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Bangladesh v New Zealand, Super Eights, Antigua

'We were too careful' - Bashar

Apr 2, 2007: After an over-aggressive display against Australia on Saturday, Bangladesh were this time guilty of forsaking their natural game against New Zealand

Andrew Miller in Antigua

Bangladesh v New Zealand, Super Eights, Antigua

Kiwis enjoy cruise along quiet back roads

Apr 2, 2007: Few have proved so adept at sticking to the basics as Stephen Fleming's New Zealanders

Andrew Miller in Antigua

Bangladesh v New Zealand, Super Eights, Antigua

Balancing attack and defence, and Fleming's feat

Apr 2, 2007: Bangladesh played out an incredible 88 dot balls in the first 20 overs, while Fleming became the first New Zealand batsman to score 1000 World Cup runs

S Rajesh and HR Gopalakrishna

Plays of the Day

The puppy cuts loose and who are they kidding anyway

Apr 2, 2007: The day's most interesting moments on and off the field

Andrew Miller in Antigua

Bangladesh v New Zealand, Super Eights, Antigua

Fleming ton crushes Bangladesh

Apr 2, 2007: For the second time in five days, New Zealand's well-oiled bowling attack turned in a clinical bowling display, giving their team a foothold into the semi-finals of the World Cup by beating Bangladesh by nine wickets

The Bulletin by Siddhartha Vaidyanathan

Bangladesh v New Zealand, Super Eights, Antigua

New Zealand not taking Bangladesh for granted

Apr 1, 2007: Andrew Miller previews Bangladesh's match against New Zealand in Antigua

Andrew Miller in Antigua
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