Cricket-Bangladesh v West Indies second test scoreboard

Wed Nov 21, 2012 1:53pm IST

KHULNA, Bangladesh, Nov 21 (Reuters) - Scoreboard at tea on
the opening day of the second test between West Indies and
Bangladesh at the Sheikh Abu Naser Stadium on Wednesday.
Bangladesh won the toss and opted to bat.
    Bangladesh first innings
 T. Iqbal b Sammy                  32
 Nazimuddin c Powell b Edwards      4
 S. Nafees c Ramdin b Sammy        26
 N. Islam b Edwards                16
 S. Al Hasan c Ramdin b Edwards    17
 M. Rahim not out                  32
 N. Hossain c Edwards b Permaul    52 
 Mahmudullah not out                0
 Extras (b-4 lb-2 nb-1)             7 
 Total (54 overs; six wickets)    186
    Fall of wickets: 1-5 2-64 3-77 4-93 5-98 6-185
    To bat: S. Gazi, A. Hasan, R. Hossain
    Bowling (to date): Fidel Edwards 9-2-42-3 (nb-1), Tino Best
9-3-25-0, Darren Sammy 17-4-40-2, Sunil Narine 10-0-46-0
Veerasammy Permaul 9-2-27-1
    West Indies lead two-match series 1-0.

 (Compiled by Azad Majumder; Editing by John O'Brien)

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