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Bangladesh won the West Indies victory

The goal is 328 runs. It is difficult to chase this run chase. West Indies made this difficult task easy in the tri-series. They also won the 5-wicket victory against Ireland in the final to make sure that they are in the final.

West Indies have won a few advantages Because if Ireland won the match they had 6 points. Bangladesh also has 6 points. So after getting into the final, the red-green team would fall into a solid equation. If you win a match now Bangladesh will go to the final.

But in this match, Andy Balbirnie has won an excellent century against the West Indies. Opener Sunil Ambrose reaches the final of the West Indies with an excellent innings.

Ireland won the toss and elected to bat first. They achieved this great success by replacing Opener Paul Sterling and the excellent combination of Balbirnie to number three. Sterling-Ballerney scored 146 runs Sterling was stopped by Gabrielle for 77 off 98 balls with eight fours and two sixes.

However, Andy Balbarni, who scored 135 runs in 124 balls, received this huge collection of Ireland Ireland. In reply, West Indies were left with 13 balls to spare in the West Indies batting performance.

In the big target, 84 runs in 76 included two Caribbean openers Shai Hope and Sunil Ambrose. Hoping to score a century in the previous two matches stopped 30 runs. Darren Bravo failed to play big innings after joining the crease after returning to Hope. His innings ended at 17 runs.

But Ambrose and Rooston Chase made 128 runs in the third wicket. Chase scored 46 runs in it. Ambrose took the first century in the fourth match of the ODI career before the departure of Chez.
Ambrose kept the easy way of winning the match after continuing to score a century in 89 balls. However, he scored 19 fours and a six in 126 balls and scored a personal 148 runs.

Jonathan Carter and captain Jason Holder have taken the team to the winning pitch after the departure of Ambrose in 40 overs in 40 overs. Carter scored an unbeaten 43 and Holder scored 36. Ambrose has been the match-fixer West Indies will face Bangladesh on May 13.

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