Highlights from Match 5 of the T20 Tri-Series between New Zealand and Bangladesh: New Zealand triumphed by 48 runs

In NZ Tri Series Match 5 in Christchurch, Glenn Phillips (60), Devon Conway (64), and an all-around bowling effort helped New Zealand defeat Bangladesh by 48 runs. Receive real-time cricket score updates for Match 5 of the Tri-Series between Bangladesh vs New Zealand.
The toss- Bangladesh won and decided to bowl
The toss was won by Shakib al Hasan, Bangladesh captain, who decided to bowl first at the match against New Zealand on Wednesday in Christchurch’s 5th Twenty20 tri-series game.
Tim Southee as captain
Tim Southee, a spinner, took over as captain of the Black Caps as Kane Williamson, who led New Zealand to victory over Pakistan on Tuesday, was rested. Martin Guptill batted third for the home team.
In addition, New Zealand switched out Mitchell Santner and Blair Tickner for Trent Boult and Adam Milne, two bowlers.
Three changes by Bangladesh
Three changes were made by Bangladesh from the team that fell to New Zealand on Sunday in Christchurch by the score of 8 wickets.
To improve Bangladesh’s fast bowling, Mohammad Saifuddin, Soumya Sarkar, as well as Ebadot Hossain have replaced Taskin Ahmed, Mehidy Hasan Miraz, and Hasan Mahmud.
“We have to bat better in the middle overs,” said Bangladesh’s opening batsman Najmul Hossain Shanto.
“We lost too many wickets last time. Today is a fresh wicket so looking forward to it.”
A victory for Bangladesh at Hagley Oval by Thursday, followed by a victory over Pakistan, will guarantee New Zealand a position in the final on Friday.
The squad
New Zealand: Tim Southee (capt), Devon Conway, Martin Guptill, Finn Allen, Glenn Phillips, James Neesham, Mark Chapman, Michael Bracewell, Adam Milne, Ish Sodhi, Trent Boult
Bangladesh: Najmul Hossain Shanto, Litton Das, Soumya Sarkar, Shakib al Hasan (capt), Mosaddek Hossain, Afid Hossain, Nurul Hasan, Mohammad Saifuddin, Yasir Ali, Shoriful Islam, Ebadot Hossain
TV Umpire: Wayne Knights (NZL)
Umpires: Shaun Haig (NZL)Alex Wharf (ENG),
Match Referee: Jeff Crowe (NZL)
11:07 (IST) Oct 12
From this one-sided contest, it is all we have. Bangladesh still has one game left to play, but they are no longer in contention for a spot in the tri-series final. It takes place against Pakistan on Thursday, October 13 at 7.30 am IST (2 am GMT). You are welcome to join us in the lead-up. Cheers!
Oct. 12 at 11:05 (IST)
Glenn Phillips’ brilliant 24-ball 60 earned him Player of the Match honours! He begins by applauding Conway’s knock plus his stand with Guptill, which provided him with the necessary platform. Mentions that despite Bangladesh having done their due diligence on him, he was still able to score. grins and acknowledges that he escaped with a few mishits. He finds it amazing how well they all batted together.
11:04 (IST) Oct 12
Presentation time…
11:04 (IST) Oct 12
The Black Caps batted with precision, and their bowling has also been fairly controlled. In the Powerplay, Bangladesh could manage to score easily, but the home team continued to take wickets at periodic intervals and did not allow the visitors to build any kind of pace. The most impressive bowler was Adam Milne, who had three wickets to show for his added pace and variety.
10:59 (IST) Oct 12
Bangladesh knew it would be a difficult pursuit, but they came out with the right attitude right away. Several batters at the top of the order got starts, but they have been unable to continue. In the end, Shakib Al Hasan was the lone survivor, and the tourists are happy to have their captain back in top form with the bat.
Oct. 12 at 10:57 (IST)
New Zealand had an easy victory and secured a spot in the championship game. Bangladesh had another dismal performance, but they will be encouraged by their better batting in this match.
10:54 (IST) Oct 12, 1 Overs, 19.6 Score-160 – 7
Trent Boult to Mosaddek Hossain, Trent Boult bowls a short, around-the-off delivery to Mosaddek Hossain, who pulls it into the air and securely places it in the deep at mid-wicket.
10:53 (IST) Oct 12, 0 Overs , 19.5 Score- 159 – 7
The ball is guarded back towards the bowler from Trent Boult to Mosaddek Hossain with Fuller and on-off.
10:53 (IST) Oct 12, 1 Overs, 19.4 Score-159 – 7
Trent Boult passes the ball to Mohammad Saifuddin, who directs it to the target from a fuller and wider outside position.
10:52 (IST) Oct 12, 1 Overs, 19.3 Score-158 – 7
Mosaddek Hossain pulls a short, off-balance Trent Boult delivery to deep mid-wicket for a single.
10:51 (IST) Oct 12, 1 Overs, 19.2 Score-157 – 7
It is played in the direction of a long-on for one by Trent Boult to Mohammad Saifuddin, Fuller, and on off.
10:51 (IST) Oct 12, 1 Overs 19.1 Score-156 – 7
To Mosaddek Hossain, Trent Boult Mosaddek Hossain takes it to deep mid-wicket for one off a somewhat shorter pitch.
10:50 (IST) Oct 12 , 0 Overs 18.6 Score 155 – 7
Tim Southee to Mohammad Saifuddin, Again, a good length; also slower. When Mohammad Saifuddin attempts to play, the ball strikes the top of his bat but also bounces off the ground. To finish the over, a dot.
10:49 (IST) Oct 12, 1 Overs, 18.5 Score-155 – 7
Tim Southee to Mosaddek Hossain, decent length, on/off. For one more, Mosaddek Hossain hits it to the middle off.
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