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Ban vs WI – Kraigg Brathwaite hopes West Indies don’t get ‘carried away’ after Chattogram success

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Bangladesh captain Mominul Haque, meanwhile, admits “we have never faced such a situation,” as they fight to level the series

The mood is quite different in both the Bangladesh as well as the West Indies camps ahead of the second Test in Dhaka, especially after the visitors hunted down 395 in Chattogram. But visiting captain Kraigg Brathwaite has warned his team against complacency, knowing fully well how the hosts can hit back on another slow and dry pitch.

Bangladesh have won four of the last five Tests at the Shere Bangla National Stadium, and Brathwaite believes West Indies will need to fight hard to get the job done in the next five days.

“The biggest thing is not to get carried away,” Brathwaite said. “We are happy with the win, but we know we start from zero. It is one of the things that the coach has stressed on in the practice sessions. Guys are working hard. For me, [the message] to them is to stay disciplined and stick to your plans both as a bowling and a batting unit.

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