Bangladesh VS New Zealand 2nd T20I
Tom Latham’s unbeaten 65 failed to win just from Bangladesh, who took a 2-0 lead in the five-match series with their second T20I win against New Zealand on Friday. With the help of Mohammad Naeem’s 39 and captain Mahmudullah Riyad’s unbeaten 37, Bangladesh made 141 for six in their 20 overs.
Needing 13 off 2 balls, New Zealand Mustafizur Rahman’s no-ball purposeful grace had another chance that disappeared for a boundary. Anyway, it was nothing more than an opportunity.
Tom Latham then collected just three runs off the next two balls for his group.
And Thanks a lot of that gratitude to Mahedi Hasan, who got done with astounding figures of 4-0-12-2, and Shakib Al Hasan who conveyed the early energy with Rachin Ravindra’s wicket and afterward returned to break a 43-run represent the third wicket. The two spinners alongside the third in Nasum Ahmed picked six wickets among them and surrendered just 58 stumbles into 11 overs. All-rounder Mohammad Saifuddin astonished an astounding penultimate, parting with just eight runs.
There was a run-out possibility missed against Latham (65*), who was discovered shortly when just for the replays to find that Nurul Hasan had cut the bails off prior to gathering the ball. Be that as it may, it didn’t hurt the hosts eventually despite the fact that they would need to up their handling in the following not many games.
- The next Bangladesh vs New Zealand, 3rd T20I is going to be a hard bone fight on Sunday 5th September