Khulna - Anamul Haque became the third
youngest Bangladeshi to hit a hundred before the home team spun out the
West Indies for their biggest one-day win of 160 runs on
Anamul scored a dominating 120 in Bangladesh's imposing
292-6 before spinners Abdur Razzak (3-19) and Sohag Gazi (3-21)
dismissed the tourists for a low score of 132 in 31.1 overs in the
second one-day for a 2-0 lead in the five-match series.
Bangladesh won Friday's first match by seven wickets, also in Khulna.
the hosts took a giant leap on Sunday as they achieved their biggest
one-day win, improving on their 146-run win over Scotland in Dhaka six
The West Indies were never in the hunt for the big
target chase, losing wickets at regular intervals as the Bangladeshi
spinners once again made stroke-play difficult for the batsmen on a slow
Sheikh Abu Naser Stadium pitch.
Only Darren Bravo (28) and Kieron
Pollard (25) offered some resistance as the top-order West Indian
batsmen Chris Gayle (15), Marlon Samuels (16) and Lendl Simmons (nine)
failed once more.
Gayle hit two boundaries and a six before edging
paceman Mashrafe Mortaza to wicket-keeper Mushfiqur Rahim, while
Simmons and Samuels were dismissed by Gazi who remained the best home
bowler in Tests and one-days.
Bravo added 41 for the third wicket
with Samuels before left-arm spinner Razzak struck thrice, dismissing
Dwayne Smith (nought) in his second over and had Bravo and Devon Thomas
(nought) in his fourth.
Earlier, it was the 19-year-old
right-hander Anamul who in only his second one-day set up the win with a
solid 174-run partnership with Rahim (79).
Anamul pulled a short
ball from Ravi Rampaul in the 47th over to become the third youngest
Bangladeshi and the eighth youngest in the world to score a century,
behind countrymen Tamim Iqbal and Shakib Al Hasan.
145 balls and hit 13 fours and two sixes, lifting the innings during a
sixth wicket stand of 64 with Mominul Haque (31) as the hosts scored 86
in the last 10 overs.
The Anamul-Rahim stand is a new record for
Bangladesh-West Indies one-days, beating the 146 between Ramnaresh
Sarwan and Marlon Samuels in Dhaka 10 years ago.
It also becomes
the highest total by Bangladesh in all one-days against the West Indies,
improving on 276-7 they scored in Dominica three years ago.
Bangladesh had lost Tamim Iqbal (five) and Naeem Islam (six) by the seventh over but Anamul and Rahim repaired the innings.
Paceman Rampaul was the best among the tourists, finishing with a career-best 5-49.
The third match is in Dhaka on December 5.