Player of the Match
Player of the Match

Best performances - Batsmen

BB McCullum
BB McCullum
80(28) 9x4 - 6x6
Control %79%
  • Productive Shot
  • off side drive on front foot
  • 20 runs
  • 5x4 - 0x6
12 4 9 4 16 12 11 12
Mohammad Ashraful
25(31) 3x4 - 0x6
Control %81%
  • Productive Shot
  • off side drive on front foot
  • 9 runs
  • 2x4 - 0x6
4 2 0 8 5 0 0 6

Best performances - Bowlers

DL Vettori
DL Vettori
O6
M2
R7
W5
Eco1.16
RHB
OFFLEG
  • FTFULL TOSS
  • YYORKER
  • FFULL LENGTH
  • GGOOD LENGTH
  • SGSHORT OF GOOD LENGTH
  • SSHORT LENGTH
LHB
LEGOFF
MJ Mason
O8
M2
R21
W2
Eco2.62
RHB
OFFLEG
  • FTFULL TOSS
  • YYORKER
  • FFULL LENGTH
  • GGOOD LENGTH
  • SGSHORT OF GOOD LENGTH
  • SSHORT LENGTH
LHB
LEGOFF

Partnerships

Bangladesh - Innings

3
Junaid Siddique1 (11)
Tamim Iqbal2 (7)
38
Mohammad Ashraful24 (26)
Tamim Iqbal11 (49)
3
Mohammad Ashraful1 (5)
Aftab Ahmed2 (8)
2
Tushar Imran1 (6)
Aftab Ahmed0 (1)
27
Aftab Ahmed17 (26)
Shakib Al Hasan10 (31)
1
Shakib Al Hasan0 (1)
Farhad Reza1 (2)
4
Mushfiqur Rahim0 (1)
Farhad Reza4 (0)
7
Abdur Razzak0 (6)
Farhad Reza7 (10)
8
Mashrafe Mortaza2 (13)
Abdur Razzak6 (12)
0
Abdur Razzak0 (5)
Shahadat Hossain0 (0)

New Zealand - Innings

95*
JM How7 (8)
BB McCullum80 (28)

Manhattan

Run rate graph

Worm

Bangladesh tour of New Zealand 2007-08 News

  • 'My vision is long-term' - Siddons

    Jamie Siddons, the Bangladesh coach, has said the team's stunted progress in Tests is because of the previous team management's short-term goals

  • Fleming denies quit talk

    Stephen Fleming, the former New Zealand captain, has denied that he is on the verge of retiring after rumours began circulating during the second Test against Bangladesh in Wellington

  • Bangladesh sliding towards innings defeat

    The Wellington Test seemed destined for the same conclusion as the first in Dunedin, with Bangladesh in danger of slipping to yet another defeat inside three days

  • New Zealand coast to innings victory

    There was no brave rearguard partnership, no stubborn resistance which delayed the inevitable on the third day in Wellington as New Zealand crushed Bangladesh by an innings and 137 runs in less than seven sessions

  • New Zealand in complete command

    A familiar script played out on the opening day as Bangladesh crumbled to 143 all out and New Zealand took a firm grip of the second Test in Wellington