New Zealand Women beats Bangladesh Women by 63 runs to clean sweep the series by 3-0.
The 3rd T20I match of the Bangladesh Women tour of New Zealand, 2022 played today at John Davies Oval, Queenstown. In which New Zealand Women beats Bangladesh Women by 63 runs to clean sweep the series by 3-0.
New Zealand Women batted first after wining the toss, started the inning very well, Sophie Devine and Suzie Bates came to start the inning, Sophie Devine played a very brilliant inning of 47 runs with the help of 7 boundaries in just 33 balls, Amelia Kerr played a very brilliant unbeaten inning of 48 runs with the help of 5 boundaries in just 31 balls, Lea Tahuhu scored 17 runs in 8 balls, apart from this, Suzie Bates dismissed just for 9 runs, Lauren Down 6 runs, Maddy Green 11 runs, Georgia Plimmer 2 runs, Rebecca Burns dismissed without scoring, and Jess Kerr remains unbeaten for 8 runs. In this way, New Zealand Women scored 152 runs after losing 7 wickets in prescribed 20 over,
and set a target of 153 runs in front of Bangladesh Women.
Bangladesh Women all bowlers Marufa Akter, Salma Khatun, Nahida Akter, Fariha Trisna and Rabeya Khan got 1-1 wicket.
Bangladesh Women chasing 153 runs in the second inning, they could manage just 89 runs after losing 7 wickets in prescribed 20 overs. Bangladesh Women started the inning very badly, Rumana Ahmed scored 25 runs in 24 balls, Salma Khatun remains unbeaten for 23 runs in 30 balls, Rabeya Khan 11 runs in 20 balls, apart from this no batsman could touch figure out of 10 runs, Fargana Hoque dismissed just for 7 runs, Nigar Sultana 4 runs, Sharmin Akhter 3 runs, Murshida Khatun 2 runs, Murshida Khatun 2 runs, Nahida Akter remians unbeaten for 8 runs, and Ritu Moni dismissed without scoring. In this way, Bangladesh Women they manage just 89 runs in prescribed 20 over and lost the match by a big margin of 63 runs and also lost the series by 3-0.
New Zealand Women bowler Lea Tahuhu performed very brilliant bowing took 3 wickets just for 13 runs in her spell, Eden Carson took 2 wickets just for 19 runs, Sophie Devine and Amelia Kerr got 1-1 wicket.
New Zealand Women all-rounder batsman Amelia Kerr was selected best played of the match, she performed very briliant batting as well as also in bowling, played a very brilliant unbeaten inning of 48 runs with the help of 5 boudaries in 31 balls, and also took 1 wicket for 9 runs.