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BANGLADESH TOUR OF NEW ZEALAND 2019  | 2nd ODI | Hagley Oval, Christchurch |  BAN vs NZ  | February 16, 2019 @ 03:30 AM IST |

After a dismal performance against India in ODI, NewZealand has managed change gears against Bangladesh. Martin Guptill was the man who took NewZealand to victory with a brilliant century. With the ball Boult and Satner did the bulk of the damage.
Bangladesh top order failed to fire. Bangladesh was able to put up a decent score on board due to heroics of Mithun with the bat. 



Kane Williamson (c), Tom Latham (wk), Martin Guptill, Henry Nicholls, Ross Taylor, James Neesham, Colin de Grandhomme, Mitchell Santner, Matt Henry, Lockie Ferguson, Trent Boult, Todd Astle, Tim Southee
Mushfiqur Rahim (wk), Mashrafe Mortaza (c), Tamim Iqbal, Liton Das, Soumya Sarkar, Mohammad Mithun, Mahmudullah, Sabbir Rahman, Mehidy Hasan, Mohammad Saifuddin, Mustafizur Rahman, Shafiul Islam, Rubel Hossain, Nayeem Hasan, Mominul Haque


  • Mushfiqur Rahim
  • Mustafizur Rahman
  • Mehidy Hasan
  • Mahmudullah
  • Sabbir Rahman
  •       Kane Williamson
  •     Martin Guptill
  •     Ross Taylor
  •     Mitchell Santner
  •     Trent Boult

  •      Mushfiqur Rahim
  •       Martin Guptill
  •      Henry Nicholls
  •      Ross Taylor
  •      Mohammad Mithun
  •      Mitchell Santner
  •      Mahmudullah
  •       Colin de Grandhomme
  •      Trent Boult
  •       Mustafizur Rahman
  •       Lockie Ferguson

  • Choice for Captain and Vice Captain: 

  •      Ross Taylor
  •       Trent Boult
  •       Mustafizur Rahman
  •       Mahmudullah

Disclaimer:  The information are collected from various sources to help you find the best playing XI. The final playing XI are selected by the team management and  may have certain changes.


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