Cricket Update New Zealand vs Bangladesh 2nd ODI Match

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Cricket Update New Zealand vs Bangladesh 2nd ODI Match
Cricket Update New Zealand vs Bangladesh 2nd ODI Match

Cricket Update New Zealand vs Bangladesh 2nd ODI Match

New Zealand vs Bangladesh , 1st ODI Live Cricket Scores

New Zealand

275/5 (48.2)

Bangladesh

271/6 (50.0)
New Zealand beat Bangladesh by 5 wickets

Tom Latham, the New Zealand skipper is back for the chat again. He tells that Bangladesh had wickets in hand but New Zealand controlled things pleasantly with the ball. Praises Santner for his bowling. Thinks they didn't outdo the start but as the chase went on, they continued getting better. Says that it was a bit tricky surface and is pleased to cross the line. Talks highly of Conway and says that he has done superbly in domestic cricket and has got his best form in the international arena. Ends by saying that they want to improve more as a side.  live now  bangladesh  new zealand

Tamim Iqbal, the Bangladesh skipper, says that he felt that they could've dominated the match. Feels that their bowlers did really well to create chances but the defenders failed to help them. Adds that he is really disappointed with the outcome. Praises Rahim and Mithun for their batting. Adds that it was an improved performance from them but advises they are here to win the game as well. Figures there will be dropped chances in the game of cricket but it hurts them. Says that people do not drop the catches willingly but they need to grab chances like these. Wants to be positive in the final ODI. 

Tom Latham, the Kiwi skipper, is named Player of the Match for his brilliant thump. Starts by saying that it is really ideal to have a match-winning contribution. Enlightens that it was all concerning partnerships during the chase. On facing the spinners, Latham says that the ball was turning a bit but the dew made it a bit tough for them. Tells that they had their targets as a batting side and worked out their plans pleasantly. 

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Earlier in the game, Latham won the toss and asked Bangladesh to bat first. On the back of a great unbeaten 73 from Mithun and contributions from Tamim, Sarkar and Rahim, Bangladesh posted a fine total on the board. The Kiwis bowled tightly but failed to take wickets at regular intervals and that meant they gave away a couple of runs too many during the death overs. Santner was the pick of the bowlers with twin wickets. However, the likes of Boult, Henry and Jamieson too bowled tightly and got one wicket each to their name. Neesham had a poor game as he gave away 73 in his 9 overs. However, their good work in the main half with the ball meant that the Kiwis, driven by their skipper's wonderful thump sealed the deal. 

Chasing the total, the Kiwis didn't start well as Nicholls fell early and Guptill too didn't get rolling. Youthful departed in the eleventh over of the game with the score reading just 53 for 3. However, after that, Conway along with skipper Latham added 100 or more to keep the Kiwis in the chase. Conway raked up his maiden ODI half ton before getting run out while trying to steal a single. Latham, however, continued and continued onward. Bangladesh were really poor in the field as they put down a couple of chances. Latham and Neesham utilized the chances given and took the team close with their 76-run stand. Neesham holed out in search of speedy runs but Latham continued and changed over the half ton into a scintillating century to take the team home. Mitchell played his part by scoring 12 off 6. 

Great run chase from the Kiwis and they have sealed the 3-match ODI arrangement with a game to go. Just terrific from New Zealand and the skipper leading from the front, before his home group is extra special. Bangladesh had their chances with the ball but they just didn't get it. A number of dropped chances and messy fielding didn't help their cause one bit and they have been hammered again!

Blown away in the first ODI. What's coming up in the second? New Zealand were predominant than Bangladesh in each aspect of the game. There two or three shots played by Bangladeshi batsmen but they were few and far in between. New Zealand killed the contest in the first hour itself with Trent Boult wrecking things up. Bangladesh needed more runs on the board to make an impact but Martin Guptill didn't allow them to try and attempt to do as such. The approach proposes that they are going to come hard at the visitors. This is the first day/night match at the Hagley Oval, so the conditions could be marginally new to the hosts as well. Ross Taylor has been controlled out of this apparatus as well, with an injured hamstring but dare we say, they didn't miss him or Kane Williamson much in the first game. Bangladesh will do well to recall that batting is their solidarity. So on the off chance that they do that well, they can squeeze the Kiwis. Easier said than done however... Read More All Series Bangladesh tour of New Zealand, 2021

Match Info

Match: 2nd ODI
Venue: Hagley Oval, Christchurch, 2021
Date & Time: 23rd March, 4:00 AM
Series: Bangladesh in New Zealand, 3 ODI Series, 2021
Weather: Clear
Toss: New Zealand elected to field
Umpires: Chris Brown (NZ), Wayne Knights (NZ) and Chris Gaffaney (NZ)
Referee: Jeff Crowe (NZ)
Player of the Match: Tom Latham

Dream11 Recommended XI: Mohammad Saifuddin, Tamim Iqbal, Martin Guptill, Henry Nicholls, Liton Das, Trent Boult, Mushfiqur Rahim, Matt Henry, Mehidy Hasan, Mustafizur Rahman, Soumya Sarkar
Captain: Martin Guptill Vice-Captain: Mohammad Saifuddin


My11Circle Recommended XI: Mohammad Saifuddin, Tamim Iqbal, Martin Guptill, Henry Nicholls, Liton Das, Trent Boult, Mushfiqur Rahim, Matt Henry, Mehidy Hasan, Mustafizur Rahman, Soumya Sarkar
Captain: Martin Guptill Vice-Captain: Mohammad Saifuddin