West Indies finished the home Test season on a high note as they whitewashed Bangladesh in the 2 Test match series and clinched their first Test series at home since September 2014.
Bangladesh asked West Indies to bat first and bowled out the hosts for 354 runs in the first innings and in response, Bangladesh could manage only 149 runs and conceded a lead of 205 runs.
In the second innings, Bangladesh bowlers pulled things back and bundled out for West Indies for just 129 runs. However, their batting didn't change and once again batsmen disappointed and team got all out for just 168 runs and lost the game by 166 runs.
All the key stats and facts from the second Test match between West Indies and Bangladesh at Sabina Park in Kingston :
1 - West Indies' 2-0 series win over Bangladesh is the first ever Test series win for West Indies under the leadership of Jason Holder at home.
2 - Nurul Hasan is the second Bangladeshi wicket keeper batsman to bag a pair in a Test match after Khaled Mashud who bagged a pair against Pakistan at Peshawar in 2003.
6/33 - Shakib al Hasan's bowling figures of 6/33 in the second innings are best bowling figures by a Bangladeshi bowler in Test cricket away from home.
Best bowling figures in an innings for Bangladesh in Tests away from home :
Shakib Al Hasan - 6/33 vs West Indies at Kingston, 2018
Robiul Islam - 6/71 vs Zimbabwe at Harare, 2013
Manjural Islam - 6/81 vsZimbabwe at Bulawayo, 2001
Mohammad Rafique - 5/36 vs Pakistan at Multan, 2003
8.93 - Jason Holder took 16 wickets at an average of 8.93 in this series and his bowling average of 8.93 is the second best bowling average by a West Indies bowler in a single Test series. (Min 15 wickets).
Best bowling average in a Test series for West Indies (Min 15 wickets) :
Courtney Walsh - 8.25 vs NZ, 1995
Jason Holder - 8.93 vs BAN, 2018
Shane Shillingford - 10.52 vs ZIM, 2013
Manny Martindale - 12.57 vs WI, 1935
11/103 - Jason Holder became the second West Indies captain to take 10 wickets haul in a Test match after Courtney Walsh's 13/55 against New Zealand at Wellington in 1995.
11/103 - Jason Holder's 11/103 are also 4th best Test match bowling figures by a West Indies bowler at home.
Best Test match bowling figures for West Indies at home -
Shannon Gabriel - 13/121 vs SL at Gross Islet, 2018
Curtly Ambrose - 11/84 vs ENG at Port of Spain, 1994
Malcolm Marshall - 11/89 vs IND at Port of Spain, 1989
Jason Holder - 11/103 vs BAN at Kingston, 2018
49 - After his twin hundreds against Sri Lanka in Chittagong, Mominul Haque could only score 49 runs in 6 innings at an average of 8.16 including 3 ducks.
62 - Mushfiqur Rahim played 62nd Test match of his career - the most Test played by a Bangladeshi player.