New Zealand vs Bangladesh 3rd T20I, Mount Maunganui
New Zealand 194/4 in 20 overs (Corey Anderson 94*, Kane Williamson 60; Rubel Hossain 3-31) beat Bangladesh 167/6 in 20 overs (Soumya Sarkar 42, Shakib al Hasan 41; Ish Sodhi 2-22) by 27 runs
Bangladesh approached however couldn’t dodge a 0-3 whitewash against New Zealand as they lost the third and last Twenty20 International by 27 keeps running at the Bay Oval in Mount Maunganui on Sunday (January 8). Soumya Sarkar (48) and Tamim Iqbal (24) gave the 195-run pursue an energetic begin before the guests came up short on steam and could just oversee 167 for 6 as Ish Sodhi pulled things back with figures 2 for 22.
Having gone 18 recreations crosswise over configurations without a win in New Zealand in front of this amusement, Bangladesh looked urgent to turn things around in the last T20I. Set a lofty mountain to climb, they weren’t hesitant to risk their arms and put the New Zealand bowlers under weight. Sarkar began excoriating the bowlers in the first over before Tamim united to gather two limits off Ben Wheeler in the third over.
They pummeled 139 keeps running in the last ten overs with the savagery beginning in the eleventh once again. The pair was proactive and grabbed 48 keeps running in the following four overs. Be that as it may, it was the fifteenth over that turned the tide with Mashrafe Mortaza yielding 22. Anderson hit two sixes and a four to give the innings the genuinely necessary driving force going into the last 50% of the innings.
Morataza, having come up short on choices, swung to Sarkar in the seventeenth over yet the moved worked in New Zealand’s support. Anderson tonked three back to back sixes to pick 21 off that over and help New Zealand achieve the 150-run check with three overs to go.
Williamson fell in the nineteenth over, when he was knocked down some pins by a full hurl from Rubel, yet the harm had as of now been finished by then.