After picking up two gates from back-to-back deliveries in the opening, Southee had a hat trick when he got to bowling ninth Mosaddek survived the first ball but became the third scalp of New Zealand skipper Phillips closes it in the final with the wicket from Nasum when Bangladesh lost by 65 runs with 76 runs End of a disappointing series for visitors who go home empty-handed

It was a complete contrast to the way New Zealand ran their innings. The gates continue procession while Milne Shoriful bowled while Ferguson did the same to Taskin in Bangladesh’s 65 for 8

Afif Hossain’s six ahead of Astle in the sixth round has little impact on the bowler’s numbers, responsible for Afif (perplexed) and Mahedi (trapped in the deep center line) finishing 4 to 13.Bangladesh is 53 for 6 behind 6 overs

Naim has to leave as he tries to go over the top but finds Chapman is making a good catch in Deep Midwicket He is leaving for 19 while Shanto follows past in the same after missing a train in Bangladesh 37 for 4 after 4

After beating two fours and a pair, Sarkar is given a leading edge and Southee jumps full-length forward for a superb catch in the opening Liton Das, the skipper from Bangladesh, leaves the next shipment while he is Bowling while trying to get a shot to the side of the leg Mohammad Naim scores a couple of sixes over Adam Milne in the second run and then an advantage over Conway Only eight runs that Lockie Ferguson conceded in the third game when Bangladesh power play with just 31 finished on the board

Shoriful grabs a wicket and has Phillips caught in the middle of the action, but he’s not holding on to a catch of his own bowling when Allen pegged the wrong timing, giving the batsman another happy break, Shoriful ends up 1 in 21, decent Exertion considering how much the other bowlers have done Allen’s innings eventually end in the final as he passes a ball to Taskin and sees substitute outfield Mehidy Hasan grab a good catch while running fine leg back 10 from the over than New Zealand posts a mammoth 141 for 4 in 10 overs

With a straight line ahead of Ruble, Allen brings a fifteen-ball with 18 balls in just his second inning. Glenn Phillips also comes on stage, scoring two consecutive sixes ahead of Ruble, whose two overs resulted in 33 runs. Mahedi conceded a four and a six from its second and ends with 1 for 34 New Zealand is 122 for 1 after eight overs

After seeing Allen scoop the big hits on the other end, Guptill steps up again, scoring two sixes and a four in front of Mahedi. He eventually finds the outfield player in deep cover and finishes an 85-run stand that within six overs came Allen scores a four and takes a single to end the over, which gives 21 runs New Zealand is 90 for 1 after six

A respite for Allen when he is knocked down in the deep by Ruble Hossain to deny Shoriful a wicket in game four. Allen then takes New Zealand’s fifty with one shot right over the bowler’s head for a four, followed by another Limit Over Additional Cover To add to the Shoriful’s disappointment, another catch is dropped in the same round Ruble also has an expensive outing where Allen plays the scoop shot for a four and a fierce cut for a six 14 from the over, when New Zealand changes to 69 after 5 for 0

After hitting a six from a short ball from Nasum Ahmed in the first round, Guptill walks across the line to a Taskin delivery for a 95-yard six, followed by a straight six Fin Allen starts with three in a row Four in front of Nasum and then goes straight to a six 43 from the three-over power play brings New Zealand the command

“The pitch is a little greasy from all the rain and the fast paced bowlers will make it kiss off the surface. The outfield is damp though. All in all it’s pretty amazing that we play cricket since the court has been four days under cover and the groundsmen did a fantastic job, “says Craig McMillan

Liton Das, captain of Bangladesh, won the litter and decided to roll two changes for New Zealand and three for Bangladesh

New Zealand (XI play): Martin Guptill, Finn Allen, Devon Conway (week), Will Young, Glenn Phillips, Mark Chapman, Daryl Mitchell, Tim Southee (c), Adam Milne, Todd Astle, Lockie Ferguson

Bangladesh (plays XI): Najmul Hossain Shanto, Mohammad Naim, Soumya Sarkar, Liton Das (c / wk), Afif Hossain, Mahedi Hasan, Mosaddek Hossain, Taskin Ahmed, Shoriful Islam, Rubel Hossain, Nasum Ahmed

Finally some good news: 21:10 start, 10 overs per side, three overs power play A maximum of two overs per bowler

Update: In case you didn’t already know, the litter was delayed. But there is some positive news

Update: It rained tonight in Auckland and the game between New Zealand Women and Australia Women was abandoned after only 2 years5 overs were bowled More rain is forecast for tonight Meanwhile, Liton Das will be the captain of Bangladesh today if the game takes place because Mahmudullah is out with a hamstring injury

Since touring New Zealand for the first time in 2001, Bangladesh has suffered 31 straight defeats to New Zealand in its homeland. You have one last chance to make history in this series. Can Bangladesh make it? Is there light for them at the end of the tunnel?

New Zealand have won all of their T20I series at home since the T20I series lost 5-0 to India early last year and will look to end their season with another trophy in their pockets

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