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

Bangladesh vs Sri Lanka

31 January 2018 09:00 (IST)

2nd T20I, Bay Oval, Mount Maunganui, 01 January 2018

New Zealand vs Windies

New Zealand 1st Inn:102/4 (9)

Kane Williamson 17 (15);Anaru Kitchen 1 (1);
Samuel Badree 3-0-23-1; Ashley Nurse 2-0-13-1;

Last bat: Tom Bruce

Result: No result.

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New Zealand Innings

  R B 4s 6s SR
Martin Guptill c Walton & b Cottrell 2 4 0 0 50
Colin Munro c Rovman Powell & b Kesrick Williams 66 23 11 3 286.96
Kane Williamson(c) not out 17 15 1 0 113.33
Glenn Phillips(wk) lbw Badree 10 5 0 1 200
Tom Bruce c C Brathwaite & b A Nurse 3 7 0 0 42.86
Anaru Kitchen not out 1 1 0 0 100
Mitchell Santner dnb 0 0 0 0 0.00
Doug Bracewell dnb 0 0 0 0 0.00
Tim Southee dnb 0 0 0 0 0.00
Ish Sodhi dnb 0 0 0 0 0.00
Seth Rance dnb 0 0 0 0 0.00
             
Extras(b - 0, lb - 0, w - 2, nb - 1)3
Total(102 for 4 in 9 overs)102 (11.33 runs per over)
   

Fall of wickets

1/3 (Martin Guptill, 0.4 ov.) 2/78 (Colin Munro, 5.5 ov.) 3/92 (Glenn Phillips, 7.1 ov.)
4/97 (Tom Bruce, 8.3 ov.)   
   

Bowling

O M R W Econ    
Sheldon Cottrell 2 0 21 1 10.5 (1w)
Samuel Badree 3 0 23 1 7.67  
Carlos Brathwaite (c) 1 0 21 0 21 (1w)
Kesrick Williams 1 0 24 1 24  
Ashley Nurse 2 0 13 1 6.5  
               
All|Overs 1-50
W

to Guptill, out Caught by Walton!! Massive wicket. There's the first salute of 2018! Full and wide outside off, Guptill threw his bat at that, only hands following the bat and the feet stayed static. Had to reach out but could only feather a bottom edge back to the keeper. Clear noise and off he walks. He can be such a destructive batsman at the top of the order, but he's gone now. Guptill c Walton b 2(4)

4

to Munro, FOUR, what a horror ball. Full-toss outside off, with oodles of width, Munro mistimed the drive, but managed to place it past the dive of extra cover for a boundary. Needed to hit the gap which he did

4

to Munro, FOUR, slices it and gets it over the infield. Saw the tossed up delivery on off and cleared his front leg to muscle that. Didn't get all of it, but once he cleared the infield, that was enough

6

to Munro, SIX, it has been dropped! In the crowd that is. A bunch of men wearing the sponsor's tee - to try and catch that one-handed. Which means they will get 50K. But down it goes. Length delivery outside off, heaved in the air and clears long-on easily. First six of the game

6

to Munro, SIX, can they catch it? No they can't. Again into the same area by Munro as the previous one. Length delivery around off and Munro swung it hard and high over long-on. No-one in the crowd can catch it one-handed, with that sponsor's tee of course

4

to Munro, FOUR, can't bowl there. With five men in a ring on the off-side. Tossed up outside off, too much room for Munro to free his arms and he lofts hard over mid-off

4

to Munro, FOUR, brute power. Mid-off had no chance. Drilled to his left and he just moved to watch it rifle past him. Flat and low hit

6

to Munro, SIX, this Munro is a power player at the top. Look at how easily he has flicked that for six. Sliding into middle, picked it up effortlessly and helped the flick behind square. Big boundary too and he has cleared that without any fuss

4

to Munro, FOUR, as if he isn't batting well already, the bowling has been helpful to say the least. High full-toss outside off, carved wide of extra cover and it raced away. Rubbish bowling

4

to Munro, FOUR, he is hitting them so well. This is a back of a length delivery on the stumps, Munro has quickly sized up the length and rocked back to murder the pull through mid-wicket. That rocketed off the middle of the bat

4

to Munro, FOUR, Rovman Powell with a fumble to give Munro another four. isn't a happy man at all. Dreadful fielding on the slide, lets the ball go away. A slower delivery and another pull to deep mid-wicket where Powell makes a mess of it

OT

to Munro, 1 run, that's the ball. Right at the toes. Dug out and that's Munro's 50 off 18 balls - second quickest for a Kiwi. Oh didn't know that he has the fastest record as well!

4

Williams to Munro, FOUR, Munro is having all the luck on new year's day. Cotterell the culprit now at short third. Should've been caught but he just allowed the ball to burst through his fingertips. Fraction short outside off, thick edge on the cut and Munro gets away

4

Williams to Munro, FOUR, rubs it in more. Short and wide outside off, Munro reaches out and slaps the cut, over point and there's no-one at sweeper as well. Hit with too much power

4

Williams to Munro, FOUR, one more. Carved away. Length ball outside off with oodles of width, Munro goes up and over backward point. No-one apart from the five in the ring on the off-side, so an easy boundary

4

Williams to Munro, FOUR, slower delivery and Munro picks it up. Waits for it and then lofts it wide of mid-off. Another boundary and is six off six on?

W

Williams to Munro, out Caught by Rovman Powell!! End of Munro. What a knock. Whatever was spoken there in that chat before this ball, has worked. Length ball on the stumps, lifted straight to the fielder at long-on. This time Powell makes no mistake. West Indies needed that badly. Munro c Rovman Powell b Williams 66(23) [4s-11 6s-3]

6

Williams to Glenn Phillips, SIX, end of a horrific over. Finishes the over with a slower delivery that turns out to be a low full-toss, swiped clean and well back into the grass banks at deep mid-wicket. What a start for Glenn Phillips

W

to Glenn Phillips, out Lbw!! So plumb that Glenn Phillips walked after getting hit on the pad. Made the ump's job easier. Done in by the wrong'un? No the natural variation on the attempted slider. Didn't pick it and was struck on the back pad. In front of all three. Skidded on after pitching and rushed through. Phillips gave it away a bit too early by starting to walk. Glenn Phillips lbw b 10(5) [6s-1]

W

to Tom Bruce, out Caught by Brathwaite!! Have we already seen the best catch of the year? On the opening day of 2018? My word. That's some catch. The big man - Carlossssss - remember the name? Flew to his right, with that huge frame of his and plucked out a one-handed stunner at mid-wicket. Was swiped hard and the ball was travelling, but the skipper used his reach and athletic ability to catch a ball that was going away from him. Was horizontal when he leapt - you beauty and then he flings the ball away to roar in triumph. Outstanding! Tom Bruce c Brathwaite b 3(7)

4

to Williamson, FOUR, the deep mid didn't pick it at all. Was pulled hard after dragged it down, wide of mid-wicket and once the ball beat Carlos, it just skipped away. The fielder was late to react and couldn't get there in time