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Bangladesh vs New Zealand

Super 8, Match 7, NZ vs BAN: New Zealand beat Bangladesh by 9 wickets

New Zealand Cricket team Bangladesh Cricket team New Zealand won the won the match against Bangladesh by 9 wickets. The Kiwis moved to an easy win against Bangladesh as both Stephen Fleming and Hamish Marshall hammered Bangladeshi bowlers all over the ground. Credit goes to Kiwi captain Stephen Fleming for his credible innings of 102 runs.
Kiwi captain made an emphatic 100 to jeopardise Bangladesh chances to win this match. His hundred that included 10 fours and 3 sixes came in 90 balls. New Zealand is very much on its track to victory. Only hard roughage from Bangladeshis can overpower the gutsy Kiwis. New Zealands opener Peter Fulton made an early exit as he was caught by Tamim Iqbal at the mid on. Syed Rasel got his first wicket as Fulton departed on the score of 15 runs from 30 balls. Reported Earlier: Bangladesh were dismissed for 174 with nine balls to spare in their Super-8 clash with New Zealand at Antigua's Vivian Richards Stadium on Monday. Scott Styris was the pick of the bowlers and ended with four wickets in his kitty. Bond took 2 and Oram ended with 3 wickets. Mohammad Rafique top scored for Bangladesh and stayed not out at 30.
Scott Styris took two wickets in two deliveries to reduce Bangladesh to 140/9 in the 43rd over. By dismissing Abdur Razzak for naught Stryis took his tally in the match to 4. Mortaza was dismissed in the same over for 2. Styris other two victim were Ashraful and Ahmed. He claimed Mohammad Ashraful in the 38th over and reducing Bangladesh to 127/7. Reported Earlier: New Zealand skipper Stephen Fleming won the toss and elected to ball first in their Super-8 clash with Bangladesh at Antigua's Vivian Richards Stadium on Monday. Seeking to clinch a World Cup semifinal berth, the Black Caps must be wary of tripping up against the Tigers.
Stephen Fleming contended that New Zealand would look to exploit the early morning swing in the wicket and put Bangladesh under pressure. The NZ skipper said that he did not expect the wicket to deteriorate much in the second innings. Bangladesh skipper said it was a bad toss to lose. New Zealand team: S Fleming (c), P Fulton, H Marshall, S Styris, C McMillan, J Oram, B McCullum (Wicket Keeper), D Vettori, J Franklin, S Bond, M Mason
Bangladesh team: T Iqbal, J Omar, A Ahmed, S Hasan, H Bashar (c), M Ashraful, M Rahim (Wicket Keeper), M Rafique, M Mortaza, A Razzak, S Rasel
World Cup Super 8, Match 7, Antigua & Barbuda: New Zealand 178-1 (29.2 overs) beat Bangladesh 174 (48.3 overs) by 9 wickets

Super 8, Match 7, NZ vs BAN: New Zealand not going to take Bangladesh lightly

New Zealand Cricket team Bangladesh Cricket team Seeking to clinch a World Cup semifinal berth, New Zealand is not going to take minnows Bangladesh lightly when the two sides face against each other in the Super Eight Series match at Sir Vivian Richards Stadium in Antigua on Monday.
New Zealand's runway seven-wicket victory over host West Indies has it well placed in the race for a semifinal spot. But skipper Stephen Fleming has warned that complacency against Bangladesh and Ireland, the two unfancied teams in the Super 8s, could prove expensive. After beating New Zealand in the warm up game ahead of the World Cup, Bangladesh then beat India in the preliminary group, a result that knocked the 2003 finalist out in the first round and secured Bangladesh its biggest World Cup moment. World champion Australia outplayed Bangladesh by 10 wickets in a rain-marred match Saturday, leaving the sub continental nation and Ireland as the only ones without any point in the Super 8s competition.
Having carried two points from the preliminary round win over England, Stephen Fleming's team now has four points and is looking to boost it to eights from fixtures against Bangladesh and Ireland. Eight points should be enough to take a team into the semifinals, but Fleming wants to be doubly sure by having a minimum of 10. New Zealand has never featured in the World Cup's title round. But it has qualified for the semifinal four times in the previous eight tournaments - the last one being 1999. New Zealand is seeking to place one foot inside the semifinals before it moves into tougher games against other semifinal contenders - Sri Lanka, South Africa and Australia. Coach John Bracewell wants the Black Caps to tread carefully. New Zealand team (from): Stephen Fleming (Captain), Peter Fulton, Hamish Marshall, Scott Styris, Jacob Oram, Craig Mcmillan, Brendon Mccullum, Daniel Vettori, James Franklin, Jeetan Patel, Shane Bond, Mark Gillespie, Michael Mason, Ross Taylor, Chris Martin.
Bangladesh team (from): Habibul Bashar (Captain), Shahriar Nafees, Tamim Iqbal, Aftab Ahmed, Saqibul Hasan, Mohammad Ashraful, Mushfiqur Rahim, Mohammad Rafique, Abdur Razzak, Mashrafee Mortaza, Tapash Baishya, Shahadat Hossain, Syed Russel, Rajin Saleh, Javed Omar.

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Bangladesh vs New Zealand Scorecard

New Zealand won the toss and decided to field
174 all out (48.3 overs)
178 for 1 (29.2 overs)

Bangladesh Innings
 
 
Runs
Balls
4s
6s
Javed Omar c B B McCullum b J D P Oram
22
51 3 0
Tamim Iqbal st B B McCullum b J D P Oram
29
54 4 0
Aftab Ahmed c sub b S B Styris
27
39 3 0
Saqibul Hasan
 
b S E Bond
25
41 1 0
Habibul Bashar run out
 
9
21 0 0
Mohammad Ashraful
 
b S B Styris
3
8 0 0
Mushfiqur Rahim
 
b S E Bond
0
5 0 0
Mashrafe Mortaza
 
b S B Styris
2
16 0 0
Mohammad Rafique not out
 
30
36 1 2
Abdur Razzak c sub b S B Styris
0
2 0 0
Syed Rasel
 
b J D P Oram
10
18 1 0
Extras
 
2w 5b 10lb 17
 
Total
 
all out 174 (48.3 ovs)

Bowler
O
M
R
W
M J Mason 1.3 1 4 0
S E Bond 10.0 4 15 2
C D McMillan 1.3 0 6 0
J E C Franklin 6.0 1 27 0
J D P Oram 9.3 0 30 3
D L Vettori 10.0 0 34 0
S B Styris 10.0 1 43 4
Fall of wicket
 
55 Tamim Iqbal
62 Javed Omar
105 Aftab Ahmed
122 Habibul Bashar
127 Saqibul Hasan
127 Mushfiqur Rahim
129 Mohammad Ashraful
140 Mashrafe Mortaza
140 Abdur Razzak
174 Syed Rasel

New Zealand Innings
 
 
Runs
Balls
4s
6s
P G Fulton c Tamim Iqbal b Syed Rasel
15
30 2 0
S P Fleming not out
 
102
92 10 3
H J H Marshall not out
 
50
54 2 1
Extras
 
11w 11
 
Total
 
for 1 178 (29.2 ovs)

Bowler
O
M
R
W
Mashrafe Mortaza 6.0 0 41 0
Syed Rasel 7.0 0 22 1
Abdur Razzak 8.0 0 38 0
Mohammad Rafique 5.0 0 37 0
Saqibul Hasan 3.0 0 33 0
Mohammad Ashraful 0.2 0 7 0
Fall of wicket
 
44 P G Fulton

Umpires: Aleem Dar, R E Koertzen
Bangladesh: Javed Omar, Tamim Iqbal, Mushfiqur Rahim, Aftab Ahmed, Saqibul Hasan, Habibul Bashar, Mohammad Ashraful, Abdur Razzak, Mohammad Rafique, Mashrafe Mortaza, Syed Rasel
New Zealand: P G Fulton, S P Fleming, H J H Marshall, S B Styris, C D McMillan, J D P Oram, B B McCullum, D L Vettori, J E C Franklin, S E Bond, M J Mason


Editor: Nishanth Gopinathan.