West Indies ensured the last four wickets rapidly despite a connecting with, unbeaten 60 by Nurul Hasan
ROS ISLET: West Indies squandered no life on a day when over five hours were lost to the components to finish
A 10-wicket triumph over Bangladesh on the fourth day of the second and last Test in St Lucia on Monday.
Baffled by heavy short-term showers which left a drenched outfield and forestalled play until mid-evening,
the home side guaranteed the last four wickets quickly regardless of an engaging,
unbeaten 60 by Nurul Hasan to excuse the guests for 186 in their second innings after they had continued in the generally shaky place of 132 for six.
That left skipper Kraigg Brathwaite and opening accomplice John Campbell with the custom of knocking off the 13 runs
expected for triumph in under three overs for one more extensive victory and a 2-0 compass of the series.
It expanded the West Indies’ Test match series of wins to three matches following a series-securing triumph
over England toward the finish of the series in Grenada three months sooner.
Any feelings of dread of being baffled by lower-request obstruction from Bangladesh dispersed promptly
after play starting off as Alzarri Joseph had Mehidy Hasan Miraz found behind fighting at a lifting conveyance.
Nurul, who dazzled with a second innings century in the seven-wicket rout in the main Test in Antigua seven days sooner,
appeared to get into white ball mode with a progression of excessive shots, his unbeaten 50 years falling off only 50 balls and decorated by six fours and two sixes.
However great as he might have been when protesting,
the wicketkeeper-batsman was feeble to forestall the downfall of his colleagues as Jayden Seales eliminated Ebadot Hossain and Shoriful Islam
while last man Khaled Ahmed was run out by an immediate hit from Campbell to the non-striker’s finish to end another for the most part resigned Bangladesh batting exertion.