Bangladesh Won against New Zealand in the T20 match with 60 runs and 7 Wickets.
In the T20 match, New Zealand was given 60 runs and won by seven wickets.
New Zealand faces extreme disaster after visiting Bangladesh. The team led by Tom Latham finished the T20 International in Bangladesh with their lowest streak.
New Zealand has sent a second-division team to Bangladesh. The Kiwis decided to hit after winning the toss.
Rachin Rabindra, of Indian descent from New Zealand, made his debut with Cole McKenzie. New Zealand lost four wickets in 9 runs in 4 overs.
Rachin Rabindra was sent off without a run on the third ball of the game. Will Young came back with zero runs leading the team’s 7 races.
Colin D’Grandhome (0) was ejected for eight on the third ball of the fourth over. Tom Blundell (2) returned the ball at the end of the over.
Tom Latham and Henry Nichols tried to resist. They both scored 18 runs. New Zealand took the fifth wicket for 43 runs on the fifth ball for the eleventh time.
Mustafizur Rahman took 3 wickets for 13 runs in 2.5 overs. Then New Zealand finished in 16.5 overs. The last 6 wickets fell in 17 races.
Shakib Al Hasan, Mohammad Saifuddin, and Nasum Ahmed took two plots each. Mehdi Hasan took a wicket.
A few days ago Australia was in a mess after visiting Australia. Kiwifruit batting, like Australians, is a disaster for spinners.
The New Zealand hitters surrendered powerlessly to the spinners due to their inexperience. It wasn’t easy to score runs against the bowlers later, as Mustafizur Rahman was in great shape.
On March 31, 2014, New Zealand played 60 races in the T20 against Chittagong in Chittagong, Bangladesh. The curse of the sixties came back again.
The 61-race goal was not difficult for Bangladesh to win. However, Bangladesh had to wait for 15 overs to win.
Bangladesh lost 2 wickets in 6 races. Cole McCanchy returned the first ball of his international debut to Mohammad Naeem (1). Spinner Ajaz Patel picked up Liton Das (1).
After that, Shakib Al Hasan (25), Mushfiqur Rahim (16), Mahmudullah (14) Bangladesh won by 6 wickets.
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