New Delhi: Before the T20 World Cup, there is a view of stormy bowling and batting. These days a tri-series is being played between Bangladesh-Pakistan and New Zealand in New Zealand. Under this, the fifth T20 match was played on Wednesday. Batting first, New Zealand scored runs in this match.
Kiwi batsman Finn Allen made 32, Devon Conway 64, Martin Guptill 34 and Glenn Phillips scored 60 runs in 24 balls. After this, the Kiwi team, who came out to bowl, dealt the Bangladesh batsmen for 160 runs in 20 overs.
Stormy bowling by Adam Milne
In this match, the stormy bowling of Kiwi bowler Adam Milne was seen. He took 3 wickets for 24 runs in 4 overs. Milne bowled Bangladesh opener Najmul Hossein Shanto in such a way that the batsman’s senses were blown away. Left arm batsman Shanto came to bowl over the wicket, as soon as Milne bowled the third ball of the fourth over, this ball was so dangerous inswing after taking the pitch that the middle stump was uprooted from the root and fell.
Shanto was in the mood to hit this ball for a six, he swung the bat, but the ball beat him and fell away while uprooting the middle stump. Shanto was dismissed after scoring just 11 runs.
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Shakib Al Hasan is gone
Captain Tim Southee took 2 for 36 in 4 overs while Michael Bracewell took 2 for 39 in 4 overs. Bangladesh’s batsmen were battered in front of New Zealand’s deadly bowling and could only make 160 in 20 overs. In this way Kiwi team won this match by a margin of 48 runs.
For Bangladesh, only captain Shakib Al Hasan was able to bat well. He scored 70 runs in 44 balls. Liton Das scored 23 runs in 16 balls. Apart from him, none of the batsmen could do anything special. The sixth match of the tri-series will be played between Bangladesh and Pakistan on Thursday. This will be followed by the final on October 14.