New Zealand beat Bangladesh by 88 runs in the last and third ODIs. Along with this, New Zealand has cleaned 3-0 in the three-match ODI series. Bangladesh won the toss and invited hosts New Zealand to bat first. The New Zealand team scored a score of 330 runs in the 50 overs at a loss of 6 wickets.
New Zealand’s tailor Ross Taylor played the most 69 runs in 82 balls. In addition, Henri Nicholas scored 64 and captain Tom Latham contributed 56 runs in 51 balls. Bangladesh’s Mustafizur Rahman took two for 93 runs.
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In reply, Bangladesh’s chase started to chase a huge target of 331, and the start of the team was very poor and 3 batsmen were dismissed for just two runs. Even after this, the wicket continued to drop and Bangladesh’s score was 65/5
Then came to bat on number six, Sabbir Rahman shared a 101-run partnership with Mohammad Saifuddin for the sixth wicket, but he could not win the match. Sabbir Rahman played 102 runs in 110 balls. Tim Southee took 6 wickets for 65 runs by New Zealand.
Tim Southey was selected Man of the Match for his spectacular bowling performance.
4 world record broken in the last ODI
1. New Zealand’s explosive batsman became the third batsman to score most runs in ODIs in 2019 He has left Rohit Sharma (354 runs) behind.
2. Ross Taylor became the number one batsman who scored the most runs of New Zealand in ODIs. He has left Stephen Fleming (8007 runs) behind.
3. Throwing batsman Ross Taylor became the second New Zealand batsman to score 8,000 runs in ODIs. Earlier, this was done only by Stephen Fleming from New Zealand.
4. In the Tim Southee ODI, the world’s leading run scorer became the number one bowler during taking 6 wickets. They looted 65 runs.