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Bangladesh vs West Indies, 3rd ODI Cricbuzz, Mobilecric or Vcricket livescore Bangladesh vs West Indies, 3rd ODI 03 Wednesday March 2021 022715000000 Bangladesh won by 120 runs Cricinfo Commentary updated on 03 Wednesday March 2021 022715000000 BAN - 297/6 (50) WI - 177 (44.2) Cricinfo Commentary updated on 03 Wednesday March 2021 022715000000 CRR:  3.99 Player of the Match Mushfiqur Rahim Player of the Series Shakib Al Hasan Scorecard Refresh Commentary That's a wrap to the white-ball leg of West Indies' tour of Bangladesh. The largely inexperienced visitors couldn't threaten at any point and with the longest format of the game looming, it will only get tougher for them. Of course, a few of the senior players are part of the West Indies Test squad, so let's hope that it gives them the much needed belief to compete. On that note, this is Hari Sadanandan signing off on behalf of Rishi Roy , Sriram AS , Kumar Abhisekh Das and Praveen . Cheers! Tamim Iqbal | Winning captain: It has been fantastic for us. The hunger that the whole group showed was amazing. Coming to international cricket after 10 months, the effort the boys put was amazing. They put in a lot of hard work during the break. We had two domestic tournaments luckily and it helped. Life in the bubble isn't great to be honest but due to the pandemic and the way the world is going, we have to cope with it. We're with family but can't meet them. Going forward I guess players will need to take breaks, because it's tough to keep bubble life for a long time. I think I was 85 percent happy with the performances. There are some areas still to improve on. Today there was time for one of us to get a hundred, or in the earlier games we could have finished it off earlier with lesser wickets lost. There was a time when we had to search for fast bowlers but now there is a healthy competition for spots. Shakib Al Hasan | Player of the Series: I think lot of credit goes to the coaching staff and teammates (for his successful comeback). Their backing and support helped me a lot, especially in the first game. I always knew that I needed some match time. After the first game, I got the confidence that I needed and as the series went on, I got better. Our fast bowlers and spinners complement each other. We have a good ODI bowling setup now. There is a lot of competition for spots and it's been healthy for us. First of all, I need to see how I'll pull up tomorrow. At this point, the groin doesn't look alright but we need to see after 24 hours. Mushfiqur Rahim | Player of the Match: I really feel good to score runs when the team needs the most. Bowlers deserve a lot of the credit in the first two games and I didn't get much chance to bat. Today I got the chance and did well but would have liked to bat through. We all missed international cricket for the last 10-12 months. Was good to comeback strong. Have been clinical and professional from ball one. We must continue like this in the two Tests coming up. That will be a different ball game, they have more experience in that squad. We need to prepare well and start afresh. Boys look hungry and that's a good sign. Jason Mohammed | Losing captain: We were a bit far away in all the three games. The bowling did okay, today maybe 30 runs too many. The batting didn't work at all. Playing the spinners were really challenging for us, especially in the first two games. It is something that can be rectified with our full strength batting line up. Once everyone is back, we're going to do better at putting runs on the board. Some positives. Alzarri did well, might not have got the wickets but did well at the top and at the death. Akeal in his debut tour went well. 19:11 Local Time, 13:11 GMT, 18:41 IST: Might sound a bit harsh on the Windies but this was never a contest. Not once Bangladesh got close to 300 runs on a sluggish surface that didn't have a great deal of bounce. And once the visitors lost a few early wickets, such was the level of their competence that it looked like a mere formality halfway through this chase. Yes, it was that poor an effort. Not having experience is one thing but that shouldn't stop the batsmen from showing intent. Bangladesh's bowlers used the conditions to perfection and coasted their way to yet another big win. They were not tested at all this series with the ball. Not once did West Indies go past 200, not one visiting batsman went past 50 and all this should sum up the three games quite well. One-way traffic all the way. 44.2 Taskin Ahmed to R Reifer, out Caught&Bowled!! Bangladesh complete the series whitewash ! Taskin completes the formalities with a short ball that gets big on Reifer and his attempted pull stroke results in a miscue that's straight back at the bowler. Taskin makes no mistake and that's the end of that. R Reifer c and b Taskin Ahmed 27(46) [4s-1] Taskin Ahmed to R Reifer, THATS OUT!! Caught&Bowled!! 44.1 Taskin Ahmed to R Reifer, no run, attacks the stumps on off, kept out by Reifer Taskin Ahmed [8.0-1-32-0] is back into the attack WI: 177-9 after 44 overs 43.6 Saifuddin to R Reifer, 1 run, fuller and outside off, pushed gently through the covers for a single 43.5 Saifuddin to Harding, 1 run, he does, a fine yorker and Harding somehow squeezes it off the inside half behind square leg. Saifuddin has a wry smile, he knows that he almost had his man there Keon Harding, right handed bat, comes to the crease Can expect Saifuddin to go to his favourite yorker with no.11 at the crease. 43.4 Saifuddin to Akeal Hosein, out Caught by Rahim!! Lovely catch! This was dipping on Rahim but he dives forward and across to his left to pouch this inches above the ground. They did send it upstairs but the third ump barely needed a replay or two to confirm this. Away angler from Saifuddin, had Hosein feeling for the ball and induced a healthy edge. Down to the final nail then. Akeal Hosein c Rahim b Saifuddin 0(2) Saifuddin to Akeal Hosein, THATS OUT!! Caught!! Referral for a clean catch. Rahim seems confident. Soft signal is OUT. So it has to be conclusive to overturn the call. Seems like a fair catch with Rahim's fingers clearly underneath the ball. Shouldn't take long for the third ump. He rules it OUT. 43.3 Saifuddin to Akeal Hosein, no run, short of a length around off, blocked well from the crease 43.2 Saifuddin to R Reifer, 1 run, slower ball outside off, dabbed gently towards mid-off Akeal Hosein, left handed bat, comes to the crease Load More Commentary

Bangladesh vs West Indies, 3rd ODI

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Bangladesh won by 120 runs

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BAN - 297/6 (50)
WI - 177 (44.2)

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CRR:  3.99

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That's a wrap to the white-ball leg of West Indies' tour of Bangladesh. The largely inexperienced visitors couldn't threaten at any point and with the longest format of the game looming, it will only get tougher for them. Of course, a few of the senior players are part of the West Indies Test squad, so let's hope that it gives them the much needed belief to compete. On that note, this is Hari Sadanandan signing off on behalf of Rishi Roy, Sriram AS, Kumar Abhisekh Das and Praveen. Cheers!

Tamim Iqbal | Winning captain: It has been fantastic for us. The hunger that the whole group showed was amazing. Coming to international cricket after 10 months, the effort the boys put was amazing. They put in a lot of hard work during the break. We had two domestic tournaments luckily and it helped. Life in the bubble isn't great to be honest but due to the pandemic and the way the world is going, we have to cope with it. We're with family but can't meet them. Going forward I guess players will need to take breaks, because it's tough to keep bubble life for a long time. I think I was 85 percent happy with the performances. There are some areas still to improve on. Today there was time for one of us to get a hundred, or in the earlier games we could have finished it off earlier with lesser wickets lost. There was a time when we had to search for fast bowlers but now there is a healthy competition for spots.

Shakib Al Hasan | Player of the Series: I think lot of credit goes to the coaching staff and teammates (for his successful comeback). Their backing and support helped me a lot, especially in the first game. I always knew that I needed some match time. After the first game, I got the confidence that I needed and as the series went on, I got better. Our fast bowlers and spinners complement each other. We have a good ODI bowling setup now. There is a lot of competition for spots and it's been healthy for us. First of all, I need to see how I'll pull up tomorrow. At this point, the groin doesn't look alright but we need to see after 24 hours.

Mushfiqur Rahim | Player of the Match: I really feel good to score runs when the team needs the most. Bowlers deserve a lot of the credit in the first two games and I didn't get much chance to bat. Today I got the chance and did well but would have liked to bat through. We all missed international cricket for the last 10-12 months. Was good to comeback strong. Have been clinical and professional from ball one. We must continue like this in the two Tests coming up. That will be a different ball game, they have more experience in that squad. We need to prepare well and start afresh. Boys look hungry and that's a good sign.

Jason Mohammed | Losing captain: We were a bit far away in all the three games. The bowling did okay, today maybe 30 runs too many. The batting didn't work at all. Playing the spinners were really challenging for us, especially in the first two games. It is something that can be rectified with our full strength batting line up. Once everyone is back, we're going to do better at putting runs on the board. Some positives. Alzarri did well, might not have got the wickets but did well at the top and at the death. Akeal in his debut tour went well.

19:11 Local Time, 13:11 GMT, 18:41 IST: Might sound a bit harsh on the Windies but this was never a contest. Not once Bangladesh got close to 300 runs on a sluggish surface that didn't have a great deal of bounce. And once the visitors lost a few early wickets, such was the level of their competence that it looked like a mere formality halfway through this chase. Yes, it was that poor an effort. Not having experience is one thing but that shouldn't stop the batsmen from showing intent. Bangladesh's bowlers used the conditions to perfection and coasted their way to yet another big win. They were not tested at all this series with the ball. Not once did West Indies go past 200, not one visiting batsman went past 50 and all this should sum up the three games quite well. One-way traffic all the way.

44.2 Taskin Ahmed to R Reifer, out Caught&Bowled!! Bangladesh complete the series whitewash! Taskin completes the formalities with a short ball that gets big on Reifer and his attempted pull stroke results in a miscue that's straight back at the bowler. Taskin makes no mistake and that's the end of that. R Reifer c and b Taskin Ahmed 27(46) [4s-1]

Taskin Ahmed to R Reifer, THATS OUT!! Caught&Bowled!!

44.1 Taskin Ahmed to R Reifer, no run, attacks the stumps on off, kept out by Reifer

Taskin Ahmed [8.0-1-32-0] is back into the attack

WI: 177-9 after 44 overs

43.6 Saifuddin to R Reifer, 1 run, fuller and outside off, pushed gently through the covers for a single

43.5 Saifuddin to Harding, 1 run, he does, a fine yorker and Harding somehow squeezes it off the inside half behind square leg. Saifuddin has a wry smile, he knows that he almost had his man there

Keon Harding, right handed bat, comes to the crease

Can expect Saifuddin to go to his favourite yorker with no.11 at the crease.

43.4 Saifuddin to Akeal Hosein, out Caught by Rahim!! Lovely catch! This was dipping on Rahim but he dives forward and across to his left to pouch this inches above the ground. They did send it upstairs but the third ump barely needed a replay or two to confirm this. Away angler from Saifuddin, had Hosein feeling for the ball and induced a healthy edge. Down to the final nail then. Akeal Hosein c Rahim b Saifuddin 0(2)

Saifuddin to Akeal Hosein, THATS OUT!! Caught!!

Referral for a clean catch. Rahim seems confident. Soft signal is OUT. So it has to be conclusive to overturn the call. Seems like a fair catch with Rahim's fingers clearly underneath the ball. Shouldn't take long for the third ump. He rules it OUT.

43.3 Saifuddin to Akeal Hosein, no run, short of a length around off, blocked well from the crease

43.2 Saifuddin to R Reifer, 1 run, slower ball outside off, dabbed gently towards mid-off

Akeal Hosein, left handed bat, comes to the crease