Bangladesh vs New Zealand Patel helps NZ stay alive in the series

Bangladesh vs New Zealand Patel helps NZ stay alive in the series

First won the toss and chose to bat Bangladesh and set the goal of 129.

Bangladesh has been bowled out in seventy-six. In T20Is, this was their second lowest total.

Ajaz Patel, the left-armed spinner in New Zealand, came up with the greatest of the 4-16 career in Bangladesh, as NZ returned to the series with its 52-run triumph in Dhaka.

After winning the first two T20Is, Bangladesh was seeking to win the series against Blackcaps.

After Muhammad Naim hit Jacob Duffy two fours in the first round, the hosts started brightly.

But they began to fall down after that. Bowled Linton Cole McConchie (3-15) Das Off lbw for 15. Mahedi Hasan and Shakib Al have thereafter been rejected.

Naim was bowled by the all-rounder Rachin Ravendra, who had to depart Bangladesh with a 43-6 ball, before Patel removed skipper Mahmudullah Riyadh and Afif Hossain.

But at 20 when Colin de Grandhomme picked up the wicket, Mushfiqur Rahim tried to raise the score.

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“That is a pretty nice result. Although we lost wickets in advance, we were capable of building partnerships with the bat and bowlers did a terrific job,” New Zealand skipper Tom Latham stated.

Henry Nicholls struck 36 out of 29 after NZ lost their fifth wicket to 62, taking the restoration team after 66-running sixth-wicket with Tom Blundell (30).

The top bowling stats on the hosting side were manufactured by Mohammad Saifuddin from 2 to 28.

“Bowlers have done an excellent job of limiting them. We began well with the bat, but in the cluster we could not take up and lost wickets. We’re going back to the next powerful game, hopefully,” Captain Mahmudullah of Bangladesh stated.

Wednesday is the fourth match of the series.

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