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  • Taylor, Boult shine as NZ square South Africa series

    Trent Boult took the prized wicket of AB de Villiers then bowled Dwaine Pretorious in the penultimate over as New Zealand secured a series-levelling six-run victory in the second one-day international against South Africa on Wednesday.

  • Bangladesh sweeps were not cakewalks

    New Zealand's nine-wicket victory over Bangladesh in the second Test at Hagley Oval on Monday appeared to be an easy victory on paper though captain Kane Williamson felt it was far from that.

  • NZ trail BD by 29 runs after day 2

    New Zealand were 260 for 7 trailing Bangladesh by 29 runs in their first innings when play was abandoned for the day due to rain at Hagley Oval, Christchurch today.

  • Shakib’s triple strike makes it even

    Shakib Al Hasan got three wickets off nine deliveries deep into the final session on the second day as Bangladesh came back strongly in the second Test against New Zealand at the Hagley Oval today.

  • Bangladesh 289 all out

    Bangladesh score 289 before being bowled out in what was the final over of the opening day of the second Test at the Hagley Oval.

  • NZ restrict BD to 289 after day 1

    New Zealand captain Kane Williamson wins the toss and asks Bangladesh to bat in the second Test of the two-match series on a green pitch in Christchurch.

  • NZ warn no let-up in bouncer barrage

    Bangladesh have been warned to expect a fresh barrage of short-pitched deliveries when the second Test against New Zealand starts in Christchurch on Friday.

  • Shakib duck changed NZ Test

    Black Caps boss Mike Hesson has pinpointed the dismissal of Bangladeshi talisman Shakib Al Hasan as the turning point in his side's Test win.

  • NZ, BD defend bouncers despite danger

    New Zealand and Bangladesh Monday defended the short ball as a legitimate weapon following the bouncer-laden first Test which saw Mushfiqur Rahim rushed to hospital after being hit on the head.

  • Unchanged squad for 2nd NZ Test

    Bangladesh selectors have kept their faith in the 15-man squad for the first Test as they announced the unchanged squad for the second Test today.

  • Watch Live: BD v NZ 1st Test, day 4

    Bangladesh lead by 122 runs with seven wickets in hand going into the final day of the first Test against New Zealand at Basin Reserve, Wellington today.

  • Watch Live: BD v NZ 1st Test, Day 3

    When umpires called stumps on day 3, New Zealand reached 292 for 3 in 77 overs after Bangladesh declared their first innings at 595 for 8 at Basin Reserve, Wellington today.

  • NZ rue inconsistency

    It will not be an overstatement to state that New Zealand probably expected to skittle the Bangladeshis out quickly after electing to field on a green top in the first Test.

  • Tigers fold for lowest T20I total

    New Zealand hand Bangladesh a 75-run thrashing and dismiss them for their lowest T20I total in the Super Ten match of ICC WT20 2016 at Kolkata, India.

  • New Zealand scrape past Bangladesh

    New Zealand narrowly manages to get past Bangladesh at Hamilton in a nail biting game marked by a back-to-back ton by Mahmudullah, the first Bangladeshi to hit century in World Cup