwan (27)”
200 up for Windies
SIX! SIX! Hetmyer slams two big hits at midwicket off Mohammad Saifuddin. He brings up 200 for Windies in style.
A new Hope
Shai Hope has slammed a six and a boundary against Fizz and he is not giving any room to the left-handed batsman. Expensive over this one from the bowler - with two wides, including a wide boundary. 18 runs in it.
End of Pooran’s innings - Shakib pitches it fuller, the batsman went after it. Mistimed it. Easy catch for Soumya Sarkar at long-on. West Indies are 159/3 after 32.2 overs.
150 up for Windies
SIX! Nicholas Pooran joins the party - Hasan pitched it fuller and the batsman slammed it straight, coming under the ball - straight to long-off boundary. Brilliant skills. Puts a dent in the roof. 150 up for Windies.
Shai Hope brings up his half century in 75 balls. He averages over 90 against Bangladesh and this is yet another classy knock from the batsman.
Evin Lewis’ brilliant innings comes to an end - a genuine slice of bat from the batsman and Shakib al Hasan gets the prized wicket. Easy take for sub fielder Sabbir Rahman at long-off. WI 122/2
Evin Lewis fifty
FIFTY! Evin Lewis brings up his half century and this has put Windies in command. He has batted brilliantly since the early dismissal and now Bangladesh are hunting for wickets.
Bangladesh looking for wickets
Mashrafe is making changes looking for a wicket, but this West Indian-pair has been solid. They have weathered the initial storm and are now looking to bat deep into the innings. This is a high-scoring ground and with wickets in hand, they can erupt.
West Indies build
After the early setback, West Indies have found some momentum and Evin Lewis and Shai Hope have built a good platform. This can be problematic for Bangladesh, if they need to find a footing in this game
Mehidy has been introduced into the attack, West Indies have been watchful so far and they are trying to set a platform. Bangladesh have been tight so far, but you can never rule out a West Indies-counter attack. It can come anytime
Lewis, Hope hold fort
After the early dismissal, Evin Lewis and Shai Hope have been watchful, but have also been putting away the loose deliveries at the same time. This is a good phase for them and they have to see off the new ball
Emphatic from Hope
The ball was short, it sat up nicely and Shai Hope stood tall and absolutely thumped it past short mid-wicket for a boundary. He is a man in form and needs to bat big today
And the seaming ball takes care of Chris Gayle. Length ball angled away from Chris Gayle, who stays put and wafts his bat, but the ball takes the edge and Mushfiqur dives across and takes a smart catch. Big blow for West Indies, Bangladesh strike.
Mashrafe runs in
Chris Gayle takes guard, Mashrafe with the new ball, there could be movement on offer here and this is where West Indies need to be careful and see out this phase
West Indies (Playing XI): Chris Gayle, Evin Lewis, Darren Bravo, Shai Hope(w), Nicholas Pooran, Shimron Hetmyer, Jason Holder(c), Andre Russell, Sheldon Cottrell, Oshane Thomas, Shannon Gabriel
Bangladesh (Playing XI): Tamim Iqbal, Soumya Sarkar, Shakib Al Hasan, Mushfiqur Rahim(w), Liton Das, Mahmudullah, Mosaddek Hossain, Mohammad Saifuddin, Mehidy Hasan, Mashrafe Mortaza(c), Mustafizur Rahman
Probably an opportunity to put some runs on the board. We don’t want to drop our intent and we want to be a little smarter and play well. One change for us. Carlos Brthwaite is out and Darren Bravo is in.
Bangladesh bowl first
Mashrafe: We would like to bowl first. Our batting has been good, we have been chasing well. We have been on and off for our practice. Mithun is not playing. Liton Das will play.
Bangladesh predicted XI
Bangladesh had a fantastic start to the tournament, defeating South Africa in their opening contest. With the win, many started expecting that the side could produce a few more upsets in the tournament. But since then, things have gone downhill for the Tigers.
Here is Bangladesh’s predicted XI against West Indies.
Windies predicted XI
West Indies had gone off to a great start at the World Cup 2019. A win over Pakistan prompted many to wonder if the side can be termed as the dark horses of the tournament. But things have changed for the side since then.
Windies suffered a defeat at the hands of Australia by 15 runs in their second game. Facing off against an underconfident South Africa, the side had to share points with the rain playing a spoilsport to the contest. In their previous game, the Jason Holder-led side suffered an 8 wicket defeat to the hosts England.
Here is the West Indies predicted XI.
Top 5 player battles
West Indies had gone off to a great start at the World Cup 2019. A win over Pakistan prompted many to wonder if the side can be termed as the dark horses of the tournament. But things have changed for the side since then. Much like Bangladesh, who also had a fantastic start to the tournament, defeating South Africa in their opening contest. With the win, many started expecting that the side could produce a few more upsets in the tournament. But since then, things have gone downhill for the Lions.
Read about the battles here.
WI, Bangladesh need to get back on track
It could be too early to drop the hammer on the World Cup and yet, for Bangladesh and West Indies, their campaigns could well be one loss away from being over. Both the sides have pedigree and ability and yet, they are floundering. England, India, Australia and New Zealand have broken away from the pack and both the Windies and Bangladesh have already lost two games and suffered a washout, they cannot afford to lose here. It is a match to watch out for.