New Zealand gave themselves an ideal lift in front of the World Cup by whitewashing Bangladesh in the three-match series 2-0, with a seven wickets win in the last one-day global in Dhaka on Tuesday. Will Youthful and Adam Milne featured with bat and ball separately, with Youthful hitting 70 off 80 balls to direct New Zealand to 175-3. Milne’s 4-34 limited the hosts to 171 in 34.3 overs at Dhaka’s Sher-e-Bangla Public Arena. Substitute captain Najmul Hossain Shanto scored most elevated with 76 runs for Bangladesh, however couldn’t give the hosts a serious score with an absence of help from the opposite end after he picked to bat first.
New Zealand downplayed their objective notwithstanding losing Finn Allen (28) and Dignitary Foxcroft (0) to Shoriful Islam in continuous balls, as Youthful put on 81 runs with in-structure Henry Nicholls for the third wicket.
When left-arm spinner Nasum Ahmed bowled Youthful, New Zealand were well in charge.
Nicholls, who made 44 and 49 runs in the past two matches, proceeded to finish 50 this time, with a solitary off Mahmudullah Riyad.
Tom Blundell (23 not out) hit a limit to bring New Zealand back home, with 91 balls in excess.
Cole McConchie and Trent Boult prior supplemented Milne, who was playing his most memorable match of the series, asserting 2-18 and 2-33 separately to deny Bangladesh any serious force in the challenge.
The Kiwis, who lost the past two series in Bangladesh 4-0 out of 2010 and 3-0 of every 2013, dominated the second match by 86 sudden spikes in demand for Saturday. The main match was cleaned out by downpour.
“The World Cup is not far off – – to think of the principal win starting around 2008 is perfect,” said Youthful, the man of the match, in a preparation subsequently.
“This gather plays a ton, we gel well and it’s loads of tomfoolery,” he added.
Youthful expressed that while he was unable to anticipate what conditions the Kiwis would look in India when the World Cup opens on October 5, he trusted “it’s like these”.
Bangladesh at first refreshed central members at the same time, with the series in question, they brought back stalwarts Najmul, Mushfiqur Rahim and Shoriful Islam. Be that as it may, it did practically nothing to work on their exhibition.
Najmul, driving Bangladesh interestingly, held down one finish to score his fifth ODI fifty however wickets continued to fall consistently from the opposite end.
“Our batsmen didn’t score enormous runs,” Najmul said. “Ideally, next time players assume liability and bat long.”
Milne and Boult struck right on time to diminish Bangladesh to 35-3, preceding Najmul and Mushfiqur offered a concise opposition with a 53-run fourth wicket stand.
Mushfiqur’s excusal to Lockie Ferguson for 18 set New Zealand back on top and the guests didn’t lose the energy once more.
McConchie finished any genuine opportunity of Bangladesh dwelling a battling score by excusing Najmul with his second bundle of the day, with the left-hander hitting 10 fours in his 84-ball innings.