West Indies innings
32 overs: West Indies 132 all out: That's it. Bangladesh thrash West Indies by 160 runs to lead five match ODI series 2-0. Last two batsmen to fall were Andre Russell and Sunil Narine.
Andre Russell run out (Mominul/Rahim) 9(15)
Narine c Tamim Iqbal b Sohag 10(15)
28 overs: West Indies 112 for 8 Kieron Pollard the latest man to fall. The last glimmer of hope is gone for the visitors. Naeem Islam bowls a quicker one and Pollard stay back and completely misjudges the line. He is clean bowled.
Pollard b Naeem Islam 25(35)
25 overs: West Indies 101 for 7 Skipper Darren Sammy departs this time. It's surely all over for the visitors now. Mahmudullah picks up his man, Sammy backed himself to clear the boundary as he went for that lofted drive but it went only as far as the fielder at deep cover, few metres inside the boundary.
Sammy c (sub)Jahurul Islam b Mahmudullah 12(19)
19 overs: West Indies 80 for 6 Two more wickets fall down as West Indies stare at a crushing defeat. Razzak gets two in an over. First one to go Darren Bravo, he came forward and was playing for the turn, but this one went straight-on and takes the outside edge and straight to Rahim. Second one to fall, Devon Thomas. He is clean bowled by the left-arm spinner.
Darren Bravo c Rahim b Razzak 28(41)
Devon Thomas b Razzak 0(2)
16 overs: West Indies 66 for 4 Wickets keep on tumbling for the visitors. Abdur Razzak picks up his first wicket of the match. Dwayne Smith the man to take a long walk back this time. Smith pushes forward, but the ball hits him low on the pads and the umpire had no hesitation raising the finger. Bangladeshi bowlers have dried up the boundaries.
Dwayne Smith lbw b Razzak 0(3)
14 overs: West Indies 63 for 3 Anotherone falls. Hosts are on top and are picking wickets at regular interval. Marlon Samuels the man to fall this time as Sohag picks up his second scalp of the match. He bowls a flat delivery outside off and Samuels went back to punch it through, but gets a faint edge to the keeper.
Marlon Samuels c Rahim b Sohag 16(21)
13 overs: West Indies 59 for 2 Darren Bravo and Marlon Samuels are doing the rebuilding work for the visitors. Both batsmen are rotating the strike well and are hitting boundaries as well. Playing the ball to its merit is a tenet for them at the moment.
9 overs: West Indies 38 for 2 Big wicket for hosts. Chris Gayle departs in the eighth over. Gayle, who started slowly, was looking dangerous in last few overs. He smashed Bangladeshi bowler for a six and two fours, has fallen to Mashrafe Mortaza. Gayle charged down and the bowler bowled it a little short, Gayle got an outside edge and straight to the keeper.
Gayle c Rahim b Mortaza 15(22)
5 overs: West Indies 16 for 1
5 overs: West Indies 16 for 1 It has been a slow start by West Indies and they have lost Simmons. Sohag Gazi picks up first scalp for the hosts in the fifth over. Simmons comes down the track, didn't get to the pitch of the ball, gets a leading edge towards mid off, where Tamim takes a well judged catch. Chris Gayle and Darren Bravo are at the crease.
Simmons c Tamim Iqbal b Sohag 9(14)
50 overs: Bangladesh 292 for 4 It's a formidable score thanks to Anamul Haque's 120 off 145 balls. Ravi Rampaul finishes with figures of 5 for 49. Don't forget Mushfiqur Rahim who made a brilliant 79. It's a tall order for the Caribbean team. It's indeed.
47 overs: Bangladesh 240 for 4 Anamul Haque reaches his maiden ton off the fifth ball of Ravi Rampaul's over. Remember, it's only his second ODI. His partnership with Mominul Haque (26) has gone up to 39 runs. Anamul (19y-352d) is the second youngest player to score an ODI hundred against West Indies after Pakistan's Ahmed Shehzad (19y-153d Gros Islet, April 2011).
39 overs: Bangladesh 201 for 4 Rampaul strikes down another wicket. Nasir Hossain miscued his pull shot and Chris Gayle took a nice catch at cover. Mominul Haque has joined Anamul Haque (90) at the crease.
37 overs: Bangladesh 195 for 3 Finally a wicket for the visitors. It's captain Mushfiqur Rahim who goes for 79 off 87 balls. Tries to pull Ravi Rampaul but finds Lendl Simmons at short midwicket. The 174-run stand comes to an end. Rampaul takes his second wicket. Anamul Haque is unbeaten on 88 and has been joined by Nasir Hossain.
34 overs: Bangladesh 173 for 2 Darren Sammy and Sunil Narine are bowling in tandem but there hasn't been any success for them. Both Haque and Rahim are piling on the runs. The partnership has gone up to 152 with Haque unbeaten on 85 and Rahim on 70.
27 overs: Bangladesh 135 for 2 The partnership has now gone up to 114. Both Anamul Haque (68) and Mushfiqur Rahim (52) look good to score big runs. It was Rahim's 11 ODI fifty. The hosts on top, by all means.
22 overs: Bangladesh 107 for 2 The hosts have picked up pace in the last few overs thanks predominantly to Mushfiqur Rahim, who has played some big shots. Meanwhile, Anamul Haque has picked up his maiden ODI fifty. Remember it's his only second game. He is unbeaten on 54, while Rahim is on 39 off 43 balls. It's an 86-run stand as of now.
16 overs: Bangladesh 63 for 2 It's been a slow period as far as scoring is concerned. But that's understandable after the early wickets. However, Anamul Haque has played a few lovely drives. He is unbeaten on 34 off 49 balls with the help of six boundaries, while Mushfiqur Rahim is on 15 and is turning out to be good company.
9 overs: Bangladesh 32 for 2 Another wicket goes down. Naeem Islam, in the seventh over, gives a simple catch to Sunil Narine at short fine leg off pacer Ravi Rampaul. Rampaul dug it in and Islam defended awkwardly as the ball went up in the air. Captain Mushfiqur Rahim (2) and Anamul Haque (16) are at the crease right now.
5 overs: Bangladesh 16 for 1 It’s been a quiet start for the hosts and they’ve lost Tamim Iqbal, who found Kieron Pollard at deep square leg while attempting to pull fast bowler Andrew Russell out of the park. He made nine. Naeem Islam (1) and Anamul Haque (7) are at the crease right now.
Khulna: West Indies have won the toss and decided to have a field against Bangladesh in the second ODI here on Sunday.
Bangladesh, who won the first ODI by seven wickets on Friday, are going into the match unchanged, while West Indies have made one change to their side. Allrounder Dwayne Smith has replaced fast bowler Kemar Roach.