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New Zealand vs Bangladesh 2nd T20I 2021 Highlights

Cricket Highlights - New Zealand vs Bangladesh 2nd T20I 2021


Watch the highlights of New Zealand vs Bangladesh 2nd T20I 2021 - Bangladesh tour of New Zealand 3-match Twenty20 international series of the 2nd T20I match played between Bangladesh and New Zealand at McLean Park, Napier in 30th March 2021.

New Zealand vs Bangladesh 2nd T20I 2021 Highlights
Daryl Mitchell and Glenn Phillips © AFP

Glenn Phillips' unbeaten rapid half-century and Daryl Mitchell's quick-fire unbeaten 34 before Bowlers attack helped to New Zealand cruising to via DLS method 28-run victory over Bangladesh, despite a Soumya Sarkar's 26-ball fifty and took an unbeatable 2-0 lead to seal the series in a rain-truncated game of the second T20I.

* Glenn Phillips hammered a 27-ball his second fastest fifty for New Zealand in T20 international and the fourth fastest fifty by an New Zealand batsman against Bangladesh in T20Is.

* Soumya Sarkar hammered a 25-ball fourth fastest fifty for Bangladesh in. T20 international and the fastest fifty by an Bangladesh batsman against New Zealand in T20Is.

New Zealand scored 173-5 in 17.5 overs with top scorer by Glenn Phillips 58 not out, Daryl Mitchell hammered a unbeaten 34 off 16-balls including 6-fours with strike rate of 212.50, Martin Guptill 21, Finn Allen 17 and Devon Conway 15.

Bangladesh best bowler by Mahedi Hasan took 2-wickets, Shoriful Islam, Mohammed Saifuddin and Taskin Ahmed each took one-wickets.

Bangladesh scored 142-7 in 16-overs - due to rain revised target of 171 in 16 overs - with top scorer by Soumya Sarkar hammered a 51 off 27-balls including 5-fours & 3-sixes with strike rate of 188.89.

Mohammad Naim struck 38 off 35-balls including 4-fours and Mahmudullah hit 21 off 12-balls included 4-fours with strike rate of 174.

New Zealand best bowler by Tim Southee, Hamish Bennett, Adam Milne each took 2-wickets and one for Glenn Phillips.

Glenn Phillips named Player of the match for his rapid unbeaten 58-runs knocked off facing 31-balls including 5-fours and 2-sixes with strike rate of 187.10.

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