West Indies beat Bangladesh by 10 wickets in 2nd Test, sweep series | Cricket

West Indies defeated Bangladesh by 10 wickets in the second Test on Monday at the Darren Sami Stadium, capturing the unilateral series 2-0. He won both Tests in four days. The wet ground washed away the first two sessions on Monday, but when Bangladesh resumed at 132-6, they needed 42 runs to restore the West Indies to bat, with the game held for less than 12 overs.

Bangladesh’s second innings was reduced to 186 before being extended to nine overs and 54 runs. Noorul Hasan scored 60 not out off 50 balls.

West Indies opener John Campbell and skipper Craig Brathwaite took 17 balls for the win.

Bangladesh’s 100th Test defeat came after 234 and 186 and West Indies scored 408 and 13 respectively.

When the day’s play started, Mehdi Hassan was dismissed with the Mirage boundary in an attempt to block Alzari Joseph’s bouncer on the next delivery.

Jaden Seals Bags Ducks Abadot Hossein And Shorry Islam Over.

Seals, Joseph and Kemar Roach took three wickets each.

When Noorul was not looking for a run, Khalid Ahmed ran to the duck from the tip of a nonstriker.

Nurul restarted from 16 at night and hit two sixes and five boundaries for his third Test Fifty against the West Indies and a career-best four.

He will start three T20s and three one-day internationals from Saturday.

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