TE24 Sports Desk:
Bangladesh won the first day of the international tournament on Sunday by six wickets in the West Indies tour. Bangladesh won the draw and the outfield was wet, so he decided to pick the ball in a match that was reduced to 41 overs per innings.
The West Indies struggled to succeed, with No. 3 Shamar Brooks leading the unbeaten score of 149-9 with 33 off 66 balls. Tail renders Anderson Phillip (21 not out) and Jaden Shields (16 out) resigned from the last wicket and refused to add 39 runs. Philip Providens hit just six innings for his team.
Shariful Islam 4-34 and Mehdi Hasan Miraj 3-36, selected by Bangladeshi bowlers. Bangladesh scored 151-4 in 31.5 overs with 55 balls to spare. Mahmudra scored an unbeaten 41 off 69 balls and Nazumul Hossain Shant scored 38 off 47 balls. The
Spinner Gudeke was the Spartan with a 1-18 return in 9 overs from Smoothie. Second ODI.
The three-match series will be held at the same venue on Wednesday. The West Indies won 2-0 in both the test and the Twenty20 series.