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Aug 25, 2014

An abject batting display by Bangladesh, who were bowled out for just 70, paved the way for a crushing 177-run victory by the West Indies in the second one-day international on Friday.

Replying to the home side’s total of 247 for seven in a match they had to win to keep the series alive following a three-wicket defeat in the opening fixture at the same venue two days earlier, the tourists showed little resistance in being routed for 70 off 24.4 overs.

The third and final match will be played next Monday in St Kitts.

In capitulating to their third lowest ODI total, Bangladesh lost their last seven wickets for 13 runs in the space of eight overs.

Sunil Narine and Kemar Roach combined to decimate a clearly dispirited Bangladesh side in which only opening batsman Tamim Iqbal offered any meaningful resistance in getting to 37.

His was the last of three wickets to fall with the score on 57, popping up a simple catch to midwicket off Roach after Narine had effectively ended any chance the tourists had of an upset set win when he removed Bangladesh captain Mushfiqur Rahim and Mahmudullah off successive deliveries in the 16th over.

Narine snared three for 13 to take the man of the match award while Roach played his part with figures of three for 19.

“It wasn’t much different from the first match, I just tried to keep it simple and it went my way today,” said the spinner.

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