West Indies in control of second test against Bangladesh at Sabina park

Jamaica Sports News: The West Indies are in control of the second test against Bangladesh at Sabina Park.

At stumps on day two, they have an overall lead of 224, after bowling out the visitors for 149, late on Friday afternoon. This was in response to 354, made by the West Indies in their first innings.

Captain Jason Holder led the way with 5 wickets for 44 runs, in 10 overs and one ball and there were two wickets each for Keemo Paul and Shannon Gabriel.

Tamin Iqbal 47, top scored for Bangladesh, while Shakib Al Hasan contributed 32.

Batting a second time, the West Indies lost opener and first innings century maker Kraigg Brathwaite for 8. He was bowled by Shakib Al Hasan.

The not out batsmen are Devon smith 8 and Keemo Paul who is yet to score.

Scores in the match at stumps on day two, West Indies 354 and 19 for one; Bangladesh 149.

West Indies lead the 2-match series one nil.


By: Mckoy’s News Sports Team

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