Six of the Best
Tino Best’s six wickets helped West Indies wrap up a 10-wicket victory and 2-0 series whitewash over Bangladesh with the minimum of fuss this morning.
The hosts, who resumed on 226 for six this morning in Khulna, did at least score enough to make the tourists bat again thanks to 94 from Nasir Hossain, but Best - with 6-40 - ensured little damage was done.
The fast bowler added the scalps of Sohag Gazi, Nasir and Rubel Hossain to those of Tamim Iqbal, Shahriar Nafees and Naeem Islam as Bangladesh were dismissed for 287 - a lead of 26.
The Windies had little trouble overhauling their target, Chris Gayle striking 20 and Kieran Powell nine.
Nasir, 64 overnight, led the Bangladesh rearguard after Mahmudullah was caught behind off Veerasammy Permaul in the first over of the day.
Nasir pulled the same bowler for six, prompting Darren Sammy to replace him with Best, who immediately bowled Gazi.
Best also cleaned up Nasir, stopping him six runs short of a ton, then ended the innings by having Rubel caught at mid-on.
That left West Indies chasing 27 for victory, and - after Gayle had got the score moving - Powell hit back-to-back boundaries to bring the scores level and then see his side home.