West Indies fast bowler Deandra Dottin produced the third-best bowling figures by a woman in T20Is as the home team defended a low total and beat Bangladesh by 60 runs in the third match of the ICC Women s World T20 on Saturday. Dottin s five wickets for five runs rolled over Bangladesh for 46, pulling West Indies out of a hole that was dug by their batters, who could muster just 106 for 8 in 20 overs. <p></p> <p></p>Dottin was handed the ball in the ninth over, when Bangladesh were already three down for 29 with openers Shamima Sultana and Ayasha Rahman, along with the No. 3 batter Jahanara Alam were taken care of by Shakera Selman and Stefanie Taylor. Two deliveries is all it took Dottin to get in action. Fargana Hoque offered Dottin a caught and bowled, and two balls later, the fast bowler cleaned up Nigar Sultana with an inswinger. <p></p> <p></p>Her second over was no different. Ruman Ahmed and Lata Mondal departed in three balls to leave Bangladesh at 7 for 35. That was all she wrote. Dottin returned to remove Salma Khatun for her fifth wicket four of her five dismissals were bowled to produce the best haul by a West Indies woman in T20s. No Bangladesh batter could even enter double-digit score, and their total of 46 was Bangladesh s third lowest-total on women s T20Is, after 30 and 44, both of which came against Pakistan. <p></p> <p></p>Had it not been for Dottin, West Indies wouldn t have found their target of 106 easy to defend. They were average with the bat themselves. Jahanara Alam had them reduced to 14 for 2 in the third over, and Ruman Ahmed wicked up two wickets in the middle order. But the difference between Bangladesh and West Indies was two vital innings Taylor s 44-ball 29 and a counter-attacking 32 off 24 balls from Kycia Knight. From 50 for 5, Taylor and Knight added 37 runs for the sixth wicket. <p></p> <p></p>Taylor finally perished for 29 but West Indies were able to squeeze out 28 runs in the final three overs, allowing them to cross the 100-run mark. <p></p> <p></p><strong>Brief scores:</strong> West Indies 106/8 in 20 overs (Kycia Knight 32, Stefanie Taylor 29; Jahanara Alam 3-23) beat Bangladesh 46 in 14.4 overs (Deandra Dottin 5-5, Shakera Selman 2-12) by 60 runs.