That is it from us for this game. The tournament is wide open after West Indies lost today. However, Ireland will have to win the next game to stay in contention. We will be back on 9th May for Match 3 of the tri-series between Ireland and Bangladesh in Dublin at 1045 local (0945 GMT). For now, goodbye.
Mashrafe Mortaza, Bangladesh skipper, says he is very pleased with the way they played. Further adds they did well after losing the practice match. Mentions the bowling was good in death and credits the way their batters batted. Ends by saying the tournament is still open and he is looking forward to doing well.
Jason Holder, Windies captain, says they were short in the runs department. Adds they should have bowled better and that did not happen today. Holder also says they will look to improve and come back strong in the next game.
Shai Hope, Man of the Match, says he is happy with his effort. Adds they did not get enough on the board. Ends by saying they are disappointed they could not win this game but will try and bounce back in the next game.
Earlier in the day, Windies should have scored a lot more than they did. They had crossed the 200-run mark before the 40th over, courtesy Hope's ton and Chase's half ton. However, they lost their way after that and were restricted to 261 which proved to be an easy score to chase down for Bangladesh.
The West Indies bowling was very poor! They were wayward with the new ball. Either bowled it down the leg side or outside off which made it easy for the two batters. Even with the old ball they could not bowl with a lot of control. Shannon Gabriel and Roston Chase did take a wicket each but that was probably too late.
How easy was that? Bangladesh have done this in a canter! 262 was supposed to be a challenging total on a wicket which did have something for the bowlers but easy work was made of it. Their openers led the way with a 144-run stand. Sarkar was then dismissed but Tamim continued with Shakib. The two added another 50-plus run stand before Tamim got out 20 runs short of a ton. Rahim and Shakib then ensured there were no more wickets to fall and with an unbeaten 68-run stand with the latter scoring a half ton, took their team over the line.
S Cottrell to Al Hasan, FOUR! There we go, Shakib Al Hasan hits the winning runs. Full toss on middle, Shakib drives it beautifully through mid on for a boundary. BANGLADESH BEAT WEST INDIES BY 8 WICKETS.
S Cottrell to M Rahim, Full on off, Rahim drives it through covers for a single.
S Cottrell to M Rahim, WIDE! Bowls it down the leg side, Rahim looks to go after it but misses it.
S Cottrell to M Rahim, SIX! Second six for Mushfiqur Rahim. Short of a length delivery, Rahim picks it early and pulls it over mid-wicket for a biggie.
S Cottrell to M Rahim, Full on middle, Rahim flicks it to mid-wicket.
S Cottrell to M Rahim, SIX! WHAT HAPPENED THERE? The fielder has completely lost the ball. Sums up West Indies' fielding effort today. Rahim dances down the track and slaps it towards sweeper cover. The fielder there comes running in but then realizes that the ball is going to go above him. He stretches his hand up but it goes over him for a biggie.
S Cottrell to M Rahim, Angled into the pads, Rahim looks to flick but misses. The ball hits him on the front pad. An appeal but the umpire shakes his head. Sliding down leg.
S Cottrell to M Rahim, Down the leg side, Rahim lets it be and it has been wided. 50-run stand up, they will want to take Bangladesh over the line.
END OF OVER 44 | 8 Runs & 0 Wkt | BAN 245/2
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R Chase to Al Hasan, Floated on off, Shakib plays it to point. 8 runs have come from the over. Bangladesh need just 17 runs to win the match.
R Chase to Al Hasan, Tossed up on middle, Shakib sweeps it through square leg. The batsmen get two runs.
R Chase to M Rahim, Flighted delivery on middle, Rahim flicks it towards square leg for a run.
R Chase to M Rahim, WIDE! Bowls it down the leg side, Rahim looks to go after it but misses it.
R Chase to Al Hasan, Tossed up delivery on middle, Shakib looks to pull but gets a top edge. It goes through mid-wicket. The batsmen get three runs.
R Chase to M Rahim, Flighted delivery on middle, Rahim sweeps it through square leg for a run.
R Chase to M Rahim, Tossed up on middle, Rahim tucks it to mid-wicket.