GROS ISLET – A dominant West Indies needed only 70 minutes to complete a resounding ten-wicket victory and a 2-0 series sweep of Bangladesh, and post their third win in five Tests this year while remaining unbeaten.
A wet outfield stemming from overnight and early morning showers at the Daren Sammy National Stadium had threatened to wreck the penultimate day after forcing an abandonment of the first two sessions.
However, once play started at 3 p.m., West Indies wasted little time in bundling the Tigers out for 186 and then easily knocking off the 13 runs required without losing a wicket.
For the hosts, the series win was their second straight on the back of the result against England last March, and also marked their eighth against Bangladesh in ten series. (CMC)
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