Bangladesh vs New Zealand 4th T20I 2021 Highlights
Watch the highlights of Bangladesh vs New Zealand 4th T20I 2021 - New Zealand tour of Bangladesh 2021 played at Shere Bangla National Stadium, Dhaka.
Cricket Highlights - Bangladesh vs New Zealand 4th T20I 2021
Watch the highlights of Bangladesh vs New Zealand 4th T20I 2021 - New Zealand tour of Bangladesh 2021 played at Shere Bangla National Stadium, Dhaka on Sep 08, 2021.
Nasum Ahmed and Mustafizur Rahman each took four wickets before Mahmudullah hit an incredible 43 to lead Bangladesh to a crushing six-wicket victory against New Zealand and an unassailable 3-1 lead in the fourth T20I.
- Nasum Ahmed's 4 for 10 was his best T20I bowling performance and the second-best bowling figure by a Bangladesh bowler against New Zealand in T20Is, after Mustafizur Rahman's 5 for 22.
- Mustafizur Rahman's 4 for 22 was his second-best T20I bowling performance for Bangladesh, as well as his second-best T20I bowling figure against New Zealand.
- Bangladesh has won the first-ever bilateral T20I series against New Zealand.
- New Zealand's 93 was their seventh-lowest score in a T20I, and it was also their second-worst total against Bangladesh in T20Is.
- Bangladesh's successful run-chase of 94 was their third lowest in T20 internationals.
Will Young top-scored for New Zealand with 46 off 48 balls, hitting five fours and a six, while Tom Latham and Finn Allen added 21 and 12 respectively.
Nasum Ahmed (4-10), Mustafizur Rahman (4-wickets for 12-runs in 4-overs), Mohammad Saifuddin (2-wickets), and Mahedi Hasan (2-wickets) were the top bowlers for Bangladesh.
Bangladesh chased down 96-4 in 19.1 overs, with Mahmudullah top-scoring with an unbeaten 43 off 48 balls, including two sixes and a four, Mohammad Naim scoring 29 and Shakib Al Hasan scoring 8.
New Zealand best bowler Ajaz Patel grabbed two wickets and one for Cole McConchie.
Nasum Ahmed named Player of the Match for his outstanding economical bowling performance in which he took four wickets for ten runs in four overs, including two maidens, at an economy rate of 2.50.