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Kane Williamson 73* - New Zealand vs Bangladesh 1st T20I 2017 Highlights

Cricket Highlights - Kane Williamson 73* - New Zealand vs Bangladesh 1st T20I 2017


Watch the highlights of Kane Williamson 73* - New Zealand vs Bangladesh 1st T20I 2017 - Bangladesh tour of New Zealand 3-match Twenty20 international series of the 1st T20I match played between Bangladesh and New Zealand at Napier in 03rd January 2017.

Kane Williamson 73* - New Zealand vs Bangladesh 1st T20I 2017 Highlights
An unbeaten 81-run record fifth-wicket partnership between Kane Williamson and Colin de Grandhomme © ESPNcricinfo / AFP 

Lockie Ferguson took two wickets off his first two balls before Kane Williamson's fifty and Colin de Grandhomme's assault helped to New Zealand comfortable six-wicket victory over Bangladesh and take a 1-0 lead in the first T20I.

* 81* : Kane Williamson and Colin de Grandhomme set up the record fifth-wicket partnership for New Zealand in T20 internationals, previously held by the 68-run stand between Brendon McCullum and Gareth Hopkins against Australia at Christchurch in 2010 and the tenth highest fifth-wicket stand in T20Is.

Bangladesh scored 141-8 in 20 overs with top scorer by Mahmudullah struck 52 off 47-balls including 3-sixes & 3-fours, Mosaddek Hossain 20 and Sabbir Rahman 16.

New Zealand best bowler by debutant Lockie Ferguson - who picked up 3-wickets on his debut T20I match.

Debutant Ben Wheeler - who took two-wickets on his debut T20I match, Mitchell Santner, Colin de Grandhomme and Matt Henry each took one-wickets.

New Zealand chased 143-4 in 18 overs with top scorer by Kane Williamson 73 not out, Colin de Grandhomme blasted a unbeaten 41 off 22-balls including 3-sixes and 3-fours with strike rate of 186.36.

Bangladesh best bowler by Mustafizur Rahman and Shakib Al Hasan both took one-wickets.

Kane Williamson named player of the match for his match-winning career-best unbeaten quick-fire 73-runs knocked off facing 55-balls including 5-fours and 2-sixes with strike rate of 132.72.

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