Cricket-West Indies v Bangladesh - fifth ODI scoreboard

Sat Dec 8, 2012 5:00pm GMT

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DHAKA, Dec 8 (Reuters)- Scorecard in the fifth and final
one-day international between Bangladesh and the West Indies at
the Sher-e-Bangla National Stadium on Saturday.
    Bangladesh won the toss and opted to bat
K. Powell st Rahim b Gazi        11
C. Gayle c Nasir b Shafiul        2
M. Samuels run out                1
D. Bravo c Mominul b Mahmudullah 51
K. Pollard b Mominul             85
D. Sammy c Jahirul b Mominul      2
D. Thomas c Rahim b Shafiul      25
A. Russell lbw b Mahmudullah      0
V. Permaul run out               10
S. Narine not out                 7
K. Roach lbw b Shafiul            0
Extra (lb-5 w-18)                23
Total (all out; 48 overs)       217
    Fall of wickets:  1-16 2-17 3-17 4-149 5-151 6-188 7-188
8-204 9-217 
    Bowling: Sohag Gazi 10-2-32-1(w-5), Shafiul Islam 9-4-31-3,
Elias Sunny 8-0-58-0, Abdur Razzak 9-1-39-0 (w-2), Mahmudullah
10-1-38-2 (w-2), Mominul Haque 2-0-14-2 (w-1)
    Bangladesh innings 
Tamim Iqbal b Roach                 8
Anamul Haque c Pollard b Roach      0
Jahirul Islam c Thomas b Roach     10
Mushfiqur Rahim b Narine           44
Mahmudullah b Narine               48
Nasir Hossain not out              39
Mominul Haque lbw b Narine         25
Sohag Gazi c Thomas b Roach        19
Abdur Razzak lbw b Roach            0 
Elias Sunny not out                 1
Extras ( b-3 lb-4 w-18 nb-2)       27 
Total (eight wickets; 44 overs)   221
    Fall of wickets: 1-8 2-9 3-30 4-121 5-133 6-186 7-214 8-215
    Did not bat: Shafiul Islam
    Bowling: Kemar Roach 9-0-56-5 ( w-3, nb-1), Darren Sammy
5-1-23-0 ( w-2), Andre Russell 10-0-51-0 (w-5), Sunil Narine
10-1-38-3 ( w-4 nb-1) , Veerasammy Permaul 9-0-39-0, Marlon
Samuels 1-0-7-0
    Bangladesh win by two wickets and take the five-match series
    Man of the match: Mahmudullah 
    Man of the series: Mushfiqur Rahim 

 (Reporting by Azad Majumder, Editing by Tom Pilcher;; +44 20 7542 7933; Reuters
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