Player of the Match
Player of the Match

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Kyle Mills picks up US$1000 for the game's best six, Shahriar Nafees the same amount for the fastest fifty.

Daniel Vettori: 'Very disappointed with the batting, Ryder and Watling set us up but from then on we were under pressure. The spinners for Bangladesh bowled very well, we have to adjust quickly. We have to post a decent score in the next game to put some pressure on them.'

Shakib al Hasan: 'Boys played really well, we kept taking wickets, Suhrawadi bowled fantastically. The only area we didn't bowl well was in the Powerplay. Our opening batsmen batted solidly and they gave us a good start, that's what we need.'

The Man of the Match award goes to Suhrawadi Shuvo for his 3 for 14 in 10 overs. 'It's always a good feeling to play well and win, the wicket was helping a lot and I was just putting the ball in the right place.'

So exactly 10 overs to spare for Bangladesh with 7 wickets in hand, a fully deserved win which means that this will be the first ODI series against a full-strength Full Member opposition that Bangladesh cannot lose. The bowlers set this victory up, especially the miserly Suhrawadi who also plucked three wickets. Nafees and Kayes then both batted with ease in reaching fifties. On the other hand the New Zealanders are really behind the eight-ball now, needing to win the last two games just to avoid a series defeat. Expect changes to the middle order for the next game, particularly in light of Stewart's head knock. You would have been forgiven today if you had thought the New Zealanders were actually Bangladesh given the way they played today. There was a distinct lack of the fight normally associated with the Kiwi side except when Taylor and Mills maximised the Batting Powerplay. Stick around for the presentations, taking place shortly.

40.1
5nb
Mills to Shakib Al Hasan, (no ball) FOUR runs, a no-ball but no free hit because Shakib smoked the half-volley through the covers, great way to finish and fitting that their captain wins them the game

END OF OVER:
40 | 2 Runs | BDESH: 172/3 (2 runs required from 60 balls, RR: 4.30, RRR: 0.20)

  • Raqibul Hasan18 (53b)
  • Shakib Al Hasan9 (6b)
  • Andy McKay6-0-28-1
  • Kyle Mills6-0-33-0
39.6
0
McKay to Raqibul Hasan, no run, but not in this over, as Raqibul leaves alone outside off
39.5
2
McKay to Raqibul Hasan, 2 runs, slower ball outside off, mistimes the on-the-up drive through the covers for a couple. 2 to get
39.4
0
McKay to Raqibul Hasan, no run, played down towards point
39.3
0
McKay to Raqibul Hasan, no run, worked off the pads to midwicket. McKay is round the wicket to the right-hander btw
39.2
0
McKay to Raqibul Hasan, no run, rears up slightly outside off, easily beats the attempted cut
39.1
0
McKay to Raqibul Hasan, no run, defends into the off side

END OF OVER:
39 | 3 Runs | BDESH: 170/3 (4 runs required from 66 balls, RR: 4.35, RRR: 0.36)

  • Raqibul Hasan16 (47b)
  • Shakib Al Hasan9 (6b)
  • Kyle Mills6-0-33-0
  • Andy McKay5-0-26-1

150 for SRT in Bangalore. Most 150+ Test match scores ever. Unbelievable.

38.6
1
Mills to Raqibul Hasan, 1 run, driven wide of cover
38.5
0
Mills to Raqibul Hasan, no run, on middle stump, Raqibul props forward and defends
38.4
0
Mills to Raqibul Hasan, no run, played back to Mills on the bounce, who deflects it to mid-off
38.3
0
Mills to Raqibul Hasan, no run, short on middle, Raqibul plays it down safely
38.2
1
Mills to Shakib Al Hasan, 1 run, short ball, Shakib goes back and taps to mid-off, runs a quick single
38.1
1
Mills to Raqibul Hasan, 1 run, Mills strays onto the pads and is worked out to deep backward square

END OF OVER:
38 | 9 Runs 1 Wkt | BDESH: 167/3 (7 runs required from 72 balls, RR: 4.39, RRR: 0.58)

  • Shakib Al Hasan8 (5b)
  • Raqibul Hasan14 (42b)
  • Andy McKay5-0-26-1
  • Kyle Mills5-0-30-0
37.6
0
McKay to Shakib Al Hasan, no run, outside off, very close to a wide, marginal call, left alone to end an average over which somehow earned a wicket
37.5
0
McKay to Shakib Al Hasan, no run, pushed to point
37.4
4
McKay to Shakib Al Hasan, FOUR runs, open the dam and the flood begins. short ball outside off which comes in slightly, gets on top of it and cuts through backward point
37.3
4
McKay to Shakib Al Hasan, FOUR runs, finally a semblance of intent to finish the Kiwis off, wide outside off and driven away nicely to the covers
37.2
0
McKay to Shakib Al Hasan, no run, full ball outside off carved along the ground to point

Shakib enters

37.1
W
McKay to Junaid Siddique, OUT, short ball outside off, sits up but Siddique manages to slap it to a diving Nathan McCullum. Poor stroke and a poor delivery

Junaid Siddique c NL McCullum b McKay 14 (48m 27b 0x4 0x6) SR: 51.85

37.1
1w
McKay to Junaid Siddique, 1 wide, horrible wide outside off, started outside the wide line and went further, off the pitch almost. Memories of Harmison and Brisbane come flooding back

Drinks break taken, rather perfunctory really considering only 16 runs required but the New Zealanders will be glad for some respite from both the sizzling sun and the dominant Bangladeshi batting

END OF OVER:
37 | 3 Runs | BDESH: 158/2 (16 runs required from 78 balls, RR: 4.27, RRR: 1.23)

  • Junaid Siddique14 (26b)
  • Raqibul Hasan14 (42b)
  • Kyle Mills5-0-30-0
  • Daniel Vettori10-0-36-0
36.6
1
Mills to Junaid Siddique, 1 run, on leg stump, wristy flip over midwicket and wide of square leg
36.5
0
Mills to Junaid Siddique, no run, nice drive but cannot beat mid-off
36.4
1
Mills to Raqibul Hasan, 1 run, short outside off, controlled dab to third man
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Bangladesh 2nd innings Partnerships

WktRunsPlayers
127Shahriar NafeesImrul Kayes
7Junaid SiddiqueImrul Kayes
25Junaid SiddiqueRaqibul Hasan
18Shakib Al HasanRaqibul Hasan