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Soumya-Tamim storms over 41 overs!

There was no match due to lightning. BCB XI did not have problems in winning. BCB XI lost to West Indies by 51 runs in the Duckworth-Lewis method in the first warm-up match before the start of the three-match one-day series.

The question is whether the Windies have ever had enough to wash so much against a team in ODIs. Tamayam Tamalam did not wash them as much as today.

Tamim Iqbal after being dismissed for 107 in just 73 balls, Soumya Sarkar made a century and scored only 75 runs. He remained unbeaten 103 runs.

The target was huge. Tamim-Imrul pair started batting at the start of the target. Tamim Iqbal is running the bat with 27 runs while batting with Tamim Iqbal 33 took his Fifty off. Then he took 70 off the century.

After a century, Tamim Iqbal hit a six. Sixs were so big that they left the walls of BKSSP’s walls. And the ball was not found there.

Tamim, trying to score more than 70 runs in the bat, wanted to be more aggressive. But to go out of the roston

chase and come back to the stumping and left the batsman left this batsman. He played 107 innings of 73 balls.

The team brought the win very close to the country after a long time the country returned to the openers.

He returned to the team 191 runs. Soumya Sarkar is still on the wicket. Mohammed Gemini joined him.

But he did not have a long time. He also returned to Chase. Then Ariful returned to 21 runs.

Bangladesh lost two more wickets after losing 4 wickets. Hriday and Shamim, two youngsters from under 19, could not take advantage of that.

Mashrafe came to bat after the fall of 6th wicket. Mashrafe kept the destructive form after batting. He went from an unbeaten 20 off 14 balls to 14 runs. On the other hand, Soumya completed his century in a huge chakka.

Before the game ended due to lack of light, BCB XI lost 314 runs in 41 overs, losing 6 wickets.

Earlier, West Indies made 331 for eight wickets in 50 overs in the one-day match against BCB XI in BKSP. Shaun Hope scored highest 81 runs for the tourists. Roaston Chase remained unbeaten on 65 by 51 runs.

Fabian Allen scored 48 runs from 32 balls. Sunil Ambrose remained unbeaten on 10 runs Rubel Hossain 2 for the BCB XI, Mehedi Hasan Rana 2, Shamim Patwari 1, Mashrafe Bin Mortaza 1 and Nazmul Islam Apu took two wickets each.

Bangladesh squad: Mashrafe Bin Mortaza (Captain), Tamim Iqbal, Imrul Kayes, Soumya Sarkar, Mohammad Mithun, Touhid Hridoy, Ariful Haque, Akbar Ali, Rubel Hossain, Mithun Roy, Shahin Alam, Mehdi Hasan Rana and Nazmul Islam Apu.

Windies squad: Rowman Powell Marlon Samuels, Devendra Bishoo, Roston Chase, Chandrapal Hemraj, Shimran Hatmeyer, Darren Bravo, Sha Hope Kiran Powell, Fabian Allen, Kemar Roach, Sunil Ambrose and Ocean Thomas.