New Zealand beat Bangladesh, set up final date with Pakistan

New Zealand beat Bangladesh

New Zealand confirmed a final date with Pakistan in the T20 Tri-series with a simple 48 runs victory over Bangladesh in Hagley Oval in Christchurch

Match in a nutshell

New Zealand did a 208/5 on the board at a good pitch, with Devon Conway (64 out of 40) and Glenn Phillips (60 out of 24) stealing the show with their big hits. The total turned out to be far beyond Bangladesh, despite the 70 by Shakib Al Hasan from 44. Adam Milne finished with three wickets.

Conway, Phillips Shine Then New Zealand founded the T20 Tri-series final against Pakistan

Glenn Phillips and Devon Conway reached half a century when New Zealand Bangladesh reported for 48 runs in Christchurch on Wednesday to reserve their place in the final of the Twenty20 Tri-series.

The hosts are now facing Pakistan on Friday, also in Christchurch, in the final of a series that is a coordination of the T20 World Cup this month in Australia.

Just from sending Pakistan for nine wickets on Tuesday, New -Zeeland made a strong Batting exhibition to establish Bangladesh an impressive goal of 209 runs.

Despite the fight for 70 Captain Shakib Al Hasan, Bangladesh fell short when she closed in 160-7.

The New -Zealand’s Conway starter hit 64 runs from 40 balls and the association of 45 with Finn Allen, who left for 32 after an excellent conquest of Yasir Ali, marked the guideline.

De Phillips, born in South Africa, hit 60 runs from 24 balls, including five six, to stimulate New Zealand to 208-5 in its 20 overs.

“The way Devon hit again was phenomenal, but it turned out to be my day with the bat,” said Phillips after he was called the game.

Adam Milne, back of an abdominal voltage, touched the room on the persecution of Bangladesh when he launched Najmul Hossain Shanto for 11.

The opening partner Liton Das soon continued, imprisoned by Martin Guptill in the bowling alley of Michael Bracewell to leave Bangladesh to 47-2.

Captain Shakib offered the greatest resistance, but once he was gone, Tim Southee surpassed Wicktkeeper Conway, and the game moved away from Bangladesh.

“If you score some runs, you feel better, but I thought we played pretty well,” said Shakib.

“Zeeland brought an excellent total and we were always late in the game, but I thought we should have obtained around 15 or 20 more runs,

“We continue to lose wickets that cost us the game.”

A third consecutive defeat means that Bangladesh cannot reach the final of the TRI series and its match against Pakistan on Thursday is a dead rubber.

New Zealand innings was entertaining from start to finish. Finn Allen placed the hosts who in the beginning went with 3 four and 2 six. The big blow of Conway on the other (5 four, 3 six) kept the pressure in the entrances with the age of fifty when the rhythm and the turn of Bangladesh went to the races. Martin Guptill, who played this game, scored a more stable 34 of 27 but was the fireworks of Phillips towards the end that led to the new -Zeeland past the 200 -varieties brand.

The final of Phillips

Phillips took his time to settle on the 14th and took the time to settle. He had 8 balls before he freed himself with a few sixes against Shakib. In total, Phillips 2 four and 5 six on the way to half a century of 19 benches, and a majority of the breeds took place in the penultimate survey by Saifuddin who was for 17 runs. As a result, 42 runs arrived in the last three overs.

Bangladesh’s Run Chase …

… I never really looked at the course. Shakib had little support from the other batters and was the same old story as Bangladesh who lost Wickets after half of the brand. Liton Das and Soumya Sarkar each scored 23, but there was nothing really of the average order except Shakib. Adam Milne chose 3 for 24, while Michael Bracewell and Tim Southee each chose two.

What’s next?

New Zealand will meet Pakistan in the final on October 14 and live streaming on JeetBuzz . Bangladesh will play a dead rubber against Pakistan tomorrow, but he will have a lot in him because it is his last international bilateral competition before the T20 World Cup.