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Bangladesh became only the fourth ODI side to score 200 after having lost three wickets for under five, but that wasn’t enough to avoid the series defeat to West Indies. Mushfiqur Rahim avoided an encore of 58 all out from the World Cup, Nassir Hossain provided them late runs to have something to bowl at, but the West Indies top order made short work of the short chase. Lendl Simmons registered his ninth fifty-plus score in 11 innings, anchoring the chase, as Danza Hyatt and Marlon Samuels provided the pace from the other end. Mushfiqur Rahim hit a gutsy half-century under pressure as Bangladesh recovered from a horror start to post a competitive 220 against the West Indies in the second one-day international on Saturday.

SCOREBOARD:
BANGLADESH:
Tamim Iqbal c Russell b Roach 1
Imrul Kayes c Ramdin b Rampaul 0
Mohammad Ashraful c Sammy b Roach 0
Mushfiqur Rahim c Samuels b Russell 69
Shakib Al Hasan c Ramdin b Rampaul 12
Alok Kapali c Simmons b Roach 20
Naeem Islam c and b Samuels 30
Nasir Hossain b Sammy 50
Abdur Razzak run out 25
Shafiul Islam c Bishoo b Sammy 4
Rubel Hossain not out 0
EXTRAS (lb3, w6) 9
TOTAL (for all out; 48.5 overs) 220
FALL OF WICKETS: 1-1 (Kayes), 2-1 (Tamim), 3-1 (Ashraful), 4-18 (Shakib), 5-58 (Kapali), 6-115 (Naeem), 7-150 (Rahim), 8-191 (Razzak), 9-220 (Shafiul), 10-220 (Nasir).
Bowling: Rampaul 10-0-27-2, Roach 10-1-49-3 (w3), Russell 9-1-50-1 (w2), Sammy 8.5-0-42-2 (w1), Bishoo 5-0-21-0, Samuels 5-0-24-1, Pollard 1-0-4-0.
WEST INDIES:
LMP Simmons lbw b Shakib Al Hasan 80
DP Hyatt c Rubel Hossain b Shakib Al Hasan 39
MN Samuels not out 88
DM Bravo not out 1
EXTRAS: (lb 2, w 10, nb 1) 13
TOTAL: (2 wickets; 42.4 overs) 221
Fall of wickets1-71 (Hyatt, 16.1 ov), 2-182 (Simmons, 37.5 ov)
Bowling: Shafiul Islam 7-2-53-0-7.57-(2w), Abdur Razzak 6-1-32-0, Shakib Al Hasan 10-1-30-2-3.00 (1w), Rubel Hossain 10-0-54 0-5.40, Alok Kapali 2-0-12-0-6.00, Nasir Hossain 2.4-0-14-0-5.25, Mohammad Ashraful 2-0-17-0-8.50, Naeem Islam 3-1-7, 0-2.33, TOSS: Bangladesh, UMPIRES: Nadir Shah (BAN) and Paul Reiffel (AUS).