pitched up and outside off, Mustafizur swings for the hills and holes out to Bracewell, the sub fielder, at deep midwicket. de Grandhomme runs his fingers across this and closes the game out for NZ
7.40pm That's all we have for you from this game. Hemant's report (which will be updated shortly) will tell you the full story of the day. Thanks for reading. Until next time, this is Deivarayan Muthu signing off for Hemant Brar and P Ranjith.
Latham: A really good performance - the way we were able to build partnerships even though we lost quite a few wickets upfront. We probably got around the par score and to take wickets upfront, it was always going to be difficult at the back end. Death phase can be tricky but Tom and Henry absorbed the pressure and to get us to the par score was ideal. I thought the spinners were fantastic in all three games. The conditions are different to what we have back home, but looking at the Aussie series, there was no surprises for us. I still feel we have a bit left in the tank for a complete performance.
Ajaz Patel, Player of the Match: I think as a spinner you thrive on conditions like this. It was nice to get a few up at the top and our spinners collectively did a good job. I think both Cole and Rachin bowled brilliantly and we identified what ball was the hardest to play on this surface. We know these conditions may not be necessarily easy, but overall it was a good bowling effort. Yeah, Dan gave me clarity about what more these conditions can offer you.
7.30pm Mahmudullah: The bowlers did a great job to restrict them to 130. We started well, but we lost wickets in a cluster, and couldn't capitalise on it. I think the middle order has been batting well, the top order has been doing a good job, what was missing were the partnerships and hopefully we can come back hard. Still two games to go and hopefully we like to win the next game and the series.
7.20pm What a victory for New Zealand. Their second-string side has toppled Bangladesh's full-strength side in Dhaka. Credit to Ajaz and McConchie who have shared seven wickets between them to roll over Bangladesh for 76, with two balls unused in their chase. Mushfiqur never really got going, managing only 20 off 37 balls, as Bangladesh kept losing wickets around him. Do stick with us for the post-match presentation.
Mash: "Reality check for those who thought BD batters will perform better in a better pitch. As a hardcore BD fan, I am humiliated to the max by our batting. WC qualification stage won't be cake walk. "
Abdul Halim: "Drop Nasum and Afif next match and bring Biplob and Shamim. Mustafiz need rest, Shoriful will be better replacement. Really frustrating to see batting like this."
back of a length and outside off, Mustafizur slogs and sends an outside edge fine of short third man
full and wobbles away outside off to defeat the outside edge
short and on the hips, swiped to deep square leg
de Grandhomme to bowl his first over on tour
tucked around the corner for a single
cutter into the pitch, Duffy also finds extra bounce to beat the batter
Mustafiz backs away outside off, drills this from outside off to sweeper cover
Mustafizur backs away and misses this 114.1ks cutter
lifter, climbs through to the keeper as Mustafizur slogs wildly and does not make contact
hoicked to mid-on off the inner half
slower-ball yorker, something that served him well at the CPL, jammed to mid-on
pretty full on middle, backs away and swings it to the off-side sweeper
heavy length, skidding off the deck to smash the back thigh
back of a length and skidding in from round the wicket to ping the thigh pad as Mustafizur plays back and misses
back of a length and clattering into middle stump as Nasum misses his leg-side heave. The middle stump is knocked out. NZ are one away from a stunning victory in Dhaka
dug in short and outside off, 142.4ks, sliced to Ajaz at deep third man
Sourabh: "@Nahidul A lot of this NZ team will not be part of the T20 world cup however Bangladesh will have a few players from here in the world cup. Makes even less sense the BCB would go for these wickets."
Rahim rides the bounce of this short ball outside off and delays his cut to deep third man
off-stump yorker, which is stabbed back to Duffy
slower cutter on the hips, diverted through square leg
Sean: "Poor from Bangladesh overall. Be it planning, preparation or application, I think it is disastrous. It will be visible very soon in the T20i WC"
middle-stump yorker, dug out to cover