Bangladesh went on to beat West Indies convincingly by seven wickets on Monday to give their chances a boost of making the semi-finals of the ICC World Cup 2019.
— Bharath Seervi (@SeerviBharath) June 17, 2019
Ban beat Wi in Wi. Ban beat Wi in Ban. Ban beat Wi in tri-series. Ban beat Wi in world cup. They are just bossing Westindies in last 12 months. #CWC19 — Johns (@CricCrazyJohns) June 17, 2019
Earlier, West Indies despite losing Chris Gayle and Andre Russell for ducks, posted a tall score of 321 for 8 thanks to Shai Hope anchoring the innings for them with a brilliant 96.
Shai Hope bats with his top shirt button closed. Wondering who else did that? Mark Waugh?— Bazid Khan (@bazidkhan81) June 17, 2019
Shai Hope has 1318 runs in 23 ODIs since the tour of India in 2018. That’s the most runs for any batsman in the format in this time frame (yes, includes Kohli & Rohit Sharma!) He has five tons (equal to Rohit & one less than Kohli) in this time frame. #WIvBAN #CWC19 #shaihope — Rohit Sankar (@imRohit_SN) June 17, 2019
Shimron Hetmyer’s fifty in 25 balls is now the second fastest for West Indies in ICC ODI World Cups. The fastest is in 23 balls by Kieron Pollard against Netherlands at Delhi in 2011. This is also the joint fastest fifty of this World Cup.#WIvBAN — Umang Pabari (@UPStatsman) June 17, 2019
That was one weird innings from West Indies. Oscillated from 350-310, ended at 321. #WIvBAN — Omkar Mankame (@Oam_16) June 17, 2019
6th consecutive 74+ score against Bangladesh. Watta consistency against one particular team.#ShaiHope. #CWC19 — Merin Kumar ™ (@merin_kumar) June 17, 2019
Chris Gayle: 0 Andre Russell: 0 Oshane Thomas: 1 With his first ODI run, Oshane is now the highest scoring Jamaican in this match. — Jarrod Kimber (@ajarrodkimber) June 17, 2019
Bangladesh were once in a spot of bother but Shakib Al Hasan and Litton Das put together an unbeaten stand of 189 off 135 runs took their side home comfortably with seven wickets in hand.
That is a stunning win by Bangladesh. They have just achieved the second highest chase in World Cup history with 51 balls (!) to spare. Not only have they won, but they’ve boosted their NRR significantly as well. #CWC19 — Freddie Wilde (@fwildecricket) June 17, 2019
Many Congratulations @BCBtigers @Sah75official Litton Das on an extraordinary victory over West Indies! @cricketworldcup @DarenGanga @irbishi #BangladeshCricket — Alan Wilkins (@alanwilkins22) June 17, 2019
There’s only one team in this tournament worthy of calling itself tigers. #WIvBAN — Hassan Cheema (@mediagag) June 17, 2019
For a moment I thought Liton will go for 6 sixes but nevertheless a historical win for @BCBtigers all hail @Sah75official top man💯🏏#BANvWI #CWC19 — R P Singh रुद्र प्रताप सिंह (@rpsingh) June 17, 2019