Ahead of the begin of New Zealand and Bangladesh’s ODI series, we appearance lower back at their meetings on the ICC Men’s Cricket World Cup. They’ve met on four occasions on account that Bangladesh’s debut appearance on the World Cup in 1999, with the Black, Caps keeping a one hundred% record in opposition to the Tigers. We wind the clocks lower back and look at every in their World Cup clashes.
New Zealand has been Bangladesh’s first-ever combatants on the Cricket World Cup, as the sides met in Chelmsford at some stage in the 1999 World Cup. It becomes far from a dream start to World Cup cricket for Bangladesh, with New Zealand’s assault proving too sturdy for the Tigers, bowling them out for just 116. Geoff Allott, Chris Cairns, and Gavin Larsen all took three wickets as Bangladesh have been skittled in 37.Four overs. It took New Zealand directly 33 overs to finish the chase, prevailing the sport with six wickets to spare.
The aspects’ next meeting came on the 2003 World Cup in South Africa, with New Zealand yet again claiming an at ease victory. Despite a half-century from Mohammad Ashraful and forty-one* from Mohammad Rafique, Bangladesh was confined to 198/7 from their 50 overs. New Zealand misplaced just three wickets chasing the goal, with opener Craig McMillan pinnacle-scoring with seventy-five as they eased to victory. 2 April 2007, Antigua New Zealand received by nine wickets
New Zealand skipper Stephen Fleming led his side to a massive win over Bangladesh at the 2007 World Cup with a tremendous unbeaten century.
Bangladesh batted first in Antigua and had been bowled out for 174 – Scott Styris finishing with 4/forty three.
In responding, Fleming led from the front, hitting ten fours and three sixes on his manner to an unbeaten century, as New Zealand knocked off the target in 29.2 overs.
13 March 2015, Hamilton
New Zealand received by three wickets
New Zealand and Bangladesh’s tightest World Cup conflict came at their most recent assembly in 2015. Mahmudullah stole the headlines for the Tigers, hitting the best rating by a Bangladesh player in World Cup history: 128. His century helped Bangladesh reach a greater than first-rate 288/7. Despite a century from Martin Guptill, New Zealand’s chase became far from truthful. Bangladesh captain Shakib Al Hasan took four/55 to help his facet’s motive, but Daniel Vettori and Tim Southee helped the Black Caps over the road with just seven balls and three wickets to spare.