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Mahmudullah as Tigers post 301, Ton-up Tamim

The roar of Mahmudullah Riyad

Mahmudullah and Bangladesh commander Mashrafe Mortaza, who batted at No. 6 without precedent for over 10 years, profited by Tamim Iqbal’s second hundred of the arrangement as they took Bangladesh to an extremely focused 301. West Indies surrendered 96 keeps running in the last 10 overs, which could conceivably be the distinction between the two sides in the arrangement choosing diversion.

Mahmudullah and Mashrafe included 53 keeps running for the fifth wicket and did as such for the most part the last 10 overs, a period in which Bangladesh has battled in the past two recreations. Mahmudullah was unbeaten on 67 off 49 balls with five fours and three sixes, while Mashrafe impacted four limits and a six in his 25-ball 36.

Tamim, who had made 130* and 54 in the initial two ODIs, began with three fours in the primary Powerplay – cutting through fine leg twice and punching through mid-off – before about giving a jumping Shimron Hetmyer a catch at short midwicket in the thirteenth over. He at that point tapped Keemo Paul over point and coordinated a scope off Devendra Bishoo on his way to a fifty off 66 balls.

Stylish Tamim

Tamim’s initial six was a straight hit off Sheldon Cottrell, and he lined it up with two fours off Paul in the 31st over – impacted down the ground and coordinated through the vacant profound square leg locale. Tamim’s second six – a trudge clear off Bishop – took him to 98 preceding he achieved his century off 120 balls. Just before his expulsion, Tamim felt issues, and afterward cleared a catch to Kieran Powell at short fine-leg.

A major innings from Tamim ended up important after Anamul Haque’s third back to back early rejection. He made just 10, to take his count to 33 in the ODI arrangement, implying that Bangladesh required another Tamim-Shakib establishment.

The accomplished combine gave an 81-run second wicket stand this time, pacing it superior to anything last time. Shakib struck two straight drives and a draw in his 37 off 44 balls, however, his rejection was a pointless one. He hoicked Ashley Nurse’s hurled up conveyance straight down profound midwicket’s throat, exactly when he looked set for another huge score.

Mushfiqur Rahim took after Shakib before long, knocked down some pins off a Nurse half-tracker after he had included 36 keeps running in fast time with Tamim. Mahmudullah, having got a streaky limit off his first ball, rapidly got another four and a six not long after with a breadth and a hit down the ground.

Mashrafe elevating himself to No. 6 was an arraignment of the level of certainty the Bangladesh group administration had in Sabbir Rahman and Mosaddek Hossain. Mashrafe moved in the 42nd over when he struck Holder for three fours out of a line, swatting twice past the bowler and hitting him back to front through cover. He struck Holder for a very much coordinated six over long-on in his next finished, before including an edged four a little a short time later.

Mahmudullah at the opposite end struck two fours through third-man before his initial six got him to his nineteenth ODI fifty. A second one came in the 49th over which cost Cottrell and West Indies 19 runs. Mosaddek got 11 out of the 12 keeps running in the last finished, hurrying three twos of every a column to end the innings on a high for the guests.

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