Cricket-Bangladesh v West Indies second test scoreboard

Sat Nov 24, 2012 12:28pm GMT

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KHULNA, Bangladesh, Nov 24 (Reuters) - Scoreboard at close
on the fourth day of the second test between Bangladesh and West
Indies at the Sheikh Abu Naser Stadium on Saturday.
    Bangladesh first innings 387 (Abul Hasan 113, Mahmudullah
76, Nasir Hossain 52; Fidel Edwards 6-90)
    West Indies first innings (overnight 564-4)
 C.Gayle c Rahim b Gazi              25
 K.Powell c Shakib b Rubel           13
 D.Bravo lbw b Gazi                 127
 M.Samuels c sub b Rubel            260
 S.Chanderpaul not out              150
 D.Ramdin c Rahim b Shakib           31
 D.Sammy c Mahmudullah b Shakib       0
 V.Permaul c Gazi b Shakib           13
 S.Narine c Shahriar b Shakib         0
 F.Edwards c Shakib b Gazi            2
 Extras (b-10 lb-7 w-2 nb-8)         27
 Total (eight wickets, 200.3 overs) 648
    Did not bat: T.Best 
    Fall of wickets: 1-37 2-43 3-369 4-546 5-621 6-621 7-639
8-639 9-648
    Bowling: Sohag Gazi 57.3-4-167-3, Abul Hasan 24-0-113-0 (1w,
4nb), Rubel Hossain 31-8-86-2 (3nb), Naeem Islam 14-1-43-0
(1nb), Shakib Al Hasan 52-11-151-4 (1w), Mahmudullah 10-0-42-0,
Nasir Hossain 12-1-29-0.
    Bangladesh second innings 
 Tamim Iqbal b Best                  28
 Nazimuddin lbw b Edwards             0
 Shahriar Nafees c Sammy b Best      21
 Naeem Islam b Best                   2
 Shakib Al Hasan c Best b Permaul    97
 Mushfiqur Rahim b Permaul           10
 Nasir Hossain not out               64
 Extras (lb-2 w-1 nb-1)               4
 Total (six wickets; 56.1 overs)    226
    To bat: Mahmudullah, Sohag Gazi, Abul Hasan, Rubel Hossain 
    Fall of wickets: 1-1 2-49 3-51 4-62 5-82 6-226
    Bowling: F. Edwards 11-0-65-1 (nb-1), S. Narine 9-0-48-0, V.
Permaul 16.1-2-51-2, T. Best 8-0-26-3(w-1), C. Gayle 4-0-15-0,
D. Sammy 8-3-19-0 

 (Compiled by Azad Majumder; Editing By Alison Wildey)

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