New Zealand vs Bangladesh Head to head

New Zealand vs Bangladesh Head to head

During a shaky start as they chased 245 to win, Kiwi captain Kane Williamson should have been run out for eight, but wicketkeeper Mushfiqur Rahim broke the stumps before gathering the ball.

Williamson holed out to deep mid-wicket and Tom Latham lasted four balls before lofting a soft catch to the deep himself.

Bangladesh will take on South Africa on June 5, in Match 9 of ICC Cricket World Cup 2019 at The Oval in London.

When Matt Henry was eighth man out, New Zealand still needed seven runs for victory but Mitchell Santner stayed calm to secure their second win of the tournament with 17 balls to spare. Latham said it would be "great" to see Bangladesh in London after the Asian nation cut short their tour of New Zealand earlier this year following the Christchurch mosque attacks.

Taylor looked to be zeroing in on a 21st one-day worldwide century but tickled Mosaddek Hossain behind to Mushfiqur and had to trudge off 18 runs short of three figures.

De Grandhomme's ramp shot was brilliantly caught one-handed above his head by Mushfiqur and Neesham chipped straight to long-on. From the 38th over, 34 balls consecutive balls went by without finding the rope, before Boult and Henry returned to wrap up the tail and leave Bangladesh probably 30 runs short of a truly competitive total. However, the Bangladesh wicket-keeper disturbed the bails with his arm before collecting the throw and the third umpire gave it not out.

New Zealand pace attack was excellent against Sri Lanka where the overcast played to the advantage.

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Now, when Bangladesh take on a disciplined Kane Williamson-led New Zealand team on Wednesday (June 5) at the Kennington Oval on Wednesday, they would do so with the confidence that they can upset anyone's applecart, even in a World Cup fixture.

They started in impressive fashion at this year's tournament in England and Wales, steam-rollering Sri Lanka by 10 wickets in Cardiff at the weekend.

"I think the way we went about things against Sri Lanka was ideal, but we know we're going to be put under pressure tomorrow and throughout this tournament", he said.

"We need to work on our running - we had come close calls".

"I'm sure both sides are looking forward to getting out there and getting back to the cricket field around what we love doing", he said. The outfield was slow. "We got set and then got out too often, we couldn't make a good partnership in the middle".

"At the end it was a tight match". Thus, the Kiwis will have to be on the top of their game if they are to get a consecutive win under their belt.

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