Corey Anderson breaks records as Black Caps claim series sweep


An underwhelming experience of deja vu observed New Zealand’s clean-sweep win over Bangladesh of their 0.33 and very last Twenty20 international in Mount Maunganui on Sunday.

The hosts at Bay Oval triumphed by using 27 runs because the site visitors once more gave quick glimpses of being aggressive earlier than being unable to sustain a concerted project.Requiring 195 for his or her first victory on excursion this summer, following preceding Twenty20s and three ODI defeats – Bangladesh should best manipulate 167-6 of their 20 overs.

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They began their chase in a rush, no matter the absence of regular opener Imrul Kayes, who become injured while tumbling over a bulky advertising signal trying to catch Corey Anderson.His alternative, Soumya Sarkar, raced to 42 off 28 balls – with six fours – before perishing to an amazing caught and bowled from Ish Sodhi because the NZ spinners slowed the traffic’ pursuit after the powerplay overs.

as the stress established, Sabbir Rahman produced a shocker to be bowled off-stump in the back of his legs through Black Caps skipper Kane Williamson.The visitors went seven overs with out a boundary – and then got two in as many balls off Trent Boult – but couldn’t hold any momentum as NZ legspinner Sodhi starred with 2-22 off his overs.