Monday, 11 October 2010
Bangladesh made a History againest New zealand(2nd ODI)
Bangladesh won two successive ODIs against a major opposition for the first time in history as they thrashed New Zealand by seven wickets on 11 Oct'2010. Bangladesh took an unassailable 2-0 lead in the series, and won two consecutive ODIs against top-flight opposition for the first time in their 232-match history, by cruising to a 7-wicket victory in the third one-dayer at the Sher-e-Bangla Stadium in Mirpur. The trio of Bangladesh's left-arm spinners were into the game early after Shafiul Islam had removed the dangerous Brendon McCullum in the first over, and they tore out the heart of the New Zealand batting line-up, reducing them to 101 for 7 in the 33rd over. A belligerent 72-run association between Ross Taylor and Kyle Mills revived the innings, but a total of 173 was always going to be tough to defend, especially with the New Zealand seam bowlers yet to find their radar on this rain-ridden tour.
Suhrawardy Shuvo was the pick of the bowlers with his incisive, economic spell of 3 for 14 in 10 overs and Judged Man of the match. He was backed up by Shakib with two for 45 and Mahmudullah, 2 for six.
Posted by Global Environment at 21:32