3rd ODI: Bangladesh coast to historic win against New Zealand | Cricket News – Times of India


Napier: BangladeshK’s peace attack fell apart. New ZealandBatting on the green. Napier pitch to register a historic nine-wicket win in the third and final one-day international on Saturday.
After soundly losing the first two matches to bow out of the series, Bangladesh reversed their impressive form at McLean Park to bowl out the hosts for just 98 runs in 34.1 overs.
The run chase was a procession, with skipper Najamul Hussain Shanto scoring an unbeaten half-century as they reached 99-1 in 15.1 overs.
It was the first ODI win against Bangladesh. Black caps On New Zealand soil, they have lost their last 18 matches.

Shantu’s partnership began with him winning the toss and fielding the Black Caps on a green, bouncy surface that moved sideways — and his seamers responded.
Three of them took three wickets as New Zealand were bowled out for their lowest total in 45 ODIs between the teams.
Organization Hasan Saqib (3-14) and Soumya Sarkar (3-18) Both achieved career bests while Sharaful IslamTop-scorer Will Young included a scalp of 3-22.Caught in the gully after scoring 26 runs.
Young was in great touch in the series, scoring 105 and 89 in Dunedin and Nelson respectively.
The captain Tom Latham (21) put on 36 for the third wicket with Young but his dismissal – clean bowled by Islam – sparked a disaster that saw the last eight wickets fall for 40 runs, most of them shots. were going to


New Zealand cricketers after winning the ODI series against Bangladesh in Napier. (AFP Photo)
The run chase saw an early blip when opening batsman Sarkar — who had scored 169 in Wednesday’s loss in Napier — had to retire on four runs after suffering an eye injury.
New Zealand’s loose bowling meant there were some problems from then on, with Shantu (51 not out) scoring 69 with the opener. Inam-ul-Haqwho was the lone batsman when he dismissed pacer William O’Rourke for 37.
O’Rourke had earlier hit four consecutive fours by the free-hitting Shantu in the 11th over of the innings.
The teams will prepare for the three-match T20 international series starting in Napier from Wednesday.

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