In Pics: Bangladesh vs West Indies, 5th ODI

Cricketnext | | December 9, 2012, 1:24 am
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West Indies innings was revived when Pollard came out all guns blazing ably supported by Darren Bravo. Pollard scored 74-ball 85 which included eight sixes and five fours. Bravo scored 51 runs off 108 balls. (Getty Images)

West Indies innings was revived when Pollard came out all guns blazing ably supported by Darren Bravo. Pollard scored 74-ball 85 which included eight sixes and five fours. Bravo scored 51 runs off 108 balls. (Getty Images)

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Chasing 218 to win, Bangladesh were also off to a bad start with Kemar Roach picking up three quick wickets, including that of opener Tamim Iqbal who was clean bowled. (AP Photos)

Chasing 218 to win, Bangladesh were also off to a bad start with Kemar Roach picking up three quick wickets, including that of opener Tamim Iqbal who was clean bowled. (AP Photos)

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After the early jolts, captain Mushfiqur Rahim (44) and vice-captain Mahmudullah (48) combined once again putting up a vital 91-run stand in just 76 balls to put the hosts back on track in the run chase.

After the early jolts, captain Mushfiqur Rahim (44) and vice-captain Mahmudullah (48) combined once again putting up a vital 91-run stand in just 76 balls to put the hosts back on track in the run chase.

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Though West Indies came back well scalping few quick wickets late in the contest Nasir Hossain (39*) kept his calm till the end to ensure that Bangladesh chased down 217 and won the match by two wickets to clinch the series 3-2.

Though West Indies came back well scalping few quick wickets late in the contest Nasir Hossain (39*) kept his calm till the end to ensure that Bangladesh chased down 217 and won the match by two wickets to clinch the series 3-2.

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After being put into bat, West Indies top order again failed to deliver as they slumped to 17 for 3 in under 10 overs. Shohag Gazi picked up the first wicket of Kieran Powell for 11. (Getty Images)

After being put into bat, West Indies top order again failed to deliver as they slumped to 17 for 3 in under 10 overs. Shohag Gazi picked up the first wicket of Kieran Powell for 11. (Getty Images)