Match Details

BAN vs NZ 5th Match, Tri-Series 2022

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New Zealand won by 48 runs 🏆
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M Hossain Logo
M Hossain Jersy
4s: 0
6s: 0
M Saifuddin Logo
M Saifuddin Jersy
4s: 0
6s: 0
T Boult Logo
T Boult Jersy



T Boult

Econ: 5.50
18th Over:
= 6
Last Over:
= 3
This Over:
= 5
BANBAN - 2nd Innings
6 Over 4652
10 Over 8290
15 Over 131122
NZNZ - 1st Innings
6 Over 5054
10 Over 8587
15 Over 133143
20 Over 204208


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Inn 2
So, the date for the final has been set. New Zealand will clash with Pakistan on October 14th at Hagley Oval! But there is one more game in the round-robin left as Bangladesh and Pakistan face off against each other tomorrow (Thursday). 

Considering the World Cup, Bangladesh have many issues to be solved. They have to get together as a team. Let's see how they prepare, as they have a good amount of days before the main round of the mega event begins.  

For now, this is your guy, AkshayaKrishna Polya, signing off on behalf of my co-commentator Ayan Chatterjee, who, alongside our scorer/analyst Paras Yadav brought you all the live-action of this high-scoring game.
Tim Southee | New Zealand Captain: "When you post a score like that, it makes the second innings simple. Devon and Allen both played excellently. Guptill entered the scene in an unusual position.

We are always improving as a group together. There are also ways to get better. Although we may have made mistakes in the field in the first 10 overs, the bowlers set the tone, and we will be focusing on our fielding in the coming weeks.

Pakistan are a very good T20 side, and we 
have another chance to play a significant match leading up to the World Cup." 
Shakib al Hasan (Bangladesh Captain): "I think New Zealand played better than us and outplayed us totally. We gave away too many runs in the end and kept on losing wickets at the end. This was a learning curve for us and we need more partnerships basically, consistency is required with both bat and ball going forward to the World T20.

There are positives to look back on and we have one more game against Pakistan and hope to do well let's see. I hope we can sign off with a win. Yes, we will not be in the finals, but we know the areas to work on going forward." 
Glenn Phillips (Player of the Match): "No, absolutely not. The way Devon batted was magnificent and the partnership between him and Guptill set us up. Yes, they did the homework and we had to clear the balls comfortably. Yes, I am working on my power game and I think the mishits are also going into the stands as well.

Yes, Devon was great and this was a complete batting performance from us I felt. Even Mark Chapman was going for the big one from the word go. So, happy with the win and we need to show better intent. Looking forward to the finals."
10:54 AM IST | A complete dominance from the hosts, New Zealand, seals the deal for them against Bangladesh. They win this match by 48 runs to make it to the finals and will play Pakistan in the summit clash. Bangladesh, sadly bow out of the Tri-Series, with a game in hand. 

Earlier, Bangladesh won the toss and opted to field. Tim Southee was the stand-in skipper of New Zealand as Kane Williamson was rested. Finn Allen and Devon Conway gave the team a flying start as the duo added 45 runs for the first wicket. The onslaught of Allen (32 off 19) was stopped by a stunner by Yasir Ali in the fifth over.

Martin Guptill came at number three and struggled to time in his first half of the innings. Conway, at the other end, continued his rich vein of form with shots all around the Hagley Oval. Guptill (34 off 27) found his groove as he switched gears and, before getting out to Ebadot Hossain, stitched a partnership of 82 runs for the second wicket with Conway. 

Conway blasted his way through to a stunning half-century and went on to score a 40-ball 64. Glenn Phillips was too hot to handle for the bowling side as he smoked the Bangladeshi bowlers all over the park. The right-hander smashed 5 sixes and 2 fours in his brisk knock of 60 from 24 deliveries.

Mark Chapman was the only batter to get out on a single digit, while James Neesham (6 off 6) and Michael Bracewell (0 off 1) remained unbeaten as New Zealand posted a huge total of 208/5 in their allotted 20 overs.

For Bangladesh, their seamers trio of Saifuddin (2-37), Ebadot (2-40), and Shoriful (1-41) shared the wickets among them. 

Chasing this big score, Bangladesh didn't start well, as they lost Najmul Hossain Shanto (11 off 12) in the fourth over. Litton Das (23 off 16) played some delightful shots but didn't last long at the crease. Soumya Sarkar (23 off 17) and Shakib Al Hasan tried to rebuild the sinking ship and were very positive in their approach. Both added 43 runs for the third wicket, but the former fell in trying to upper-cut Milne. 

Shakib (70 0ff 44) batted exceedingly well and cruised past his half-century. But a beautifully executed knuckleball from the Kiwi skipper accounted for his dismissal. Apart from the top four, no one went past the double figures, accounting for a collapse. But the innings of the Bangladesh skipper reduced the margin of defeat to some extent as Bangladesh ended at 160/7 in their allotted 20 overs. 

Adam Milne, 3-24 in his four overs, was the best bowler for the hosts. Tim Southee (2-36) and Michael Bracewell (2-39) bowled well in restricting the opposition well short of the target. 

Stay tuned for the presentations!
Mohammad Saifuddin
Mosaddek Hossain
Trent Boult
19.6 T Boult to M Hossain
1 Short of a length here, Mosaddek pulls it away uppishly through to the deep midwicket fielder. Chapman gets around to come around and stop the ball as Hossain gets a single to end the over and match. Bangladesh ends with 160/7 in 20 overs as New Zealand wins by 48 runs to qualify for the finals alongside Pakistan. Bangladesh are out of the tournament. 
19.5 T Boult to M Hossain
0 Fuller length angling in, Mosaddek defends it back to the bowler. 
19.4 T Boult to M Saifuddin
1 A yorker length here, Saifuddin slashes it away for a single to the cover fielder. 
19.3 T Boult to M Hossain
1 Short of a length here, Mosaddek pulls it hard towards the bigger part of the boundary. The ball goes towards the deep midwicket fielder where Chapman does well and keep it down to a single here. 
19.2 T Boult to M Saifuddin
1 Fuller length here, Saifuddin uses his feet and lofts it uppishly to wide long-on for a single. 
19.1 T Boult to M Hossain
1 Boult will bowl the last over. Another off-pace ball, Mosaddek pulls it away to the deep midwicket fielder for a single. 
Mohammad Saifuddin
Mosaddek Hossain
Tim Southee
18.6 T Southee to M Saifuddin
0 Good length angling in, Saifuddin defends as it hits his pads to roll away to end the 19th over. 
18.5 T Southee to M Hossain
1 Fuller length around off, Mosaddek drills it hard down to long-on for a single. 
18.4 T Southee to M Saifuddin
1 A low full toss here, Saifuddin whips it away to wide long-on for a single to get off the mark and gets off strike as well. 
18.3 T Southee to M Saifuddin
0 Fuller and wide, Saifuddin cracks this straight to the cover fielder. 
New batter on crease
  • RUNS196
  • SR115.00
  • AVG17.00