Skipper Jason Holder produced another devastating burst of bowling as the West Indies completed a 2-0 series win over Bangladesh on Saturday, romping to a 166-run victory inside three days at Sabina Park.
Chasing a daunting target of 335 after the hosts were dismissed for 129 in their second innings, Bangladesh slumped to 162 all out off just 42 overs.
West Indies captain Holder was responsible for most of the carnage, taking six for 59 in the second innings to finish with match figures of 11 for 103.
“We played as a team and different players stood up at different times,” said Holder, named Man of the Match and Series.
“It’s all about heart, about putting in the effort every day to ensure that we are able to come away with the results and the performances that we wanted.”AFP
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