Bangladesh gave a target of 12 runs to Windies

The rain on the third day came and rained on the fourth day. Due to this it takes time to start the game till 3 pm local time. Batting on the fourth day with the fear of losing the innings, Bangladesh finally got rid of that fear. However, Sohan’s 12-run lead gave the Caribbeans the lead.

Before the rain stopped play on the third day, Bangladesh was 42 runs behind the Caribbeans’ 164 runs. Nurul Hasan Sohan and Mehedi Hasan Miraj (0), who were unbeaten on 16 the day before, started batting after the start of the fourth day’s play.

Miraj (4) was caught by Joshua The Silver off Aljari Joseph for just 4 runs after the start of the fourth day.

After Miraj’s departure, Ebadat Hossain was returned by Zayden Sills for 0 runs. Then Sills returned Shariful Islam for 0 runs.

Despite taking one wicket after another, Nurul Hasan Sohan, who became the team’s hope, picked up the third half-century of his career. He also saved the team from losing the innings with his half-century.

However, Khaled Ahmed was run out due to a misunderstanding between the two batsmen for 18 runs. The Caribbeans were given only 12 runs. Sohan played an innings of 80 * off 50 balls with 6 fours and 1 six.

Kemar Roach, Aljari Joseph and Jaden Sills took 3 wickets each for the Windies.

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