In the second ODI match between Bangladesh and West Indies, the latter emerged triumphant by 9 wickets. Bangladesh won the toss and decided to field first. West Indies managed to put just 108 runs on the board, with Keemo Paul chipping in with 25 runs. Mehidy Hasan picked up 4 wickets for Bangladesh. Bangladesh successfully chased down the target in the 21st over itself, with Tamim Iqbal and Litton Das smashing 50 and 32 runs respectively. Bangladesh will be aiming for a series whitewash while the hosts would be desperate for their first win in this series. West Indies have been put on the backfoot in the third ODI, however, with Mustafizur Rahman getting rid of Shamarh Brooks.
TOSS🪙: Captain @nicholas_47 is second best at toss, but West Indies will bat 🏏 first in this 3rd and final One-Day International at Providence stadium 🇬🇾. #WIvBAN pic.twitter.com/wOqsh02ff4
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