ICC Women’s World Cup: West Indies Defeated Bangladesh by 4 Runs

Bangladesh fell just four runs short of creating another upset in the ongoing ICC Women's Cricket World Cup 2022 against West Indies.

Bangladesh lost Shamima Sultana in the fifth ball of the innings off Hayley Matthews before other team players took them to 60/3 in the 22nd over.

Bangladesh struggled a lot as they chase a mere 141 to beat West Indies.

A defiant unbeaten 53 from Shemaine Campbelle saw the West Indies recover from 70/7 to post 140 as Bangladesh's spinners suffocated the middle order.

Bangladesh has lost 6 wickets for just 85 on board and Skipper Nigar Sultana scored only 25 runs.

Bangladesh spinners Salma Khatun and Nahida Akter scalped two wickets respectively with Nigar Sultana (25).