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A total of 93 Black Caps is not enough as Bangladesh won the Twenty20 series.

Bangladesh celebrated their opening wicket against the Black Caps in the fourth T20.

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Bangladesh celebrated their opening wicket against the Black Caps in the fourth T20.

The Black Caps will play in the fifth T20 International just for pride after losing to Bangladesh by six wickets in the fourth match on Wednesday.

Ejaz Patel made an early double strike as he tried to defend his total score of 93 at the Sher-e-Bangla National Stadium in Dhaka, removing Shakib Al Hasan for 8 and Mushfiqur Rahim for Golden Dick, but the hosts eventually had five balls to spare. gone.

Fellow left-arm spinner Rachin Ravindra was frivolous with just eight runs in his four overs, but Cole McConchi struggled to find the right length on the pitch with a lot of twists and uneven bounces.

The off-spinner took the wicket of opener Lytton Das early in the 6th over, but in the 12th over Bangladesh came back with a balance of 48-3 and in the game and 12 runs – which is more than the required eighth of the total – 34 in the way. Admittedly – more than two-thirds of it – from its 3.1 overs.

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Mohammad Naeem was anchoring the innings, but sniffed the Black Caps when he was run out for 29 in 35 overs and returned for the second run in the 15th over.

Bangladesh needed 25 for 30 at the end of the over and Patel missed a great opportunity to take the third wicket and put his side on the box set when he beat a forward Mahmudullah, only the ball Tom When stumping was to be done to hit and bounce the lithium glove hard.

The Bangladesh captain scored 47 not out in 49 overs and his team won their third consecutive victory in whiteball cricket against New Zealand and their first win in the shortest format of the game.

Latham decided to bat after winning the toss, as he did in his third match on Sunday, but his team was bowled out for 93 in the last over of the innings.

Will Young led, scoring 46 – half of his team – 48 balls.

Latham scored 21 of 26 and shared a 35-run partnership with Young for the third wicket, but when he stumped, it was the first of eight wickets lost by the Black Caps and 51-23 at 93. Is out

Tom Latham and Will Young's 35-run partnership was the only key stand in the Black Caps' innings.

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Tom Latham and Will Young’s 35-run partnership was the only key stand in the Black Caps’ innings.

Finn Allen deviated from the mark with a reverse hit at six after losing to opening partner Rachin Ravindra in the first over, but was soon dismissed for 12 off eight balls while playing a shot for the third time.

No one else made room in the double digits as the Black Caps put their hosts under real pressure with 10 to 20 runs less.

Left-arm spinner Naseem Ahmed took 4-10 in his four overs while left-arm fast bowler Mustafa-ur-Rehman took 4-12 including brilliant catches and bowling and Young and Blair Tucker’s wickets ended New Zealand’s innings in consecutive deliveries.

Tom Blandell pressed the quad while batting and was replaced by Doug Bracewell, who threw deep to remove Muhammad Naeem.

The two teams will face each other for the fifth time on Friday night at the same venue. [first ball 10pm NZ time] Before the Black Caps go to Pakistan for the ODI series.

Black Caps v Bangladesh – 4th T20

Black Caps scored 93 runs in 19.3 overs (Will Young 46 in 48 Nas Nasum Ahmed 4-10, Mustafa-ur-Rehman 4-12) 96-4 defeat to Bangladesh (Mahmudullah 48 out of 43) For six wickets in 19.1 overs

Bangladesh won the five-match series as they are 3-1 up with one match to play.

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