ICC Cricket World Cup 2019

BAN beat WI by 5 wickets (D/L method) | West Indies vs Bangladesh Highlights And Cricket Score Final ODI Match

Ireland Tri-Nation Series, 2019

Date: May 17, 2019 Start Time: 15:15 IST | 09:45 GMT | 10:45 Local
Venue: The Village, Malahide, Dublin
152/1 Overs: 24.0
213/5 Overs: 22.5
Bangladesh beat West Indies by 5 wickets (D/L method)

West Indies vs Bangladesh Highlights And Cricket Score - Final ODI Match - Summary

End of Over : 22.5 BAN: 213/5

So, that is it from this game and this tournament! Bangladesh are seen posing with the trophy and this will be a massive confidence boost for them heading into the World Cup. The West Indies will have quite a few things to work on. There is still time though for that Mega Event. For now though, you can switch tabs and catch all the action from the ODI between Pakistan and England which is turning out to be a good one. Goodbye and take care!

Bangladesh skipper, Mashrafe Mortaza, says it is a great feeling, it is the start and he hopes he continues. Mentions they have missed out many times and is pleased they came out on top. States the wicket was very good to bat on and Sarkar and Tamim made use of it. Further adds they laid the foundation and Mosaddek and Mahmudullah did the job at the end. Reckons the World Cup will be more challenging and they are looking forward to it. Ends by saying he has enjoyed his time in Ireland and the win makes it even more sweet.

West Indies skipper, Jason Holder, says the openers got off to a really good start. Mentions the fielding and dropped chances did not help them. States they have time before they prepare for the warm up games of the World Cup and there will also be more guys joining the side.

Shai Hope is the Man of the Series for his excellent run with the bat in this tournament.

Man of the Match is Mosaddek Hossain for his electrifying and match-winning knock!

Earlier in the day, after being inserted, the West Indies openers got them off to a rocketing start before rain played spoil sport. When all the hopes of a game were vanishing, the rain gods answered the prayer and after a long wait we had a 24-over-per-side match. However, after the break, the West Indies batsmen did not score that freely in the last 4 overs and that is probably what cost them the game.

This was probably the first time in this tournament the Bangladesh batters were put under a real test. They were chasing a challenging total on a wicket which was a good one to bat on. Their openers provided them with the ideal start and at that moment, it seemed like Bangladesh would once again cruise through. However, the West Indies bowlers fought back as Gabriel picked two in quick succession. Sarkar though continued as he and Rahim formed another decent stand. However, once Sarkar fell after getting to a half ton, the scoring rate then got slow. Also, wickets at regular intervals saw the game evenly balance at the end of the 16th over. Bangladesh needed 39 in the last four but a it was Hossain who rose to the occasion and smashed a brilliant 50 to take them over the line easily in the end.

WHAT A FINAL THIS WAS! What did we not have here? Rain, wickets, fours and sixes! Surely a game worthy of a final. In the end, it is the team which has been the best throughout which has come out on top. Bangladesh it is and a lot of credit has to be given to Mosaddek Hossain whose superb knock has taken them over the line.

22.5 4

Raymon Reifer to Mahmudullah. FOUR! Mahmudullah finishes it off in style! BANGLADESH WIN THE FINALS BY 5 WICKETS (DLS)! A full ball on off, Mahumudllah strokes it through covers and the ball races away.

22.4 0

Raymon Reifer to Mahmudullah. The batsman has defended it by getting right behind the line of the delivery.

22.3 1

Raymon Reifer to Mosaddek Hossain. Scores level now as Hossain drives it square on the off side for a single.

22.2 0

Raymon Reifer to Mosaddek Hossain. Length and outside off, Hossain slashes but misses again.

22.1 0

Raymon Reifer to Mosaddek Hossain. Short and outside off, Hossain tries to cut but misses.

End of Over : 22 25 Runs BAN: 208/5
21.6 1

Fabian Allen to Mosaddek Hossain. Does not finish it in this over as he takes a single through mid-wicket. Two needed now in 12 balls.

21.5 2

Fabian Allen to Mosaddek Hossain. A couple now! Works it with soft hands through mid-wicket and takes two. 3 more needed, one ball to do in this over.

21.4 6

Fabian Allen to Mosaddek Hossain. SIX! Now a maximum! 5 more to win only. This is probably the shot of the game. He steps out, also makes room and then goes inside out over covers. Clears the fence with ease.

21.3 4

Fabian Allen to Mosaddek Hossain. FOUR! Hossain wants to finish it in this over itself. 6,6 and now a boundary. This is deft. He waits for the ball to come to him and then guides it past short third man for a boundary.

21.2 6

Fabian Allen to Mosaddek Hossain. SIX! Back-to-back maximums and these two hits has probably won Bangladesh the game. Hossain dances down the track, gets to the pitch of it and tonks it over the long off fence.

21.1 6

Fabian Allen to Mosaddek Hossain. SIX! What a shot! Innovation at its best! Hossain has turned the game on its head with a gem of a knock. He brings the reverse sweep out. Hits it right off the middle and it goes over the point fence.

End of Over : 21 12 Runs BAN: 183/5
20.6 1

Kemar Roach to Mosaddek Hossain. Another single down towards third man. 12 from the over, 27 needed in the last 3. Bangladesh's game from here.

20.5 1

Kemar Roach to Mahmudullah. Just a single now! A yorker on off, it is jammed out towards deep point.


The Ireland Tri-Nation Series featuring the home side, West Indies and Bangladesh started on May 5, 2019, will finally come to an end today (May 17, 2019). As the final between West Indies and Bangladesh will be played where both teams will ensure that they leave no stone unturned for victory before they head to ICC Cricket World Cup, 2019.


Bangladesh and West Indies met twice in this tournament in which the Bangladeshi side easily defeated the Caribbean side. Windies made their way to the final by winning their two games against Ireland with a good margin. It must also be noted that Mashrafe Mortaza led Bangladesh side has not yet lost any match in this series. Can Jason Holder's team win their upcoming battle tonight? Well, we can just wait and watch.


Bangladesh (From): Tamim Iqbal, Liton Das, Shakib Al Hasan, Mushfiqur Rahim(w), Mahmudullah, Mosaddek Hossain, Sabbir Rahman, Mashrafe Mortaza(c), Rubel Hossain, Abu Jayed, Mohammad Saifuddin, Soumya Sarkar, Mohammad Mithun, Mehidy Hasan, Mustafizur Rahman, Nayeem Hasan, Yasir Ali, Taskin Ahmed, Farhad Reza
West Indies (From): Shai Hope(w), Sunil Ambris, Darren Bravo, Roston Chase, Jonathan Carter, Jason Holder(c), Fabian Allen, Ashley Nurse, Raymon Reifer, Kemar Roach, Sheldon Cottrell, John Campbell, Shannon Gabriel, Shane Dowrich