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Bangladesh won the match

07 May 2015, 21:05 | Update: 07 May 2015, 23:16

The target is 262 runs. It's not too big. Recently, against the West Indies, the good cricket team started chasing this run, the red-green party was careful initially. Opener Tamim Iqbal and Soumya Sarker played very carefully. Bangladesh stood on a tough stand in these two batsmen. In that series, Bangladesh has lifted the victory in the first match of the Tri-Series series.

In the match held in Dublin on Tuesday, Bangladesh won the eight-wicket haul. Bangladesh have not lost any other wicket than Tamim, Tamim and Tamim

Chasing 144 for the highest score in the game, the return of the maiden went to Roosevelt Chase. After a while, Tamim will return to the pavilion. Both of them returned but there was no impact on the team.

A good innings in the first match before Sourav Ganguly returns. He scored 73 runs in 68 balls. So that there are 9 fours and one shade. Tamim's bat was very bright. He scored 80 runs in 116 balls. Seven of the four were in his innings in this innings.

After Shakib 61 runs 61 and Mushfiq 32 runs unbeaten.

Earlier, West Indies were bowled out for 261 runs. Opener Ambrose returned to the funeral after scoring 38 runs off Miraj. Afterwards, Darren Bravo was dismissed as a personal one by the head of Shakib Al Hasan.

But Hope is one of the favorites. Against Ireland in the previous match, a 170-run innings, the right-handed batsman played a wonderful innings of 109 runs before being struck by Mashrafe. Bangladesh captain MS Dhoni dismissed Rohan Chase for 51 runs. After that the picture of the whole match changed. The West Indies did not go much far ahead because others were busy.

He took three wickets for 49 runs in 10 overs. Saifuddin and Mustafizur Rahman, and Shakib Al Hasan and Mehdi Hassan Miraz gave the captain a useful wicket.
                

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