Batting first against Bangladesh, New Zealand’s batsmen got spread and could not even play the full 20 overs. The visiting team made its lowest score in T20 cricket.
A series of five T20 matches is being played between Bangladesh and New Zealand.
Bangladesh cricket team is currently creating panic in the T20 format. After trampling Australia in the T20 series, he has now played New Zealand’s band. In the first match of the five T20 matches in Dhaka, he bowled out the Kiwis for 60 runs due to tremendous bowling. Batting first, New Zealand’s batsmen spread and could not even play the entire 20 overs. This is New Zealand’s lowest score in men’s T20 cricket. It is also the second lowest overall score in men’s T20 cricket. Also, New Zealand’s team has been all out in T20 cricket for the second time. Before this, only once in 2007, all his batsmen were out against India. Mustafizur Rahman (3), Shakib Al Hasan and Nasoom Ahmed took two wickets each. From New Zealand, only two batsmen were able to cross the double-figure mark. For this series, the Kiwi team is on a tour of Bangladesh without its 10 big players.
New Zealand captain Tom Latham won the toss and elected to bat. But it had a very bad start. Bangladesh started bowling through spin and took a wicket on the third ball of the match. Debuting Rachin Ravindra got out without opening an account. After this, the further batsmen also went back one after the other. Will Young (5), Tom Blundell (2), Colin de Grandhomme (1) could not even touch the double figure. Due to this, the score of the Kiwi team became four wickets for nine runs.
Bangladesh have bowled out New Zealand for 60 – their joint-lowest total in T20Is.
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— ICC (@ICC) September 1, 2021
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