Player of the Match
Player of the Match

That's all for now. This is Thilak Ram signing off on behalf of Chandan Duorah and Rashad. Take care and good night.

Tamim Iqbal: At the beginning of the series I told this in one format we are really proud and played really well. And we lost test and T20 series, dressing room wasn't the happiest. Everyone wanted to win. This is really good, there are lot of areas we need to tick boxes. 2023 World Cup probably will be one of the biggest event for all of us, especially four of us who most likely end there and we have to make the bets possible combination and best possible team going forward. Even in the test matches whatever runs I got I was batting well, what wrong I did was I didn't make big. I take it very simple, I just go with the rhythm and see what the situation is, for now it's going well for me. On Nausm, he's brilliant. When Shakib is here, he doesn't get a game, I think he bowled unbelievably, used the conditions very well.

Nicolas Pooran: Tough, tough day, I don't want to talk about it, We didn't show up as a batting group. For sure we need to talk about how we gonna play ODI cricket especially as a batting group and figure it out soon. The wicket gets better as long as the innings go ahead and weren't able to score over 200, it's challenge batting especially after losing the toss. We spoke yesterday the ways to score, you saw the guys sweep and reverse today but it didn't come out. At the moment we are still figuring it out, we are a young group, we are gonna stick together and try our best. On India and New Zealand touring, we definitely need to bat properly, 100%, and put something respectable total on board and again it's a young team we are playing together, the more games we play the more we understand how to go about it and again, stick together and try to bat second. Toss plays a big factor at the moment, whoever wins the toss wins 75% of the games in the Caribbean and we can't make excuses, it's about accepting the challenges and come out keep fighting.

Nasum Ahmed has been adjudged for his match winning bowling figures.

Isam reports this is Bangladesh's biggest win in terms of overs batted in a chase in a full 50-overs overseas ODI

Chasing a moderate total in 50 overs will always go one way unless there's something extraordinary happen or a Stuart Binny thing. Bangladesh tinkered their order and two left handers came in to combat spin and did a decent job and Liton finished the last rites. Target of 108 was chased under 21 overs and the visitors took assailable lead of 2-0 in the series. On the other hand Nic Pooran and his co has a lot to think over their batting and their approach towards spin and were totally outplayed in all three aspects in the series so far. It is Bangladesh's tenth consecutive ODI win over West Indies, dating back to December 2018 and also it is Bangladesh's fifth consecutive bilateral ODI series win - having beaten Sri Lanka, Zimbabwe, Afghanistan and South Africa before this series win.

Motie to Tamim Iqbal, FOUR, Fuller length outside off, advances forward and hits it straight down the ground past the bowler to long off fence. Ends the game in style and also picks up his 53rd ODI fifty

JC: "I think Daryl was talking about Hetmyer not Holder!" Yeah right

Anis: "Only excitement left in this game whether Tamim will get 50 or not"

Motie to Tamim Iqbal, no run, Full on the pads, clips it to short mid wicket, chance of a run out at the non-striker's end, Motie hurt his hand while collecting the throw
Motie to Tamim Iqbal, no run, Full onto the stumps, driven straight back to the bowler
Motie to Tamim Iqbal, no run, Short of a good length on the off stump, rocks back and defends off the back foot

Daryl: "As a West Indian every time you our cricket is heading in the right direction you watch games like these. Sad. We train a young man to be captain all he did was win under 19 World Cup what did we do drop him for fitness while he played an entire IPL season " Holder was given rest..

20 | 9 Runs | BAN: 108/1 (1 run required from 30 overs, RR: 5.40, RRR: 0.03)

  • Litton Das32 (27b)
  • Tamim Iqbal46 (58b)
  • Akeal Hosein6-0-35-0
  • Gudakesh Motie7-1-35-1

Scores level

Hosein to Liton Das, FOUR, Back to back boundaries! Quicker delivery outside off, rocks back and plays a late cut stroke past the slip fielder and off to the boundary ropes
Hosein to Liton Das, FOUR, Full on the pads, advances down the track and lobs it over the mid wicket region for a boundary
Hosein to Liton Das, no run, Good length ball on middle-leg, taps it to the onside

100 comes up for Bangladesh

Hosein to Tamim Iqbal, 1 run, Length ball turning in, moves across and works it away to square leg