A few days ago, Mustafizur Rahman and Mehedi Hasan Miraj, the two sides of the Bangladesh team, got married. The people are surprised by the sudden news of the wedding. Miraj and Mustafiz were the first to play in the international match for the Bangladesh team after the discussion on Sunday. In the tri-nation series against the West Indies today, both of them are wicket-takers. The cricketers have described both the successes of Miraj-Mustafiz's marriage as the next breakthrough.
West Indies captain Jason Holder decided to bat first in the match held in Dublin on Tuesday. Batting first, the opener Shane Hope and Sunil Ambrose, West Indies, who won the toss and elected to bat, However, Mehdi Hasan Miraj brought the break in the team after bowling. The off-spinner brought comfort to the Bangladesh camp by bringing back Ambrose to 38 runs in his first over. Miraj did not get a wicket in his remaining overs, but in the extraordinary spell of 10 overs, he scored just 38 runs in a perfect line-length ball.
On the other hand, Mustafizur Rahman did not even bowl his best against the first spell. Mustafiz scored 60 runs in his first six overs. But at the end, come back to the left-handed paceman. West Indies batsmen misunderstood the cutter's magic Fijan took two wickets in the last spell. If you score 84 in his 10 overs, then the left-arm pacer will be seen in the death overs.
Captain Mashrafe Bin Mortaza bowled well with both bowlers. At one stage, the pitch of the Caribbean innings, which picks up the chances of 300 runs dragged the country's pacer. West Indies took three wickets in a scintillating century with Shane Hope. The Caribbean innings ended at 261 for nine in the end.