Bangladesh vs West Indies: Bangladesh beat Windies by an innings And 184 runs to take a 2-0 lead. Mehidy Hasan bagged the Man of the Match, whereas Shakib was awarded the Man of the Series. Bangladesh spinners left the West Indies hobbling towards an embarrassing defeat in the second Test after an impressive morning display in Dhaka on Sunday. Mehidy Hasan claimed a career-best 7-58 as Bangladesh dismissed the visitors for 111, taking a massive 397-run lead in the first innings.Also Read - COVID Forces Shakib Al Hasan Out Of Sri Lanka Test Series Opener

For the first time in their history Bangladesh asked the opposition to follow on, and the West Indies struggled again in their second innings, reaching 46 for four at lunch on the third day. They face an innings defeat, still trailing Bangladesh’s first innings total of 508 by 351 runs. Also Read - Shakib Al Hasan Returns as Bangladesh Announce Squad For First Test Against Sri Lanka

Left-arm spinner Taijul Islam, who only bowled one over in the first innings, struck twice in the second innings after Mehidy and skipper Shakib Al Hasan had provided early breakthroughs. Shai Hope and Shimron Hetmyer were batting on 18 and 13 respectively at the break. Also Read - Akram Khan: Former Captain & BCB Director Has A Special Message For Mashrafe Mortaza; Surprised Over Shakib Al Hasan Going Unsold in IPL Auctions | EXCLUSIVE

Resuming their first innings Sunday morning on 75-5, the West Indies lost their remaining five wickets in less than an hour. Mehidy led the attack to take the first four wickets of the day before Shakib wrapped up the innings, with the visitors bowled out for the lowest ever score by any side in a Test innings against Bangladesh.

Hetmyer, who top-scored with 39, hit Mehidy for a six in the second over of the day, but the off-spinner flummoxed him for a sharp return catch. Bangladesh never looked back as Mehidy completed his sixth five-wicket haul and Shakib finished with 3-27. The home side has won the two-Test series 2-0 thanks to their 64-run win in the first Test in Chittagong and then the win by an innings and 184 runs at Shere Bangla National Stadium, Dhaka.