1st Test,
Sri Lanka tour of Bangladesh, 2018, Chittagong

Bangladesh vs Sri Lanka

31 January 2018 09:00 (IST)

2nd ODI, Hagley Oval, Christchurch, 23 December 2017

New Zealand vs Windies

Windies 2nd Inn:121/10 (28)

Ronsford Beaton 12 (25);
Trent Boult 10-3-34-7; Matt Henry 7-0-36-0;

Last bat: Shannon Gabriel

Result: New Zealand won by 204 runs.

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Windies Innings

  R B 4s 6s SR
Evin Lewis c Bracewell & b Boult 10 17 2 0 58.82
Kyle Hope b Boult 4 3 1 0 133.33
Shai Hope(wk) c Latham & b Boult 23 19 3 0 121.05
Shimron Hetmyer c Worker & b Boult 2 4 0 0 50
Jason Mohammed c & b Lockie Ferguson 18 31 2 0 58.06
Jason Holder(c) c Munro & b Lockie Ferguson 13 23 0 0 56.52
Rovman Powell b Lockie Ferguson 0 1 0 0 0
Ashley Nurse c Worker & b Boult 27 33 3 0 81.82
Sheldon Cottrell c Latham & b Boult 8 11 1 0 72.73
Ronsford Beaton not out 12 25 2 0 48
Shannon Gabriel b Boult 0 2 0 0 0
             
Extras(b - 0, lb - 1, w - 2, nb - 1)4
Total(121 all out in 28 overs)121 (4.32 runs per over)
   

Fall of wickets

1/10 (Kyle Hope, 1.6 ov.) 2/15 (Evin Lewis, 3.3 ov.) 3/21 (Shimron Hetmyer, 5.1 ov.)
4/52 (Shai Hope, 9.5 ov.) 5/70 (Jason Mohammed, 15.3 ov.) 6/70 (Rovman Powell, 15.4 ov.)
7/86 (Jason Holder, 17.6 ov.) 8/100 (Sheldon Cottrell, 21.3 ov.) 9/121 (Ashley Nurse, 27.4 ov.)
10/121 (Shannon Gabriel, 27.6 ov.)   
   

Bowling

O M R W Econ    
Matt Henry 7 0 36 0 5.14  
Trent Boult 10 3 34 7 3.4  
Doug Bracewell 5 0 19 0 3.8 (2w)
Lockie Ferguson 4 0 17 3 4.25  
Todd Astle 2 0 14 0 7  
               

New Zealand Innings

  R B 4s 6s SR
George Worker c Rovman Powell & b R Beaton 58 53 4 2 109.43
Colin Munro c Jason Mohammed & b Cottrell 30 25 1 2 120
Neil Broom c Holder & b Cottrell 6 13 0 1 46.15
Ross Taylor c Shai Hope & b Holder 57 66 5 0 86.36
Tom Latham(c) & (wk) c Shai Hope & b Holder 20 34 1 0 58.82
Henry Nicholls not out 83 62 7 2 133.87
Todd Astle b Cottrell 49 45 1 2 108.89
Doug Bracewell not out 5 2 1 0 250
Matt Henry dnb 0 0 0 0 0.00
Lockie Ferguson dnb 0 0 0 0 0.00
Trent Boult dnb 0 0 0 0 0.00
             
Extras(b - 0, lb - 3, w - 14, nb - 0)17
Total(325 for 6 in 50 overs)325 (6.5 runs per over)
   

Fall of wickets

1/50 (Colin Munro, 6.5 ov.) 2/66 (Neil Broom, 10.4 ov.) 3/124 (George Worker, 18.6 ov.)
4/169 (Tom Latham, 30.1 ov.) 5/186 (Ross Taylor, 32.6 ov.) 6/316 (Todd Astle, 49.2 ov.)
   

Bowling

O M R W Econ    
Sheldon Cottrell 10 0 62 3 6.2 (2w)
Jason Holder (c) 10 0 52 2 5.2 (1w)
Ronsford Beaton 8 0 60 1 7.5 (3w)
Shannon Gabriel 10 0 75 0 7.5 (3w)
Ashley Nurse 10 0 45 0 4.5 (4w)
Rovman Powell 2 0 28 0 14 (1w)
               
All|Overs 1-50
4

Henry to Kyle Hope, FOUR, full and straight, clipped through mid-wicket. Nice way to get off the mark

4

to Lewis, FOUR, lifted over mid-on here. Goes against the breeze but there's no one in the deep

W

to Kyle Hope, out Bowled!! Oopsie, try playing that. gets the inswinger right from over the wicket, and the ball carts through the right-hander bat-pad gap. Kyle Hope helped things, with his flat feet stuck in the crease Kyle Hope b 4(3) [4s-1]

4

Henry to Lewis, FOUR, brilliant shot. Crisply driven on the up through extra cover

W

to Lewis, out Caught by Doug Bracewell!! He's pulled it straight to the man at long leg. Can't even say that he wasn't in control. Swiveled nicely, got hold of this short ball but picked the only man in the deep. Lewis c Doug Bracewell b 10(17) [4s-2]

4

Henry to Shai Hope, FOUR, good hands. Uses them to flog this between the two fielders at point. Just the little bit of width prompting him to do so

W

to Hetmyer, out Caught by Worker!! 's swing is too much for Windies at the moment. And there's not a hell lot of it, which is what's extracting these edges. Hint of outswing, Hetmyer doesn't have it covered and prods an outside edge that carries low to second slip. Unlike Windies, to whom a few edges didn't carry, New Zealand's slip cordon is relatively closer to the batsman. Hetmyer c Worker b 2(4)

OT

Henry to Shai Hope, 1 run, was close at the bowler's end there. Shai Hope dug out this yorker to mid-on and ran across. The fielder misses the direct-hit. Very tight had that hit

4

to Mohammed, FOUR, goes for the one-legged pull and top-edges over the keeper. Given how many have flown like that today, it might not be a bad idea to have a fly fielder behind the keeper

4

Henry to Mohammed, FOUR, shot of the day. Leans into this cover drive and drills it wide of mid-off

4

to Shai Hope, FOUR, that's muscles. Lays into this length ball with a slog across the line. One bounce and into the deep mid-wicket fence

4

to Shai Hope, FOUR, switches to round the wicket, pitches this full and is driven through point. This is really good from Shai Hope

W

to Shai Hope, out Caught by Latham!! He was playing so well - two boundaries in the lead-up to this wicket - but the change of angle works, one ball later than would have wanted. Last ball from round the wicket went for a square drive but this time, Hope's swirled out an edge high in the air. Wanted to blast this full ball over mid-wicket but gets it off the toe-end. Keeper steadies himself and pouches the skier. Shai Hope c Latham b 23(19) [4s-3]

W

Ferguson to Mohammed, out Caught&Bowled!! 143.1 ks short ball that's been angled into Jason. Fended back to the bowler who takes an easy catch. Umpires check for the no-ball but Ferguson looks fine. More than fine. Mohammed c and b Ferguson 18(31) [4s-2]

W

Ferguson to Rovman Powell, out Bowled!! Gee that was a fast yorker at 147 ks. Slants on from wide of the crease, beats Rovman Powell for pace, and uproots the off-stump. Windies being blown away en masse here and Ferguson is on a hat-trick! Rovman Powell b Ferguson 0(1)

4

Bracewell to Nurse, FOUR, edged and runs away of first slip. Squares up Nurse with an away-curler, Nurse was forward to defend - the ball moves away late, takes the outside edge. Soft hands though and it rolls wide of first slip

4

Ferguson to Nurse, no ball, FOUR, rare error from Ferguson. Oversteps and gifts Nurse a free-hit next ball. Coming to this delivery, it was dug in short down leg. Nurse went for the pull, top-edged and it flew over the keeper

W

Ferguson to Holder, out Caught by Munro!! This should be the game for New Zealand, not that they weren't favourites before. Holder was the last hope for the visitors in salvaging some pride. Short ball does the trick for Ferguson, Holder goes for the pull off the front foot. Gets a top-edge and up it goes in the air to mid-wicket. Munro calls and calmly settles under it. Holder c Munro b Ferguson 13(23)

4

Astle to Cottrell, FOUR, rank long hop and Cottrell will put that away disdainfully. Skips back and pummels it over mid-wicket

W

to Cottrell, out Caught by Latham!! Fifer for . His 3rd five-wicket haul in ODIs. The short ball that has Cottrell in a soup. Rapidly rises at an awkward height, Cottrell took his eyes off it and gloves it. Balloons up and the keeper takes a couple of steps forward to clasp it. The end is nigh for Windies. Cottrell c Latham b 8(11) [4s-1]

4

Astle to Nurse, FOUR, edged and rolls past backward point. The faster leg-break, Nurse sought to cut. Ends up skewing it off the outer half that races away to the third man fence

4

Henry to R Beaton, FOUR, did that carry to Latham? Not sure. Oh! It did, in fact. Lazy effort from the skipper. On a length and just outside off, Beaton hung his bat without any intent and elicits an outside edge. Brushes the glove as Latham was lethargic a bit there and it wanders away to the fence

4

Henry to R Beaton, FOUR, elegance! Henry overpitches. Beaton plants his front foot forward, shows his straight bat and creams it past mid-off

W

to Nurse, out Caught by Worker!! 100 ODI wickets for - 16th New Zealand bowler to achieve that feat. Nurse's resistance is over. Miscues a pull off a short ball and hits it straight to deep square leg, Worker takes a sitter. Nurse c Worker b 27(33) [4s-3]

W

to Gabriel, out Bowled!! Done and dusted. claims a seven-fer. Fittingly, caps off the innings with the last ball of his spell. New Zealand win by a massive margin of 204 runs and take an unassailable 2-0 lead in the series. Well, Gabriel could last for just 2 deliveries. swung this back in from a length and knocked the off-stump, even before Gabriel could bring his bat down. Blink and miss! Gabriel b 0(2)

4

to Worker, FOUR, dropped short, and at that pace it'll carry. Swatted off the front foot over the square leg umpire

D

to Worker, 1 run, dropped by the keeper. Extra bounce from a back of a length, fended off the gloves and that's why there's no pace on the ball afterwards. Hope dives but does so late

4

to Munro, FOUR, full ball picked over mid-on here

6

to Munro, SIX, woah. that's been slog-swept over backward square leg outta nowhere

6

to Munro, SIX, nice. He's whipped it from outside off and deposited it over backward square leg. Played with the wind and through the shorter part of the ground

W

to Munro, out Caught by Mohammed!! There's the salute celebration from . Bowls it short, Munro isn't in a good position to pull but goes through with it, and ends up flat-batting it to mid-on. Munro c Mohammed b 30(25) [4s-1 6s-2]

6

to Neil Broom, SIX, oh my. He's top-edged this pull and the ball went high up. And clears the fine leg fence. Luckily hit it with the wind and stands robbed in daylight

4

to Worker, FOUR, glanced to fine leg. That's what you do with a line this straight

4

to Worker, FOUR, leg-stump half-volley aptly clipped away through squarish mid-wicket. Nice balance

W

to Neil Broom, out Caught by Holder!! Steered straight to the first slip in place. Good catch by Holder, taking this low with half-a-dive to his right. Neil Broom falls in trying to get a single to third man. A little bit more bounce on this scrambled-seam delivery was his undoing, perhaps. Neil Broom c Holder b 6(13) [6s-1]

6

to Worker, SIX, makes room for this short ball and upper-cuts it.. There's a fielder at third man but he's placed it well over him. Apparently, Worker thought he's playing that shot off what he assumed to be a no-ball because of three fielders standing outside the ring. Just that he forgot that we're past the 10-over mark! That's why that shot looked audacious. Now we know

4

to Ross Taylor, FOUR, that's an edge but hasn't carried to first slip, who's a little lax in stopping that

6

Beaton to Woke, SIX, top-edged six gets him to his 3d ODI fifty! Second half-centuy in a ow, too. Not in contol at all of this shot ball but luckily edges it ove the shot fine leg bounday

OT

Beaton to oss Taylo, 1 un, steeed to backwad point. And a bit of stutte hee. oss Taylo stops, Woke esponds and then both go though. A diect hit at the stike's end was cutains fo Woke

4

Beaton to Woke, FOU, swivels this shot ball though fine leg. Fielde ties to use his feet to stop the ball, and he does, but the momentum takes it ove

W

Beaton to Woke, out Caught by ovman Powell!! Got to love these celebations fom the Windies playes. Beaton bowls it shot, and Woke miscues his pull to long leg. Walks back disappointed.. he was playing so well. Woke c ovman Powell b Beaton 58(53) [4s-4 6s-2]

4

to Latham, FOUR, another top-edge on the pull flying over the keeper but this one was much flatter. Still over Hope's one-handed leap

4

to Ross Taylor, FOUR, top-edge and four. Back of a length delivery that jetted off the deck, Taylor tried to guide it to third man with an inclined bat. Ends up squirting a top-edge and it flies towards third man. The fielder is slightly squarer and had no chance

4

to Ross Taylor, FOUR, that ruins the over. Flat, short and asking to be hit. Taylor accepts it with glee, hacks it past the man at short fine leg

W

to Latham, out Caught by Shai Hope!! wins the battle of captains. Troubled the Kiwis skipper in his last over with a delivery that failed to rise, this one though kicked off from a length and Latham was all at sea. Couldn't negotiate the extra bounce, wanted to belatedly stay out of the line. Too late and gloves it, lobs up to the keeper and Shai Hope won't drop those. Latham c Shai Hope b 20(34) [4s-1]

4

to Ross Taylor, FOUR, Taylor welcomes to his spell with a boundary. Short and plenty of width outside off, Taylor chases and belts it through extra cover

OT

to Ross Taylor, 1 run, 39th fifty in ODIs for Ross Taylor. He remained unbeaten on 49 last game, guiding his team to victory. Today, reaches the milestone with a knock into acres of gap on the leg-side. A gentle wave of the bat to celebrate the landmark

4

to Ross Taylor, FOUR, don't bowl short to me again, seemed like the answer from Taylor. Spots the length early, rocks back and slams the pull past mid-wicket. None there in the deep and that will be a boundary to Taylor

W

to Ross Taylor, out Caught by Shai Hope!! Tigerish comeback from . Taylor is gone! New Zealand in a bit of bother here; losing half their side. Nothing shot really from the experienced campaigner. It was on a good length, just held its line after pitching. Taylor hung his bat without any intent, the ball kisses the outside edge and straightforward catch to Hope. Ross Taylor c Shai Hope b 57(66) [4s-5]

4

to Henry Nicholls, FOUR, woah! This just sped across the turf in a jiffy. Short ball without any purpose, Nicholls gets into the position early and pulls it witheringly in the gap between deep mid-wicket and deep square leg

4

to Henry Nicholls, FOUR, rare loose ball from today. Short and width for the taking, Nicholls goes deep and cuts it behind point

OT

to Henry Nicholls, no run, Nicholls is given OUT lbw. He decides to challenge the call. Fair ball. Don't think there was any bat. Yes, confirms the technology. Waiting for the ball-tracker: Pitching - in-line. Impact - in-line. Wickets - missing. Nicholls stays, so is the review for Kiwis. Excellent call from Nicholls to take the review, he had a word with his partner and it was Astle, who convinced him to take it. Anyway, it was a full ball that nipped back in; Nicholls was playing down the wrong line, the ball sneaked in and rapped him on the back pad, beating the inside edge. The appeal was spontaneous and up went the dreaded finger. Review though came to Nicholls' rescue in the end

4

Beaton to Heny Nicholls, FOU, that's a flat-batted smash. Makes oom, by backing away to leg and slaps it ove exta cove. Picked his spot thee

4

Beaton to Heny Nicholls, FOU, steet-smat cicket fom Nicholls. Sat down on seeing the ball pitched full on the stumps. Scooped it ove the keepe

D

Powell to Todd Astle, 1 run, edged and dropped. Full marks to the effort, catches like these rarely sticks. Full outside off, Astle went hard, outside-edges it to the right of the keeper, who went full-throttle stretching his right-glove but the ball pops out

4

Powell to Todd Astle, FOUR, boom! Astle finds solid connection to a full ball and whacks it firmly through mid-wicket

OT

to Henry Nicholls, 1 run, full on leg, flicked to deep mid-wicket and that will be fifty for Nicholls. Vital knock in the context of the game.. his 3rd half-century in ODIs

4

to Henry Nicholls, FOUR, too predictable from . Slower ball again, Nicholls makes room and lifts it over extra cover

6

to Henry Nicholls, SIX, in the slot for Nicholls and he deposits it into the grass banks over deep square leg. He went low early and picked the bones out of it

4

to Henry Nicholls, FOUR, 100-run stand comes up between the two with this boundary. Superb execution from Nicholls, walks across his sticks and brooms it away behind square on the on-side

6

to Henry Nicholls, SIX, 16 off 3 balls. Nicholls is taking to the dry cleaners. Slower ball, sat up nicely for Nicholls. He gets under it and thumps it over mid-wicket. Just about clears the rope for a maximum

4

to Henry Nicholls, FOUR, boundary to cap off the over. 22 off it. misses the yorker, ends up offering a low full toss outside off. Nicholls blasts it past mid-off. Poor bowling from

6

Powell to Todd Astle, SIX, Astle joins into the act now. Moves across his sticks, stays low and hacks it over deep square leg. Into the grassbanks. 300-up for Kiwis

6

Powell to Todd Astle, SIX, Astle goes big and clears long-on. Powell misses the length, feeds a half-volley outside off. Astle nonchalantly tonks it over long-on

W

to Todd Astle, out Bowled!! Astle falls a solitary run short of his fifty. Does't care about the milestone, eh? Full and attacking the stumps, you-miss-I-hit stuff from . Astle manufactured room to go over extra cover. Misses and the ball knocks the top of middle. Todd Astle b 49(45) [4s-1 6s-2]

4

to Doug Bracewell, FOUR, Bracewell gets into the business straightaway. Short and down leg, Bracewell swivels and helps it away very fine