New Zealand retained their hopes of reaching the semi-finals of the ICC T20 World Cup by defeating Bangladesh by 17 runs in a low-score match on Saturday, after going via some odd moments. . New zealand
(New Zealand) will face Australia within the last match of Group A, which has grow to be a quarter-final in a means. Hindustan has already reached the semi-finals from this group, whereas each New Zealand and Australia have 4 factors every. Sri Lanka and Bangladesh are out of the semi-final race.
New Zealand acquired solely 91 runs in 18.2 overs
The New Zealand crew, dropping by an in depth margin to India, gained the toss and determined to bat first. <! –
At one time his rating was 66 for 2, however his total crew was diminished to 91 runs in 18.2 overs. For Bangladesh, Ritu Moni took 4 wickets for 18 runs.
Bangladesh had their first win within the T20 World Cup after 2014, however the poor batting and the wicket between the wickets price them dearly and their total crew collapsed for 74 runs in 19.5 overs. For New Zealand, the league took three wickets by Kasparek and Helly Jenson. Nigar Sultana scored the best 21 from Bangladesh. Apart from them, solely Murshida Khatoon (11) and Ritu Moni (ten) reached double digits.
Earlier, solely 4 batsmen from New Zealand had touched the double digits. Rachel Priest scored the best 25 whereas Suzy Bates scored 15, Captain Sophie Devine 12 and Maddy Green 11. In addition to the season for Bangladesh, Salma Khatoon took three and Rumana Ahmed took two wickets.
India made the semi-finals by defeating New Zealand
Young opener Shefali Verma's fiery innings and disciplined efficiency by the bowlers helped India to a spot within the semi-finals after beating New Zealand by 4 runs in an exhilarating match to finish a hat-trick of victory within the ICC Women's T20 World Cup on Thursday. Sixteen-year-old Shefali made 46 off 34 balls with the assistance of 4 fours and three sixes, however regardless of this, the Indian crew was capable of attain 133 for eight after being invited to bat first. The Indian bowlers, nonetheless, once more defended a comparatively low rating and held New Zealand to 129 for six regardless of the ultimate moments of Emilia Kerr (34 not out off 19 balls).