Bangladesh began the pursuit gradually, with openers Tamim Iqbal and Soumya Sarkar careful to not go for broke against an intense pace assault.
Sarkar fell in the ninth over when he edged one from Andre Russell to Chris Gayle in the slips however the early wicket didn’t hinder the Bangladeshi batsmen from assaulting.
Tamim and Shakib routinely found the limit as the last turned into the second Bangladeshi cricketer to score 6000 ODI runs, the first being Tamim himself.
Be that as it may, when Tamim and Mushfiqur Rahim fell one after another, it seemed to be the flash that West Indies expected to possibly turn the game around.
Be that as it may, Liton Das joined Shakib in the center and the two set up together an unbeaten 189-run association that removed the game from West Indies.
Shakib raised his century easily though Das (94* off 69 balls) put on a clinical presentation of assaulting batting – including siphoning Shannon Gabriel for three sequential sixes in the 38th over.
Fittingly it was Das who scored the triumphant runs, hitting Gabriel for a limit in the 42nd over when precisely 4 runs were expected to seal the match.
Prior, Shai Hope’s 96 and the joint-quickest fifty of the competition from Shimron Hetmyer enlivened a monumental aggregate of 321-8 after they were placed in to bat.
The West Indies couldn’t be contained in the second 50% of the innings as Hope established the frameworks for his nation’s fourth most noteworthy World Cup score with 121-ball innings.
Hitting around Hope, Evin Lewis made 70 from 67 balls before Hetmyer crushed 50 of every 26 balls, including four fours and three sixes.
It was the equivalent quickest 50 in the current year’s competition and the third speediest by a West Indies batsman in World Cup history.
West Indies opener Gayle was relied upon to unleash destruction in the competition, however, the huge hitting 39-year-old has just overseen scores of 50, 21 and 36.
By and by Gayle watched unwell and he went 12 balls without scoring before dangling his bat flaccidly at Mohammad Saifuddin’s seaming conveyance on the thirteenth, with the edge held down and out by wicket-manager Mushfiqur Rahim.
Lewis repelled crushing and achieved his first World Cup fifty from 58 balls. His organization of 116 with Hope was the West Indies’ first-century remain of the World Cup.
A transcending six from Nicholas Pooran off Mehedi Hasan Miraz left an opening in the top of one of the Taunton stands.
Be that as it may, Pooran, on 25 from 30 balls, died when he attempted to trudge clear Shakib and miscued to Soumya Sarkar at long-on.
Criticalness at long last infused into the innings, Hetmyer pursued Pooran’s gung-ho precedent with a wonderful showcase of hitting.
Shooting limits to all pieces of the ground, Hetmyer passed 1,000 ODI keeps running in his 27th innings. His showy presentation was shortened when he holed out off Mustafizur Rahman.
Captain Jason Holder’s 33 from 15 balls – including four fours and two sixes – filled in outstandingly for Hetmyer to guarantee the Windies went past 300.