Cricket-Bangladesh v West Indies second test scoreboard

Sun Nov 25, 2012 12:24pm IST

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KHULNA, Bangladesh, Nov 24 (Reuters) - Scoreboard after West
Indies beat Bangladesh in the second test by 10 wickets at the
Sheikh Abu Naser Stadium on Sunday.
    Bangladesh first innings 387 (Abul Hasan 113, Mahmudullah
76, Nasir Hossain 52; Fidel Edwards 6-90)
    West Indies first innings 648-9 declared (Marlon Samuels
260, Shivnarine Chanderpaul 150 not out, Darren Bravo 127;
Shakib Al Hasan 4-151, Sohag Gazi 3-167)
    Bangladesh second innings (overnight 226-6)
 Tamim Iqbal b Best               28
 Nazimuddin lbw b Edwards          0
 Shahriar Nafees c Sammy b Best   21
 Naeem Islam b Best                2
 Shakib Al Hasan c Best b Permaul 97
 Mushfiqur Rahim b Permaul        10
 Nasir Hossain b Best             94
 Mahmudullah c Ramdin b Permaul    2
 Sohag Gazi b Best                 7
 Abul Hasan not out                7
 Rubel Hossain c Bravo b Best     14
 Extras (lb-3, w-1, nb-1)          5
 Total (all out; 70.1 overs)     287
    Fall of wickets: 1-1 2-49 3-51 4-62 5-82 6-226 7-228 8-254
9-269
    Bowling: Edwards 17-0-95-1 (1nb), Narine 9-0-48-0, Permaul
20-2-67-3, Best 12.1-1-40-6 (1w), Gayle 4-0-15-0, Sammy 8-3-19-0
    West Indies second innings
 C. Gayle not out                 20
 K. Powel not out                  9
 Extras (w-1)                      1
 Total (no loss; 4.4 overs)       30
    Did not bat: D. Bravo, S. Chanderpaul, M. Samuels, D.
Ramdin, D. Sammy, V. Permaul, S. Narine, T. Best, F. Edwards
    Bowling: Sohag Gazi 1-0-8-0, Rubel Hossain 2-0-14-0 (1w),
Naeem Islam 1.4-1-8-0
    West Indies won by 10 wickets.
    West Indies won the series 2-0
    Man of the Match: Marlon Samuels
    Man of the series: Shivnarine Chanderpaul

 (Compiled by Azad Majumder; Editing by Sudipto Ganguly)
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