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West Indies vs Bangladesh Tri-Nation Series Final 2019 Highlights

Cricket Highlights - West Indies vs Bangladesh Tri-Nation Series Final 2019


Watch the highlights of West Indies vs Bangladesh Tri-Nation Series Final 2019 - Ireland Tri-Nation one-day international series of the Final played between Bangladesh and West Indies at The Village, Malahide, Dublin 17th May 2019.

West Indies vs Bangladesh Tri-Nation Series Final 2019 Highlights
Mosaddek Hossain drives on the up © ICC

Soumya Sarkar, Mosaddek Hossain's blazing half-centuries and Mushfiqur Rahim's quick-fire 36 helped to Bangladesh pulled off a historic win their first-ever ODI tournament final by five-wickets via DLS method over West Indies in a rain-shortened game of the final of a Tri-nation series.

* 144 : Shai Hope and Sunil Ambris set up the fourth highest first-wicket partnership for West Indies against Bangladesh in One-day internationals.

West Indies scored 152-1 in 24 overs due to five-fours rain break with top scorer by Shai Hope struck 74 off 64-balls including 6-fours & 3-sixes with strike rate of 115.62 and Sunil Ambris cracked a unbeaten 69 off 78-balls including 7-fours.

Bangladesh best bowler by Mehidy Hasan Miraz took one-wicket for 22-runs in 4-overs.

Bangladesh chased 213-5 in 22.5 overs - due to rain revised target of 212 from 24-overs with top scorer by Soumya Sarkar hammered a 66 off 41-balls including 9-fours & 3-sixes with strike rate of 160.97, Mosaddek Hossain 52 not out.

Mushfiqur Rahim blasted a 36 off 22-balls including 2-sixes & 2-fours with strike rate of 163.63, Mahmudullah 19 not out and Tamim Iqbal 18.

West Indies best bowler by Raymon Reifer, Shannon Gabriel both took 2-wickets and one for Fabian Allen.

Mosaddek Hossain named Player of the match for his match-winning blazing unbeaten career-best 52-runs knocked off facing 27-balls including 5-sixes and 2-fours with strike rate of 192.59.

Shai Hope named Player of the series for contributing 470-runs including two centuries and two fifties with average of 94 in the Tri-nation series.