New Zealand vs Bangladesh : Ross Taylor Smashes A Record as New Zealand Flay Bangladesh Attach
Today 20 February 2019 New Zealand Sweeps 3-0 Series against Bangladesh. Ross Taylor became New Zealand’s highest run scoring ODI Batsman Wednesday as the New Zealand sets a target 331 to Bangladesh in 50 over game.
New Zealand sets a target of 331 in 50 overs.
As New Zealand win the third game of series by setting an imposing target against Bangladesh. Ross Taylor scored 69 runs of 81 balls as the Black Cap’s cruised to 330 with loss of six wickets. As Bangladesh won the toss, decided to bowl to start the game.
Coming to bat, Black Cap’s opens up their innings Martin Guptill and Collin Munro. The middle order of New Zealand has an aggressive Lineup. Along with Ross Taylor, Henry Nicholls and Tom Latham also making a half Centuries.
Taylor’s 47th half-century took his careers tally in the 50-over format to 8,026 runs, to Overtake the former New Zealand player Stephen Fleming’s 8,007 run. The 34 years old Ross Taylor, who made his ODI debut on 1st March 2006 against West Indies.
“If he have played long enough I guess these records come along but it’s nice to set the bar for the next guy.”
Many of the New Zealand players went into the team’s final ODI before the World Cup 2019 looking to impress Coach Gary Stead and book a spot in the tournament.
Colin Munro’s struggle for form continued as he was out LBW for eight, this means he has only single half-century in eight ODI’s game he had played.
Henry Nicholls is set for opening innings of Black Cap’s batting lineup after his sparkling 64, Although coach Stead indicated Munro could make the trip as injury was perfectly recovered. Henry Nicholls was a versatile player of the New Zealand’s batting lineup, he is a key component of Black Cap’s batting order. Stead told to Sports news.