Bangladesh off-spinner Nayeem Hasan took all the wickets that fell on the day but West Indies batter Tagenarine Chanderpaul made a serious impression on the final day of the second four-day match between Bangladesh 'A' and West Indies 'A' at the Daren Sammy Cricket Ground in Saint Lucia on Saturday.
Batter Saif Hassan scored a century to help Bangladesh ‘A’ to a strong position at the end of Day 3 of their second four-day match against hosts West Indies ‘A’ at the Daren Sammy National Cricket Stadium in St Lucia on Friday.
Bangladesh 'A' batter Saif Hassan survived the test of patience after batting for almost five hours as the visitors avoided getting bundled out against hosts West Indies 'A' on another rain-affected day of the second and final four-day match at the Daren Sammy Cricket Ground in St Lucia on Thursday.
Bangladesh 'A' began their tour of the West Indies on a familiar note resembling the national team as the Mohammad Mithun-led side suffered a top order batting collapse against the West Indies 'A' on a shortened opening day of the four-day match in Saint Lucia on Thursday.
After pulling off consecutive victories in the ongoing tour with a nine-wicket win against the West Indies in Guyana to seal the three-match ODI series with a game in hand on Wednesday, Bangladesh captain Tamim Iqbal has put serious emphasis on testing the squad depth in the dead rubber, slated for July 16.
“Everyone wanted to win,” Bangladesh captain Tamim Iqbal said after his side pulled off an emphatic nine-wicket victory against the West Indies at the Providence Stadium in Guyana to seal the three-match with a game in hand on Wednesday.
Tamim Iqbal hit the winning runs to score his 53rd fifty and Bangladesh lived up to favourites tag with a convincing nine-wicket victory in the second ODI against the West Indies at the Providence Stadium in Guyana on Wednesday and emphatically sealed the three-match series with a game in hand.
“Our bowlers should have stuck to their lines,” Bangladesh captain Mahmudullah Riyad said after his side suffered a five-wicket defeat over West Indies in the third and final T20I at the Providence Stadium in Guyana on Thursday.
“We’ll be positive about playing the full match,” said Bangladesh T20I captain Mahmudullah Riyad today ahead of the third and final T20I against the West Indies in Guyana, a game (scheduled for BST 11:30 pm, Thursday) that is likely to be rain-affected. The Tigers skipper, whose side are 1-0 down in the series, replied to questions from reporters regarding the problem areas his team are looking to address with the series-deciding encounter and the World Cup in sight.
Kyle Mayers’ brilliant innings finally ended as play resumed following rain delay and Lunch interval on day three of the Gros Islet Test today.
Shakib Al Hasan and Bangladesh team would be pleased to have scalped two wickets before bad weather stopped proceedings in the morning session on day three of the second and series-deciding Test in Gros Islet, Saint Lucia today.
The West Indies were cruising along nicely until Bangladesh picked three quick wickets near Lunch on day two of the second and final Test at the Darren Sammy Cricket Ground in Gros Islet, Saint Lucia today
The Bangladesh cricket team touring the Caribbean may be ten thousand miles away from where history has been made today, but that didn’t prevent the Tigers from celebrating the inauguration of the Padma Bridge from their end.
Bangladesh’s top order batting meltdown has remained the biggest cause of concern for the team management and the latest batting failure meant the visitors had to suffer a convincing seven-wicket defeat against West Indies in the first Test of the two-match series in Antigua.
When Bangladesh scored 365 runs in the Mirpur Test against Sri Lanka earlier last month, six of their batters had departed for naughts. Bangladesh became the only Test side in history to have suffered the fate twice after the West Indies in 2002 gave the Tigers a first taste, which is only familiar to New Zealand, India, Pakistan and South Africa as of now.
Bangladesh Test skipper Shakib Al Hasan struck the 28th fifty of his career but the Tigers were bundled out for a miserable first innings total on day one of the first Test against the West Indies at the Sir Vivian Richards Stadium in Antigua today.
Bangladesh Test captain said his troops are ‘ready for the challenge’ and Shakib Al Hasan also hoped for a bigger pool of players in near future in the pre-match press conference on Wednesday ahead of the Antigua Test, scheduled to get underway on Thursday from 8 pm [BST].
Top order batter Anamul Haque Bijoy has been added to the Bangladesh Test side for the West Indies tour, informed the Bangladesh Cricket Board (BCB) through a press release today.
Shakib Al Hasan has backed fellow star teammate Mustafizur Rahman’s decision to prefer playing limited-over cricket in a pre-match press-conference today ahead of the Antigua Test, starting on Thursday [8:00 pm BST].