Mayers' century give West Indies massive advantage against Bangladesh

Kyle Mayers scored both his Test centuries against Bangladesh

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Saif AL Imam Shota

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West Indies have finished Day 2 of the second Test in the two match series against Bangladesh with a lead of 106 runs. Kyle Mayers was the star of the show, as he went on to score a century and took the game further away from the visitors.
The day started with openers Brathwaite and Campbell taking off from where they left off. The duo stitched a century stand, when Shoriful Islam gave Bangladesh their first breakthrough. Shoriful nicked off Campbell for 45. 
His partner Brathwaite did complete his fifty and was reducing the deficit alongside Reifer. However, Mehidy Hasan Miraz gave Bangladesh another much needed breakthrough as he removed the captain Brathwaite for 51. Khaled Ahmed produced a double wicket over, taking out Reifer and Bonner. West Indies were 132/4 and Bangladesh were back into the game.
After lunch, it was all West Indies. The second session produced nothing for the Tigers, and Mayers started picking up runs at a fast rate, with Blackwood providing the perfect support.
Miraz did managed to remove Blackwood early in the third session, but Bangladesh had no answer to Mayers' attacking cricket. He went on score his second century of his career at a fast rate. Wicketkeeper Joshua de Silva is providing support from the other end, giving Bangladesh no way through to cause further damage.
West Indies ended today's play with 340/5, and a lead of 106 runs, leaving Bangladesh to do a lot in order to stand a shot to come back into the contest.