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Bangladesh vs West Indies, 2nd ODI Cricbuzz, Mobilecric or Vcricket livescore Bangladesh vs West Indies, 2nd ODI 18 Sunday April 2021 114956000000 Bangladesh won by 7 wkts Cricinfo Commentary updated on 18 Sunday April 2021 114956000000 WI - 148 (43.4) BAN - 149/3 (33.2) Cricinfo Commentary updated on 18 Sunday April 2021 114956000000 CRR:  4.47 Player of the Match Mehidy Hasan Scorecard Refresh Commentary That's that then. After all the drama in the cricketing world in the last week, we see a series wrapped up with a side scoring less than 300 runs in 2 matches and losing 20 wickets. Bangladesh can be very proud of themselves and how clinical they have been whereas West Indies need to go out there and play with freedom in the third ODI to salvage some pride, since this series has exposed a gaping hole in the benchstrength of the team. That's it from us. Cheers! Tamim Iqbal | Bangladesh captain: It was nice to spend some time in the middle. There is a lot of hunger in the dressing room, and there are people breaking the door down like Saif and Taskin. Good, healthy competition in the dressing room and they're working really hard in the nets, so no complaints. Everyone should get a chance to play, even the ones who aren't playing now can perform really well and you'll might see some changes in the final game, so that's not a worry at all. Mehidy Hasan Miraz | Man of the Match: I'm really happy, because we've gotten to play cricket after a long time, and I've got an award after very long. I wasn't bowling well in the first ODI but wanted to come back strongly. Our spin coach gave us some good advice and I applied myself and got the rewards. Tamim bhai and I have played together in BPL so we get on really well. Jason Mohammad | West Indies captain: A bit disappointed. A much better wicket but we didn't put the runs on the board. The spinners would always be a challenge, and we didn't build partnerships and lost wickets in clusters, so that's just not good enough. There's some positives, but hopefully some other guys put their hands up as well. 17:33 Local Time, 11:33 GMT, 17:03 IST: Another one-sided affair. It's been a poor tour for this second string West Indies side, exposing their benchstrength's lack of international exposure. The bowling showed some heart though, and did all they could - first to add some runs as the tail, and then to defend the paltry total they had posted. Bangladesh, however slow, managed to crawl to the total in the end courtesy some of the stalwarts of Bangladesh cricket. Easy peasy. Presentations coming up in a moment, but for now, it's 2-0 to Bangladesh. 33.2 Akeal Hosein to Rahim, 1 run, loopy and down leg, Rahim gets bat on the sweep to short fine leg, and that's a clinical win for Bangladesh - they win the series 2-0! The field comes in. Pulls out of the action. Delay tactics. 33.1 Akeal Hosein to Shakib, 1 run, charges down the wicket and whipped down to long-on, and that's scores level with a single BAN: 147-3 after 33 overs 32.6 Alzarri Joseph to Rahim, no run, fuller length ball on off, driven to mid-off 32.5 Alzarri Joseph to Shakib, 1 run, tucked into the on-side for a single 32.4 Alzarri Joseph to Shakib, no run, zips through on off and middle, Shakib delays the defence 32.3 Alzarri Joseph to Rahim, 1 run, punches this off the backfoot towards sweeper cover for one 32.2 Alzarri Joseph to Rahim, no run, back of a length ball on off, defended off the backfoot 32.1 Alzarri Joseph to Rahim, no run, short of length on off, punched off the backfoot to point BAN: 145-3 after 32 overs 31.6 Akeal Hosein to Shakib, FOUR , another little lap-sweep towards the fine leg fence for four. They're racing to the target now... 31.5 Akeal Hosein to Shakib, 2 runs, loopy full-toss, Shakib gets across and ramp-sweeps it down towards fine leg for two 31.4 Akeal Hosein to Shakib, no run, punched off the backfoot to mid-on 31.3 Akeal Hosein to Shakib, no run, keep going away with the arm, beats Shakib at his own game, past the outside edge 31.2 Akeal Hosein to Rahim, 1 run, tucks this off the backfoot towards square leg for one 31.1 Akeal Hosein to Rahim, no run, tries turning this away into the on-side, gets a leading edge to cover Load More Commentary

Bangladesh vs West Indies, 2nd ODI

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Bangladesh won by 7 wkts

Cricinfo Commentary updated on 18 Sunday April 2021 114956000000

WI - 148 (43.4)
BAN - 149/3 (33.2)

Cricinfo Commentary updated on 18 Sunday April 2021 114956000000
CRR:  4.47

Player of the Match

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That's that then. After all the drama in the cricketing world in the last week, we see a series wrapped up with a side scoring less than 300 runs in 2 matches and losing 20 wickets. Bangladesh can be very proud of themselves and how clinical they have been whereas West Indies need to go out there and play with freedom in the third ODI to salvage some pride, since this series has exposed a gaping hole in the benchstrength of the team. That's it from us. Cheers!

Tamim Iqbal | Bangladesh captain: It was nice to spend some time in the middle. There is a lot of hunger in the dressing room, and there are people breaking the door down like Saif and Taskin. Good, healthy competition in the dressing room and they're working really hard in the nets, so no complaints. Everyone should get a chance to play, even the ones who aren't playing now can perform really well and you'll might see some changes in the final game, so that's not a worry at all.

Mehidy Hasan Miraz | Man of the Match: I'm really happy, because we've gotten to play cricket after a long time, and I've got an award after very long. I wasn't bowling well in the first ODI but wanted to come back strongly. Our spin coach gave us some good advice and I applied myself and got the rewards. Tamim bhai and I have played together in BPL so we get on really well.

Jason Mohammad | West Indies captain: A bit disappointed. A much better wicket but we didn't put the runs on the board. The spinners would always be a challenge, and we didn't build partnerships and lost wickets in clusters, so that's just not good enough. There's some positives, but hopefully some other guys put their hands up as well.

17:33 Local Time, 11:33 GMT, 17:03 IST: Another one-sided affair. It's been a poor tour for this second string West Indies side, exposing their benchstrength's lack of international exposure. The bowling showed some heart though, and did all they could - first to add some runs as the tail, and then to defend the paltry total they had posted. Bangladesh, however slow, managed to crawl to the total in the end courtesy some of the stalwarts of Bangladesh cricket. Easy peasy. Presentations coming up in a moment, but for now, it's 2-0 to Bangladesh.

33.2 Akeal Hosein to Rahim, 1 run, loopy and down leg, Rahim gets bat on the sweep to short fine leg, and that's a clinical win for Bangladesh - they win the series 2-0!

The field comes in. Pulls out of the action. Delay tactics.

33.1 Akeal Hosein to Shakib, 1 run, charges down the wicket and whipped down to long-on, and that's scores level with a single

BAN: 147-3 after 33 overs

32.6 Alzarri Joseph to Rahim, no run, fuller length ball on off, driven to mid-off

32.5 Alzarri Joseph to Shakib, 1 run, tucked into the on-side for a single

32.4 Alzarri Joseph to Shakib, no run, zips through on off and middle, Shakib delays the defence

32.3 Alzarri Joseph to Rahim, 1 run, punches this off the backfoot towards sweeper cover for one

32.2 Alzarri Joseph to Rahim, no run, back of a length ball on off, defended off the backfoot

32.1 Alzarri Joseph to Rahim, no run, short of length on off, punched off the backfoot to point

BAN: 145-3 after 32 overs

31.6 Akeal Hosein to Shakib, FOUR, another little lap-sweep towards the fine leg fence for four. They're racing to the target now...

31.5 Akeal Hosein to Shakib, 2 runs, loopy full-toss, Shakib gets across and ramp-sweeps it down towards fine leg for two

31.4 Akeal Hosein to Shakib, no run, punched off the backfoot to mid-on

31.3 Akeal Hosein to Shakib, no run, keep going away with the arm, beats Shakib at his own game, past the outside edge

31.2 Akeal Hosein to Rahim, 1 run, tucks this off the backfoot towards square leg for one

31.1 Akeal Hosein to Rahim, no run, tries turning this away into the on-side, gets a leading edge to cover