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That concludes our discussion about this game. Bangladesh has taken the lead in this three-match series after recording a historic victory in their T20I history. If Mitchell Santer and New Zealand want to keep the series going, they will need to start over from scratch and find solutions. The second Twenty20 International match is scheduled for Friday, December 29 at Mount Maunganui’s Bay Oval. Although the game is scheduled to start at 11.40 am IST (6.10 am GMT), we will start our build-up much earlier.

New Zealand had a rough start to the match after being put into bat, losing their first three wickets in the first nine deliveries. Mark Chapman and Daryl Mitchell started to rebuild the innings, but neither of them was able to continue. Then, in order to keep the scoreboard moving, James Neesham led the comeback and took calculated risks. Mitchell Santner seemed to have an able alley, but he was unable to capitalize on it. Neesham did the same, and his leaving New Zealand at the worst possible moment. The Kiwis staggered to 134 thanks to contributions from the lower order. Bangladesh’s star player was Shoriful Islam, who finished his four overs with three wickets for twenty-six.

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