Player of the Match
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'Win shows depth in batting' - Guptill

New Zealand batsman Martin Guptill talks to the media about his batting form and how the win against Bangladesh was a sign of the side's batting depth

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'Was good to bat with old head Vettori' - Southee

New Zealand bowler Tim Southee talks the team's impressive bowling in the tournament, and his match-winning shots in the game against Bangladesh in Hamilton

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'Track helped our spinners' - Shakib

Bangladesh stand-in captain Shakib Al Hasan on team's fighting performance against New Zealand in Hamilton

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'Our bowlers have great confidence' - Kalpage

Bangladesh assistant coach says the amount of overs bowled by their quicks back home has helped their impressive World Cup performances.

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Ronchi keeping a 'close eye' on Bangladesh seamers

New Zealand wicketkeeper Luke Ronchi believes Bangladesh are a dangerous team, highlighting Tamim Iqbal and their seam attack as potential threats

  • Black Caps gaining the All Blacks experience

    Shared knowledge between Mike Hesson and his All Blacks counterpart, Steve Hansen, will play a role in New Zealand's campaign in the knockout stages of the World Cup

  • Defeat no dampener for fearless Bangladesh

    Mahmudullah's second century on the trot and the intensity of their bowling and fielding performance against New Zealand will give Bangladesh plenty of confidence to carry into the quarter-finals

  • Four years on, fire in their belly

    This Bangladesh isn't the side that collapses in a heap at the first signs of pressure. This Bangladesh is the side that can challenge till the end, if not yet beat, the very best

  • Superman, then Clark Kent

    Plays of the Day from the Group A match between New Zealand and Bangladesh in Hamilton

  • New Zealand read off very different script

    A changed XI was not the only difference for New Zealand as they closed out the group stage under rather difficult circumstances

Struggling against B'desh


Brendon McCullum's batting averages in ODIs v Bangladesh. In 18 innings he has only two fifties

Williamson's rare failure


The number of innings since Williamson was last dismissed for a single-digit score in ODIs, v Wi in December 2013

Hamilton chases


Record for teams chasing targets of 275 or more in ODIs in Hamilton. New Zealand have a 2-1 record here in such chases

Consecutive centuries


Number of Bangladesh batsmen who've scored hundreds in successive ODIs - Shahriar Nafees (v Zim, 2006), and Mahmudullah

Mahmudullah's hot streak


Successive 50-plus scores for Mahmudullah. Before this game, he scored 62 v Scotland and 103 v England

A sudden spurt


Runs scored by Bangladesh in seven overs between the 8th and the 14th. In the first seven overs they scored 8

Where are the runs?


Bangladesh's score after 5 overs, the 2nd-lowest in an ODI v New Zealand since 2002. Lowest - 3/0 by WI in Auckland in 2006

Good in New Zealand


Tamim Iqbal's batting average in ODIs in New Zealand, with three fifties in eight innings

Lethal at the start


Wickets for NZ's bowlers in the first 10 overs in the World Cup, at an average of 21.20. Southee has 5, and Boult 4

Time for openers to step up


Bangladesh's average opening stand in this tournament - partnerships of 47, 0, 5, 3