Bangladesh vs New Zealand highlights: Despite Ross Taylor playing a fine inning of 82 runs, New Zealand had to work hard for their two-wicket win against Bangladesh in their second fixture at The Oval on Wednesday. Chasing a moderate target of 245, the Kiwis got off to a decent start as the opening pair of Martin Guptill and Colin Munro added 35 runs for the first wicket. However, a 110-run stand in the middle overs between skipper Kane Williamson and Taylor set the platform for the Kiwi chase, before the side started losing wickets in quick intervals. Despite a late collapse, New Zealand managed to complete the chase with 17 balls to spare.
Earlier in the day, Shakib Al Hasan scored a half-century to help Bangladesh post 244 in the board. Matt Henry was the standout among the Kiwi as he picked 4 wickets while giving away 47 runs in the 9.2 overs he bowled.