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Bangladesh vs New Zealand Live Score, ICC Cricket World Cup 2019 Match in London: As it Happened

Cricketnext Staff | Updated: June 6, 2019, 2:09 AM IST

Bangladesh vs New Zealand (ODI)

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BAN vs NZ Cricket Scorecard (ODI)

Match 9 ODI, The Oval, London, 05 June, 2019

Bangladesh

244/10

(49.2) RR 4.94

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New Zealand beat Bangladesh by 2 wickets
New Zealand

248/8

(47.1) RR 5.25

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  • 01:42 (IST)

    Santner takes a stride forward and pushes one through the covers to get the job done for New Zealand. This is a hard-fought win and Bangladesh deserve all the credit for keeping themselves in the game for such long time. NZ have now won both of their games.

  • 01:36 (IST)

    Is there a twist in the tale? Nice and full from Saifuddin and Henry failed to get bat down on time. New Zealand need seven runs, while Bangladesh want two wickets.

  • 01:22 (IST)

    Oh Neesham, what have you done! There was no need to be a hero. Mortaza stuck with Mosaddek and Neesham mistimed one straight into the hands of the long off fielder. What a turnaround this has been. New Zealand Still Need 25 runs.

  • 01:16 (IST)

    Got him! A slower bouncer from Saifuddin and CdG tried to upper cut it. There was no pace in the ball and he ended up hitting it back to the wicketkeeper who timed his jump to perfection and completed the catch. New Zealand still need 27 runs.

  • 00:55 (IST)

    This game is far from over! Mosaddek has got the big fish and New Zealand have now lost five. It was a nothing delivery down the leg side and Taylor wanted to work it fine but ended up getting a thin edge. A quality knock comes to an end but New Zealand still need 52 runs to win.

  • 00:27 (IST)

    Another one for Mehidy! It was not a great delivery but there was no need for any big shot and that is exactly what Latham has done. It was slightly short and Latham lifted it towards deep mid-wicket where Saifuddin took a good running catch.

  • 00:22 (IST)

    Finally! This is not something one would expect from Williamson. The partnership was going along nicely and Williamson against the run of play mistimed one to the deep mid-wicket. Mehidy looks delighted but it was a nothing shot from the New Zealand skipper who didn't get close to the pitch of the ball.

  • 00:16 (IST)

    Shot! Taylor drives one through the covers and brings up the 100-run partnership between him and Williamson.

  • 23:54 (IST)

    FIFTY FOR TAYLOR: And suddenly the course of the match has changed with Taylor fifty. He has lifted his side once again in the time of need. He cuts Mustafizur to bring up his fifty. Excellent batting by him. New Zealand are now 136/2. 

02:09 (IST)

That's it from us tonight, but do join us back tomorrow for Australia vs West Indies. Goodnight!

02:01 (IST)

Williamson: Very nice to get across the line, I thought the first innings was outstanding. The fielding was brilliant throughout by both teams. We thought 250 could be a competitive score and we just needed to keep wickets in the hand. It wasn't a clinical effort with the bat, but it was nice to get over the line. There were a few soft dismissals that we need to address. It was a great experience to have and these things happen and they go down the wire. It was nice to hold on as momentum shifts tend to happen in tournament cricket. I thought all the guys adapted very well. We were expecting a lot more pace but it was on the slower side. Both teams had a similar kind of approach today. It was one of those surfaces that produces great cricket. The guys on the sidelines who have a couple of niggles are improving, while the guys on the park are doing their job as well.

02:00 (IST)

Mortaza:  It was a good wicket. We were 20-30 short with the bat and the outfield was slow. It was the same wicket that we played the last game. We lost too many wickets in the middle overs and couldn't get any big partnership. We needed a set batsman in the middle overs, but in the end it got tight and if you want to win matches you need to get wickets. We did it very professionally in the end. We tried hard, but that can happen and the next one is a big match and hopefully we can step up in that. We have to take one game at a time, couldn't manage today but we will try to be at our best in the next game.

01:51 (IST)

Taylor: I was very nervous at the end. But gotta give the credit to Bangladesh and their supporters who came out in numbers. They put a lot of pressure on us and this could have gone either way. We thought 270-280 was a good score on this wicket but the bowlers kept it tight. It was nice to get over the line at the end of the day. We need to work on our running between the wickets, there were a couple of close calls there. I do enjoy batting with Kane and hopefully we run well between the wickets against Afghanistan.

01:46 (IST)

Ross Taylor has been named Man of the Match for his 91-ball 82.

01:45 (IST)

Chasing 245, New Zealand were 160 for 2 at one stage before spinners took wickets to wreak havoc in the New Zealand camp. Santner however kept his nerves and got the job done for his team. They now have won two in two but New Zealand will be concerned with the way things folded in the last 10 overs.

01:42 (IST)

Santner takes a stride forward and pushes one through the covers to get the job done for New Zealand. This is a hard-fought win and Bangladesh deserve all the credit for keeping themselves in the game for such long time. NZ have now won both of their games.

01:40 (IST)

Two wides and then an edge for four. Ferguson has done it for New Zealand who now need just one run. 

01:36 (IST)

Is there a twist in the tale? Nice and full from Saifuddin and Henry failed to get bat down on time. New Zealand need seven runs, while Bangladesh want two wickets.

01:32 (IST)

Santner has managed to keep his calm and is handling the pressure very well. The left-hander isn't going for any outrageous shot and is focusing on strike rotation. However, it's Henry who gets a half volley and hammers it through the covers for four. They now just need 10 runs.

01:27 (IST)

Edged and four! Santner went for the drive but got a thick edge that rolled towards third man for four. New Zealand will take it though as they now only need 18 runs.

01:22 (IST)

Oh Neesham, what have you done! There was no need to be a hero. Mortaza stuck with Mosaddek and Neesham mistimed one straight into the hands of the long off fielder. What a turnaround this has been. New Zealand Still Need 25 runs.

01:16 (IST)

Got him! A slower bouncer from Saifuddin and CdG tried to upper cut it. There was no pace in the ball and he ended up hitting it back to the wicketkeeper who timed his jump to perfection and completed the catch. New Zealand still need 27 runs.

01:12 (IST)

Mustafizur comes back into the attack and Neesham welcomes him with a boundary towards the cover region. 42 overs done, New Zealand are 212 for 5, needing further 33 runs. The two all-rounders seem to be doing the job for New Zealand.

01:07 (IST)

Decent final over from Shakib as he concedes five runs. Neesham and CdG will have to make sure NZ doesn't lose anymore wicket as they are still 40 short of the target.

01:01 (IST)

Mortaza comes into the attack and starts with a no ball. This is not something you would expect from an experienced bowler. CdG makes the most of it and smokes it towards extra cover for four. He then hits a couple of deliveries straight to the fielders but New Zealand still manage seven off it. 

00:55 (IST)

This game is far from over! Mosaddek has got the big fish and New Zealand have now lost five. It was a nothing delivery down the leg side and Taylor wanted to work it fine but ended up getting a thin edge. A quality knock comes to an end but New Zealand still need 52 runs to win.

00:52 (IST)

38 overs done and New Zealand are 191 for 4. Taylor is going strong at one end while Neesham has started playing his natural game. They now need 54 runs.

00:43 (IST)

Shot! Mehidy drops one in Neesham's arc and the all-rounder smokes it towards long on for a maximum. That will release some pressure. New Zealand now need only 68 runs.

00:37 (IST)

A couple of solid overs from Mosaddek and Mehidy and New Zealand seem to be panicking here. Neesham went for a risky single and Sabbir Rahman got the direct hit but the batsman was just in. Bangladesh look all charged up at the moment. Taylor holds the key here.

00:29 (IST)

New Zealand still need 83 runs and Bangladesh will have to get rid of Taylor as soon as possible if they want to make a comeback in this game.

00:27 (IST)

Another one for Mehidy! It was not a great delivery but there was no need for any big shot and that is exactly what Latham has done. It was slightly short and Latham lifted it towards deep mid-wicket where Saifuddin took a good running catch.

00:22 (IST)

Finally! This is not something one would expect from Williamson. The partnership was going along nicely and Williamson against the run of play mistimed one to the deep mid-wicket. Mehidy looks delighted but it was a nothing shot from the New Zealand skipper who didn't get close to the pitch of the ball.

00:16 (IST)

Shot! Taylor drives one through the covers and brings up the 100-run partnership between him and Williamson. This is their 13th 100-run stand and the two senior batsmen have looked very comfortable today.

00:11 (IST)

How good has been Taylor for New Zealand in the last one year or two! The right-hander has once again brought his 'A' game and is currently batting on 63 off 57. New Zealand are 153 for 2 at the end of 29 overs.

00:07 (IST)

Both Williamson and Taylor are cruising along nicely and they have enough time to get over the line. New Zealand now need 95 runs.

00:03 (IST)

Pacer Shaifuddin comes back into the attack. Let's see whethere he can bag a wicket here for Bangladesh. But he does not get one. Another good over for the Kiwis comes to an end as New Zealand are 145/2. They need 100 to win now. 

00:00 (IST)
23:54 (IST)

FIFTY FOR TAYLOR: And suddenly the course of the match has changed with Taylor fifty. He has lifted his side once again in the time of need. He cuts Mustafizur to bring up his fifty. Excellent batting by him. New Zealand are now 136/2. 

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Bangladesh vs New Zealand Live Score, ICC Cricket World Cup 2019, BAN vs NZ Match at Southampton Latest Updates: Santner takes a stride forward and pushes one through the covers to get the job done for New Zealand. This is a hard-fought win and Bangladesh deserve all the credit for keeping themselves in the game for such long time. NZ have now won both of their games.

Taylor, however, is still bent on taking on Shakib. Steps down the track and slams him wide of long on. Tries to go again last ball of the over, gets a thick inside edge and the ball misses the stumps, by a whisker. Phew! New Zealand 67/2 after 12 overs.

Bangladesh vs New Zealand in the ICC World Cup 2019 on June 5 (Wednesday) will be broadcast on the Star Sports network and Live streaming will be available on Hotstar. The match will be played at Kennington Oval, London and will begin at 1800 HRS IST. (BAN vs NZ live)

New Zealand will be looking for second win on the trot and so will Bangladesh. New Zealand are second on the points table while Bangladesh are at number 5.

PREVIEW: After pulling off a memorable win over more fancied South Africa, a confident Bangladesh will take on disciplined New Zealand knowing they can upset their applecart in a World Cup fixture at the Kennington Oval here on Wednesday. Fast-improving side Bangladesh underlined their potential with a fine 21-run victory at The Oval over the Proteas who came into this World Cup as a low-key side always failing to match hype. Bangladesh made 330-6 -- their highest one-day total -- with Mushfiqur Rahim scoring 78 and Shakib Al Hasan hitting 75 in front of a passionate crowd strongly in their favour.

Chasing the daunting total, South Africa never really looked like winning as Bangladesh spinners remained economical while pacers were disciplined. Previously, Bangladesh had won a tri-series against West Indies and Ireland before the World Cup and have series wins over India and Pakistan since the last World Cup. Therefore, New Zealand will have their task cut out and will know this will be a far sterner test than Sri Lanka whom they beat easily. The Kiwis' superb bowling display saw them dismantle the Lankans for just 136 all out in 29.2 overs, with Matt Henry and Lockie Ferguson bagging three wickets each. Chasing the paltry target, the Black Caps were never in any sort of trouble as Martin Guptill (73 not out) and Colin Munro (58 not out) went about their job with little fuss.

Squads: Bangladesh: Mashrafe Mortaza (c), Tamim Iqbal, Liton Das, Soumya Sarkar, Mushfiqur Rahim (wk), Mahmudullah Riyad, Shakib Al Hasan (vc), Mohammad Mithun (wk), Sabbir Rahman, Mosaddek Hossain, Mohammad Saifuddin, Mehidy Hasan, Rubel Hossain, Mustafizur Rahman, Abu Jayed

New Zealand: Kane Williamson (c), Tom Blundell (wk), Trent Boult, Colin de Grandhomme, Lockie Ferguson, Martin Guptill, Matt Henry, Tom Latham (wk), Colin Munro, Jimmy Neesham, Henry Nicholls, Mitchell Santner, Ish Sodhi, Tim Southee (vc), Ross Taylor

Team Rankings

Rank Team Points Rating
1 India 5046 120
2 New Zealand 2829 109
3 England 4366 104
4 South Africa 3177 102
5 Australia 3672 102
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Rank Team Points Rating
1 England 6745 125
2 India 7071 122
3 New Zealand 4837 112
4 Australia 5543 111
5 South Africa 5193 110
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Rank Team Points Rating
1 Pakistan 8366 270
2 Australia 6986 269
3 England 5568 265
4 South Africa 4720 262
5 India 9349 260
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