• Spinners💫 & 💪Tamim Give Bangladesh 🇧🇩 Series Win🎉

Bangladesh 202/2 (Tamim 81*, Soumya 80) beat West Indies 198/9 (Hope 108*, Mehidy 4-29) by 8 wickets

Soumya Sarkar and Tamim Iqbal chose the scenic route to Bangladesh’s eight-wicket win over West Indies in Sylhet to clinch the three-match ODI series 2-1. Soumya’s attacking 80 was complemented by Tamim’s unbeaten 81, which came after Mehidy Hasan dipped his offbreaks to perfection in a career-best bowling performance.

It is Bangladesh’s eighth bilateral series win (out of 12) since the 2015 World Cup, with two of those now coming against West Indies this year. Shai Hope’s unbeaten century was West Indies’ only moment of happiness who have now lost both Tests and ODI series in Bangladesh, a first for any major side touring the country.

On their way to the big win, Bangladesh first sparked a batting collapse during the middle overs as West Indies lost three wickets for three runs in 22 balls. They slipped from 96 for 2 in the 23rd over to 99 for 5 in the 26th. Hope, who made an unbeaten 108 playing the full 50 overs, had to rely on the lower order to reach his fourth ODI hundred, but it was hardly going to take the control out of Bangladesh’s grip.

Tamim then did what an experienced batsman should do in a 199-run chase. He batted sensibly, while Liton Das and Soumya Sarkar blasted the bowlers at the other end.

  • 🇿🇦 Kirsten Joins Race to Become Indian 👩Women’s Cricket Team Coach 

Gary Kirsten, who was the Indian men’s cricket team’s coach when they won the 2011 ICC Cricket World Cup title, has joined the race to become the new coach of the Indian women’s cricket team, according to a report in The Times of India.

With Romesh Powar’s stint as the interim coach coming to an end, the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) had asked for application and reports suggest that the 51-year-old South African is interested in the position.

Kirsten was Team India’s head coach for three years from 2008 to 2011. He then coached South Africa from 2011 to 2013 and is currently the head coach of Indian Premier League (IPL) franchise Royal Challengers Bangalore (RCB).

  • Rex Singh⚡ Picks All 🔟 Wickets in An Innings

Manipur fast bowler Rex Singh created history by taking 10 wickets in an innings.The 18-year-old, who is a a left-arm medium pacer, returned with brilliant match figures of 10/11 in the Cooch Behar Trophy with six out of his 9.5 overs being maidens.

Rex finished with 15 wickets in the match, having taken 5/33 the first time. Manipur, who had posted 122 in their first innings in response to the opposition’s 138, got the 55 runs they needed in 7.5 overs to complete an easy 10-wicket win.

He is the 2nd player in the ongoing season to scalp all 10 wickets in an innings after Sidak Singh, Puducherry’s left-arm spinner, scalped all the 10 wickets against Manipur in the CK Nayudu Trophy.