Bangladesh vs New Zealand Dream11: Top 5 Fantasy Cricket Picks 3rd T20I
Updated on: Sep 4, 2021 2:51 pm IST
BAN vs NZ Dream11: Bangladesh leads the 5 match T20I series versus New Zealand 2-0. With three games to go and some major Kiwi players missing, the Asian side will surely seal the series. The second game saw Bangladesh claim a narrow win by 4 runs.
Bangladesh posted 141/6 in their quota of 20 overs, thanks to a solid opening partnership and steady innings from Mahmudullah. New Zealand looked on course for a victory but could not get past the line. Tom Latham top-scored with 65*. Mahedi Hasan was the pick of the bowlers, giving away just 12 runs from his four overs.
Bangladesh vs New Zealand Dream11 Fantasy Cricket Picks
Shakib Al Hasan
Shakib continues to impress with both bat and ball. He bowls tidy lengths, always attacking the stumps. He took 2 wickets for 29 runs in the second game along with 12 runs from the bat.
Shakib Al Hasan Stats in T20Is
Mahmudullah has led the side ably in the first two games. He has been unbeaten in the series, scoring 47 runs. He is also capable of rolling over his arm and can bowl handy off-spin. The Bangladesh captain was the Player of the Match in the second game.
Mahmudullah Stats in T20Is
Tom Latham is a very underrated cricketer. He has been the only shining light in New Zealand’s batting order in this series. He is a good player of spin, unlike most Kiwi batsmen. Latham top-scored in the second game but was unable to take his side home.
Tom Latham Stats in T20Is
The Kiwi opener of Indian descent surprised everyone with his strong showing in the second game. He scored ten runs and took three wickets, giving away just 22 runs from his four overs.
Rachin Ravindra Stats in T20s
Mehdi Hasan was the pick of the bowlers in the second game. He bowled a miserly spell of 2-12, potentially changing the game. He is a neat bowler who can bowl in the powerplay as well as the middle overs.
Mahedi Hasan Stats in T20Is
Where to Watch BAN vs NZ Live?
The match can be streamed live on Fan Code.
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