Player of the Match
Player of the Match
  • BATSMEN
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    SR
    0.4 caught behind!! seamed away outside off and McCullum pushed at it, healthy edge through to the keeper and New Zealand's best batsman from the first game is gone for a duck!! 0/1
    14.4 big blow for New Zealand! Ryder goes for the slog sweep but it settles in Imrul's hands a couple of steps in front of the boundary, Ryder goes after looking good 56/3
    13.3 caught! Came down the track and tried to deposit over long-on, but hits high with no distance where Junaid settles safely underneath it at midwicket 55/2
    not out
    62
    72
    123
    3
    4
    86.11
    17.3 gone!! Brilliant from Shakib, slightly shorter on middle, Elliott groped but couldn't reach it and watched helplessly as it spun past his attempted forward defensive and crashed into off stump. New Zealand staring down the barrel 62/4
    22.1 OUT!!! That is a loss of gigantic proportions for New Zealand as their skipper departs! Tame end as he gets a leading edge straight back to the bowler trying to flick into the leg side. Vettori unable to rescue his side today, New Zealand slide further into the mire 79/5
    31.2 absolutely plumb, on middle, straightens, Stewart's sweep is nowhere near the ball which cannons into his front pad. Bangladesh trampling all over New Zealand here 98/6
    32.4 cleaned out. McCullum was thinking about swinging to leg, Rubel bowls it full on middle and McCullum tries to change his mind late which only produces a limp mixture of a defensive stroke and a leg-side hoick, which the ball beats as it goes straight through the gate 101/7
    41.6 finally respite for Bangladesh, Mills goes down on one knee and tries to hit over long-on, limited distance though as Rubel settles under the skier 173/8
    42.4 not so lucky this time! similar stroke except that this delivery hit him in front of middle and off, the umpire raised his finger immediately. New Zealand in danger of being bowled out after recovering in the Batting Powerplay 173/9
    42.5 and speak of the devil, McKay feathers a ball outside off stump through to Mushfiqur who holds onto a sharp catch. New Zealand all out for 173, they will require a very disciplined bowling effort to keep Bangladesh at bay 173/10
    Extras
    5 (nb 2, w 3)
    TOTAL
    173 all out (42.5 Overs, RR: 4.03)
    Fall of wickets: 1-0 (BB McCullum, 0.4 ov), 2-55 (BJ Watling, 13.3 ov), 3-56 (JD Ryder, 14.4 ov), 4-62 (GD Elliott, 17.3 ov), 5-79 (DL Vettori, 22.1 ov), 6-98 (SL Stewart, 31.2 ov), 7-101 (NL McCullum, 32.4 ov), 8-173 (KD Mills, 41.6 ov), 9-173 (TG Southee, 42.4 ov), 10-173 (AJ McKay, 42.5 ov)
    BowlingOMRWEcon0s4s6sWDNB
    Shafiul Islam402215.5000000
    Rubel Hossain803914.8700020
    Abdur Razzak1004714.7000000
    Shakib Al Hasan914525.0000002
    Sohrawordi Shuvo1021431.4000000
    Mahmudullah1.50623.2700010

Match Details

Toss

Bangladesh , elected to field first

Player Of The Match

Series result

Bangladesh led the 5-match series 2-0

Match number

Season

Hours of play (local time)

09.00 start, First Session 09.00-12.30, Interval 12.30-13.15, Second Session 13.15-16.45

Match days

11 October 2010 (50-over match)

TV Umpires

Reserve Umpire

Match Referee

Match Notes

Bangladesh 2nd innings Partnerships

WktRunsPlayers
1st127Shahriar NafeesImrul Kayes
2nd7Junaid SiddiqueImrul Kayes
3rd25Junaid SiddiqueRaqibul Hasan
4th18Shakib Al HasanRaqibul Hasan
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