Cottrell Hope Guide West Indies to Crushing T20 Win. Shai Hope broke the Bangladesh in the opening round of the second round of the Indies, on the 22nd (local time). In the West Indies, Cottrell and his fellow Pacers played 129 games in Sylhet in Bangladesh with a record of 130-2 at just 10.5 overhead.

Shakib Al Hasan, Bangladesh’s first goal, scored 43 points in the home and scored 61 points, but could not stop the defeat. Hope led the West Indies to chase 55 from 23 balls, including six six and three four. Victory struck six innings against Spinner Mehidy Hasan.

Scored four times in the second inning, and scored 23 goals without doubt. Spinner Mahmudullah Riyad dismissed hope as Medium pacer Mohammad Saifuddin broke the opening stand with 18-year-old Evin Lewis (age 51). But Nicholas Pooran and Keemo Paul made the West Indies cruise to their goals with 23 and 28 East speed inning, respectively.

Cottrell and fellow pacemaker Oshane Thomas suffocated Bangladesh, who first hit the bat at the start of the inning. Open Midsummer Tamim Iqbal, Liton Das, and Soumya Sarkar both fell to short-range pitches with a single figure score.

In-form Mushfiqur Rahim scored five strokes to take a 4-4 lead with 48-4

Shakib briefly sided with Mahmudullah Riyad and Ariful Haque, two small partnerships of 25 and 30 respectively. Everything has fallen apart from the toss, the strike failed and the bowling is definitely wrong,” said Shakib after the game. It was a good pitch and I probably would have had about 180 on the board.”

He hit eight four and two six before being dismissed by Cottrell

Paul wrapped Bangladesh’s inning 2-23. The West Indies won the series and Bangladesh lost the tournament with a 2-0, 2-1 international series on the day. Carlos Brathwaite, a spokesman, said: “It’s a great victory, but it’s just one match.”

“We started losing the series recently after starting with victory, so it is important to respect the opposition. Bangladesh and the West Indies play the remaining two T20 international games in this series in Dhaka this week.

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