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286dThe Report by Mohammad Isam

Bangladesh chase 308, sweep series 3-0

Bangladesh banked on a string of partnerships and two fine knocks by Shamsur Rahman and Naeem Islam, as they swept the ODI series 3-0 after chasing 308 in the final over in Fatullah

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Match Details

Toss

Bangladesh , elected to field first

Player Of The Match

Player Of The Series

Series result

Bangladesh won the 3-match series 3-0

Match number

Season

Hours of play (local time)

09.15 start, First Session 09.15-12.45, Interval 12.45-13.30, Second Session 13.30-17.00

Match days

3 November 2013 (50-over match)

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Reserve Umpire

Match Referee

Scorer: Avi Singh | Commentator: Avi Singh

New Zealand claimed they were complacent and underprepared in 2010. This time they undertook a training camp in Sri Lanka beforehand. It's made no difference to the results as the home side sweep the visitors again, today on the back of a well-constructed run chase courtesy of Shamsur's 96 and supporting efforts from (in particular) Naeem and Nasir which meant that Ross Taylor's century and Colin Munro's aggressive 85 were in vain

Man of the Match is Shamsur Rahman and Man of the Series is Mushfiqur Rahim. Unfortunately we can't bring you the presentation so that concludes our coverage for today. Do join me on Wednesday at 1.00pm local time to see if the only Twenty20 International will bring more joy for the home side or if the visitors can finally break this losing streak in Bangladesh. Until then, this is Avi Singh thanking you for following us tonight and wishing you well wherever you are. Cheers!

49.2
4
McClenaghan to Sohag Gazi, FOUR runs, banged in short again and this time he uppercuts it over the infield to secure another whitewash for Bangladesh as New Zealand's winless streak in internationals against Bangladesh in Bangladesh extends to more than 5 years
49.1
0
McClenaghan to Sohag Gazi, no run, banged in on middle and beats the attempted pull

END OF OVER:
49 | 9 Runs | BDESH: 305/6 (3 runs required from 6 balls, RR: 6.22, RRR: 3.00)

  • Sohag Gazi7 (8b)
  • Nasir Hossain44 (38b)
  • Corey Anderson10-0-56-1
  • Mitchell McClenaghan9-0-65-2
48.6
1
Anderson to Sohag Gazi, 1 run, heaved off the inner edge to square leg. 3 to win off the final over

Nithin Valentine: "Can Anderson pull off a Rubel esque hatrick? :-)" Wouldn't seem that way

48.5
4
Anderson to Sohag Gazi, FOUR runs, half-volley outside off is drilled with excellent timing as he bisects cover and mid-off and finds the boundary
48.4
0
Anderson to Sohag Gazi, no run, beaten as he fires it into leg on a good length, Gazi backs away and swings and misses
48.3
1
Anderson to Nasir Hossain, 1 run, across the line heave results in a thick edge down to third man
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Bangladesh 2nd innings Partnerships

WktRunsPlayers
1st61Ziaur RahmanShamsur Rahman
2nd65Shamsur RahmanMominul Haque
3rd3Shamsur RahmanMushfiqur Rahim
4th75Naeem IslamShamsur Rahman
5th50Naeem IslamNasir Hossain
6th35MahmudullahNasir Hossain
7th20Nasir HossainSohag Gazi