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Biggest ODI victory for Bangladesh

KHULNA, Bangladesh, Dec 2, 2012, Reuters: 

Opener Anamul Haque struck his maiden international century as Bangladesh crushed West Indies by 160 runs in the second one day international on Sunday to record their biggest win in the 50-over format.

Playing only his second one dayer, right-handed batsman Anamul smashed 120 off 145 balls to help Bangladesh post 292 for six before the hosts returned to skittle out West Indies for 132 in 31.1 overs for a comprehensive win that put them 2-0 up in the five-match series.

score board

BANGLADESH

Tamim c Pollard b Russell    5
A Haque c Narine b Rampaul    120
Islam c Narine b Rampaul    6
M’fiqur c Simmons b R’paul    79
N Hossain c Gayle b Rampaul    4
M Haque c Pollard b Rampaul    31
Mahmudullah (not out)    3
Mortaza (not out)    18

Extras (LB-6, W-19, NB-1)    26

Total (for 6 wkts, 50 overs)    292

Fall of wickets: 1-9, 2-21, 3-195, 4-201, 5-265, 6-265.

Bowling: Rampaul 10-1-49-5, Russell 9-0-58-1, Sammy 5-0-35-0, Narine 10-1-48-0, Smith 9-0-46-0, Samuels 7-0-50-0.

WEST INDIES


Simmons c Tamim b Gazi    9
Gayle c Rahim b Mortaza    15
Bravo c Rahim b Razzak    28
Samuels c Rahim b Gazi    16
Smith lbw Razzak    0
Pollard b Naeem    25
Thomas b Razzak    0
Sammy c Sub b M’dullah    12
Russell (run out)    9
Narine c Tamim b Gazi    10
Rampaul (not out)    0

Extras (LB-2, W-6)    8

Total (all out, 31.1 overs)    132

Fall of wickets: 1-11, 2-32, 3-63, 4-65, 5-78, 6-78, 7-100, 8-111, 9-132.
Bowling: Gazi 7.1-2-21-3, Mortaza 6-0-26-1, Razzak 5-0-19-3, Hasan 1-0-9-0, N Islam 7-0-28-1, Mahmudullah 5-0-27-1.


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