Player of the Match
Player of the Match
  • BATSMEN
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    12.5 he's gone! Dead straight and probably crashing into middle stump. Good length, aimed for off stump, but comes in with his natural angle. Guptill plays down the wrong line and is well beaten for pace. A short mid-pitch discussion with his captain, and they won't review. Great bowling 69/2
    7.1 breakthrough! Ronchi mistimes again. Taskin's pace is the reason. This is back of a length at off stump, and he wants to swipe this through midwicket with no intention of keeping it down. But that comes on quick, gets him high on the bat, and it's a simple lob to mid-on 46/1
    29.6 A mix-up between the wickets! This is messy, and Williamson is caught short at the bowler's end. Reward for Bangladesh after building up pressure. This was full and straight, tickled to short fine leg. Mosaddek swoops down on the ball but the throw is off-radar. Shakib adjusts, swivels around, and takes the bails off to dismiss Williamson. Shakib made that throw look a lot better. It was the captain's call, but there wasn't a run in it. Taylor wasn't interested at all. To simply put it: Williamson ran himself out 152/3
    38.4 good adjustment from Taskin. Taylor goes for a premeditated ramp over fine leg, but he's shuffled across too early. Taskin sees him and digs this back of a length. He makes it a legcutter too. Taylor completely done for timing and is in a pretty poor position. Can only offer this to short fine 201/4
    43.1 gotcha! Good length, flat, straight, nothing out of the ordinary. Broom steps out, makes a bit of room and looks to slog this over the midwicket boundary. A nice, thick leading edge hands behind square on the off side and the fielders hold their cool. Backward point is given the pleasure, and he makes no mistake 228/5
    45.6 no need to appeal this time! Neesham is a fair way down the wicket. This is another routine flat ball at a length from Mosaddek. It's slightly outside off stump. The batsman runs down the track and is too late bringing his flat-batted shot down at this. It slides under his shot and the stumping is simple 240/7
    43.3 Anderson is trapped on the back leg and he's walking off, but Neesham's called him back. We have a review for lbw. This is pushed through from around the wicket and Anderson is caught on the flick. It hit him in front of leg stump, so the review was warranted given the angle. But Anderson was deep enough for that to be a straightforward decision in the end 229/6
    not out
    14
    34
    18
    0
    0
    77.77
    48.3 delicious. One pacer to another. Milne shuffles across, gets a yorker and his bat can't stop that from crashing into the stumps 252/8
    not out
    10
    9
    5
    2
    0
    200.00
    Extras
    6 (w 6)
    TOTAL
    265/8 (50 Overs, RR: 5.30)
    Did not bat: TA Boult
    Fall of wickets: 1-46 (L Ronchi, 7.1 ov), 2-69 (MJ Guptill, 12.5 ov), 3-152 (KS Williamson, 29.6 ov), 4-201 (LRPL Taylor, 38.4 ov), 5-228 (NT Broom, 43.1 ov), 6-229 (CJ Anderson, 43.3 ov), 7-240 (JDS Neesham, 45.6 ov), 8-252 (AF Milne, 48.3 ov)
    BowlingOMRWEcon0s4s6sWDNB
    Mashrafe Mortaza1014504.50354110
    Mustafizur Rahman905215.77296030
    Taskin Ahmed804325.37256000
    Rubel Hossain1006016.00246010
    Shakib Al Hasan1005205.20213010
    Mosaddek Hossain301334.3370000
  • BATSMEN
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    0.2 Southee strikes with his second ball. Tamim has been given out lbw by umpire Gould. The batsman chooses to challenge the on-field out decision. But this looks pretty adjacent. This was full on middle, lateral movement now, this swings in slightly, enough to bother the left-hander. Tamim falls across, plays down the wrong line. The tracker returns three reds - it would have carried onto hit the leg stump. Bangladesh's gun batsman gone for a duck 0/1
    4.4 inducker, Sarkar pinned on the back pad and is given! New Zealand's seamers have made short work of Bangladesh's top order. On a good length and skids back in, Sarkar is too late onto it. Southee raps the back thigh in front of middle and leg. Was it bouncing over? The tracker suggests so 12/3
    2.3 Sabbir has nicked off. Another cracker, this time from Southee. Good length, angled in, and seams away slightly, not sharply, outside off. Sabbir hangs his bat out in the channel with his feet stapled to the crease, thin-edges it behind to Ronchi, who pouches it. Some start from NZ's new-ball bowlers 10/2
    11.4 This 146ks thunderbolt from Milne storms through the gate! The middle stump is floored. Fast bowlers simply love that sight. Good length, starts outside off, and rips back in, Mushfiq wafts at it with no feet again, pace like fire. The quick bursts through the bat-pad gap. Not a memorable birthday for Mushfiq 33/4
    114
    184
    115
    11
    1
    99.13
    46.3 Shakib swings... and misses. The stumps are rattled but Bangladesh are all but home. Full on off and middle, he backs away outside leg, looks to smack it away but loses his shape and his off stump. The record 224-run stand is over. Crumbs of consolation for NZ 257/5
    not out
    102
    158
    107
    8
    2
    95.32
    not out
    7
    5
    4
    1
    0
    175.00
    Extras
    20 (lb 2, w 18)
    TOTAL
    268/5 (47.2 Overs, RR: 5.66)
    Fall of wickets: 1-0 (Tamim Iqbal, 0.2 ov), 2-10 (Sabbir Rahman, 2.3 ov), 3-12 (Soumya Sarkar, 4.4 ov), 4-33 (Mushfiqur Rahim, 11.4 ov), 5-257 (Shakib Al Hasan, 46.3 ov)
    BowlingOMRWEcon0s4s6sWDNB
    TG Southee914535.00336040
    TA Boult1004814.80345040
    AF Milne9.205816.21286130
    JDS Neesham403007.50103110
    MJ Santner1004704.70281020
    CJ Anderson301906.3372000
    KS Williamson201909.5031100

Match Notes

Record stand

178

Previous biggest partnership for Ban in ODIs, between Mushfiqur-Tamim v Pak in Dhaka in 2015. This between Shakib and Mahmudullah is now the highest.

Long ago

2011

Last time Bangladesh's top-4 accounted for fewer runs in an ODI, than the 25 runs in this match - 18 runs v Pak in Dhaka in December 2011.

Southee Strikes

5

Wickets taken by Southee in a span of 18 balls - 2 wkts off last 2 balls v Eng and 3 off his first 16 balls today. He was wicketless in his first 73 balls of this tournament.

Small finish

62

Runs scored by NZ in the last 10 overs of the innings, is the lowest for any team in this tournament batting all 10 overs. SA had managed 63 v Pak in their final ten.

Some resistance

18

Highest score by NZ's No. 5 to 11 in the first 2 games of this tournament. Broom and Neesham scored more than that today.

Running out

3

No. of times in last 4 ODIs Kane Williamson has been run out, including today.

Record streak

4

No. of consecutive 50+ scores for Williamson in Champions Trophy - first batsman to do so. His scores in last 3 inns - 67, 100, 87 and another fifty today.

Not capitalizing

28.66

Guptill's average in this Champions Trophy, including this game. He's got scores of 26, 27 and 33, but failed to convert them into big scores.

Can they repeat?

1-16

Ban's win-loss record against NZ in ODIs outside Bangladesh. Their only away win had come had come recently in the tri-series in Ireland.

ICC Champions Trophy (ICC KnockOut)

Group A
TEAMMWLPTNRR
ENG33061.045
BDESH31130.000
AUS3012-0.992
NZ3021-1.058
Group B
TEAMMWLPTNRR
INDIA32141.370
PAK3214-0.680
SA31220.167
SL3122-0.798