Batting a major concern for Bangladesh as Windies go 1-0 up

The home side brushed aside the Tigers

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Saif AL Imam Shota

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West Indies made light work of the remaining 35 runs as they take one step closer to a series victory. The home side brushed aside the Tigers as they won by 7 wickets.
Starting the day with only 35 needed to win, West Indies stepped on the accelerator from the get go. The duo of Blackwood and Campbell, especially the latter took on the Bangladeshi bowlers, as they completed the chase within 26 minutes of the fourth day.
Bangladesh were given a ray of hope when Khaled Ahmed shined with the ball in hand in the final hours of Day 3. But Campbell and Blackwood did well to ensure the visitors were not given any further chances to come back into the contest. Campbell also completed his half century.
Bangladesh currently are struggling with major batting issues, which was evident in both of their innings. With Shakib Al Hasan and Nurul Hasan as exception, every batter struggled to put on runs.