Dhaka, May 17 (UNB) — Bangladesh are on the cusp of winning their first multinational cricketing event in a decade.
They are chasing a target of 210 runs in 24 overs against West Indies in Ireland. The target was set following the D/L method after rain interrupted the match.
West Indies scored 152 while batting first after losing the toss.
Rain forced the game to be stopped at 20.1 overs when the Caribbean side were at 131 without losing any wicket.
Play remained suspended for over five hours and resumed as a 24-overs-a-side. West Indies finished their quota scoring 152/1.
The only wicket was taken by Mehidy Hasan Miraz, thanks to a great catch by Mosaddek Hossain.
Bangladesh need to score at 8.75 runs per over.