Bangladesh vs New Zealand 2nd T20I 2021 Highlights
Watch the highlights of Bangladesh vs New Zealand 2nd T20I 2021 - New Zealand tour of Bangladesh 2021 played at Shere Bangla National Stadium, Dhaka.
Cricket Highlights - Bangladesh vs New Zealand 2nd T20I 2021
Watch the highlights of Bangladesh vs New Zealand 2nd T20I 2021 - New Zealand tour of Bangladesh 2021 played at Shere Bangla National Stadium, Dhaka on Sep 03, 2021.
Despite a fighting knock from Tom Latham's undefeated 65, Mustafizur Rahman keeps his nerve as Bangladesh pull off a dramatic 4-run victory against New Zealand to take a 2-0 lead in the second T20I.
Match Stats :
- Bangladesh's 4-run triumph was their second-tiniest victory in T20Is in terms of runs, and it was their narrowest victory over New Zealand in T20Is.
- Mohammad Naim and Liton Das set the greatest first-wicket partnership of 59 runs for Bangladesh in a T20 international against New Zealand, which was previously held by Tamim Iqbal and Soumya Sarkar's 44-run stand at Mount Mounganui in 2017.
- Bangladesh's 141 was their equal sixth-highest total in T20 internationals versus New Zealand.
- New Zealand's 137 was their seventh-highest total in T20 internationals against Bangladesh.
Bangladesh scored 141-6 in 20 overs, with Mohammad Naim topping the list with a run-a-ball 39 runs, including three fours.
Liton Das struck 33 off 29 balls, including three fours and a six. Mahmudullah scored an undefeated 37 from 32 balls, including five fours.
Rachin Ravindra, New Zealand's top bowler, grabbed three wickets for 22 runs in four overs, while Ajaz Patel, Cole McConchie, and Hamish Bennett each claimed one wicket.
New Zealand scored 137-5 in 20 overs, with Tom Latham top-scoring with an unbeaten 65 off 49 balls that included six fours and a six, Will Young 22, and Cole McConchie 15.
Mahedi Hasan, Bangladesh's top bowler, and Shakib Al Hasan both got two wickets, with Nasun Ahmed taking one.
Mahmudullah named Player of the Match for his undefeated 39 off 29 balls, which included three fours and a six.