Cricket-Bangladesh v West Indies second test scoreboard

Thu Nov 22, 2012 4:32pm IST

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KHULNA, Bangladesh, Nov 22 (Reuters) - Scoreboard at the
close on the second day of the second test between Bangladesh
and West Indies at the Sheikh Abu Naser Stadium on Thursday. 
    Bangladesh won the toss and elected to bat
    Bangladesh first innings (overnight 365-8)
 Tamin Iqbal b Sammy                   32 
 Nazimuddin c Powell b Edwards          4 
 Shahriar Nafees c Ramdin b Sammy      26 
 Naeem Islam b Edwards                 16 
 Shakib Al Hasan c Ramdin b Edwards    17
 Mushfiqur Rahim c Ramdin b Edwards    38
 Nasir Hossain c Edwards b Permaul     52
 Mahmudullah c&b Sammy                 76
 Sohag Gazi lbw b Edwards               0
 Abul Hasan c Sammy b Edwards         113
 Rubel Hossain not out                  5
 Extras (b-4 lb-3 nb-1)                 8 
 Total (all out; 91.1 overs)          387
    Fall of wickets: 1-5 2-64 3-77 4-93 5-98 6-185 7-193 8-193
9-377
    Bowling: Edwards 18.1-2-90-6 (1nb), Best 10-3-31-0, Sammy
23-4-74-3, Narine 19-0-91-0, Permaul 19-2-79-1, Samuels 2-0-15-0
    West Indies first innings
 C.Gayle c Rahim b Gazi                25
 K.Powell c Shakib b Rubel             13
 D.Bravo not out                       85
 M.Samuels not out                    109
 Extras (lb-3 w-1 nb-5)                 9
 Total (two wickets; 82 overs)        241
    Fall of wickets: 1-37 2-43 
    To bat: S.Chanderpaul, D.Ramdin, D.Sammy (captain),
V.Permaul, S.Narine, T.Best, F.Edwards
    Bowling (to date): Sohag Gazi 20-3-67-1, Abul Hasan
14-0-56-0 (w-1 nb-3), Rubel Hossain 14-5-31-1 (nb-2), Naeem
Islam 1-0-3-0, Shakib Al Hasan 26-8-56-0, Mahmudullah 7-0-25-0
    West Indies lead the two-match series 1-0

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