West Indies 146 behind on Day 2 of the 2nd test versus Bangladesh

Updated: 22 November 2012 16:55 IST

West Indies ended Day 2 on 241/2 against Bangladesh, trailing them by 146 runs after having bowled them out for 387.

West Indies 146 behind on Day 2 of the 2nd test versus Bangladesh

Khulna, Bangladesh:

Marlon Samuels smashed an unbeaten century and Darren Bravo added 85 not out on Thursday to help West Indies cruise to 241-2 to trail Bangladesh by 146 runs by stumps on the second day of the second and final Test.

Samuels hit 13 boundaries and a six in 109 from 231 balls. He and Bravo put on an unbeaten 198-run partnership for the third wicket as Bangladesh struggled throughout against the visitors.

Following a sluggish start, West Indies reached 146-2 by tea and continued to pound Bangladesh until stumps. The visitors had earlier slumped to 62-2 at lunch in response to Bangladesh's 387 after the hosts resumed on 365-8.

Fidel Edwards claimed 6-70 and captain Darren Sammy had 3-74.

West Indies won the first Test by 77 runs last week.

Topics : Cricket Kemar Roach Bangladesh Shakib Al Hasan Marlon Samuels Darren Berry
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