Bangladesh has defeated New Zealand to pull out yet another upset in the 3rd One Day International with 7 wickets to spare.
The mighty looking New Zealand side were kept at bay by the Bangladeshi players yet again in the 3rd One Day International played at the Shere Bangla Stadium in Dhaka.
The Kiwis came up with a lacklustre perfomance both in their batting and bowling as the Bangladeshi players excelled over them with optimum ease.
Batting first the New Zealand team were being bowled out for a modest total of 173 courtesy some good bowling performances by spinners Sakeb-al-hasan and Mahmudallah who shared four wickets among themselves. The left arm orthodox bowler Suharwadi Shuvo claimed three wickets in the New Zealand innings.
The New Zealand team was bundled up for 173 in 42.5 overs.
Ross taylor was the top scorer for the kiws remaining unbeaten on the score of 62.
Bangladeshi openers Imrul Kayes and Shahriar Nafees statred off with a positive attitude and added up a century stand of 127 runs for the first wicket giving the hosts a solid beginning.
Nafees scored 73 runs before being out caught by Branden McCullum of a Nathan McCullum delivery.
Not much later did his co opener Kayes fell on the score of 134. Kayes made 50 from 83 balls.
Siddique also fell at a presonal score of 14 from 27 deliveries reading the team total at 159/3.
Although, skipper Sakib Al Hasan and middle order batsman Raqibul Hasan made sure that there are no more speed breakers and they took the Bangladshi team past the New Zealand total registering a win.
Nathan McCullum and Andy May were the only bowlers who were successful with the ball for New Zealand with 2 and 1 wicket respectively.
Bangladesh now lead the five match ODI series 2-0.