Ban vs Nz Cricket Match 3rd T20I Bangladesh all out for 110 Runs

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Cricket Match 3rd T20I Bangladesh all out for 110 Runs

Starting from the last match of ODI series. In the first two matches of the T20 series, Bangladesh controlled the match with bowling. After winning the toss and bowling first in all three matches, the Bangladeshi bowlers performed well in the power play. Today was the turn of the batsmen. Read More Live Cricket Score, New Zealand vs Bangladesh, 3nd T20I

The batsmen of the Bangladesh team failed in the last match of the series at Mount Manganu Bay Oval. After losing one wicket after another, no pair of Bangladesh lost 30 runs in the entire innings. In the end, Bangladesh's innings stopped at 110 runs in 19.2 overs. New Zealand captain Mitchell Santner took 4 wickets with 16 runs in 4 overs.

The wicket started falling from the first over of the innings. And that trend continued throughout the innings. Soumya Sarkar is lbw after a boundary in the absence of Liton Das due to injury. Tim finds Soumya's pad with the third ball of Southee's over. Soumya's innings ended on 17 balls with 4 boundaries. Read More Live Cricket Score New Zealand vs Bangladesh, 2nd T20I

Nazmul was positive from the beginning. Using the speed of the Kiwi pacers, he quickly hit 4 boundaries. In the fifth over bowled by Adam Milne, the Bangladesh captain left the crease and took a catch at point in search of another boundary. Nazmul's innings ended with 17 runs off 15 balls.

Bangladesh also lost wickets in the last over in the power play. Another opener Rony Talukder was left lbw by Ben Sears after scoring 10 runs off 2 boundaries in 10 balls. A full length ball on the leg stump was going away though. He would not be out if he took the review. Roni left the field without taking a review after talking to Tawhid Hriday who was on non-strike. In that, Bangladesh lost 3 wickets in the power play and scored 45 runs in 6 overs. Read More Live Cricket Score New Zealand vs Bangladesh, 1st T20I

The next chapter of the match was also dominated by the Kiwi bowlers. Afif Hossain's partnership with Hriday did not allow the hosts to go down to five. Mitchell Santner recovered from injury to add 18 runs off 19 balls. He reduced the speed and increased the ball to trap Afif with a wrong shot. He tried to play the left-arm spinner outside the crease in the ninth over. But he could not stop the shot at the last moment. Unfortunately for Afif (14 off 13 balls), the ball went off the bat-pad into wicketkeeper Tim Syfert's gloves. Read More Live Cricket Score, New Zealand vs Bangladesh, 3rd ODI

Santner dismissed Hridoy in the next over. Like the rest, he reached the double digit room and went back to the dressing room. Hriday took the catch behind the wicket while cutting Santner's outside ball. His innings stopped at 16 runs off 18 balls. Bangladesh's run was then 68 for 5 wickets. The innings of Sheikh Mehdi Hasan (4) and Shamim Hossain (9) was halted by Santner's slow spin. The left-hander got two outs in the last over of his spell in the 15th over of the innings.

Bangladesh's run was then 81 for 7 wickets. Rishad Hossain (10) scored a century along with the rest of the lower order. If the extra 11 runs were omitted, Bangladesh's runs could not have reached three figures.

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