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Player of the Match
Player of the Match
  • Defeat sums up our World T20 - Hathurusingha

    Bangladesh coach Chandika Hathurasingha has said his team's 75-run defeat to New Zealand summed up their World T20 campaign - flashes of brilliant play that never evolved into wholesome performances

  • New Zealand lineup still speaks softly but carries a big stick

    They may not possess the star power of other teams, but that hasn't stopped New Zealand from producing a commanding performance to top Group 2 on the way to the semi-finals of the World T20

  • Sodhi relishes strong partnership with Santner

    Legspinner Ish Sodhi has credited his partnership with left-arm spinner Mitchell Santner in domestic cricket, with Northern Districts, for their success in the World T20

  • Mashrafe calls for focus over emotion

    Mashrafe Mortaza has urged his players to isolate themselves from the emotional outpouring back home following their heart wrenching loss to India, and instead focus on the positives that a win against New Zealand would bring

Lowest ever

70

Ban's total today - their lowest total in T20Is. Their previous lowest total was also against NZ - 78 in Hamilton in 2010. This is the lowest by any team vs NZ as well.

Collapsed

0

Previous instances of Bangladesh losing 7 wickets for 50 or fewer runs on the board. They lost their 7th wicket at score of 48 in this match.

Third 5-for vs NZ

3

No. of five-wicket hauls against New NZ in T20Is - most against any team. Herath (5 for 3) and Gul (5 for 6) took five-fors before Mustafizur's 5 for 22 this match.

Striking Mustafizur

4

No. of T20Is out of last five, where Mustafizur Rahman has taken at least two wickets, including today.

Without Guptill-Williamson

22.30

Ave opening p'ship for NZ in last ten T20Is where Guptill & Williamson were not opening together, including today. Guptill-Williamson average 75.11 in their last ten.

NZ's batting prowess v Ban

59.25

Average runs per wicket for NZ in the previous 3 T20Is against Ban, which is the best for a team against another team playing more than one T20I.