New Zealand Women beat Bangladesh Women by 37 runs to seal the series by 2-0.

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The 2nd T20I Match of the Bangladesh Women tour of New Zealand, 2022 played today at University Oval, Dunedin. In which New Zealand Women beat Bangladesh Women by 37 runs to seal the series by 2-0.

New Zealand Women batted first after winning the toss started the not very well, Sophie Devine and Suzie Bates came to start the inning, the first wicket has gone for 23 runs in 3.4 over, Sophie Devine for 19 runs in 14 balls, next batsman Georgia Plimmer came to bat and she dismissed very quickly just for 3 runs as second wicket in first ball of the 6th over, the team score was 29 runs, next batsman Rebecca Burns came to bat and handled the inning with Suzie Bates, the third wicket has gone for 63 runs in first ball of the 11th over, Rebecca Burns dismissed after scoring 20 runs in 19 balls, followed by Amelia Kerr came to bat, after few moments the fourth wicket has also gone for 71 runs in 11.5 over, Suzie Bates dismissed after scoing 20 runs in 27 balls, next batsman Maddy Green came to bat handled the inning and played a very brilliant unbeaten inning of 37 runs with the help of 4 boundaries in just 25 balls with Amelia Kerr, Amelia Kerr also played a very brilliant unbeaten quick inning of 46 runs with the help of 5 boundaries in just 30 balls. In this way, New Zealand Women scored 148 runs after losing just 4 wickets in the stipulated 20 overs and set a target of 149 runs in front of Bangladesh Women.

Bangladesh Women bowlers Marufa Akter took 2 wickets for 22 runs, and Ritu Moni and Rumana Ahmed got 1-1 wicket.

Bangladesh Women chasing 149 runs in the second inning they could manage just 111 runs after losing 8 wickets in the stipulated 20 overs, Bangladesh Women started the inning very poorly, Nigar Sultana scored 31 runs in 33 balls, Sharmin Akhter 22 runs in 30 balls, and Fargana Hoque 15 runs in 14 balls, apart from this no any batsman could touch figure out of 10 runs, Ritu Moni remains unbeaten for 9 runs, Nahida Akter dismissed for 9 runs, Rumana Ahmed 5 runs, Marufa Akter 3 runs, Murshida Khatun 3 runs, and Dilara Akter 1 run. In this way, Bangladesh Women could manage just 111 runs after losing 8 wickets in the stipulated 20 overs and lost the match by 37 runs, and with this lost also lost the series by 2-0

New Zealand Women's bowlers Hayley Jensen took 2 wickets just for 12 runs, and Fran Jonas, Lea Tahuhu, and Eden Carson got 1-1 wicket.
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