New Zealand easily beat Bangladesh

Bangladesh scored 137 runs. The goal was not too difficult for New Zealand. They won easily, beating Bangladesh by 8 wickets with 13 balls remaining. New Zealand claimed their first win in Game 2 of the T20 tri-nation series, while Bangladesh are bottom after losing two matches in a row. Pakistan leads with two wins.

Finn Allen couldn’t make more than 24 runs with Devon Conway’s opening pair. Then Williamson and Conway continued to lead the hosts to victory with fluid batting. They had a pair of 85 runs on just 66 balls. Williamson was out for 30 points.

Conway’s 36-ball 50 with 6 fours and 1 six was unbeaten on a 70-for-51 run. Glenn Phillips scored 23-for-9 with two fours and a six to lead the team to victory.

New Zealand scored 142 runs for 2 wickets in 17.5 overs.

The man of the match was Michael Bracewell who won 2 wickets with 14 runs in 4 overs.

Hasan beat the strong pair by 85 points

Losing the first wicket for 24 runs, Bangladesh could not put New Zealand in danger. Kane Williamson left the hosts in a safe position with a strong 85-carry partnership with Devon Conway. Taskin Ahmed was caught by Hasan Mahmud for 30 points.

It didn’t take long for New Zealand to win after that. In the 18th, Glenn Phillips hit Shariful for a four and two sixes.

Bangladesh uneasy with Conway-Williamson bat

After the power play, Mehdi Hasan Miraj and Shakib Al Hasan play on both sides. But New Zealand batsmen Devon Conway and Kane Williamson switch sides and score runs at a fluid pace. The pair has already crossed the fifty. After 24 races, the two have tied the pair.

Conway completed his fifty-for-36 balls hitting Shariful for four on the 14th.

New Zealand scored one point less than Bangladesh on the power play

New Zealand scored one point less than Bangladesh on the power play. Bangladesh lost a wicket by 41 runs. New Zealand scored 40 runs in the first 6 overs.

Shariful has Allen’s wicket

Bangladesh beat New Zealand’s first pair by 24 points by returning Finn Allen. Shariful Islam caught Mosaddek Hossain for 16 points. Allen couldn’t score more than 16 points. He hit a six two-ball before going out. Sends the ball to square leg deep for another boundary, where Mossadegh lands a fist. The Kiwi batsman’s innings consisted of 1 four and 1 six of 18 balls.

Thrifty Shariful after being knocked down by Taskin

In the first over, Taskin Ahmed was in Kharuche, gave 10 overs. Shariful Islam allowed only 3 runs in the second set. Finn Allen and Devon Conway are at bat for New Zealand.

Bangladesh gave New Zealand a target of 138 runs

At the start, Nazmul Hossain Shanto did not miss the danger of Mehedi Hasan Miraj’s departure. He played a 33-point inning while keeping one inning. But halfway through the series, the pace faltered. The Bangladeshi batsmen are struggling to manage the pace of Trent Boult and Tim Southee with the rotation of Ish Sodhi and Michael Bracewell. Bangladesh scored 137 runs and lost 8 wickets due to Afif Hossain’s 24 runs in the middle and Nurul Hasan Sohan’s stormy 25 runs at the end.

Boult, Southee, Bracewell and Sodhi took two wickets each for New Zealand.

Sohan’s batting flash at the end

Nurul Hasan Sohan picked up the scoring pace by hitting sixes on the final two balls of the 19th over. With him, Taskin Ahmed was dismissed on the first ball of the last over. Trent Boult fired it for 3 points making the catch of Chapman. In the end, Sohan’s 25-run innings on 12 balls were effective.

Shakib returned for 16 races

Shakib Al Hasan couldn’t catch up. He fell back at bat and left with 16 runs. The Bangladesh captain caught substitute outfielder Martin Guptill in the 18th. The bowler was Tim Southee. The left-handed batsman had just 1 four in his 16-ball innings.

Out Afif crossed the team score of 100

Afif Hossain left after crossing the team score of 100. He fell victim to Trent Boult on the fifth ball from the 17th over. Afif was knocked down scoring 24 runs on 26 balls. Before that, Bangladesh had scored one hundred.

Yasir came back with 7 points

Yasir Ali, the previous game’s top scorer, came forward at bat. Couldn’t stay in the crease for long. He was caught by Adam Milne on the first four balls. Michael Bracewell fired him for 7 races.

Mosaddek was Sodhi’s second victim

Another wicket falls in the 11th. Mosaddek Hossain Saikat went to the clubhouse as the fourth batsman. Kane Williamson was caught by Sodhi for 2 runs on 4 balls. Afif Hossain had his life in the hands of Adam Milon at the previous ball.

Sodhi marked a ‘century’ to bring Shanto back

Ish Sodhi’s 100th wicket in T20 was about to get another one, that victim was Nazmul Hossain Shanto. The batsman, who showed glimpses of four fours, was fired by spinner Kiwi on his first over. Mark Chapman was caught for 33 with four fours on 29 balls.

Lytton was out for 15 points

Liton Das got life for zero runs. He couldn’t increase the innings. Michael Bracewell’s ball was caught by the right-handed batsman from Bangladesh. His innings ended 15 runs, played 16 balls from the crease, there were two fours.

Glimpses of calm on the power play

After the first six overs of the power play, a comfortable collection from Bangladesh. They scored 41 runs after losing 1 wicket. Nazmul Hossain remained calm, 26 runs came off his bat. There were three fours in his 22-ball innings. At the other end is Liton Das.

Mirage came out in the second

Mehdi Hasan Miraj left in the second set. He fell victim to Tim Southee scoring only 5 points. The Bangladeshi opener’s 5-ball innings were stopped with a catch from Adam Milne. He scored 5 points with Nazmul Hossain Shanto in the first round. Mirage hit a boundary in the second and scored two more balls.

Liton Das got a life by Neesham in the third over. The Kiwi outfielder was unable to keep the ball while diving at the point of coverage. The Bangladeshi drummer has still not opened the run count.

Bangladesh batting, Sabbir-Mostafiz not in XI

New Zealand and Bangladesh are also looking for a first win. Both teams lost their first game against Pakistan. Bangladesh strike after losing the coin toss in their second match of the T20 Tri-Nation Series at Hagley Oval in Christchurch. Sabbir Rahman and Mostafizur Rahman dropped out of the XI. Shakib Al Hasan is back in the team.

Along with Shakib, Nazmul Hossain Shanto and Shariful Islam returned to the team. Adam Milne is set to play his first competitive game after making his IPL debut for Chennai Super Kings last March. He replaced Blair Tickner in the New Zealand XI.

The Bangladesh team: Nazmul Hossain Shanto, Mehdi Hasan Miraj, Liton Das, Afif Hossain, Shakib Al Hasan, Mosaddek Hossain, Yasir Ali, Nurul Hasan Sohan, Taskin Ahmed, Hasan Mahmud, Shariful Islam.

New Zealand team: Finn Allen, Devon Conway, Kane Williamson, Glenn Phillips, Mark Chapman, James Neesham, Michael Bracewell, Adam Milne, Ish Sodhi, Tim Southee, Trent Boult.

New Zealand Shakib Test

Nurul Hasan Sohan’s team lost the first match against Pakistan by 21 points without Shakib due to travel fatigue. Hosts New Zealand also lost to Pakistan yesterday. The two teams that lost in the first game will meet today. Whoever wins will certainly be ahead in the race for the final. This day and night match will start at 12 noon Bangladesh time. The game can be seen on T Sports.

The return of captain Shakib means a big change in the whole mood of the team. There was no team practice yesterday. The team rested after playing two matches in one day’s break. Only Shakib prepares to return to the field. When he returns to the XI, the batting order will be reversed.

Bangladesh have played 15 T20Is against New Zealand so far. Win in just three. These are again at Mirpur Sher-e-Bangla National Cricket Stadium ahead of the last World Cup. There are also many criticisms of this victory on a slow wicket. They don’t have a home record. Played 7 and lost everything. The game is also important for New Zealand opponents. This is Kane Williamson’s World Cup training series. Just as New Zealand’s batting failure against Pakistan worries Williamson, so does the fielding.

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