World Cup 2019 Schedule
World Cup 2019

Bangladesh Vs New Zealand

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Bangladesh Vs New Zealand ICC Cricket world cup match 9

World Cup 2019 Schedule
Bangladesh Vs New Zealand

Toss : New Zealand won the toss and decided to bowl first

Overview on Bangladesh Innings

Tamim Iqbal and Soumya Sarkar have exited to open the innings for Bangladesh.

After a relentless begin, Soumya Sarkar’s safeguard are broken, stumps shook, and New Zealand have their first wicket. Matt Henry with the wicket. Bangladesh 45 for 1.irst new ball for New Zealand

Once more, another great begin squandered for Bangladesh. Tamim Iqbal gets a top edge to Lockie Ferguson and is gotten at mid on.

A great entry of quick bowling has kept Bangladesh batsmen on the backfoot. Runs have evaporated, and both Shakib Al Hasan and Mushfiqur Rahim are simply hoping to oversee this period.

Mushfiqur Rahim’s battled remain at the wicket arrives at an end. Subsequent to including 50 years remain with Shakib Al Hasan for the third wicket, misconception while running costs him his wicket.

Shakib Al Hasan has carried on his great structure and stroked a well-paced 50 years to keep Bangladesh’s innings enduring even as they have lost three wickets.

Shakib Al Hasan falls. It was a nothing ball to get a wicket. Endeavoring to slice at a short conveyance, he gets a black out scratch to the ‘manager. Colin de Grandhomme with the strike.

Mohammad Mithun falls. Bangladesh are attempting to get an energy in this game. Runs aren’t coming as effectively, wickets are falling at customary interims exactly when you feel an association building.

Matt Henry has packaged out Bangladesh for 244. He picked the last two wickets of their innings off the initial two wads of the 50th over to complete with a 4-fer. Bangladesh attempted to pace their innings and lost their last five wickets in under seven overs. Mohammad Shaifuddin (23-ball 29) was the just one to give some enormous hits in the late overs.

Bangladesh Score 244-10 in 49.2 Overs

Overview on New Zealand Innings

Martin Guptill didn’t keep down appropriate from the beginning of his innings. Also, hoping to go for another huge one, he got a top edge off Shakib Al Hasan, which went high noticeable all around and securely in the hands of Tamim Iqbal.

Shakib strikes once more. Hoping to trudge clear the left-armer, Colin Muro, hits the ball directly to the mid wicket defender. Second wicket for Bangladesh. Would they be able to draw back the energy?

New Zealand have dealt with a solid begin, and posted their 50th keep running in just the eighth over.

Drama, show, dramatization! In an offer to endeavor a snappy single, Kane Williamson winds up awefully shy of the wrinkle. Be that as it may, Mushfiqur Rahim ousts the safeguards before gathering the ball. There was no compelling reason to gather the ball before the stumps when the toss was straightforwardly hitting it. Williamson endures.

Kane Williamson and Ross Taylor have merged well and put on half-century stand to guarantee that Bangladesh don’t get an opportunity to force themselves on the game.

Ross Taylor has proceeded with his great structure in ODIs and raised his 48th ODI fifty. He has looked in charge and instructed New Zealand’s pursuit today.

Kane Williamson and Tom Latham have fallen in the equivalent over and given Bangladesh a bounce of a turnaround. New Zealand have slipped from 160 for 2 to 162 for 4.

Mushfiqur Rahim may have made a huge bungle with the Kane Williamson non-run out yet he has taken two radiant gets to reject Ross Taylor and Colin de Grandhomme one after another and keep Bangladesh keen on the challenge.


Lockie Ferguson and Mitchell Santner held their nerves to take New Zealand past the triumphant line with two wickets close by. Bangladesh did well to battle with a less than impressive score with some tight bowling and great handling. In any case, Mushfiqur Rahim’s blunder while endeavoring to run out Kane Williamson demonstrated too exorbitant in the end.

New Zealand Score : 248-8 in 47.2 Overs

Result : New Zealand Beat Bangladesh by 2 wickets.

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